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P. CORNELIVS TACITVS.

Dialogus

Ch. 5-10, Aper's Defence of Oratory.

Ch. 11-13, Maternus's Defence of Poetry

Ch. 27-30, Messalla on the Decline of Oratory.
Agricola-

Ch. 29-34, Speeches of Calgacus and Agricola.
Ch. 40-46, Agricola's Return to Rome-His Death
Historiae-

Bk. I., 1-3, Introduction.

Bk. I., 49, Character of Galba.

Bk. II., 46-49, The Death of Otho.

Bk. II, 74-77, Vespasian and Mucianus.

Bk. IV., 5-8, Helvidius Priscus and Marcellus.

Annales

Bk IV., 32 f., Tacitus on His Work

IV., 34 f., On Freedom of Speech

VI., 22 (28), Reflections on Fate

I., 1-4, Introduction .

I., 5-15, Death of Augustus and Succession of
Tiberius

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I., 16-30, Revolt of the Pannonian Legions
II., 69-73, 75, Death of Germanicus
Bk. III. 1-6, Funeral of Germanicus .

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Bk. XIII., 1-5, The Beginning of Nero's Reign
Bk. XIV., 3-11, Nero the Matricide

Bk. XV., 38-44, The Burning of Rome

Bk. II., 88, Arminius

Bk. III., 55, Social Conditions in Rome

Bk. XVI., 16, Tacitus on the Character of His Work

PLINY THE YOUNGER

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I., 6, IX., 10, To Tacitus. -Hunting and Litera

ture

I., 9, To Fundanus.-City and Country Life

I., 10, To Attius Clemens.-Euphrates the Philoso

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Bk. III., 5, To Baebius Macer.

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the Elder

The Writings of Pliny

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III., 7, To Caninius Rufus.-Death of Silius Ita-
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III., 16, To Metilius Nepos.—Arria's Heroism.
III., 21, To Cornelius Priscus.-Death of the Poet
Martial

V., 10 (11), To Suetonius Tranquillus.-Request
to Publish his Writings
VI., 15, To Romanus.-An Anecdote.

VI., 16, 20, To Tacitus.-Death of Pliny the Elder
at the Eruption of Vesuvius in 79 A.D.

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VII., 20, To Tacitus.-Their Intimacy.

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VII., 33, To Tacitus.-A Notable Act of Pliny
VIII, 23, To Maximus.-Pliny's Fame.

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Ep. XCVI., To Trajan.-Concerning the Treatment of the

Christians.

Ep. XCVII., Trajan's Answer

C. SVETONIVS TRANQVILLVS

Life of Terence .

Ch. 45-48, 53-61, 64-88, Life of Caesar: Character, Ac

complishments, Death

Ch. 20-26, 32-34, 36-43, 47–54, 56 f., Life of Nero

M. IVNIANVS IVSTINVS

Preface

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XXIV., 6, The Gauls under Brennus at Delphi
XXXI., 1-8, Antiochus and Hannibal

XXXII., 4, Death of Hannibal, Scipio, and Philo-
poemen in 183 B.C.

Bk. XXXVII., 1-4, Mithridates

Bk. XXXVIII., 3-7, The Speech of Mithridates against
the Romans
XLI., 1-6, The Parthians

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APULEIVS

Metam. IV., 28-35, V., 1–31, VI., 1–23, Amor et Psyche

MINVCIVS FELIX

Octavius

Ch. 1-4, Introduction

Ch. 5-8, Speech of Caecilius.-Defence of Paganism

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Ch. 8, 3-13, Speech of Caecilius.—Attack upon Chris-
tianity

Ch. 14-27, Speech of Octavius.—Attack upon Paganism
Ch. 28-30, 31-38, Speech of Octavius. Defence of
Christianity

Ch. 39, Epilogue.

AMMIANVS MARCELLINVS

Bk. XXXI., 16, 9, The Author on his Work

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Bk. XXII.. 15, 3–13. The Nile

Bk. XXII., 16, 7-24. Alexandria.

Bk. XXV., 3, 15-23, Death of Iulian, 363 a.d.

Bk. XXV., 4. Character of Iulian

Bk. XXX., 4, 5–5. 1, Degenerate Rome

Bk. XXXI., 2, 1-12, The Huns.

Bk. XXXI., 2, 17-25, The Halani.

Bk. XXXI., 14, 1-9, Death of Valens, 378 A.D.

XIV., 6. 2–26, The Degeneracy of Roman Society
XVI., 10, 5-17, The Beauty of Rome

XVI., 12, 1, Battle of Strasburg, 357 A.D.

BOETHIVS.

Bk. I., 1-3, Philosophy Appears to Boethius in Prison

Bk. I., 3, 4, Boethius Recognizes Her

Bk. I.. 4. The Defence of Boethius

Bk. I., 5, Reply of Philosophy

Bk. II., 1, Philosophy's Second Address
Bk. II., 2, The Address of Fortuna

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