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Volustana, summit of the Cambunian Commentaries of the pontiffs, vi. 1.
See iv. 3.
dedicated to him, and burned, i. 37; viii. Xanthippus, Lacedæmonian general,
Xenoclides, governor of Chalcis, disap-
xxii. 14 ; xxiii. 14, 19. Fort at its Ætolians, xxxv. 38. Reinforces the
-, a city of the Etrurians, seized Xenophanes, head of an embassy from
of Romans, and escapes through an
Xenophon, Achæan chief, accompanies
first, v. 44. Second, vii. 35. Third, letters under the signature of Flamini-
nus, xl. 55.
', posted in all the streets of
Year is divided by Numa into twelve
lupar months, i. 19.
Those of Sinuessa much celebrated, nails fixed in the wall of a temple, vii. 3.
Yoke, military, iii. 28.
A Roman army
sent under it, ix. 5. A Samnite army,
15. See x. 36.
tenance of horses for the knights, i. 43. gods in honour of her, xxi. 62.
Their money ·lent to the public, xxiv. 18.
Lævinus, xxvi. 24. Is given up to the
Zama, five days' journey from Carthage;
here Scipio defeated Hannibal, xxx. 29.
Remus, i. 4. Images of the wolf and Zelasium, promontory, xxxi. 46.
Zeno supplicates T. Quintius in favour of
his countrymen the Magnetians, xxxv.
is made governor of Apamea by An-
tiochus, xxxvii. 44.
-, Macedonian, governor of Theium,
Zeuxides, prætor of Acarnania, is deposed
for favouring the Romans, xxxiii. 16.
Zeuxis, ambassador from Antiochus to
Scipio, xxxvii. 45.
Zoippus, son-in-law of Hiero, guardian of
Hieronymus, xxiv. 4, 5. Being sent am-
bassador to Egypt, he remains in volun-
tary exile, and his wife and daughters
are murdered by the Syracusans, 26.
Zybea holds part of Bithynia in opposi-
tion to Nicomedes, and is conquered by
the aid of the Gauls, xxxviii. 16.
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