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Marius, Consul - - - - - -
The New Order of Military Chieftains . - - -
Marius's Especial Position - - - - -
Victories over Jugurtha
And over the Northern Barbarians
His Happier Spirit - -
Episodes: Metellus the Fortunate Man
Lucilius the Satirist -
Trial of Metellus Numidicus
Career of Servilius Caepio . - - -
Decay of Liberty: Repairs
Tribunes of A. C. 104
Appuleius Saturninus - - -
At the Head of the Populace - - -
Marius with him - - - - - -
The First Move in their Game
Separation of the Confederates .
Overthrow of Saturninus . - -
Decline of Marius as an Honest Man
THE ITALIAN WAR FOR LIBERTY.
Some of the Actors in the Recent Seditions .
The Italians generally - - -
Bithynia and Sicily: Allies and Subjects of the Commonwealth
Condition of the Italians -
Their Desire to be Citizens of Rome .
Its Decision . - - - - -
The Licinian and Mucian Law
Tribuneship of Drusus
His Policy and Presumption . - -
He becomes the Leader of an Italian League
*But is opposed and slain
Law of Warius - -
Pompadius Silo and the Boy Cato
The Italian League in Arms . - - -
Its Organization and Government .
Measures of Resistance employed at Rome
The War: Its Passions
And Horrors - -
Cato's Tribunate .
Events of the First Year - -
Symptoms of Reconciliation: the Julian Law
Events of the Second Year .
Peace and Citizenship - - - - -
Transformation of the City to the Nation ineffectual
CHA PTER IV.
SULLA : CIVIL WAR AND DESPOTISM.
Safety of the Commonwealth : Individual Efforts
Sulla elected Consul
His Enmity to Marius . -
Struggle between them: Sulpicius
Sulpicius and Marius triumphant
But are next terribly defeated
Departure of Sulla . - - - - - -
Cinna enters into the Struggle between Sulla and Marius
And aids Marius to Horrible Revenge
Marius's Murders and Death
Four Years of Uncertainty
Return of Sulla .
Destruction . - - - - - -
His Partisans and Views
His few Opponents
Sulla is made Dictator - - - -
The Policy and Legislation of the Dictatorship
His Determination to be Master
Unexpected Opposition: Volaterrae
Pompey's Triumph .
Cicero's Defence of Sulla's Victims
Abdication of the Dictator
His Death . - - -
Condition of the Commonwealth : at Rome
In the Provinces - - -
Attempts to shake the Dominion left by Sulla: Lepidus
Sertorius . - - - - - - - -
His Commonwealth in Spain . - - - - - -
His Campaigns and Death - - - - - -
Insurrection of Gladiators, Slaves, and Italians . - -
Their Leader, Spartacus - - - - - - - -
Efforts within Rome . - - - - - - - -
POMPEY : RESORT TO ONE.
Desire for Tranquillity . . . . . . . .
Pompey's Position . - - - - - - - -
His Personal Influence and that of other Men: Crassus and Lucullus
Pompey and Crassus, Consuls .
Restoration of the Tribunate . - - - - - -
Change in the Judiciary . - - -
Revival of the Censorship . - - - - - -
Pompey in Retirement
The Cornelian Laws . - - - - - - -
Other Figures besides Pompey . - - - -
Caesar . - - - - - - - - - -
Cicero - - - - - -
Party of the Senate . - - - - - - -
Reappearance of Pompey . . . - - - - -
In Command against the Pirates . - - - - - -
And against Mithridates . - - - - - - -
Recurring Confusion in Rome - - - - - -
CICERO : RESORT TO UNION.
Cicero in Middle Life: his Necessities and Aims
Attack and Defence of Laws . - - - -
Defenders: Cato - - - - - - -
Cicero in the Consulship - - - - - - -
His general Policy . . . - -
And Warious Measures .
Assailants: Caesar . - - - - - - -
His Instruments: Rullus, and the Agrarian Bill . - -
Labienus, and the Trial of Rabirius . - -
Assailants again: Catiline
His Election prevented by Cicero .
Its Exposure by Cicero
Its Suppression - - - -
The Laws again upheld by Violations .
Glory of Cicero - - - -
Last Day of his Consulship - -
Pompey's Victories: Prostration of the East
His Return . - - - - -
And his Union with Caesar in the Triumvirate
Decline of Cicero
And of Liberty in Rome .
PHILOSOPHY AND FAITH OF THE LATER ROMANS.
The Great Man's Obsequies .
And the Poor Man's
Difference to the Mass and to its Superiors in respect to the Decay
of Law - - - - -
And in the Substitution of Philosophy
Originality and Trial of Rome
Illustration : History of Art in Rome
Philosophy : Progress from Socrates, through P
To the Stoic and the Epicurean Schools
The New Academy: Doubt
Roman View of Philosophy
That taken by Cicero
How carried out by him
Catullus . -
Sallust, the Historian .
Extinction of Virtue and Hope .
lato and Aristotle .
PERIOD OF OVERTHROW.
Caesar’s Traits . - - - - - - - -
His Position through the Triumvirate - - -
And the Consulship . - -
Unusual Extent of his Proconsulship
Cicero downcast .
Assailed by Clodius .
And driven into Banishment - - - -
His Return . - - - - - - -
Way open to Caesar -
His Exploits and Gains in Gaul
Subsequent Designs - - -
Intervening Movements of his Adversaries
The Crisis - -
Caesar in Possession of Rome
And of the Roman World -
He becomes Perpetual Dictator and Emperor
Fall of Liberty in Rome
His Ambition . - - - - - - -
The Conspiracy against him - - - - -
Letter to Caesar - - - - - - - *
His Murder - - - - - - - -
The Funeral and the Will
THE CONSPIRATORS AND THE TRIUMWIRS.
First Days after the Murder