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Marcius Tarpa (Sp.). Vile Tarpa. ferox invictaque. Art. poft. 123. Ne pres udice Tarpa. E. 1, 10, 38. Si quid olim coram populo Medea trucidet, ib. v. 5. scripseris, in Maeci descendat judicis aures, Medum; flumen, C. 2, 9, 21. Art. poet. 387.

Marnius suades, ut vivam? Sat. 1, 1, 101 Maenius absentem Naevium cum carpe ret. Sat. 1, 3, 21. Maenius rebus materuis arque paternis fortiter absumpus, E. 1, 15,

Medus. Neu sinas Medos equitare inul tos, C. 1.2,51. Medus actuaces, C. 1, 27.5; horribilique Medo, C. 1, 29, 5; auditum Me dis Hesperiae sonitum ruinae, C. 2, 1, 31. Medi pharetra decori, C 2, 16, 6; triumpia tis Medis, C. 3, 3, 44. Sub rege Meth, C. 3 5. 9. Medus infestus sibi luctuosis disset armis, C. 3, 8, 19. Medus et Indus, C. 4, 14. 42. Medus Albanas timet secures, Carm

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Maronius. Maeonii carminis alite, C. 1, G. 20. Maconius Homerus, C. 4. 9. 5. Maerius. Ep 6; olentem Maevium, Ep. 13. 2.

Magnessus. C. 3. 7. 18.

Mala; almae filius Maiae, C 1,2, 43. Maia nate! Sat. 2, 6, 5.

Maltinus Sat. 1, 2, 25.

Mamurrae. Sat. 1, 5, 37.
Mandela. E. 1, 18, 206.

Manes fabulae, C. 1. 4. 16; ut inde Manes elicerent, Sat. 1, 8, 29; placantur carmine Manes, E. 2, 1, 138.

Manlius (L.) Vide Torquatus.

Marcellus. C. 1, 12, 46.

Megilla. C. 1, 27, 11.

Meleager. Art. poet. 146,

Melpomene. Praecipe lugubres Cantos,
Melpomene! C. 1, 24, 3; mihi cing: volena
Melpomene comam! C. 3, 30, 16. Quem ia,
Melpomene, semel cet. C 4, 3, 1.
Memnon Sat 1, 10, 36.

Mareoticum. C. 1, 37, 11.

Marica, C. 3, 17, 7.
Sat. 2, 3, 277.

Marius.

Menenius. Sat. 2, 3, 287. Mercurialis. Mercurialium custos virorum, C. 2, 17, 29. Mercuriale imposuere Damasippo cognomen compita, Sat. 2, 3, 25.

Mars. Vide etiam Murors; auctor populi Romani cet, C. 1, 2, 36. Martem tunica tectum adamantina, C. 1, 6, 13; cum Marte toniundet Thyoneus proelia. C. 1, 17, 23; torvo spectacula Marti, C. 1. 28. 17; cruento Marte, C. 2, 14, 13. Martis Equis, C. 3, 3, 16 invisum nepotem Marti redonato, ib. v. 33; arva Marte populata nostro, C. 3, 5, 24. Marcibus fata recludere Mercurius, C. 1. 24, 18; te Poenos proteret altero, ib. v. 33. Vindeli-(comes Veneris), C. 1, 30, 8. Mercurius ce ci didicere nuper, quid Marte posses, C. 4, ler, C. 3, 7, 13. Mercuri, nam te docilis magistro, C. 3, 11. 1; praeda, quam praesens Mercurius fert, Sat. 2, 3, 68. Maia nate, Sat.

Mercurius. Caesaris ultor, C. 1. 2, 41. Mercuri, facunde nepos Atlantis! C. 1, 10,1; magni lovis nuntium, ib. 5. Non lenis pre

14.9.

Memphis; quae diva, C. 3, 26, 10.
Mena Volteius. E. 1, 7, 55.

Menander; stipare Platona Menandro,
Sat. 2.3.11. Dicitur Afrani toga convenisse
Menandro, E. 2. 1, 57.

Menelaus. Sat. 2, 3, 198.

Atride! E. 1.

7, 43.

Marsaeus. Sat. 1, 2, 55.

Marsus. Marsus aper, C. 1, 1, 29; pedes:2, 6,5; ut soles, custos mihi maximus adsis! Marsae cohortis, C. 2, 20, 13. Marsus et ib. v. 15. Apulus, C. 3, 5, 9; cadum Marsi memorem Meriones; pulvere Troico Nigrum Meriduelli, C. 3, 14, 18. Marsis vocibus, Ep. 5.onen, C. 1, 6, 15. Merionen quoque cosces, 76; finitimi Marsi, Ep. 16, 3; caput Marsa dissilire nenia, Ep. 17, 29.

