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224, 226.

cundus (Epistolae), 176, 1776 Schöll, R., 182, 187, 263.

Schöne, 177. Plutarch, 200, 203, 325, 284, 285, Schröder (Phoen. Sprache), 340, 291, 294, 300, 306.

255, 276. Polybius, 211, 274.

P. Scipio Aemilianus, 177. Pompeius, Cn., 18, 205.

P. Scipio Africanus, 176, 100, Pompeius, Q., 242.

234, 241. Pompeius, Trogus (hist. under P. Scipio Nasica, 260, 263. Augustus), 8.

Secessions, the, 309. Pomponius Mela (geogr. ist cen- Selling, C., 303.

tury), 33, 39, 188, 249, 250, 256, Sempronian laws, 25, 304, 312, 289.

260, 263, 287. Pomptinus, C., 218.

Tib. Sempronius Gracchus, 271. P. Popillius Laenas, 204, 260, 262. Tib. et C. See Gracchi. Porcian laws, 25, 334.

Seneca, 172, 174, 186, 198, 351, Postgate, J. P., 279.

290, 294. Postumius, Sp., 368.

Sentinum, battle of, 307. Praeneste, 21.

Septimius (transl. of Dictys belli Priscian(gramm., 5th century),186, Troj. ann. 4th century), 311. 193, 196, 277, 279, 29a.

Sergii, 178. Probus, M. Valerius (gramm. ist Sertorius, 195.

century), 178, 189 (perhaps an- Servius Honoratus (gramm. and other of 4th century).

comm. 4th century), 3, 178, 181, Procopius (hist. 6th century),

226, 252. 35. 252.

Sestius, P., 205. Psylli, 290.

Sextia Licinia lex, 308. Punic language, the, 35.

Shaw, Dr., 340.

Sibylline books, 319.
Quadrigarius. See Claudius. Sicca, 280.
Quintilian (Institutiones Oratoriae, Sidon, 34, 35, 254, 289.

ist century), 8, 11, 13, 15, 171, Silanus, D. Junius, 19.
176, 185, 196, 310, 345, 365, Silius Italicus, 275, 298.
293.

Simcox, G. (Hist. of Latin LiteraQuirinal, Mount, 3.

ture), 172.

Sisenna, L. Cornelius (hist. 118Rabirius, C., 304, 305.

66 B. C.), 6, 13, 177, 317, Reate, 201.

299. Rennel, Major, 291.

Sittius, P., 8, 198, 256.
Rhodes, 209, 233.

Social War, the, 338, 304.
Ritschl, Fr., 199, 214, 229, 232. Sophronisba, 239.
Rufus, P. Rutilius, 6, 277.

Spartacus, 191.
Rullus, P. Servilius, 312.

Steup, 177, 313, 336.

Stoics, the, 237. Sacer, Mons, 182.

Strabo, (geog. ist century), 249, Sahara, the, 31, 38, 40.

255, 256, 259, 288, 290. Saturninus, L., 43, 177, 372.

Suetonius, 16, 17, 193. 194, 183, Scaevola, Mucius, 303.

294. Scaurus, M. Aemilius, 6, 193, 347, Sulla, P. Cornelius (dictator), 1, 258.

28, 178, 190, 192, 133.

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Sulla, P. Comelius (consul elect Vaga (now Bedja), 261, 375.
66 B.C.), 16, 26.

Valerian laws, 25, 204, 334.
Sulla, P. Cornelius (accomplice of Valerius. See Flaccus.
Catiline), 190.

Valerius Maximus (fact. et dict. Sulpicius Severus (hist. 4th cen- memor. Ist century), 186, 114. tury), 178, 253.

Vargunteius, L., 190, 203.
Sura, P. Lentulus, 190, 200. Varro, M., 2, 183, 185, 209, 212,
Suthul, 266.

225, 236, 249, 276, 277.
Syphax, 37, 41, 239.

Vegetius (epit. rei militaris,. 4th Syrtes, 28, 34, 389.

century), 234. 301.

Velleius Paterculus (hist. Ist onTacitus, 10, 171, 177, 179, 186, tury), 183, 184, 187, 195, 209, 182, and passim.

313, 377.
Tanais, 297.

Vercellae, 37.
Tangier, 33, 35.

Vespasian, 3.
Tell, the, 31.

Volaterrae, 202.
Terence, 195, 199.

Volturcius, T., 219.
Terentia, 4, 188.

Vopiscus, Fl. (hist. 4th century),
Terentia Cassia les, 313.

182.
Teutones, 306.
Thala, 288.

Wagner, W., 196, 199, 232, 283.
Thapsus, 234
Thera, 254.

Wesenberg, A., 199.
Thomas, 305.

Willems, P. (Le Sénat de la Rép.

Romaine), 180, 207,
Thucydides, 5, 8, 13, 14, 15, 179,

Wirz, H., 202, 229, 368.
. 180, 182, 183, 270, 373, 373,
281, 287, 296, 299.

Wölfflin, E., 12, 198, 267300.
Thugga, 38
Torquatus, L Manlius, 16, 17.

Xenophon, 5. 325.
Touaregs, the, 38 40.
Tripoli, 33.

Zagonan, 38.
, L., 37

Zama, 28o.
Trogus. See Pompeius.

Zeugitana, 36, 37, 248, 251.
Tullianum, 320, 331.

Ziguenses, 38.
Tunis, 33. 37.

Zouaves, 38.
T. Turpilius Silanus, 386.

Zumpt, A. W. (das Criminalrecht
Tyre, 35, 354

der, Röm. Rep.), 334, 329,

269. Utica, 35, 359.

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