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Volume Information Source: The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 45, Parts 1 and 2 (1955), pp. 253-259 Published by: Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/298736 . Accessed: 08/05/2014 21:18 Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms & Conditions of Use, available at . http://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp . JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact [email protected]. . Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies is collaborating with JSTOR to digitize, preserve and extend access to The Journal of Roman Studies. http://www.jstor.org This content downloaded from 169.229.32.137 on Thu, 8 May 2014 21:18:17 PM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions
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Volume InformationSource: The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 45, Parts 1 and 2 (1955), pp. 253-259Published by: Society for the Promotion of Roman StudiesStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/298736 .

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INDEXES I. INDEX OF NAMES AND SUBJECTS

A

Aelius Statutus, 49, n. 21.

Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1951-5, by J. K. St. Joseph, 82-91.

Allington Hill, nr. Cambridge, rectangular enclosures noticed, 89.

Antonine Wall, 86. Appendix Vergiliana, recogn. R. Ellis, reviewed, 231. Arbury Banks, nr. Ashwell (Herts.), pre-Roman

farming settlement identified, 89. Ardoch, temporary camp examined, 87. Armstrong, A. H., reviews A. J. Festugiere, La

R&vjlation d'Hermes Trismegiste, vol. iv, i88. Ashton Watering (Som.), site excavated, walls dis-

covered, coins found, 139.

Alugustan Docutment Recovered, by E. G. Turner, 119-120.

B

Balmuildy (Lanarks.), nr. Antonine Wall, camp identified, 86-7.

Balsdon, J. P. V. D., discusses Karl Barwick, Caesars Bellum Civile, i6i ; discusses Michel Rambaud, L'art de la deformation historique dans les Commentaires de Cesar, i6i * discusses Michel Rambaud, Cicerotn et i'histoire romaine, i6i; reviews J. Van Ootoghem, Pompee le Grand, batisseur d'empire, 174.

Banwell (Som.), near, building's foundations, with coins, re-identified, 140.

Barber, E. A., reviews Sex. Propertii Elegiarumn libri IV, 229; Sexti Properti Carmina noticed, 242.

Barini, C., Triuzmphalia. Imprese ed onori militari duirante l'Impero Romano, noticed, 238.

Barwick, Karl, Caesars Bellumn Civile, discussed, I61-4.

Bath (Som.), near, coffins found, 140. Baynes, Norman H., Byzantine Stuidies and other

Essays, reviewed, I65. Beare, W., The Roman Stage. A short History of

Latin Drama in the time of the Reptublic, reviewed, 223.

Becatti, Giovanni, Arte e gusto negli scrittori latini, reviewed, 222.

Bedford (Ouse Valley), settlements on alluvial gravels identified, go.

Bell, Sir Idris, Cults and Creeds in Graeco-Romani Egypt, reviewed, I89.

Bellinger, A. R., see Rostovtzeff, M. I. Below, K. H., Der Arzt im Ronmischen Recht,

reviewed, 179. Ben Bridge (Som.), cremations in ditched enclosures

found, 140. Benwell (Northd.), leaden sealing with inscription

found, 147. Bersu, Gerhard, Das Wittnauer Horn im Kanton

Aargau, reviewed, 207. Beyen, H. G., Eenheid en Tegenstelling in de Kuinst

van den Vroegen Keizertijd, noticed, 240. Binchester (Durham), suspected settlement examined,

83. Bishopton (Renfrews.), fort explored, 123.

Blakehope (Northd.), camp and fort discovered, 85. Bloch, Raymond, Les Etrusques, noticed, 240. Boethius, Axel, reviews P. Rene Mouterde et Jean

Lauffray, Beyrouth, ville romaine, histoire et monut- ments, 202.

Bonner, S. F., reviews M. L. Clarke, Rhetoric at Rome, a Historical Survey, 220.

Brink, C. O., reviews Ettore Lepore, Il Princeps ciceroniano e gli ideali politici della tarda Repuzbblica, '75.

Britain, Air Reconnaissance in, 1951-5, by J. K. St. Joseph, 82-91.

Brogan, Olwen, Roman Gaul, reviewed, 2o8; reviews Pierre Wuilleumier, Lyon, M6tropole des Gaules, 210.

Brough-under-Stainmore (Westm.), ramparts examined, 128; inscriptions on leaden sealings examined, 147.

Brown, Frank E., reviews Gaetano De Sanctis, Storia dei Romani, Vol. Iv, Parte ii, i85 ; reviews Sir Mortimer Wheeler, Archaeology from the Earth, 214; see Rostovtzeff, M. I.

Brown, W. L., reviews Phyllis Williams Lehmann, Roman Wall Paintings from Boscoreale in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, I95.

Burrow Walls, nr. Workington (Cumb.), fort identified, 83.

C C. Julius Priscus, 49, n. 34. Caerleon (Mon.), excavations in 1954, 122.

Caister-on-Sea (Norfolk), paved road excavated, 136. Campbell, I. M., reviews L. R. Palmer, The Latin

Languiage, 21 9.

