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Dorus, king of the Dorians, i. 56.

Eridanus, a river of Europe, iii. 115.
Doryssus, son of Leobotes, vii. 204. Erineum, a mountain, viii. 43.
Dotus, a Persian general, vii. 72.

Erochus, a city of Phocis, viii. 33.
Dropici, a Persian race, i. 125.

Erxander, father of Coes, iv, 97; v. 57.
Drymus, a city of Phocis, viii. 33.

Erythea, an island near Gades, iv, 8.
Dryopis, a region of Thessaly, i. 56; viii. 31. Erythræ, a city of Ionia, 1. 18, 142; vi. &
Dryopians in Asia, i. 146.

Erythræ, a town of Boeotia, ix. 15, 19.
Dryopians of Peloponnesus, viii. 78. Erythrebolus, a city of Egypt, ii. 111.
Dyma, a town of Achaia, i. 145.

Eryx, a region of Sicily, v. 43, 45.
Dymanates, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68. Eryxo, wife of Arcesilaus, iv. 160.
Dyras, a river of Trachinia, vii. 198, Etearchus, king of Axus, iv. 154.
Dysorum, Mount, v. 17,

Etearchus, king of the Ammonians, ii. 52

Eteocles, father of Laodamas, v, 61.
Ecbatana, a city of Media, i. 110, 153; iii. Euænetus, son of Carenus, vii. 178.
64, 92.

Euagoras, a Lacedæmonian, vi. 103.
Ecbatana, of Syria, iii. 62.

Eualcides, general of the Eretrians, v. 102.
Echecrates, father of Eétion, v. 92.

Eubea, iv. 33; v. 31; vi. 100; vii, 156;
Echemus, son of Aëropus, ix. 26.

vii. 4, 13, 20.
Echestratus, son of Agis, vii. 204.

Euclides and Cleander, vii. 155.
Echidorus, a river of Thrace, vii. 124. Euelthon, king of Salamis, in Cyprus, iv.
Echinades, islands at the mouth of the 162; v. 104.
Achelous, ü. 10.

Evenus, father of Deiphonus, ix. 92–94.
Edonians, a people of Thrace, v. 11, 23, Euesperides, islands on the coast of Libya,
124; vii. 110, 114; ix. 75.

iv, 171.
Eétion, father of Cypselus, v. 92, (5.). Euesperides, people of Libya, iv, 198.
Egestaans, a people of Sicily, v. 46. Eumenes, an Athenian captain, viii. 98.
Eion, a city on the Strymon, vii. 25, 113, Eumenides, temple of the, iv. 149; ix. 97.
viii. 118.

Eunomus, son of Polydectes, viii. 181.
Elæus, a city of the Thracian Chersonese, Eupalinus, son of Naustrophus, iji. 60.

vi. 140; vii. 22, 35; ix, 116, 120. Euphorbus, son of Alcimachus, vi. 101.
Elatea, a city of Phocis, viii. 33.

Euphorion, father of Æschylus, ii. 156; vi.
Elbo, an island of the Nile, ii. 140.

114.
Eleans, ii. 160; iv. 30, 148; vi. 127; viii. Euphorion, father of Laphanes, vi. 127.
27; ix. 77.

Euphrates, i. 180, 184, 185, 191; v. 52.
Elephantine, a city of Upper Egypt, ii. 9, Euripus, the strait of Euboea, v. 77; vil.
17, 28, 69; iii. 19, 20.

173, 182; viii, 15.
Eleusis, a town of Attica, i. 130; v. 74– Europa of Tyre, i. 2, 173; iv. 45.
76; vi. 75; viii. 65; ix. 27.

