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Melibea, a city of Magnesia, vii. 188. Molossians, a people of Epirus, i. 146; vi.
Melians, or Malians, vii. 182.

127.
Melissa, wife of Periander, iii. 50; v. 92. Molpagoras, father of Aristogoras, v. 50.
Membliarus, son of Pæciles, iv. 147. Momemphis, a city of Egypt, ii. 163.
Memnon, city of, vii. 151.

Mophi, a mountain of Upper Egypt, ii. 28.
Memphis, a city of Egypt, ii. 3, 10, 99. Moschians, a people of Asia, üi. 94; vii.
Menares, father of Leotychides, vi. 65, 71; 78.
viii. 181.

Mosynceci, a people of Asia, iii. 94; vii.
Menda, a city of Pallene, vii. 123.

78.
Mendes, Egyptian Pan, ii. 42, 46.

Munychia, a port of Attica, viii. 76.
Mendesian plain, ii. 42, 46, 166.

Murichides, a Hellespontine, ix. 4.
Mendesian mouth of the Nile, ii. 17. Musæus, a seer, vii. 6; viii. 96; ix. 4.
Menelaus, husband of Helen, ii. 119. Mycale, a promontory opposite Samos, i.
Menes, first king of Egypt, ii. 4, 99.

148; vi. 16; vii. 80; ix. 90; 96, 98, 104,
Menius, brother of Eurydamé, vi. 71.

107.
Merbal, son of Agbal, vii. 98.

Mycenæans, a people of Argolis, vii. 202;
Mercury, ii. 51, 138.

ix. 27, 28.
Mercury, Thracian, v. 7.

Mycerinus, king of Egypt, ii. 129, 132, 134.
Mermnades, kings of Sardis, i. 7, 14. Mycians, a people of Asia, iii. 93; vii. 68.
Meroő, a city of Ethiopia, ii. 29.

Myconos, an island near Delos, vi. 118.
Mesambria, a city of Thrace, iv. 93; vi. Myecphoris, a district in Egypt, ii. 166.
33; vii. 108.

Mygdonia, a district of Macedonia, vii, 123,
Messana, a city of Sicily, vii. 164.

124, 127.
Messapian Japyges, vii. 170.

Mylasa, a Carian town, i. 171; v. 37, 121.
Messenians of Peloponnesus, ix, 35, 64. Mylitta, Assyrian Venus, i. 131, 199.
Metapontines of Italy, iv. 15.

Myndian V. 33.
Methymnæ, a city of Lesbos, i. 151. Myrcinus, a town of Edonia, v. 11, 23, 124,
Metiochus, son of Miltiades, vi. 41. Myriandrian gulf, iv. 38.
Metrodorus, tyrant of Proconnesus, iv. Myrina, a Æolian city, i. 149.
138.

Myrinæans, a people in Lemnos, vi. 140.
Micythus, servant of Anaxilaus, vii. 170. Myrmex, a rock near Sciathus, vii. 183.
Midas, king of Phrygia, i. 14, 85; viii. 158. Myron, father of Aristonymus, vi. 126.
Miletus and Milesians, of Ionia, i. 14, 15, Myrsilus—Candaules, i. 7.

17—22, 142, 143; ii. 33; v. 28–30, 56, Myrsus, father of Candaules, i. 7.
120; vi. 5, 18, 20, 21; ix. 97.

Myrsus, son of Gyges, iii. 122; v. 121.
Milo, a wrestler, iii. 187.

Mys, of Europus, viii. 193—135.
Miltiades, son of Cypselus, vi. 8438. Mysians, a people of Asia Minor, i. 28, 160,
Miltiades, son of Cimon, tyrant of the 171; iii. 90; v. 122; vii. 20, 42, 74.

Chersonese, iv. 137; vi. 33–41, 104, Mytilene, see Mitylene.
109, 132–137, 140.

