The Marriage of Roman Soldiers (13 BC-AD 235): Law and Family in the Imperial Army

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INDEX OF TOPICS
abduction marriage 253
actio depositi 37–8
actio rei uxoriae 31, 106, 204
denied to soldiers’ women 30–36, 204
formula 31
adespota 32
adoption, and creation of patria potestas over children 101–4, 309
adrogation 101–4, 309–10, 312
adulteress 216, 369–71
adultery
extension of Aug. legislation 209
in legit. marriage 91, 106, 208
in militia 369–71
in soldiers’ unions 106–7, 204, 207–13
see lex Iulia de adulteriis
aerarium militare 348 n. 14, 376
age at marriage, soldiers’
method 164–67
findings 167–76
motives 176–90
age-exaggeration and rounding 175
Agrippina the Elder 127, 303
Agrippina the Younger 351 n. 30
Agrippinenses (Ubii) 74
Aitete Phrontis 192 n. 161, 221–3, 226
Alexander Severus (emperor) 259–60, 328
Alexander the Great 363, 372
alumnus 275, 290 n. 18
Amatius Priscus (soldier) 221
Amazons 351 n. 35
Ammonios (soldier) 221
ancilla (slave woman) see slave women anniculi probatio 311
Antium 16
Antonia Thermutha 192 n. 161, 219–20, 223, 225–7
Antonine plague 336, 342
Antonius Germanus (soldier) 29, 35
Antoninus Pius (emperor) 199, 336
Antonius Maximus (soldier) 225
Antonius Silvanus (soldier) 219, 223, 225, 226–7
aparche (tax) 27
apatores 317 n. 71, 391 n. 18
Asklepias 192 n. 161, 206, 226
Augustus (emperor) 4, 6, 16–17, 69–71, 217, 239 n. 28, 291, 336 mandata of 122
military reforms 4, 122, 345–50
motives for ban 346–50, 380–1
social legislation 115–19, 204, 380–1
Aurelius Bitus (soldier) 303
M. Aurelius Vitalis (soldier) 205
auxilia 5, 54
children 300, 339 n. 62
diplomas 15, 75–80, 84–5, 333–34
marriage patterns 152–3
auxiliary units
ala I Thracum Mauretana 225
ala Vocontiorum 32
coh. I Apamenorum 46
coh. II Hispanorum 31
coh. I milliaria Hemesenorum 157 n. 57, 304 n. 36
coh. Thebaeorum 26
coh. I Thebaeorum 27
coh. II Thracum 220
Bacchanalia (186 B.C.) 281–2
birth declarations 14, 22, 40–43, 50, 79–80
Caecina Severus 366–7
caelibes 116, 213
Caligula (emperor) 127, 247–8, 293, 369
calones (soldiers’ servants) 128, 272, 342
camp followers see calones and lixae Campanians petition for legitimation of children 310–11
canabae 35, 125, 247–8, 382
Capua, Hannibal at 357–8
Caracalla 205, 217
Carteia 272, 332 n. 28

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