Primitive Italy and the Beginnings of Roman Imperialism

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INDEX
Headings already included in the Contents have in general been omitted.
ACARNANIANS, relations with Rome, 285, 307
Achæan colonies in Italy, 42, 162
Achæan League, 300, 309, 310, 336
Admirals, Roman, qualities of, 275
Adriatic, origin of name, 99
Romans on, 246, 287
Æneas legend, growth of, 4, 15
Æqui, home of, 139 wars with, 121, 141, 149
Ætolian League, 301, 304, 307
Agathocles of Syracuse, 201, 204, 205, 210, 249
Ager publicus, 220, 238
Agriculture, beginnings of in Italy, 29, 32, 75
Alœ, 234
Alalia, 102, 104, 209
Alba, fall of, 94-95, 220
Alban cemeteries, 72
Alban Hills, archæology of, 21, 69
Alban League, 73-74, 82, 95, 221
Alexander the Molossian, 189, 204, 205
Allies of Rome, position of, 152
Allumiere, 69
Alphabet, Roman, 8, 97 Etruscan, 37, 57
Amber, 85
Ancus Martius, 94
Annalists, characteristics of, 3, 10, 17, 23, 169
Annals, pontifical, antiquity of, 10
Antias, Valerius, 2, 17
Anticipations, historical, in Roman writers, 17, 211
Antigonus Gonatas. 248, 286
Antiochus III and Rome, 253, 257, 302, 303
Antiochus IV and Rome, 307
Apollonia, 181, 285
Appian quoted, 111, 288, 327
Appius Claudius, 192, 236, 243
Architecture, Etruscan, 120
Archives, Roman, as historical material, 6
Area of Roman State at several dates, 151, 176, 186, 199, 217, 223, 244
Aristocracies, pro-Roman, 150, 183, 231, 293, 339, 348
Aristodemus, 124, 154, 165
Aristotle cited, 5, 14, 43, 104
Army, Roman, organization of, 150, 173, 192, 231
Art: Early Iron Age, 35, 52 Etruscan, 110, 121 Greek, 38
Athens, intervention in Italy by, 163
Autonomy, meaning of, 227, 230
Aventine, village on, 76
Bologna stelæ, 157
Booty, division of, 235, 242
Brizio cited, 21
Bruttians, 41
Burial rites: cremation, 32, 34, 36, 38, 49, 69 inhumation, 27, 33, 36, 68
Cælian, village on, 80
Cære, relations with Rome, 144, 146, 221
Calendar, Roman, 6
Callicrates, 265, 307, 337
Cannæ, 288, 291
Capital levy, 235, 260
Capitalists at Rome, 262, 342
Capitol, 120, 140
Capua, 101, 155 relations with Rome, 179, 293
Carthage: destruction of, 268, 322 and Etruscans, 102, 154 and Greeks, 64, 102, 210 and Rome, 176, 208, 248, 320 et passim
Casci, 76
Cato, 3, 45, 66, 99, 111, 262, 266
Cavalry, Roman, 150, 182, 192, 232
Celtiberians, 170, 316, 317
Celtic, relation to Italic, 47
Censors, creation of office, 10
Census, tables, 7 methods of taking, 236
Chalcidian colonies in Italy, 42, 62, 64, 162
Chalcolithic remains, 28
Chierici cited, 27
Chronology: foundation of Cumæ, 9, 37, 63 traditional Roman, 12, 20, 77 Etruscan, 57 of Gaulish invasions, 157, 165
Cicero quoted, 10, 15, 78, 94, 146, 220, 229, 330

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