Myus, a town of Ionia, i. 142; v. 56; vi. 8.
Milyas, a province of Asia, i. 175; iii. 90;
vii. 77.

Naparis, a river of Scythia, iv. 48.
Minerva, Egyptian, ii. 62, 83, 175, 182. Nasamones, a people of Libya, ii. 32; iv.
Minerva, Grecian, i. 19, 22, 62, 92, 160, 172, 182, 190.

175; iii. 59; iv. 180, 188, 189; v. 45, 59, Natho, an island of the Nile, ii. 165.
72, 82, 83, 95; vii. 45, 72; viii. 37, 59, Naucratis, a port of the Delta, ii. 97, 185,
55, 94, 104; ix. 70.

178, 179.
Minerva, Libyan, iv. 189.

Nauplia, a port of Argolis, vi. 76.
Minoa, a colony from Selinus, v. 46. Naustrophus, father of Eupalinus, iii. 60.
Minos, of Cnossus, iii. 122.

Naxos, one of the Cyclades, i. 64; v. 28,
Minos, son of Europa, i. 175; vii. 169— 50; vi. 96; vii. 154; viii. 46.
171.

Neapolis, a town of Pallene, vii. 123.
Minyans, descendants of the Argonauts, i. Neapolis, a city of Egypt, ii. 91.
146; iv. 145_148.

Neco, father of Psammitichus, ii. 152.
Mitra, the Persian Venus, 181.

Neco, king of Egypt, ii. 158, 159; iv. 42.
Mitradates, foster father of Cyrus, i. 110, Neleus, son of Codrus, v. 65; ix. 97.
111.

Neocles, father of Themistocles, vii. 173.
Mitrobates, a Persian prince, iii. 120_127. Neon, a town of Phocis, viii. 52, 53.
Mitylene, capital of Lesbos, i. 27, 160; ii. Neon-Teichos, an Æolian town, i. 149.
78; v. 94,

Neptune, i. 148; ii. 50; iv. 59, 180, 189;
Mnesarchus, father of Pythagoras, iv. 95. vii. 129, 192; viii. 55, 123, 129; ix. 81.
Mnesiphilus, friend of Themistocles, viii. Nereids, vii. 191.

Nestor, father of Pisistratus, v. 65.
Mæris, king of Egypt. ii. 13, 101.

Nestus, a river near Abdera, vii, 109, 126.
Moris, lake of, ii. 4, 69, 148, 149 ; iii. 91. Neurians, a Scythian people, iv, 17, 51,
Molois, a stream of Bæotia, ix. 57.

100, 105.

57.

Nicander, king of Sparta, viii. 181. Onesilus, brother of Gorgus, v. 104-115.
Nicandra, priestess at Dodona, ii. 55. Onetes, son of Phanagoras, vii. 214.
Nicodromus, of Ægina, vi. 88.

Onochonus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 129,
Nicolaus, son of Bulis, vii. 187.

196.
Nile, a river of Egypt, ii, 10–54, 61, 39; Onomacritus, a diviner, vii. 6.
iv. 45, 53; vi. 50.

Onomastus, son of Agæus, vi. 127.
Nineveh, ii. 102, 103, 106, 150, 185, 198; Onuphis, a district of Egypt, ii. 166.
iii. 155.

Ophrynium, a town of Troas, vii. 43.
Ninus, son of Belus, i. 7.

Opis and Argé, iv. 35.
Nipsæan Thracians, i. 59.

Opis, a town at the mouth of the Tigris, i.
Nisæa, a tewn of Megara, iii. 106; vii. 40. 189.
Nisæan plain, vii. 40.

Opæa, wife of Scylas, iv. 78.
Nisyros, an island near Rhodes, vii. 99. Opuntian Locrians, vii. 203.
Nitetis, daughter of Apries, iii. 1.

Orbelus, Mount, of Pæonia, v. 16.
Nitocris, queen of Babylon, i. 185, 187. Orchomenians, of Bæotia, viii. 34.
Nitocris, queen of Egypt, ii. 100.