Canterbury (Kent), foundations of gate tower excavated, brick-earth and occupation material found, 144; pits and timber house found, 145; fragment of inscription on tile examined, I48; part of cup found in 1953, graffito examined, 148; part of base with graffito found in 1953, 148.

Caputo, G., and Goodchild, R., Diocletian's Price- Edict at Ptolemais (Cyrenaica), io6-iI5.

Cardean (Angus), temporary camp discovered, 87. Carlisle-Penrith (Cumb.) road, signal station

trenched, 127.

Carronbridge (Dumfriess.), excavations in 1954, 122.

Casal, J. M., Fotilles de Virampatnam-Arikamediu, reviewed, 200.

Castell Collen (Radnors.), practice-camp identified, 88 * fort defences and Samian ware examined, 121.

Castledykes (Lanarks.), temporary camp discovered, 85; ditched enclosure traced, Antonine potsherds found, 123.

Catterick (Yorks.), temporary camp outline observed, 82.

Cesar, Guterre d'Alexandrie. Texte etabli et traduit par J. Andrieu, reviewed, 227.

Channelkirk (Berwick), camp with ditch and rampart examined, 85.

Charterhouse (Som.), ditched enclosure near amphi- theatre discovered, 89.

Chedworth (Glos.), drainage system in villa found, 139; fragment of bowl with graffito found, 149.

Chester (Deva), fortress examined, traces of three granaries found, 128-9; fragment of inscription examined, 146.

Chesters (Northumb.), fragment of inscription on tombstone found, 146.

Chew Magna (Som.), near, minor road noted, 140. Chew Park (Som.), ditch system and farmhouse

observed, well with pottery and coins discovered, 139-140.

Chilton, C. W., The Roman Law of Treason under the Early Principate, 73-81.

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Church Farm, Totternhoe (Beds.), building excavated, 136.

Clarke, John, reviews V. E. Nash Williams, The Roman Frontier in Wales, 212.

Clarke, M. L., Rhetoric at Rome, a Historical Survey, reviewed, 220.

Clifford, E. M., Stamped tiles found in Gloucestershire, 68-72.

Clipsham (border of Rutland and Lincolns.), soil- marks noticed, pottery found, 89.

Coddenham (Suffolk), road noticed, Samian ware found, I36.

Colchester (Essex), theatre outline observed, 88 rectangular enclosures noticed, 89; portico walls found, 137; inscription from altar's base found, I46.

Colly Weston Great Wood (Northants.), stone structures excavated, pottery found, 134.

Corbridge (Northd.), excavations in 1954, 84, 127. Corder, Philip, reviews E. Delort, Vases ornes de la

Moselle, 215.

Cow Down, nr. Warminster (Wilts.), ' Celtic' fields noticed, 89.

Crawford, 0. G. S., Topography of Roman Scotland, north of the Antonine Wall, reviewed, 212.

Creekgall Fen (Lincs.), settlements observed, go. Crook, John, reviews Ileinrich Siber, Romisches

Verfassungsrecht in Geschichtlicher Entwicklutng, I67; notices C. Barini, Triumphalia. Imprese ed onori militari durante l'Impero Romano, 238.

Cumberland coast, towers and fortlets examined, pottery found, 125-7.

D

Dalswinton (Nith Valley, Dumfriess.), Flavian forts examined, 123.

Damnatio memoriae, 76 ff. Daube, David, reviews K. H. Below, Der Arzt im

Romischen Recht, 179. Della Corte, F., Varrone, il terzo gran lume romano,

reviewed, 224.

Delort, E., Vases ornes de la Moselle, reviewed, 215.

Denny, third-century quarry discovered, 140. Deportatio, 76 ff. De Sanctis, Gaetano, Storia dei Romani, Vol. Iv,

Parte ii, reviewed, I85. Diocletian's Price-Edict at Ptolemais (Cyrenaica), by

C. Caputo and R. Goodchild, io6-i 15. Diocletian's Reform of the Coinage: A Chronological

Note, by C. H. V. Sutherland, ii6-i8. Dorey, T. A., The Dictatorship of Minucius, 92-6. Dow, Sterling, see Rounds, Dorothy. Dunsby Fen, fields observed, 90.

E

East Dean (Sussex), near, corn-drying furnace found, 143.

East Stoke, Newark (Notts.), inscription on panel from leaden casket found, 147.

East Winterslow (Wilts.), single-roomed structure excavated, second structure found near, 141-2.

Eaton Soccan (Beds.), Fen site examined, 135. Elections under Augustus, by A. H. M. Jones, 9-21.

Ellisland, temporary camp recognized, 85-6. Englishcombe, nr. Bath (Som.), hut-site and ditches

observed, 140. Enk, P. J., notices E. A. Barber, Sexti Properti

Carmina, 242.

Ensslin, Wilhelm, reviews Norman H. Baynes, Byzantine Studies and other Essays, i 65.

