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Adriaci rhombi iv 39
adulter nocturnus viii 144. praetextatus i

213. Sen. apocol. 3. Tac. xii 67
Aiax his strength xv 65. madness xiv 286

-7. pleading his cause vii 115. prae-
teriit Telamonem xiv 213—4. victus x 845
Aius Locutius xi 111
ala xiv 195. -as vellendas xi 157. alis ma-

didis cantat x 178
Alabanda iii 70
alapae morionum v 171. HST. ÈTOLLÓKOO OOS.

Mamercorum viii 192
Alba iv 60 61 lacus ubi diruta servat ignem

Troianum et Vestam colit Alba minorem.
founded by Iulus xii 71-3. Albana arx
iv 145. harena 100. -um vinum V 33. xii

214
Albina orba iii 130
albis pedibus servi i 111. -ae gallinae filius

xiii 141, -0 corvo vii 202
Alcinous and Ulixes xv 14-26
Alcithoe Pacci vii 12
alea i 88–92. pernox luditur viii 10. xi 132.

176. damnosa iuvat senem xiv 4
Alexander x 168–173. dies 171. and Dio.

genes xiv 311-3
algae inquisitores iv 48
algens sol vü 182. probitas laudatur et -et

i 74
aliena sibi credit ulla mala? XV 142. -is

digitis cibum accipere x 229
aliptes iii 76
aliqua pars belli xiii 110. -id si vis esse i 74.

-id iii 230. -is xiii 49. -is de ponte xiv 134
alius (Iason) i 10. (Ulixes) x 257.

-am fa-
mem iv 138. -as facies xv 57
all xiv 68 without all
Alledius v 118
alliteration x 122. xiii 208
Allobroga Ciceronem vii 214
Allobrogici viii 13
Alpem x 152. -es 166. guttur tumidum in

ibus xiii 162
alpha et beta xiv 209
altaria tangunt iurantes xiii 89
alter-hic iii 132. Lentulus vii 95. -& Gallia

16
alternum latus puppis xii 31
altilis v 115. Lucil. cited xi 138
altum dormiret i 16 17
alumni ruris xi 98
aluta vii 192. xiv 282
alveolus v 88. vii 73
alveus xii 30
alvo inani v 7
amae xiv 305
amber v 38. xiv 308
ambition, dangers of x 56—113
ambitiosa paupertas iïi 182. vita Cypr. 6

frugalitas. Corte on Plin. ep. i 14 85
amethystina vii 136
amica iii 12. lacernata i 62
amicitiae magnae pallor iv 75. v 14. For.

biger Rom ii 23 n. 70
amicus vetus iii 1
amnes defecisse x 177
amet moechos x 220
amomo matutino, quantum non redolent duo

funera iv 108. viii 159
amor nummi crescit quantum pecunia xiv
amphitheatre bear-fights iv 99. lions 95.

x 221

78. x 318. publicus x 311–2. viduas tan-
tum spernatur iv 4. right of summary
vengeance on x 310-7. adultera filia Lar-

gae xiv 25
adulterium turpe mediocribus xi 177. adul-

tery I 55 56. 77 78. iii 45 46. 109-112.x
220. gains of i 37-43
adversis dis genitus x 129
adyti vox digna templo xiï 205
Aeacides Achilles víii 270
Aeacus quas torqueat umbras i 10
aedes Musarum vii 37
aedicula viii 111
aedificator xiv 86
aedificare carinas x 264
aedilis in a country town wears a tunic iii

179. cf. x 101--2. in Rome iii 162
Aegaei maris rupem xiii 246. Aegaei pater

Neptunus 81
aegri subst. xiii 124. -os occiderit Themison
Aegyptius Tiberius Alexander i 130. see

Egypt
aeluros xv 7. p. 400
Aemilianos viii 3
Aemilius a noble pleader vii 124
Aenean Rutulumque committas i 162. Ae-

neas, Evander's guest xi 61-2. in the
Numicius 63. iuvenis praelatus Iarbaev
45. parvulus 138—9. -ae coxam percussit

Tydides xv 67
aenigmata legum viii 50
Aeoliis rupibus vicinum antrum Vulcani i 8.