Orchomenians, of Arcadia, vii. 202; ix. 28
Noës, a river of Thrace, iv. 49.

Orchomenians, Minyan, i. 146.
Nonacris, a town of Arcadia, vi. 74. Ordessus, a river of Scythia, iv. 48
Nothon, father of Æsehines, vi. 100. Orestes, son of Agamemnon, i. 68, 69; ix.
Notium, an Æolian town, i. 149.

11.
Nudium, a town of the Minyans, ii. 148. Orges, father of Antipater, vii. 118.
Nymphodorus, son of Pytheas, vii. 157. Oricus, a port of Apollonia, ix. 98.
Nysa, a town of Ethiopia, ii. 146; iii. 111. Oricus, son of Ariapithes, iv. 78.

Orithyia, wife of Boreas, vii. 189.
Oarizus, father of Massages, vii. 71. Orneates, a people of Peloponnesus, v. 68;
Oarus, a river of Scythia, iv. 123.

viii. 73.
Oasis, a city of Libya, iii. 26.

Orcetes, governor of Sardis, iii. 120_127.
Ocean, a supposed river, encompassing the Oromedon, father of Syennesis, vii. 98.
earth, ii. 23; iv. 8, 56.

Oropus, a port of Baotia, vi. 100.
Octamasades, brother of Scylas, iv. 80. Orsiphantus, a Spartan, vii. 227.
Ocytus, father of Adimantus, viii. 5, 59. Orthocorybantians, a people of Media, iii.
Odomantians, a people of Thrace, v. 16; 92,
vii. 112.

Orus, son of Osiris, ii. 144.
Odrysæans, a people of Thrace, iv. 92; Osiris, Egyptian Bacchus, see Bacchus.
Ea, a place in Ægina, v. 80, 83.

Ossa, Mount, of Thessaly, i. 56; vii. 128,
Ebares, groom of Darius, iii. 85.

129.
Ebares, son of Megabazus, vi. 33. Otanes, a Persian prince, iï. 67-72, 76,
Edipus, son of Laïus, iv. 149; v. 60.

83, 141, 144, 147, 149.
Enoë, a town of Attica, v. 74.

Otanes, son of Sisamnes, v. 25, 26, 116, 128.
none, ancient name of Ægina, viii. 46. Otanes, father of Amestris, vii. 61.
Enotria, a district of Italy, i. 167.

Otanes, father of Pitaramphes, vii. 40.
Enyssæ, islands off Messenia, i. 165. Otaspes, son of Artachæus, vii. 63.
Eobazus, a Persian, iv. 84.

Othryades, a Spartan, i. 82.
Eobazus, a Persian slain by the Thra- | Othrys, Mount, of Thessaly, vii. 129.
cians, ix. 115, 119.

Ozolæ, Locrians, viii. 32.
Eobazus, father of Siromitres, vii. 68.
Oëroë, daughter of Asopus, ix. 51.

Pactolus, a river of Lydia, v. 101.
Eta, Mount, vii. 176, 217.

Pactya, a town of the Chersonese, vi. 26.
Etosyrus, Scythian Apollo, iv. 59. Pactyas, a Lydian, ii. 153–160.
Eolycus, i. 149.

Pactyica, a country of Asia, iii. 93, 102;
Olen, a poet, iv. 35.

iv. 44; vii. 67, 85.
Olenus, a town of Achaia, i. 145.

Padæan Indians, iii. 99.
Oliatus, tyrant of Mylasa, v. 57.

Pæanians, a tribe at Athens, i. 60.
Olophyxus, a town of Mount Athos, vii. 22. Pæonia, Pæonians, iv. 53, 49; v. 1, 12–
Olorus, king of Thrace, vi. 89, 41.

15, 98; vii. 124, 185.
Olympia, Olympic games, ii. 7, 160; v. 22, Pæoples, a people of Thrace, v. 15; vii.