Europe, iii. 115; iv, 42, 45; vii. 5.
Eleusinian Ceres, viii. 65; ix. 57, 101. Euryanax, son of Dorieus, ix. 10, 53, 55.
Elis, a country of Peloponnesus, viii. 73. Eurybates of Argos, vi. 92; ix, 75.
Ellopia, a district of Eubca, viii. 23. Eurybiades, commander of the Grecian
Elorus, a river of Sicily, vii. 154.

fleet, viii. 2, 42, 74, 124.
Encheleæ, a people of Illyria, v. 61; ix. 42 Euryclides, father of Eurybiades, viii. 2
Enians of Thrace, vii. 132, 185, 198. Eurycrates, son of Polydorus, vii. 204.
Enipeus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 129. Eurycratides, son of Anaxander, vii. 204,
Eordians of Macedonia, vii. 185.

Eurydame, wife of Leotychides, vi. 71.
Epaphus, god of the Memphians, ii. 153; Eurydemus, father of Éphialtes, vii. 213.
iii. 27, 28.

Euryleon, a companion of Dorieus, v. 46.
Ephesians, i. 26, 147.

Eurymachus, father of Leontiades, vii. 205.
Ephesus, i. 142; ii. 10, 148, 158; v. 54. Eurymaches, son of Leontiades, vii. 238.
Ephialtes, the traitor, vii. 213.

Euryphon, son of Procles, viii. 181,
Epicydes, father of Glaucus, vi. 86. Eurypylus, son of Aleuas, ix, 58.
Epidamnus, a river of Thessaly,vii. 129, 196. Eurysthenes, son of Aristodemus, iv. 147;
Epidaurus, a town of Peloponnesus, iii. v. 40; vi. 51, 52; vii. 204; viii. 181,

52; v. 82, 83; viii. 43, 46; ix. 28. Eurystheus, king of Argos, ix. 26, 27.
Epistrophus, father of Amphimnestris, vi. Eurytus, a Spartan, vii. 229.
127.

Euthynus, father of Hermolycus, ix. 105.
Epium, a city of the Minyans, iv. 148. Eutychides, father of Sophanes, ix. 73.
Epizelus, son of Cyphagoras, vi. 117. Euxine sea, i. 6, 72; iv. 37, 46.
Epizephyrian Locrians, vi, 23.

Exampæus, a Scythian region, iv. 52, 81.
Erasinus, a river of the Stymphalian lake,
vi. 76.

Gades, beyond the Pillars of Hercules,
Erechtheus, king of Athens, v. 82; vii. iv. 8.
189; viii. 44, 55.

Gæson, a river near Mycale, ix. 97.
Eretria, a city of Eubea, i. 61; vi. 43, 94, Galepsus, a city of Macedonia, vii. 122.
101, 119; viii. 46; ix. 28.

Gallaica, a region of Macedonia, vii. 108.
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Gandarians, a people of Asia, iii. 90; vii. | Harmocydes, general of the Phocians, ix,
66.

17.
Garamantes, a people of Libya, iv. 174, 183. Harmodius and Aristogiton, v. 55; vi. 109,
Gargaphian fountain, near Platæa, ix. 25, 128.
49, 50.

Harpagus, a Median prince, i. 80, 108~-
Gauanes, brother of Perdiccas, viii. 137. 116, 118, 119, 120, 162-176.
Gebeleizis, god of the Getæ, iv. 94. Harpagus, a Persian general, vi. 28, 30.
Gela, a city of Sicily, vi. 23; vii. 153, 154, Hebe, ix. 98.
156.

Hebrus, a river of Thrace, iv. 90; vii. 59.
Geleon, son of Ion, v. 66.

Hecatæus, a Greek historian, ii. 143 ; v.
Gelon, tyrant of Syracuse, vii. 145-162. 36, 125; vi. 187.
Gelonus, son of Hercules, iv. 10.

Hector, son of Priam, iii. 120.
Gelonus, a wooden city in Scythia, iv. 108, Hegesander, father of Hecatæus, v. 125;
123.

vi. 187.
Gephyræans, a family at Athens, v. 57, 62. Hegesicles, king of Sparta, i. 65.
Gerästus, town of Eubea, viii. 7; ix. | Hegesipyla, daughter of Olorus, vi. 39.
105.

Hegesistratus, tyrant of Sigeum, v. 94.
Gergis, a Persian general, vii. 82.

