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History of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) by Livy

Translated by Rev. Canon Roberts

Chapter index of Book 04

Chapter 1: The intermarriage problem [445 BC]
Chapter 2: The intermarriage problem (Cont.) [445 BC]
Chapter 3: The intermarriage problem (Cont.) [445 BC]
Chapter 4: The intermarriage problem (Cont.) [445 BC]
Chapter 5: The intermarriage problem (Cont.) [445 BC]
Chapter 6: Institution of Consular Tribunes [445 BC]
Chapter 7: The first Consular Tribunes [444 BC]
Chapter 8: The Institution of the Censorship. [443 BC]
Chapter 9: The siege and Relief of Ardea. [443 BC]
Chapter 10: Siege and relief of Ardea (cont.) [443-2 BC]
Chapter 11: Ardea as a colony [441 BC]
Chapter 12: Famine [440 BC]
Chapter 13: The Treason and Death of Spurius Maelius. [440-39 BC]
Chapter 14: The Treason and Death of Spurius Maelius (Cont.) [439 BC]
Chapter 15: The Treason and Death of Spurius Maelius (Cont.) [439 BC]
Chapter 16: The Treason and Death of Spurius Maelius (Cont.) [439 BC]
Chapter 17: The Revolt of Fidenae. [438-7 BC]
Chapter 18: The Revolt of Fidenae (Cont.) [437 BC]
Chapter 19: The Revolt of Fidenae (Cont.) [437 BC]
Chapter 20: The Revolt of Fidenae. The death of Tolumnius [437 BC]
Chapter 21: Conquest of Fidenae. [436 BC]
Chapter 22: The Revolt of Fidenae. The End. [435 BC]
Chapter 23: War with Etruria. [434 BC]
Chapter 24: Limitation of the Censorship. [434 BC]
Chapter 25: Pestilence in Rome -- Plebeian Grievances. [433-2 BC]
Chapter 26: War with the Volscians and Aequi. [431 BC]
Chapter 27: War with the Volscians and Aequi. Cont. [431 BC]
Chapter 28: War with Aequi and Sabines. (Cont.) [431 BC]
Chapter 29: War with Aequi and Sabines. (Cont.) [431 BC]
Chapter 30: Truce with the Aequi -- Internal Affairs. [430-27 BC]
Chapter 31: War with Veii. [426 BC]
Chapter 32: Capture and Destruction of Fidenae [426 BC]
Chapter 33: Capture and Destruction of Fidenae (cont.) [426 BC]
Chapter 34: Capture and Destruction of Fidenae (cont.) [426 BC]
Chapter 35: Peace abroad -- Domestic Politics. [425-4 BC]
Chapter 36: Internal problems [424 BC]
Chapter 37: The seizure of Capua -- War with the Volscians. [423 BC]
Chapter 38: War with the Volscians. Tempanius. [423 BC]
Chapter 39: War with the Volscians. (Cont.) [423 BC]
Chapter 40: Excitement in Rome. [423 BC]
Chapter 41: War with the Volscians. Cont. [423 BC]
Chapter 42: Trial of Sempronius. [423-2 BC]
Chapter 43: War with the Aequi. [421 BC]
Chapter 44: Trial of Gaius Sempronius. [420 BC]
Chapter 45: War with the Aequi. [419-18 BC]
Chapter 46: War with the Aequi. Defeat of the Romans. [418 BC]
Chapter 47: Capture of Labici. [418-6 BC]
Chapter 48: Agrarian Proposals. [416 BC]
Chapter 49: Capture of Bolae -- Assassination of Postumius. [415-4 BC]
Chapter 50: War with the Volscians Capture of Ferentinum. [413 BC]
Chapter 51: Capture of Ferentinum [413 BC]
Chapter 52: Pestilence and Famine. [412-1 BC]
Chapter 53: Agrarian Disputes -- Capture of Carventum. [410 BC]
Chapter 54: The Plebeian Quaestors. [409 BC]
Chapter 55: War with Aequi and Volscians. [409 BC]
Chapter 56: Operations against the Volscians. [408 BC]
Chapter 57: War with Aequi and Volscians. [408-7 BC]
Chapter 58: War with Veii. Disaster at Verrugo. [407-6 BC]
Chapter 59: Capture of Anxur. [406 BC]
Chapter 60: Institution of Military Pay. [406 BC]
Chapter 61: Aequi and Volscians beaten. [405-4 BC]