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Ann Book II Chapter 60: Germanicus goes East. To Egypt (cont.)
Ann Book II Chapter 78: Revolt of Piso. The start.
Ann Book II Chapter 81: Revolt of Piso. Piso surrenders.
Ann Book III Chapter 9: Return of Piso. Arrival at Rome
Ann Book XII Chapter 43: Prodigies
Ann Book XIII Chapter 51: Revenue collectors (cont.)
Ann Book XIII Chapter 53: Events in the North. Canals are constructed
Ann Book XV Chapter 18: Corn into the Tiber
Ann Book XV Chapter 43: The rebuilding of Rome
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
Dbg Book I Chapter 16: March of the Helvetii. Corn shortage.
Dbg Book III Chapter 8: War with the Veneti. Revolt.
Dbg Book III Chapter 9: War with the Veneti. Preparations for war.
Dbg Book III Chapter 11: War with the Veneti. Measures of Caesar.
Dbg Book III Chapter 12: War with the Veneti. About the Veneti.
Dbg Book III Chapter 13: War with the Veneti. The ships of the Veneti.
Dbg Book III Chapter 14: War with the Veneti. And how to attack them.
Dbg Book III Chapter 15: War with the Veneti. Rome wins the sea-battle.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 4: War with the Germans. Crossing the Rhine.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 16: War with the Germans. Caesar wants to cross the Rhine.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 17: War with the Germans. A bridge is constructed.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 20: Caesar in Britain. Prolog.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 21: Caesar in Britain. Preparations.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 22: Caesar in Britain. The Morini.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 23: Caesar in Britain. Landing problems.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 24: Caesar in Britain. Landing problems(cont.)
Dbg Book IV Chapter 25: Caesar in Britain. Landing problems solved.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 28: Caesar in Britain. The cavalry in storm at sea.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 29: Caesar in Britain. Heavy damage to the fleet.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 30: Caesar in Britain. Uprise of the Britains.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 31: Caesar in Britain. Restoration of the fleet.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 36: Caesar in Britain. Caesar leaves Britain.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 37: Problems with the Morini.
Dbg Book V Chapter 1: Caesar in Illyria and Britain. Prolog
Dbg Book V Chapter 2: Caesar in Britain. Preparations.
Dbg Book V Chapter 5: Caesar in Britain. To Itius.
Dbg Book V Chapter 7: Caesar in Britain. Dumnorix killed.
Dbg Book V Chapter 8: Caesar in Britain. Landing in Britain.
Dbg Book V Chapter 9: Caesar in Britain. First fights.
Dbg Book V Chapter 10: Caesar in Britain. Storm damages the fleet.
Dbg Book V Chapter 11: Caesar in Britain. The fleet and Cassivellaunus.
Dbg Book V Chapter 13: Caesar in Britain. Britain, Ireland, Man.
Dbg Book V Chapter 23: Caesar in Britain. Caesar returns to Gaul.
Dbg Book V Chapter 24: The army in Gaul.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 35: Revolt of the Gauls. Germans plunder the Eburones.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 58: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Labienus conquers Melodunum.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 60: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Labienus in action.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 61: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Considerations of the enemy.
Ger Chapter 2: Origin of the Germans
Gth Chapter 4: The United GOTHs.
Gth Chapter 17: War of Fastida against Ostrogotha.
Gth Chapter 28: Theodosius against Eugenius.
Gth Chapter 30: The Visigoth in Italy.
Gth Chapter 45: The end of the West.
His Book II Chapter 15: Otho versus Vitellius. Gallia Narbonensis (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 16: Otho versus Vitellius. Corsica
His Book II Chapter 32: Otho versus Vitellius. The strategy of Otho (cont.)
His Book III Chapter 12: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Desertation of the fleet
His Book III Chapter 14: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Caecina arrested
His Book III Chapter 41: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Actions of Valens
His Book III Chapter 42: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Valens goes to Gallia Narbonensis
His Book III Chapter 43: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Valens captured
His Book III Chapter 47: Revolt of Anicetus
His Book III Chapter 48: Revolt of Anicetus (cont.)
His Book III Chapter 77: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Fall of Tarracina
His Book IV Chapter 16: The Batavian Uprise. The start
His Book IV Chapter 79: The Batavian Uprise. Further fights
His Book IV Chapter 84: Vespasian emperor. Origin of Serapis (cont.)
His Book V Chapter 23: The Batavian Uprise. A naval demonstration
Hor Book I Chapter 1: Aeneas in Italy.
Hor Book II Chapter 34: Famine
Hor Book IV Chapter 34: Capture and Destruction of Fidenae (cont.)