Hegesistratus, an Elian diviner, iv. 87.
Gergithæ, Teucrians, v. 122; vii. 43. Hegesistratus, a Samian, ix. 90.
Germanians, a Persian tribe, i. 125. Hegetorides of Coos, ix. 76.
Gerrhus, a region and river of Scythia, iv. Hegias, brother of Tisamenus, ix. 53.
19, 47, 53, 71.

Helen, wife of Menelaus, ii. 112, 113; v.
Geryon, a monster, iv. 8.

94; vi. 61; ix. 73.
Getæ, a people of Thrace, iv. 93–96. Helice, a city of Achaia, i. 145.
Gigonus, a town of Crossæa, vii. 123. Heliconian Neptune, i, 148.
Giligammæ, a people of Libya, iv. 169. Heliopolis, a city of Egypt, ii. 0, 7–9, 59,
Gillus, an exile of Tarentum, iii. 138. 60.
Gindanes, a people of Libya, iv. 176. Helisycians, a people of Gaul, vii. 165.
Glaucon, father of Leager, ix. 75.

Helle, daughter of Athamas, vii. 58.
Glaucus, a Chian artist, i, 25.

Hellen, father of Dorus, i. 56.
Glaucus, a Spartan, vi. 86.

Hellespont, iv. 58, 85, 95; v. 11; vi. 33;
Glaucus, son of Hippolochus, i. 147.

vii. 53-06, 54, 137.
Glisas, a town near the Thermodon, ix. Hellopian district in Eubea, viii. 23.
43.

Helots of Sparta, vi, 58, 75, 80, 81; ix, 10,
Gnurus, a Scythian, iv. 76.

11, 28, 80.
Gobryas, father of Mardonius, üi. 70, 78; Hephæstia, a town of Lemnos, vi. 140.
iv. 132, 134; vi. 43; vii. 5, 82.

Heraclea, a city of Sicily, iv. 93.
Gonnus, a city of Thessaly, vii. 128, 173. Heraclidæ, kings of Sardis, i. 7, 10, 91.
Gordius, father of Midas, i. 14; viii. 138. Heraclidæ, of Sicily, v. 43.
Gordius, son of Midas, i. 35.

Heraclidæ, return to Peloponnesus, ix. 26.
Gorgo, daughter of Cleomenes, v. 48, 51; Heraclides, son of Ibanolis, v. 121.
vii. 239.

Heraclides, father of Aristodicus, i. 158.
Gorgus, king of Salamis, in Cyprus, v. Heraclides, father of Aristagoras, v. 67.
104, 115.

Heræum, a city of Thrace, iv. 90.
Gorgus, a Persian General, vii. 98. Hercules, ii. 42—45, 83, 113, 145; iv. &
Greeks, passim.

10, 59, 82; vi. 108, 116; vii. 179, 198,
Grinus, king of Thera, iv: 150.

199, 204; viii. 131.
Grynea, an Æolian city, i. 149.

Hercules, Pillars of, ii. 33; iv. 8, 42, 40,
Gygæa, daughter of Amyntas, v. 21 ; viii. 181, 185.
136.

Hermione, a town of Peloponnesus, iii. 59 ;
Gyges, king of Sardis, i. 8—14, 91.

viii. 43, 73; ix. 28.
Gyges, father of Myrsus, iii. 122; v. 121. Hermippus, of Atarnea, vi. 4.
Gyndes, a river of Armenia, i. 189, 202; Hermolycus, a valiant Athenian, ix. 105.

Hermophantes, an Asian Greek, v. 99.
Gyzantes, a people of Libya, iv. 194. Hermotimus of Pedasus, viii. 104—106.

Hermotybies, Egyptian warriors, ii. 164
Hæmus, Mount, iv. 49.

168; vii. 89; ix. 42.
Haliacmon, a river of Macedonia, vii. 127. Hermus, a river of Asia Minor, i. 55, 80;
Halicarnassus, a city of Asia Minor, i. 144;

v. 101.
ii. 178; viii. 104.

