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Emissa, a town of Syria, 28
Emodon, a mountain in Scythia, 341
Emona, 477
Engines, warlike, 323
Epicurus, 554
Epigonius, a philosopher, 25, 31
Epimenides, 486
Epiphania, a town in Cilicia, 300
Equitius, tribune of the Scutarii, 406;
made general and count, 414, 539;
his son Equitius a tribune, 611
Eratosthenes, 287
Erectheus, 84
Ermenrichus, king of the Ostrogoths,
583
Erythrae, a city in Ionia, 617
Esaias, a Roman noble, 477
Essedones and Essedon, a people and
town of the Seres, 341
Eubulus, a citizen of Antioch, 22
Eucaerius, proprefect of Asia, 506
Euctemon, an ancient astronomer, 407
Eumenius, 477
Eumolpias (Philippopolis), 278
Eupatoria, a city of the Tauri, 292
Euphrasius, master of the offices,
422
Euphrates, 199, 335
Euphronius, governor of Mesopotamia,
176

Eupraxius, master of the records, 450
Euripides, his tomb at Arethusa, 443
Europos, a city of Persia, 337
Eusebia, wife of the Emperor Constan-
tius, 48; her plots against Helena,
103, 253
Eusebius, an orator, surnamed Pittacus,
23, 31; (ii.) High Chamberlain, 33,
36, 167, 281; (iii.) surnamed Mat-
tyocopa, 55; (iv.) brother of Euse-
bia and Hypatius, 160, 253, 516;
(v.) Bishop of Nicomedia, 295
Euseni, an eastern people, near Persia,
29
Eustathius, a philosopher, 136
Eutherius, prefect of the bedchamber,
93, 232
Eutropius, proconsul of Asia, 512
Evagrius, one of the emperor's house-
hold, 280
Exsuperius, one of the Victorian Legion,
61

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FABIUS MAXIMUs, 81
Fabricius Luscinus, 548
F' an island on the coast of Persia,
38
Farnobius, 587, 601
Faustina, the second wife of the Em-
peror Constantius, 253, 271, 423
Faustinus, a military secretary, 562
Felix, master of the offices, 233,317
Fericius, a Mauritanian chief, 530
Ferratus, a mountain in Mauritania,
527
Festus, governor of Syria, 519; his
cruelties, 528
Fidustius, accused of magic, 505
Firmus, a Mauritanian chief, 525; his
flight, 533; commits sucide, 537
Flavian, a Roman citizen, 502
Florentius, (i.) prefect of the Pretorian
Guard, 110, 128, 216, 232, 253,
270; (ii) the son of Nigridianus, 58,
213, 279; (iii.) the prefect of Gaul
under Valentinian, 452; (iv.) a tri-
bune, 430; (v.) Duke of Germany,
525 -
Fortunatianus, a count, 504
Forum of Trajan, 102
Fragiledus, a Sarmatian chief, 148
Franks, 58, 141,235
Fraomarius, king of the Bucenobantes,
a German tribe, 524
Frigeridus, a Roman general, 595,600
Fritigernus, general of the Goths, 587,
593, 607, 609
Frontinus, 472
Fullofaudes, military duke in Britain,
453
Fulvius, a Roman general, 81

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21; summoned by the emperor, 37;
leaves Antioch and arrives at Con-
stantinople, 39; is sent to Istria, 41;
put to death, 42; his personal ap-
pearance and character, 43
Gallus, a river in Bithynia, 426
Garamantes, an African tribe, 307
Garumna (the Garonne), 78
Gaudentius, 51, 95, 143, 254, 300
Gaugamela, a city in Adiabene, 334
Gaul, description of 73; its provinces,
79; its inhabitants, 80; produce,
81
Gaza (now Ghuzzeh), a city of Pales-
tine, 29
Gazaca, a town in Media, 337
Geapolis, a town in Arabia, 338
Gedrosia, a province of Persia, 343
Gelani, a people of the East, near Persia,
134

