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bos cretatus x 65-6 boys, dangers to their chastity x 295—7 Bracati viii 234 bracchia numquam direxit contra torrentem

iv 89 branding of slaves xiv 24 bratteola xiii 152 bread different for host and guest v 66475 brevis puteus iii 226. -e lumen candelae 286.

-ibus Gyaris i 73. focis xi 79 breviter dabit omnia Pacuvio xii 125 brigandage, see latro Brigantum castella xiv 196 Britain, Hadrian's wall xiv 196 Britannica ballaena x 14. cf. xiv 283 Britanno temone excidet Arviragus iv 126—7.

-os causidicos xv 111 Britones xv 124 Brutidius Niger x 83 Brutus the ancient viïi 182. treachery of his

sons 261-8. Brute, priscum tuum acumen

iv 103 Brutus M. Bruti avunculus xiv 43. Bruto

rum et Cassi natalibus v 37. Titinius Capi

to had their imagines Plin. ep. i 17 9 3 bubulci filius xi 151. -o iudice yii 116 buccae of persons iii 35. xi 34 buccula x 134 bucina surda vii 71. foedae famae xiv 152 building mania i 94. vii 173-188. xiv 86-95 bulbi epimenia Maurorum vii 120 bulla X 42. of gold v 164. of leather 165.

-a dignissime senior xiii 33 bullatus xiv 5. vol. ii p. 354 burials extramural i 171. In Israel num.

19 11-22. Haggai 2 13. cod. Theod. ix 17 6. Voet ad dig. de sepulchro violato [xlvii 12] 2 (ii 1005-6). Exception in favour of St Meletius A.D. 381 Sozom. vii 10. Greg. Naz. or. in Melet. ii p. 25 ver.

1581 burning of slaves xiv 22. burning alive i

155-7. Philo leg. ad Gai. 19 (ii 564 M). in

Flacc. 9 (ii 527) burying alive v 10 buxo intactum caput xiv 194 Byzantium and its fish-market iv 41 caballi x 60. Gorgonei pinna iii 118. -orum

praeda praetor xi 195 cachinnus iii 100. x 31. xi 2 cacoethes scribendi vii 52 Cacus v 125 cadere of a victim xii 98. 113. sub crimine x

69. sub iudice iv 12. inde -unt partes vii 123 cadurci vii 221 caecos subst. vii 170. caecus'unseen' 71 Caedicius a severe judge xiii 197. facundus

xvi 46 caelatum xii 47 caelicolae xiv 97 caelum Aventini hausit iii 84 85. in -um eve

hit i 38. -i numen adorant Iudaei xiv 97.

e-o descendit xi 27 caerula lumina Germani xiii 164 Caesar brought the Romans under the lash

x 109. Caesar dynastic title xii 106. -is armentum ib. is ad mensas v 4. -is hostem calcemus x 86. -is uxor, Messalina x 330. -is vivaria iv 51. Domitian 135. spes

studiorum in -e tantum vii 1 caesaries Germani flava xiii 164 Caieta xiv 87 Calagurris xv 93-6 calamos frange vii 27. arrows xiii 80

IUV. II.

calceus and toga of clients i 119. iii 149.

Bardaicus iudex xvi 13 14. senatorum

vii 192 calculus xi 132 Calenum molle i 69 calida v 63 caligas xvi 24 caligatus iii 322 Caligula and his rhetorical speech-day at

Lyon i 44. his treatment of Claudius ib. calices plebeii xi 145. ad -em stertere i 57 Calliope iv 34 calor febris xii 38 Calpe xiv 279 Calvina iii 133. Borghesi v 196—7 Iunia

Calvina sister of L. Silanus son-in-law of Claudius (Sen. apoc. 8. Tac. ann. xii 4), daughter-in-law of L. Vitellius the censor (Tac. I. c.), i.e. wife of his son Lucius consul with his other son Aulus (afterwards emperor) A.D. 48. By him she must have been divorced, as at the end of his life his wife was Triaria (Tac. h. ii 63). A.D. 48 Agrippina, who had resolved on the destruction of her brother then praetor, accused her of incest with him, a charge countenanced by luv. but discredited by Tacitus (xii 4, who calls Calvina decora et procax) and as it seems by Seneca (1. c. Claudius, as far as in him lay, condenined Iuppiter for incest. Silanum enim generum suum occidit. propter quid ? sororem suam, festivissimam omnium puellarum, quam omnes Venerem vocarent, maluit Iunonem vocare). The scholiast's statement (“praetoris cuiusdam soror, quae se occidit tamquam infamis in fratre temporibus Claudii') is contradicted by Tac. xiv 12 (Nero A.D. 59 recalled her) Calvinus xiii 5 calvus Nero (Domitian) iv 38 calcem accipe iii 295 Camenas tristes hac tempestate vii 2. -arum