Herodotus, i. 1.
Halys, a river of Asia Minor, i. 6, 72, 75; Herodotus, an Ionian, viii. 182.
v. 52; vii. 26.

Herophantus of Parium, iv. 138.
Hanno, father of Amilcar, vii. 165. Herpys, a Theban, ix. 38.
Harmamithres, a Persian general, vii. 88. Hesiod, the poet, ii. 53; iv. 32.
Harmatides, father of Dithyrambus, viii. Hiero, brother of Gelon, vii. 156.
227.

Hieronymus, an Andrian, ix. 33.

V. 52.

Himera, a city of Sicily, vi. 24; vii. 165. Hysiæ, a town of Boeotia, v. 74; vi. 108;
Hipparchus, son of Pisistratus, v. 55, 56; ix. 25, 85.
vi. 123; vii. 6.

Hystanes, father of Badres, vii. 77.
Hippias, son of Pisistratus, i. 61; v. 55, Hystaspes, father of Darius, i. 209; iii.
91, 93, 96; vi. 107.

70; v. 83; vii. 224.
Hippoclides, an Athenian, vi. 127, 128, 130. Hystaspes, son of Darius, vii. 64.
Hippoclus of Lampsacus, iv. 138.
Hippocoon, father of Scæus, v. 60.

Iacchus the mystic, viii, 65.
Hippocrates, father of Pisistratus, i. 59 ; v. Iadmon, master of Æsop, ii. 184.
65.

Ialyssus, a Doric city, i. 144.
Hippocrates, tyrant of Gela, vi. 23; vii. Iamidiæ, diviners of Elis, V. 44; viii. 134;
154, 155.

ix. 33.
Hippocrates, son of Megacles, vi. 131. Iapygia, or Apulia, ii. 158; iy. 99.
Hippocrates, father of Smyndyrides, vi. lapyges, Messapian, vii. 170.
127.

Iardanus, i. 7.
Hippocratides, son of Leotychides, viii. 151. Iatragoras, an Ionian, v. 37.
Hippolaus, promontory in the Euxine, iv. Ibanoles, father of Oliatus, v. 37, 122.
53.

Iberia, i, 166; vii. 165.
Hippolochus, father of Glaucus, i. 147. Icarian sea, vi. 95.
Hippomachus, a diviner, ix. 38.

Ichnæ, a city of Bottiæis, vii. 125.
Hipponicus, father of Callias, vii. 151. Ichthyophagi, iii. 19, 20, 23.
Hipponicus, son of Callias, vi. 121. Ida, Mount, i. 151; vii. 42.
Histiæotis, a region of Eubea, vii. 175; Idanthyrsus, king of Scythia, iv. 76, 120,
viii, 23.

127.
Histiæotis, a region of Thessaly, i. 56. Idrias, a region of Caria, v. 118.
Histiæus, tyrant of Miletus, iv. 187, 188, Ienysus, a town of Arabia, iii. 5.

141; v. 11, 23, 24, 30, 35, 105-107; vi. Ilias, Troas, v. 122.
1–5, 26–30.

Ilissus, a river of Attica, vii. 189.
Histiæus, father of Phylacus, viii. 85. Ilium, a city of Troas, i. 5; ii. 10, 118; v.
Histiæus, tyrant of Termera, v. 87; vii. 98. 94; vii. 41.
Homer, ii. 23, 53, 116, 117; iv. 29, 32; v. Illyrians, i. 196 ; iv. 49; ix. 43.
67; vii. 161.

Imbros, an island of the Ægæan sea, v.
Hoples, son of Ion, v. 66.

26; vi. 41.
Hyampeus, summit of Parnassus, viii. 89. Inarus, a Libyan king, iii. 12, 15; vii. 7.
Hyampolis, a city of Thessaly, viii. 28, 33. India, its rare productions, iii. 98, 106; iv.
Hyatæ, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68.

