Internet History Sourcebooks

Josephus (37- after 93 CE):Masada[Jewish War 7:9][At PBS]

The Banquet of Trimalchiofrom the Satyricon [At this Site]

The Flamen Dialis and his Wife[At enteract.com]

Caesar and Vercingetorix, 52 BCE [At Internet Archive, from Hillsdale]

See the Medieval Sourcebook:Medieval Legal History, for texts on late Roman law and the Corpus Juris Civilis.

A much longer selection than at WSU. Compare Samuel Johnson (1709-1784):London[At Rutgers]

Vopiscus:Aurelians Conquest of Palmyra, 273 CE [At this Site]

John Madden,Slavery in the Roman Empire Numbers and Origins[At Internet Archive, from Classics Ireland][Modern Account]

Religion and Death in Roman Egypt[Website-Michigan]

Sources on Tiberius Gracchus[At Internet Archive, from Reed]

(aka The Civil War) [At OMACL]

Letters Written by Roman Soldiers, 2 CE [At CSUN[

Roman Bath[At Internet Archi-from WCSLC]

Imperial Expansion under the Republic

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Claudius(The Lives of the Caesars: Claudius), written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

Macrobius:Saturnalia Convivia, III.13: The Bill of Fare of a Great Roman Banquet, 63 BCE [At this Site]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):Life of Augustus, complete, Worthington translation, [At this Site]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):On the Laws, excerpts from Books II and III, [At this Site]

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):The End of the Republic[This Site]

Chart:Roman Government Under Augustus[GIF File][At this Site]

Chap. 13: The Gormandizing of the Emperor Vitellius.[At this Site]

Pliny the Elder (23/4-79 CE):Natural History, XXXIII.47: A Wealthy Romans Fortune[At this Site]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):The Assassination of Julius Caesar, from Marcus Brutus, excerpts, translated by John Dryden. [At this Site]

Mausoleum of Augustus Texts[At CSUN]

Pompeii and Herculaneum[Online Course-Amherst]

Hannibal, from De Viribus Illustris, trans. J. Thomas, 1995. [At Iowa State]

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Life of Cnaeus Julius Agricola(40-93 CE), c.98 CE, trans. J. Church and W. J. Brodribb. [At this Site]

Pliny the Younger (61/62-113 CE):The Letters of Pliny the Consul. With Occasional Remarks., Vol.2, (Tenth Edition), William Melmoth, London (1805) [lightly emended] Book 10 [At Princeton]

Origin Cities of Roman Emperors[At Internet Archive, from Oregon]

Annals 14: 29-37) [At Iowa State] and —

Roman Poetry Selections(Catullus [c.84-c.54 BCE], Horace [65-8 BCE], Martial [40-103/4 CE]) [At Then Again].

The Concepts of Fides and Virtus[At CSUN]

Rome: Major Historians: Complete Texts

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Tiberius Gracchus(c.164-133 BCE) [At MIT]

Different reactions to different foreign religions – the cults of Magna Mater, Dionysius, and Christianity.

Numa (c.715-673 BCE):The Institutions of Roman Religion, 7th Cent. BCE, from Plutarch, Life of Numa, [At this Site]

Life of Nero, complete. in Latin [At – Freenfo]

Tools of the Trade for the Study of Roman Literature, by Lowell Edmunds and Shirley Werner [At Rutgers]

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Germania. trans. J. Church and W. J. Brodribb.[At Medieval Sourcebook]

Levels of Greek and Latin Literary Activity[At U Penn]

Roman Governors of Judea[At Internet Archive, from Trinity]

Julius Caesar (100-44 BCE):The Germans, c. 51 BCE [At this Site]

This link contains those regulations (out of 115) pertaining to women and marriage. The document as a whole shows the Roman exploitation of Egypt.

Lives [Eris]-l Text][Ascii Text in separate files]

Juvenal (c.55-c.130 CE):Satire 3: On the City of Rome[At WSU]

Texts from Horace: Satires, I.6.xi.70-90; Pliny the Younger: Letters, IV.13; and Martial:

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum-Augustus, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation, [At this Site]

Selected letters: General (110 letters), and Correspondence with the Emperor Trajan (122 letters).