-o carcere x 181
Aeolus xv 20
aequo flagrantior xiii 11
aerolites xiii 67
aerugo xiii 61 cum tota -ine follem. Lucian

Icarom. 30 of philosophical hypocrites

περιλείχoυσι των οβολων των ρύπον
aerumnae Herculis x 361
aestivum aurum i 28. -um tonat xiy 295.

-i lacerti 131
aestuo iii 103. x 169
aetas nona xiii 28
Aethiops viii 33. -um populi x 150
afficiunt mire inscripta ergastula xiv 24
Afra avis xi 142.

-ae sorores, Hesperides v
152
Africa, its corn v 118–9. Namatian. i 147

-8. Barth on Claud. bell. Gild. 52. nutri-
cula causidicorum vii 149. cf. Teuffel $ 299
Cornutus of Leptis. the granary of Rome
viii 117. plundered by Marius Priscus i 49.

viii 120
Agamemnon slain at a feast viii 217.

mugire credit Aiax xiv 286
Agamemnonides viii 215--220
Aganippe vii 6
Agathyrsi xv 125
Agave a pantomime vii 87
age, old, often a curse x 188-288 (cf. p.

134). ages of the world xiii 28. 30
agere cum iv 49. hoc -it v 157. agite hoc
vii 20. pacem cum xv 163. actum nihil

est x 155
agger v 153. viii 43. -is molem xvi 26
agmine facto iii 162. x 218. Sen. apoc. 13

8 5. ep. 104 8 19
agna coronata lustrari xiii 63. -am niveam

Iunoni xii 3
agnitus i 99
Agrippina poisoned Claudius v 147-8. viii

noble combatants 95. 99-101. womed

fighting boars i 22 23
amplectitur virtutem x 141
amplius. post quem nil a. edit v 148
amulet v 164. cf. Nemesis

139

-as

Amydon lii 69
an-an vii 162-3
anabathra vii 46
anaphora vii 53. at end of one line and

beginning of next v 112-3. viii 147-8.
Fritzsche on Hor, s. ii 2 131. of postquam

xii 63
Anchemoli noverca vii 235
Anchisae nutrix vii 234
ancipites fungi v 145. -i planta figens ves.

tigia xiy 272
Ancou Dorica iv 40. on the gender Taub-

mann on Aen, iii 3
Ancus Martius v 57
Andros iii 70
anguilla cognata colubrao v 108
anguem qui pressit nudis calcibus i 43
angustum se explicat xii 55
animae more perit vulgi omne cadaver iii

261. -am committe ventis xii 67.
produxere xv 94. indulsit communis con-
assurgere vetulo xiii 55
ast before consonant xiv 216
astringit rotam viii 148
astrology iii 42 43. vii 190—202. x 94. xiv

que 148-9

ditor Illis tantum -as, nobis animuni quo-
animal propter convivia natum i 141 (see

apposition). -lia muta viii 56
anime i 169. animos hos quando alea ? 88 89.

animus tortor xiii 195. see anima
annuit virga iii 318
anseris iecur v 114
Antaeus iii 89
ante Numantinos viii 11. tubas i 169. lu-

cernas x 339
anteambulo vii 143
antecedent in relative clause iii 91. iv 70 71.

X 253—4. xiv 84. Nipperdey on Tac, an.

iv 56
antennae xii 17-19
anticlimax viii 221
Anticyra and its hellebore xiii 97
Antigone, acted by Nero viii 229
Antilochus died before Nestor x 253
Antiochus rex x 160. histrio iii 98
Antiphates xiv 20 and p. 354
antiqua atque vetus xv 33
antiques i 76. 138. iii 218
Antoni gladios x 123. M. Antonius puts

Cicero to death 120
Antonius Hybrida cos. B.C. 63 viii 105
antro cluso specularibus iv 21
Anubis xv 8
anulus equestris vii 16. 89. ferreus xi 129.

ingens vii 139 140. pawned xi 43. vindex
Cannarum X 165 -6. signet-ring i 68.