C. I, 15, 26.

Marsya, Sat. 1, 6, 120.

Martialis. C. 1, 17,9.

Messala Corrinus; testa, descende Cor vino jubente! C. 3, 21, 8. Socraticis madet sermonibus, ib. v. 9. Hoc tibi Messala vide ris? Sat. 1, 6, 42. Messala, tuo cum fratre! Sat. 1, 10, 85; diserti Messalae, Art. post.

Massagetar. C. 1, 35, 40.

Massicum; veteris Massici, C. 1, 1. 19 oblivioso Massico ciboria exple! C. 2, 7, 21; quocunque lectum nomine Massicum, C. 3, 21, 5. Massica vina, Sat. 2, 4, 51.

Matinus. Matinum litus, C. 1.23,3; apis Matinae more modoque, C. 4, 2, 27. Matina tacumina, Ep. 16, 28.

Matutinus Pater. Sat, 2, 6, 19.

Martius Mensis. C. 3. 8. 1.

Martius; gramine Martio, C. 3, 7, 26; gramina Martii Campi, C. 4, 1, 39; in certa-371. inine Martio, C. 4, 14, 17. Martía bella, Art. poet, 402.

Maurus; pedes, C. 1, 2, 39. Mauris ja culis, C. 1, 22, 2. Maura unda, C. 2, 6, 3. Mauris anguibus, C. 3, 10, 18. Mavors. C. 4, 6, 23. Maximus. (Paulus Fabius.) C. 4, 1, 11. fb. v. 15. Medea. Iasonem Medea mirata est, Ep. 8. 10: barbarae venena Medeae. Ep. 5, 62: Impudica Colchis, Ep. 16, 53. Si Medea]

Messius Cicirrhus. Messi Cicirrhi pug na, Sat. 1, 5, 52. Messi clarum genus Ösci, ib. 4.

Metaurus C. 4. 4,38.
Metella (Caecilia). Sat. 2, 3, 239.
Metellus. Sat, 2, 1, 67.
Metellus (Celer). C. 2, 1, 1.
Methymnaeus. Sat. 2, 8, 50.
Metius. Vide Marcius.
Miletus. E. 1, 17, 30.
Milonius. Sat. 2. 1, 24.
Mimus. C. 3, 4, 53.
Mimnermus. E. 1, 6, 65; E. 2, 2, 101.
Minae. C. 3, 1, 37.

Minerva. Vide Pallas: castae Minervae C. 3, 3, 23; operosae Minervae studium, C. 3, 12, 5; equo Minervae sacra mentito, C. 4. 6, 13; crassa Minerva, Sat. 2, 2, 2; nihil in vita dices faciesve Minerva, Art. post. 382 Jovis arcanis Minos admissu C

Minoc

i, 23,9; cum de te splendida Minos fecerit]
arbitria, C. 4, 7, 21.

Minturnae. E. 1, 5, 5.
Minutius. E. 1, 18, 20,

Misenum. Miseno oriuntur echini, Sat. 2, 24, 6. 1,33.

Mitylene. Vide Mytilene.

Molossus. Ep. 6, 5. Molossis canibus, bat. 2, 6, 11.

Monaeses. C. 3, 6, 9.

Moschus. E. 1, 5, 9.

Mucius (Scaevola). E. 2, 2, 89.

Mulrius. Sat. 2, 7, 36.

Munctius Plancus (M.) C. 1, 7, totum; consule Planco, C. 3, 14, 28.

Munatius. E. 1, 3, 31.

Neobule. C. 3. 12.
Neptunius. Ep. 9, 7.

Neptunus; tenti maris deo, C. 1, 5, là.
Neptuno, sacri custode Tareti, C. 1, 28, 29.
Festo die Neptuni, C. 3, 28, 2; cantabimus
gradum-Neptunum, ib. v. 10. Parumne Neptuno

Mors; quem Mertis timuit

C. 1, 3, 17. Pallida Mors aequo pulsat pede super fusum est Latini sanguinis? Ep. 7. 3. cet. C. 1, 4, 13. Neptunus Hibernus, Ep. 17, 55. Neptunum procul e terra spectare furentem, E. 1, 11, 10; receptus terra Neptunus, Art. poët

61.

Murena (L. Licinius). C. 2, 10, totum ; auguris Murenae, C. 3, 19, 11. Murena praebente domum, Sat. 1,5 38.