Geloni, a tribe near the Caspian, 291

Genonia, a town in Parthia, 338

Genua (Genoa), chief town of the
Ligures, 77

George, bishop of Alexandria, 300,
301

Gerasa, a town in Arabia, 29
Gerasus (the Pruth), 584
Germanianus, 255
Germanicopolis, in Bithynia, 456
Germanicus, 306
Germany, 78
Gerontius, tortured by Constantius, 12
Gildo, a Mauritanian chief, 526
Glabrio, Acilius, 17
3omoarius, or Gumoharius, 233, 255,
269,422, 429
Gordian, the elder, 421; (ii) the
younger, 326
Gorgias of Leontinum, 554
Gorgonius, Caesar's chamberlain, 48
Goths, 442, 445, 585; invade Thrace,
599; defeated by Frigeridus, 601;
massacre of the, 623
Gratian, the elder, 566; (ii.) son of
Valentinian, 448; takes Equitius as
his colleague, 551, 602, 605; sur-
prised by Sebastian, 607
Grumbates, king of the Chronitae, 176,
185
Gruthungi, a tribe of Ostrogoths, 446,
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Hasdrubal, a Carthaginian general, 77
Hatra, an ancient town in Mesopotamia,
395
Hebrus (Maritza), a river in Thrace,
172
Hecataeus, an ancient geographer, 287
Hecatompylos, a town in Parthia, 338
Helen, wife of Julian, 71; her death
and burial, 244
Helenopolis (Frankfort-on-the-Maine),
425
Helice, a town in Achaia, destroyed by
an earthquake, 140
Heliodorus, a seer, 504; his atrocities,
515; death of 517
Heliogabalus, 421
Heliopolis, a town of Syria, 131
Helipolis, a military engine used in
sieges, 324
Helpidius, prefect of the East, 253
Hendinos, a title given to the Burgun-
dian kings, 495
Heniochi, a tribe near the Euxine, 290
Heraclea, a city of Thrace, called also
Perinthus, 278
Heraclitus, the philosopher of Ephesus,
274

Herculanus, officer of the guard, 33
Hercules, 73

Hermapion, 132
Hermes Trismegistus, 270
Hermogenes, master of the horse, 33,

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(ii.) of Pontus, prefect of the prae-
torium, 208, 253; (iii.) a Roman
general in Germany, 481
Hermonapa, an island in the Palus
Maeotis, 291
Hermopolis, a city in the Thebais, 312
Herod, 29
Herodianus, 314
Herodotus, 311
Hesiod, 16
Hesperius, proconsul of Africa, 502
Hesychia, a Roman matron, 477
Hiaspis, a district on the Tigris, 169
Hiberia, a country in Asia, near Col-
chis, 463; is divided between the
Persians and Romans, 466, 549
Hibita, a station in Mesopotamia, 399
Hiera, an island on the coast of Sicily,
one of the AEgates, 139
Hierapolis, a city in Commagena, 28,
267, 319; (ii.) a city in Phrygia,
333

Hierocles, son of Alypius, governor of
Britain, 514
Hieroglyphics of the Egyptians, 130

Hilarinus, a charioteer, 411

Hilarius, 505
Hileia, a town in Mesopotamia, 170
Hipparchus, the philosopher, 407
Hippias of Elis, 90
Hippocephalus, a suburb of Antioch,
270
Hippopotamus of Egypt, 310
Histros, a city of Thrace, 293
Homer, 20, 71, 170, 191, 270, 341,
442, 453,479, 617
Honoratus, Count of the East, 3, 21
Hormisdas, a Persian prince, 102; (ii.)
a general of the emperor Julian, 347;
(iii.) son of the preceding, 427
Horre, a town in Mesopotamia, 183
Hortarius, king of the Allemanni, 107,
144, 161; (ii.) a German noble, 525
Hucumbra, 374
Huns, 577–582
Hydriacus, a river in Carmania, 339
Hydrus, the, 310
Hymetius, proconsul of Africa, 471;
banished to Boae, a town in Dalmatia,