Erkell, Harry, Augustus, Felicitas, Fortutna, Lateinische Wortstudien, i87.

Exeter (Devon), near, signal-station observed, 88.

F Festugiere, A. J., La revelation d'Hermes Trismegiste,

Vol. iv, reviewed, i88. Fifty years of Classical Scholarship, ed. M. Platnauer,

reviewed, 236. Finberg, H. P. R., Roman and Saxon Withington:

a Study in Continuity, noticed, 241.

Fraenkel, E., Vesper adest (Catullus LXII), i-8. Frend, W. H. C., reviews B. H. Warmington, The

North African Provinces from Diocletian to the Vandal Conquest, 203.

Fyfield Down (Wilts.), ' Celtic' fields observed, 89.

G Gabba, Emilio, Le origini della Guerra Sociale e la

vita politica romana dopo 1' 89 a.C., reviewed, i68. Gai Institutionum Commentarii IV, herausgegeben

von M. David u. H. L. W. Nelson, reviewed, i8o. Gansiniec, Zofia, Tarpeia, The Making of a Myth,

noticed, 239. Garcfa Y Bellido, A., Esculturas Romanas de Espaina

y Portugal, reviewed, 21 I.

Garnhall farm (Antonine Wall, Dumbartons.), temporary camp noticed, 86.

Gestingthorpe (Essex), hypocaust and floor found, 137.

Getty, R. J., reviews W. Beare, The Roman Stage, A short History of Latin Drama in the time of the Republic, 223.

Glasgow Bridge (Antonine Wall) enclosure observed, 86.

Godmanchester (Hunts.), building observed, 89. Golds Cross (Som.), timber building, corn-drying

furnace noted, 140. Goodchild, R., see Caputo, G. Gordon, Arthur E., Potitus Valerius Messalla Consul

Suffect 29 B.C., discussed, I55. Grange Farm, Honingham, nr. Norwich (Norfolk),

coin-hoard found, 136. Gray, E. W., reviews Sir Mortimer Wheeler, Rome

beyond the Imperial Frontiers, I98. Great Casteron (Rutland), bastions excavated,

I 32-3. Great Ellingham, nr. Norwich (Norfolk), traces of

villas and buildings observed, 136. Great Weldon (Rockingham Forest, Northants.),

house wings and outbuilding excavated, barn and workshop recognized, 135.

Greenlee Lough (Hadrian's Wall, Northumb.), tem- porary camp observed, 84.

Greenthwaite Hall (Cumberland), Roman road identified, 83.

Grosser Historischer Weltatlas. I. Vorgeschichte und Altertum ed. H. Bengtson and V. Milojcic, reviewed, 197.

H Hadrian's Wall, 84, 124 ff. Hafner, German, Spdthellenistische Bildnisplastik

Versuch einer Landschaftlichen Gliederung, reviewed, I90.

Hanfmann, G. M. A., The Season Sarcophaguts in Dumbarton Oaks, reviewed, I96.

Hawford, nr. Worcester, ditch and enclosures recognized, 87.

Hawkes, C. F. C., reviews T. C. Lethbridge, The Painted Men, 213.

Haynes, D. E. L., notices Raymond Bloch, Les Jtrusques, 240.

Heron Bridge, nr. Chester, earthwork examined, pottery found, 129-130 ; leaden weight with incised digits found, 147.

Herriott's Bridge (Som.), settlement examined, pottery found, 139.

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Heurgon, Jacques, reviews Olwen Brogan, Roman Gaul, 2o8.

Hevingham (Norfolk), kilns excavated, I36. High Wycombe (Bucks.), house excavated, 136. Highet, Gilbert, J7uvenal the Satirist, reviewed, 234. Hill, H., The Roman Middle Class in the Republican

Period, reviewed, i 8I. Hod Hill (Dorset), fort's system of timber buildings

identified, ' ballistaria' examined, cistern excavated, 141.

Holywell, see Clipsham. Hubbard, Margaret, reviews F. Della Corte,

Varrone, il terzo gran lume romano, 224.

I Ilchester (Som.), building's indications examined,

coins and various objects found, 140. Inchtuthil (Perths.), fortress re-examined, date of

demolition suggested, 122.

Instinsky, H. U., Sicherheit als politisches Problem des Romischen Kaisertums, reviewed, i84.

Interdictio, 75 ff. Ivanov, T., Une mosaique romaine de Ulpia Oescus,

reviewed, 204.

J Jones, A. H. M., The Elections under Augustus, 9-21

reviews M. I. Rostovtzeff, A. R. Bellinger, F. E. Brown, and C. B. Welles The Excavations at Dura- Europos conducted by Yale University and the French Academy of Inscriptions and Letters, Preliminary Report of the ninth season of work. Part III, 201.

Joseph, J. K. St., Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 82-91.

K Kienast, Dietmar, Cato der Zensor: Seine Person-

lichkeit utnd seine Zeit, reviewed, 170. Kinglass Park (Dumbartons.), camp noticed, 86. Kingston (Dorset), part of building found, 141. Kinvaston (Staffs.), fort ditches trenched, 132.

