Agricola and Roman Britain

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NOTES: Roman personal names are indexed under the name by which the individuals is best known, i.e. usually but not always the personal cognomen.Considerations of space make it impossible to include here a full gazetteer of place-names occurring in the text or maps. For further names of Roman stations on Watling Street and in Wales, the Pennines, Cumberland and Scotland, see under those headings; and for islands, see Western Isles. Names discussed are mostly indexed.
Agricola, Cn. Julius; career, see chapU+0AD ter-headings. His name, 3, 11; Ancestry, 1 ff; education, 20-4; marriage, 51 f; children, 52, 56, 86, 141, 149. Made a patrician, 79; consul, 85 ff. His forts in Br., 102 f; strategy, 138, 144; tactics, 152 ff; character, 20, 55, 58, 64, 94, 167; death, 165; appearance, 167, Quoted, on his student days, 20; on Ireland, 125; and (probably) on British character, 34; Br. weather, 28; Br. ethnology, 126, 142; Br. coasts, 130f
Alban, St., 121; St. Albans, see Verulam
Albion (= Gr. Britain), 68
Anglesey, 31, 35 ff, 90
Anglo-Saxons, 168, 174
Aquitani, -ania, 79-85
Army, Roman, recruitment of, 5, 32 f, 64, 133; organization, 31 ff; training, 67; manuals, 76, 153; officers, 24, 31 ff; "native infantry",33 f, 36, 80, 117 f, 133, 153; cavalry, 31 f, 136, 154 f; artillery, 32, 138; signals, 139 f; tactics, 46 ff, 138, 153 ff; field fortifications, 34, 110 f; settlement of veterans, 1 ff, 28, 117; strength, in Britain, 136, 172. See Legion
Asia, A. in, 52, 54 ff; cf. 162
Athens, 21, 23, 53 f
Atrebates, 171, see Commius
Augustus, 2, 15, 52, 84, 159
Aurelius Antoninus, M., 23, 170 f
Batavi, 36, 153, cf. 90
Bath, 101
Bochastle ft., 138, 140
Bodicca, Lollia, 118
Bolanus, M. Vettius, 65 ff
Bordeaux, 83, 126
Boresti, 156 oudicca,39-49
Boudig, goddess, 126
Brigantes, 18, 29, 66 f, 72 ff, 98 f, 161, 172
Britain, discovery of, 14; invaded, 15; Belgic tribes in, 16 f, 116; ethnology, 126, 142; languages, 115 f, 173; native art, 169; religion, 31, 35 f
Britons, name of, 143; character, 34; in R. army, 32 ff, 117, 133, 149, 160
Brochs, 173
Cæsar, C. Julius, 1 ff, 14 f, 20
Caledonia, -ns, 99, 109, 111, 138, 141 ff; -n Forest, 68, 97
Calgacus, 141 f, 151, 157
Camulodunum (1) = Colchester, q.v.; (2) nr. Huddersfield, 73
Caratacus (Caradoc) 16 ff
Carbantoriton, 129
Caristanius Fronto, G., 97 f, 102, 114 f, 164
Cartimandua, 18 f, 29 f, 66 f
Cassivellaunus, 16
Catuvellauni, 16, 43
centurions, 6, 31 f, 91, 118 f, 133
Ceriales, Q. Petillius, 40, 42 f, 64, 71-6
chariots, 47, 71, 126, 151, 173
Chester, 30, 65 n, 76, 94 f
Christianity, 56, 121, 127, 168
Cirencester, 33
Classicianus, C. Julius, 49 f
Claudia Rufina, 118
Claudius Imp. 15 ff, 24, 40, 42, 118
Cleaven Dyke, 161
Clyde, R. and Firth, 102, 104 f, 131
Cogidumnus, 17
Colchester, 16 f, 28, 38, 40 ff, 107
Commius, 16 f
Coritani, 116
Cornovii, 38
Craupius, Mt, 150 f
Cruithne, 143, 173
Cuchullin, 99, 126
Cumberland, 73, 96 f, 128
Cymbeline (Conubelinus), 11, 15

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