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Arimnestus, a Platæan, ix. 72.

Artayctes, a Persian general, vii. 53, 78;
Ariomardus, general of the Caspians, vii. 67. ix. 116, 118-120.
Ariomardus, son of Darius, vii. 78.

Artaynta, niece of Xerxes, ix. 108.
Arion, a poet, i, 23, 24.

Artayntes, a Persian admiral, viii. 130; ix,
Ariphron, father of Xantippus, vi. 131, 102, 107.
184; vii. 33; viii. 131.

Artazostra, daughter of Darius, vi. 43.
Arisba, a city of Lesbos, i. 151.

Artembares, a Mede, i. 114-116.
Aristagoras, tyrant of Cyme, iv. 188; v. Artembares, a Persian, ix. 122.
37, 38.

Artemisia, queen of Halicarnassus, vii.
Aristagoras, of Cyzicus, iv, 138.

99; viii. 68, 87, 88, 93. 101–103.
Aristagoras, tyrant of Miletus, v. 50–51, Artemisium, a port of Euboea, iv. 55; vii.
94, 98, 100, 124, 126; vii. 8.

175, 176, 195; viii. 9–11, 1417.
Aristagoras, father of Hegesistratus, ix. 90. Artimpasa, Scythian Venus, iv. 59.
Aristeas, a poet of Proconnesus, iv. 18—15. Artiscus, a Scythian river, iv. 92.
Aristeas, a Corinthian, vii. 137.

Artochmes, son-in-law of Darius, vii. 78.
Aristides, the Just, an Athenian, vii. 79, Artontes, father of Bagæus, iii. 128.
82; viii. 79, 81, 95; ix. 28.

Artontes, son of Mardonius, ix. 84.
Aristocrates, father of Casambus, vi. 73. Artybius, a Persian commander, v. 108,
Aristocyprus, king of Solias, v. 113.

110.
Aristodemus, king of Sparta, iv. 147; vi. Artyntes, a Persian general, vii. 67; viii.
52; vii, 204; viii. 131.

180.
Aristodemus, a Spartan, vii. 229, 231; ix. 71. Artyphius, brother of Ariomardus, vii. 66,
Aristodicus, of Cyme, i. 158, 159.

67.
Aristogiton and Harmodius, v. 55; vii. Artystone, daughter of Cyrus, iii. 88; vii.
109, 123,

69.
Aristolaides, an Athenian, i. 59.

andes, prefect of Egypt, iv. 166, 167,
Aristomachus, father of Aristodemus, vi. 200.
52; vii. 204; viii. 181.

Aryenis, daughter of Alyattes, i. 74.
Ariston of Byzantium, iv. 138.

Asbystæ, a Libyan people, iv. 170.
Ariston, king of Sparta, i. 67; vi. 61–63, 69. Ascalon, a city of Palestine, i. 105.
Aristonice, the Pythian, vii. 140.

Asia, wife of Prometheus, iv. 45.
Aristonymus of Sicyon, vii. 126.

Asia, geography of, iv. 37–40.
Aristophantus, father of Cobon, vi. 66. Asian tribe at Sardis, iv. 45.
Aristophilides, king of Tarentum, iii. 136. Asias, son of Cotys, iv. 45.
Arizanti, a Median tribe, i. 101.

Asinarius, vi. 68.
Arizus, a Persian prince, vii. 82.

Asine, a city of Peloponnesus, viii. 73.
Armenians, i. 194; iii. 93; v. 49; vii. 73. Asonides, a captain of Ægina, vii. 181.
Armenius, Mount, i. 72.

Asopians, a people of Boeotia, ix. 15.
Arpoxais, ancestor of the Scythians, iv. 5, 6. Asopodorus, a Theban commander, ix. 69.
Arsamenes, son of Darius, vii. 68.

Asopus, a river of Boeotia, vi. 108; vii.
Arsames, grandfather of Darius, i. 209; 199, 200, 216; ix. 15, 29, 43, 51.
vii. 11, 224.

