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C.-PERIOD III., A.D. 14–180.

No.

PACE

81. The Fruits of Civil War,

Lucan 573

82. Sulla's Vengeance on the Body of Marius, Lucan 573

83. Speech of Petreius to his Men,

Lucan 574

84. Afranius surrenders to Caesar,

Lucan 575

85. Caesar in a Small Boat encounters a terrible Storm, Lucan 575

86. Incantation of a Sorceress, .

Lucan 576

87. Pompey reluctantly consents to the Battle of

Pharsalia,

Lucan 577

88. Cornelia bewails her Husband's Murder, :

Lucan

577

89. Cato bids his Men fight for their Country, not for

their Party,

Lucan 578

90. Ode to Bacchus,

Sen.

579

91. The Ghost of Agrippina appears at the Nuptials of

Nero and Poppaca, and prophesies Nero's

Death,

Sen.

580

92. A Lament for Hector,

Sen.

581

93. A Curse,

Sen.

581

94. The Punishment of Bloodshed after Death, Val. F. 582

95. Absyrtus urges his Men to recover Medea, Val. Fl.. 583

96. Juno opens Hannibal's eyes that he may see the

Gods ranged against him,

Sil.

584

97. Eteocles rejects the Embassy of Polynices, Stat.

584

98. A Passionate Outpouring of Grief,

Stat.

585

99. Bacchus intercedes for Thebes,

Stat.

585

100. Statius commends his Poem to the Approbation of

Posterity,

Stat. 586

101. Piety and the Fury,

Stat.

587

102. Quintilian's Affection for his Wife and Child, Quint. 588

103. Quintilian bewails the early Death of his Son, Quint. 589

104. The Power of Pathos,

Quint. 589

105. Reply of Tiberius to Sejanus, who had asked the

Emperor to allow his Marriage with Livia, Tac. 590

106. Boadicea excites her Countrymen against the

Romans,

Tac.

591

101. Seneca, anticipating Nero's Displeasure, implores

to be allowed to retire into a private station, . Tac. 591

108. Nero's Insidious Reply,

Tac. 592

109. Otho's Address to his Army after the Battle of

Bedriacum,

Tac. 593

110. Calgacus, a British Patriot, stirs up his Country-

men to throw off the Roman Yoke,

Tac.

593

111. Reflections on the Death of Agricola,

Tac.

594

112. The Example of Agricola's Virtue,

Tac. 594

113. A Love Poem,

Poet. Anon. 595

114. Love goes through all Creation,

Pervig. V'en. 596

115. A Letter to the Emperor Antoninus Pius,

Front. 596

116. The Affection between Fronto and his Royal

Pupil,

Front. 597

117. A Letter from young M. Aurelius to his Preceptor

Fronto, .

M. Aur.. 598

118. Another Letter from young M. Aurelius to Fronto, M. Aur. 599

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FIRST DIVISION.

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