Kraay, C. M., notices Cornelius C. Vermeule, Some Notes on Ancient Dies and Coining Methods, 241.

L Lamberkine, nr. Perth, enclosure observed, 87. Largo, Fife, fragment of inscription on silver spoon

examined, 147-8. Latus clavus, I0. Lauffray, Jean, see Mouterde, P. Rene. Learchild (Northumb.), fort examined, 85. Lehmann, Phyllis Williams, Roman Wall Paintings

from Boscoreale in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, reviewed, 195.

Lepore, Ettore, II Princeps ciceroniano e gli ideali politici della tarda Repubblica, reviewed, 175.

Lethbridge, T. C., The Painted Men, reviewed, 213.

Lex Appuleia de maiestate, 73. Lex Aquilia, i8o. Lex Claudia, I81-2. Lex Cornelia de maiestate, 74. Lex Iulia de maiestate, 73 ff. Lincoln (Lindum), excavations in 1954, 131. Lintrose (Perthshire), temporary camp noticed, 87. Litlington (Sussex), ' Celtic' fields recorded, 90.

London, temple of Mithras excavated, 137-8 ; wells and pits examined, 138-9 ; coffin with skeleton and pottery found, 139 ; statuary group with inscription, near Mithraeum, found, 145 ; marble panel with fragments of inscription, near Mithraeum found, 145 ; corner of slate panel with fragments of inscription, near Mithraeum found, 145 ; fragment of marble inscription, near Mithraeum found, 145-6; fragment of inscription

on iron bit examined, 148; fragment of inscription on writing-tablet found, 148; part of amphora with inscription, near Mithraeum found, I49; part of bowl with graffito found, 149.

Loudoun Hill (Ayrshire), fort-ditches observed, 86; iron objects found, 123.

Ludi plebei, 183. Lullingstone (Kent), fragment of inscription on

Samian motto-beaker, 148; graffito on bowl, 149. Lurg Moor (Renfrews.), fortlet recognized, 82. Lyne (Peebles), fort annexe recorded, 85.

M M. Aurelius Valentinianus, 5I, n. 6I. M. Cornelii Frontonis Epistulae, ed. M. P. J. van den

Hout, reviewed, 235. McDonald, A. H., reviews Stewart Irvin Oost,

Roman Policy in Epirus and Acarnania in the Age of the Roman Conquest of Greece, 172 ; reviews Piero Treves, II mito di Alessandro e la Roma d'Augusto, 176; reviews Cesar, Guerre d'Alexandrie, 227.

Manchester, second-century stone fort examined, 128.

Marcus Lepidus, Capax Imperii, by R. Syme, 22-33. Marsh, F. B., A History of the Roman World from

146 B.C. to 30 B.C., noticed, 238. Marti, Berthe M., reviews Adolf Paul, Untersuchungen

zur Eigenart von Senecas Phoenissen, 232. Menzel, H., Antike Lampen im Rdmisch-Germanischen

Zentralmuseum zu Mainz, reviewed, 2I6. Merlat, E., Repertoire des Inscriptions et Monuments

figures du Cult de Jupiter Dolichenus, I 89. Metchley, nr. Birmingham, fort gate excavated, I32. Middlebie Hill, nr. Birrens (Dumfriess.), temporary

camp ditch plotted, 85. Milnquarter (Antonine Wall, Dumbartons.), ditch-

line of camp observed, 86. Milton (Tassiesholm, Dumfriess.), temporary camp

examined, 85. Monkhill (Hadrian's Wall), temporary camp

examined, 84. Moreton (Som.), second-century hut-site discovered,

140. Mouterde, P. Ren6, et Lauffray, Jean, Beyrouth,

ville romaine, histoire et monuments, reviewed, 202.

N Nash Williams, V. E., The Roman Frontier in Wales,

reviewed, 212. Neath (Glam.), rampart found, 121-2. Newton Kyme (Yorks.), ditched enclosures examined,

82. Nicholas, Barry, reviews Gai Institutionum Com-

mentarii IV, i8o. Nisbet, R. G. M., reviews Gilbert Highet, Juvena

the Satirist, 234. Nock, Arthur Darby, notices Anna Elizabeth

Wilhelm-Hooijbergh, Peccatum: Sin and Guilt in Ancient Rome, 239.

Noll, Rudolf, Friihes Christentum in Osterreich, noticed, 240.

Nominatio, i i. North Lopham, nr. Norwich (Norfolk), traces of

villas and buildings observed, 136. Notes on Cicero, Ad. Q. Fratrem, by D. R. Shackleton

Bailey, 34-8. Numminen, P., Quo modo Cicero de Lucretio (et

quodam Sallustio) iudicaverit, reviewed, 226.

0

Oost, Stewart Irvin, Roman Policy in Epirus and Acarnania in the Age of the Roman Conquest of Greece, reviewed, 172.