Aspathines, a Persian prince, iii. 70, 78;
Arsanes, son of Darius, vii. 68.

vii. 97.
Artabanus, uncle of Xerxes, iv. 83; vii. 10, Assa, a city of Mount Athos, vii. 122.
11, 17, 46—53, 66, 67, 75.

Assesus, a town of the Milesians, i. 19.
Artabates, a Persian, vii. 65.

Assyria, i. 102, 106, 177 ; ii. 17; iv. 39.
Artabazanes, eldest son of Darius, vii. 2. Assyrians, i. 95, 102, 103, 106, 177 ; ii. 141 ;
Artabazus, a Persian general, vii. 66 ; yiii. vii. 62, 63.
126—129; ix. 41, 66, 89.

Astacus, father of Melanippus, v. 67.
Artace, a city of the Propontis, iv.14; vi. 33. Aster, father of Anchimolius, v. 63.
Artachæes, a Persian general, vii. 117, 122. Astrabacus, a hero of Sparta, vi. 69.
Artachæus, father of Artayntes, viii. 130. Astyages, king of the Medes, i, 46, 73–75,
Artachæus, father of Otaspis, vii. 63.

107, 108, 123, 127–130, 139.
Artæans, ancient name of the Persians, vi. Asychis, king of Egypt, ii. 156.
98; vii. 61.

Atarantes, a Libyan people, iv. 184,
Artæus, father of Artachæus, vii. 22. Atarbechis, a city of Egypt, ii. 141.
Artæus, father of Azanes, vii. 66.

Atarneus, or Atarnea, a city and territory
Artanes, brother of Darius, vii. 224.

of Mysia, i. 160; vi. 28, 29; vii. 42; viii.
Artanes, a river of Thrace, iv. 49.

106.
Artaphernes, brother of Darius, v. 23, 25, Atarnes, a river of Thrace, iv. 49.
30-32, 73, 100, 123; vi. 1, 4.

Athamas, son of Æolus, vii, 197.
Artaphernes, son of Artaphernes, Persian Athenades, a Trachinian, vii. 218.

general at Marathon, vi. 94, 116; vii. 10, Athenagoras, a Samian, ix. 90.
74.

Athens and Athenians, passim,
Artaxerxes, son of Xerxes, vi. 98; vii. 106, Athos, Mount, vi. 44, 95; vii. 21, 22,
151.

Athribis, a district in Egypt, ii. 166.

138.

Athrys, a river of Thrace, iv. 49.

Belus, father of Ninus, i. 7.
Atlantes, or Atarantes, a people of Libya, Belus, father of Cepheus, vii. 61.
iv. 184.

Bermion, a mountain of Macedonia, viii.
Atlantic Sea, i. 102.
Atlas, a river of Mount Hæmus, iv. 49. Bessians, interpreters of Bacchus, vii. 211.
Atlas, Mount, iv. 184.

Bias of Priene, i. 27, 170.
Atossa, daughter of Cyrus, iii. 68, 88, 103, Bias, brother of Melampus, ix. 34.
154; vii. 2, 3.

Bisaltes, son of Apollophanes, vi. 26.
Atramytteum, or Adramyttium, a town of Bisaltia, a region of Macedonia, vii, 115;
Troas, vii. 42.

viii. 116.
Atridæ, the sons of Atreus, vii. 20.

Bisanthe, a city of the Hellespont, vii.
Attaginus, a Theban, ix. 15, 86, 88.

137.
Attica, i. 59; v. 76; ix. 18.

Bistones, a people of Thrace, vii. 110.
Attic people, i. 56; v. 87; vi. 138.

Bistonis, a lake, vii, 109.
Atys, king of Sardis, i. 7, 94; vii. 27, 74. Bithynia, a province of Asia Minor, i. 28.
Atys, son of Cresus, i. 24–43.