40.
Hybla, a city of Sicily, vii. 155.

Indians, iii. 94, 97, 98, 100-106 ; iv. 44;
Hydarnes, a Persian, iii. 70; vi. 193; vii. v. 3; vii. 187.
155.

Indus, the river, iii. 98; iv. 44.
Hydarnes, son of Hydarnes, leader of the Ino, wife of Athamas, vii. 197.
Immortals, vii. 83, 211.

Intaphernes, a Persian prince, iii. 70, 78,
Hydarnes, father of Sisamnes, vii. 65.

118, 119.
Hydrea, an island off Peloponnesus, iii. 59. Inycus, a city of Sicily, vi. 28.
Hyela, a city of Enotria, i. 167.

Io, daughter of Inachus, i. 1. 5; ii. 41.
Hygennians, a people of Asia, iii. 90. Iolcus, a town of Magnesia, v. 94.
Hylæa, a region of Scythia, iv. 9, 18, 54, Ion, ancestor of the Ionians, v. 106; vii.
55, 76.

94; viii. 44.
Hylleans, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68.

Ionia, Ionians, i. 6, 27, 28, 56, 76, 141-
Hyllus, son of Hercules, vi. 52; vii. 204; 148, 169, 170; ii. 4, 16, 153, 154, 163, 178;
viii. 131; ix. 26.

iii. 90; iv. 95, 98, 103, 166 ; v. 28, 65—
Hyllus, a river of Lydia, i. 80.

88, 59, 66, 69, 100—102, 108, 117; vi. 7,
Hymeas, son-in-law of Darius, v. 116, 122. 8, 11, 14, 31, 32, 42, 43; vii. 51, 94, 95;
Hymettus, Mount, vi. 137.

viii. 22, 44, 90, 132; ix. 90–92, 98, 104,
Hypachæans, Cilicians, vii. 91.

106.
Hypacyris, a river of Scythia, iv. 47, 55. Ionian gulf, vi. 127.
Hypanis, á river of Scythia, iv. 17, 18, 47, Iphiclus, father of Protesilaus, ix. 116.
52.

Iphigenia, daughter of Agamemnon, iv.
Hyperanthes, son of Darius, vii. 224. 103.
Hyperboreans, iv. 13, 33, 35.

Irasa, a region of Libya, iv. 158.
Hyperoché and Laodice, Hyperborean Is, a city and river of Babylonia, i. 179.
damsels, iv. 33–35.

Isagoras, son of Tisander, v. 66, 69–76.
Hyrcanians, iii. 117; vii. 62.

Ischenous, father of Pytheas, vii. 181; viii.
Hyrgis, a river of Scythia, iv. 57.

92.
Hyria, a city of Italy, vii. 170.

Isis of the Egyptians, ii. 40, 41, 59, 61,
Hyrcades, a Mardian, i. 84.

156; iv. 186.
Hysia, a town of Attica, v. 74.

Ismaris, a lake of Thrace, vii. 109.

Ismenian Apollo, i. 52, 92; v.59; viii. 184. Lebæa, a city of Macedonia, viii. 187.
Issedonians, a people of Northern Asia, i. Lebedus, a city of Lydia, i. 142.
201; iv. 10, 15, 25-27.

Lectus, promontory, ix, 114.
Ister a river of Scythia, ii. 33; iv. 47–50. Leipsydrium, a city above Pæonia, v. 62.
Isthmus of Corinth, viii. 40; ix. 7, 10. Lemnos, an island of the Ægæan sea, iv.
Isthmus, Cnidian, i. 174.

145; v. 26; vi, 138, 140; vüi. 78.
Isthmus of the Chersonese, vi. 36.

Leo, a Trezanian, vii. 180.
Istria, country at the mouth of the Ister, Leobotes, king of Sparta, i. 65; vii. 204.
ii. 33 ; iv, 18.

Leocedes, son of Phidon, vi. 127.
Italy, i. 167; iii. 136 ; iv. 15; v. 43; vi. 127. Leon, king of Sparta, i. 65; vii. 205.
Itanus, a city of Crete, iv. 151.

