Eutropius
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Eutropius

By Flavius Eutropius
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Table of Contents
  • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
  • EUTROPĪ BREVIĀRIĪ AB URBE CONDITĀ
    • LIBER PRĪMUS
      • Rome Founded, 753 B.C. Romulus, 753-716 B.C.
      • Numa Pompilius, 715-672 B.C.
      • Tullus Hostilius, 672-640 B.C.
      • Ancus Marcius, 640-616 B.C.
      • Lucius Tarquinius Priscus, 616-578 B.C.
      • Servius Tullius, 578-534 B.C.
      • Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, 534-510 B.C.
      • Establishment of the Republic. Election of Consuls, 509 B.C.
      • War with Tarquinius.
      • War with Porsenna, 508 B.C.
      • Institution of the Dictatorship, 501 B.C.
      • Secession of the Plebeians. Establishment of the Tribunate, 494 B.C.
      • War with the Volsci, 493 B.C.
      • Coriolanus, 491 B.C.
      • Slaughter of the Fabii, 477 B.C.
      • Dictatorship of Cincinnatus, 458 B.C.
      • Decemvirs appointed, 451 B.C. Laws of XII Tables promulgated, 450 B.C. Death of Virginia; Decemvirs deposed, 449 B.C.
      • Revolt of the Fidenates, 438 B.C.
      • War with Vei, 396 B.C.
      • Rome Captured by the Gauls, 390 B.C.
    • Rome Founded, 753 B.C. Romulus, 753-716 B.C.
    • Numa Pompilius, 715-672 B.C.
    • Tullus Hostilius, 672-640 B.C.
    • Ancus Marcius, 640-616 B.C.
    • Lucius Tarquinius Priscus, 616-578 B.C.
    • Servius Tullius, 578-534 B.C.
    • Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, 534-510 B.C.
    • Establishment of the Republic. Election of Consuls, 509 B.C.
    • War with Tarquinius.
    • War with Porsenna, 508 B.C.
    • Institution of the Dictatorship, 501 B.C.
    • Secession of the Plebeians. Establishment of the Tribunate, 494 B.C.
    • War with the Volsci, 493 B.C.
    • Coriolanus, 491 B.C.
    • Slaughter of the Fabii, 477 B.C.
    • Dictatorship of Cincinnatus, 458 B.C.
    • Decemvirs appointed, 451 B.C. Laws of XII Tables promulgated, 450 B.C. Death of Virginia; Decemvirs deposed, 449 B.C.
    • Revolt of the Fidenates, 438 B.C.
    • War with Vei, 396 B.C.
    • Rome Captured by the Gauls, 390 B.C.
    • LIBER SECUNDUS
      • Military Tribunes with Consular Power Elected, 444 B.C.
      • Death of Camillus, 365 B.C.
      • Invasion of the Gauls; Torquatus, 361 B.C.
      • First Samnite War, 343-341 B.C.
      • Latin War, 340-338 B.C.
      • Second Samnite War, 326-304 B.C.
      • Romans defeated at Caudine Forks, 321 B.C.
      • War with the Gauls and Etruscans, 283 B.C.
      • War with Tarentum and Pyrrhus, 281-272 B.C. Battle of Heraclea, 280 B.C.
      • Embassy of Cineas.
      • Fabricius; Battle of Beneventum, 275 B.C.
      • First Punic War, 264-241 B.C.; Romans victorious in Sicily, 264 B.C.
      • Battle of Mylae, 260 B.C.
      • Invasion of Africa by the Romans, 256 B.C.
      • Romans shipwrecked near Sicily.
      • Battle of Panormus, 250 B.C.
      • Regulus sent to Rome to solicit Peace, 250 B.C.
      • Publius Claudius defeated near Drepana, 249 B.C.
      • Battle of Lilybaeum, 242 B.C. Battle of the Aegates Islands and End of the War, 241 B.C.
    • Military Tribunes with Consular Power Elected, 444 B.C.
    • Death of Camillus, 365 B.C.
    • Invasion of the Gauls; Torquatus, 361 B.C.
    • First Samnite War, 343-341 B.C.
    • Latin War, 340-338 B.C.
    • Second Samnite War, 326-304 B.C.
    • Romans defeated at Caudine Forks, 321 B.C.
    • War with the Gauls and Etruscans, 283 B.C.
    • War with Tarentum and Pyrrhus, 281-272 B.C. Battle of Heraclea, 280 B.C.
    • Embassy of Cineas.
    • Fabricius; Battle of Beneventum, 275 B.C.
    • First Punic War, 264-241 B.C.; Romans victorious in Sicily, 264 B.C.