Hor Book V Chapter 28: War with the Aequi.
Hor Book VI Chapter 6: Wars with the Volscians and Etruscans.
Hor Book VII Chapter 25: Gaulish Marauders and Greek Pirates.
Hor Book VII Chapter 32: War with Samnites. Battle of Mount Glaurus.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 14: The Revolt of the Latins and Campanians. The settlement of Lanuvium
Hor Book VIII Chapter 26: The surrender of Palaeopolis.
Hor Book IX Chapter 38: Battle with the Samnites.
Hor Book X Chapter 2: Cleonymus makes attempts on Italy with his Fleet.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 17: The consuls divide tasks and armies
Hor Book XXI Chapter 26: The crossing of the Rhone
Hor Book XXI Chapter 27: The crossing of the Rhone (cont.)
Hor Book XXI Chapter 28: The crossing of the Rhone (cont.)
Hor Book XXI Chapter 31: Through the country of the Allobroges
Hor Book XXI Chapter 41: Speech of Scipio (cont.)
Hor Book XXI Chapter 49: Attack of Lilybaeum
Hor Book XXI Chapter 50: The Carthagians beaten at Lilybaeum.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 51: Sempronius conquers Melita and goes north.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 57: Some further actions.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 61: Scipio defeats Hanno in Spain
Hor Book XXI Chapter 62: Omens. The Sibylline books consulted
Hor Book XXII Chapter 11: First actions of the dictator
Hor Book XXII Chapter 19: The Romans win a sea-battle in Spain.
Hor Book XXII Chapter 20: Roman successes in Spain
Hor Book XXII Chapter 22: Abelux
Hor Book XXII Chapter 31: Africa attacked
Hor Book XXII Chapter 53: Scipio stops a flight from Rome.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 15: Nuceria falls. Activities at Nola.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 26: Hasdrubal is threatened.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 28: Himilco is sent with an army to Spain. Hasdrubal marches North.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 32: Further decisions are made.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 33: Philip of Macedonia sents ambassadors to Hannibal, and a treaty is made.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 34: When returning the embassy is captured by the Romans
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 38: The captured ambassadors are interrogated
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 41: Hasdrubal captured, Appius Claudius not succesful
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 1: Fall of Rhegium.
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 6: Hieronymus starts negotiations with Hannibal.
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 11: The state of the nation.
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 27: Epicydes and Hippocrates elected praetor
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 34: Archimedes
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 40: First Macedonian War. 214 BC: Apollonia
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 44: The provinces are allotted.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 11: The citadel is besieged
Hor Book XXV Chapter 15: The Thurians go over to Hannibal.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 22: The siege of Capua is getting more serious
Hor Book XXV Chapter 25: The fighting goes on. Bomilcar gets aid.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 27: Bomilcar does not try to save Syracuse for the Carthaginians
Hor Book XXV Chapter 30: The mercenary auxiliaries join the Romans.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 31: Syracuse is plundered. Death of Archimedes.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 1: Appointments
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 7: Hannibal starts the attack on Rome.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 9: The marches of Hannibal and Fulvius. Panic in Rome.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 17: Nero goes to Spain and is tricked by Hasdrubal.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 19: Scipio goes to Spain.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 24: Laevinus forms an alliance with the Aetolians.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 26: Laevinus conquers Anticyra. The Sicilians complain about Marcellus.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 39: An attempt to supply the citadel of Tarentum with food fails.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 41: Scipio speaks to the Spanish army.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 42: Scipio plans to attack New Carthage
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 43: Scipio encourages his soldiers.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 47: The booty.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 49: Hostages
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 51: After conquering New Carthage.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 5: Utica attacked
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 7: Appointments; Sardinia attacked.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 8: Further activities of the Senate
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 15: Tarentum recovered by treason
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 17: Scipio wins allies in Spain
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 22: Appointments
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 25: Deliberations in the Senate; Action in South-Italy
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 28: Salapia not taken; siege of Locri released
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 29: Philip V against Machanidas
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 30: Further activities of Philip V
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 31: Further activities of Philip V (cont.)
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 32: Philip V defeated
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 48: The battle of the Metaurus
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 4: The troops go to their winter-quarters
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 5: Many fights in Greece
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 6: Oreus conquered
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 7: Opus and Thronium
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 10: Elections
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 16: The Carthagenians leave Spain
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 17: Scipio and Hasdrubal visit Syphax
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 23: Astapa destroyed
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 30: Adherbal defeated
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 32: Speech of Scipio
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 36: Mago attacks New Carthage
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 37: Mago returns to Gades and goes to the Balearics
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 38: Elections. Scipio consul.
