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Agr Chapter 45: What Agricola did not see
Ann Book I Chapter 21: Revolt in Pannonia. Arrest of plunderers
Ann Book I Chapter 30: Revolt in Pannonia. The end
Ann Book I Chapter 55: War with the Germans. Arminius and Segestes
Ann Book I Chapter 65: War with the Germans. Caecina attacked
Ann Book IV Chapter 20: Complot against Agrippina. Silius (cont.)
Ann Book VI Chapter 22: On fate
Ann Book VI Chapter 29: Labeo and Scaurus
Ann Book VI Chapter 39: The fall of Sejanus. Rufus and Paconianus
Ann Book XI Chapter 26: Fall of Messalina. Marriage with Silius
Ann Book XI Chapter 33: Fall of Messalina. Narcissus leads the way
Ann Book XI Chapter 38: Death of Messalina
Ann Book XV Chapter 14: War between Armenia/Rome and Iberia/Parthia (cont.)
Ann Book XVI Chapter 29: Death of Thrasea Paetus (cont.)
Ann Book XVI Chapter 32: Death of Soranus (cont.)
Ann Book XVI Chapter 34: Death of Thrasea (cont.)
Dbg Book I Chapter 39: Caesar against Ariovistus. Fear for the Germans.
Dbg Book II Chapter 31: War with the Belgae. Embassadors.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 1: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Death of Clodius.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 62: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Victory for Labienus.
Gth Chapter 32: Valia.
Gth Chapter 39: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Speech of Attila.
Gth Chapter 42: Attila in Italy.
Gth Chapter 56: Ravaging Ostrogoths.
His Book I Chapter 10: Galba becomes emperor. The East
His Book I Chapter 18: Galba looks for a successor. The army is informed
His Book I Chapter 21: Revolt of Otho
His Book I Chapter 54: Revolt of Vitellius. The Lingones
His Book III Chapter 5: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Arrangements
His Book IV Chapter 31: The Batavian Uprise. The oath
His Book IV Chapter 35: The Batavian Uprise. Hunger in Castra Vetera
His Book IV Chapter 36: The Batavian Uprise. Hordeonius murdered
Hor Book I Chapter 7: Death of Remus. The Legend of Hercules and Cacus.
Hor Book I Chapter 14: Death of Titus Tatius. War with Fidenae.
Hor Book I Chapter 39: Birth and Youth of Servius Tullius.
Hor Book I Chapter 47: The Assassination of the King (Cont.)
Hor Book I Chapter 50: Turnus Herdonius
Hor Book II Chapter 40: Third war of Rome and Volscians. Veturia and Volumnia
Hor Book III Chapter 15: The Capitol surprised and taken.
Hor Book III Chapter 31: War with the Aequi.
Hor Book III Chapter 47: Verginia a slave.
Hor Book III Chapter 50: Secession of the Plebs. Fall of the Decemvirs.
Hor Book III Chapter 54: End of the Second Secession.
Hor Book IV Chapter 23: War with Etruria.
Hor Book IV Chapter 25: Pestilence in Rome -- Plebeian Grievances.
Hor Book IV Chapter 40: Excitement in Rome.
Hor Book V Chapter 27: The Master of Falerii.
Hor Book V Chapter 39: Invasion of the Gauls. Sacrifice of the elderly.
Hor Book V Chapter 40: Invasion of the Gauls. The Vestal Virgins leave Rome.
Hor Book V Chapter 41: Invasion of the Gauls. The elderly are killed.
Hor Book V Chapter 44: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus speaks to the people of Ardea
Hor Book VI Chapter 8: War with the Volscians and Etruscans. Cont.
Hor Book VI Chapter 18: The Treason of Marcus Manlius Capitolinus. New plans.
Hor Book VI Chapter 20: The Treason of Marcus Manlius Capitolinus. The death of Manlius.
Hor Book VI Chapter 21: Wars with the Volscians and Latins.
Hor Book VII Chapter 19: War with the Etruscans.
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 10: The Revolt of the Latins and Campanians. Defeat of the Latins
Hor Book VIII Chapter 20: Revolt and Recovery of Privernum and Fundi. Privernum
Hor Book VIII Chapter 24: Death of Alexander of Epirus.
Hor Book IX Chapter 41: Wars with Etruria, the Samnites and Umbria.
Hor Book X Chapter 28: Devotion and death of Decius.
Hor Book X Chapter 29: The Battle of Sentinum, the end.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 43: Speech of Hannibal
Hor Book XXII Chapter 7: Consequenses of the battle.
Hor Book XXII Chapter 42: The Romans want to start the attack
Hor Book XXII Chapter 50: A few Romans fight their way through the enemy
Hor Book XXII Chapter 55: Fabius takes the lead.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 20: The Petilini threatened. Rome cabn give no aid.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 43: Hannibal moves towards Nola. Hanno speaks to Bassus
Hor Book XXV Chapter 6: Problems of the soldiers in Sicily.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 26: A plague in Syracuse.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 5: Hannibal tries to break the siege of Capua.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 13: Speech of Virrius.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 14: Suicide of Virrius; surrender of Capua.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 29: The Sicilians complain of Marcellus
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 16: Tarentum plundered; Fabius is not trapped.
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 2: Silanus defeats Mago
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 16: The Carthagenians leave Spain
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 28: Speech of Scipio to the soldiers (cont.)
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 41: Speech of Quintus Fabius against Scipio's plan to attack Africa (cont.)
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 42: Speech of Quintus Fabius against Scipio's plan to attack Africa (cont.)