delubra iii 13. 17 Camerini vii 90. -us viii 38 Camilli more xvi 15 caminus x 61. xiv 118 cammarus v 84 Campania dederat Pompeio febres x 283 campo hoc (of satire) decurrere i 19 candelae iii 287 candida. nigrum in -a vertunt iii 30 candiduli porci iii 355 canere. montem qui -et oliva xiv 144 canini farris sordes v 11. -o rictu x 271-2 canem venerantur oppida tota xv 8 canistris v 74 canna Micipsarum v 89 Cannae vii 163. -arum in pulvere xi 200.

Cannarum vindex anulus x 1615 cannibalism xv 11-13. 33–92. 121. 126. of

Calagurris 93. of Saguntum 114. allowed

by Zeno 107 canebat xv 26 Canopi verna i 26. -us famosus xv 46 Cantaber xv 108 cantharus iü 205 cantare of recitation vii 153. -bitur con

ditor Iliados xi 180. -abit vacuus viator

x 22. -andum non est, res vera agitur iv 35 cantu foedo viii 225 capellae worshipt in Egypt xv 12. -a ab

hirsuta iaculum torquere v 155 Capena madida iii 11 caprum stantem extra pocula i 76

27

capillati pueri xi 149. -0 consule v 30 capilli maiorum xvi 31. puellares xv 137 capit= xwpei x 148. xi 171. -unt plus intes

tina poetae vii 78 Capito pirata Cilicum viii 93 Capitolia x 65. xiv 91 Cappadoces slaves and knights yü 15 caprea xi 142. xiv 81 Caprearum rupes x 93 caprificus x 145 capsae custos x 117 captatori 146. iv 19. v 98. x 202. xii 93—130.

-es praetors iii 128–130. see orbus captat Coranum pater xvi 54-56 caput adoratum populo x 62. praebere ve

nale domina sub hasta iii 33. praeferre argento xii 49. vacuum cerebro xiv 58. morbi iii 236. -itis periuri poena xiii 174. discrimine quanto constent xiv 258. tam

vacui populum xv 23 carbo of the censer xiii 116 carcer Aeoli v 101. x 181. rusticus xiv 24.

-is uncum xiii 245. -re uno contentam

Romam iii 314, fornicis x 239 cardiacus v 32 caret censu i 59. -uisse anno circensibus

uno xi 53. Cic. Verr iv § 41 Diodorus interea praetore isto prope triennium pro

vincia domoque caruit caricature x 157 carminator vii 224 Carpathium aequor xiv 278 earpentum viï 147 Carrinas Secundus vii 204--5 Carthago, Marius begging bread there x 277 Carus delator i 36 carving v 121-4 Cassandra x 262 Cassi natalis y 37 cassis x 134. -idis patiens aetas vii 33 castigare xiv 54. 57. servorum ventres mo

dio iniquo 126 castora 'beaver' xii 34 Castora ad vigilem ponendi nummi xiy 260.

bratteolam de ce ducat xüi 152 castra domestica x 95 castravit ephebum tyrannus x 307 casula xi 153. xiv 179 casus fortunae xiii 86. tabulae i 90 catenata taberna iïi 304 cats xv 7. cf. pp. 363. 400 cathedra paene nuda i 65. sterilis of the

rhetor vii 203 Catiena iii 133 Catilina viii 231-244. xiv 41. iacuit cadavere

toto x 288 Catinensi pumice viii 16 catino Tusco xi 108 Cato durus xi 90. Cato of Utica xiv 43 Catti iv 147 Catulla x 322 Catulli phasma viü 186. fugitivus scurra xiü

111 Catullus friend of Iuv. xii 29 Catullus Messalinus iv 113-132 Catulus collega Marii viii 253. parasitus

iii 30 caulis i 134. pallidus v 87 caupo viii 161 causa motive viii 215. vivendi 84. xi 11.

