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List of used abbreviations:
Tacitus' Agricola.
Tacitus' Annals.
The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
De Bello Gallico, by Julius Caesar
Tacitus' Germania.
The Goths, by Jordanes.
Histories, by Tacitus.
History of Rome, by Livy.
Mispogon by Julian
New Testament.
Metamorphosis by Ovid.
Parallel lives by Plutarch.
Suetonius 12 Caesars
Virgil Aeneid.
Agr Chapter 40: Agricola in Britain. Recall of Agricola
Ann Book I Chapter 15: The start of Tiberius(cont.)
Ann Book I Chapter 72: Prosecutions for Majestas
Ann Book II Chapter 83: Illness and death of Germanicus. His honours.
Ann Book III Chapter 72: Restorations
Ann Book IV Chapter 23: War in Africa. Tacfarinas again.
Ann Book IV Chapter 26: Less glory to Dolabella
Ann Book IV Chapter 44: Death of Lentulus and Domitius
Ann Book IV Chapter 46: Revolt in Thracia
Ann Book XI Chapter 20: The Rhine - Meuse canal
Ann Book XI Chapter 21: On Curtius Rufus
Ann Book XII Chapter 3: Claudius marries again. Agrippina wins
Ann Book XII Chapter 38: Further problems in Britain
Ann Book XII Chapter 41: Nero declared adult
Ann Book XIII Chapter 8: War between Armenia/Rome and Iberia/Parthia (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 53: Events in the North. Canals are constructed
Ann Book XIV Chapter 1: Nero and Poppaea (cont.)
Ann Book XV Chapter 72: The conspiracy of Piso. Nymphidius
Ann Book XV Chapter 72: The conspiracy of Piso. Nymphidius
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
His Book I Chapter 79: Attack of the Roxolani
Hor Book III Chapter 24: Internal Disturbances -- Peace concluded with the Aequi.
Hor Book III Chapter 29: End of war with the Aequi and Sabines.
Hor Book V Chapter 30: To Veii?
Hor Book VI Chapter 4: Growth of the Republic.
Hor Book VI Chapter 29: War with Praeneste. Battle along the Alia.
Hor Book VII Chapter 13: War with the Gauls. The army wants to attack.
Hor Book VII Chapter 27: Defeat of the Volscians and Destruction of Satricum.
Hor Book VII Chapter 36: War with Samnites. A second Roman Victory.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 37: Samnites, Apulians and Tusculum.
Hor Book IX Chapter 5: War with the Samnites. Surrender.
Hor Book IX Chapter 40: Victory over the Samnites.
Hor Book IX Chapter 43: Subjugation of the Hernicans and Aequi -- Peace with the Samnites
Hor Book X Chapter 5: War in Etruria. The Etruscans defeated.
Hor Book X Chapter 7: The Ogulnian Law. Speech of Decius.
Plt Antony Chapter 12: Caesar for king?
Plt Caesar Chapter 61: Did Caesar want to become king? The Lupercalia
Plt Lucullus Chapter 29: Tigranocerta is taken.
Plt Marcellus Chapter 21: Marcellus brings beautiful plunder to Rome
Plt Sertorius Chapter 22: Sertorius in Spain; complots.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 31: Religious measures.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 38: Military measures.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 100: His funeral.
Stn Caligula, Chapter 3: His ancestry: Germanicus, cont.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 1: His ancestry: Drusus.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 17: Claudius' expedition to Britain
Stn Claudius, Chapter 24: Honours.
Stn Domitian, Chapter 13: Master and God
Stn Domitian, Chapter 15: Omens
Stn Galba, Chapter 8: Honours
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 78: Julius Caesar Dictator. His arrogance.
Stn Nero, Chapter 2: Ancestry of Nero (cont.)
Stn Nero, Chapter 15: Justice
Stn Nero, Chapter 25: Artistic triumph
Stn Tiberius Chapter 9: Start of Tiberius' military career
Stn Tiberius Chapter 20: A triumph for Tiberius
Stn Vespasian, Chapter 4: In the army
Vrg Book XI Chapter 24: Camilla's army
Note regarding Triumphal:
The highest honour to a general: clad like Jupiter he drove in a chariot drawn by four white horses. Before him walked the prisoners taken in the war, and the spoils of the captured cities, and in later times pictures of the conquered territories were carried before the general's chariot. He was followed by his troops, who sung songs, often extempore effusions, in honour of their commander.

See also:

Triumphal laurel(1)