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Parallel Lives by Plutarch


Chapter index of Camillus

Camillus, chapter 1: Introduction
Camillus, chapter 2: Soldier and censor [432-430 BC]
Camillus, chapter 3: The Alban Lake [398 BC]
Camillus, chapter 4: Oracles around the Alban Lake [398 BC]
Camillus, chapter 5: Veii taken [396 BC]
Camillus, chapter 6: The image of Juno crried to Rome [396 BC]
Camillus, chapter 7: The triumph of Camillus [396 BC]
Camillus, chapter 8: To Veii? [396 BC]
Camillus, chapter 9: The gift for Apollo [396 BC]
Camillus, chapter 10: War with the Faliscans [395 BC]
Camillus, chapter 11: The Schoolmaster of Falerii [395 BC]
Camillus, chapter 12: Camillus is hated. [395 BC]
Camillus, chapter 13: Camillus in exile [391 BC]
Camillus, chapter 14: Camillus fined [391 B]
Camillus, chapter 15: The vision of Caedicus [391 BC]
Camillus, chapter 16: The Gauls enter Italy [397? BC]
Camillus, chapter 17: The Gauls settle in the North of Italy [397? BC]
Camillus, chapter 18: The Gauls threaten Clusium. The Fabii. [391 BC]
Camillus, chapter 19: The Fabii made military tribunes [391 BC]
Camillus, chapter 20: The Battle of the Allia [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 21: Relation date and event [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 22: The Vestal Virgins flee [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 23: Albinius helps the Vestal Virgins [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 24: Rome taken by the Gauls [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 25: The inhabitants of Rome are killed by the Gauls [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 26: Camillus and the Ardeans defeat the Gauls [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 27: Camillus made dictator [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 28: The Gauls discover how to climb the Capitol Hill [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 29: The Gauls attack the Capitol, but are defeated [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 30: The Capitol nearly surrendered. [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 31: Camillus saves Rome [390 BC]
Camillus, chapter 32: To Veii? [389 BC]
Camillus, chapter 33: The Holy places are discovered [389 BC]
Camillus, chapter 34: Reconstruct Rome? [389 BC]
Camillus, chapter 35: Rome wil be reconstructed [389 BC]
Camillus, chapter 36: War with the Volscians, Aequi and Latins: Tutula [389 BC]
Camillus, chapter 37: War with the Volscians, Aequi and Latins: an other version. [389 BC]
Camillus, chapter 38: Sutrium conquered twice on one day. [389 BC]
Camillus, chapter 39: Treason and death of Manlius Capitolinus [385 BC]
Camillus, chapter 40: Wars with the Volscians and Latins [383 BC]
Camillus, chapter 41: The Tusculans [383 BC]
Camillus, chapter 42: Internal problems [375-369 BC]
Camillus, chapter 43: War with the Gauls [367 BC]
Camillus, chapter 44: War with the Gauls (cont.) [367 BC]
Camillus, chapter 45: Internal problems [367 BC]
Camillus, chapter 46: Pestilence and death of Camillus [365 BC]