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History of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) by Livy

Translated by Rev. Canon Roberts

Chapter index of Book 03

Chapter 1: Colonists sent to Antium. [467 BC]
Chapter 2: War with the Aequi and Volscians. [466-5 BC]
Chapter 3: War of Aequi and Volscians (Cont.) [465 BC]
Chapter 4: War of Aequi and Volscians (Cont.) [464 BC]
Chapter 5: War of Aequi and Volscians Cont. [464 BC]
Chapter 6: Pestilence in Rome. [463 BC]
Chapter 7: War against Aequi and Volscians (Cont.) [463 BC]
Chapter 8: Great Defeat of the Volscians. [462 BC]
Chapter 9: The Terentilian Law. [462 BC]
Chapter 10: New war against Aequi and Volscians [462-1 BC]
Chapter 11: Quinctius Caeso's opposition. [461 BC]
Chapter 12: The Trial of Caeso. [461 BC]
Chapter 13: The Exile of Caeso. [461 BC]
Chapter 14: The Terentilian Law again. [461 BC]
Chapter 15: The Capitol surprised and taken. [460 BC]
Chapter 16: The Capitol taken. [460 BC]
Chapter 17: Speech of Publius Valerius. [460 BC]
Chapter 18: Recovering the Capitol. [460 BC]
Chapter 19: The Terentilian Law -- Fresh Troubles. [460 BC]
Chapter 20: The levy of Lucius Quinctius [460 BC]
Chapter 21: Re-elections. [459 BC]
Chapter 22: War with the Volscians and Aequi [458 BC]
Chapter 23: War with the Volscians and Aequi. Tusculum [458 BC]
Chapter 24: Internal Disturbances -- Peace concluded with the Aequi. [458 BC]
Chapter 25: War with the Aequi and Sabines. [458 BC]
Chapter 26: War with the Aequi and Sabines. Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus [458 BC]
Chapter 27: War with the Aequi and Sabines. (Cont.) [458 BC]
Chapter 28: War with the Aequi and Sabines. (Cont.) [458 BC]
Chapter 29: End of war with the Aequi and Sabines. [458 BC]
Chapter 30: War against Sabines and Aequi. The number of Plebeian Tribune [457 BC]
Chapter 31: War with the Aequi. [456-4 BC]
Chapter 32: Pestilence in Rome. [454-2 BC]
Chapter 33: The Decemvirate. [451 BC]
Chapter 34: The Laws of the Ten Tables. [451 BC]
Chapter 35: The Second Decemvirate. [451-0 BC]
Chapter 36: The Second Decemvirate (Cont.) [450 BC]
Chapter 37: The Second Decemvirate (Cont.) [450 BC]
Chapter 38: War with the Sabines. [450 BC]
Chapter 39: Valerius and Horatius. [450 BC]
Chapter 40: The Second Decemvirate. Discussions in the Senate [450 BC]
Chapter 41: The Second Decemvirate (Cont.) [450 BC]
Chapter 42: War with the Aequi and the Sabines [450 BC]
Chapter 43: The Assassination of Siccius. [450 BC]
Chapter 44: The Story of Virginia [450 BC]
Chapter 45: The Judgement [450 BC]
Chapter 46: The Case of Verginia [450 BC]
Chapter 47: Verginia a slave. [450 BC]
Chapter 48: The death of Verginia. [450 BC]
Chapter 49: The downfall of Appius Claudius [450 BC]
Chapter 50: Secession of the Plebs. Fall of the Decemvirs. [450 BC]
Chapter 51: Fall of the Decemvirs. [450 BC]
Chapter 52: To the Sacred Mountain. [450 BC]
Chapter 53: The Sacred Mountain. [450 BC]
Chapter 54: End of the Second Secession. [450 BC]
Chapter 55: New Laws proposed by the Consuls. [449 BC]
Chapter 56: The case of Appius Claudius. [449 BC]
Chapter 57: The case of Appius Claudius (Cont.) [449 BC]
Chapter 58: Suicide of Appius and Spurius Oppius [449 BC]
Chapter 59: Moderation. [449 BC]
Chapter 60: War with the Sabines, Aequi, and Volscians. [449 BC]
Chapter 61: Aequi and Volscians beaten. [449 BC]
Chapter 62: The Battle with the Sabines. [449 BC]
Chapter 63: The Sabines beaten. [449 BC]
Chapter 64: Elections. [449 BC]
Chapter 65: Fresh Internal Dissensions. [449-7 BC]
Chapter 66: War with Aequi and Volscians. [446 BC]
Chapter 67: Speech of Titus Quinctius. [446 BC]
Chapter 68: Speech of Titus Quinctius (Cont.) [446 BC]
Chapter 69: War with Aequi and Volscians. The levy. [446 BC]
Chapter 70: War with Aequi and Volscians. The battle. [446 BC]
Chapter 71: Decision of the Roman People respecting the Domain of Corioli [446 BC]
Chapter 72: The quarrel between Aricia and Ardea. [446 BC]