Eutropius (4th Cent CE):The Reign of Marcus Aurelius, 161-180 CE, from Compendium of Roman History, 8:.12-14 [At this Site]

Rome: City of Empire[Website-Brooklyn College]

The only Roman military tract to survive, and the most influential military text in the western world until the 19th century. Probably addressed to Theodosius the Great. See also this usefulbibliography[At ibiblio]

Documents on Jews and Judaism in the Greco-Roman Diaspora[At UPenn]

The Life of Gnaeus Julius Agricola(40-93 CE), [At UNRV History]

Asconius (9 BCE-76 CE):On Ciceros Pro Milone[At CSUN]

The best guide to Roman site web projects.

Collected accounts from Cato, Cicero, Livy and Plutarch.

LacusCurtius: Into the Roman World[At Kansas]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Cato the Elder(234-149 BCE)[At MIT]

Sallust (prob.86-35 BCE):Selections on the Jugurthine War[At Saskatchewan]

Manuscript Images: Technology of the Word in the Middle Ages, ed. James ODonnel [At U Penn]

excerpt from the Satyricon. Has annoyi-TML markup!

Trimalchios Feast[At Internet Archive, from Colorado]

A CAD recreation of the Roman fort at Colonia Ulpia Traiana.

Josephus (37- after 93 CE):An Imperial Triumph, 71 CE, from The Jewish War, [This Site]

Roman Art and Architecture Images[At UCCS]

Chronology of Roman History[At Internet Archive, from Forum Romanorum]

Lucretius (9-55 BCE):The Nature of Things[At this Site, formerly ERIS][Full Text][Ascii Text in one file]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):On the Republic: Scipios Dream, excerpts from Book VI, [At this Site]

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Annals: Book I64 CE [At Calgary]

The Eastern Port of Kenchreai[At Internet Archive, from Mt. Holyoke]

Chart:Roman Government: Checks and Balances[From Polybius, Histories, 6]

Internet Ancient History Sourcebook:

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Murder of Agrippina(Book XIV, 1-16) [At Heliogabby)

Internet Ancient History Sourcebook

Rules for Administering the Special Account of Egypt, c. 150/161 CE,-rlin pap. 1210] [At Diotima]

the complete Latin/English text is in preparation for this site.

Cicero (105-43 BCE):Selected Letters. 36 selected letters. [At this Site]

Aurelius Victor,Liber de Caesaribus 13: Trajan[In Latin][At CSUN]

ContainsThe Roman Gazetteer, theRoman Atlas, anIndex of Latin Inscriptions, and more. Hundreds of Pictures of sites, items, maps, and inscriptions.

Also:De Viris Illustris, c. 106-113 C.E.

From Herodotus, Strabo, and Procopius of Caesarea

The Life of Gnaeus Julius Agricola(4- CE) [At UNRV]

Pliny the Younger (61/62-113 CE):Selected Letters, c 100 CE (Harvard Classics series)[At this Site]

Volume V[Books 33-39],Volume VI[Books 40-45]

Galgacus:On Roman Imperialism, From Tacitus, [At this Site]

Complete surving text online in English translation [At Virginia]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Caius Caligula(The Lives of the Caesars: Caius Caligula), written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

Valerius Maximus and Livy on Roman Soldiers[At CSUN]

Trimalchios Feast, in Latin [At GMU]

Corbulo and the Parthian War58-66 CE [At CSUN]

A Roman Harvest Sacrifice, from Cato, On Agriculture 134, 160 BCE [At enteract.com]

Jay Treat:Latin and Greek Literary Activity[At UPenn][Chart]

Petronius Arbiter (c.27-66 CE): Satyricon c.61 CE

Dio Cassius (c.155-235 CE):Book LXXX[At Heliogabby]

Seneca (b.4 BC/1 CE-d. 65 CE):On Tranquillity of Mind 9.4ffand inLatin[At UPenn]

Dio Cassius (c.155-235 CE):Nero and the Great Fire of Rome, 64 CE, from Roman History, 62.16-18 [At this Site]

Augustan Encomiums, c. 31 BCE – 14 CE [At this Site]

Juvenal:Satire 6[On Women][At this Site]

From Herodotus, Strabo, Dio Cassius, the King of Axum, and and Procopius of Caesarea.

Aelius Spartianus:Life of Hadrian, (r. 117-138 CE.), complete. [At this Site]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Pompey(100-48 BCE)[At MIT]

On the murder of a slave-owner by his slave, possibly because of erotic jealously. The – senate addresses whether all the slaves in the house should be killed.