Leonidas, king of Sparta, v. 41; vii. 204
Ithamatres, a Persian general, vii. 67. 206, 219–228, 238; viii. 114.
Ithamitres, a Persian admiral, viii. 130; Leontiades, a Theban general, vii. 205, 250,
ix. 102.

Leontinians, a people of Sicily, vii. 164.
Jason, the Argonaut, iv. 179; vii. 193. Leoprepes, father of Theasides, vi. 85.
Juno, i. 31; ii. 50; vi. 81, 82, 182; ix. 52, 61. Leoprepes, father of Simonides, vii. 228.
Jupiter, Belus, i. 181, 183 ; iii. 158. Leotychides, king of Sparta, vi. 65–67,
Jupiter, Dodonæan, ii. 54, 55.

71–73, 85; vii. 86; viii. 181; ix, 90-
Jupiter, Egyptian, i. 182; ii, 32, 42, 54, 56,

92, 98.
83; iv. 181.

Leotychides, son of Anaxilaus, viii. 131.
Jupiter, Ethiopian, ii. 29 ; iii. 25; iv. 5. Lepreum, a city of the Minyans, iv. 148;
Jupiter, Grecian, i. 171 ; ii. 7; iii. 142; v. ix. 28.
66, 119; vi. 56, 58; ix. 7, 81.

Leros, an island near Miletus, v, 125.
Jupiter, Persian, i. 181 ; vii. 40; viii. 115. Lesbos, an island of the Ægæan sea, i.
Jupiter, Scythian, iv. 59.

151, 160; iii. 89; iv. 61; vi. 31.
Iyrces, a Scythian people, iv. 22.

Leucadians, islanders of the Ionian sea,

viii. 45, 47; ix. 28.
Labda, daughter of Amphion, v. 92. Leuce-acté, a coast of Thrace, vii, 25.
Labdacus, father of Laïus, v. 59.

Leucon, a city of Libya, iv. 160.
Labranda, a city of Caria, v. 119.

Libya, Libyans, ii. 15-17, 32, 33, 50, 158;
Labynetus, king of Babylon, i. 74, 77. iii. 13, 91, 96; iv. 42, 45, 150, 155, 159,
Labynetus, king of Assyria, i. 188.

168, 172, 180, 181, 186—191, 196-198;
Lacedæmon, Lacedæmonians, i. 56, 65, 70, vii. 71, 86, 165, 184.

82, 83, 141, 152; ii. 39, 46, 47, 5456; Liches, a Spartan, i. 67.
iv. 145, 149, 161; v. 15, 29, 39, 42, 62, Lida, Mount, i. 174.
63, 68, 91, 92; vi. 48, 52, 56~-65, 84, 85, Ligures, a people of Gaul, v. 9; vii. 165.
105, 106, 108, 120, 129; vii. 133, 137, 138, Ligyes, a people of Asia, vii, 72.
149, 153—156, 202—212, 223-226, 231, Limeneum, a place in the Milesian terri-
234, 239 ; viji. 1-3, 114, 124, 142; ix. tory, i. 118.
6–11, 19, 28, 33, 35, 54, 62, 64, 70, 71, Lindus, a Doric city, i. 144; ii. 182; iii.
73, 81, 85, 102, 106, 124.

47; vii. 153.
Lacmon, Mount, ix. 92.

Lipaxus, a city of Crossæa, vii. 123.
Lacrines, a Spartan, i. 152.

Lipoxais, son of Targitaus, iv. 5, 6.
Lada, an island near Miletus, vi. 7. Lipsydrium, seé Leipsydrium.
Ladice, wife of Amasis, ii. 181.

Lisæ, a city of Crossæa, vii. 123.
Lasus, iv. 149; v. 43, 59.

Lissus, a river of Thrace, vii. 108.
Lampito, daughter of Leotychides, vi. 71. Locrians, vij. 132.
Lampon, an Æginetan, ix. 78.

