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  - naval battle of Actium;
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  - battle of the Allia;
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- Arsinoe IV;
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- Artemis of Ephesus;
- Artemisia;
- Artemisium;
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- Ashoka's rock edicts;
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- ššina;
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- Assyrian King List;
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- Athens;
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- Attalus;
- Attalus I Soter;
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- Augustus (Res Gestae);
- Aurelian;
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- Avesta;
- Avidius Cassius;

- Ba'al;
- Baalbek;
Babylon;
- Babylonia;
- Babylonian chronicles;
- Babylonian Empire;
- Babylonian king list of the
      Hellenistic Period;
- Babylonian War;
- Bactria;
- baetyl;
- Bagacum (Bavay);
- Bagoas;
- Balagrae;
- Balbinus
- Bani Walid;
- Bargylus;
- Barm-e Dilak;
- Barsine;
- Batavian revolt;
- Bavay (Bagacum);
- Bazira;
- Behistun inscription;
- Bekaa valley;
- Belevi mausoleum;
- Bl;
- Bl-šimnni;
- Bera;
- Berenice I;
- Berenice Phernephorus;
- Berenice II;
- Berenice III;
- Berenice IV;
- Julia Berenice;
- Berossus;
- Berytus;
- Bessus;
- Bias of Priene;
- Bin Tepe;
- Bishapur;
- Blariacum (Blerick);
- Bbingen;
- Bodegraven;
- bodyguard;
- Bonna (Bonn) 
- Boreum;
- Bosphorus;
- Brasidas;
- Bsharre;
- Bu Grada;
- Building orders;
- Bu Njem;
- Burginatium (Alt-Kalkar);
- Burungum;
- Buthrotum;
- Byzantine Empire;
- Bziza;

- Cadusians;
- Caesar (dictator);
- caesar (title);
Caelius, Marcus;
- Caiaphas;
- Calanus;
- Calendar, Babylonian;
  - 01 Nisannu
  - 02 Ajaru
  - 03 Simanu
  - 04 Du'zu
  - 05 bu
  - 06 Ullu
  - 07 Tašrtu
  - 08 Arahsamna
  - 09 Kislmu
  - 10 Tebtu
  - 11 Šabatu
  - 12 Addaru
- Calendar, Jewish;
- Caligula;
- Callimachus of Cyrene;
- Callisthenes of Olynthus;
- Calo;
- Cambyses I;
- Cambyses II;
- camel;
- Canal of Corbulo;
- Canal of Drusus;
- Cananefates;
- Cappadocia;
- Caracalla;
- Caria;
- Carinus;
- Carmania;
- Carmona;
- Carrhae
  - battle of Carrhae;
- Carthage;
- Carus;
- Casperius Aelianus;
- Caspian Gate;
- Caspian Sea;
- Castalian Spring;
- Carvium (Herwen);
- Carvo (Kesteren);
- Castra Herculis (Arnhem);
- Castra Vetera (Birten);
- Cassius Dio;
- Cendere;
- censor;
- Cepha;
- Ceuclum;
- Chaeronea,
  - battle of Chaeronea;
- Chaldaeans;
- Charax;
- Chausse Brunehaut;
- Chimaera;
- Choara;
- Choaspes (Karkheh);
- Choga Zanbil;
- Chorasmia;
- Chrysippus;
- Cilicia;
- Cilician Gate;
- Cilician pirates;
- Cimmerians;
- Cinyps;
- Clarus;
- Claudian Army Reforms;
- Claudius;
- Claudius II Gothicus;
- Claudius Caudex, Appius;
- Claudius Labeo;
- Claudius Marcellus, Marcus;
- Cleitarchus;
- Cleon;
- Cleopatra of Macedonia;
- Cleopatra I Syra;
- Cleopatra II;
- Cleopatra III;
- Cleopatra IV;
- Cleopatra V Selene;
- Cleopatra VI Tryphaena;
- Cleopatra VII Philopator;
- Cleopatra Berenice III
- Cleopatra Thea;
- Cleopatra Tryphaena;
- Clitus;
- Clodius Albinus, Decimus;
- Clusium;
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- Cologne;
- colonia;
- Colonia Ulpia Traiana (Xanten);
- Commodus;
- Constans;
- Constantine I the Great;
- Constantinople;
- Constantinus II;
- Constantius I Chlorus;
- Constantius II;
- consul;
- Cophen;
- Coracesium;
- Crdoba;
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- Cornelia Supera;
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  - (more...)
- Corupedium;
- corvus;
- Cossaeans;
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- Craterus;
- Crispus
- Croesus (547);
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   - Persica
   - Indica
- Ctesiphon;
- Cugerni;
- Cuijk (Ceuclum);
- Curia Julia;
- curiales;
- cursus honorum;
- Curtius Rufus, Quintus;
- Cynoscephalae;
- Cyaxares;
- Cyrenaica;
- Cyrene;
- Cyrus Cylinder;
- Cyrus of Anšan;
- Cyrus the Great;
- Cyrus the Younger;