Otford (Kent), farm building excavated, 143.

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INDEXES

p

P. lulius lunianus Martialianus, 49, n. 33. Pallottino, M., Testimonia linguae Etruscae, reviewed,

217. Palmer, L. R., The Latin Language, reviewed, 219. Park Street (Herts.), house outbuildings excavated,

136. Parson Drove (Lincs.), fields examined, 90. Paul, Adolf, Untersuchungen zur Eigenart von Senecas

Phoenissen, reviewed, 232. Pen y Gwrhyd (Caernarvons.), marching camp located,

121. Perkins, J. B. Ward, reviews Francesco Tolotti,

Memorie degli apostoli in Catacumbas: Rilievo critico della Memoria e della Basilica Apostolorum al III miglio della via Appia, 205.

Pertwood Down, nr. Warminster (Wilts.), ' Celtic' fields observed, 89.

Petersen, Hans, Senatorial and Equestrian Governors in the Third Century A.D., 47-57.

Piddletrenthide (Dorset), ' Celtic ' fields noticed, 89. Piercebridge, Durham, civil settlement examined,

82-3. Prestatyn (Flints.), inscription on slate slab

examined, 146. Priddy (Som.), area divided into rectangular plots

observed, pottery found, 89. Professio, i i .

R Radford, C. A. Ralegh, notices Rudolf Noll, Friihes

Christentum in Osterreich, 240. Rambaud Michel, L'Art de la deformation historique

dans les Commentaires de Cesar, discussed, I61-4; Ciceron et l'histoire romaine, discussed, I61-4.

Richmond, I. A., and Toynbee, J. M. C., The temple of Sulis-Minerva at Bath, 97-105 ; Note on Tapete Britannicum, I 14.

Richmond, I. A., reviews E. Merlat, Repertoire des Inscriptions et Monuments figures du Cult de Jupiter Dolichenus, I89; reviews Gerhard Bersu, Dass Wittnauter Horn im Kanton Aargaut, 207; reviews A. Garcia y Bellido, Esculturas Romanas de Espaiia y Portutgal, 211 ; reviews 0. G. S. Crawford, Topography of Roman Scotland, north of the Antonine Wall, 212 * notices H. G. Beyen, Eenheid en Tegenstelling in de Kunst van den Vroegen Keizertijd, 240.

Richter, Gisela, M. A., The Origin of Verism in Roman Portraits, 39-46 ; reviews German Hafner, Spdthellenistische Bildnisplastik: Versuch einer Landschaftlichen Gliederung, I90.

Rickinghall (Suffolk), kilns excavated, 136. Robertson, Martin, The Boscoreale Figutre-Paintings,

58-67. Roman Britain in 1954, 121-149. Romano-British agriculture in Fenland, 90. Rostovtzeff, M. I., Bellinger, A. R., Brown, F. E., and

Welles, C. B., The Excavations at Dura-Europos, Part in, reviewed, 201.

Roundlaw farm (Perthshire), signal station discovered near, 87.

Rounds, Dorothy, and Dow, Sterling, Festschriften, noticed, 242.

Rowe, K. R., reviews H. Menzel, Antike Lampen im Romisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseum zu Mainz, 2I6.

S St. Albans, fragment of bowl with inscription found,

'49. St. Joseph, J. K., Air Reconnaissance in Britain,

1951-5, 82-91. St. Leonard's (Roxburghs.), temporary camp

observed, 85.

St. Mary, nr. Norwich (Norfolk), traces of villas and buildings observed, 136.

St. Neot's (Hunts.), settlements identified, 90.

Sabbatucci, Dario, L'Edilita romana Magistratura e Sacerdozio, reviewed, I83.

Saxon Down, nr. Lewes (Sussex), Celtic' fields recorded, 90.

Schefold, K., Pompejanische Malerei: Sinn und Ideengeschichte, reviewed, 192.

Schenk von Stauffenberg, Alexander, Das Imperium utnd die V6lkerwanderung, reviewed, 179.

Scone Park (Perths.), temporary camp observed, 87. Scullard, H. H., reviews Dietmar Kienast: Cato der

Zensor: seine Personlichkeit und seine Zeit, 170- reviews H. Hill, The Roman Middle Class in the Republican Period, i8i.

Securitas, I85. Senatorial and Equestrian Governors in the Third

Century A.D., by Hans Petersen, 47-57. Sex. Propertii Elegiarum libri IV, Recensuit Mauritius

Schuster, reviewed, 229.

Shackleton Bailey, D. R., Notes on Cicero, Ad Q. Fratrem, 34-8.

Sherwin-White, A. N., reviews Emilio Gabba, Le origini delli Guerra Sociale e la vita politica romana dopo 1' 89 a.C., i68; notices F. B. Marsh, A History of the Roman World from 146 B.C. to 30 B.C., 238.

Shillingstone Down (Dorset), Celtic' fields recorded, 89.

Silchester (Hants.), crop-marks noticed, 88 ; defence system excavated, 142.