    • Battle of Mylae, 260 B.C.
    • Invasion of Africa by the Romans, 256 B.C.
    • Romans shipwrecked near Sicily.
    • Battle of Panormus, 250 B.C.
    • Regulus sent to Rome to solicit Peace, 250 B.C.
    • Publius Claudius defeated near Drepana, 249 B.C.
    • Battle of Lilybaeum, 242 B.C. Battle of the Aegates Islands and End of the War, 241 B.C.
    • LIBER TERTIUS
      • Sardinia taken by the Romans, 238 B.C.
      • War with the Illyrians, 229 B.C.
      • Invasion of the Gauls, 225 B.C.
      • Second Punic War begun, 218 B.C.
      • Hannibal crosses the Alps.
      • Battle of the Trebia, 218 B.C. Battle of Trasumenus, 217 B.C.
      • Battle of Cannae, 216 B.C.
      • War in Spain, 218 B.C.
      • Battle near Nola, 215 B.C.
      • Campaign in Sicily, 214-210 B.C.
      • War in Spain, 210-206 B.C.
      • Recapture of Tarentum, 209 B.C.
      • Battle of Metaurus, 207 B.C.
      • Scipio crosses into Africa, 204 B.C.
      • Efforts for Peace.
      • Battle of Zama, 202 B.C. End of the Second Punic War, 201 B.C.
    • Sardinia taken by the Romans, 238 B.C.
    • War with the Illyrians, 229 B.C.
    • Invasion of the Gauls, 225 B.C.
    • Second Punic War begun, 218 B.C.
    • Hannibal crosses the Alps.
    • Battle of the Trebia, 218 B.C. Battle of Trasumenus, 217 B.C.
    • Battle of Cannae, 216 B.C.
    • War in Spain, 218 B.C.
    • Battle near Nola, 215 B.C.
    • Campaign in Sicily, 214-210 B.C.
    • War in Spain, 210-206 B.C.
    • Recapture of Tarentum, 209 B.C.
    • Battle of Metaurus, 207 B.C.
    • Scipio crosses into Africa, 204 B.C.
    • Efforts for Peace.
    • Battle of Zama, 202 B.C. End of the Second Punic War, 201 B.C.
    • LIBER QUĀRTUS
      • Second Macedonian War, 200-196 B.C.
      • Syro-Aetolian War, 192-189 B.C.
      • Third Macedonian War, 176-168 B.C.
      • Battle of Pydna, 168 B.C.
      • Revolt in Epirus.
      • Third Punic War, 149-146 B.C.
      • Destruction of Corinth, 146 B.C.
      • Celtiberian War, 154 B.C.
      • Capture of Numantia, 133 B.C.
      • War with Aristonicus, 131 B.C.
      • War with Transalpine Gauls, 125-121 B.C.
      • War with Jugurtha, 111-104 B.C.
    • Second Macedonian War, 200-196 B.C.
    • Syro-Aetolian War, 192-189 B.C.
    • Third Macedonian War, 176-168 B.C.
    • Battle of Pydna, 168 B.C.
    • Revolt in Epirus.
    • Third Punic War, 149-146 B.C.
    • Destruction of Corinth, 146 B.C.
    • Celtiberian War, 154 B.C.
    • Capture of Numantia, 133 B.C.
    • War with Aristonicus, 131 B.C.
    • War with Transalpine Gauls, 125-121 B.C.
    • War with Jugurtha, 111-104 B.C.
    • LIBER QUINTUS
      • War with the Cimbri and Teutones, 105-101 B.C. Battle of Aquae Sextiae, 102 B.C.
      • Battle of Vercellae, 101 B.C.
      • Social War, 90-88 B.C.
      • First Mithradatic War, 88-84 B.C.
      • Mithradates invades Asia.
      • Sulla takes Athens, 87 B.C. Battle of Chaeronea, 86 B.C.
      • Terms of Peace, 84 B.C. Sulla’s Return to Italy, 83 B.C.
      • Battle of Colline Gate, 82 B.C.
    • War with the Cimbri and Teutones, 105-101 B.C. Battle of Aquae Sextiae, 102 B.C.
    • Battle of Vercellae, 101 B.C.
    • Social War, 90-88 B.C.
    • First Mithradatic War, 88-84 B.C.
    • Mithradates invades Asia.
    • Sulla takes Athens, 87 B.C. Battle of Chaeronea, 86 B.C.
    • Terms of Peace, 84 B.C. Sulla’s Return to Italy, 83 B.C.
    • Battle of Colline Gate, 82 B.C.
    • LIBER SEXTUS
      • War with Sertorius, 78-72 B.C.