Musa. Imbellis lyrae Musa potens, C. 1, 6, 10; mea Musa, C. 1, 17, 14. Musis amicus, C. 1, 26, 1. Pimplea dulcis! ib. v. 9. Liberum et Musas, C. 1, 32, 9; severae Musa tragoediae, C. 2, 1. 9. Musa procax! ib. v. 37. Quondam cithara tacentem suscitat Musam Apollo, C. 2, 10, 19. Musa, C. 2, 12, 13; carmina Musarum sacerdos canto, C. 3, 1,3. Quo, Musa, tendis? C. 3, 3, 70. Qui Musas amat impares, C. 3, 19, 13. Caelo Musa beat, C. 4, 8. 28. Dicenda Musis proelia, C. 4. 9, 21; mihi pugnam, Musa, velim memores! Sat. 1, 5, 53; nec Musae deditus ulli, Sat. 2, 3, 105. Musa pedestri, Sat. 2, 6, 17; auspice Musa, E. 1, 3, 13. Musa rogata refer! E. 1, 8, 2. Archilochi Musam, E. 1, 19, 28. Albano Musas in monte locutas, E. 2, 1,27; vatem ni Musa dedisset, E. 2, 1, 133. Musarum dona, E. 2, 1, 213; caelatum novem Musis opus, E. 2, 2, 92. Musa dedit fidibus divos puerosque deorum referre, Art. poët. 83. Dic mihi, Musa, virum! ib. 141. Grais dedit ore rotundo Musa loqui, ib. 324. Musa lyrae sollers. ib. 407.

Musa Antonius. E. 1, 15, 3. Mutus. E. 1, 6, 22. Mycenae. C. 1, 7, 9. Mygdonius. Phrygiae Mygdonias opes, C. 2, 12, 22. Mygdoniis campis, C. 3, 16, 41. Myrtale. C. 1, 33, 14. Myrtous. C. 1, 1, 14. Mysi. Ep. 17, 10. Mystes. C. 2, 9, 9. Mytilene. C. 1, 7, 1; E. 1, 11, 17.

N.

Naevius, poëta. E. 2, 1, 53. Naerins. Sat. 2, 2, 68. Naiades. C. 3, 25, 14.

Nasica. Sat. 2, 5, 57; 65, 67. Nasidienus Rufus. Nasidieni coena bea, Sat. 2, 8, 1. Rufus, ib. v. 58 et 81. Natta. Sat. 1, 6, 124.

Nearchus. C. 3, 20, 6.

Necessitas; saeva Necessitas, C. 1, 35, 17; aequa lege Necessitas Sortitur insignes et imos, C. 3, 1, 14; dira Necessitas, C. 3,

Neaera; argutae Neaerae, C. 3, 14, 21, Ep. 15. O dolitura mea multum virtute Neaera! ib. v. 11.

Neapolis. Ep 5, 43.

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Nomentanus; suades, ut vivam sic ut No. mentanus? Sat. 1, 1, 102. Nomentanoque nepoti, Sat. 1, 8, 11. Nomentanumque ne potem, Sat. 2, 1, 22, Sat. 2, 3, 175. Nomen. tanum arripe mecum, ib. 224; conviva Na. sidieni, Sat, 2, 8, 23 et 25; sapiens Nomentanus, ib. v. 60.

Noricus. C. 1, 16, 9 et Ep. 17, 71.
Nothus. C. 3, 15, 11.

Notus; rabiem Noti, quo non aribiter Hadriae Major, C. 1, 3, 14; albus Notus, C. 1, 7, 16; comes Orionis Notus, C. 1, 28, 21. Notis actum, C. 3, 7.5. Notus invido flatu cet, C. 4, 5, 9; petit Syrtes Noto, Ep. 9. 31. Nerendialis. Ep. 17, 48.

Novii. Marsya se voltum ferre negat Noviorum posse minoris, Sat. 1, 6, 121.

Norius. Maenius absentem Novium cum carperet, Sat. 1,3, 21. Novius collega gradu post me sedet uno, Sat. 1, 6, 40.

Nor. Dicetur merita Nox quoque naenia, C. 3, 28, 16. Nox et Diana, Ep. 5, 51.

Numa; quietum Pompili regnum, C. 1, 12, 34. Numa quo devenit et Ancus, E. 1, 6, 27. Saliare Numae carinen, E. 2, 1, 56. Numantia, C. 2, 12, 1.

Numicius. E. 1, 6, 1.
Numidae. C. 3, 11, 47.

Nymphae. Nympharum leves chori, C. 1, 1, 31. Junctae Nymphis Gratiae, C. 1, 4, 6, C. 1, 30, 6. Item, C. 4, 7, 5. Gratia cum Nymphis-Simplices Nymphae, C. 2, 8, 14. Nymphas discentes, C. 2, 19, 3. Faune, Nympharum fugientum amator, C. 3, 18, 1, debitae Nymphis coronae, C. 3, 27, 30.