Bithynians, vii. 75.
Auchatæ, a family of Scythians, iv. 6. Biton, and Cleobis, Argives, i. 31.
Augila, a country of Libya, iv, 172, 182. Bæbeis, a lake of Thessaly, vii. 129.
Auras, a river of Mount Hæmus, iv. 49. Bæotia, ii. 49; v. 57.
Auschisæ, a people of Libya, iv. 171. Baotians, v. 74, 77, 79; vi. 108; vii. 202;
Auses, a people of Libya, iv. 180, 191.

viii. 34; ix. 68.
Autesion, father of Theras, iv. 147; vi. 52. Boges, governor of Eïon, vii. 107, 118.
Autodicus, a Platæan, ix. 85.

Bolbitic mouth of the Nile, ii. 17.
Automoli, a colony of Egyptians, ii. 50. Boreas, son-in-law of the Athenians, vii.
Autonous, and Phylacus, viii. 39.

189.
Auxesia and Damia, v. 83.

Borysthenes, a river of Scythia, iv, 18, 45,
Axius, a river of Macedonia, vii. 123. 47, 53—and city, iv. 78.
Axus, a city of Crete, iv. 154.

Borysthenians, iv. 17, 18, 50, 78.
Azanes, a Persian general, vii. 66.

Bosphorus, the Cimmerian, iv. 12, 28, 100.
Azen, in Arcadia, vi. 127.

Bosphorus, the Thracian, iv. 83, 85, 86, 88.
Aziris, a district in Libya, iv. 157, 169. Bottiæa, a region of Macedonia, vii. 128,
Azotus, a city of Syria, ii. 157.

127, 185; viii. 127.

Branchidæ, i. 46, 92; ii. 159; v. 56.
Babylon, i. 178–185, 192 ; iii. 158, 159. Brauron, a town of Attica, iv. 145; vi. 138.
Babylonia, i. 198.

Briantica, a region of Thrace, vii. 108.
Babylonians, i. 77, 190—200; ii. 109; iii. Briges, Phrygians, viii. 78.
150–159.

Brongus, a river flowing into the Ister, iv.
Bacchus, Egyptian Osiris, ii. 42, 48, 123, 49.

144, 146 ; iii. 97; iv. 79. The Arabian, Brundusium, a city of Italy, iv, 99.
iii. 8, 10. The Ethiopian, ii. 29. The Bryges, a people of Thrace, vi. 45; vii.
Grecian, ii. 49, 145, 146; iii. 97; v. 67 ; 185.
vi. 79, 108; vii, 111.

Bubares, a Persian, iv. 167; v. 21; vii. 22.
Bacchus, temple of, at Byzantium, iv. 87. viii. 136.
Bacchanalia, iv. 79.

Bubastis, a city of Egypt, ii. 59, 67, 156,
Bacchiads, of Corinth, v. 92.

166.
Bacis, predictions of, viii, 20, 77, 96; ix. Bubastis, the Egyptian Diana, ii. 157, 156.
43.

Bucolic mouth of the Nile, ii. 17.
Bactra, a city of Assyria, vi, 9; ix. 113. Budians, a people of Media, i. 101.
Bactria, a country of Asia, iv. 204.

Budians, of Scythia, iv. 21, 108, 109.
Bactrians, vii, 68, 86.

Bulis, a Spartan, vii. 164–187.
Badres, or Bares, a Persian admiral, iv. Bura, a city of Achaia, ii. 145.
167, 203.

Busæans, a people of Media, i. 101.
Bagæus, a Persian, son of Artontes, iii. Busiris, a city and district of Egypt, ii. 59,
128.

61, 165,
Bagæus, father of Mardontes, vii. 80. Butacides, father of Philip of Crotona, v.
Bagasaces, son of Artabanus, vii. 76.

47.
Barca, a city of Libya, iii. 91; iv. 160, 200, Ruto, a city of Egypt, ii. 59, 68, 75, 155.

Bybassia, a peninsula of Caria, i. 174.
Barca, a village of Bactria, iv. 204.

Byzantium, iv. 144; v. 26, 103.
Rarcæans, iii. 13, 91; iv. 164, 167, 201—204.
Bares, see Badres.

Cabales, a people of Libya, iv. 171.
Basilides, an Ionian, viii. 132.

