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Links of Subject: TriumphsList of used abbreviations:
Ann Book I Chapter 34: Revolt in Germania. Germanicus in the camp
Ann Book III Chapter 30: Death of Volusius and Crispus.
Ann Book III Chapter 47: Revolt of the Gauls. Message to the Senate
Ann Book XII Chapter 20: Problems in Bosporus (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 3: The funeral of Claudius
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
His Book IV Chapter 38: No corn in Rome
His Book IV Chapter 58: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Vocula
Hor Content of Book XI
Hor Content of Book XIX
Hor Book II Chapter 49: The Fabii against the Veii.
Hor Book IV Chapter 32: Capture and Destruction of Fidenae
Hor Book IV Chapter 54: The Plebeian Quaestors.
Hor Book V Chapter 39: Invasion of the Gauls. Sacrifice of the elderly.
Hor Book VI Chapter 24: Wars with the Volscians and Latins. Camillus.
Hor Book VII Chapter 32: War with Samnites. Battle of Mount Glaurus.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 33: Papirius and Fabius. In the Senate.
Hor Book X Chapter 6: The Ogulnian Law.
Hor Book X Chapter 7: The Ogulnian Law. Speech of Decius.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 43: Speech of Hannibal
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 9: A triumph for Nero and Livius
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 17: 698-771 Anaxarete and Iphis
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 16: 745-842 The deification of Julius Caesar
Plt Aemilius Chapter 30: Speech of Marcus Servilius
Plt Caesar Chapter 55: Caesar in Rome
Plt Camillus, chapter 23: Albinius helps the Vestal Virgins
Plt Fabius, Chapter 24: His son
Plt Lucullus Chapter 23: Siege of Sinope
Plt Lucullus Chapter 36: Pompey replaces Lucullus
Plt Marcellus Chapter 22: An ovation for Marcellus
Plt Pompey Chapter 23: Pompey and Crassus reconciled
Plt Pompey Chapter 31: Pompey against Mithridates. Lucullus
Plt Pompey Chapter 45: Pompey's triumph
Plt Pompey Chapter 70: Civil war: the absurdity of a civil war.
Plt Romulus, chapter 18: Rome vs Caenina
Stn Augustus, Chapter 22: Augustus closes the doors of the Janus temple
Stn Augustus, Chapter 29: Augustus reconstructs Rome.
Stn Domitian, Chapter 13: Master and God
Stn Galba, Chapter 1: Omens regarding the house of Caesar
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 22: Problems
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 37: The Civil war, comment.
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 54: Integrity.
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 84: The funeral of Julius Caesar (cont.)
Stn Nero, Chapter 25: Artistic triumph
Stn Nero, Chapter 30: Squandering money
Stn Tiberius Chapter 1: Tiberius ascendency.
Stn Tiberius Chapter 3: Tiberius ascendency (cont.)
Vrg Book V Chapter 1: To Sicily
Vrg Book V Chapter 27: Nautes advises Aeneas
Vrg Book VI Chapter 31: The future (cont.)
Note regarding Triumphs:|
The highest honour to a general: clad like Jupiter he drove in a chariot drawn by four white horses. Before him walked the prisoners taken in the war, and the spoils of the captured cities, and in later times pictures of the conquered territories were carried before the general's chariot. He was followed by his troops, who sung songs, often extempore effusions, in honour of their commander.