War and Society in Imperial Rome, 31 BC-AD 284

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Adamklissi, war memorial at 69
Aelius Aristides, views of on Roman empire 77
Aemilius Paulus, L., on the soldier’s life 36
ala, organization of 38
Albanum, legion stationed at 117
Albintimilium, sack of 80
Alexander the Great, admired by Augustus 6
annona militaris88
Antonius Saturninus, L., revolt of in Germany 81
Appian, comments of on Roman imperialism 12 , 132
Apronius, L., military exploits of 47
Ara Pacis, see Augustus
arches, celebrating military victories 138 -9
Armilustrium140
armour, types of 57 ;
see also helmet, lorica segmentata
army:
cost of 83 -6 ;
battle tactics of 51 -5;
economic impact of 92 -6;
marching order of 172 ;
provision of supplies for 92 -6;
social impact of 96 - 100 ;
see also soldiers
Arrian, see Flavius Arrianus
Arruntius Camillus Scribonianus, L., revolt of in Dalmatia 81 , 166
artillery, use of in field 53 ;
see also siege warfare
Arval Brethren, prayer of for Caracalla 10
Ascalon, battle at 59 , 69
Augusta Praetoria Salassorum (Aosta), foundation of 101
Augusta Taurinorum (Turin), foundation of 101
Augustus (emperor):
advice of to Tiberius 9 ;
and Ara Fortunae Reducis125 ;
and Ara Pacis125 ;
and celebration of military exploits 122 -32;
and contemporary writers 129 -31;
and political role of army 107 -8;
and public opinion 130 ;
and temple of Divus Julius 124 ;
and Victory 124 ;
arch of 124 ;
arranges service conditions for soldiers 4 ;
city foundations of 125 ;
coins of 126 -7;
closes doors of temple of Janus 125 ;
conquests of 5 - 6 , 8 - 9 ;
controls decisions on war 5 ;
dealings of with Parthia 9 ;
enforces military discipline 39 ;
establishes praetorian guard 108 , 113 ;
establishes temple of Mars the Avenger 123 ;
forum of 122 -3;
founds military treasury 85 -6;
funeral of 128 ;
military reputation of 6 ;
obelisks set up by 124 ;
reaction of to defeat of Varus 8 ;
reasons for wars of 7 - 9 ;
recruitment policy of 25 ;
relations of with soldiers 109 ;
reorganizes army 4 - 5 ;
Res Gestae of 128 -9;
skill of as commander 6 ;
statue of 124 ;
triumphs of 127 -8;
trophy of at La Turbie 126 ;
views of on military command 6
Aurelian (emperor), evacuates Dacia 21
auxilia:
complement of 48 ;
organization of 23 , 51 ;
recruitment of 25 , 129 ;
role of in battle 51 , 170 ;
stationing of 30 ;
weapons of 57
Avidius Cassius, C., revolt of in Syria 81

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banditry, in Roman world 82 -3
Batavians:
fighting skill of 29 - 30 , 64 ;
revolt of 30

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