-am dicentis xv 134 causidici yii 113. 136. their fees 105-149.

Mart. v 16 7 8. Quintil. xii 7 § 8 seq. applauded xiii 32. -orum nutricula Africa vii 148. -os Britannos xv 111

cavet brumamque famemque illa reste xiv

274 Cecropides viii 46.53 cedere foro xi 50 cedo, si xiji 210 Celadus grammaticus vii 215 Celaeno viii 130 cella of the poet vii 28 cena, time of i 49. ulmea xi 141. feralis y

85. -ae spes i 133. -ae iniuria v 9. -am

super xv 15 cenacula iii 199-202. vii 118. x 18 cenatio vii 183 cenavit fercula i 95. -et ostrea centum viii.

85 censere. quidnam -es ? iv 130. -eri sanguine

viii 2. 74. Apul, apol. 57 fin. studio bibendi,

quo solo censetur censor xiv 50. is mores collega timebat

xi 92 censorship of literature i 152 censura rigidi cachinni x 31 census equester y 132. xiv 323-6. sena

torius 326 centaurs i 11 centena decies x 335 centum quadrantes i 120 centurio and his vitis xiv 193. shaggy 194.

-onum cognitio de milite xvi 17 18 cepe nefas violare xv 9 cera voltum facit vii 238. nitentia simulacra

xii 88. -ae wax-masks' viii 19. tablets i 63. xiv 29. 191. -am praecipuam in ta.

bulis iv 19 cercopithecus xv 4 Cerdo iv 153. viii 182 cerebro vacuum caput xiv 57 Cereris aram xiv 219. aulaea 263. gener

x 112. face dignus xv 141. -em Helvinain

iii 320 ceromatico collo iii 68 cervina senectus xiv 251 cervice obstricta in ius trahere x 87-8. sexta

feratur i 64. -ces Herculis ïïi 88. -ix prae

benda gladio x 345. Flor, cited xv 25 cespes altar of turf xii 2. 85. Calpurn. v 25 Cethegus viii 231. X 287 ceu x 326 Chaerippus viii 96 Chaldaeus grex of Tiberius x 94. -i xiv 248.

see astrology Charon and his fee iii 265-7 charta for wrapping tus xüü 116. -ae periturae

parcere i 18 Charybdis v 102. xv 17 chiasmus ii 56. iii 100-1. v 98. Cic. Phil.

ii 8.95 n. Ter. haut. 636. Aen. iv 628-9. Ov. m, i 238. v 567. vii 799. 830. viii 187. 323. Phaedr. iii 18 11 seg. Fritzsche on

Hor. s. ii 4 33 children to be guarded from seeing and hear.

ing evil xiy 44 Chione meretrix iii 136 chirographa vana xiii 137 Chiron sub marmore iii 205 Chiron citharoedus magister Achillis vii 212.

Ov. Pont. iii 3 43 (as read by Fr. Schultess) praemia nec Chiron ab'alumno talia cepit. Greg. Naz. or. 43=20 in laudem Basilii § 12 (1 7794) ou OettaNIKÓv TL kai όρειον άντρον αυχων, ως αρετής εργαστήριον, ουδέ τινα Κένταυρον αλαζόνα των κατ' αυτον ηρωων διδάσκαλον, ουδε πτωκας βάλλειν ή κατατρέχειν νεβρών η θη

ρεύειν ελάφους υπ' αυτου διδασκόμενος η τα πολεμικά κράτιστος είναι η πωλοδαμνειν άριστα, το αυτα πωλο και δι

δασκάλα χρώμενος chironomunta v 121. DChrys. or. 32 i 406 32

Dind. chordae magicae resonant dimidio Memnone

Xv 5. -as obliquas iii 64 Chrysippus xiii 184 Chrysogonus a singer vii 176 cibo difficili crescente xiii 213 cicatrix non una ostendit consuto vulnere

crassum linum iii 151 Cicero vii 139. x 114, 118-126. 276. novus

Arpinas viii 237. 245. municipalis eques 238. in the toga 240. parens patriae 244. crushes Catilina's plot 231-244. murdered x 120--1. a verse cited 122.

as a poet ib. and 124. imitated viii 233. X 123. 2584 271. 283-8. Cicero Allobrox, nickname of

Rufus vii 214 ciconia xiv 74 cicuta xiii 186. -as gelidas vii 206. Ios. c.