Locrians, Epizephyrian, vi. 28.
Lampon, son of Thrasycles, ix. 90. Locrians, Opuntian, vii. 182, 203; viii. 1.
Lampon, father of Olympiodorus, ix. 21. Locrians, Ozolæ, viii. 22.
Lamponium, a city of Troas, v. 26. Lotophagi, iv. 177.
Lampsacus, a city of the Hellespont, v. 17; Lucina, iv. 95.
vi. 37, 38.

Lycæan Jupiter, iv. 203.
Laodamas, son of Eteocles, v. 61.

Lycaretus, brother of Mæandrius, iii. 143;
Laodamas, a Phocæan, iv. 188.
Laodice and Hyperoché, iv. 33.

Lycia, Lycians, i. 28, 175, 176; iii. 90; vii.
Laphanes, son of Euphorion, vi. 127. 77, 92.
Laphystian Jupiter, vii. 197.

Lycidas, an Athenian senator, ix. 5.
Lasonians, a people of Asia, iii. 90; vii. 77. Lycomedes, a valiant Athenian, viii. 11.
Lasus of Hermione, vii. 6.

Lycopas, a valiant Spartan, iii. 55.
Latona, oracle of, ii. 155, 156.

Lycophron, son of Leriander, iii. 50–58.
Laurian mines, vii. 144.

Lycurgus, the Spartan legislator, i. 56, 66.
Laus, a city of the Sybarites, vi. 21. Lycurgus, an Athenian, i. 59.
Leager, son of Glaucon, ix. 75.

Lycurgus, an Arcadian, vi, 127.
Learchus, brother of Arcesilaus, iv. 160. Lycus, a river of Phrygia, vii. 50.
Lebadia, a town of Bæotia, viii. 134. Lycus, a river of Scythia, iv. 123.

V. 27.

.

Lycus, a Scythian, iv, 76.

Marea, a city of Egypt, ii. 18, 30.
Lycus, son of Pandion, i. 173; vii. 92. Mares, or Marsians, iii. 94; vii. 79.
Lydia, Lydians, i. 7, 35, 54, 74, 76, 79, 80, Mariandynians, a people of Asia Minor, i.

93, 94, 103, 154-157, 171; iii. 90; v. 49, 28; iii. 90; vii. 72.
101; vii. 74.

Maris, a river of Scythia, iv. 49.
Lydias, a river of Macedonia, vii. 127. Maron and Alpheus, vii. 227.
Lydus, son of Atys, i. 7, 171; vii. 74. Maronea, a city of Thrace, vii. 109.
Lygdamis, father of Artemisia, vii. 99. Mars, the Egyptian, ii. 63, 83.
Lygdamis, a Naxian, i. 61, 64.

Mars, the Scythian, iv. 59, 62.
Lynceus and Danaus, ii. 91.

Marsyas, a river of Phrygia, v. 119.
Lysagoras, a Parian, vi. 133.

Marsyas, Silenus, vii. 26.
Lysagoras, father of Histiæus, v. 30. Mascames, a Persian governor, vii. 105,
Lysanias, an Eretrian, vi. 127.

106.
Lysimachus, father of Aristides, viii. 75, 95. Masistes, son of Darius, vii. 82; ix. 107,
Lysistratus, an Athenian diviner, viii. 96.

118.

Masistius, see Macistius.
Maces, a people of Libya, iv. 172, 175; v. Masistius, son of Siromitres, vii. 79.
42.

Maspians, a Persian tribe, i. 125.
Macednic race, i. 56; viii. 43.

Massages, a Persian general, vii. 71.
Macedonia, Macedonians, v. 22; vi. 44; Massagetæ, a people of Northern Asia, i.
vii, 126, 127; viii. 187 ; ix. 30.

201, 205, 212, 214_216; iv. 11, 172.
Machlyes, a people of Libya, iv. 178. Matianian mountains, i. 189, 202.
Macistius, or Masistius, a Persian general, Matienians, i, 72 ; iii. 94; v. 49, 52; vii, 72.
ix. 20–24.