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 42: Speech of Quintus Fabius against Scipio's plan to attack Africa (cont.)
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 45: Scipio gets Sicily assigned and prepares an army and a fleet.
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 46: Mago attacks the North of Italy
Nwt Letter of James Chapter 3
Nwt Gospel of Luke Chapter 5.
Nwt Gospel of Mark Chapter 4.
Nwt Revelations Chapter 8
Nwt Revelations Chapter 18
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 1: 1-122 The debate over the arms: Ajax speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 2: 123-381 The debate over the arms: Ulysses speaks
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 11: 705-737 Aeneas's journey to Sicily
Ovd Ovid XIII Chapter 12: 738-788 Acis and Galatea
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 1: 1-74 The transformation of Scylla
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 2: 75-100 Aeneas journeys to Cumae
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 5: 223-319 Ulysses and Circe
Ovd Ovid XIV Chapter 12: 527-565 The transformation of Aeneas's ships
Ovd Ovid XV Chapter 16: 745-842 The deification of Julius Caesar
Plt Antony Chapter 7: Antony crosses the Adriatic sea
Plt Antony Chapter 30: Antony goes to Rome, Fulvia dies
Plt Antony Chapter 32: The pact of Misenum
Plt Antony Chapter 35: Treaty of Tarentum
Plt Antony Chapter 55: Accusations in the senate
Plt Antony Chapter 56: Antony and Cleopatra go to Samos
Plt Antony Chapter 62: Preliminaries to the battle of Actium
Plt Antony Chapter 63: Discussions and desertions
Plt Antony Chapter 64: Preliminaries to the battle of Actium
Plt Antony Chapter 65: Start of the battle
Plt Antony Chapter 66: Cleopatra flees, Antony follows her
Plt Antony Chapter 67: Antony the next few days
Plt Antony Chapter 68: Antony's fleet is defeated, his army submits to Octavian
Plt Antony Chapter 76: After a last defeat Antony commits suicide, but does not die inmediately
Plt Aemilius Chapter 8: Actions of Perseus before 168 BC
Plt Aemilius Chapter 11: Preparations for battle
Plt Caesar Chapter 1: Caesar and Sulla, Nicomedes and the pirates
Plt Caesar Chapter 2: Caesar and the pirates
Plt Caesar Chapter 37: Civil war; battle of Dyrrhachium
Plt Caesar Chapter 49: Julius Caesar in Egypt; siege of Alexandria
Plt Lucullus Chapter 3: Het lets Mithridates escape
Plt Lucullus Chapter 8: Cyzicus and Calchedon
Plt Lucullus Chapter 9: Siege of Cyzicus
Plt Lucullus Chapter 12: battle near Lemnos
Plt Lucullus Chapter 13: Mithridates escapes to Pontus
Plt Lucullus Chapter 19: Siege of Amisus
Plt Marcellus Chapter 14: Siege of Syracuse. Archimedes
Plt Marcellus Chapter 15: Siege of Syracuse. Archimedes(cont.)
Plt Marcellus Chapter 16: Siege of Syracuse. Archimedes(cont.)
Plt Marcellus Chapter 17: Siege of Syracuse. Archimedes(cont.)
Plt Pompey Chapter 24: Pirates
Plt Pompey Chapter 25: Pompey against the pirates
Plt Pompey Chapter 26: Pompey against the pirates (cont.)
Plt Pompey Chapter 27: Pompey against the pirates (cont.)
Plt Pompey Chapter 39: Pompey conquers Syria and Palestina
Plt Pompey Chapter 45: Pompey's triumph
Plt Pompey Chapter 50: Pompey chief of the corn trade
Plt Pompey Chapter 62: Civil war: Popey goes to Dyrrhachium
Plt Pompey Chapter 74: Civil war: Pompey meets Cornelia in Mitylene
Plt Pompey Chapter 76: Civil war: it is decided to go to Egypt
Plt Romulus, chapter 1: Origin of the name Rome.
Plt Sertorius Chapter 6: Proconsul in Spain
Plt Sertorius Chapter 7: Sertorius withdraws to Mauretania
Plt Sertorius Chapter 23: Sertorius in Spain; negotiations with Mithridates
Plt Sertorius Chapter 24: Sertorius in Spain; agreement with Mithridates
Stn Augustus, Chapter 16: The Sicilian War
Stn Caligula, Chapter 19: The bridge over the Baian gulf
Stn Caligula, Chapter 32: Caligula as a monster (Cont.)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 46: Military affairs of Caligula (Cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 18: His care of the city.