47, 71; vi. 70, 103, 125; vii. 206; viii. 113.
26, 134; ix. 84, 81.

Pæsus, a town of the Hellespont, v. 117.
Olympiodorus, son of Lampon, ix, 21. Pætians, a people of Thrace, vii. 110.
Olympus, Mount, of Mysia, i. 36, 48; vii. Pæum, a town of Arcadia, vi. 127.
74.

Pagasa, a town of Magnesia, vii. 193, 198.
Olympus, Mount, of Thessaly, i. 56; vii. Paleans of Cephallenia, ix. 28.
128, 129, 172.

Palestine, i. 104, 105; ii. 106; iii. 5; vii.
Olynthus, a town of Sithonia, vii. 122;

69, 89.
viii. 127.

Pallene, a peninsula of Macedonia, vii.
Oneatæ, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68.

123; viii. 126.

Pamisus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 129. Pedasus, a town of Caria, i. 175; v. 121;
Pammon, a Scyrian, vii. 183.

vi. 20; viii. 104.
Pamphylians, a people of Asia Minor, i. Pedieæ, a town of Phocis, viii. 5.
28; iii. 90; vii. 91.

Pelasgians, i. 56, 57, 146; ii. 51; iv. 145;
Pamphylians of Sicyon, v. 68.

v. 26; vi. 187 ; vii. 94; viii. 44.
Pan, ii. 46, 145, 146; vi. 105, 106.

Peleus, king of Thessaly, vii. 191.
Panætius, son of Sosimenes, viii. 82. Pelion, Mount, of Thessaly, iv. 179 ; vii.
Panathenæa (festival), v. 56.

129.
Pandion, father of Lycus, i. 173; vii. 92. Pella, a town of Bottiæa, vii. 123.
Pangæus Mount, of Pæonia, v. 16; vii. Pellena, a district of Peloponnesus, i. 145.
112.

Peloponnesus, i. 56, 68; vii. 187, 283; viii.
Panionia (festival), i. 148.

31, 70; ix. 73.
Panionium, place of meeting of the states Pelops, a Phrygian, vii. 8, 11.

general of Ionia, i. 145, 147, 148; vi. 7. Pelusian mouth of the Nile, ii. 17, 154;
Panionius, a Chian, viii. 103-106.

iii. 10.
Panites, a Messenian, vi. 52.

Penelope, mother of Pan, ii. 145.
Panopians of Phocis, viii. 34, 35.

Peneus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 20, 128,
Panormus, a Milesian port, i. 157.

129, 173, 182.
Pantagnotus, brother of Polycrates, iii. 59. Pentapolis, a Dorian district, i. 144.
Pantaleon, brother of Crosus, i. 92. Penthylus, general of the Paphians, vii.
Pantareus, father of Cleander, vii. 154. 195
Panthialeans, a tribe of Persians, i. 125. Percalos, wife of Demaratus, vi. 65.
Panticapes, a river of Scythia, iv. 18, 47, Percote, a town of the Hellespont, v. 117.
54.

Perdiccas, ancestor of Amyntas, v. 22;
Pantimathians, a people of Asia, iii. 92. viii. 137-139.
Pantites, a Spartan, vii. 232.

Pergamus, citadel of Troy, vii. 43.
Papæus, Scythian Jupiter, iv. 59.

Pergamus, a fort in Thrace, vii. 112.
Paphlagonians, a people of Asia Minor, i. Perialla, Pythoness, vi. 66.
6, 28, 72; iii. 90; vii. 72.

Periander, tyrant of Corinth, i. 20, 23;
Papremis, a city of Egypt, ii. 59, 63, 71, ži. 48, 50, 53; v. 92, (6.).
165; iii. 12.

Pericles, his parentage, vi. 131.
Paræbates, a Spartan, v. 46.

Perilaus, general of the Sicyonians, ix.
Paralates, Scythians, iv. 6.

