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List of used abbreviations:
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.
Ann Book I Chapter 11: The start of Tiberius(cont.)
Ann Book I Chapter 19: Revolt in Pannonia. An envoy to the emperor
Ann Book I Chapter 30: Revolt in Pannonia. The end
Ann Book I Chapter 35: Revolt in Germania. Discussions
Ann Book I Chapter 40: Revolt in Germania. Agrippina leaves the camp
Ann Book I Chapter 42: Revolt in Germania. Speech of Germanicus
Ann Book I Chapter 43: Revolt in Germania. Speech of Germanicus (cont.)
Ann Book I Chapter 58: War with the Germans. Speech of Segestes
Ann Book I Chapter 76: Further events
Ann Book II Chapter 14: War with the Germans. An assembly.
Ann Book II Chapter 55: Germanicus goes East. Piso too.
Ann Book II Chapter 71: Illness and death of Germanicus. He asks for revenge.
Ann Book II Chapter 87: On corn prices.
Ann Book III Chapter 6: The funeral of Germanicus (cont.)
Ann Book III Chapter 16: The process against Piso. The cause of his death
Ann Book III Chapter 23: The process against Lepida (Cont.)
Ann Book III Chapter 24: Decimus Silanus
Ann Book III Chapter 26: On laws
Ann Book III Chapter 34: Wifes and campaigning (Cont.)
Ann Book III Chapter 48: Death of Quirinus
Ann Book III Chapter 54: Against luxury (cont.)
Ann Book III Chapter 61: Sanctuaries in Greece: Ephesus
Ann Book III Chapter 62: Sanctuaries in Greece: Magnesia, Aphrodisia, Stratonicea and Cyprus
Ann Book III Chapter 63: Sanctuaries in Greece: Pergamus, Smyrna, Tenos, Miletus, Crete
Ann Book III Chapter 64: Illness of Livia
Ann Book III Chapter 68: Prosecutions for Majestas: Silanus(cont.)
Ann Book III Chapter 70: Prosecutions for Majestas: Ennius
Ann Book IV Chapter 1: Seianus ambition. His background
Ann Book IV Chapter 27: A new slave-war
Ann Book IV Chapter 34: Prosecutions for Majestas. Cordus
Ann Book IV Chapter 36: Salvianus versus Marius
Ann Book IV Chapter 37: No temple for Tiberius in Spain
Ann Book IV Chapter 38: No temple for Tiberius in Spain (cont.)
Ann Book IV Chapter 42: Prosecutions for Majestas: Votienus
Ann Book IV Chapter 52: Complot against Agrippina. Prosecution of Claudia Pulchra
Ann Book IV Chapter 56: Embassies from Asia (cont.)
Ann Book VI Chapter 3: Gallio and Paconianus
Ann Book VI Chapter 18: The fall of Sejanus. Further consequences (cont.)
Ann Book VI Chapter 26: Suicide of Nerva
Ann Book XI Chapter 23: Gauls in the Senate?
Ann Book XII Chapter 6: Claudius marries again. The Senate
Ann Book XII Chapter 11: Problems in Parthia (cont.)
Ann Book XII Chapter 23: The boundaries of Rome
Ann Book XII Chapter 25: Claudius adopts Nero
Ann Book XII Chapter 60: On the commissioners of the imperial treasury
Ann Book XII Chapter 69: Death of Claudius. Nero emperor
Ann Book XIII Chapter 19: Charges against Agrippina
Ann Book XIII Chapter 34: War between Armenia/Rome and Iberia/Parthia (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 41: War between Armenia/Rome and Iberia/Parthia (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 57: Events in the North. Chatti and Hermunduri
Ann Book XIV Chapter 22: Omens and Plautus
Ann Book XIV Chapter 31: Further problems in Britain. The Iceni revolt
Ann Book XV Chapter 74: The conspiracy of Piso. Thanksgivings
Ann Book XVI Chapter 21: Death of Thrasea Paetus
Ann Book XVI Chapter 22: Death of Thrasea Paetus (cont.)