Cabalian Meonians, vii. 77.
Battus, king of Cyrene, iv, 150, 155, 159. Cabalians, a people of Asia Minor, iii. 90..
Battus, son of Arcesilaus, ii. 181; iv. 159. Cabiri, ii. 51; ii. 37.
Battiadæ, iv, 202.

Cadmeans of Peloponnesus, i. 56, 146; v.
Belides, gates of Babylon, iii. 155, 158. 57, 61; ix, 27.

et seg

Cadmus, son of Agenor, ii. 45, 49; iv. 147; | Casambus of Ægina, vi. 75.
v. 57-59.

Casius, Mount, in Arabia, ii. 6, 158; iii. 5.
Cadmus, of Coos, viii. 163, 164.

Casmena, a city of Sicily, vii. 155.
Cadytis, a city of Palestine, ii. 159 ; iii. 5. Caspatyrus, a city of Pactyica, iii. 102; iv.
Cænis, ancestor of Eétion, v. 92, (2.).

44.
Caicus, a plain of Mysia, vi. 28.

Caspian Sea, i. 202, 203; iv. 40.
Caicus, a river of Mysia, vii. 42.

Caspians, iii. 92; vii. 67, 84.
Calacté, on the coast of Sicily, vi. 22. Cassandane, wife of Cyrus, ii. 1; iii. 2.
Calantian Indians, iii. 97.

Cassiterides, western islands, iii. 115.
Calasiries, Egyptian warriors, ii. 164–168; Castalian spring on Parnassus, viii. 99.
vii. 89; ix. 32.

Casthanæa, a city of Magnesia, vii. 188, 188.
Calchas, vii. 91.

Castor and Pollux, ii. 43; vi. 127.
Calchedon, or Chalcedon, iv. 85, 144; v. 26. Catarractes, a river tributary to the Mæan-
Callatebus, a city of Lydia, vii. 31.

der, vii. 26.
Calliades, an Athenian archon, viii. 51. Catiarians, a Scythian tribe, iv. 6.
Callias, an Elian diviner, v. 44, 45. Caucasus, Mount, i. 104, 203, 204; iii. 97;
Callias, father of Hipponicus, vi. 121, 122. iv. 12.
Callias, son of Hipponicus, vii. 151. Cauconian Pylians, i. 147 ; iv. 148.
Callicrates, a Spartan, ix. 72, 85.

Caunus, a city of Caria, i. 172, 176 ; v. 103.
Callimachus of Aphidna, vi. 109, 114. Caustrobius, father of Aristeas, iv. 18.
Callipides, a Scythian people, iv. 17. Cayster, a river of Lydia, v. 100.
Callipolis, a city of Sicily, vii. 154.

Cecrops, a king of Athens, viii. 44.
Callista, afterward Thera, iv. 147.

Celænæ, a city of Phrygia, vii. 26.
Calydne, a city of Asia Minor, viii. 87. Celeas, an associate of Dorieus, v. 46.
Calyndian mountains, i. 172.

Celts, a people of Europe, ii. 33; iv. 49.
Calyndians, viii, 87.

Ceos, an

the Ægæan sea, iv. 05;
Camarina, a city of Sicily, vii. 154, 156. v. 102; viii. 1, 46, 76.
Cambyses, father of Cyrus, i. 46, 107, 112, Cephallenia, an island of the Ionian sea,
207; vii. 11.

ix. 28.
Cambyses, son of Cyrus, ii. 1, 208; iii. 1, Cephenes, Persians, vii. 61.

4,7–38, 44, 61–66, 89, 159, 181; iv. 165. Cepheus, father of Andromeda, vii. 61.
Camicus, a city of Sicily, vii. 169, 170. Cephissus, father of Thyia, vii. 178.
Camirus, a Dorian city, i. 144.

Cephissus, a river of Phocis, viii. 33.
Campsa, a city of Crossæa, vii. 128. Ceramic gulf, i. 174.
Cana, Mount, in Mysia, vii. 42.

