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Ann Book I Chapter 3: Augustus' succession
Ann Book I Chapter 77: Trouble in the theatre
Ann Book II Chapter 36: On elections.
Ann Book III Chapter 2: The funeral of Germanicus
Ann Book III Chapter 4: The funeral of Germanicus (cont.)
Ann Book III Chapter 34: Wifes and campaigning (Cont.)
Ann Book IV Chapter 6: Tiberius' administration
Ann Book IV Chapter 19: Complot against Agrippina. Silius
Ann Book IV Chapter 40: Sejanus' ambition. Answer of Tiberius
Ann Book IV Chapter 70: Prosecutions for Majestas: Titius Sabinus (cont.)
Ann Book V Chapter 3: The complot against Agrippina proceeds
Ann Book VI Chapter 11: The deputy
Ann Book VI Chapter 13: High corn prices
Ann Book XI Chapter 5: Paying lawyers
Ann Book XI Chapter 19: Corbulo and Ganascus (cont.)
Ann Book XI Chapter 24: Gauls in the Senate? (cont.)
Ann Book XII Chapter 60: On the commissioners of the imperial treasury
Ann Book XII Chapter 64: Prodigies
Ann Book XIII Chapter 11: More decisions
Ann Book XIII Chapter 27: Misconduct of the freedmen (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 48: Conflict in Puteoli
Ann Book XIV Chapter 21: Nero as an artist (cont.)
Ann Book XV Chapter 20: Thrasea on laws
Ann Book XV Chapter 21: Thrasea on laws (Cont.)
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
Dbg Book I Chapter 4: The conspiration of Orgetorix. The End.
Dbg Book I Chapter 17: March of the Helvetii. Liscus speaks.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 20: The Gauls: their magistrates.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 22: The Germans: their agriculture.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 23: The Germans: their wars.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 32: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Discord among the Adui.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 33: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Convictolitanis king of the Adui.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 39: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Eporedirix informs Caesar.
His Book I Chapter 47: Revolt of Otho. Appointment of Otho
His Book I Chapter 63: Revolt of Vitellius. Massacre at Divodurum
His Book I Chapter 66: Revolt of Vitellius. Vienna
His Book III Chapter 86: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. On Vitellius
His Book IV Chapter 6: Death of Thrasea Paetus
His Book IV Chapter 7: Envoys to Vespasian
His Book IV Chapter 39: Scribonianus does not want to become emperor
His Book IV Chapter 41: Self-censure of the Senate
His Book IV Chapter 45: Patruitus in Sena
His Book IV Chapter 53: Vespasian emperor. The Capitol is rebuilt
Hor Book I Chapter 17: Disputes as to his Successor.
Hor Book II Chapter 1: The New Settlement.
Hor Book II Chapter 22: War with the Volscians.
Hor Book II Chapter 28: Secession of the Plebs and The fifth Sabine war (Cont.)
Hor Book II Chapter 33: League with the Latins
Hor Book II Chapter 34: Famine
Hor Book II Chapter 36: Latinius and the games.
Hor Book II Chapter 44: War of Rome and Veii.
Hor Book II Chapter 56: The Publilian Law
Hor Book III Chapter 6: Pestilence in Rome.
Hor Book III Chapter 32: Pestilence in Rome.
Hor Book III Chapter 36: The Second Decemvirate (Cont.)
Hor Book III Chapter 38: War with the Sabines.
Hor Book III Chapter 39: Valerius and Horatius.
Hor Book III Chapter 40: The Second Decemvirate. Discussions in the Senate
Hor Book III Chapter 52: To the Sacred Mountain.
Hor Book III Chapter 53: The Sacred Mountain.
Hor Book III Chapter 55: New Laws proposed by the Consuls.
Hor Book III Chapter 56: The case of Appius Claudius.
Hor Book III Chapter 59: Moderation.
Hor Book III Chapter 64: Elections.
Hor Book III Chapter 67: Speech of Titus Quinctius.
Hor Book III Chapter 71: Decision of the Roman People respecting the Domain of Corioli
Hor Book IV Chapter 5: The intermarriage problem (Cont.)
Hor Book IV Chapter 7: The first Consular Tribunes
Hor Book IV Chapter 8: The Institution of the Censorship.
Hor Book IV Chapter 9: The siege and Relief of Ardea.
Hor Book IV Chapter 13: The Treason and Death of Spurius Maelius.
Hor Book IV Chapter 20: The Revolt of Fidenae. The death of Tolumnius
Hor Book IV Chapter 46: War with the Aequi. Defeat of the Romans.
Hor Book IV Chapter 56: Operations against the Volscians.
Hor Book V Chapter 1: Veii elects a king.
Hor Book V Chapter 2: War in the winter. Speech of Appius Claudius.
Hor Book V Chapter 6: War with Veii. Speech of Appius Claudius. Cont.
Hor Book V Chapter 7: War with Veii. Flames to the Vineae.
Hor Book V Chapter 9: War with Veii. New Consular Tribunes.
Hor Book V Chapter 17: War with Veii. Cont.
Hor Book V Chapter 27: The Master of Falerii.
Hor Book V Chapter 29: Domestic Politics.
Hor Book V Chapter 31: Various Wars.
Hor Book V Chapter 32: War with Volsinians and Salpinates. Banishment of Camillus.
Hor Book V Chapter 46: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus appointed dictator.
Hor Book VI Chapter 11: The Treason of Marcus Manlius Capitolinus.
Hor Book VI Chapter 19: The Treason of Marcus Manlius Capitolinus. The Senate deliberates
Hor Book VI Chapter 27: Unrest in the City -- War with Praeneste.