Ann Book XVI Chapter 25: Death of Thrasea Paetus (cont.)
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
Dbg Book II Chapter 31: War with the Belgae. Embassadors.
Dbg Book V Chapter 6: Caesar in Britain. Dumnorix.
Ger Chapter 3: Hercules and Ulysses
Ger Chapter 10: Omens and divining
Ger Chapter 45: Aestyans, amber and Sitones
His Book II Chapter 61: Revolt of Mariccus
His Book II Chapter 91: Revolt of Vespasian. Vitellius rules
His Book III Chapter 33: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Destruction of Cremona
His Book IV Chapter 48: Lucius Piso murdered
His Book IV Chapter 53: Vespasian emperor. The Capitol is rebuilt
His Book IV Chapter 55: The Batavian Uprise. The revolt spreads
His Book IV Chapter 81: Vespasian emperor. Vespasian as a healer
His Book IV Chapter 82: Vespasian emperor. Vespasian visits the sanctuary of Serapis
His Book V Chapter 5: The Jews. Their religion according to Tacitus (cont.)
Hor Book I Chapter 7: Death of Remus. The Legend of Hercules and Cacus.
Hor Book I Chapter 9: The Rape of the Sabines.
Hor Book I Chapter 15: War with Veii.
Hor Book I Chapter 18: Numa Pompilius elected King.
Hor Book I Chapter 20: Numa's Religious Institutions. (Cont.)
Hor Book I Chapter 38: Surrender of Collatia. Conquest of Latium. Undertakings in Rome.
Hor Book I Chapter 41: The Accession of Servius.
Hor Book I Chapter 51: Death of Turnus Herdonius.
Hor Book I Chapter 55: Public Works in Rome.
Hor Book II Chapter 5: Brutus and his sons.
Hor Book II Chapter 20: The Battle at Lake Regillus (Cont.)
Hor Book II Chapter 36: Latinius and the games.
Hor Book II Chapter 42: War with the Volscians and Aequi -- The Agrarian Law.
Hor Book II Chapter 62: War with the Sabines, Aequi, and Volscians.
Hor Book IV Chapter 2: The intermarriage problem (Cont.)
Hor Book V Chapter 14: Elections.
Hor Book V Chapter 15: War with Veii. The Rise of the Alban Lake. Mission to Delphi.
Hor Book V Chapter 30: To Veii?
Hor Book V Chapter 43: Invasion of the Gauls. Unsuccessful Attack on the Citadel.
Hor Book V Chapter 46: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus appointed dictator.
Hor Book V Chapter 49: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus saves Rome.
Hor Book V Chapter 50: Invasion of the Gauls. The Rebuilding of Rome -- Regulations
Hor Book V Chapter 51: The Speech of Camillus against migrating to Veii.
Hor Book V Chapter 52: The Speech of Camillus against migrating to Veii. Cont.
Hor Book VI Chapter 1: Proceedings in the Senate
Hor Book VII Chapter 6: The Sacrifice of Marcus Curtius. War with the Hernici.
Hor Book VII Chapter 30:The Appeal of the Campanians.
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 11: The Revolt of the Latins and Campanians. The end.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 23: War with Samnites declared.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 34: Papirius and Fabius. Speech of Papirius
Hor Book IX Chapter 1: War with the Samnites. Speech of Pontius.
Hor Book IX Chapter 8: War with the Samnites. Discussion in the Senate.
Hor Book IX Chapter 18: Comparison continued.
Hor Book IX Chapter 34: Speech of Sempronius.
Hor Book X Chapter 8: The Ogulnian Law (Cont.)
Hor Book X Chapter 36: Battle of Luceria (Cont.)
