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INDEX OF PERSONS, PLACES, AND LAWS

Referred to in the Introduction and Notes.

Autronius. See Paetus. Aventine, Mount, 182, 248, 263. Avienus, Festus (4th century), 7.

Acilian Laws, 263, 269.
Adherbal, 240.
L. Aemilius Paulus, 20, 216, 273.
Afri, 248.
Allobroges, 21, 215, 232, 264.
Amiternum, I.
Ampsaga, 307:
Ancyranum Monumentum (auto-

biographical inscription of Au

gustus), 184, 196, 270. Antias, Q. Valerius (annalist, 100

80 B.C.), 6. Antipater, L. Caelius (historian in

the age of the Gracchi), 12, 171. C. Antonius Hybrida, 198, 201. M. Antonius, 198, 237. M. Antonius Creticus, 205. Appian (of Alexandria, historian,

2nd century), 212, 223, 274. Apuleius, L. (of Madaura, and

century), 228. Aquae Sextiae, 27. Aristotle, 184. Arpinum, 207, 282. Arretium, 202. Asconius, Q. Pedianus (commen

tator on Cicero, ist century), 2,

3, 17, 188, 190, 193, 198. Asculum, Siege os, 281. Asinius Pollio, 15. Ateius Philologus, 5. Atlas, Mount, 31, 37, 250. Augustine, St., 179. Aurelian, 3. Aurelius, Victor (historian, 4th

century), 178, 196. Aures, Mount, 37.

Bagradas (now Medjerda), 32, 33,

2:9, 285. Barth, H. (Travels), 291. Beechey, F. W. (Expedition to

North Africa), 255. Beesly, Prof., 25 n. Bellona, Temple of, 260. Bentley, Dr. R., 227. Berbers, the, 31, 251. Bergk, Th., 270, 299. Bernays, 270. Bestia, L. Calpurnius, 260. Bestia, L. Calpurnius (the grand

son), 217. Binsfeld, J., 187. Blakesley, J. W. (Four Months in

Algeria), 257 Bocchus, 8, 29, 41, 255, 304, 307. Bogud, 41. Bonilcar, 266. Bruce, James (Travels), 241. Byzacium, 36, 248, 251, 254.

Caelius, M., 26, 188.
Caesar, J., 17, 18, 23, 41, and

passim.
Calama, 267.
Calpurnia, Lex de ambitu, 16.
Cambe, 34, 35.
Camerinum, 201.
Capsa, 9, 288, 296.
Capua, 204, 205.

Dama, 295.
Damasippus, 225.
Demosthenes, 5, 227, 263, 293.
Dietsch, R., 172, 177, 179, 187,

193, 196, 197, 207 Diomedes (grammarian, 4th cen

tury), 234, 235. Dionysius of Halicarnassus (histo

rian, early in ist century), 228. Döderlein, L., 226. Donatus Aelius (grammarian, 4th

century), 246, 277. Dräger, A. (Hist. Synt.), 188, 189,

218, 220, 229, 238, 283, 289,

290, 295. Drumann, W. (Geschichte Roms),

215..

Carthage, 28, 35, 40, 245, 254,

290. Cassius, Dion (historian, 2nd cen

tury), 3, 16, 194. Cassius, Longinus, 198, 264. Cassius, Sp., 214, 264. Castulonensis saltus, 193. Catabathmus, 254. Cato, M. (the Censor), il, 173,

175, 182, 227, 241, 262, 293. Cato, M. (the Stoic), 24, 194, 227,

283. Catulus, Q. Lutatius, 210, 219,

221, 259. Caudine Forks, the, 268. Censors, the, 199. Cercina, 3. Cethegus, C., 190, 202, 220, Charisius (grammarian, 4th cen

tury), 234. Cheliff, R., 32. Cicero, M., 17, 19, 20, 172, and

passim. Cimbri, 42, 261, 306. Cincius Alimentus (historian,

praetor 210 B.C), 182. Cinna, L. Cornelius, 219. Cirta (now Constantine), 7, 34,

198, 239, 256, 291. Claudius Quadrigarius (annalist,

100-80 B.C.), 172. Clodius, P., 2. Coloniae, 190. Columna rostrata, 171, 278. Constans, L. (de Sermone Sallust

iano), 185, 230, 279, 304, 305. Cornelia Gens, 300. Cornelia Lex, 202. Cornelius, C., 221. Cornelius Nepos, 228. Corssen, W.(Aussprache u. Vokal

ismus der latein. Sprache), 171, 174, 180, 181, 182, 183, 187,

188, and passim. Cotta, L. Aurelius, 16. Crassus, M. Licinius, 17, 20, 191,

203, 214, 221. Curius, Q., 211. Cyrene, 290.