O.

Occidens. Ep. 1, 13.

Oceanus. Oceano dissociabili, C. 1, 3,
22 Oceano rubro, C. 1.35, 32. Cum Scl
Oceano subest, C. 4, 5, 40; beluosus Ocea-
nus, C. 4, 11, 48. Oceanus circumvagus,
Ep. 16, 41.

15; proximos occupavit Pallas honores, C. I.
12. 20. Jain galeam Pallas et aegida cet, C
1, 15, 11; sonantem Palladis aegida, C. 3. 4.
57. Pallas usto vertit iram ab Ilto in impiam
Aiacis ratem, Ep. 10. 13.
Panaetius. C. 1, 29. 14.
Panthoides. C. 1, 28, 10.
Pantilius. Sat. 1, 10, 78.
Pantolatus. Pantolabo scuriae, Sat. 1, 8.
Pantolabum scurram, Sat. 2, 1, 22.
Paphus. Venus, regina Paphi! C. 1,30,

Octavius. Sat. 1, 10, 82; C. 3, 11, 7.
Ofellus. Otellus rusticus, abnormis sa-11.
piens. Sat. 2, 2, 2, ib. v. 53. 112. 133.

Olympia; magna coronari Olympia, E. 1,1; quae Paphon iuncus visit oloríbus, C. &
1, 30.

28, 14.

Olympicus pulvis, C. 1, 1, 3.

Olympus; curru quaties Olympum, C. 1,
12, 58; opaco Pelion imposuisse Olympo,
C. 3, 4, 52.

Parcae. C. 2, 3, 15. Parcae iniquae, C.
2, 6, 9. Parca non mendax, C. 2, 16, 39; sic
placitum Parcis, C. 2, 17, 16; veraces ceci
nisse Parcae. Carm, sec. 25; certo subtemine
Parcae cet, Ep. 13, 15.

Paris. Pastor cum traheret per freta n
vibus Helenen, C. 1, 15, 1. Fatalis ince
stusque iudex, C. 3, 3, 19. Lacaenae adul-
terae famosus hospes, ib. v. 26. Paridis
busto, ib. v. 40; arsit adulteri crines Helene,
C. 4, 9, 13. Paridis propter amorem, E. 1,
2, 5. Quid Paris ? ib. v. 10.

Parius. Pario marmore, C. 1, 19, 16.
Parios iambos, E. 1, 19, 23.

Parmensis. Vide Cassius. E. 1, 4, 3
Parrhasius. C 4, 8, 6.

Opimius. Sat. 2, 3, 142.

Oppidius Aulus. Sat. 2, 3, 171.
Oppidius Servius. Servius Oppidius,

Sat, 2, 3, 163.

Oppidius Tiberius. Sat. 2, 3, 173.
Opuntius. C. 1, 27, 10.

Orbilius, E. 2, 1, 71.

Orbius. E. 2, 2, 160.

Orcus. Panthoiden iterum Orco demis.
sum, C. 1, 28, 10. Victima nit miserantis
Orci, C. 2, 3, 24; rapacis Orci, C. 2, 18,
30; satelles Orci, ib. v. 34; luridum Orcum,
C. 3, 4, 75; etiam sub Orco, C. 3, 11, 29; Parthi, v. Medi, Persae. Parthos Latio
Impudens Orcum moror, C. 3, 27, 50; nigro imminentes, C. 1, 12, 53; versis animosum
Orco, C. 4, 2, 24; si quis casus puerum ege-equis Parthum dicero, C. 1, 19, 12; perhor-
rit Orco, Sat. 2, 5, 49; metit Orcus grandia rescit miles sagittas et celerem fugam Parthi,
cum parvis, non exorabilis auro, E. 2, 2, catenas Parthus et Italum robur, C. 2, 13, 17.
Parthos feroces, C. 3, 2, 3. Quis Parthum
paveat? C. 4, 5, 25; signa derepta Partho
rum superbis postibus, C. 4, 15, 7; secun-
dum vota Parthorum, Ep. 7, 9; labentis equo
volnera Parthi, Sat. 2, 1, 15; juvenis Parthis
horrendus, Sat. 2, 5, 62; templis Parthorum,
E. 1, 18, 56. Invenior Parthis mendacior,
E. 2, 1, 112; formidatam Parthis te principe
Romam, ib. v. 256.

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Orestes. Nec ferro ut demens genitricem
occidis Orestes, Sat. 2, 3, 133; male tutae
mentis Orestes, ib. v. 137; sit tristis Orestes,
Art. poet. 124.