Mausolus, v. 118.
Macistus, a city of the Minyans, iv. 148. Maxyes of Libya, iv. 191.
Macrobian Æthiopians, see Æthiopians. Mazares, a Mede, i. 156, 161.
Maerones, a people beyond the Thermo- Mecistes, brother of Adrastus, v. 67.
don, ii. 104; iii. 94; vii. 78.

Mecyberna, a city of Thrace, vii. 122.
Mactorium, a town of Sicily, vii. 153. Medea, daughter of the king of Colchis, i.
Madyes, a Scythian, i. 103.

2; vii. 62.
Madytus, a city of the Chersonese, vii. 33; Medes, i. 95-101; iv. 37, 40; vii. 62, 67,
ix. 120.

86, 210; ix. 73, 74, 77, 102-104, 106,
Mæander, a river of Caria, i. 18; ii, 29; 130.
iii. 122; v. 118; vii. 26.

Media, i. 72, 110, 152, 155; iii. 82, 92; vi.
Mæandrius, a Samian, iii. 123, 142–148; 112; vii. 116.
v. 27.

Magabates, a Persian general, v.32; vii. 97.
Mæonians, Lydian, i. 7; vii. 74.

Megabazus, son of Megabates, vii. 97.
Mæonians, Cabalian, vii. 77.

Megabyzus (also called Megabazus), a
Mæotis, Palus, i. 104; iv. 3, 5, 57, 86, 99, Persian general, iii. 70, 81; iv. 143, 144;
101.

v. 1, 14, 23.
Magdolus, a city of Syria, ii. 159.

Magabyzus, son of Zopyrus, ii. 160; vii. 82.
Magi, a Median tribe, i. 101.

Magacles, an Athenian, i. 59, 61–64; vi.
Magnesia of Asia Minor, i. 161; iii. 122. 125.
Magnesia of Macedonia, vii. 176, 183, 198. Megacles, son of Alcmæon, vi. 127–180.
Magnetes of Europe, vii. 132.

Megacles, son of Hippocrates, vi. 131.
Magnetes of Asia, iii. 90.

Megacreon of Abdera, vii, 120.
Malean promontory, i. 82; iv. 179; vii. 168. Megadostes, father of Mascames, vii. 105.
Malena, a city of Atarnea, vi. 29.

Magapanus, governor of Babylon, vii, 62.
Males, brother of Titormus, vi. 127. Megara, Megarians, i. 59; ix. 14, 21.
Maliac territory and gulf, iv. 33; vii. 132, Megara, Megarians of Sicily, vii. 156.
196, 198; viii. 81.

Megasidras, father of Dotus, vii. 72.
Mandane, daughter of Astyages, i. 107. Megistias, diviner to the Spartans at Ther-
Mandrocles, a Samian architect, iv. 87, 88. mopylæ, vii. 219, 221, 228.
Manes, king of Lydia, i. 94; iv. 45. Melampus, a seer, ii. 49; vii. 221; ix. 34.
Mantineans, iv. 161; vii. 202; ix. 77. Melampygus, a rock near the Asopus, vii.
Mantyas and Pigres, v. 12.

216.
Mapen, son of Siromus, vii. 98.

Melanchlænians, a people of Northern
Maraphians, a tribe of Persians, i. 125; Asia, iv. 20, 100, 102, 107.
iv. 167.

Melanippus, a hero, v. 67.
Marathon, i. 62; vi. 106, 107,

Melanippus of Mitylene, v. 95.
Mardians, a Persian tribe, i. 84, 125. Melanthius, an Athenian commander, v.
Mardonius, vi. 43—45, 94; vii. 5-9, 82; 97.

viii. 100—113, 133—156; ix. 1-4, 12— Melanthus, father of Codrus, i. 147; v. 65.
15, 38, 49, 59, 63, 84.

Melas, a river of Thessaly, vii. 198.
Mardontes, a Persian general, vii. 80; viii. Melanic gulf and river, vi. 41; vii. 58.
130; ix. 102.

Meles, king of Sardis, i. 84.

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