Hor Book X Chapter 40: The Battle of Aquilonia. Omens.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 22: Hasdrubal gets Spain
Hor Book XXII Chapter 11: First actions of the dictator
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 11: Mago reports in Carthage
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 11: Hannibal retreats.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 19: Scipio goes to Spain.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 33: Complaints of the Capuans.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 17: Scipio wins allies in Spain
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 29: Speech of Scipio to the soldiers; the leaders are executed
Nwt Second letter of Peter Chapter 1
Nwt Letter to the Hebrews Chapter 9
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 5: 223-319 Ulysses and Circe
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 14: 581-608 The deification of Aeneas
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 1: 1-59 Myscelus: the founding of Crotona
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 15: 622-744 Aesculapius, the god, saves Rome from plague
Plt Aemilius Chapter 18: Perseus leaves the battle-field
Plt Aemilius Chapter 26: Speech of Aemilius
Plt Aemilius Chapter 35: Aemilius speaks of his ill fortune
Plt Camillus, chapter 3: The Alban Lake
Plt Camillus, chapter 6: The image of Juno crried to Rome
Plt Camillus, chapter 8: To Veii?
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 25: His message is observed
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 32: An embassy of priests is sent
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 33: The women of Rome appeal to Veturia and Volumnia
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 38: Religious considerations
Plt Fabius, Chapter 4: Fabius dictator. His religious acts
Plt Fabius, Chapter 17: Reaction of Hannibal and in Rome
Plt Galba Chapter 23: Piso selected as Galba's successor
Plt Galba Chapter 25: The revolt of Otho (cont.)
Plt Lucullus Chapter 3: Het lets Mithridates escape
Plt Lucullus Chapter 13: Mithridates escapes to Pontus
Plt Marcellus Chapter 17: Siege of Syracuse. Archimedes(cont.)
Plt Marcellus Chapter 30:
Plt Numa, chapter 2: Death and Apotheosis of Romulus
Plt Numa, chapter 3: Election of Numa as king. His life before
Plt Numa, chapter 4: Election of Numa as king. Contact with the gods
Plt Numa, chapter 6: Election of Numa as king. He is persuaded
Plt Numa, chapter 7: Election of Numa as king. He is crowned
Plt Numa, chapter 9: Religious reforms by Numa: Priests and Vestals
Plt Numa, chapter 14: Dialogue with Jupiter
Plt Numa, chapter 15: Other regulations
Plt Numa, chapter 20: No war during the reign of Numa.
Plt Pompey Chapter 42: The heritage of Mithridates. Pompey returns to Rome
Plt Pompey Chapter 75: Civil war: Pompey meets Cratippus
Plt Publicola, chapter 6: The sons of Brutus are executed
Plt Publicola, chapter 9: Brutus kills Aruns in battle
Plt Publicola, chapter 13: The wonder-chariot
Plt Romulus, chapter 7: The Foundation of Rome (cont.)
Plt Romulus, chapter 11: Who will be king?
Plt Romulus, chapter 27: Plague and purification.
Plt Romulus, chapter 31: Romulus becomes divine.
Plt Romulus, chapter 32: Other disappearences and the after-life
Stn Augustus, Chapter 79: His appearance.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 96: Omens in his wars.
Stn Caligula, Chapter 22: The Divine Caligula.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 11: Claudius becomes emperor.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 13: Conspiracies.
Stn Domitian, Chapter 13: Master and God
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 1: Julius Caesar and Cornelia.
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 84: The funeral of Julius Caesar (cont.)
Stn Nero, Chapter 21: Nero as an artist (cont.)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 14: Tiberius on Rhodes (cont.)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 63: Politics.