      • War with the Isaurians, 78 B.C.
      • The Third Mithradatic War, 74-63 B.C.
      • War with the Gladiators, 73-71 B.C.
      • Battle of Tigranocerta, 69 B.C.
      • Cn. Pompey takes command, 66 B.C.
      • Pompey subdues Syria and Palestine, 64 B.C.
      • Cicero Consul. Conspiracy of Catiline, 63 B.C.
      • Triumphs of Metellus and Pompey, 62 B.C.
      • Caesar Consul, 59 B.C. Governor of Gaul, 58-49 B.C.
      • Battle of Carrae; M. Licinius Crassus slain, 53 B.C.
      • The Civil War between Caesar and Pompey, 49-45 B.C. Caesar invades Italy, Pompey flees to Greece, 49 B.C.
      • Caesar crosses to Spain.
      • Battle of Pharsalus. Pompey is defeated, flees to Egypt, and is slain, 48 B.C.
      • Caesar defeats Ptolemy.
      • Battle of Thapsus, 46 B.C.
      • Battle of Munda, 45 B.C.
      • Caesar Monarch, 45 B.C. Caesar Assassinated, 44 B.C.
    • War with Sertorius, 78-72 B.C.
    • War with the Isaurians, 78 B.C.
    • The Third Mithradatic War, 74-63 B.C.
    • War with the Gladiators, 73-71 B.C.
    • Battle of Tigranocerta, 69 B.C.
    • Cn. Pompey takes command, 66 B.C.
    • Pompey subdues Syria and Palestine, 64 B.C.
    • Cicero Consul. Conspiracy of Catiline, 63 B.C.
    • Triumphs of Metellus and Pompey, 62 B.C.
    • Caesar Consul, 59 B.C. Governor of Gaul, 58-49 B.C.
    • Battle of Carrae; M. Licinius Crassus slain, 53 B.C.
    • The Civil War between Caesar and Pompey, 49-45 B.C. Caesar invades Italy, Pompey flees to Greece, 49 B.C.
    • Caesar crosses to Spain.
    • Battle of Pharsalus. Pompey is defeated, flees to Egypt, and is slain, 48 B.C.
    • Caesar defeats Ptolemy.
    • Battle of Thapsus, 46 B.C.
    • Battle of Munda, 45 B.C.
    • Caesar Monarch, 45 B.C. Caesar Assassinated, 44 B.C.
    • LIBER SEPTIMUS
      • Civil War with Hirtius and Pansa, 44-43 B.C.
      • The Second Triumvirate, 43 B.C.
      • The Battle of Philippi, 42 B.C.
      • War with Sextus Pompey.
      • Civil War between Augustus and Antonius. The Battle of Actium, 31 B.C.
      • Imperial Government Established, 31 B.C.
      • Extension of the Empire.
      • Death of Augustus, 14 A.D.
      • Tiberius Emperor, 14-37 A.D.
      • Caligula Emperor, 37-41 A.D.
      • Claudius Emperor, 41-54 A.D.
      • Nero Emperor, 54-68 A.D.
      • Galba Emperor, 68-69 A.D.
      • Otho Emperor, 69 A.D.
      • Vitellius Emperor, 69 A.D.
      • Vespasian Emperor, 69-79 A.D.
      • Titus Emperor, 79-81 A.D.
      • Domitian Emperor, 81-96 A.D.
    • Civil War with Hirtius and Pansa, 44-43 B.C.
    • The Second Triumvirate, 43 B.C.
    • The Battle of Philippi, 42 B.C.
    • War with Sextus Pompey.
    • Civil War between Augustus and Antonius. The Battle of Actium, 31 B.C.
    • Imperial Government Established, 31 B.C.
    • Extension of the Empire.
    • Death of Augustus, 14 A.D.
    • Tiberius Emperor, 14-37 A.D.
    • Caligula Emperor, 37-41 A.D.
    • Claudius Emperor, 41-54 A.D.
    • Nero Emperor, 54-68 A.D.
    • Galba Emperor, 68-69 A.D.
    • Otho Emperor, 69 A.D.
    • Vitellius Emperor, 69 A.D.
    • Vespasian Emperor, 69-79 A.D.
    • Titus Emperor, 79-81 A.D.
    • Domitian Emperor, 81-96 A.D.
    • LIBER OCTĀVUS
      • Nerva Emperor, 96-98 A.D.
      • Trajan Emperor, 98-117 A.D.
      • Hadrian Emperor, 117-138 A.D.
      • Antoninus Pius Emperor, 138-161 A.D.
      • Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus Emperors, 161-169 A.D.