C. 3, 7, 5,

Oricum vel Oricus.
Oriens. C. 1, 12, 55.
Origo. Sat. 1, 2, 55.

Orion; comes Orionis Notus, C. 1. 28, 21
Nec curat Orion leones agitare, C. 2, 13, 39;
integrae tentator Orion Dianae, C. 3, 4, 71;
pronus Orion, C. 3, 27, 18; tristis Orion, Ep.
10, 10; nautis infestus Orion, Ep. 15, 7.

Ornytus. C. 3, 9, 14.

Orpheus; vocalem Orphea, C. 1, 12, 10.
Threicio Orpheo, C. 1, 24, 13; sacer inter-
presque deorum Orpheus, Art. post. 392.

Sat. 1, 5, 54.

E. 1, 17, 60.

Oscus.
Osiris.

Otho (L. Roscius). Ep. 4, 16.

Patareus. Patareus Apollo, C. 3, 4, 64.
Paullus (L. Aemilius). C. 1, 2, 38.
Paullus. Sat. 1, 6, 41.
Paullus (Fabius) Maximus.
ib. v. 15.

C. 4, 1, 10,

Pausiacus. Sat. 2, 7, 95.
Par, dea. Carm. sec. 57.
Pecunia, E. 1, 6, 37.
Pedanus. E. 1, 4, 2.
Pediatia. Sat. 1, 8, 39.

Pedius Poplicola (Q.) Vide Poplicola.
Sat. 1, 10, 28 et 85.

Pegasus; vix illigatum te triformi Pega-
sus expediet Chimaera, C. 1, 27, 24; ales
Pegasus-gravatus Bellerophontem, C. 4,

P.

Pacideianus. Sat. 2, 7, 97.
Pacorus. C. 3, 6, 9.
Puctolus. Ep. 15, 20.
Pactumeius. Ep. 17, 50.
Pacuvius. E. 2, 1, 56.
Padus. Ep. 16, 28.
Paetus. Sat. 1, 3, 45.
Palatinus. Palatinas arces, Carm. Sec.
5. Palatinus Apollo, E. 1, 3, 17.
Palinurus; non me-exstinxit--Sicula 8.
Palinurus unda, C. 3, 4, 28.

Pallas; (Vide Minerva ;) ope Palladis,
C. 1, 6, 15; intactae Palladis urbem, C. 1, 7,13

11, 27.

Peleus; pacne datum Pelea Tartaro, C. 3,
7, 17; tragicus Telephus et Peleus, pauper
et exsul uterque, Art. poët. 96. Telephe ve
Peleu, ib. v. 104.

Pelides. Pelidae stomachum cedere nes-
cii, C. 1, 6, 6; lites inter Peliden et inter At-
riden, E. 1, 2, 12.

Pelignus. Pelignis frigoribus, C. 3, 19,
Peligna anus, Ep. 17, 60.
Pelios. C. 3, 4, 52.

Pelops; saevam Pelopis domum. C. 1, 6,
Pelopis genitor, C. 1, 28, 7. Pelopis

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Larens, C. 2, 13, 37.
Ep. 17, 65.

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Penates, Penates iniquos, C. 2, 4, 15;
aversos Penates, C. 3, 23, 19; patrios Pena-
es, C. 3, 27, 49; per divos Penates, Sat. 2,
3, 176; per Genium deosque Penates, E. 1,
7, 91.

Pindaricus. Pindaricae Camenac, C. 4,

Penelope; laborantes in uno Penelopen
vitreamque Circen, C. 1, 17. 20. Penelopen 9, 6. Pindarici fontis haustus, E. 1,3, 10.
difficilem procis, C. 3, 10, 11. Penelopam | Pindarus. Pindarum quisquis studet im-
tam frugi tamque pudicam, Sat. 2, 5, 76 et itari cet, C. 4, 2, 1; profundo Pindarus ore,
81; sponsi Penelopae, E. 1, 2, 28.
ib. v. 8. Dircaeum cycnum, ib. v. 25.
Pindus. C. 1, 12, 6.

Pentheus; tectaque Penthei disiecta, C.
2, 19, 14, Sat. 2, 3, 304. Pentheu, rector
Thebarum! E. 1, 16, 73.

Pirithons; amatorem Pirithoum, C. 3, 4,
SO; caro Pirithoo, C. 4, 7, 25.

Pergama. C. 2, 4, 12.
Pergameus. C, 1, 15, 36.

Perillius Cicuta. Cicutae nodosi tabulas,
Sat. 2, 3, 69. Perilli dictantis cet, ib. v, 75;
tu ne sequerere Cicutam, ib. v. 175.