Stn Titus, Chapter 8: His generosity
Stn Titus, Chapter 10: His death
Vrg Book I Chapter 16: Venus asks Jupiter his plans
Vrg Book I Chapter 19: Jupiter sends Mercury to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 22: Venus tells Aeneas about Dido's life
Vrg Book I Chapter 23: Aeneas tells Venus about his wanderings
Vrg Book I Chapter 25: Venus disappears
Vrg Book I Chapter 27: The temple of Juno, with images of the Trojan war
Vrg Book I Chapter 33: Aeneas is revealed
Vrg Book I Chapter 36: Venus sents Cupid to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 37: A feast
Vrg Book II Chapter 2: The Wooden Horse is built
Vrg Book II Chapter 8: Sinon about the Wooden horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 25: Venus advises Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 26: Aeneas leaves Troy
Vrg Book III Chapter 2: Omens
Vrg Book III Chapter 6: Answer of Apollo
Vrg Book III Chapter 9: Aeneas is sent to Hesperia
Vrg Book III Chapter 10: Prophecy of Celaeno the Harpy
Vrg Book III Chapter 11: To Leucate
Vrg Book III Chapter 14: The story of Andromache
Vrg Book III Chapter 17: Prophecy of Helenus (cont.)
Vrg Book III Chapter 27: Anchises dies
Vrg Book III Chapter 28: Aeneas ends his tale
Vrg Book IV Chapter 1: Dido falls in love
Vrg Book IV Chapter 9: Prayer of Iarbas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 16: Aeneas prepares for take off
Vrg Book IV Chapter 28: Iris helps her die
Vrg Book V Chapter 3: Celebration of Anchises' death
Vrg Book V Chapter 23: Juno sends Iris to cause trouble
Vrg Book V Chapter 27: Nautes advises Aeneas
Vrg Book V Chapter 32: Neptune promises a safe journey to Italy
Vrg Book VI Chapter 4: Apollo answers through the Sibyl
Vrg Book VI Chapter 11: Song of the Sibyl
Vrg Book VI Chapter 15: Aeneas meets Palinurus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 18: The other side: Dido
Vrg Book VI Chapter 20: Deiphobus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 25: The Elysian fields
Vrg Book VI Chapter 30: The future is described
Vrg Book VII Chapter 6: Explanation of the omens
Vrg Book VII Chapter 8: Aeneas thanks the Gods
Vrg Book VII Chapter 13: The omens are considered
Vrg Book VII Chapter 19: Reply of Turnus
Vrg Book VII Chapter 24: The people want war
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 4: Aeneas thanks Tiberinus
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 6: Aeneas visits Evander (cont.)
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 8: Reply of Evander
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 10: The tale of Hercules and Cacus
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 15: Rome is shown
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 24: To Tarchon
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 25: Venus gives Aeneas his new armoury
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 26: The shield of Aeneas
Vrg Book IX Chapter 4: Sacred origin of Aeneas' ships
Vrg Book IX Chapter 5: Aeneas' ships are changed into nymphs
Vrg Book IX Chapter 8: Nisus has a plan
Vrg Book IX Chapter 23: Apollo warns Ascanius
Vrg Book X Chapter 3: Reaction of Juno
Vrg Book X Chapter 10: Arrival of Aeneas
Vrg Book X Chapter 20: Pallas against Turnus
Vrg Book XI Chapter 9: Council of Latinus
Vrg Book XI Chapter 21: Camilla devoted to Diana
Vrg Book XI Chapter 24: Camilla's army
Vrg Book XI Chapter 30: Arruns killed
Vrg Book XII Chapter 7: Juno speaks to Juturna
Vrg Book XII Chapter 8: The sacrifice is prepared
Vrg Book XII Chapter 13: The fight is renewed
Vrg Book XII Chapter 15: Aeneas wounded, Turnus kills
Vrg Book XII Chapter 20: More deaths
Vrg Book XII Chapter 24: Discourse of Turnus and Juturna
Vrg Book XII Chapter 28: Turnus' sword breaks
Vrg Book XII Chapter 31: Jupiter and Juno agree on Rome's future
Vrg Book XII Chapter 33: Juturna withdraws

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