Cercasora, a city of Egypt, ii. 15, 17, 97.
Canastræum, promontory of Pallené, vii. Ceres, the Egyptian Isis, ii. 59, 156. Eleu-
123.

sinian, ix. 62, 65, 97.
Candaules, king of Sardis, i. 7-12. Chalcedonians, or Calchedonians, iv. 144;
Candaules, father of Damasithymus, vii. 98. v. 26; vi. 33.
Canobic mouth of the Nile, ii. 15, 17, 113, Chalcidians, of Eubæa, v. 74, 77, 99; viii.
179.

127; ix. 28.
Canobus, a city of Egypt, ii. 97.

Chaldæans, a people of Assyria, vii. 63.
Caphareum, à promontory of Euboea, Chaldæans, of Babylon, i. 181, 183.
viii. 7.

Chalestra, a city Macedonia, vii. 128.
Cappadocia, i. 73.

Chalybians, of Asia Minor, i. 28; vii, 76.
Cappadocians, i. 71-73; v. 49; vii. 72. Charadra, a city of Phocis, viii. 03.
Car, brother of Lydus, and Mysus, i. 171. Charaxus, brother of Sappho, ii. 185; iv.
Carcinitis, a city of Scythia, iv. 59, 99. 185.
Cardamyle, a town of Laconia, viii. 73. Charilaus, of Samos, iii. 145.
Cardia, a city of the Chersonese, vi. 33; Charillus, son of Eunomus, viii, 181,
vii. 58; ix. 115.

Charopinus, brother of Aristagoras, v. 99.
Carenus, father of Evænetus, vii. 173. Chemmis, a floating island in Egypt, ii. 156.
Caria, i. 142; vi. 25.

Chemmis, a city of Egypt, ii. 91, 165.
Carians, i. 28, 146, 171, 174; ii. 61, 152; Cheops, an Egyptian king, ii. 124.

iii. 4, 11; v. 117–120; vii. 93; viii. 133, Chephren, an Egyptian king, ii. 127, 128.
135.

Cherasmes, a Persian, vii. 78.
Carina, a city of Mysia, vii. 42.

Chersis, father of Gorgus and Onesilus, v.
Carpathus, an island near Rhodes, iii. 45. 104; vii. 98; viii. 11.
Carpis, a river flowing into the Ister, iv. 49. Chersonese of Thrace, vi. 63, 64, 69, 140;
Carthage, iii. 119.

ix. 118.
Carthaginians, i. 166; ii. 32; iii, 17, 19; Chersonesus Trachea, iv, 99.
iv. 43, 197; vii. 165, 167.

Chilaus, a Tegean, ix. 9.
Caryanda, iv. 44.

Chilon, a Lacedæmonian, i. 59; vi. 05;
Carystus, a city of Euboea, iv. 33; vi. 99; vii, 235.
viii. 112.

Chios, a city of Ionia, i. 18, 142, 160; ii.
Carystians, viii. 112, 121; ix, 105.

178; vi. 15, 16, 26, 81; viii. 132.

79.

Choaspes, a river near Susa, i. 188; v. 49, 52., Colosse, a city of Phrygia, vii. 30.
Chæreates, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68. Combrea a city of Crossæa, vii. 123.
Chæreæ, a city of Euboea, vi. 101.

Compsatus, a river of Thrace, vii. 109.
Chorus, father of Micythus, vii. 170. Conians, a Thracian race, v. 60.
Chorasmians, a people of Asia, iii. 95, 117; Contadesdus, a river of Thrace, iv. 89.
vii. 66.

Copaïs, a lake of Boeotia, viii. 155.
Chromius, an Argive, i. 82.

Corcyra, colonized from Corinth, iii. 42, 49.
Ciconians, a people of Thrace, vii. 59, 108, Corcyræans, iii. 48, 53; vii. 168.
110.

Coressus, a port near Ephesus, v. 100.
Cilicia, a country of Asia, ii. 17, 34; iii. 90; Corinth, and Corinthians, i. 14, 50, 51; ii.
v. 52; ix. 107.