Julius Victor (4th Cent CE):On Letter Writing, in Latin [At UPenn]

On the murder of a slave-owner by his slave, possibly because of e-c jealously. The senate addresses whether all the slaves in the house should be killed.

Jordanes (fl.c.550 CE):History of the GothsChap. 20: The Devastation of the Goths in the Reign of Gallienus, 260-268 CE [At this Site]

Tacitus: (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Boudicca-m

Juvenal (c.55-c.130 CE):Satire 6[On Women], complete, [At this Site]

Selections from- Letters on the Rise of Augustus[At Saskatchewan]

Acts of the Divine Augustus(Res Gestae Divi Augusti) [At MIT]

Priapea(collected 5th Cent CE) in Latin [At IPA]

Herodotus (c.490-c.425 BCE):On Libya, from The Histories, c. 430 BCE [At this Site]

Josephus (37- after 93 CE):Siege and Fall of Jerusalem70CE [Jewish War 6:8][At PBS]

R-and the JewsandPart II[Reed College][Modern Account]

Selections from Books 6 and 7[At Internet Archive, from Princeton]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Otho, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

Book I, sections 1-6 , 14 , 17 , 59 , 63-64; Book VI. 1-42, 53-58; Book X. 2-3; Book XXXI. 22-30

The Murder of Pedanius Secundus(Annals 14)[At Michigan]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):The Training of Children, c. 1-E [At this Site]

Study Guide[At Internet Archive, from Brooklyn College]

Arch of Titus[Image – Showing Destruction of Jerusalem][At Bluffton]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):On Friendship, or Laelius, full text, trans by Evelyn S. Shuckburgh [At this Site]

Sources on Augustus[Modern Account][At Internet Archive, from Reed]

The Punic Wars[Modern account][At Internet Archive, from Reed College]

Electronic Resources for Classicists[Website]

Polybius (c.200-after 118 BCE):The Roman Maniple vs. The Macedonian Phalanx, The Histories, Book XVIII, Chapters 28-32 [At this Site]

Avianus (fl. c. 400 CE):Fabulaein Latin [At UPenn]

Hadrians Wall[At I-net Archive, from WLSLC]

Roman Soldiers Enlistment, Egypt, 51 CE [At CSUN]

A collation of NH III.v.66-67, NH XXXVI.xxiv.101-110, and NH XXXVI.xxiv.121-123

Aelius Spartianus (dates?):Life of Caracalla(r.211-217 CE-t Heliogabby]

Includes Antiquities of the Jews, The Jewish War and Against Apion

Volume I[Books 1-5],Volume II[Books 6-10],

The Prayer of Scipio Africanus Livy, History of Rome XXIX, 27, 1-4, 204 BCE [At enteract.com]

Roman Sources on the Jews and Judaism, 1BCE-110 CE [This Site]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Crassus(115-53 BCE)[At MIT]

Letter 6:16(or inLatin) andLetter 6:20[At Amherst]

Marcus Aurelius (b.121- r.161-d.180):The Character of Antoninus Pius(b.86-r.138-d.161 CE), from Meditations I.16: [At this Site]

Petronius Arbiter (c.27-66 CE):The Banquet of Trimalchiofrom the Satyricon [At this Site]

David J. Bederman:Reception of the Classical Law Tradition in International Law: Grotius De Jure Belli ac Pacis, [At Emory]

Livy (59 BCE-17 CE):The Roman Way of Declaring War, c. 650 BCE, from History of Rome I.34 [At this Site]

Sallust (prob.86-35 BCE):Life in Rome in the Late Republic, . 63 BCE, excerpts from the Catiline Conspiracy [At this Site]

Chinese Accounts of Rome, Byzantium and the Middle East, c. 91 B.C.E. – 1643 C.E.

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Germania, shorter excerpts. [At Medieval Sourcebook]

Livy (59 BCE-17 CE):The Roman Way of Declaring War, c. 650 BCE, from History of Rome I.34 [At this Site]

Horace (65-8 BCE): Secular hymn, and Vergil (70-19 BCE): Aeneid, VI.ii.789-800, 847-853.