Ap. ii 37 ciemus fidem hominum divumque xiii 31 Cilicis pugnas (a gladiator) iy 121. Cilicunı

piratae viii 91 Ciinbri viii 250-3. XV 124 cinacdus xiv 30. -0 satiram scribente impro

bior iv 106 cineres maiorum by the road-side viii 146.

i 171. praematuri xi 44 Cinnamus i 24 Circe xv 21 Circeis nata ostrea iv 140 circenses x 81. xi 53. 193-202. -ibus avelli

iii 223. -is pompa x 36-46 circumcision xiv 99 circumligat auro digitos vii 89 circumscrwere socios, pupillos x 222—3. xiv

237. -ptorem xv 136 circumspice viii 96 circus x 36-46. xi 193–202. all Rome

there xi 196---7. shouts 197. factions 197 --202. vii 114, palms of winners viii 58. shouts 59. m-o scenaeque vacantem 118. ad -um iussas prostare puellas

ii 65 Cirrae dominus vii 64 Cirraei vatis spicula xiii 79 cista iii 206 citharam suspende colosso viii 230 citharoedus x 211--2. gains of vii 176. -i cauda

magistri 212. -o principe viii 198 citius properate iv 134. x 225. xv 19. xvi 32 citreae mensae i 137. Plin, xvi 88 66. 68 civilia officia vii 106 civiliter v 112 civem dedisti patriae xiv 70. donare Sibyllae

iii 3 clades concrete iv 84 classis in a school vii 151 Claudian imitates x 78. 93. xiii 41 Claudius, how ted by Caligula i 44. his

harbour near Ostia xii 75. his freedmen xiv 91 (Posides). his stolidity iii 238. x 330345. puts Messalina to death at the bidding of Narcissus xiv 329-331. edit boletum

uxoris v 147-8 clauso labello ut te Veiento respiciat iii 185 clavi caligares xvi 25. -us militis iii 248.

-us latus i 106 clementia stulta parcere i 17 cliens Hannibal x 161-2. clients and the

sportula i 95—126. togata turba 96. x 44.

lassi abeunt vestibulis i 132. vii 19. must bribe slaves iii 181-9. Lucian merc. cond. 10. Nigrin. 22. ousted by Greeks iii 1234. attendance on early levees 127-130. carrying away the dole, one crushed to death 249-267. force a way for their patrons through the crowd i 46. vii 142. at the bath 131. how treated at their patron's board v. invited to fill up a spare place 16 17. their morning attendance at levees 19-23. must drink wine quod sucida nolit

lana pati 24 25 climate, its influence on character x 50 Clio migrat in atria vii 7 Clitumni pascua xii 13 clivosae Latinae v 55 cloaca torrente pinguis lupus v 105. -arum

curatores iii 32. Hier. in Eph. c. 6 in urbibus eos qui aliquid commisere flagitii

videmus...mundare spurcitias cloacarum clocks x 216 Cloelia viii 265 clothing, ostentation in vii 134 cludit latus iii 131. -e libellos vii 26. -ere

acribus exemplis xiv 322. Gyari -sus scopulis x 170 clunibus apri v 167 Cluvienus i 80 cobwebs xiv 61 coccina laena ii 283 cocks sacriticed xiii 233 Cocles viii 264 codex saevus x 236. grandis vii 110 Codrus pauper iii 203-210 coepit without inf. iii 114 cogitare. qui scelus intra se cogitat, facti

crimen habet xiii 209 210 cognitio tribuni vii 228. centurionum xvi 18 cogente nullo viii 193. xi 7. -itur in fron

tem ruga xiii 116. -acto umore vexare oculos 133. -as per tormenta divitias xiv

135 cohors libertorum v 28. praetoria viii 127.

-rtis curam sperare i 58. Marquardt

Staatsverw, ii 356 n. 8 collige xiii 191. eventum viridis panni xi

198 collum iii 88 color in rhetoric vii 155. -es violae xii 90 colossus marmoreus viii 230 colubrae cognata anguilla v 103 columna Phrygia xiv 307. -ae Numidarum

vii 182. adsiduo lectore ruptae i 13 colus tardas Parcarum xiv 249 comedunt patrimonia i 138. -esa nobilitas

34 comes of a governor iii 47. -ites clients i 46.