- Ddarši (1);
- Ddarši (2);
- Dahae;
- damnatio memoriae;
- Damocles;
- Danubius (Danube);
- Dar Buc Ammera villa;
- Darius I the Great;
- Darius II Nothus;
- Darius III Codomannus;
- Dascylium;
- Datis;
- De Bruijn, Cornelis;
- Decapolis;
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- Decelean War;
- decimation;
- Decius;
- decuriones;
- Deir 'Alla Inscription;
- Delian League;
- Delphi;
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- Demetrius II;
- Demetrius II Nicator;
- Demetrius III Eucaerus;
- Demircili;
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- Den Haag - Wateringse Veld;
- dendrochronology;
- devotio;
- diadem;
- Diadochi;
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- Diaspora: Rome;
- dictator;
- Didius Julianus;
- Didyma;
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- diploma;
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- Domitian;
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- Dorieus;
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- Driel;
- dromedary;
- Drangiana;
- Drusus;
- Drusus the Younger;
- Ducetius;
- Dukkan-e Daud;
- Durnomagus (Dormagen);
- Dutch language;
- Dyrrhachium (Drres);

- earth and water;
- Eburones;
- Ecbatana;
- Ecnomus;
- Edessa;
- edges of the earth;
- Edom;
- Egalmah;
- Egišhurankia;
- Egišnugal;
- Egyptian prophet;
- Ekur;
- Elagabal;
- El Amud;
- Elburz;
- Elst;
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- Emeslam;
- Empel;
- emperor;
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- Enitenna;
- Ennea Hodoi;
- 1 Enoch;
- Ensrune;
- Epaminondas;
- Epaphroditus;
- Ephesus;
- Epic Cycle;
- Epic of Atrahasis;
- Epictetus;
- Epicurus;
- eques;
- erasure;
- Eratosthenes of Cyrene;
- Eridu Genesis;
- Erigyius;
- Eryx;
- Esagila;
- Esther;
- Etemenanki;
- Etruscilla;
- Etna;
- Eturkalamma;
- Euclid;
- Eudoxia I;
- Eudocia II;
- Eudoxia III;
- Eulaeus;
- Eumenes;
- Eumenes I;
- Eumenes II Soter;
- Eumenes III Aristonicus;
- Eunus;
- Euphrates;
- Eurydice;
- Euripides;
- Euromos;
- Eurymedon;
- Eurypontids;
- Eutropius;
- Everest Fallacy;
- Eye of the king;
- Ezida;