Pisones. Ars poëtica tota. Credite, Pi-
sones, ib. v. 6; ib. 235. Vos, O Pompilius
sanguis! ib. 292. O major iuvenum! ib. v.
366

Persue; graves, C. 1, 2, 22 et C. 3, 5, 4;
pestem in Persas atque Britannos aget, C. I,
21, 15. Persarum vigui rege beatior, C. 3,
9,4; infidi Persae, C. 4, 15, 23.

Persicus. C. 1, 38, 1.

Persius; hybrida Persius, Sat. 1, 7, 2;
dives, ib. v. 4, ib. 19 et 22.

Petillius Capitolinus; mentio si qua de
Capitolini furtis injecta Petilli, Sat. 1, 4, 91;
dura causa rei Petilli, Sat. 1, 10, 26.
Petrinum. E 1, 5, 5.
Pettius. Ep. 11, totus.

Phacar; ut domum possim Phaeax re
verti, E. 1, 15, 24.

Phaethon. C. 4, 11, 25.
Phalantus. C. 2, 6, 12.
Phidyle. C. 3, 23, 2.

Philippi. Philippos et celerem fugam,
C. 2, 7, 9. Philippis versa acies retro, C. 3,
4, 26; me dimisere Philippi, E. 2, 2, 49.

Philippus, Macedoniae rex; diffidit ur-
bium portas vir Macedo muneribus, C. 3, 16,
14; regale nomisma, Philippos, E. 2, 1, 234.
Phocaei. Ep. 16, 17.
Phoceus. C. 2. 4, 2.

Picenus. Sat. 2, 3, 272, et Sat. 2, 4, 70.
Pieris. Pieri! C. 4, 3, 18. Calabrae Pic
rides, C. 4, 8, 20.

Pierius. Pierio antro, C. 3, 4, 40; vit
Pieria pellice saucius, C. 3, 10, 15. Pieriis
modis, Art. pot. 405.
Pimplea. C. 1, 26, 9.

Phrygius. Phrygiae sorores, C. 2, 9, 16.
Phrygius lapis, C. 3, 1, 41; carmen barba-
rum. Ep. 9, 6.

Phryne. Ep. 14, 16.
Phthius. C. 4, 6. 4.

Phyllis. Phyllidis flavae. C. 2, 4, 14, C. 4,
totum; mecrum finis amorum, ib. v. 31.]

Pitholeon. Sat. 1, 10, 22.
Placideianus. Vide Pacideianus.
Plancus (L. Munatius). C. 1,7, totum;
consule Planco, C. 3, 14, 28.
Platon; stipare Platona Menandro, Sat.
2, 3, 11; doctum Platona, Sat. 2, 4, 3.
Plautinus. Art. post. 270.

Plautus; dicitur Plautus ad exemplar Si-
culi properare Epicharmi, E. 2, 1, 58. Ad-
spice, Plautus quo pacto partes tutetur aman.
tis ephebi, E. 2, 1, 171. Quid autem Caeci-
lio Plautoque dabit Romanus cet.? Art.
poët. 54.

Pleiades. C. 4, 14, 21.

Plotius Numida. C. 1, 36, 1.

Pollio (C. Asinius). C. 2, 1, totum. Pol-

Phoebus v. Apollo; metuende certa Phoe-
be sagitta! C. 1, 12, 24; barbite, decus Phoe-
bi! C. 1, 32, 13; auctore Phoebo, C. 3, 3, 66:lio regum facta canit pede ter percusso, Sat.
fidibus citharaque Phoebi, C. 3, 4, 4. Dum 1, 10, 42. Pollio, te, Messala, ib. v. 85.
rediens fugat astra Phoebus, C. 3, 21, 24. Pollur. Pollux arces attigit igneas, C. 3,
Phoebe, qui Xantho lavis amne crinem! C. 3, 9; geminus Pollux, C. 3, 29, 64; frater
1. 6, 26; levis Agyieu, ib. v. 28. Spiritum magni Castoris, Ep. 17, 43. Castor gaudet
Phoebus mihi cet, ib. v. 29. Phoebus me equis; ovo prognatus eodem pugnis, Sat. 2,
increpuit lyra. C. 4, 15, 1. Phoebe silvar-1, 26; cum Castore Pollux, E. 2, 1, 5.
umque potens Diana! Carm. sec. 1; augur Polyhymnia. C. 1, 1, 33.
Phoebus, ib. 62. Phoebi laudes, ib. v. 75.

Pholoe. Cyrus in asperam declinat Pho-
loën, C. 1, 33, 7 et 9. Pholoë fugax, C. 2, 5,
17; si quid Pholoën decet, C. 3, 15, 7.

