INDEX.
For the names of individual arches, basilicas, catacombs, churches, forums, palaces, piazzas, statues, streets, temples, tombs, and villas, see the headings, Arch, Basilica, Catacombs, Churches, etc.
ACADEMY of Pomponio, 359.
Achilleus, martyr, bas-relief representing his execution, 339 (cut).
Acilii Glabriones. See Glabriones.
Ærarium Saturni, 163.
Agapæ, 42, 336.
Ager Fonteianus, 270.
Agrippa, M., 79, 82, 99; edifices due to, 176.
Agrippina, fate of her pedestal once in the ustrinum, 183, 184 (cut); her death, 183.
Aius Locutius, 72.
Albanum, amphitheatre of, 6.
Alexamenos, 12.
Alexander VII., Pope, 36.
Altars, ancient, 33; their usual form, 67. See also Aræ.
---- of Aius Locutius, 71, 72 (cut); -- of Dis and Proserpina, 73; its foundation, 74; its discovery, 76 (cut); its shape and surroundings, 77; -- of Hercules, 59; -- Incendii Neroniani, 83; -- Maxima Herculis, 69; -- of Mercurius Sobrius, 34 (cut); -- Pacis AugustU+00E6, 82, 83 (cut); -- Roma Quadrata, 70; -- of Vedjovis, at BovillU+00E6, 68; -- of Verminus, 68.
Amasis, King, sphinx of, 94 (cut).
Ambrose, S., 43.
Amphitheatre at Albanum, 6.
Ampliatus, his tomb, 342; possibly the friend of S. Paul, 343.
Anagni, basilica of, 25.
Anastasius IV., Pope, his sarcophagus, 197.
Ancyra, Augusteum at, 173.
Anisson, Charles d', 36.
Annius, a maker of lamps, in Ostia, 17.
Annona, 27.
Antinous, statue of, 240, 241 (cut).
Apollo, in Christian art, 25.
Appian Way. See Via Appia.
Aqueduct of Damasus, 121.
Aquila and Prisca, 110; their house and oratory, 111, 126.
Aræ compitales, 33. See Altars.
Arch of Claudius, 99; of Constantine, 101; testimony of its inscription to the position of Christianity, 20 (plate); of Marcus Aurelius, panel, 90 (plate).
Arco di S. Lazaro, 181.
Argeorum sacraria, 33.
Artemisium Nemorense, 59.
Arx, 85.
Athens, Acropolis, probable origin of the gold found here by Herodes Atticus, 289.
Atrium sutorium, 275.
Atticus, Herodes, bibliography, 288 n.; his father's discovery of riches, 288; his liberality and public spirit, 289; the buildings erected in memory of his wife, 290.
Atticus, Pomponius, house of, 191.
Atys, 27.
Augustea, 173.
Augustine, S., his pupil Licentius, 14; on eating and drinking in honor of martyrs, 43; on the celebration of S. Peter's day, 44.
Augustus, Emperor, strenæ calendariæ offered to, 34; offerings in the temple of Concord, 54; his house, 71 n.; celebrates the Secular games, 79; dedicates an altar to Peace on the Campus Martius, 82; death and funeral, 168; resolutions in the senate, 169; mausoleum, 172; his Res gestæ, 172; his army, 174; his liberalities, 175; publie improvements in his time, 176; his mausoleum destroyed, 179; other members of the imperial family buried here, 182.
Banqueting-halls, 42.
Basilica, origin of its plan in that of the private house, 114 (cut); its form derived from the schola, 118.
---- of Constantine, 162; Julia, 163; of Junius Bassus, 28; of Nereus, Achilleus and Petronilla, 338 (cut).
Bassus, Junius, basilica of, 28.

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