Skitwath Beck, see Greenthwaite Hall. Skutsch, O., reviews Appendix Vergiliana, 231

reviews Vitae Vergilianae Antiquae, 231.

Siber Heinrich, Romisches Verfassungsrecht in geschichtlicher Entwicklutng, reviewed, I67.

Slip Inn Hill, nr. Steeple Morden (Cambs.), enclosures noticed, 89.

Smith, D. J., notices H. P. R. Finberg, Roman and Saxon Withington, a Study in Continuity, 241.

Somerset House, nr. Holbeach St. John's (Lincs.), settlements in the native tradition observed, 90.

Southcote, Reading (Berks.), Pannonian bronze brooch and pottery found, 142.

Soutra Aisle (Berwicks.), road examined, 85. Spalding (Lincs.), roads system observed, 89. Spalding Common (Lincs.), part of a planned

system of roads and settlements observed, 90.

Spire, Sheila, reviews Giovanni Becatti, Arte e gusto negli scrittori latini, 222.

Springhead (Kent), cup with graffito found, 148; part of jar found in 1952, graffito examined, 149.

Stamford Bridge, nr. York, circular oven excavated, 131.

Stamped tiles found in Gloucestershire, by E. M. Clifford, 68-72.

Staveley, E. S., reviews Dario Sabbatucci, L'Edilita romana: Magistratura e Sacerdozio, I83.

Stoke Hill, nr. Exeter (Devon), probable signal station, 140.

Stracathro (Angus), temporary camp identified, 87. Strageath (Perths.), gate with tutulus identified, 87. Studland (Dorset), dwellings at Woodhouse Hill

explored, 141. Sulis-Minerva at Bath, Temple of, by I. A. Richmond

and J. M. C. Toynbee, 97-105. Sutherland, C. H. V., Diocletian's Reform of the

Coinage: A Chronological Note, i i6-i 8. Syme, R., Marcus Lepidus, Capax Imperii, 22-33;

discusses Arthur E. Gordon, Potitus Valerius Messalla Consul Suffect 29 B.C., 155-I60.

Szemer6nyi, 0. J. L., reviews M. Pallottino, Testimonia linguae Etruscae, 217.

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T Tabula Hebana, 9 ff. Tapete Britannicum, note on, by I. A. Richmond, I 4. Taylor, M. V., notices Dorothy Rounds and Sterling

Dow, Festschriften, 242. Tedstone Wafer (Herefords.), enclosure of a military

type observed, 88 ; fort ditches identified and trenched, 131.

Terentius Marcianus, 49, n. 27. The Boscoreale Figure-Paintings, by Martin Robertson,

58-67. The Dictatorship of Minucius, by T. A. Dorey, 92-6. The Elections under Augustus, by A. H. M. Jones,

9-21. The Origin of Verism in Roman Portraits, by Gisela

M. A. Richter, 39-46. The Roman Law of Treason under the Early Principate,

by C. W. Chilton, 73-8I. The temple of Sulis-Minerva at Bath, by I. A.

Richmond and J. M. C. Toynbee, 97-105. Thompson, E. A., reviews Alexander Schenk von

Stauffenberg, Das Imperium und die VTlker- wanderung, 179; reviews Grosser Historischer Weltatlas, 197.

Thornhaugh (Northants.), fragment of inscription on iron die found, 146.

Tite-Live, Histoire Romaine. Tome v, Livre v. Texte etabli par J. Bayet, traduit par G. Baillet, reviewed, 227.

Tollpark (Antonine Wall, Dumbartons.), camp examined, 86.

Tolotti, Francesco, Memorie degli apostoli in Cata- cumbas: Rilievo critico della Memoria e della Basilica Apostolorum al III miglio della via Appia, reviewed, 205.

Towcester (Northants.), buildings excavated, I35. Tower i6b, near Old Mawbray (Cumbd.), fragments

of inscription on base of amphora found, 148-9. Toynbee, J. M. C., see Richmond, I. A.; reviews

H. U. Instinsky, Sicherheit als politisches Problem des romischen Kaisertums, I84; reviews K. Schefold, Pompejanische Malerei: Sinn und Ideengeschichte, 192; reviews G. M. A. Hanfmann, The Season Sarcophagus in Dumbarton Oaks, I96; reviews T. Ivanov, Une mosaique romaine de Ulpia Oescus, 204.

Treves, Piero, II mito di Alessandro e la Roma d'Augutsto, reviewed, 176.

Tribuni aerarii, I5 ff. Troutbeck (Cumb.), fort and temporary camps

examined, 83. Turf Law (Berwicks.), road-sector examined, 85. Turner, E. G., An Augustan Docutment Recovered,

I 19-120. Turner, H. E. W., reviews Sir Idris Bell, Cults and

Creeds in Graeco-Roman Egypt, I89.

U Ulston Moor (Roxburghs.), temporary camp

observed, 85.

v

Van Ooteghem, J., Pompee le Grand, badtisseur d'empire, reviewed, 174.