119. iii 284. vii 44. 142. Caesaris iv 75. 81.

libelli vii 107 comitantibus loculis i 89 commendat voluptates rarior usus xi 208.

nos Veneris epistula Marti xvi 5 comminus ursos figebat iv 99 commissa auctio vii 10. pugna v 29. plumbo

domus xiv 310. -ittas Aenean Rutulumque

i 163 commoda communia militiae xvi 7 communis sensus viii 73. conditor mundi xv

148. i moneta vii 55. extra -ia xiii 140 comoedia at feasts v 157 comoedus iii 93. -a natio 100 comparison abbreviated iii 74. vii 72. X 247.

XV 68. inverted xii 23 compedibus vinxerat Ennosigaeum x 182 in -de fossor xi 80

compesce labellum digito i 160 componere of drugs xiv 253. tota domus

reda -itur una iii 10 computat annos dextra x 249 concentus tubarum x 215 conchis iii 293. xiv 131 conchylia iii 81. Coa viii 101 conciditur? iv 130 concipis dextro pede x 5 Concordia crepitat salutato nido i 116 concurrentia saxa xv 19. -itur 53 concutere se x 328. -itur cachinno iïi 101 condire gulosum fictile xi 19 conditional sentence in substance, not in

form iii 100. viii 24. xvi 17--22 conditor Wiados xi 180. mundi xv 148 conducta viii 43. pecunia xi 16. sardonyche

vii 143. -as custodit oves i 107. -ere aedem

flumina portus iii 31. foricas 38 conduplicare xiv 229 confert quid ? i 106. viii 94 confisus x 11. xii 58 conflare tonantem xiii 153 confusus iii 1 coniugium xi 29. wife viii 219 conjunctive 2 pers. sing. one may expect'

i 14. 18. xiv 234. XV 26. see indicative conscience xiii 192-235 conscius iii 49. -a xiv 28 consedere duces vii 115. licet et -idere iv

34 consilium dedimus Sullae i 16. in -0 est aedi

bus iii 162. Sen. clem. i 15 8 7. Plin. ep.

i 20 $ 12. -o misso iv 145 consistas iii 296 consolatio vol. ii p. 247 conspectius viii 140 conspuitur sinus vii 112. Ael. v. h. i 15.

n. a. v 13. vi 2. ix 13. schol. Ap. Rh. iv

478 constantia ficti vultus xii 77 constituebat amicae iii 12 constare consist' xiv 17. "cost' -ent dis

crimine capitis xiv 258. -abit patri res nulla minoris quam filius vii 187-8. 45. 77 constratum classibus mare x 175 constrictus cammarus ovo v 84 constructio κατα σύνεσιν xiv 241 consuetudo mali vii 51 consul de rhetore vii 197. Friedländer i3

115 2. 272. Tac. an. iii 75. presiding in circus x 42. -Is receive doles i 117--8. from the plough xi 89. offer an ox to luppiter viii 156. titulo ter -is xi 86 consule te xi 33 p. 222 consuto vulnere crassum linum iii 150 contemnere leges Romanas xiv 100. Supe

ros testes xiii 75. fulmina iii 145. -unt

lina Charybdim v 102 content true riches xiv 313 contentae defundere ili 277. -us deducere

xiii 133 contexere tanto cursu moechos xiv 27 contingens sanguine caelum xi 62. -0 )( acci

do viii 28 continuo sic collige xiii 191 contra veniet i 160. stat iii 290 contradictio in adiecto xi 19 20. see oxy

moron contrahat bilem tibi xi 187. -cta cuticula

203 contrarius auctor x 30 controversiae i 16. vii 168 seq. Friedländer

iii 286 seq. Schiller's Nero 562 conturbat vii 129

contus x 20 convenit illis vii 136. x 348. ursis inter se

XV 164 conventus viii 129 convicia iii 237 convictus xi 4 convivia propter natus aper i 141 cooks, price of vii 185 coordination of contrasted clauses xi 25 copa viii 162 cophinus Iudaeorum iii 14 Coptos xv 28 coquere rastra xv 167 cor mulinum Vagelli xvi 23 coram viii 9 Coranum captat pater xvi 54–56 Corbulo iii 251 Corcyraea urna xv 25. -ean wine v 30 Cordi Theseide i 2 Corinthos uncta viii 113 Corinthus miinus viii 197 corium inter et unguentum xiv 204. -0 boris