Volume III[Books 21-25],Volume IV[Books 26-32]

Apicius (proverbial gourmet):De Re Coquinaria(4th Cent CE). Ancient Roman Recipes [At CMU]

Herodotus (c.490-c.425 BCE):The Carthaginian Attack on Sicily, 480 BCE [At this Site]

Polybius (c.200-after 118 BCE):The Character of Hannibal, The Histories, Book IX, Chapters 22-26 [At this Site]

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Rebuilding the Temple of Jupiter, 70 CE [This Site]

Livy (59 BCE-17 CE): History of Rome

Ruled by the Queen of the East, Zenobia. See alsoLatin text[At Latin Library]

SeeMain Pagefor a guide to all contents of all sections.

Horace (65-8 BCE): Secular hymn, and Vergil (70-19 BCE): Aeneid, VI.ii.789-800, 847-853.

indicates a link to one of small number of high quality web sites which provide either more texts or an especially valuable overview.

Maps and Codices of the Roman Empire[At Internet Archive, from Demon]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Marius(157-86 BCE)[At MIT]

The rest of the Latin/English text is in preparation for this site.

Polybius (c.200-after 118 BCE):The Destruction of Corinth, 146 BCE The Histories, Book XXXVIII, Chapters 3-11; Book XXXIX, Chapters 7-17 [At this Site]

Quintus Cicero, Letter to His Brother Marcus Cicero, on the problems of running for office.

The Julio-Claudian Dynasty 14-68 CE

Texts from Josephus, Augustus, Claudius, Strabo and Tacitus.

Persius Flaccus (34-63 CE):Satire II, c. 60 CE [This Site]

Polybius (c.200-after 185 BCE):Rome at the End of the Punic Wars[History, Book 6] [At this Site] (Public Domain unlike next selection, which is a more recent version.)

Martial (40-103/4 CE):I-rants in Rome,

Donatus:De barbarismo, with trans. by Jim Marchand [At U Penn]

Both lives above are part of the Historia Augusta, prob. 4th Cent CE.

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Cicero(98-c.55 BCE)[At MIT]

Karanis: An Egyptian Town in Roman Times[Website-Michigan]

Rassegna degli Strumenti Informatici per lo Studio dellAntichit Classica[Website]

History of the Emperors, Boo II.6ff: How Didius Julianus Bought the Empire at Auction, 193 CE [At this Site]

Index to Suetonius, Lives[At this Site][added 10/24/2000]

Volume I[Books 1-5],Volume II[Books 6-10],

Catullus (c.84-c.54 BCE):Love Lyrics[At UBalt]

Said by the Oxford Classical Dictionary2 to be uniformly obscene.

Cicero Homepage[At Utexas] for texts in Latin

Egypt under the Roman Empire, excerpts from Strabo (64/3 BC- c.21 CE): Geography and Oxyrhynchus papyri. [At This Site]

Rutilius Numantius:On His Return, I.xi.47, The Greatness of Rome in the Days of Ruin, 413CE [At this Site]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Domitian, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

See information on the Olympian Religion under Greek Religion onGreece. For the Roman Mystery Religions, see underLate Antiquity.

The Fire of Rome64 CE [At Eyewi-s to History]

Multimedia Website–

Augustus (63 BCE-14 CE):Res Gestae Divi Augusti, c. 14 CE, long excerpts, in English. [At this Site]

Emperor Claudius (10 BCE-54 CE):Letter to the Alexandrians[BM Pap. 1912/Select Papyri 212][At CSUN]

Roman Art of Counting[At Internet Archive, from Forum Romanorum][Modern Account]

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Germania, trans. Thomas Gordon, full text, Also available inLatin. [At Medieval Sourcebook]

Statius (45-96 CE):Thebaid, Book 6, c 91 CE [At Brooklyn]

Pliny the Younger (61/62-113 CE):Letters, II.14: The Decline of Oratory[At this Site]

Lord Acton:The History of Freedom in Antiquity[At Acton.org]

Roman Religious Toleration: The Senatus Consultum de Bacchanalibus, 186 BCE, from Livy, History of Rome, Book XXXIX [At this Site]

The Republican Constitution[Modern Account][At Internet Archive, from Reed]

Classics and Mediterranean Archeology Homepage[Website]

Aelius Lampridius (dates?):Life of Heligabulusand inLatin(r.218-222 CE)[At Heliogabby][Full Text]

The Cati- Conspiracy, 63 BCE [At Forum Romanorum]

Jan Zablocki:The image of a Roman family in Noctes Atticae by Aulus Gellius[At pomoerium.de][Modern Account]

Images of Orality and Literacy in Greek Iconography of the Fifth, Fourth and Third Centuries BCE, ed. Andrew Weisner [At U Penn]

Romarch: Roman Art and Archeology[At U. of Sydney]

Selections from Books 1 and 2[At Saskatchewan]

Annals[At this Site, formerly ERIS][Full Text][Ascii Text in one file]

Livy (59 BCE-17 CE):The Rape of Lucretia, from History of Rome. [At this Site]

On the problem of having too many books.

