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Tacitus' Agricola.
Tacitus' Annals.
The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
De Bello Gallico, by Julius Caesar
Tacitus' Germania.
The Goths, by Jordanes.
Histories, by Tacitus.
History of Rome, by Livy.
Mispogon by Julian
New Testament.
Metamorphosis by Ovid.
Parallel lives by Plutarch.
Suetonius 12 Caesars
Virgil Aeneid.
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Ann Book II Chapter 60: Germanicus goes East. To Egypt (cont.)
Ann Book II Chapter 85: On prostitution.
His Book IV Chapter 83: Vespasian emperor. Origin of Serapis
His Book V Chapter 5: The Jews. Their religion according to Tacitus (cont.)
Nwt Acts chapter 7
Nwt Acts chapter 21
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 16: 745-842 The deification of Julius Caesar
Plt Antony Chapter 25: Cleopatra
Plt Antony Chapter 27: Cleopatra
Plt Antony Chapter 29: Cleopatra entertains Antony
Plt Antony Chapter 31: Antony marries Octavia
Plt Antony Chapter 33: Ventidius defeats Partian armies
Plt Antony Chapter 64: Preliminaries to the battle of Actium
Plt Antony Chapter 84: Cleopatra mourns at Antony's grave
Plt Numa, chapter 14: Dialogue with Jupiter
Plt Numa, chapter 18: Calendar reforms by Numa
Plt Pompey Chapter 77: Civil war: Ptolemy decides on murder
Plt Pompey Chapter 78: Civil war: the murder is arranged
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 39: Entertainments
Stn Nero, Chapter 37: More murders
Stn Tiberius Chapter 36: Foreign cults.
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 27: The shield of Aeneas (cont.)

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Ann Book XI Chapter 14: Claudius invents new letters(cont.)
Gth Chapter 6: War of Tanausis and Vesosis.
His Book V Chapter 4: The Jews. Their religion according to Tacitus
His Book V Chapter 5: The Jews. Their religion according to Tacitus (cont.)
Nwt Acts chapter 7
Nwt Letter to the Hebrews Chapter 11
Plt Antony Chapter 3: In Judea and Egypt
Plt Antony Chapter 50: A review; Artavasdes arrested.
Plt Antony Chapter 56: Antony and Cleopatra go to Samos
Plt Antony Chapter 64: Preliminaries to the battle of Actium
Plt Caesar Chapter 48: Julius Caesar in Egypt
Plt Caesar Chapter 49: Julius Caesar in Egypt; siege of Alexandria
Plt Numa, chapter 4: Election of Numa as king. Contact with the gods
Plt Pompey Chapter 80: Civil war: Caesar does not enjoy the murder
Plt Romulus, chapter 14: When was Rome built?
Stn Caligula, Chapter 57: Death of Caligula. Omens

links of: Aegypt

His Book III Chapter 8: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Verona as head-quarter
His Book III Chapter 48: Revolt of Anicetus (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 3: Vespasian appointed to emperor