Philo i 568. 598 M.
anxia mater x 290
Aonidum fontes vii 59
ape in armour eating apples v 153–5. Philo

de animal. 23 fin. 90 (viii 111. 140 Richter),
aper v 115-6. xi 138. Tuscus i 22 23. IRN
7146. in the amphitheatre Mart. i 43 9–12.

apros totos ponit sibi gula i 140-1
aperire iugulos iv 110. quid -tius ? 69. terme

quis fructus -tae ? vii 103
apex xii 72
Apicius iv 23. xi 3
apium examen xiii 68
apium Graiae coronae viii 226. Ios. C. Ap.

cited ii p. 308
aplustre x 136
Apollo commands the slaughter of Clytaem-

nestra viii 216. iurisperitus i 128. Fritzsche
on Hor. s. ii pp. 176-182. vates Cirraeus

xiii 79. 203. vii 64. -inis aedes vii 37
απομαγδαλία ν 11
appellas vii 158

apposition, sing. to plur. i 141. Ov. m. iv

451—2 sorores... grave et inplacabile
numen. xv 116. 120 boves, animal sine
fraude. (Quintil.] decl. 306 caducum circa

initia animal homines sumus.
apricatio xi 203
Apulia iv 27
aquam poscit iii 198
aquila locuples xiv 197
Aquino tuo iii 319
ara xiii 219. caespiticia xii 2. Augusti Lug-

dunensis i 44. magna Herculis viii 13.
Maeotide saevior xy 115. Martis x 83.
Iovis Hercei 268. Cereris -am tangens xiv

219. aras iures iii 145
Arabarches i 130. Marquardt Staatsverw.

il 289. Léon Renier mém. de l'acad. des
inscr. xxvi (1) 1867 pp. 294 – 302. Schürer
in Hilgenfeld's Ztschr. f. wiss. Theol. xviii

(1875) 13-40
aranea xiv 61
aratro miranti xiii 65. -0 versamus litus vii 49.

driven by consuls xi 89. cf. xiv 181
arbor 'mast' xii 32
arca iii 143. 181. X 25. xi 26. xiii 74. aerata

xiv 259. posita luditur i 90
Arcadico iuveni vii 160. Auson. epigr. 76 4
arcano volumine Moyses xiv 102. -a face XV

141. -a sestertia xiii 73
archaic words and forms viii 155 robus. i 169.

iv 29. x 138. xv 157
Archigenes xiii 98. xiv 252
arcus triumphalis x 136. Herculei xiii 82
Ardea xii 105
ardet Setinum "sparkles' x 27.

-ens pur-
pura xi 155. Lucilius i 165
aretalogus xv 16
argenteus pes lecti xi 128
argenti vascula puri x 19. -um vii 133. grave

xi 41. leve xiv 62. vetus i 76
Argonauts i 7-10
Aricinos axes iv 117
aristae post munus xiv 182-4
ark i 82
arma of dice xiv 5
armamentaria caeli xiii 83
armaria vii 11
Armenia viii 169
armigero dispensatore i 92
Armillatus iv 53
Arpinas Cicero viii 237. Marius 245–6
ars a book of elements vii 177
art, Greek xi 100
artemo xii 69
artifices veneni xiii 154. -is halitus oris

x 238. -is consilium laudo iv 18. -em ad-

quirendi xiv 116
artopta v 72
Artorius iii 29
Arviragus iv 127
arx Albana iv 113. 145. tyranni x 20. 307.

caelesti -ce xv 146
asse uno x 116. -em rogat naufragus xiv 301
asellus coronatus xi 97
Asiae flos V 56. -am flammis ferroque

cadentem x 265-6
Asiani equites vii 14. Gell. xix 9 $ 1 adu-

lescens e terra Asia de equestri loco
asparagi v 82. xi 69
aspera vasa xiv 62
aspice x 193. xii 61
assa a dry nurse xiv 208
Assaracus x 259
assere iii 245. vii 132
assonance. praeda praetor xi 195