742
Hypanis (the Bog), a river of Sarma-
tia, 291

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Ichneumon, an Egyptian reptile, 310
Iconium, a town in Pisidia, 5
Icosium, a town in Mauritania, 529
Idmon, an augur, 290
Igilgitatum, part of the coast of Mauri-
tania, so called from the town Igil-
gili (Iijeli), 526
Igmazen, king of Mauritania, 535
Ilus, son of Troas, 296
Imbros, an island off the coast of
Thrace, 286
Immo, a Roman count, 261
Ingenuus, a rebel, 274
Innocentius, 121
Iphicles, a philosopher, envoy from
Epirus, 561
Iris, a river flowing into the Euxine,
289
Isaflenses, a people of Africa, 534
lsaura, a large town at the foot of
Mount Taurus, 144
Isauria, a province of Asia Minor, 143
Isaurians, rebellion of the. 5; they
besiege Seleucia, 8; compelled by
Nebridius to disperse, 10
Isocrates, 570
Izala, a mountain in Mesopotamia, 173

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Jerusalem, the temple of 317
Jews, 283
Jovian, chief officer of the guard, 276;
son of Varronianus, 388; elected
emperor after Julian, 388; his
treaty with Sapor, 393; advances to
Hatra, 395; his severity, 399; vi-
sits Tarsus, 402; dies suddenly at
Didastana, 403; his character, 405;
his body brought to Constantinople,
406
Jovianus, a secretary, 361, 398, 417
Jovinianus, a Persian satrap, 175
Jovinus, master of the horse, 256, 261,
279, 396; commander of the forces
in Gaul, 414; his vigour, 436;
defeats the Germans, 458; his execu-
tion, 501
Jovius, a quaestor, 256, 294
Juba, king of Mauritania, 308
Jubileni, an African tribe, 535
Julian, son of Constantius and Basilina,
383; born at Constantinople, 295;
educated by Eusebius, bishop of
Nicomedia, 295; protected by Queen
Eusebia, 48; is invested with the
title of Caesar, 69; married to Helena,
71; made consul, 83; marches
against the Allemanni, 85; tempe-
rate habits, 89; his moderation, 91;
plots against, 93; second consulship,
104; his first campaign, 105; his
prudence, 107; his speech to his
soldiers, 109; the Allemanni sue
for peace, 126; fixes his winter
residence at Paris, 128; attacks the
Chimavi, 141; military sedition,
142; he crosses the Rhine, 163;
Constantius grows jealous of him,
216 ; saluted as emperor, 219; his
dream, 223; his letters to Constan-
tius, 229; elected emperor by the
army, 234; crosses the Rhine, and
attacks the Attuarii, 235; death of
his wife Helena, 244; pretended
adherence to Christianity, 246;
defeats the Allemanni, 249; speech
to his soldiers, 250; enters Sermium,
257; his letter to the senate, 259;
besieges Aquileia, 261; his march
through France, 267; hears of the
death of Constantius, and enters Con-

stantinople, 278; his severities, 279;
reforms the imperial palace, 281;
openly professes paganism, 283; sets
out for Antioch, 295; visits the
ancient temple of Cybele at Pessinus,
and offers sacrifices, 296; winters at
Antioch, 298; forbids the masters of
rhetoric to instruct Christians, 299; .
prepares for an expedition against the
Persians, 302; orders the church at
Antioch to be closed, 304; writes
his ‘Misopogon, 305; marches into
Mesopotamia, and arrives at Carrhoe,
320; addresses his army, 328;
invades Assyria, 347; captures and
burns Pirisabora, 353; addresses
the army, 354; his continence, 368;
his sacrifice to Mars, 369; storms
Megalomalcha, 357-362; burns all
his ships except twelve, 370; his self-
denial, 377; alarmed by prodigies,
377; wounded in fighting with the
Persians, 379; his dying speech,
381; death, 383; his character,
383-386; his personal appearance,
387