Stn Galba, Chapter 23: Obituary of Galba
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 39: Entertainments
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 63: Julius Caesar and Lucius Cassius
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 68: Military genius.
Stn Nero, Chapter 11: Entertainment
Stn Nero, Chapter 31: The Golden House
Stn Nero, Chapter 45: Last days of Nero
Stn Tiberius Chapter 65: Fall of Sejanus.
Vrg Book I Chapter 4: Considerations of Juno
Vrg Book I Chapter 9: Shipwreck of Aeneas
Vrg Book I Chapter 20: Aeneas meets Venus
Vrg Book I Chapter 22: Venus tells Aeneas about Dido's life
Vrg Book I Chapter 23: Aeneas tells Venus about his wanderings
Vrg Book I Chapter 24: Venus tells Aeneas to go to Carthago
Vrg Book I Chapter 30: The lost part of Aeneas fleet visits Dido
Vrg Book I Chapter 31: Obituary of Aeneas
Vrg Book I Chapter 32: Dido welcomes the Trojans
Vrg Book I Chapter 35: Gifts of Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 8: Sinon about the Wooden horse
Vrg Book II Chapter 11: The Greeks enter Troy
Vrg Book II Chapter 12: Dream of Aeneas
Vrg Book II Chapter 16: The Trojans in disguise
Vrg Book II Chapter 25: Venus advises Aeneas
Vrg Book III Chapter 4: Aeneas visits Delos
Vrg Book III Chapter 6: Answer of Apollo
Vrg Book III Chapter 8: Aeneas on Crete. Disasters
Vrg Book III Chapter 9: Aeneas is sent to Hesperia
Vrg Book III Chapter 10: Prophecy of Celaeno the Harpy
Vrg Book III Chapter 18: Mutual gifts
Vrg Book III Chapter 24: Achaemenides
Vrg Book III Chapter 25: Achaemenides (cont.)
Vrg Book IV Chapter 2: Anna's reply
Vrg Book IV Chapter 13: Dido speaks to Aeneas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 16: Aeneas prepares for take off
Vrg Book IV Chapter 17: Dido speaks to Anna
Vrg Book IV Chapter 22: Thoughts of Dido
Vrg Book IV Chapter 23: Dream of Aeneas
Vrg Book IV Chapter 25: Dido's curse
Vrg Book V Chapter 1: To Sicily
Vrg Book V Chapter 2: Reception by Acestis
Vrg Book V Chapter 3: Celebration of Anchises' death
Vrg Book V Chapter 7: Start of the game
Vrg Book V Chapter 10: Cloanthus bribes the gods
Vrg Book V Chapter 23: Juno sends Iris to cause trouble
Vrg Book V Chapter 24: Iris inspires the women to set fire to the ships
Vrg Book V Chapter 25: Ascanius averts the spell
Vrg Book V Chapter 26: Jove sends rain
Vrg Book V Chapter 27: Nautes advises Aeneas
Vrg Book V Chapter 28: Advise of the ghost of Anchises
Vrg Book V Chapter 29: The Foundation of Acesta
Vrg Book V Chapter 30: They leave Sicily
Vrg Book V Chapter 31: Venus speaks to Neptune
Vrg Book V Chapter 33: Morpheus speaks to Palinurus
Vrg Book VI Chapter 6: The requirements for a visit are given
Vrg Book VI Chapter 19: The region of warriors
Vrg Book VI Chapter 26: Aeneas meets Anchises
Vrg Book VII Chapter 3: Aeneas arrives in Latium
Vrg Book VII Chapter 4: Evocation
Vrg Book VII Chapter 14: Juno is very angry
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 6: Aeneas visits Evander (cont.)
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 20: Crimes of Mezentius
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 22: Aeneas goes to the ships
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 27: The shield of Aeneas (cont.)
Vrg Book IX Chapter 3: Turnus leads the attack
Vrg Book IX Chapter 4: Sacred origin of Aeneas' ships
Vrg Book IX Chapter 5: Aeneas' ships are changed into nymphs
Vrg Book IX Chapter 6: Night falls
Vrg Book X Chapter 2: Speech of Venus
Vrg Book X Chapter 3: Reaction of Juno
Vrg Book X Chapter 7: Aeneas' allies
Vrg Book X Chapter 11: Aeneas lands
Vrg Book X Chapter 13: Tarchon
Vrg Book XI Chapter 12: Latinus wants peace
Vrg Book XII Chapter 13: The fight is renewed