- Fadilla;
- Faqra;
- fasces;
- Fausta;
- Faustina I;
- Faustina II;
- Fectio limes castle;
- Feldberg limes castle;
- Fezzan Rock Art;
- Fidenae;
- First Diadoch War;
- First Punic War;
- First Triumvirate;
- Firuzabad;
- fiscus Judaicus;
- Flavius Sulpicianus, Titus;
- Flevum (Velsen);
- the Great Flood;
- Florianus;
- Florus, Publius Annius;
- Forum Hadriani (Voorburg);
- Fossa Corbulonis;
- Fourth Diadoch War;
- Frda;
- Freimhle;
- Furius Camillus, Marcus (1);
- Furius Camillus, Marcus (2);

- Gabae;
- Gaius Caesar;
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- Galen of Pergamon;
- Galeria Valeria;
- Galerius;
- Galla Placidia;
- Gallic Empire;
- Gallienus;
- Gandara;
- Gandj Nameh;
- Ganuenta (Colijnsplaat);
- Garamantes;
- Gardanah Gavlimash;
- Gaugamela
  - battle of Gaugamela;
- Gaumta;
- Gebel as-Soda;
- Gebel el-Akhdar;
- Gedrosia;
- Gelduba (Krefeld-Gellep);
- Germania Inferior;
- Germanicus;
- Gesco;
- Geta;
- Gheriat el-Garbia (fort);
- Gheriat esh-Shergia (centenarium)
- Ghirza;
- Gholaia;
- Gla;
- Glanum;
- Glycerius;
- Glykon;
- Gobryas (1);
- Gobryas (2);
- Gobryas (3);
- Godin Tepe;
- Goedereede-Oude Wereld;
- Gordian I and II;
- Gordian III;
- Gordium;
- governor (Roman);
- Grand Trunk Road;
- battle of the Granicus;
- Gratian;
- Gur-e Dokhtar;
- Gutium;
- Guyum;
- Gylippus;
- gymnosophists;
- Gyges;

- Hadrian;
- Haft Tepe;
- Hagnon;
- Halicarnassus;
    - Mausoleum;
- Halos;
- Haltern;
- Halys;
- Hamilcar, son of Hanno;
- Hamilcar Barca;
- Hamilcar (3);
- Hannaeans;
- Hannibal, son of Gesco;
- Hannibal Barca;
- Hannibal (3);
- Hanno (seafarer);
- Hanno, son of Hannibal;
- Hanno (3);
- Hanno the Great;
- Harmodius and Aristogeiton;
- Harpagus;
- Harran;
- Hasdrubal, son of Hanno;
- Hasdrubal the Fair;
- Hasdrubal Barca;
- Hasdrubal, son of Gesco;
- Hasdrubal (5);
- Hasmonaeans;
- Hatti;
- Hecataeus of Miletus;
- Hecatomnids;
- Hecatomnus;
- Hecatompylos;
- Helen;
- Helinio (Oostvoorne);
- Heliogabalus;
- Hellespont;
- helots;
- Helvius Pertinax, Publius (father);
- Helvius Pertinax, Publius (son);
- Hephaestion;
- Heracles;
- Heraclitus;
- Heraclius;
- Herecura;
- Hermocrates;
- Herod Agrippa;
- Herod Antipas;
- Herod Archelaus;
- Herod the Great;
- Herodes Atticus;
- Herodian;
        (History of the Roman Empire);
- Herodotus of Halicarnassus
        (Histories);
- Hesiod;
- Herwen (Carvium);
- Himera,
  - battle of Himera;
- Himilco;
- Hipparchus of Nicaea;
- Hippocrates of Gela;
- Hippocrates of Cos;
- Historia Augusta;
- Historiography;
- Hludana;
- Holsterhausen;
- Homer (apotheosis);
- Homosexuality, Greek;
- Honorius;
- hoplite;
- Horatius Cocles;
- Hordeonius Flaccus, Marcus;
- Hostilianus;
- Hydarnes (1);
- Hydarnes (2);
- Hydaspes (Jhelum);
- Hydraotes;
- Hyrcania;
- Hystaspes (1);
- Hystaspes (2);