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Lampadius, prefect of the practorian

guard, 55; made prefect of the city,
440

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Lampsacus, a city of Mysia, 287
laniogaisus, a Frank and tribune, 59
Laodicea, a town of Syria, 28
Laranda, a town in Isauria, 8
Latinus, count of the domestics, 34
Laudias, a fort in Mesopotamia, 179
Laumellum, a town in Italy, 72
Lauricius, sent as governor to Isauria,
211
Lawyers, Roman, described, 555
Lazica, a province of Scythia, 465
Leap-year explained, 407
Lemannus (the Lake Leman), 79
Remnos, an island off the coast of
Thrace, 286
Lentia (Lintz), 52, 602
Lentienses, incursions of the, 53
Leo, a Pannonian, 407, 470, 551,
561
Leonas, quaestor of Constantius, 233
Leontius, prefect of Rome, 65
Leptis, a town in Africa, distress of,
497; implores the emperor's aid, 499
Lesbos, an island on the AEgean Sea,
286
Leuce, an island in the Black Sea,
292
Liberius, bishop of Rome, banished by
Constantius for refusing to concur
in the deposition of Athanasius, 67
Libino, a count, sent by Julian against
the Allemanni and slain, 247
Libya, 312
Libyssa, a town in Bithynia, 295
Limigantes, slaves of the Sarmatians,
151, 203; their treachery, 151,203,
205; defeated, 207
Lions in Mesopotamia, 177
Londinium (London), 212,454, 483
Lorne, a fort in Mesopotamia, 201
Lotophagi, mentioned by Homer, 20
Lucillianus, count of the domestics, and
father-in-law of Jovian, 39, 159,
175, 257, 322, 396, 402
Lucullus, a Roman general who defeated
the Thracians, 444
Lugdunum (Lyons), 79
Lupicinus, master of the horse, 163;
sent against the Picts, 212, 233; (ii.)
count of Thrace, 587, 589; (iii.) one
of the Gentiles, 460
Luscinus, 361, 548

Luscus, governor of Antioch, burnt to
death, 25

Lusius, an officer under Trajan, 526

Lutetia (Paris), the capital of the Pa-
risii, 78

Luto, count, 65

Lycaonia, part of Asia Minor, 7

Lycurgus, the Spartan lawgiver, 88,
296,572

Lyons (Lugdunum), 79

gulf of (Adgradus), 80

Lysimachia, 287

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MACELLUM, in Cappadocia, 48
Macepracta, a town in Assyria, 351
Maces, a promontory in the Persian
Gulf, 332
Machameus, a Roman general, killed,
374
Macrianus, a king of the Allemanni,
164,494, 523, 552
Macrones, a people near the Euxine,
290
Maeotus Palus (the Sea of Azov), 291
Magamalcha, a city in Persia, 357
Magi, 336
Maharbal, 170
Malaricus, commander of the Gentiles,
56, 57; appointed by Jovian com-
mander of the forces in Gaul, 396
Malechus Podosaces, 350
Mallobaudes, or Mellobaudes, 41, 56,
553,603
Mamersides, 353, 363
Mamertinus, 255, 259, 279; made
prefect of Italy, with Africa and
Illyricum, 414; accused of pecula-
tion, 451 -

Mancinus, C. Hostilius, a Roman
consul, 44

Manlius Priscus, a lieutenant of
Pompey, 95

Maraccus, a river near the Caspian Sea,
291
Maranx, a district in Persia, 375
Maras, a Christian deacon, put to the
torture, 32
Maratocupreni, a people in Syria, who
lived by plunder, 48
Marcellianus, duke of Valeria, 539

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