167 ; iii. 48, 49, 52; iv. 162; v. 75, 87,
Cilicians, i. 28, 72; iii. 90; v. 49, 52; vii. 92; vi. 89; vii. 202 ; viii. 1, 94; ix. 102.
91; viii. 14.

Corobius, a Cretan, iv. 151.
Cilix, son of Agenor, a Phænician, vii. 91. Coronæans, neighbors of the Thebans, v.
Cilla, an Æolian city, j. 149.
Cimmeria, a region of Scythia, iv. 12. Corycium, a cavern of Parnassus, viii. 86.
Cimmerian Bosphorus, iv. 12, 28, 100. Corydallus, of Anticyra, vii. 214.
Cimmerians, i. 6, 15, 16; iv. 1, 11, 12; vii. 20. Corys, a river of Arabia, iii, 9.
Cimon, father of Miltiades, vi. 34, 38, 39, Cos, a Doric island, i. 144; vii. 164.
103.

Cotys, father of Asias, iv. 45.
Cimon, son of Miltiades, vi. 156; vii. 107. Cranaspes, a Persian, iii. 126.
Cineas, king of Thessaly, v. 63.

Cranai, ancient name of the Athenians,
Cinyps, a river of Libya, iv. 175; v. 42. viii. 44.
Cinyps, a region of Libya, iv. 198.

Crastis, a river near Sybaris, v. 45.
Cion, a city of Mysia, v. 122.

Crathis, a river of Achaia, i. 145.
Cissia, a country of Asia, iii. 91 ; v. 49, 52; Cratines, father of Anaxilaus, vii. 165.
vi. 116.

Cratinus, father of Aminocles, vii. 190.
Cissian gate of Babylon, iii. 155, 158. Cremni, a port in the Mæotic gulf, iv. 20,
Cissians, iii. 91; vii. 62, 86, 210.

110.
Cithæron, Mount, v. 74; vii. 141; ix. 19, Creston, Crestona, a city of Thrace, i. 57;
25, 39.

v. ; vii. 124, 127; viii. 116.
Cius, or Scius, a river tributary to the Ister, Crete, Cretans, i. 2, 65, 173; iv. 151 ; vii.
ii. 49.

169–171.
Clazomenæ, an Ionian city, i. 16, 51, 142 ; Crinippus, father of Terillus, vii. 165.
ii. 178; v. 128.

Crisæan plain, of Locris, viii. 32.
Cleades, a Platæan, ix. 85.

Critalla, a city of Cappadocia, vii. 26.
Cleander, a seer, vi. 83.

Critobulus, of Torona, viii. 127.
Cleander, son of Hippocrates, vii. 155. Crius, father of Polycritus, viii. 92.
Cleander, son of Pantares, vii. 154. Crius, son of Polycritus, vi. 50, 73.
Cleobis and Biton, i. 31.

Crobyzian Thracians, iv. 49.
Cleodæus, son of Hyllus, vi. 52; vii. 204; Crocodiles, city of, in Egypt, ii. 148.
viii. 181.

Croesus, king of Lydia, i. 7, 26–30, 34—
Cleombrotus, son of Anaxandrides, iv. 81; 45, 50, 78–87, 92, 155, 207, 208; iii. 14,
v. 41; viii. 71; ix. 10.

34; vi. 125; viii. 05.
Cleomenes, king of Sparta, ii. 148; V.41 -Crophi, a mountain in Upper Egypt, ii. 28.

61, 64, 70, 76; vi. 49–51, 65, 73–80, 84. Crossæa, a district of Macedonia, vii. 128.
Cleonæ, a city of Mount Athos, vii. 22. Croton, a town in the gulf of Tarentum,
Clineas, son of Alcibiades, viii. 17.

iii. 136, 137.
Clisthenes, tyrant of Sicyon, v. 67; vi. 126. Crotonians, iii. 131 ; v. 44; viii. 47.
Clisthenes, an Athenian, v. 66-70; vi. 131. Cuphagoras, an Athenian, vi. 117.
Clytiadæ, an Elian family, ix. 33.