Armentarium: Roman Arms and Armour[-ite]

An inscription, incl-g a photo, transcription, translation and brief commentary, of another typical witness to Roman euergetism.

Selections from th-ts of the Divine Augustus(Res Gestae Divi Augusti) [At Saskatchewan]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):Life of Claudius, complete, Worthington translation, [At this Site]

Contains a famous speech condemning imperialism by Calgacus.

Accounts from Herodotus:The Histories, c. 430 BCE; Strabo (64/3 BC- c.21 CE):Geography; c. 22 CE, Dio Cassius (c.155-235 CE):History of Rome, c. 220 CE; Ammianus Marcellinus:The Roman History, c. 380 CE; Procopius of Caesarea:History of the Wars, c. 550 CE [At this Site]

Quintilian (b.30/35-c.100 CE):The Ideal Education, The Institutes, Book 1: 1-26, c. 90 CE [At this Site]

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):The Principle of Adoption[At this Site]

The Constitution of the Roman Republic[At Saskatchewan]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE)Life of Caius Gracchus(c.121 BCE)[At MIT]

Epitoma Rei Militari, Book I:11-20-sp; c. 371-392 CE, [At Armentarium]

Septimus Severus (b. 145/146- r. 193-211 CE)

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):Admitting Provincials to the Senate, 48 CE [At this Site]

Life of Cnaeus Julius Agricola(40-93 CE), c.98 CE trans. J. Church and W. J. Brodribb. [At this Site]

Satires1,2,3,8,9, trans. N. Rudd, [At Princeton]

Accounts of Ancient Mauretania, c. 430 BCE- 550 CE [At this Site]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Caesar(100-44 BCE)[At MIT]

Aulularia[At Forum Romanorum]here–

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):Life of Domitian(b. 51 – r. 81 – d. 96 CE) Chap. IV: How Domitian Attempted to Amuse the Roman Populace. [At this Site]

Includes an extended comparison of Rome and Carthage.

Extensive Selections, [At Internet Archive, from Princeton]

Augustus (63 BCE-14 CE):Res Gestae[In Latin][At CSUN]

An Offering for Jupiter before the SowingCato, On Agriculture 132, 160 BCE [At m]

Roman Religiones Licitae and Illicitae, c. 204 BCE – 112 CE [At this Site]

The Twelve Tables451/450 BCE selections, [At CSUN][At Bibliotheca Augustana]

Roman Governors of Britain[At Roman Britain]

Julius Capitolinus:The Life of Antoninus Pius[At this Site]

A Roman Atlas[At Lacus Curtius/U. Chicago]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Titus, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Galba, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

Inscriptions from Pompeii[At this Site]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):On the Republic: Scipios Dream, excerpts from Book VI, [At this Site]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Vespasian, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):On Friendship, or Laelius, full text, trans by W. Melmoth [At this Site]

The Battle of Teutoburg Forest, 9 CE [At Hillsdale]

Boudicca(Annals 14: 29-37) [Athenapu-li

Annals and Histories, Full texts [At M Univ]

Salvian (c.400- after 470 CE]:The Burden of Taxation, [c.440 CE] [At Medieval Scourcebook]

A. Sicily 136-132 BCE – Diodorus Siculus (wrote 60-30 BCE), Bibliotheke Books 34/35. 2. 1-48; Strabo (64/3 BC- c.21 CE), Geography Book 6. 2. 6-7; Florus, Epitome of Roman History 2. 7. 1-8; Orosius, Histories Book 5. 6

For music, see the texts underGreek Music.