- Idrieus;
- Iliad;
- Immortals;
- imperator;
- Indus;
- Intaphrenes;
- Ionian War;
- Battle of Ipsus;
- Israel (931-724);
- Israel (concept);
- Issus,
  - battle of Issus;
- Istakhr;
- Isturgi (Andjar);
- Italica;
- Iwan-e Karkheh;

- Janus;
- Janzur;
- Jaxartes
  - battle of the Jaxartes;
- Jerusalem;
- Jesus of Nazareth;
- Jewish pirates;
- Jewish Wars: 1 Pompey;
- Jewish Wars: 2 Establishment;
- Jewish Wars: 3 66-70;
- Jewish Wars: 4 Jerusalem;
- Jewish Wars: 5 Masada;
- Jewish Wars: 6 Trajan;
- Jewish Wars: 7 Bar Kochba;
- Jews in Rome;
- Johannes;
- John of Gischala;
- John the Baptist;
- Jonah;
- Jonathan the weaver;
- Jovian;
- Flavius Josephus;
  - Jewish War;
  - Jewish Antiquities;
  - Autobiography;
  - Against the Greeks;
- Judaea;
- Judas, son of Hezekiah;
- Judas the Galilean;
- Jugurtha;
- Julia (1);
- Julia (2);
- Julia (3);
- Julia Domna;
- Julia Maesa;
- Julia Mamaea;
- Julia Soaemias;
- Julianus Apostata;
- Jlich (Iuliacum);
- Julius Alexander, Tiberius (sen);
- Julius Alexander, Tiberius (jun);
- Julius Avitus Alexianus, Gaius;
- Julius Caesar, Gaius (senior);
- Julius Caesar, Gaius (dictator);
- Julius Caesar Strabo, Gaius;
- Julius Caesar, Lucius;
- Julius Caesar, Sextus;
- Julius Marcus Agrippa;
- Julius Nepos;
- Julius Sabinus;
- Julius Vindex, Gaius;
- Junius Brutus, Lucius;
- Junius Brutus Caepio, Marcus;
- Jupiter Heliopolitanus;
- Justin I;
- Justin II;
- Justinian;

- Kalkriese;
- Karabel;
- Karduniaš;
- Kashta;
- Kassites;
- Kavar;
- Kesteren (Carvo);
- Kidinnu;
- Kiništu;
- Kneblinghausen;
- knight;
- Kln-Alteburg;
- Kln-Deutz(Divitia);
- Konkobar;
- Kupan;
- Kurangun;

- Labaši-Marduk;
- Labranda;
- Lacus Curtius;
- Lade;
- Laelianus;
- Lake Van;
- Lamachus;
- lamassu;
- Lambaesis Inscription;
- Laodice I;
- Laodice II;
- Laodice III;
- Laodice IV;
- Laodice V;
- Laodice VI;
- Laodice VII Thea Philadelphus;
- "Laodice";
- La Turbie;
- Laurium (Woerden);
- Lebanon;
- Lebanon Cedar;
- legion;
- Leo I;
- Leo II;
- Leonnatus;
- Lepcis Magna;
- Levefanum (Rijswijk [G]);
- Libius Severus;
- Libyan Inscriptions from Numidia and Algeria;
- Licinius;
- lictor;
- limes;
- Limes Tripolitanus;
- limmu;
- Lingones;
- Lippe (Lupia);
- Livia;
- Livy (Titus Livius);
          - Periochae;
- Lollius, Marcus;
- Long walls;
- Lost books;
- Loowaard;
- Lucilla;
- Lucius Aelius;
- Lucius Verus;
- Lugdunum (Katwijk-Brittenburg);
- Lukuas;
- Lupia (Lippe);
- lustrum;
- Lutetia;
- Lycia;
- Lydia;
- Lysimachus.

