NOTE: The list of terms is organized according to order of appearance in the LECTURES.

1. Lapis Niger ("Black Stone")
2. Etruscans
3. Consuls (2)
4. Decemvirs; Decemvirate (451-450 BCE)
5. Military (Consular) Tribunes (first in 444; continuously from 408-394; 391-367 BCE)
6. Livy, Ab Urbe Condita ("From the Founding of the City")
7. Patricians
8. Cicero (Marcus Tullius Cicero, 106-43 BCE)
9. Romulus
10. Rape of the Sabine Women
11. Lucretia
12. Servius Tullius (reigned 578-534 BCE)
13. Chimaera of Arezzo
14. Apollo of Veii
15. Centuriate Assembly
16. Nexum ("Binding")
17. First Secession of the Plebeians (494 BCE)
18. Tribunate (10)
19. Twelve Tables
20. Licinian-Sextian laws (367 BCE)
21. Cursus Honorum ("Course of Honors")
22. Polybius (ca. 200-ca. 118 BCE)
23. Anacyclosis Theory
24. Provincia ("Province")
25. Prorogation
26. Paterfamilias (Head of Roman Household)
27. Pomerium (Sacred City Boundary)
28. Pax Deorum ("Peace of the Gods")
29. Auspicium ("Auspices")
30. Sibylline Books
31. Fetial Priests (20)
32. Vestal Virgins (6)
33. Bacchanalian Conspiracy (186 BCE)
34. Scipio Africanus (Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus, 236-184 BCE)
35. Battle at Lake Regillus (499 or 496 BCE)
36. Cassian Treaty (foedus Cassianum, 493 BCE)
37. Conquest of Veii (ca. 396 BCE)
38. Battle of the Allia (ca. 390 BCE)
39. Samnite Wars (343-341, 327-304, 298-290 BCE)
40. Civitas sine Suffragio ("Citizenship without the Vote")
41. Battle of Sentinum (295 BCE)
42. Ager Publicus ("Public Land")
43. King Pyrrhus of Epirus
44. Pyrgi Tablets
45. Mamertines ("Sons of Mars")
46. Syracuse
47. Corvus ("Raven")
48. Hamilcar Barca (d. 229 BCE)
49. Battle of Aegates (Lipari) Islands (241 BCE)
50. Mercenary ("Truceless") War (241-238 BCE)
51. Ebro Treaty (226 BCE)
52. Saguntum
53. Battle of Cannae (216 BCE)
54. Cato the Elder, "Censorinus" (Marcus Porcius Cato, 234-149 BCE)
55. Bellum Iustum ("Just War")
56. Maniple, Manipular Army (30 in a legion, origin ca. 350 BCE)
57. Triumph
58. Aetolian Confederation
59. Queen Teuta of Illyria
60. King Philip V of Macedonia (238-179 BCE)
61. Flamininus' Isthmian Proclamation (196 BCE)
62. Battle of Magnesia (190 BCE)
63. Third Macedonian War (171-168 BCE)
64. Spartacid Rebellion; Spartacus Revolt (73-71 BCE)
65. Via Egnatia
66. Denarius
67. Extortion Court (Quaestio de repetundis, 149 BCE)
68. Ius Gentium ("Law of Nations"; "Law of Peoples")
69. Publicani
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0. Tiberius and Gaius Sempronius Gracchus
71. Populares
72. King Attalus III of Pergamum (d. 133 BCE)
73. Junonia
74. Senatus Consultum Ultimum ("Emergency Decree of the Senate")
75. Marius (Gaius Marius, ca. 157-86 BCE)
76. Sulla (L. Cornelius Sulla, ca. 138-78 BCE)
77. King Jugurtha of Numidia (executed at Rome,104 BCE); Jugurthine War (112-105 BCE)
78. Cimbi and Teutones
79. Marcus Livius Drusus (tribune, 91 BCE)
80. Social War (91-88 BCE)
81. King Mithridates VI of Pontos (120-63 BCE)
82. Sullan Proscriptions
83. Caesar (Gaius Julius Caesar, 100-44 BCE)
84. Cohort (10 in a legion, ca. 100 BCE)
85. Catilinarian Conspiracy (63 BCE)
86. Pompey the Great (Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, 106-48 BCE)
87. Lex Gabinia ("Gabinian Law," 67 BCE)
88. Lex Manilia ("Manilian Law," 66 BCE)
89. Cato the Younger, "Uticensis" (95-46 BCE)
90. First Triumvirate (60 BCE)
91. Clodius (Publius Clodius Pulcher, 92-52 BCE)
92. Marc Antony (Marcus Antonius, 83-31 BCE)
93. Battle at Carrhae (53 BCE)
94. Vercingetorix and Siege at Alesia (52 BCE)
95. Crossing the Rubicon (49 BCE)
96. Battle at Pharsalus (48 BCE)
97. Battle at Thapsus (46 BCE)
98. Battle at Munda (45 BCE)
99. Dictator Perpetuus ("Perpetual Dictator")
100. Ides of March (15 March 44 BCE)