Curium, a city of Cyprus, v. 113.
Cnidus, a town of Caria, i. 144; ii. 178. Cyanean islands in the Euxine, iv. 85.
Cnidians, i. 174; iii. 138; iv. 164. Cyaxares, king of Media, i. 16, 73, 74, 103,
Cnothus, father of Nicodromus, vi. 88. 106.
Cobon, son of Aristophantus, vi. 66. Cybebe, a temple at Sardis, v. 102.
Codrus, king of Athens, v. 65, 76.

Cyberniscus, a Lycian, vii. 98.
Codrus, son of Melanthus, i. 147.

Cyclades, islands of the Ægean sea, v. 30,
Codrus, father of Neleus, ix. 97.

31; vii. 95.
Conyra, a town in Thasos, vi. 47.

Cydippa, daughter of Terillus, vii. 165.
Coes, tyrant of Mitylene, iv. 97 ; v. 11, 07. Cydonia, a city of Crete, iii. 44, 59.
Colæus, a Samian captain, iv. 152. Cydrara, a city on the borders of Phrygia,
Colaxais, ancestor of the Scythians, iv. 5, 7. vii. 30.
Colchians, iii. 97; iv. 37, 40; vii. 79. Cyllyrians, slaves of Sicily, vii. 155.
Colchis, a country on the Euxine sea, i. 2. Cylon, an Athenian, v. 71.
Colias, on the coast of Attica, viii. 96. Cyme, an Æolian city, i. 149, 157; v. 123 ;
Colophon, an Ionian city, i. 14, 142, 147, 150. vii. 194; viii. 180.

Cymæans, i. 157, 165; v. 38.

Dascylus, father of Gyges, i. 8.
Cynægirus, a valiant Athenian, vi. 114. Datis, a Mede, general of the Persians at
Cyneas, father of Philager, vi. 101.

Marathon, vi. 94, 97, 118; vii. 88.
Cynetes, Cynesians, tarthest people of Datus, a city of the Edonians, ix. 75.

Europe toward the west, ii. 33; iv. 49. Daulians, a people of Phocis, viii. 05.
Cyniscus, son of Leotychides, vi. 71. Daurises, son-in-law of Darius, v. 116, 121.
Cyno, or Spaco, nurse of Cyrus, i. 110, Decelea, a district of Attica, ix. 15, 78.
112-122

Decelus, ix. 73.
Cynosarges in Attica, v. 63; vi. 116. Deioces, king of the Medes, i. 16, TO, 96-
Cynosura, an island near Salamis, viii. 76. 102.
Cynurians, people of Peloponnesus, viii. 76. Deiphonus, son of Evenius, ix. 92.
Cyprus, Cyprians, i. 100; ii. 182; iii. 19, Delians, iv, 33; vi. 97.

91; iv. 162; v. 104, 116; vii. 90. Delium, a Theban city, vi. 118; ix. 15.
Cypselus, tyrant of Corinth, i. 20; v. 92; Delphi and Delphians, i. 14, 46, 48,50_52,
vi. 128.

92; ii. 180; v. 42, 62; vii. 178; viii. 56,
Cypselus, father of Miltiades, vi. 35.

37.
Cyraunis, an island near Libya, iv. 195. Delta, of the Nile, ii. 18–16.
Cyrene, a city of Libya, iv. 150–170, 199, Delos, an island of the Ægean sea, i. 64;
205.

iv. 03435; vi. 97; viii. 182, 183; ix. 90.
Cyrenæans, ii, 32; iii. 131 ; iv. 152—162, Demaratus, king of Sparta, vi. 50, 61–70;
186.

vii. 3, 101--104, 209, 234—239.
Cyrnus, an island in the Tyrrhenian sea, Demarmenus, father of Prinetades and
vii. 165.

Chilon, v. 41; vi. 65.
Cyrnus, a city of Carystia, ix. 105. Democedes, a physician of Crotona, iii.
Cyrnus, a hero, i. 167.