Msp Chapter 30
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 1: 1-122 The debate over the arms: Ajax speaks
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 XIII Chapter 14: 870-897 Acis is turned into a river-god
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 4: 154-222 Macareus meets Achaemenides again
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 11: 418-452 Pythagoras' Teachings:Transfers of Power
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 13: 479-546 The transformation of Hippolytus
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 14: 552-621 Cipus acquires horns
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 16: 745-842 The deification of Julius Caesar
Plt Antony Chapter 56: Antony and Cleopatra go to Samos
Plt Antony Chapter 76: After a last defeat Antony commits suicide, but does not die inmediately
Plt Antony Chapter 77: Antony is brought to Cleopatra
Plt Antony Chapter 86: Discussion on cause of death. Her funeral
Plt Caesar Chapter 63: Caesar murdered, prodigies
Plt Camillus, chapter 34: Reconstruct Rome?
Plt Camillus, chapter 36: War with the Volscians, Aequi and Latins: Tutula
Plt Fabius, Chapter 14: Varro and Paulus appointed consuls
Plt Fabius, Chapter 16: Battle of Cannae; death of Paulus
Plt Galba Chapter 23: Piso selected as Galba's successor
Plt Marcellus Chapter 19: Syracuse plundered, Archimedes killed.
Plt Marcellus Chapter 29: Marcellus trappd and killed
Plt Marcellus Chapter 30:
Plt Pompey Chapter 72: Civil war: Pompey defeated
Plt Pompey Chapter 77: Civil war: Ptolemy decides on murder
Plt Publicola, chapter 21: Appius Clausus
Stn Augustus, Chapter 17: Battle of Actium
Stn Caligula, Chapter 30: Caligula as a monster (Cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 3: Claudius as a young man.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 34: His cruelty.
Stn Domitian, Chapter 18: His appearance
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 10: Julius Caesar aedile
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 60: Military genius.
Stn Nero, Chapter 22: Nero as a driver
Stn Nero, Chapter 40: Insurrection of Vindex
Stn Nero, Chapter 42: Galba joins Vindex
Stn Otho, Chapter 10: Revolt of Vitellius. Suicide of Otho
Stn Tiberius Chapter 23: The will of Augustus
Stn Tiberius Chapter 57: Further cruelties.
Stn Tiberius Chapter 69: Afraid of thunder.
Stn Titus, Chapter 9: His generosity (cont.)
Vrg Book I Chapter 3: Carthage
Vrg Book I Chapter 4: Considerations of Juno
Vrg Book I Chapter 11: Neptune interferes
Vrg Book I Chapter 17: Answer of Jupiter
Vrg Book I Chapter 19: Jupiter sends Mercury to Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 23: Aeneas tells Venus about his wanderings
Vrg Book I Chapter 29: Aeneas meets Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 34: Welcome to Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 3: The Trojans see the Wooden Horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 7: Sinon's tale (cont.)
Vrg Book II Chapter 8: Sinon about the Wooden horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 17: Fight about Cassandra
Vrg Book II Chapter 32: Aeneas finds Creusa's ghost
Vrg Book III Chapter 1: The wanderings of Aeneas begin
Vrg Book III Chapter 16: Prophecy of Helenus (cont.)
Vrg Book III Chapter 19: Departure from Epirus
Vrg Book III Chapter 24: Achaemenides
Vrg Book III Chapter 27: Anchises dies
Vrg Book IV Chapter 1: Dido falls in love
Vrg Book IV Chapter 5: Talk of Venus and Juno
Vrg Book IV Chapter 14: Aeneas refers her to the gods
Vrg Book IV Chapter 17: Dido speaks to Anna
Vrg Book IV Chapter 18: Aeneas is not persuaded
Vrg Book IV Chapter 26: Last preparations
Vrg Book V Chapter 13: Euryalus wins, thanks to Nisus
Vrg Book V Chapter 24: Iris inspires the women to set fire to the ships
Vrg Book V Chapter 27: Nautes advises Aeneas
Vrg Book V Chapter 31: Venus speaks to Neptune
Vrg Book VI Chapter 3: Prayer to Apollo
Vrg Book VI Chapter 5: Aeneas asks permission to see his father
Vrg Book VI Chapter 6: The requirements for a visit are given
Vrg Book VI Chapter 7: Funeral of Misenus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 8: Aeneas finds the Golden Bough
Vrg Book VI Chapter 14: Charon
Vrg Book VI Chapter 18: The other side: Dido
Vrg Book VI Chapter 20: Deiphobus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 32: Marcellus and Marcellus
Vrg Book VII Chapter 5: Omens for Latinus
Vrg Book VII Chapter 7: Omens for Aeneas
Vrg Book VII Chapter 12: Ilioneus explains
Vrg Book VII Chapter 14: Juno is very angry
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 15: Rome is shown
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 6: Night falls
Vrg Book IX Chapter 23: Apollo warns Ascanius
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus
Vrg Book X Chapter 3: Reaction of Juno
Vrg Book X Chapter 4: Speech of Jupiter
Vrg Book X Chapter 18: Further actions of Pallas
Vrg Book X Chapter 22: Aeneas kills a few
Vrg Book X Chapter 33: Aeneas kills Lausus
Vrg Book XI Chapter 12: Latinus wants peace
Vrg Book XII Chapter 26: Turnus announces the duel
Vrg Book XII Chapter 31: Jupiter and Juno agree on Rome's future
Vrg Book XII Chapter 35: The death of Turnus