Edward Gibbon:The Idea of Roman Jurisprudence[At this Site] [Note that most modern teachers would use the Arrowsmith translation (New American Library) which is considered to be very good.]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum, Divus Iulius(The Lives of the Caesars, The Deified Julius), written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation. [At this Site]

On the Germans, 53 BCE [At Intern-rchive, from Princeton]

Herodian (early 3rd Cent. BCE):History of the Empire from the Time of Marcus Aurelius, Book 5, [At Heliogabby]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):Life of Vitellius(b. 15 – r. 69 -d.69 CE)

Modern Perspectives on Ancient Rome

Table Showing Debasement of Coinage after Nero[At Exeter]

Suetonius:De Vita Caesarum: Tiberius, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation, [At this Site]

Select Testimonia- [At Saskatchewan]

Poems[At Diotima] or inLatin[At Latin Library]

The writer of the first surviving biography in Latin.

D. W. Woolliscroft:Why the Romans Failed to – Conquer Scotland[At UManchester][Modern Account]

Roman Art and Architecture Images[At Tulane]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):The Second Philippic[At this Site]

The Family Letters of Pansikoslate 3rd/early 4th Cent. Egypt [At U Mich]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):On the Genres of Rhetoric. excerpts from various texts, [At Towson]

Pliny the Elder (23/4-79 CE):Natural History, XXXIII.6: Luxury in the Use of Rings[At this Site]

Quite extensive, and well illustrated.

Annals and Histories, Full texts&nbs-At M Univ]

Pliny the Younger (61/62-113 CE) and Trajan (r.98-117 CE):Letters, Book X. 25ff : The Correspondence of a Provincial Governor and the Emperor Trajan, c. 112 CE [At this Site]

Josephus (37- after 93 CE):The Roman Army in the First Century CE, from The Jewish War, [This Site]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Tiberius Gracchus(c.164-133 BCE) translated by John Dryden, excerpts. [At this Site]

The Growth of Republican Institutions

Includes Antiquities-the Jews, The Jewish War and Against Apion

Cicero (105-43 BCE):Old Age, c. 65 BCE (Harvard Classics series)[At this Site]

Sidonius Apollinaris [c.431-c.489 CE]:Country House Life in Gaul and A Visigothic King, [At Medieval Sourcebook]

Book 6: 11, 14-20, 27, 31-32, 34-36, 39; Book 7: 19, 21-22, 27, 29, 38, 42.

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Nero, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

Vopiscus:Aurelians Conquest of Palmyra(r.270-275 CE), 273 CE [At this Site]

Accounts of Personal Religion, c. 430 BCE – 300 CE [At this Site]

Juvenal (c.55-c.130 CE):Satire 3: On the City of Rome[This Site]

Germania, trans. Thomas Gordon, full text, Also available inLatin. [At Medieval Sourcebook]

Expiation of an Umbrian Town: Archaic Roman Sacrifice[At ]

The Murder of Pedanius Secundus(Annals 14) [At Michigan]

Volume III[Books 21-25],Volume IV[Books 26-32]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Sulla(c.138-78BCE)[At MIT]

Nicolaus of Damascus (1st Cent CE):Life of Augustus(63 BCE-14 CE)[At CSUN]

Egypt Under Roman Rule[At House of Ptolemy]

Complete surving text online in English translation [At Virginia]

Maecenas:Images of Greek and Rome[At Buffalo]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):On the Republic, excerpts from Book I, [At this Site]

Dio Cassius (c.155-235 CE): Roman History Book 52

Aelius Spartianus:Life of Hadrian, (r. 117-138 CE.), excerpts. [At this Site]

The Satyricon, translated by Alfred R. Allinson, 1930. [English translation linked to Latin text][At Sacred Text Archive] Also inLatin[At Latin Library].

Tacitus (b.56/57-after 117 CE):The Legions Proclaim Vespasian Emperor, 69 CE[This Site]

Rulers of the Roman and Byzantine Empires 753 BC – AD 1479[Website]

Slavery in the Roman Republic, excerpts from Plautus, Pseudolus, Act. I, Sc. 2; Cato the Elder, Agriculture, chs. 56-59; Plautus, Menaechmi, Act V, Sc. 4.; and Plutarch, Life of Crassus, viii-xi (on the Spartacus revolt). [At this Site]

Volume V[Books 33-39],Volume VI[Books 40-45]

The Brothers Menaechmus[At Internet Archive, from Rho-

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Anthony(82-30 BCE) [At MIT]

A guide to Roman websites which assesses the other megasites. RomanSites is also especially good at keeping track of changes in URLs.