- Maastricht (Traiectum);
- 1 Maccabees;
- 2 Maccabees;
- Maccabees and Method;
- Macedonia;
- Machnaqa;
- Macrinus, Marcus Opellius;
- Magians;
- Magnentius;
- Magnesia near the Sipylus;
- Magnesia on the Meander;
- Magnus Maximus;
- Mago Barca;
- Mainz;
- Majdel Anjar;
- Majorian;
- Maka;
- Maldegem;
- Mamertines;
- Manicheism;
- Manlia Scantilla;
- Mannaricium (Maurik);
- Maracanda;
- Marathon
  - battle of Marathon;
- Marcellus;
- Marcius Coriolanus, Gnaeus;
- Marcianus;
- Marcus Aurelius;
- Mardonius;
- Margiana;
- Marius;
- Marktbreit;
- Martiya;
- Marun;
- Masada;
- Masjid-e Solaiman;
- Massaga;
- Massinissa;
- mathišta;
- Matidia;
- Matilo;
- Matres;
- Maurice;
- Maurik (Mannaricium);
- Maurya dynasty;
- Maussolus;
- Maxentius;
- Maximalists and Minimalists;
- Maximianus;
- Maximinus Daia;
- Maximinus Thrax;
- Mazaeus;
- Meander;
- measures & weights;
- Media;
- Megabazus;
- Megabyzus (1);
- Megabyzus (2);
- Megarian Decree;
- Megiste;
- Memnon of Rhodes;
- Menahem, son of Judas;
- Menander;
- Menorah;
- Mentor of Rhodes;
- Mrida;
- Mermnad dynasty;
- Messalina;
- Stela of Mesha;
- Mesopotamia;
- Mesopotamian chronicles;
- Mesopotamian chronology;
- Messiah;
- Meteriola;
- Midas;
- Mieza;
- Miletus;
- Miltiades;
- Mitanni;
- Mithridates VI of Pontus;
   - First Mithridatic War;
   - Second Mithridatic War;
   - Third Mithridatic War;
- Moab;
- Mobene (Qasr Bshir);
- Mogontiacum;
- Mommsen, Theodor;
- Montanism (offsite);
- Moses of Crete;
- mothax;
- Motya
- Msletten (1)
- Msletten (2);
- Mucius Scaevola, Gaius;
- Multan;
- mummification;
- Mural crown;
- Mushabbak;
- Mycale;
- Myra;

- Nabataeans;
- Nabonidus (cylinder from Sippar) (cylinder from Ur) (Nabonidus Chronicle);
- Nabopolassar;
- Nahr al-Kalb;
- Naqš-e Rajab;
- Naqš-i Rustam;
- Narbo Martius;
- Nasamones;
- Nautaca;
- Nearchus;
- Nebuchadnezzar II;
- Necho I;
- Necho II;
- Nectanebo I;
- Nectanebo II;
- Nehalennia;
- Nemausus;
- Nemrud Daği;
- Nepete;
- Nepherites I;
- Nepherites II;
- Neriglissar;
- Nero;
- Nerva;
- Neuss (Novaesium);
- Neuss-Reckberg;
- Nicaea;
- Nicanor;
- Nicholas of Myra;
- Nicias:
   - Peace of Nicias;
- Nidin-Bl;
- Nidintu-Bl;
- Nigrum Pullum;
- Nihata;
- Nijmegen;
- Nmes;
- fall of Nineveh;
- Nisaia;
- Nisibis;
- Notitia Urbis Constantinopolitanae;
- Novaesium (Neuss);
- Nubian pharaohs;
- Numerianus;
- Nymphius;
- Nysa;

- Oberaden;
- Ochus
- Octavia Minor;
- Odaenathus;
- Odyssey;
- Oea;
- Oenoanda;
- Ofonius Tigellinus;
- Olybrius;
- Olympias;
- Olynthus;
- Opellius Macrinus, Marcus;
- Ophellas;
- Opis;
- Ora (Odigram);
- Oroetus;
- Orange;
- Orontes;
- Orophernes I;
- Orophernes II;
- ostracism;
- ostracon;
- Otacilia;
- Otanes;
- Otho;
- Oxus;
- Oxyathres;