Vermeule, Cornelius C., Some Notes on Ancient Dies- and Coining Methods, noticed, 241.

Vesper Adest (Catullus LXII), by E. Fraenkel, i-8. Vitae Vergilianae Antiquae, ed. C. Hardie, reviewed,

231. Von Fritz, K., The theory of the mixed Constitution in

Antiquity, discussed, 150.

W Walbank, F. W., discusses K. von Fritz, The theory

of the mixed Constitution in Antiquity, 150. Warmington, B. H., The North African Provinces-

from Diocletian to the Vandal Conquest, reviewed, 203.

Wattisfield (Suffolk), kilns excavated, 137. Weinstock, S., reviews Harry Erkell, Augustus,

Felicitas, Fortuna, Lateinische Wortstudien, I87 ; notices Zofia Gansiniec, Tarpeia, the Making of a Myth, 239.

Welles, C. B., see Rostovtzeff, M. I. Wells, A. F., reviews P. Numminen, Quo moda

Cicero de Lucretio (et quodam Sallustio) iudicaverit, 226.

Weston Fen (Lincs.), settlements observed, I90. Weycock Hill (Berks.), octagonal temple observed, 89. Wheeler, Sir Mortimer, Rome beyond the Imperial

Frontiers, reviewed, i 98 ; Archaeology from the Earth, reviewed, 214; reviews J. M. Casal, Fouilles de Virampatnam-Arikamedu, 200.

White Notley, nr. Braintree (Essex), underground chamber and surmounting building, excavated, I 37.

Whittick, G. Clement, reviews Fifty years of Classical Scholarship, 236.

Wilhelm-Hooijbergh, Anna Elizabeth, Peccatum: Sin and Guilt in Ancient Rome, noticed, 239.

Williams, Gordon, reviews Tite-Live, Histoire Romaine, 227.

Willis, James, reviews M. Cornelii Frontonis Epistulae, 235.

Winchester (Hants.), mosaic floor and hypocaust found, well and pit examined, 142.

Wookey Hole (Som.), near, building located and partly excavated, 140.

Worlington (Suffolk), agricultural implements found, 137.

Wroxeter (Shropshire), parallel ditches and buildings identified, 88; inscribed leaden plate fragment found, 146.

Wuilleumier, Pierre, Lyon, Metropole des Gaules, reviewed, 210.

Wyboston (Beds.), see Eaton Soccan.

y Yeovil (Som.), mosaic pavements on Westland

Estate found, 140. York (Eburacum), fortress examined, road excavated,

130-I ; inscription on leaden sealing found, 146-7; fragments of cup with graffito found, 148.

II. INDEX OF LITERARY AUTHORITIES APPIAN

Civil Wars 2, 9, 33 225

Hannibal III, I2 . 92, n. 4

ARRIAN

VII, 2, 3 64, n. 37

CAESAR

De bello Civili 2, 6, I . . . . I 63

6, 3 . . I63

De bello Gallico 3, 4, 1-3 . I63

Catullus LXII, passim . i-8

CICERO

Ad Atticum IV, I, 7 94. IX, 9, 3 94 I, 14, 2 175* I, i6, 2 '75

Ad Familiares 13, 19, 2 74-

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Ad Quintum Fratrem passim 34-8

De Invent. 2, 53 74

Pro Balbo 28 74

Pro Sestio

97 I76

CORPUS IURIS CIVILIS

Digesta

3, 2, II, 3 78 31, 76, 9 78 48, 4, I, I 74 48, 4, II 76 48, I9, 2 76, n. 7 58, I5 4-58, i6, I 79

Codex J7ustinianus I, 23,3 48, n. 20 111, 3, 1 47, n. 5 IV, 20, 4 47, n. 5 VII, 35, 4 48, n. 20. IX, 2, II 48, n. 20