Pompeius (Sex). Neptunius dux, Ep.
9, 7.
Pompeius Grosphus. C. 2, 16, totum;
utere Pompeio Grospho, E. 1, 12, 22,

Pom.

Phraates; redditum Cyri solio Phraatem,
C. 2, 2, 17; ius imperiumque Phraates Cae-
saris accepit genibus minor, E. 1, 12, 27.
Phryges. C. 1, 15, 34.
Phrygia. C. 2, 12, 22.

Pompeius Varus. C. 2, 7, totum.
pei, meorum prime sodalium, ib. 5.
Pompilius, v. Numa. C. 1, 12, 34.
Pompilius. Art. poet, 292.
Pomponius. Sat. 1, 4, 52.
Ponticus. C. 1, 14, 11.

Plotius (Tucca). Plotius et Varius, Sat.
1, 5, 40; rursusque, Sat. 1, 10, 81.
Pluto. C. 2, 14, 7.

Plutonius. C. 1, 4, 17.

Poena. C. 3, 2, 32; Cfr. C. 4, 5, 24.
Poenus; superante Poeno, C. 1, 12, 38,
uterque Poenus, C. 2. 2, 11. Poeno sangui.
ne, C. 2, 12, 3; navita Bosporum Poenus
perhorrescit, C. 2, 13, 15. Marte Poenos pro
teret altero, C. 3, 5, 31; impio Poenorum
tumultu, C. 4, 4, 47.

Polemon. Sat. 2, 3, 254.

Poplicola (M. Valerius Poplicola Messa
la) Corvinus. Latine cum causas exsude!
Poplicola Corvinus, Sat. 1, 10, 28; to, Mes
sala, tuo cum fratre, ib. v. 85.

Porcius. Sat. 2, 8, 23.

Porcius Cato (M.), v. Cato.

Porphyrion. C. 3, 4, 54.

Porsena. Ep 16, 4.
Posturius. C. 2. 14, 1.

Praeneste; frigidum Praeneste, C. 3, 4,
23. Homerum Pracneste relegi, E. 1, 2, 2.
Praenestinus. Sat. 1, 7, 26.

Proserpina; saeva Proserpina, C. 1, 28,
20: furvae regna Proserpinae, C. 2, 13, 21;|
oro regna per Proserpinae, Ep. 17, 2; me
imperiosa trahit Proserpina, Sat. 2, 5, 110.

Proteus; pecus egit cet, C. 1, 2, 7; scele-
ratus Proteus, Sat. 2, 3, 71. Quo teneam
voltus mutantem Protea nodo? E. 1, 1, 90.
Publius. Vide Quintus.

Pudor; deus, Carm. sec. 57.

Punicus; signa Punicis affixa delubris, C.
3, 5, 17. Infecit aequor sanguine Punico, C.
3, 6, 31; hostis Punico lugubre mutavit sa-
gum, Ep. 9, 27; post Punica bella, E. 2, 1, 162.
Pupius. E. 1, 1, 67.

Pusilla; nomen, Sat. 2, 3, 216.
Puteal; adesse ad Puteal, Sat. 2, 6, 35,
Forum Putealque Libonis mandabo siccis, E.
1, 19, 8.

Quinctius Hirpinus. C. 2, 11, totum;
E. 1, 16, tota.

Quirinus; populo Quirini, C 1, 2, 46
Quirinus Martis equis Acheronta fugit, C. 3

Priamides. Sat. 1, 7, 12.

Priamus; dives Priamus, C. i, 10, 14:3, 15. Janum Quirini, C. 4, 15,9, quae carent
regnum Priami vetus, C. 1, 15. 8. Priami ventis et solibus ossa Quirini, Ep. 16. 13;
domus periura, C 3, 3, 26. Priami busto, monuit me Quirinus post mediam noctem
ib. v. 40; laetam Priami choreis aulam, C. visus, Sat. 1, 10, 32; in colle Quirini, E. 2,
4, 6, 15; rex procidit pervicacis ad pedes 2, 68.
Achillei, Ep. 17, 13; populus Priami Priam- Quiris. Quis te redonavit Quiritem cet. 1
usque, Sat. 2,3, 195. Fortunam Priamican-C. 2, 7, 3, amici dona Quiritis, E. 1, 6, 7,
talo, Art. poet. 137.
Quirites; mobilium turba Quiritium, C.
Priapus; uvam, qua muneretur te, Pria-1, 1, 7; bellicosis Quiritibus, C. 3, 3, 57.
pa! Ep. 2, 21. Priapus, furum aviumque Quae cura patrum quaeve Quiritium ? C. 4
axima formido, Sat.1, 8, 2
11, 1.
Priscus. Sat. 2, 7, 9.
Procne. Art. poët. 187.
Proculeius. C. 2, 2, 5.
Procyon. C. 3, 29, 13.
Proetus. C. 3, 7, 13.
Prometheus; addere principi limo coac-
tas particulam undique desectam, C. 1, 16,
13. Prometheus et Pelopis parens dulci la-
borum decipitur sono, C. 2, 13, 37. Calli-
dum Promethea, C. 2, 18, 35. Prometheus
obligatus aliti, Ep. 17, 67.