Polybius (c.200-after 118 BCE):The Third Punic War, 149-146 BCE, The Histories, Book XXXVI-XXXIX [At this Site]

Pliny the Younger (61/62-113 CE) and Trajan (r.98-117 CE):Letters, Book X. 25ff : The Correspondence of a Provincial Governor and the Emperor Trajan, c. 112 CE [At this Site]

Accounts of Roman State Religion, c. 200 BCE- 250CE [At this Site]

Augustus (63 BCE-14 CE):Acts of the Divine Augustus(Res Gestae Divi Augusti) [At MIT]

C. The War with Spartacus 73-71 CE – Plutarch, Crassus 8-11; Florus, Epitome 2. 8. 20; Appian, The Civil Wars 1. 111-121; Orosius, Histories 5. 24. 1-8

Appian 1st Cent CE):The Civil Wars (On the Gracchi)[This Site]

Cicero (105-43 BCE):A Roman View of the Afterlife: The Dream of Scipio, On the Republic VI, 14-26) [At enteract.com]

Ancient Source Texts on Pompeii[At Amherst]

The Julio-Claudian Dynasty 14-68 CE

Histories [Eris][F-Text][Ascii Text in one files]

Nina C. Coppolino:Au-us[At Roman Emperors]

Institutes of Oratory, c.96 CE. [At Iowa State]

The Gracchi[Modern Account][At Internet Archive, from Reed]

Plutarch (c.46-c.120 CE):Life of Pyrrhus[At MIT]

Horace (65-8 BCE):We All Must Die[At WSU]

Proclamation of Neros SuccessionNov 17, 54 CE [in Greek and Engli-At Hansons website]

B. Sicily 104-100 BCE – Diodorus Siculus (wrote 60-30 BCE), Bibliotheke Book 36. 1-11; Florus, Epitome 2. 7. 9-12; Dio Cassius (c.155-235 CE), Roman History Book 27 fragment 101;

Rome, Greece and the East to 168 BCE[Modern Account][At Internet Archive, from Reed]

Pliny the Younger (61/62-113 CE):Letters, III.1: The Life of a Refined Roman Gentleman[At this Site]

Lucius Apuleius (c.123-c.170 CE):Personal Piety in Rome: Second Century CEApologia 55-6 [At enteract.com]

Lex De Imperio VespasianiThe Law-cerning the power of Vespasian [document designation: ILS 244] 69/70 CE [At Internet Archive, from Iowa State]

Aelius Donatus (fl. 350 CE):-href= of Virgil, tr. David Wilson-Okamura [At ]

Juvenal and Persius:Satires: Introduction[At this Site]

The Landings of Caesar in Britain, 55 and 54 BCE [At Athenapub]

Petition to the Emperor Philip:On Official & Military Extortion, 246 CE [At this Site]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):De Vita Caesarum: Vitellius, written c. 110 CE, Rolfe translation [At this Site]

Statius (45-96 CE):Silvae, II.2A Roman Seaside Villa[At this Site][added 7/2/98 toRomepage]

Polybius (c.200-after 118 BCE):The Battle of Cannae, 216 BCE, History, Book III.107 [At this Site]

Devotio: The Sacrificial Death of Decius, Livy, History of Rome VIII, 9, 1-11; 10, 3) [At enteract.com]

Suetonius (c.69-after 122 CE):Life of Augustus(outline)(63 BCE-14 CE) [At CSUN]

NOTES: Dates of accession of material added since July 1998- be seen in theNew Additionspage. The date of inception was 4/8/1998. Links to files at other site are indicated by [At some indication of the site name or location]. Locally available texts are marked by [At this Site].

Time Line for Foreign Policy to 272 BCE[At Internet Archive, from Reed]

Mithridates & The Roman Conquests in the East, 90-61 BCE, excerpts from Appian, Mithridatic Wars, 114-119, and Plutarch, Life of Lucullus. [At this Site]:

Halicarnassus Inscription (after 2 BCE)Augustus: Father of His Own Fatherland[At enteract.com]

Claudius Claudian:Panegyricus de Sexto Consulatu Honorii Augusti. In Latin [At Upenn]

Germania. trans. J. Church and W. J. Brodribb.[At Medieval Sourcebook]

The Twelve Tables451/450 BCE selections, [At this Site]

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