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Ann Book I Chapter 53: Death of Julia and Gracchus
Ann Book I Chapter 81: Consular elections
Ann Book II Chapter 34: Piso and Urgulania.
Ann Book II Chapter 72: Illness and death of Germanicus. His death.
Ann Book II Chapter 87: On corn prices.
Ann Book III Chapter 13: The process against Piso (Cont.)
Ann Book IV Chapter 1: Seianus ambition. His background
Ann Book IV Chapter 20: Complot against Agrippina. Silius (cont.)
Ann Book IV Chapter 31: Prosecutions for Majestas. Cominius, Suillius and Firmius
Ann Book VI Chapter 5: The fall of Sejanus. Further consequences
Ann Book XI Chapter 13: Claudius invents new letters.
Ann Book XIII Chapter 1: Death of Silanus
Ann Book XIV Chapter 45: Murder of Pedanius Secundus. His slaves are executed
Ann Book XV Chapter 63: Death of Seneca (cont.)
Ann Book XVI Chapter 5: Danger of a performance. Vespasian
Dbg Book VII Chapter 77: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Speech of Critognatus.
Gth Chapter 3: About Scandza.
Gth Chapter 5: About Scythia.
Gth Chapter 24: Origin of the Huns.
Gth Chapter 26: Visigoths versus Valens.
Gth Chapter 31: Athavulf.
Gth Chapter 36: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Preliminaries.
Gth Chapter 43: Huns against Visigoths.
His Book I Chapter 46: Revolt of Otho. Appointments
His Book II Chapter 63: Vitellius emperor (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 42: Complot against Crassus and Orfitus
His Book IV Chapter 45: Patruitus in Sena
His Book IV Chapter 74: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Cerialis (cont.)
Hor Book I Chapter 53: Conquest of Gabii.
Hor Book II Chapter 30: War against Sabines and Aequi
Hor Book II Chapter 52: Impeachments by the Tribunes of the Plebs.
Hor Book III Chapter 9: The Terentilian Law.
Hor Book III Chapter 36: The Second Decemvirate (Cont.)
Hor Book III Chapter 57: The case of Appius Claudius (Cont.)
Hor Book IV Chapter 29: War with Aequi and Sabines. (Cont.)
Hor Book V Chapter 2: War in the winter. Speech of Appius Claudius.
Hor Book VII Chapter 5: Impeachment of Manlius (cont.)
Hor Book VII Chapter 11: War with the Tiburtines.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 37: Samnites, Apulians and Tusculum.
Hor Book IX Chapter 1: War with the Samnites. Speech of Pontius.
Hor Book IX Chapter 18: Comparison continued.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 14: Saguntum taken
Hor Book XXI Chapter 44: Preparations for battle.
Hor Book XXII Chapter 50: A few Romans fight their way through the enemy
Hor Book XXV Chapter 28: Syracuse capitulates.
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 22: Astapa attacked
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 25: Scipio recovers
Msp Chapter 33
Nwt Letter to the Hebrews Chapter 11
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 2: 123-381 The debate over the arms: Ulysses speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 6: 481-575 Hecuba's lament and transformation
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 1: 1-74 The transformation of Scylla
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 4: 154-222 Macareus meets Achaemenides again
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 17: 698-771 Anaxarete and Iphis
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 2: 60-142 Pythagoras' Teachings: Vegetarianism
Plt Camillus, chapter 18: The Gauls threaten Clusium. The Fabii.
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 13: Further internal troubles
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 16: Corn is imported. Coriolanus wants the tribunate to be removed
Plt Coriolanus, Chapter 24: Titus Latinius
Plt Galba Chapter 10: Galba and Verginius
Plt Galba Chapter 17: Galba is cruel
Plt Marcellus Chapter 3: The Gauls. Revolt of the Insubrians
Plt Pompey Chapter 1: His father
Plt Romulus, chapter 2: Origin of the name Rome and of Romulus.
Plt Romulus, chapter 3: Birth of Romulus and Remus
Stn Caligula, Chapter 30: Caligula as a monster (Cont.)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 32: Caligula as a monster (Cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 34: His cruelty.
Stn Domitian, Chapter 3: Domitian's first years as the emperor
Stn Domitian, Chapter 10: His cruelty
Stn Domitian, Chapter 11: His cruelty (cont.)
Stn Nero, Chapter 4: Nero's grandfather
Stn Tiberius Chapter 23: The will of Augustus
Stn Tiberius Chapter 57: Further cruelties.
Stn Tiberius Chapter 59: A poem about all of it.
Stn Tiberius Chapter 61: Further cruelties.
Vrg Book I Chapter 25: Venus disappears
Vrg Book II Chapter 6: Sinon tells his tale
Vrg Book II Chapter 9: Death of Laocoon
Vrg Book II Chapter 12: Dream of Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 15: Aeneas gathers a group of Trojans
Vrg Book II Chapter 27: Aeneas finds his father
Vrg Book IV Chapter 2: Anna's reply
Vrg Book IV Chapter 14: Aeneas refers her to the gods
Vrg Book IV Chapter 19: Dido chooses for suicide
Vrg Book IV Chapter 20: Dido deceives Anna
Vrg Book IV Chapter 23: Dream of Aeneas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 27: Suicide of Dido
Vrg Book V Chapter 1: To Sicily
Vrg Book V Chapter 24: Iris inspires the women to set fire to the ships
Vrg Book VI Chapter 15: Aeneas meets Palinurus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 18: The other side: Dido
Vrg Book VII Chapter 17: Amata organizes a Bacchanic frenzy
Vrg Book VII Chapter 21: Alecto causes a chasing incident
Vrg Book VII Chapter 33: Halaesus
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 13: The ceremony continues
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 20: Crimes of Mezentius
Vrg Book IX Chapter 17: The mother of Euryalus
Vrg Book IX Chapter 20: Many killed
Vrg Book IX Chapter 23: Apollo warns Ascanius
Vrg Book IX Chapter 25: Turnus kills many
Vrg Book X Chapter 1: Council of the Gods
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus
Vrg Book X Chapter 13: Tarchon
Vrg Book X Chapter 17: Assault of Pallas
Vrg Book X Chapter 25: Juno speaks to Jupiter
Vrg Book XI Chapter 6: Lament over Pallas
Vrg Book XI Chapter 20: Birth and youth of Camilla
Vrg Book XI Chapter 29: Camilla killed by Arruns
Vrg Book XI Chapter 32: Turnus leaves the ambush
Vrg Book XII Chapter 2: Latinus wants to stop him
Vrg Book XII Chapter 24: Discourse of Turnus and Juturna
Vrg Book XII Chapter 26: Turnus announces the duel
Vrg Book XII Chapter 35: The death of Turnus