A Companion to Latin Studies

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GEOGRAPHY AND ETHNOLOGY OF ITALY L r GEOGRAPHY OF ITALY By Sir John Sandys Litt D
1
Italy and Greece
2
Central Italy Umbria
4
Etruria
5
Vestini Marrucini Paeligni Marsi
6
Campania p 7 Samnium
8
Calabria Lucania
9
The land of the Bruttii
10
MONEY
251
Some characteristics of Roman institutions
255
The plebeians and the various priestly offices
262
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264
potestas and imperium
273
Tribunes p 279 Their sacrosancta potestas
280
Influence of the changed polity on the tribunes p 288 consuls
290
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294

Sicily Mountains rivers and cities Messana Syracuse II
13
Physical characteristics
14
Climatic laws
17
The Balkan and the Spanish peninsulas
19
Italy
20
Aborigines
21
Tyrseni
22
Ligurians
24
The Ligurians of Roman times plebeians Rome and Latium
27
3035 The Sabines patricians Evidence from the flamines
30
Three forms of marriage p 3a Disposal of the dead Armature p 31 Language
32
Campania
33
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38
FAUNA AND FLORA
48
Cetacea
54
Ophidia
60
CHAPTER III
89
The Pontifices and the Calendar
95
Controversy on the moveable dies intercalaris
101
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108
The Monarchy
114
From the Third Punic war to the tribunate of Ti Gracchus
124
From the battle of Actium to the establishment of the Empire
133
From the fall of Nero to the last year of Vespasian
139
CHAPTER IV
149
SECTION rAi
151
B CULTS IN OTHER ITALIAN COMMUNITIES
161
CONTENTS xxxi
163
PRIVATE ANTIQUITIES
173
Gold betrothalring
177
a Marriage sacrifice
178
Lying in state
180
Funeral procession
181
S Street of the Tombs at Pompeii
183
B UNDER THE EMPIRE
186
e Diagram showing form of toga
191
Man wearing toga
192
Traveller in paenula reckoning with hostess in stola
194
Womens garments
195
Woman wearing palla
196
Coins showing various modes of hairdressing
198
11 Various forms of footcovering
199
SECTION PACK
200
Diagrams showing arrangement of a triclinium
206
TRAVELLING
208
Lectica
209
Carpentum of Agrippina the elder
210
Diagram of an ancient plough
215
Etruscan plough with oxen
216
Early Italian houses
217
Huturn
218
Plan of a normal Pompeian house
220
The house of the Vettii restored
222
Section through the house of the Tragic Poet restored
223
Furniture
224
Marble table
225
Elementary education Reading Writing p 232 Calculation
233
BOOKS AND WRITING
237
A Roman taking down a roll from its place in a library
239
PUBLIC ANTIQUITIES
243
Survival of ancient offices
249
usucapio p 310 in iure cessio seruilutes 311 429441 d Law of inheritance p 311 Later rules of succession
312
449479 Legal procedure p 318 legis actiones actio
323
Public lands in Italy p 345 ager publicus
346
The duties of the Senate 290
352
The lex Hortensia of 287 B C 263
358
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366
The term colonia under the Empire
388
Provincial organisation lex prouinciae
395
The imperial post
429
Aes rude
446
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449
Gold solidus of Julian II
452
Coin of Croesus
453
Roman cavalry of the Republic
461
The battle of Bibracte and the defeat of the Heluetii in 58 B C
472
The rest of the community 291
477
Roman seapower
501
Early temporary theatres
513
CHAPTER VII
522
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527
Claudian emperors the Flavian dynasty p 555 Trajan
556
Greek use of terracotta for statuettes
579
A Poetry to the end of the Augustan Age By the late Professor
602
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632
Appius Claudius the censor
647
De Analogia De Bello Gallico De Bello Ciuili p 659
659
Asconius
665
Petronius
672
Astronomy
714
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715
EPIGRAPHY PALAEOGRAPHY TEXTUAL
728
Scriptura monumentalis p 734 The epitaphs of the Scipios
737
The Latin of inscriptions Abbreviations
745
Collections of inscriptions Forgeries p 762 Standard works
763
Definition
791
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796
Emendation Scientific interpretation Idiosyncrasy of
804
Etruscan p 810 Characteristics of Etruscan
811
Faliscan
817
The Golden Age Different types of classical Latin
824
Italian verse Saturnian Accent Alliteration
830
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836
The four periods
843
Editiones Principes Pomponius Laetus Andrea de Bussi
851
Salmasius p 856 Du Cange Mabillon Huet
857
G J Vossius D Heinsius Grotius J F Gronovius p 857 N Heinsius Graevius Broukhusius Francius Perizonius
858
Gruter Morhof
859
The eighteenth century in England Bentley Samuel Clarke Gibbon p 859 Alexander Adam Sir William Jones
860
Facciolati Forcellini Lagomarsini
861
Fabricius Gesner Scheller Emesti p 861 Heyne
862
Krebs Zumpt Nagelsbach p 862 Lachmann Haupt Ritschl Fleckeisen Umpfenbach Ribbeck p
863
Miiller Baehrens Bemhardy Otto Jahn Friedlander Wolfflin Biicheler
864
Niebuhr p 864 Mommsen Hiibner
865
f Georges Traube
866
Quicherat Benoist Riemann p 866 Boissier
867
Key Munro p 867 Conington Nettleship Henry A Palmer W Ramsay Sellar A S Wilkins
868
Index of Persons Deities and Races
871
Index of Places Rivers and Mountains
875
Index of Scholars and Modern Writers
878
Index of Latin Words and Phrases
880
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