Quinctius Atta (T.) E. 2, 1, 79.
Quinquatrus. E. 2, 2, 197.

Quintus. Sat. 2, 5, 32

Quinctilius Varus.
1, 24, totum.
set, Art. poct. 433.

R.

Raetus. Raetis sub Alpibus, C. 4, 4, 17
Tiberius immanes Retos pepulit, C. 4, 14
15. Devota morti pectora liberae, ib. v. 1S.
Ramnes. Art. poet. 342.

Regulus. Regulum insigni referam
Camena, C. 1, 12, 37; mens provida Reguli,
C. 3, 5, 13.

Remus. Ep 7, 19.

Rex Rupilius. Vide Rupilius Rex.
Rhenus. Rheni luteum caput, Sat. 1, 10.
37; flumen Rhenum, Art. poet. 18.
Rhodanus. C. 2, 20, 20.
Rhode. C. 3, 19, 27.
Rhodius. Sat. 1, 10, 22.
Rhodope. C. 3, 25, 12.

Rnados; claram Rhodon, C. 1, 7, 1. Rhe
dos et Mytilene pulchra, E. 1, 11, 17; ib. 21
Rhoetus. C 2, 19, 23; C. 3, 4, 55.

Roma; dum longus inter saeviat lion RC-
mamque pontus, C. 3, 3, 38. Roma ferox
ib. v. 44. Incolumi Jove et urbe Roma, C.
3, 5, 12. Paene delevit urbem Dacus, C, 3
6, 14; beatae fumum strepitumque Romae
C. 3, 29, 12. Urbi sollicitus times, ib. v. 26.
Urbis publicum ludum, C. 4, 2, 41. Romae
principis urbium, C. 4, 3, 13. Quid debeas,
O Roma, Neronibus, C. 4, 4, 37; tutela prae-
sens dominae Romae! C. 4, 14, 44. Alme
Sol, possis nihil urbe Roma visere maius!
Carm. sec. 11. Roma si vestrum est opus,
ib. 37. Suis et ipsa Roma viribus ruit, Ep.
16, 2; magna Roma, Sat. 1, 5, 1; pater me

Pylades. Sat. 2, 3, 139.
Pylius Nestor. C. 1, 15, 22.
Pyrrha, C. 1, 2, 7.
Pyrrha. C. 1, 5, 3.
Pyrrhia. E. 1, 13, 14.
Pyrrhus. C. 3, 6, 35.
Pyrrhus. C. 3, 20, 2.

Pythagoras. C. 1, 28, 10; Cfr. ib. v. 13: puerum est ausus Romam portare docen
non sordidus auctor naturae verique. Py-dum, Sat. 1, 6, 75. Romae seu fors ita jus
thagorae arcana renati, Ep. 15, 21; praecepserit, exsul, Sat. 2, 1, 59. Romae sponsorem
tis, qualia vincant Pythagoran, Sat. 2, 4, 3; me rapis, Jane, Sat. 2, 6, 23; Sat. 2, 7, 13.
faba Pythagorae cognata, Sat. 2, 6, 62. Romae rus optas, ib. v. 28. Dum tu decla-
mas Romae, E. 1. 2, 2; rezia Roma, E. 1.7,
44; cur Romae Tibur amem, E. 1, 8, 12; ça

Pythagoreus. E. 2, 1, 52.

Pythias. Art. poët. 238.

Pythius; incola Pythius, C. 1. 16, 6; qui Capua Romam petit, E. 1, 11, 11. Romae
Pythia cantat tibicen, Art. poët, 414.

laudetur Samos absens, ib. v. 21; (me
quandocunque trahunt invisa negotia Ro
mam, E. 1, 14, 17. Jactamus iat priden
omnis te Roma beatum., E. 1, 16, 18. Carus
eris Romae donec te deserat aetas, E. 1, 20

10. Roma potens, E. 2, 1, 61. Romae dulce.
C. 1, 18, totum; Cdiu fuit mane domo vigilare cet, E. 2, 1, 103
Quinctilio i quid recitares formidatam Parthis te principe Romam, ib.
Romae nutriri mihi contigit, E 2, 4,

v. 256.

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