Emporia, 35.
Ennius, Q., 181, 246.
Etruria, 20, 202, 203.
Fabia, 188.
Q. Fabius Allobrogicus, 215.
Q. Fabius Maximus, 183, 237.
Q. Fabius Pictor (historian, born

circa 253 B.C.), 182.
Fabri, E., 186, 187, 188, 197, 216.
Faesulae, 20, 217.
Farine Ch. (Les Kabyles), 256.
Feriana, 297
Festus, Sex. Pompeius (gramma-

rian, probably of 2nd century, excerpts from Verrius Flaccus), 188, 190, 211, 231, 233, 261,

270, 274. Flaccus, L. Valerius (author of

Law in 86 B.C.', 19, 209. Flaccus, L. Valerius (defended by

Cicero 59 B.C.), 218. Flaminia Gens, 210, Flaminia, Lex minus solvendi, 208. Florus (hist. epitom. 2nd century),

180. Fonteius, M., 216. Fregellae, 248. Freudenberg, 297. Friedländer, L. (Sittengeschichte

Roms), 224.

Frontinus, Sex. Julius (writer on

strategy, ist century), 299. Fronto, M. Cornelius (rhetor. 2nd

century), 172, 185.

Ihne, W. (History of Rome), 231,

262, 264. Isidorus (7th century), 252. Isocrates, 249. Jebusites, the, 34. Jordan, H., 180, 196, 202. Joshua, 34, Juba, 41, 198, 250. Jugurtha, 28, and passim. D. Junius Brutus, 200. D. Junius Silanus, 201, 210, 222, Juvenal, 171, 272, 282, 285, 294.

Gabinian bill, 214.
Gabinius, M., 188, 205.
Gaetuli, 36, 251.
Gaius (author of Institutes, and

century), 263
Galba, C., 269.
Gauda, 41.
Gellius, A. (antiquarian critic, and

century), 4, 14, 175, 184, 186,

190, 202, 209, 217, 222, 240. Gellius, L, 193. Genucia Lex, 208. Gergashites, the, 34. Gergis, 219, Gertz, 303. Gesenius, 254, 288, 297. Gracchi, the, 10, 27, 31, 177, 190,

204, 271. Graecostasis, 215. Gründel, Fr. (Quaestiones Sallust

ianae), 172, 181. Gulussa, 240.

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Hadrian, 12.
Hadrumetum (now Sûsa), 254.
Haupt, M., 211.
Hercules, 36, 251, 296.
Herodotus, 33, 37, 40, 173, 181,

Lentulus. See Sura.
Leo Africanus (Geog. History of

Africa, tr. by Pory), 250.
Leptis, magna (Lebda), minor

(Lemta), 34, 245, 254, 255, 289. Lewis, Sir G. C., 182. Libyes, 251, Liby-Phoenicians, 35, 38, 284,

297, 303. Licinian laws, 266, 271. Ligures, 298. Livy, 11, 16, 172, 185, and passim. Lucan, 240, 252, 290. Lucretius, 298. Lucullus, L., 293, Luscius, L., 212.

Macaulay, Lord, 172.
Macer, C. Licinius (annalist, trib.

199, 248, 254, 290.
Hesse-Wartegg, Chev.de, (Tunis),

33, 259, 296, 297.
Heyne, C., 226..
Hiempsal, 28, 36, 250.
Hieronymus (St. Jerome), 187.
Hilarus, 201.
Hippo Diarrhytus (now Bizerta),

34, 254
Hippo Regius (now Bona), 245,

254. Homer, 184.

pl. 73 B.C.) 6. Macrobius, A. A. (5th century), 3,

4, 202, Madvig, J. N., 188, 272, 276, 279,

292, 301.

Ibn Khaldoun (Histoire des Ber

bères), 249.

Murena, C. Licinius, 217.
Murena, L., 19, 201, 210.
Muthul, 276.
Nägelsbach, C. F. (Lateinische

Stilistik), 197, 305.
Narbonensis, prov., 217.
Nepos. See Cornelius.
Nero, Tiberius, 223.
Nerva, 3.
Nipperdey, C., 183, 303, 211, 212,

300, 301. Numantia, 241, 268, 282, Numidians, the, 37, 353.

Oases, the, 37
Opimius, L., 204, 248, 262.
Oran, 32.
Orcini, 237
Orosius (hist. epitom. 5th century),

3, 6, 188, 254, 266, 282, 302.