- Pactolus;
- Paishiyuvd;
- Pamphylia;
- Pantheon;
- Parmenides of Elea;
- Parmenion;
- Parmys;
- Parni;
- Parthia;
- Parthian Empire;
- Parthian kings;
- Pasargadae;
- Pasitigris;
- Pausanias (general);
- Pausanias (author);
- Peithon (1);
- Peithon (2);
- Pella;
- Peloponnesian League;
- Peloponnesian War;
   - Archidamian War;
   - Sicilian Expedition;
   - Decelean or Ionian War;
- Perdiccas;
- Periander of Corinth;
- Pericles;
- Persepolis;
- Persepolis Fortification Tablets;
- Persepolis Treasury Tablets;
- Perseus;
- Persian gate;
- Personenkeil;
- Pertinax, Publius Helvius;
- Pescennius Niger;
- Pessinus;
- Peter;
- Petillius Cerialis, Quintus;
- Petronius Maximus;
- Peucelaotis;
- Peucestas (1);
- Peucestas (2);
- Peutinger map;
- phalanx;
- Phalaris of Acragas;
- pharaoh;
- Pharnabazus (1);
- Pharnabazus (2);
- Pharnabazus (3);
- Pharnaces (1);
- Pharnaces (2);
- Pharsalus;
  - battle of Pharsalus;
- Phila (1);
- Phila (2); 
- Philaeni;
- Philetaerus;
- Philip I Philadelphus;
- Philip II Philoromaeus;
- Philip of Gaulanitis;
- Philip II of Macedonia;
- Philip III Arridaeus;
- Philip V;
- Philip the Arab;
- Philippi;
  - battle of Philippi;
- Philostratus;
         - Life of Apollonius;
- Philotas;
- Phocaea;
- Phocas;
- phoenix;
- Phormio;
- Phraortes;
- Phrygia;
- Pindar;
- Pissuthnes;
- Piye;
- Pixodarus;
- Plataea
  - battle of Plataea;
- Plato;
- Plautian;
- Plautilla;
- plebs;
- Pliny the Elder;
         - Natural history;
- Pliny the Younger;
- Plotina;
- Plotinus;
- Plutarch of Chaeronea;
         - Artaxerxes;
- Pol-e Dokhtar;
- Polyaenus;
- Polybius of Megalopolis;
- Polycrates of Samos;
- Polyperchon;
- Pont du Gard;
- pontes longi;
- pontifex maximus;
- Pontius Pilate;
- Positivist Fallacy;
- Postumus;
- Posidonius of Apamea;
- pothos;
- Porus;
- praetor;
- praetorian prefect;
- Praetorium Agrippinae (Valkenburg);
- prefect;
- Priene;
- Probus;
- proconsul;
- procurator;
- propraetor;
- proskynesis;
- province (Roman);
- Psammetichus I;
- Psammetichus II;
- Psammetichus III;
- Psammuthis;
- Ptolemaic Empire;
- Ptolemais;
- Ptolemy I Soter;
- Ptolemy II Philadelphus;
- Ptolemy III Euergetes;
- Ptolemy IV Philopator;
- Ptolemy V Epiphanes;
- Ptolemy VI Philometor;
- Ptolemy VIII Euergetes Physcon;
- Ptolemy IX Soter Lathyros;
- Ptolemy X Alexander;
- Ptolemy XI Alexander;
- Ptolemy XII Auletes;
- Ptolemy XIII;
- Ptolemy XIV;
- Ptolemy XV Caesarion;
- Ptolemy of Alexandria;
  - Ptolemy's Canon;
- Ptolemy Keraunos;
- Pupienus;
- Pydna;
  - battle of Pydna;
- Pyrenees;
- Pyrrho of Elis;
- Pyrrhus of Epirus;
- Pythagoras;