103.
Parapotamii, a town of Phocis, viii. 53. Perinthus, a town of the Chersonese, iv.
Paretacenians, Medes, i. 101.

90; v. 1, 2; vi, 33; vii. 25.
Paricanians, a people of Asia, iii. 94; vii. Perpherees, iv. 53.
68, 86.

Perrhæbians, a people of Thessaly, vii.
Parium, a town of the Hellespont, v. 117. 128, 132, 173.
Paris, see Alexander.

Perses, son of Perses, vii. 61, 150.
Parmys, daughter of Smerdis, iii. 88; vii. Perseus, son of Danae, ii. 91; iv. 82; vi.
78.

53, 54; vii, 61, 150.
Parnassus, Mount, of Thessaly, viii, 27, 32. Persians, passim.
Paroreatæ, a people of Peloponnesus, iv. Petra, a town of the Corinthians, v. 92,
148; viii. 73.

(2.).
Paros, one of the Cyclades, v. 28, 31; vi. Phædyma, daughter of Otanes, iii. 68, 69,
133, 135; viii. 67, 112.

88.
Parthenius, a river of Thrace, ii. 104. Phænippus, father of Callias, vi. 121.
Parthenius, Mount, in Peloponnesus, vi. Phagres, a fort of Pieria, vii. 112.
105.

Phalerus, the port of Athens, v. 63, 85; vi.
Parthians, & people of Asia, iii. 93, 117; 116; viii. 66, 91; ix. 32.
vii. 66.

Phanagoras, father of Onetes, vii. 214.
Pasargadæ, a tribe of Persians, i. 125. Phanes, a Halicarnassian, üi. 4, 11.
Pasargades, a Persian commander, iv. 167. Pharandates, son of Theaspes, vii. 79; ix.
Pasicles, father of Philistus, ix. 97.

76.
Pataicus, father of Ænesidemus, vii. 154. Pharbæthis, a district of Egypt, ii. 166.
Patara, a town of Lycia, i. 182.

Pharees, a town of Achaia, i. 145.
Patarbemis, an Egyptian prince, ii. 162. Pharnaces, father of Artabazus, vii. 66; ix.
Patiramphes, charioteer to Xerxes, vii. 40. 41.
Patizithes, a magus, iii. 61-78.

Pharnaspes, father of Cassandane, ii. 1;
Patræ, a town of Achaia, i. 145.

iii. 2.
Patumos, a town of Arabia, ii. 158.

Pharnazathres, a Persian general, vii. 65.
Pausanias, son of Cleombrotus, iv. 81; v. Pharnuches, general of cavalry, vii. 88.

32; vii. 204; viii. 3; ix. 10, 21, 46, 50, Phaselis, a Doric town, ii. 178.
53-57, 60–64, 78-82, 88.

Phasis, a river of Colchis, i. 2, 104; ii. 103;
Pausicæ, a people of Asia, iii. 92.

iv. 37, 38, 45, 86; vi. 84.
Pausiris, son of Amyrtæus, iii. 15.

Phaylus of Crotona, viii. 47.

Phegeus, father of Aëropus, ix. 26. Pisistratus, son of Nestor, v. 65.
Pheneus, a town of Arcadia, vi. 74. Pisistratus, son of Hippocrates, i. 59-64;
Pherendates, son of Megabazus, vii. 67. v. 65; vi. 05, 103.
Pheretima, wife of Arcesilaus, iv. 162, 202, Pistyrus, a town of Thrace, vii. 109.
205.

Pitana, an Æolian town, i. 149.
Pheron, king of Egypt, ii. 11.

Pitane, a town of Laconia, iii. 55; ix. 53.
Phidippides, a courier, vi. 105.

Pittacus of Mitylene, i. 27.
Phidon, tyrant of Argos, vi. 127.