9, 25 48, n. 20

47, 2 47, n. 5

Dio CASSIUS

LI, I9, 6 75 2I, 2 155

LIV, 3, 2 75 3, 4 75 26 9, n. 8; io, n. 8

LVII I5, 7 77 LVIII, I5 8o

20 20, n. I I2

HORACE

Epodes IV, I5-I6 I5, n. 59

LivY IV,8,5 153 V, passim 227 ff VI, 42, I I I53 VII, I, 6 93 VIII, 3, 7 I77

24, I I77 IX, I7, I9 I76

I9, I7 I77

XXII, 25, IO 92, 93 25, I3 94 26, 7 92, 93 27, 3 94 30, 4 94

XXX, 27, 5 94 XLII, 47 I50

47, 9 I5I XLV, 7, 3 I77

OVID

Tristia IV, X, 29-37 IO, n. I2

NEPOS Hannibal

5, 3 92, n. 5

PAUSANIAS

X, I8, 7 6i, n. i8

PLINY THE ELDER

Naturalis Historia XXXIII, 29-3I i6, n. 67

34 i8i XXXIV, 92 64, nf 38

PLINY THE YOUNGER

Epistles

4, 9, 17 75

PLUTARCH

Fabius 9, 3 92,fn.2 IO, I 92,fn.3

Marcellus 5, 4 92,fn.6

POLYBIUS

III, 103 92, n. I VI, passim I52-3

46, 6 I55 XXXVI, 9 I5I XXXIX, 2 I50

PROPERTIUS

IV, II, 37 f. * 24, n. 20

SAPPHO

fr. 94 Bergk; II 7 Diehl; I05 (c) Lobel and Page 5

fr. 95 Bergk; I20 Diehl; I04 Lobel and Page 4, n. 7

SCRIPTORES HISTORIAE

AUGUSTAE

Probus i6, 4-I7, I . 49, n. 28

SENECA

Epistulae 98, I3 . . I0, n. 14

SUETONIUS

Divus Julius 56,4 i6i

Divus Augustus 32,3 I7,n-.87

Divus, Claudius I4 75

Nero 2 . I63

TACITUS

Annales I, II, I 28, n. 47

I2,2 . 28, n. 48 13,2 . 23, n. I I4 . . I9,fn.I03

II, 32, 5. . * * 77 36 I9, n. I03

50,. . 73 III, 22, I 26, n. 37

24, 2 75 32, 2 26; 28, n. 56 49-5 I 78 72, I 28, n. 55

IV, 20,2 . 76 20,3 29, n. 6I 43,8 . 29, n. 60 56,3 . 29, n. 62

VI, 3,4 . 78 I 8, I . . . 78 I9,1 I 78

VALERIUS MAXIMUS I, I,5 92, n. 7 II,2,2 . . I20,I1.7

VARRO

Menippaea fr. 44 . 225

VELLEIUS PATERCULUS

II, I4,5 25,n.29; 32,fn.86 I25,5 . 25, n. 28

VITRUVIUS VI, 3, 8 f. . 64, n. 40

III. INDEX OF INSCRIPTIONS Anne'e Epigraphique

I903, no. 243 . 55, n. I29

1922, no. 47 . * 49, n- 55 no.I30 . . 48, n. I3

I930,fno.II4 . . 54,n.I06 I936, noS. 53, 54,57 5I, n. 65

no. 58 . 54, n. I21 I939,fno.58 . . 48,n-.I9

Arch. Efrtesitd 78, I95I, 46-7 (48) . 5I, n. 59

Corpus Inscriptionum Graecarum

3747, 3748 49, n. 29 4649 48,n.*I4

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum

12, 2, 607 92 II, iii6 . 54, n. II2

2204, 2205 * 54,fn. II4

4076 53, n. 97 4II8 53, n. 97

III, I107 53, n. IOI

34I8 5I, n. 6I

3424 5I,I1.60 3469 5I, n. 62

4564 5I, n- 67 5249 52, n. 83 9860 50, n. 50

I0424 50, n. 6o

I0436 5I, n. 58

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VI, I638 49, n- 34 I 641 53, n- 94 I 673 48, n. I6

31775 49, n. 38 VII, 95 * 54, n. 105

764 1 . I46 858 . . 146

1236, 1237 * 71

1242a . 71

1242b, 1242C . . 70

1242e . * 71

1242f .7

VIII, 2392 . * 49, n- 33

26r5 . . 5I, n. 68

X, I705 53, n. 102

XIII, i8o7 53, n. I00

5203 . 52, n. 8i

8017 53, n- 95

Der rdmische Limes in Osterreich

XI, I5I-2, no. 42 . 5 , nf. 69

Epheterlis Epigrophica

IV,699 . . . . 70

700 . . 72 VII, II34 * * * 72 IX, 1283-4 . . 69, 72

1284a . . . 70 1286 . . . 7I 1287 70

Inscriptions de De'os IV, 2, 330 ff. . 45, n. 6i

Inscriptiones Grecae ad Res Romanas pertinentes

I, 582 . . .50, n. 40

59' . . 56 III, 358 . 49, n. 27

1286 .56

Iniscriptiones Latinae Selectae (ed. Dessau)

212, CO.II, 3f. . 9, n.7 944 1 . 2, n.32 8964 . . . .I56

Monumenti Antichi

23, 1914, i68, no. i i6 49, n. 22

Orientis Graeci Inscriptiones Selectae

460 . . . .I58 6I4 . . . 48, n. I I

615 . . . 48, n. 8

Prinzcetont Arch. E,xp. Syria III

A4, pp. 231-2, no. 53I

Bostra . . 48, nf. 12

pp. 239-240, no. 546 Bostra . 48, n. 14

Res Gestae Divi Augusti

XIV . . . 14, n. 52

Revute Archiologiqute

2, 1915, I84, no. 139 56

IV. INDEX OF COINS

Greek Coins in the British Museum Pontuts, Paphlagonia, Bithynia,

Bosporuts

pI. VIII, 2, 3 44, n. 46

Ronmani Coins in the British Huseum

Republica, I, 493 - 157

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