- Q-source;
- Qadamgah;
- qanat;
- Qarqar, battle of;
- Qasr Banat;
- Qasr Bshir;
- Qasr Libya;
- Qsarnaba;
- Quadriburgium (Qualburg);
- quaestor;
- Quinctilius Varus, Publius;
- Quintillus;

- Rainau limes castle;
- Ras al-Hillal;
- Remagen (Rigomagus);
- Rhagae;
- Rhine;
- Rigomagus (Remagen);
- Rijswijk (G) (Levefanum);
- Rijswijk (ZH) - De bult;
- Rindern;
- Rion and Antirion;
- Romulus Augustulus;
- Roxane;
- Royal Road;
- Rubico;
- Rujm al-Malfouf;

- Sabina;
- Sabis;
- Sabratha;
- Sacae;
- Sadducees;
- Sadyattes I;
- Sadyattes II;
- Sagartia;
- Saites;
- St.Rmy de Provence;
- Sakavand;
- Salamis
  - naval battle of Salamis;
- Salonina;
- Samaria;
- Samaritan prophet;
- Samaritans;
- Šamaš-eriba;
- Sambre;
- Sangarius;
- Sappho;
- Sarab-i Bahram;
- Sarab-i Qandil;
- Sar-e Pol-e Zahab;
- Sardes;
- Sarmatians;
- Sarvestan;
- Sasanian crowns;
- Sasanians;
- Sasanians kings;
- Sasanian rock reliefs;
- Satala;
- Šatammu;
- Satibarzanes;
- satrap;
- Sattagydia;
- Scamander;
- Scaldis;
- Schirenhof;
- Scylax of Caryanda;
- Scythians;
- SE;
- Second Diadoch War;
- Second Sophistic;
- Second Triumvirate;
- Segesta;
- Segovia;
- Seleucia in Pieria;
- Seleucia on the Euphrates;
- Seleucia on the Tigris;
- Seleucid Empire;
- Seleucus I Nicator;
- Seleucus II Callinicus;
- Seleucus III Keraunos;
- Seleucus IV Philopator;
- Seleucus V;
- Seleucus VI Epiphanes Nicator;
- Senate;
- senator;
- Sentinum;
- Septimius Severus;
- Septuagint;
- Servatius;
- Servian Wall;
- Seven sages;
- Seven Wonders of the Ancient World;
   (Phidias' Zeus; Hanging Gardens; Colossus of Rhodes; Mausoleum; Lighthouse of Alexandria; Hagia Sophia; Colosseum)
- Severus II;
- Severus Alexander;
- Shabaqo;
- Shahbazgarhi;
- Shang-La;
- Shebitqo;
- Shingerdar;
- Sicily;
   - Sicilian Expedition;
- Side;
- Silk road;
- Sillyum;
- Simon of Peraea;
- Simon bar Giora;
- Simon ben Kosiba;
- Singidunum (Belgrade);
- Sirmium;
- Skiron's road;
- Skunkha;
- Slonta;
- Smerdis;
- Smintheum;
- Socrates;
- Sogdianus;
- Solon;
- somatophylax;
- sophist;
- Sophocles;
- Sophoniba;
- Sphacteria;
- Spartacus;
- Sperlonga;
- Spitamenes;
- Statira;
- Strabo of Amasia;
- Stratonice I;
- Stratonice II;
- Stratonice III;
- Stratonice IV;
- Strymon;
- Successors;
- Suetonius Tranquillus, Gaius;
- suffetes;
- Sulpicius Celsus, Quintus;
- Sulpicius Quirinius, Publius;
- Sumerian King List;
- Suq al-Awty;
- Surena;
- Šurkutir (Shushtar);
- Susa;
- Susia;
- Sutrium;
- Swat;
- Sybota;
- Syennesis;
- Synchronic King List;
- Synesius of Cyrene;
- Syphax
- Syracuse;
- First Syrian War (1);
- First Syrian War (2);
- Second Syrian War;
- Third Syrian War;
- Fourth Syrian War;
- Fifth Syrian War;
- Sixth Syrian War;
- Syrian War;