deducendum in mare xiii 155 corn, donations of x 80-1. tickets for vii

174. fleets from Africa v 118–9. viii 17 cornicines iii 34. x 214. in triumphs 441 cornix, its age x 247 cornua cum lituis audita xiv 199. torquen

tem cirro xiii 165 corona of the praetor x 39. 41. -ae Egyp

tian xv 50. of the Lares xii 87. Graiae

apium viii 226. Pisaeae olivae xüi 99 coronata agna xiii 63. -us asellus xi 97.

-i Thrasea Helvidiusque v 36 corpore census xvi 53. in sano sana mens

x 356. -us exstinctae dextrae iii 48 corpuscula x 173 corruptor avarae nurus i 77. iv 8. X 304 Corsica v 92 corus x 180. xiv 268 coruscat frontem hostia xii 6 Corvinus viii 5. custodit conductas oves i

108. Borghesi v 531. Juv. amicus xii 1. 93 corvo rarior albo vii 202. -i attigerant cada

vera viii 252 Corybanta de conviva v 25 Corycia puppis xiv 267 Coryphaeus a race-horse viii 62 Cosmus a perfumer viii 86 Cossus iji 184. viii 21. captator x 202 cothurnus vii 72. XV 29 Cotta Messalinus, Ovid's patron v 109. vii 95 Cottona iii 83 coturnix xii 97 country life, praises of iii 67. xi 56–119.

xiv 160—189. its simplicity iii 168–179.

Sen. ep. 94 88 69 70 court-fools v 171 courts of law, hours of xiii 158 Coa conchylia viji 101 coxa debilis x 217 crambe repetita vii 154 Crassus x 108 crassus aer x 50 crater xii 44 cratis xi 82 creditor vii 108. xi 10 credis quidquam Homero x 246. si quid

mihi 68. cf. iv 53 crepido v 8 crepitat concordia salutato nido i 116 crepat ingens Seianus x 62 crescit pagina damnosa papyro vii 101. amor

nummi quantum ipsa pecunia xiv 139. -ente cibo xiii 213

Cressa Phaedra x 327 Cretae passum xiv 270 cretatus bos x 65—6 Creticus viii 38 Cretonius xiv 86. 92 crimen habet xiii 210. sub-ine cadere x 69.

-ibus debent hortos i 75 crinem deponit amati iii 186 Crispinus i 26-29. iv 1-33. his perfumes

and cruelty 108.-9. Borghesi oeuvres v 513-6 cites a law of Augustus (DCass. li 17 & 2 B.C. 30) that no Egyptian should be a senator, first broken through in the time of Caracalla (ib. § 3. lxxvi 5 8 5 A. D. 203 where Aelius Coeranus is named as the first Egyptian senator). The schol, on iv 1 ‘factus est magister equitum Neronis.' Now Pomponius dig. i 2 2 8 19 says of the magistri equitum quod officium fere tale erat, quale hodie praefectorum praetorio. dig. i 11 g 1 ad similitudinem magistrorum equitum praefecti praetorio a principibus electi sunt. Io. Lydus i 14 says the Caesars gave to the magister equitum the name praefectus praetorio (ib. ii 6 he notes the slight change from ίππαρχος tο έπαρχος). Now Iuv. iv 31 calls Crispinus purpureus scurra palati and Lydus (ii 13) says that one of the badges of the praefecti praetorio was a pavdun or chlainys of purple. luv. iv 32 further calls him princeps equitum (see n. there. Hdn. v 7 $ 3 Elagabalus placed an actor over the equestrian order. DCass. lxxix 4 8 1 gives the name Eutychianus Kwuácw and the office as praefectus praetorio, cf. Lamprid. Heliog. 12. Fronto also ep. ad Ant. Pium 3 p. 165 Naber calls Marcius Turbo Hadrian's praef. praet. equestris ordinis primarius). Now there were two praefecti praetorio (DCass. lxvii 15 & 2), one of whom (Iuv. iv 111-2 n.) was Cornelius Fuscus. The other will be Crispinus. This explains Mart. vii 99. viii 48 1 where the Tyria abolla (cf. 2 togam) is military uniform. Again, the praefecti praetorio appointed soldiers to their field of labour; if Crispinus sent luv. to Egypt, the poet's hatred of him is

explained. Crispi iucunda senectus iv 81-4 cristae surgebant iv 70. -am galli promit

tere Laribus xiii 233 crocea inembrana tabella vii 23 crocodilon adorat Aegyptus xv 2. 36 crocus of Corycus xiv 267. -os spirantes vii