Pixddarus, son of Mausolus, v. 128.
Phigalia, a district of Arcadia, vi. 83. Placia, a Pelasgian town of the Hellespont,
Philæus, son of Ajax, vi. 85.

i. 57.
Philager, son of Cyneas, vi. 101.

Platæa, Platæans, vi. 108; viii. 1, 44, 50;
Philaon, son of Chersis, viii. 11.

ix. 25, 28, 29, 51, 53-85.
Philes, father of Rhæcus, iii. 60.

Platea, an island off the coast of Libya,
Philip of Crotona, v. 47.

iv. 151, 153, 156, 169.
Philip, king of Macedonia, viii. 169. Pleistarchus, son of Leonidas, ix, 10.
Philistus, son of Pasicles, ix. 97.

Pleistorus, divinity of the Absinthians, ix,
Philition, an Egyptian shepherd, ii. 128. 119.
Philocyon, a Spartan, ix. 72, 85.

Plinthine, gulf of, ii. 6.
Philocyprus, tyrant of Soli, v. 118. Plynus, a lake of Libya, iv. 168.
Phla, an island of the lake Tritonis, iv. Pociles, father of Membliares, iv. 147.
178.

Pogon, a port of the Træzenians, viii. 42.
Phlegra, ancient name of Pallene, vii. 123. Poliades, father of Amompharetus, ix. 53.
Phlius, a town of Peloponnesus, ix. 28. Polichnitæ, Cretans, vii. 170.
Phocæa, an Ionian city of Lydia, i. So, Pollux, see Tyndarides.

142, 152, 163—167; ii. 106, 177, 178; vi. Polyas of Anticyra, viii. 21.
8, 11-17.

Polybus, ancestor of Adrastus, v. 67.
Phocis, Phocians, i. 146; vii. 176, 212, 215, Polycrates, tyrant of Samos, iii. 39–44,
217; viii. 27, 30, 32; ix. 17, 31.

54—56, 121, 122, 125.
Phæbeum, temple of, vi. 61.

Polycritus of Ægina, viii. 92, 93.
Phænicia, ii. 44, 116; iji. 156; iv. 59. Polydectes, king of Sparta, viii. 191.
Phænicians, i. 1, 105; ii. 44, 104, 112; iii. Polydorus, son of Alcamenes, vii. 204.

6, 19, 107, 110, 118, 115; iv. 42; v. 58, Polydorus, grandfather of Laïus, v. 59.

89; vi. 47; vii. 28, 34, 44, 89; viii. 90. Polymnestus, father of Battus, iv. 150,
Phoenix, a river near Anthela, vii. 176, 155.
200.

Polynices, father of Thersander, vi. 52,
Phormus, an Athenian, vii. 182.

147; ix. 27.
Phraortes, king of the Medes, i. 73, 102. Pontus, see Euxine.
Phrataguna, wife of Darius, vii. 224. Porata, a river of Scythia, iv. 12, 48.
Phriconis, Cyma, i. 149.

Porthmea, Cimmerian, iv. 12, 45.
Phrixæ, a town of the Minyans, iv. 148. Posideum, a town of Cilicia, iii. 91; vii.
Phrixus, father of Cytissorus, vii. 197. 115.
Phronima, daughter of Etearchus, iv. 154. Posidonians, i. 167.
Phrygia, Phrygians, i. 27, 28, 72; ii. 2; Posidonius, a Spartan, ix. 71, 85.
iii. 90; vii. 78.

Potidæa, a city of Pallene, vii. 123; viii.
Phrynichus, an Athenian poet, vi. 21. 126, 129.
Phrynon, father of Attaginus, ix. 15. Præsian Cretans, vii. 170, 171.
Phthiotis, a region of Thessaly, i. 56 ; vii. Prasias, a lake of Thrace, v. 16.
132.

Praxilaus, father of Xenagoras, ix. 107.
Phya, a woman of Attica, i. 60.

Praxinus, a Trezenian captain, vii. 180.
Phylacus and Autonous, viii. 39.