129-137.
Cyrus, father of Cambyses, i. 111.

Democritus, of Naxos, viii. 46.
Cyrus, king of Persia, i. 46, 73–75, 79— Demonax, a Mantinean, iv. 161.

88, 91, 95, 108, 111, 118-116, 122, 150, Demonons, father of Penthylus, vii. 195.
141, 153_155, 188—191, 201—205, 207, Demophilus, a Thespian general, vii. 22.

244 ; iii. 69, 89; vii, 11; ix. 122. Dersæi, a Thracian tribe, vii. 110.
Cythera, an island off Peloponnesus, i. 82, Derusiæans, a Persian tribe, i. 125.
105; vii. 235.

Deucalion, king of Thessaly, i. 56.
Cythnus, an island near Attica, vii. 90; Diactorides, father of Eurydame, vi. 71.
viii. 67.

Diactorides, a Cranonian, vi. 127.
Cythnians, viii. 46.

Diadromus, father of Demophilus, vii. 222.
Cytissorus, son of Phixus, vii. 197.

Diana, i. 26 ; ii. 59, 156; iii. 48; iv. 33, 87,
Cyzicus, a city of Propontis, iv. 14, 76; 105; v. 7; vi. 138; vii. 176; viii. 77.
vi. 33.

Dicæa, a city of Thrace, vii. 109.

Dicæus, an Athenian exile, viii. 65.
Dadicæ, a people of Asia, iii. 91; vii. 66. Dictynna, her fane, iii. 59.
Dædalus, vii. 170.

Didymus, oracle of, vi. 19.
Daians, a Persian tribe, i. 125.

Dienecis, a Spartan, vii. 226.
Damasithymus, king of the Calyndians, Dindymene, i. 80.
vii. 98 ; viii. 87.

Dinomenes, father of Gelon, vii. 145.
Damasus, son of Amyris, vi. 127.

Diomede, ii. 116.
Damia and Auxesia, v. 82.

Dionysius, a Phocæan, vi. 11, 17.
Danae, mother of Perseus, i. 91; vi. 53; Dionysophanes, an Ephesian, ix. 84.
vii. 60, 150.

Dionysus, iv. 79.
Danaus and Lynceus, ii. 91.

Dioscuri, ii. 43, 50; vi. 127.
Danaus, son-in-law of Archander, ii. 98. Dipæa, a place in Peloponnesus, ix. 35.
Danaus and Xuthus, vii. 94.

Dithyrambus, son of Hermatidas, vii. 227.
Daphnæ, Pelusian, of Egypt, ii. 50, 107. Dium, a city of Mount Athos, vii. 22.
Daphnis, tyrant of Abydos, iv, 138. Doberes, a people of Pæonia, v. 16; rii.
Dardanus, a city near Abydos, v. 117; vii.

113.
43.

Dodona, oracle of, i. 46; ii. 52, 55, 57; ix.
Dardanians, a people of Asia, i. 189.

93.
Daritæ, a people of Asia, iii. 92.

Dolonci, a people of Thrace, vi. 64, 05.
Darius, king of Persia, i. 183, 187, 209; ii. Dolopes, a people of Thessaly, vii. 132, 185.

110; iii. 69, 70, 82–96, 101, 126–129, Dorians, i. 6, 28, 56, 141, 144, 171; iii. 56;
105_144, 150–160; iv. 39, 44, 85-87, v. 68, 76, 86; vi. 53; vii. 98, 99, 102;
97, 118, 120, 124, 127, 140_144; v. 12, viii. 31, 73.
17, 97, 101, 105; vi. 46, 48, 94, 98, 111, Dorieus, son of Anaxandrides, v. 41, 42,
118; vii. 1-4, 10, 11, 69, 72, 82, 103, 43, 45, 46; vii. 158, 205; ix. 10.
224; viii. 89.

Doris, formerly Dryopis, viii. 31.
Dascyleum, a city of Bithynia, iii. 120, Doriscus, a shore of Thrace, v. 98; vii. 25,
126; vi. 33.

59, 105.

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