248. xvi 3 4. Clem. recogn. x 7-12 cet.
astrum Martis x 313–4
Asturicus iii 212
asylum viii 273
at tu i 50
atheism xiii 86—89. 119 120.136–9. p. 287
Athenas Graias nostrasque habet totus orbis

xv 110. -is mediis natus Daedalus iii 80.
its pure air x 50. -ae mirabantur Demos-

thenem 127. its hemlock vii 205
Athos velificatus x 174
Atlas supports heaven xiii 48. mount xi 24.

nickname for a dwarf viji 32
atque xiv 206 dis atque love
Atreus a tragedy vii 73
Atrides Domitian iv 65
atrium with imagines viii 8. 20. auctionarium

vii 7. -a nobilium 91
attegiae Maurorum xiv 196
atteritur res xvi 50. -tritus lumbum pumice

viii 16. -a fronte xiii 242
Atticus, Ti. Claudius xi 1
attollit villas xiv 95. paupertatem 236
attonitus vii 67. viii 239. xii 21. pro electro

xiv 306. -os iv 146. habet xiii 194
attraction of pron. xi 52
auctio commissa vii 10
auctor x 30. fenoris xi 48
aude aliquid i 73. nil praeter gelidas ausae

conferre cicutas vii 206
audi iji 115. vi 115. 220. xi 64. xii 24
auditor i 1. Cic. Tusc. iv $ 3. v § 8. Liv.

xl 29 8 8. VM. viii 15 ES1. Plin. h, n.
Gell. Sen. contr. 14 88 8. 13. cf. å kovotns.
dKpoatńs. Tert. paenit. 6 med. a catechu-

men
augur iii 77
Augusti portus xii 75. -um'emperor' x 77
Augusto recitantes mense poetas iii 9
aulaea Cereris xiv 263. togae x 39
aurata lacerna of harpers x 212
Aurelia orba v 98
aureus vii 122
auriga vii 114. gains of 243
auris iii 122 stillavit in aurem. Heins. and

Burm. on Ov. her. 3 23. -em facilem prae-

beat v 107. in aure xi 59. fenestrae i 104
Aurora x 2
aurum furtivae pelliculae i 10 11. Etrus-

cum 'bulla' v 164. 'cup of gold' 39. X
27. aestivum ventilet 'ring' i 28. - se-
menstri vii 89. -o nullo violatus xi 116. -i

montes xii 129
Auruncae magnus alumnus i 20
Ausonius imitates iii 28. iy 69
auspex of marriage x 336
auster iv 59. v 100-1.
aut xv 55. after a negation xiii 50. 'or else'

115
αυτάρκεια of Stoics x 363
Automedon i 61
autumnus letifer iv 56 57. X 221. perpetuus

Phaeacum v 151. -um posuere poma xi 76
avarice dominant 88-93. xiv 107-255.

grows with wealth 139
avarus subst. vii 30
avelli circensibus iii 223
Aventini caelum hausit iii 85
avis Iunonis vii 32. Iovis xiv 82
axis Gallicus viii 116. quocumque sub -e

xiv 42

Babylon x 171
baca Sabina ïïi 85
Baetis, flocks on its banks xü 41-2
Baiae iii 4. xi 49. Baiana cumba xü 80
balantem pecudem xii 233
ballaena x 14
balneolum conducere vü 4
balnea xi 156. Phoebi vii 233. private 178.

vexat lutulenta turba 131. time of bathing

xi 204. see baths
balteus xvi 48
banishment of Marius Priscus i 49
bankrupts vii 129. vii 185. xi 1–55. sold
up ii 33. epicures xi 10 P.