208 Croesi fortuna xiv 328. cf. p. 180. -us and

Solon x 2745 crotalum xi 172 cruce dignus viii 188. crucem sceleris pretium

xiii 105 p. 287. bodies left to hang on xiv

77 cruda tyrannis viii 223. -i pericula suci xi 76.

-um pavonem in balnea portas i 143. 115 crura frangere x 60 crustas Heliadum v 38 cryptam Suburae v 106 cubicularius x 216 cucullo veneto iii 170. Santonico yiii 145 cucurbita ventosa xiv 58 cui (u v) iii 49. vii 211 culcita v 17 culina, portable iii 249 250. -ae nidore captum

v 162 culleus of parricides viii 214

cultellorum manubria eburnea xi 133 cultris inponite farra xii 84. -i nucronem

admittite xiv 217 culta puella xi 202. -os iuvenes iii 158. is

servis 189 cum quo iv 9. xiii 155 Cumae, Daedalus alighted there iii 25. 321. - is

vacuis 2. C. Fricke de origine Cumarum

Gött. 1869 cumba Baiana xii 80. -ae magister iv 45 cumulus ultimus aerumnae iii 210 cupbearers v 52-65 cupere nihil x 360. Diogenes xiv 313. cupi

mus aut timemus x 5 cupidus silvarum .vii 58 cupping-glass xiv 58 curabilis xvi 21 curator dementium xiv 288. cloacarum iii 32 Curii viii 4. -us xi 78 curare xiii 124 curriculum xiv 231 currunt Baias et ad ostrea xi 49 currus of the praetor in the circus x 36.

aeneus of the pleader vii 125 curses xii 130 cursor v 52 Curtius bucca xi 34 curtum temone iugum x 135. -a fides patriae

xiy 166 curules x 91 curvis unguibus viii 129. xiii 169 custos capsae x 117. cf. p. 180. custos = pae

dagogus vii 218. gemmati poculi v 40. ur. bis Gallicus xiii 157. -de armato iii 306. omni potentior natura x 303. -dibus cine

rum saxis x 144 cuticula xi 203 cutis )( pellis x 192 Cyane viii 162 Cyaneae xv 20 cyathus v 32. ad -os xiii 44 Cybele iii 137–8. -es aulaea xiv 263 Cyclopes xv 18 Cycnum vocamus Aethiopem viii 33 Cydni in ripa iii 117 cynici xiti 121-2. p. 287. greater than kings

xiv 312. Hercules their model x 361

Dacis vulturibus servabat viscera Fuscus

iv 111 Daedalus fatigatas exuit alas at Cumae iii

25. of Athens 80. fabrum volantem i 51 dama xi 121 Damasippus viii 185 damnatio quid confert? viii 94 damnatus inani iudicio i 47. -os odit turba

Remi x 73. -andis abstineas xiv 38 damnosa alea xiv 4. pagina multa papyro

vii 101 damnum xii 35 dances lascivious xi 162. 172. 164 p. 222 dative. haereret fuligo Maroni vii 227. of

agent Madvig on Cic. fin, i § 11. Kühnast synt. Liv. 139. Plin. ep. iii 1 § 9. paneg. 50. Parthenio factas lances xii 44. dicta

mihi xv 98 de conviva Corybanta v 25. de corporibus

quid superest? iii 259. de media nocte xiv 190. de nobilitate quod superest i 34. multum de i 66. exiguum de iii 123. de ponte aliquis xiv 134. Cic. Cluent. $ 163. Mil. $ 65. de rhetore consul, de consule rhetor vii 197-8. cf. Manil. iv 46 ex exsule

consul. de sapientibus alter x 28 deam te facimus xiv 315--0

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