Mago, 38.
Maltzan (Reise in Tunis u. Tripoli),

Paeligni, 304.
Paetus, P. Autronius, 16, 191.
Papiria Lex, 208.
Parker, J. H. (Archaeology of

252, 276, 296.
Mamertinus Carcer, 231.
Mancinus, C. Hostilius, 268.
Manilian bill, the, 191, 205.
A. Manlius Torquatus, 228.
T. Manlius Torquatus, 214,
M. Manlius Capitolinus, 262.
C. Manlius, 20, 21, 200.
Marcellus, M., 186.
Q. Marcius Rex, 204.
Marius, C., 8, 11, 28, 31, 42, 190,

275.
Marius Gratidianus, 18, 178.
Marocco, 37.
Marquardt, Joachim (Römische

Staatsverwaltung), 302.
Maschouasch, 37, 38.
Masinissa, 28, 40, 41, 239, 243,

246, 250, 254.
Massaesyli, 28, 37.
Massilia, 209.
Massyli, 28, 37, 40, 239.
Mastanabal,

240.
Mauretania, 255.
Mauri, 37, 253.
Maxyes, 37, 38.
Medes, 36, 253.
Medjerda. See Bagradas.
Medrassen, 243.
Melcarth, 35, 251, 255.
Memmius, C., 247, 260.
M. Metellus, 20, 23.
Q. Metellus Numidicus, 9, 29, 30,

205, 272, 275, 295.
Q. Metellus Celer, 205.
Micipsa, 28, 39, 240, 241, 259.
Milo, 2, 200.
Mithridates, 178; wars with, 209,

293
Moghreb, 31.
Mommsen, Th., 266, 272, 281.
Movers, D. F. (Die Phoenizier),

36, 251, 253, 259.
Mulucha, 10, 28, 37, 255, 298.
Mulvius Pons, 218.
Mummius, L., 185.
Municipia, 190.

Rome), 231.
Parthians, the, 244.
Paulus. See Aemilius.
Pellissier (Exploration de l'Al-

gérie), 288.
Persae, 36, 252.
Perseus, 182, 282, 291.
Petreius, M., 234.
Pharusii, 252.
Philaenon arae, 255, 290.
Philologus. See Ateius.
Phoenicians, the, 34, 251.
Piso, Cn., 17, 194, 198.
Plato, 5, 236.
Plautia lex de vi, 206.
M. Plautius Silvanus, 206.
Plautus, 171, 178, 185, 197, 223,

232.
Playfair, Col. (Travels in the steps

of Bruce), 244, 250, 276. Pliny, C. Plinius Secundus (Hist.

Natur.), 32, 226, 233, 249, 250. Pliny, C. Plinius Caecilius Secomm. 4th century), 3, 178, 181,

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cundus (Epistolae), 176, 177,

182, 187, 263. Plutarch, 200, 203, 225, 284, 285,

291, 294, 300, 306. Polybius, 211, 274. Pompeius, Cn., 18, 205. Pompeius, Q., 242. Pompeius, Trogus (hist. under

Augustus), 8. Pomponius Mela (geogr. ist cen

tury), 33, 39, 188, 249, 250, 256,

289. Pomptinus, C., 218. P. Popillius Laenas, 204, 260, 262. Porcian laws, 25, 224. Postgate, J. P., 279. Postumius, Sp., 268. Praeneste, 21. Priscian(gramm., 5th century),186,

193, 196, 277, 279, 292. Probus, M. Valerius (gramm. ist

century), 178, 189 (perhaps an

other of 4th century). Procopius (hist. 6th century),

35, 252. Psylli, 290. Punic language, the, 35. Quadrigarius. See Claudius. Quintilian (Institutiones Oratoriae,

ist century), 8, 11, 13, 15, 171, 176, 185, 196, 210, 245, 265,

293: Quirinal, Mount, 3.

Schöll, R., 224, 226.
Schöne, 177.
Schröder (Phoen. Sprache), 240,

255, 276. P. Scipio Aemilianus, 177. P. Scipio Africanus, 176, 200,

234, 241. P. Scipio Nasica, 260, 262. Secessions, the, 209. Selling, C., 303. Sempronian laws, 25, 204, 212,

260, 263, 287. Tib. Sempronius Gracchus, 271. Tib, et C. See Gracchi. Seneca, 172, 174, 186, 198, 251,

290, 294. Sentinum, battle of, 307. Septimius (transl. of Dictys belli

Troj. ann. 4th century), 221. Sergii, 178. Sertorius, 19.5. Servius Honoratus (gramm. and

226, 252. Sestius, P., 205. Sextia Licinia lex, 208. Shaw, Dr., 240. Sibylline books, 219. Sicca, 280. Sidon, 34, 35, 254, 289. Silanus, D. Junius, 19. Silius Italicus, 275, 298. Simcox, G. (Hist. of Latin Litera

ture), 172. Sisenna, L. Cornelius (hist. 118

66 B. C.), 6, 12, 177, 217,

299. Sittius, P., 8, 198, 256. Social War, the, 238, 304. Sophronisba, 239. Spartacus, 191. Steup, 177, 212, 236. Stoics, the, 227. Strabo, (geog. 1st century), 249,

255, 256, 259, 288, 290. Suetonius, 16, 17, 193, 194, 283,

294. Sulla, P. Cornelius (dictator), I,

28, 178, 190, 192, 222.

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