      • Marcus Aurelius reigns alone, 169-180 A.D.
      • Commodus Emperor, 180-193 A.D.
      • Pertinax Emperor, 193 A.D.
      • Septimius Severus Emperor, 193-211 A.D.
      • Caracalla Emperor, 211-217 A.D.
      • Macrinus Emperor, 218 A.D.
      • Heliogabalus Emperor, 218-221 A.D.
      • Alexander Severus Emperor, 221-235 A.D.
    • Nerva Emperor, 96-98 A.D.
    • Trajan Emperor, 98-117 A.D.
    • Hadrian Emperor, 117-138 A.D.
    • Antoninus Pius Emperor, 138-161 A.D.
    • Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus Emperors, 161-169 A.D.
    • Marcus Aurelius reigns alone, 169-180 A.D.
    • Commodus Emperor, 180-193 A.D.
    • Pertinax Emperor, 193 A.D.
    • Septimius Severus Emperor, 193-211 A.D.
    • Caracalla Emperor, 211-217 A.D.
    • Macrinus Emperor, 218 A.D.
    • Heliogabalus Emperor, 218-221 A.D.
    • Alexander Severus Emperor, 221-235 A.D.
    • LIBER NŌNUS
      • Maximinus Emperor, 235-237 A.D.
      • Antonius Gordianus Emperor, 237-238 A.D. Gordianus III Emperor, 238-244 A.D.
      • Philip Emperor, 244-249 A.D.
      • Metius Decius Emperor, 249-251 A.D.
      • Gallus Hostilianus and Volusianus Emperors, 251-253 A.D.
      • Aemilianus Emperor, 253 A.D.
      • Valerianus Emperor, 253-260 A.D.
      • Gallienus Emperor, 260-268 A.D.
      • Claudius Emperor, 268-270 A.D.
      • Quintillus Emperor, 270 A.D.
      • Aurelian Emperor, 270-275 A.D.
      • Tacitus Emperor, 275-276 A.D.
      • Probus Emperor, 276-282 A.D.
      • Carus Emperor, 282-283 A.D. Carus and Numerianus Emperors, 283-284 A.D.
      • Diocletian Emperor, 284-305 A.D.
      • Diocletian makes Maximianus Herculius Augustus, Constantius and Maximianus Caesars.
      • Diocletian abdicates, 305 A.D.
    • Maximinus Emperor, 235-237 A.D.
    • Antonius Gordianus Emperor, 237-238 A.D. Gordianus III Emperor, 238-244 A.D.
    • Philip Emperor, 244-249 A.D.
    • Metius Decius Emperor, 249-251 A.D.
    • Gallus Hostilianus and Volusianus Emperors, 251-253 A.D.
    • Aemilianus Emperor, 253 A.D.
    • Valerianus Emperor, 253-260 A.D.
    • Gallienus Emperor, 260-268 A.D.
    • Claudius Emperor, 268-270 A.D.
    • Quintillus Emperor, 270 A.D.
    • Aurelian Emperor, 270-275 A.D.
    • Tacitus Emperor, 275-276 A.D.
    • Probus Emperor, 276-282 A.D.
    • Carus Emperor, 282-283 A.D. Carus and Numerianus Emperors, 283-284 A.D.
    • Diocletian Emperor, 284-305 A.D.
    • Diocletian makes Maximianus Herculius Augustus, Constantius and Maximianus Caesars.
    • Diocletian abdicates, 305 A.D.
    • LIBER DECIMUS
      • Constantius I and Galerius Emperors, 305-306 A.D.
      • Constantine Emperor, 306-307 A.D.
      • Licinius Emperor, 307-324 A.D.
      • Constantine the Great sole Ruler, 324-337 A.D.
      • The Sons of Constantine rule, 337-360 A.D.
      • Julian Emperor, 360-363 A.D.
      • Eutropius takes part in the Parthian Expedition, 363 A.D.
      • Jovian Emperor, 363-364 A.D.
    • Constantius I and Galerius Emperors, 305-306 A.D.
    • Constantine Emperor, 306-307 A.D.
    • Licinius Emperor, 307-324 A.D.
    • Constantine the Great sole Ruler, 324-337 A.D.
    • The Sons of Constantine rule, 337-360 A.D.
    • Julian Emperor, 360-363 A.D.
    • Eutropius takes part in the Parthian Expedition, 363 A.D.
    • Jovian Emperor, 363-364 A.D.
    • FOOTNOTES
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • NOTES
      • LIFE OF EUTROPIUS
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    • LIFE OF EUTROPIUS
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    • REFERENCES TO HARKNESS’ NEW LATIN GRAMMARS (1898)
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