222
barba maiorum xvi 31. mihi sonabat gravis

i 25. -m metit amati iii 186. Petron. 73 fin.
Greg. Naz, apol. 49. Schiller's Nero 133.

pectere coeperit xiv 216
barbarus Xerxes x 181
barbati magistri xiv 12 and p. 354. barbato

regi iv 103
Bardaicus calceus iudex xvi 13 14 1
Barea vii 91. -am occidit Stoicus iii 116. On

his son-in-law Annius Pollio see Borghesi

iv 488
bascauda xii 46
basia iactaret iv 118
Basilus a fraudulent partner x 222. a pleader

vii 145--7
Batavi domiti viii 51
baths i 142-6. v 90. vii 4. 130-1. before

dinner iii 263. xi 204
beans of Pythagoras xv 174
beard shaved in early manhood x 253
beasts spare their kind xv 159-164
beatus rich i 39. i pauperis xiv 120
beauty, perils of x 289-345
beaver Xii 3436
beggars iii 16 Jews. v 8–11. on the bridges

iv 116. at Aricia 117
bellator (equus) vii 127
Bellerophon iii 118. x 325
Bellonae fanatici iv 124
belli pars aliqua xii 110. -orum ultima xv 95
belua elephant x 158. xi 126
bene habet x 72
Beneventanus sutor v 46
berullo inaequales phialas v 38
beta, see alpha
betting xi 202
bibat cuticula solem xi 203. -erat caelato

xii 47. fictilibus x 25. -it ab octava i 49
bidentis amans vive iii 228
biga x 59
bilem effundere per lacrimas v 159. tibi con-

trahat x 187. quibusdam moverat xv 15 16
bill of fare xi 6476
bimembris puer xiii 64
birthday, see natalibus
Bithyni slaves and knights vii 15. -0 tyranno
Bithynicus Volusius xv 1
blaesus xv 48
blandiar ne nobis iii 126
Blandus, Rubellius viii 40
blindness a judgement xiii 93
boats of reed v 89
Boccar v 90
Boetius imitates x 22
boletus v 147. xiv 8
bones of heroes xv 70
bona animi viii 24. summa v 2
bonus Cotta v 108
books burnt i 152
Bootae serraca v 23

X 162

P. 354

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 66–75
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 viii 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 8 3
bubulci filius xi 151. -o iudice vii 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
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 fa-
vour of St Meletius Á.n. 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 hos-
tem 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 y 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 y 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. 1. c.), i.e. wife of his son Lucius consul
with his other son Aulus (afterwards em-
peror) 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 de-
struction of her brother then praetor, ac-
cused 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 (l. c.
Claudius, as far as in him lay, condemned
Iuppiter for incest. Silanum enim gene-
rum suum occidit. propter quid? soro-
rem suam, festivissimam omnium pucl-
larum, quam omnes Venerem vocarent,
maluit Iunonem vocare). The scholiast's
statement (“praetoris cuiusdam soror, quae
se occidit tamquam infamis in fratre tem-
poribus 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 1645
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 iii 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. -o 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 vi 15
caprea xi 142. xiv 81
Caprearum rupes x 93
caprificus x 145
capsae custos x 117
captator i 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
carpentum viii 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 v 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 xiv 260.

bratteolam de-e ducat xiii 152
castra domestica x 95
castravit ephebum tyrannus x 307
casula xi 153. xiv 179
casus fortunae xiii 86. tabulae i 90
catenata taberna iii 804
cats xv 7. cf. pp. 363. 400
cathedra paene nuda i 65. sterilis of the

rhetor vii 203
Catiena iii 133
Catilina viji 231–244. xiv 41. iacuit cadavere

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

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 vii 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 xy 111

cavet brumamque famemque illa reste xiv

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

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

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

viï 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 v 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' viji 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 xy 141. -em Helvinam

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

feratur i 64. -ces Herculis iii 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 xiii 116. -ae periturae

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

ii $ 95 n. Ter. haut. 636. Aen, iv 628--9.
Ov. m. i 238. v 567. vii 799. 830. viii 187.
323. Phaedr. iïi 18 11 seg. Fritzsche on

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

ing evil xiv 44
Chione meretrix iii 136
chirographa vana xjii 137
Chiron sub marmore iii 205
Chiron citharoedus magister Achillis vii 212

Oy. Pont. iii 3 43 (as read by Fr. Schultess)
praemia nec Chiron ab alumno talia
cepit. Greg. Naz. or. 43=20 in laudem
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