links of: Egypt

Ann Book II Chapter 59: Germanicus goes East. To Egypt.
Ann Book II Chapter 67: War in Thrace. Rhescuporis executed.
Ann Book II Chapter 69: Illness and death of Germanicus. Piso's actions.
Ann Book IV Chapter 5: Presence of the army in the provinces
Ann Book V Chapter 10: A double of Drusus
Ann Book VI Chapter 28: The phoenix
Ann Book XII Chapter 43: Prodigies
Ann Book XII Chapter 60: On the commissioners of the imperial treasury
Ann Book XIII Chapter 22: Appointments
Ann Book XV Chapter 26: War between Armenia/Rome and Iberia/Parthia (cont.)
Ann Book XV Chapter 36: Nero as an artist (cont.)
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
Gth Chapter 6: War of Tanausis and Vesosis.
Gth Chapter 19: Aemilianus.
His Book I Chapter 11: Galba becomes emperor. Africa
His Book I Chapter 70: Revolt of Vitellius. Through the Alps
His Book I Chapter 76: Revolt of Vitellius. Otho or Vitellius?
His Book II Chapter 6: The situation in the East
His Book II Chapter 9: A false Nero (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 74: Revolt of Vespasian. His considerations
His Book II Chapter 76: Revolt of Vespasian. Speech of Mucianus
His Book II Chapter 82: Revolt of Vespasian. Start of actions
His Book IV Chapter 82: Vespasian emperor. Vespasian visits the sanctuary of Serapis
His Book IV Chapter 83: Vespasian emperor. Origin of Serapis
His Book IV Chapter 84: Vespasian emperor. Origin of Serapis (cont.)
His Book V Chapter 2: The Jews. Their history according to Tacitus
His Book V Chapter 3: The Jews. Their history according to Tacitus (cont.)
His Book V Chapter 6: The Jews. Their country according to Tacitus
Hor Content of Book XIV
Hor Book VIII Chapter 24: Death of Alexander of Epirus.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 30: Further activities of Philip V
Msp Chapter 31
Msp Chapter 33
Nwt Acts chapter 2
Nwt Acts chapter 7
Nwt Acts chapter 13
Nwt Letter to the Hebrews Chapter 3
Nwt Letter to the Hebrews Chapter 8
Nwt Letter to the Hebrews Chapter 11
Nwt Letter of Jude Chapter 1
Nwt Gospel of Matthew Chapter 2.
Nwt Revelations Chapter 11
Plt Antony Chapter 3: In Judea and Egypt
Plt Antony Chapter 37: Antony prepares an invasion in Parthia, but not enough.
Plt Antony Chapter 54: Octavia returns to Rome; Cleopatra crowned queen.
Plt Antony Chapter 56: Antony and Cleopatra go to Samos
Plt Antony Chapter 59: Mediation does not work
Plt Antony Chapter 69: Cleopatra tries to drag her fleet to the Red sea.
Plt Antony Chapter 71: His allies leave Antony; Cleopatra studies poisons
Plt Antony Chapter 72: Treason of Alexas
Plt Antony Chapter 73: Octavian tries to keep Cleopatra alive
Plt Antony Chapter 84: Cleopatra mourns at Antony's grave
Plt Caesar Chapter 45: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus (cont.)
Plt Caesar Chapter 48: Julius Caesar in Egypt
Plt Caesar Chapter 49: Julius Caesar in Egypt; siege of Alexandria
Plt Caesar Chapter 55: Caesar in Rome
Plt Galba Chapter 2: Start of the revolt
Plt Galba Chapter 14: Nymphidius Sabinus killed
Plt Lucullus Chapter 2: Lucullus assists Sulla
Plt Otho Chapter 15: Otho versus Vitellius; Otho decides for suicide
Plt Pompey Chapter 49: Problems with Clodius
Plt Pompey Chapter 76: Civil war: it is decided to go to Egypt
Plt Pompey Chapter 77: Civil war: Ptolemy decides on murder
Plt Pompey Chapter 80: Civil war: Caesar does not enjoy the murder
Stn Augustus, Chapter 17: Battle of Actium
Stn Augustus, Chapter 18: In Egypt.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 41: Further legislation.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 66: His friends.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 93: On religion.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 20: Public works.
Stn Domitian, Chapter 4: Entertainment
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 11: Further actions
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 35: Julius Caesar in Egypt
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 52: Julius Caesar and Cleopatra.
Stn Nero, Chapter 35: Further murders
Stn Nero, Chapter 47: Nero's last day
Stn Vespasian, Chapter 6: Revolt of Vespasian
Stn Vespasian, Chapter 7: Revolt of Vespasian (cont.)
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 27: The shield of Aeneas (cont.)
Vrg Book XI Chapter 10: Diomedes does not want to fight
Quotes:
There was a debate too about expelling the Egyptian and Jewish worship, and a resolution of the Senate was passed that four thousand of the freedmen class who were infected with those superstitions and were of military age should be transported to the island of Sardinia to quell the brigandage of the place, a cheap sacrifice should they die from the pestilential climate.
Ann Book II Chapter 85: On prostitution.

It has been thought expedient thus to keep under home control a province so difficult of access, so productive of corn, ever distracted, excitable, and restless through the superstition and licentiousness of its inhabitants, knowing nothing of laws, and unused to civil rule.
His Book I Chapter 11: Galba becomes emperor. Africa

The Egyptians worship many animals and image of monstrous form; the Jews have purely mental conceptions of Deity, as one in essence. They call those profane who make representations of God in human shape out of perishable materials. They believe that Being to be supreme and eternal, neither capable of representation, nor of decay. They therefore do not allow any images to stand in their cities, much less in their temples. This flattery is not paid to their kings, nor this honour to our Emperors.
His Book V Chapter 5: The Jews. Their religion according to Tacitus (cont.)

He abolished foreign cults, especially the Egyptian and the Jewish rites, compelling all who were addicted to such superstitions to burn their religious vestments and all their paraphernalia
Stn Tiberius Chapter 36: Foreign cults.


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