Prexaspes, a Persian prince, iii. 30, 93, 94,
Phylacus, son of Histiæus, viii. 85.

62, 66, 74,
Phyllis, a region near Mount Pangæus, Prexaspes, son of spathines, vii. 97.
vii. 113.

Priam, king of Troy, i. 4; ii. 120; vii. 43.
Pieria, a region of Macedonia, vii. 112, Priene, a town of Caria, i. 15, 142, 161;
181, 185.

vi. 8.
Pigres, son of Seldomus, vii. 98.

Prinetades, son of Demarmenus, v. 41.
Pigres and Mantyes, brothers, v. 12. Procles, son of Aristodemus, vi. 51, 52;
Pilorus, a town of Mount Athos, vii. 122. viii. 181, 147.
Pindar, the poet, iii. 38.

Procles, tyrant of Epidaurus, iii. 50, 52.
Pindus, Mount, of Thessaly, i. 56; vii. Proconnesus, an island of the Propontis,
129.

iv. 13, 14; vi. 33.
Pirene, fountain, near Corinth, v. 92. Prometheus, iv. 45.
Piromis, ii. 143.

Pronæan Minerva, i. 92; iii. 108; viii. 37,
Pirus, a river of Achaia, i. 145.
Pisa, a town of Elis, ii. 7.

Propontis, iv. 85.
Pisistratidæ, v. 63, 65, 90; viii. 52. Proserpine, feast of, vii. 65. See Ceres.

39.

Prosopitis, an island of the Nile, ii. 41, 165. Sandoces, a Persian judge, vii. 194.
Protesilaus, a hero, vii. 33; ix. 116. Sappho, the poetess, ii. 155.
Proteus, king of Egypt, ii. 112, 116. Sarangeans, a people of Asia, iii. 98; vii.
Protothyes, a Scythian, i. 103.

67.
Prytanis, king of Sparta, viii. 191. Sardanapalus, king of Nineveh, ii, 150.
Prytaneum, at Athens, i. 146; vii. 159. Sardinia, i. 170; V. 106, 124; vii. 165.
Prytaneum, of the Achæans, vii. 197. Sardis, i. 7, 15, 84, 86; v. 100, 101, 105.
Psammenitus, king of Egypt, iii. 10–15. Sardonian sea, i. 166.
Psammis, king of Egypt, ii. 160.

Sarpedon and Minos, i. 178.
Psammitichus, king of Egypt, i. 105; ii. 2, Sarpedon, promontory, vii. 58.
152-157.

Sarta, a town of Mount Athos, vii. 122.
Psammitichus, father of Inarus, vii. 7. Saspires, a people of Asia, i. 104; ül. 94;
Psyllians, a Libyan people, iv. 173.

iv. 57; vii. 79.
Psyttalea, an island near Salamis, viii. 76, Sataspes, a Persian, iv. 43.
95.

Satræ, a people of Thrace, vii. 110, 111.
Pteria, a town of Cappadocia, i. 76. Sattagyde, a people of Asia, iii. 91.
Ptous, Apollo, viii. 135.

Saulius, king of Scythia, iv. 76,
Pylæ, see Thermopylæ.

Sauromate, a Scythian people, iv, 21, 40,
Pylagori, vii. 218.

110_117.
Pylians, Cauconian, i. 147; V. 65.

Scæus, a pugilist, v. 60.
Pylus, a town of Laconia, vii. 168.

Scamander, a river of Troas, v. 65; vii. 42.
Pylus, a town of Elis, ix. 34.

Scamandronymus, father of Charaxus, ii.
Pyrene, a town near the Ister, ii. 33.

135.
Pyretos, a river of Scythia, iv. 48.

Scapte-Hyle, a place in Thrace, vi. 46.
Pyrgus, a town of the Minyans, iv. 148. Sciathos, an island near Artemisium, vii.
Pythagoras, ii. 81; iv. 94, 95.