- Tabula Leersumiana;
Tacfarinas;
- Tacitus (historian);
- Tacitus (emperor);
- Taharqo;
- Takhmaspda;
- Takht-e Rostam;
- Tanwetamani;
- Taq-e Bostan;
- Tarraco;
- Tarsus;
- Taucheira (Arsinoe);
- Taurus;
- Taxila;
- Telmessus;
- Tempe;
- Tenedos;
- Teos;
- Tepe Hesar;
- Tepe Nush-e Jan;
- Tepe Sialk;
- Tertullian (offsite);
- Testis unus, testis nullus;
- tetrarchy;
- Tetricus;
- Teutoburg Forest;
- Thales of Miletus;
- Themistocles;
- Theodorias;
- Theodosius I;
- Theodosius II;
- Theopompus of Chios;
- Thermopylae;
- Thospitis;
- Thucydides;
- Theudas;
- Third Diadoch War;
- Tiberius;
- Tiberius II;
- Tiberius Gemellus;
- Tigranes II the Great of Armenia;
- Tigris;
- Tissaphernes;
- Titus;
- Tolosa;
- Tolsum Writing Tablet;
- Tongeren;
- Traiectum (Utrecht);
- Traiectum (Maastricht);
- Trajan;
- Trapezus;
- Trasimene lake
  - battle of the Trasimene lake;
- Tranquillina;
- Trapezus;
- treasure of Ambiorix;
- Trebonianus Gallus;
- tribune;
- Trier;
- Tritantaechmes;
- triumvir;
- Troglodytes;
- Troy;
- Tušpa;
- Tyana;
- Tyche of Antioch;
- "Tyrannicides";
- tyrant;
- Tyre.

- Ulpia Marciana;
- Ulpia Severina;
- Urartu;
- Uruk King List;
- Utrecht-De Meern.

- Vaballathus;
- Vahyazdta;
- Vaison-la-Romaine;
- Valens;
- Valentinian I;
- Valentinian II;
- Valentinian III;
- Valerian;
- Valerius Publicola, Publius;
- Valerius Severus, Marcus;
- Vanden Berge List;
- Varius Marcellus;
- Varronian chronology;
- Vasio;
- Vaumisa;
- Vechten (Fectio);
- Veleda;
- Velleius Paterculus;
          - Roman History;
- Velsen (Flevum?);
- Velius Rufus, Gaius;
- Verginius Rufus, Lucius;
- Verina;
- Vespasian;
- Via Belgica;
- Via Egnatia;
- Viatorinus;
- Victorinus;
- Vienna AU;
- Vienna FR (pictures);
- Villa Dar Buc Ammera;
- Villa Nile;
- Villa Orpheus;
- Villa Selene;
- Viminacium;
- Vindobona;
- Vinxtbach;
- Vipsanius Agrippa, Marcus;
- Vitellius, Aulus (emperor);
- Vitellius, Lucius (governor);
- Vivna;
- Voorburg (Forum Hadriani);

- Waal;
- Wadi Mathendous;
- Wahibra-Emakhet;
- Walcheren-De Roompot;
- Waldgirmes;
- "Wall of Alexander";
- Wedjahor-Resne;
- weights & measures;
- Werthausen;
- Winkelhaken;
- Woerden (Laurium);

- Xanten (military settlement);
- Xanten (civil settlement);
- Xanthus;
- Xenophon;
- Xerxes;
- Xerxes II;
- Xerxes' canal;

- Yaun;

- Yazd;
- Zagros;
- Zarathustra;
- Zela;
  - battle of Zela;
- Zeno I;
- Zeno of Citium;
- Zenobia;
- Zenobia (fort);
- Zeugma;
- ziggurat;
- Zone;
- Zoroastrianism;
- Zopyrus.


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