Hor Book VI Chapter 40: Speech of Appius Claudius
Hor Book VI Chapter 41: Speech of Appius Claudius (Cont.)
Hor Book VII Chapter 1: Pestilence in Rome.
Hor Book VII Chapter 31: War with Samnites. The war declared.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 6: The Revolt of the Latins and Campanians. The war begins.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 18: Roman Matrons Guilty of Poisoning.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 27: Revolt of the Lucanians.
Hor Book IX Chapter 7: War with the Samnites. The Reception in Rome.
Hor Book IX Chapter 9: War with the Samnites. Speech of Postumius.
Hor Book IX Chapter 18: Comparison continued.
Hor Book IX Chapter 20: New alliances.
Hor Book IX Chapter 24: War with Samnites. Capture of Sora.
Hor Book IX Chapter 33: Appius Claudius prolongs his Censorship in defiance of the Law.
Hor Book IX Chapter 43: Subjugation of the Hernicans and Aequi -- Peace with the Samnites
Hor Book XXI Chapter 3: Hannibal to succeed Hasdrubal
Hor Book XXI Chapter 20: Rome looks for allies in Gaul
Hor Book XXII Chapter 1: A cold spring for Hannibal and bad omens for Rome
Hor Book XXII Chapter 7: Consequenses of the battle.
Hor Book XXII Chapter 55: Fabius takes the lead.
Hor Book XXII Chapter 56: Sicily attacked
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 4: Towards treason
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 7: Decius Magius does not agree
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 24: Postumius defeated and killed in Gaul
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 39: Pinarius keeps Enna.
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 47: Arpi taken; a fire in Rome.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 1: On Titus Pomponius Veientanus
Hor Book XXV Chapter 4: Posthumius convicted.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 41: Marcellus wins. Elections in Rome.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 2: A letter of Marcius; Gnaeus Fuvius on trial.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 9: The marches of Hannibal and Fulvius. Panic in Rome.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 16: The fate of Capua.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 18: Scipio elected as proconsul for Spain.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 34: The inhabitants of Capua are punished.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 36: Laevinus says the leading people should set an example, which happens.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 6: Elections
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 24: Trouble in Etruria
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 29: Philip V against Machanidas
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 50: The news arrives in Rome
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 24: Scipio ill; the Romans in Sucro revolt
Msp Chapter 8
Msp Chapter 9
Msp Chapter 15
Msp Chapter 16
Msp Chapter 18
Msp Chapter 20
Nwt Acts chapter 16
Nwt Gospel of Luke Chapter 12.
Nwt Letter of Paul to Titus Chapter 3
Plt Antony Chapter 8: Pharsalia
Plt Antony Chapter 15: Antony rules Rome
Plt Antony Chapter 21: The triumphirate is not popular.
Plt Aemilius Chapter 24: Supernatural traveling of news
Plt Aemilius Chapter 36: The death of Perseus
Plt Caesar Chapter 33: Civil war: the start
Plt Caesar Chapter 61: Did Caesar want to become king? The Lupercalia
Plt Camillus, chapter 1: Introduction
Plt Camillus, chapter 9: The gift for Apollo
Plt Camillus, chapter 10: War with the Faliscans
Plt Camillus, chapter 26: Camillus and the Ardeans defeat the Gauls
Plt Camillus, chapter 36: War with the Volscians, Aequi and Latins: Tutula
Plt Camillus, chapter 41: The Tusculans
Plt Camillus, chapter 46: Pestilence and death of Camillus
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 16: Corn is imported. Coriolanus wants the tribunate to be removed
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 23: He goes to Tullus Aufidius. They become allies
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 25: His message is observed
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 27: The Volscians, lead by Coriolanus, are very successful
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 37: Veturia and Volumnia are honoured
Plt Fabius, Chapter 17: Reaction of Hannibal and in Rome
Plt Fabius, Chapter 18: Rome recovers
Plt Marcellus Chapter 4: Omens; Flaminius defeats the Gauls.
Plt Marcellus Chapter 12: Marcellus defeats Hannibal again
Plt Marcellus Chapter 24: Marcellus against Hannibal
Plt Otho Chapter 5: Otho versus Vitellius; the armies
Plt Otho Chapter 6: Otho versus Vitellius; the siege of Placentia
Plt Pompey Chapter 58: Preliminaries to the civil war
Plt Pompey Chapter 60: Civil war: Caesar crosses the Rubicon
Plt Pompey Chapter 61: Civil war: Pompey leaves Rome
Plt Romulus, chapter 16: Rape of the Sabine Women
Stn Augustus, Chapter 28: Augustus introduces the Principate
Stn Augustus, Chapter 30: The internal affairs of Rome
Stn Augustus, Chapter 36: Further political measures.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 43: On spectacles.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 45: His personal interest.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 46: The population of Rome.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 47: On provinces.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 56: His modesty (cont.)
Stn Augustus, Chapter 89: His literature.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 100: His funeral.
Stn Caligula, Chapter 16: Caligula as a good emperor (cont.)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 18: Caligula as a good emperor (cont.)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 26: Caligula as a monster (Cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 12: Illness and death of Tiberius
Stn Claudius, Chapter 18: His care of the city.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 23: Administration of justice (cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 44: Death of Claudius
Stn Claudius, Chapter 46: Death of Claudius. Presages.
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 23: The Gallic War
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 41: Julius Caesar Dictator
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 76: Julius Caesar Dictator. His pride.
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 84: The funeral of Julius Caesar (cont.)
Stn Nero, Chapter 22: Nero as a driver
Stn Tiberius Chapter 30: A modest start (cont.)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 31: A modest start (cont.)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 32: A modest start (cont.)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 33: Subtle changes.
Stn Vitellius, Chapter 15: Revolt of Vespasian