176, 179, 182, 183; viii. 7.
Pythagoras, a Milesian, v. 126.

Scidrus, a town of the Sybarites, vi. 21.
Pythagoras, tyrant of Selinus, v. 46. Sciona, a town of Pallene, vii. 123.
Pytheas, an Æginetan, vii. 181; viii. 92; Sciras, Minerva, viii. 94.
ix. 78.

Scironian road at the Isthmus, viii. 71.
Pythermus, a Phocæan, i. 152.

Sciton, servant of Democedes, iii. 130.
Pythius, a Lydian, vii. 27-29, 88, 39. Scius, a river of Scythia, iv. 49.
Pythogenes, a Scythian, vi. 23.

Scolos, a town of Baotia, ix. 15.

Scolopæïs, a river near Mycale, ix, 97.
Rhampsinitus, king of Egypt, ii. 121, 122. Scoloti, Scythians, iv. 6.
Rhegium, a town of Italy, vii. 170.

Scopades, Thessalians, vi. 127.
Rhenæa, an island near Delos, vi. 97. Scopasis, king of the Scythians, iv. 120,
Rhodes, i. 174; ii, 178; vii. 153.

128.
Rhodope, Mount, of Thrace, iv. 49; viii. Scylace, a Pelasgian town, i. 57.
416.

Scylas, king of the Scythians, iv. 78, 80.
Rhodopis, a courtesan, ii. 134, 135.

Scylax, a voyager, iv. 44.
Rhæcus, an architect, iii. 60.

Scylax, a Mindian captain, v. 33.
Rhætium, a town of Troas, vii. 43.

Scyllias, a diver, viii. 8,
Rhypes, a town of Achaia, i. 145.

Scyrmiadæ, Thracians, iv. 93.

Scythes, son of Hercules, iv. 10.
Sabacon, king of the Æthiopians, ii. 197— Scythes, of Zancla, vi. 23, 24.
139, 152

Scythes, of Coos, vii. 163.
Sabyllus, of Gela, vii. 154.

Scythia, Scythians, i. 15, 37, 73, 103, 105,
Sacæ, a people of Asia, i. 153; iii. 93; vii. 106; iv. 1-12, 17—20, 40, 46—81, 109,
64.

114, 120, 121, 127, 131, 136 ; vi. 84; vii.
Sadyattes, king of Lydia, i. 16, 18.

10, (1.), 20, 64.
Sagartian Persians, i. 125; iii. 93; vii. 8. Sebennys, a district of Egypt, ii. 166.
Sais, a city of Egypt, ii. 28, 29, 62, 163, 165, Sebennytic mouth of the Nile, ii. 17.
169, 170.

Seldomus, father of Pigres, vii. 98.
Saitic mouth of the Nile, ii. 17.

Selinus, a town of Sicily, v. 66.
Sala, a town of Samothracia, vii. 59. Selybria, a town of the Chersonese, vi. 03.
Salamis, vii. 166; viii. 40, 56, 83_-96. Semiramis, queen of Babylon, i. 184.
Salamis, a city of Cyprus, iv, 162; v. 104. Sennacherib, king of Assyria, ii. 141.
Salmydessus, a town of Thrace, iv. 93. Sepia, a town of Argolis, vi. 77.
Samos, Samians, i. 70, 142; ii. 148; iii. 26, Sepias, a shore of Magnesia, vii. 183, 186,

39, 46, 47, 54, 60, 139–149; iv, 152, 162; 188, 191, 195.
vi. 14, 22; ix. 90, 99,

Serbonis, a lake of Egypt, ii. 6; iii. 5.
Samothracians, ii. 51; vi. 47; vii. 108; Seriphos, an island of the Ægean sea, viii.
viii. 90.

44, 48.
Sana, a town of Mount Athos, vii. 22, 123. Sermyla, a Greek town of Sithonia, vii.
Sandanis, a Lydian, i. 71,

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