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Asanius, father or Grinus, iv. 150. | Aleium, a plain of Cilicia. vi. 95.
Æschines, son of Nothon, vi, 100.

Aletes, v. 92. (2.).
Æschreas, father of Lycomedes, viii. 11. Aleuadæ, Thessalian chiefs, v
Æschrionians, a tribe in Samos, iii. 26. 172; ix. 58.
Æschylus, the poet, ii. 156.

Alexander, king of Macedonia, v. 19, 20,
Æsop, the fabulist, ii. 184.

22; vii. 187, 173; viii. 121, 136, 139, 140;
Æthiopia, ii. 22, 29, 100, 110; iii. 114. ix. 44, 45.
Æthiopians, ii. 29, 30, 32, 104 ; iii. 17-25, Alexander, son of Priam, i. ; ii. 113–117.

94, 97; iv, 153, 197; vii. 69, 70, 79. Alilat, Arabian Urania, iii. 8.
Aetion, son of Echecrates, v. 92, (2.). Alitta, the Venus of the Arabians, ii. 181.
Ætolia, vi. 127.

Alopecæ, a village in Attica, v. 63.
Africa, ii. 26, 32; iv. 17, 41, 42, 44. See Alpeni, a town near Thermopylæ, vii. 176,
Libya.

229.
Agaus, an Elian, father of Onomastus, vi. Alpheus, and Maron, vii. 227.
127.

Alpis, a river falling into the Ister, iv. 49.
Agamemnon, i, 67; vii. 159.

Alus, a city of Thessaly, vii. 178, 197.
Agarista, daughter of Clisthenes, vi. 126, Alyattes, king of Sardis, i. 16–22,
127, 130, 181.

74, 91, 92.
Agarista, mother of Pericles, vi. 181. Amasis, king of Egypt, i. 50, 77, 181; ii.
Agasicles, of Halicarnassus, i. 144.

154, 161-163, 169, 172—176, 178, 181,
Agathyrsi, a Scythian people, iv. 49

182; iii. 1, 10, 16, 39-43, 47.
102, 103, 125.

| Amasis, a Persian general, iv. 167, 201,
Agathyrsus, son of Hercules, iv. 10.

203.
Agbalus, father of Merbalus, vü. 98. Amathus, a city of Cyprus, v. 104-108.
Agbatana, see Ecbatana.

Amathusians, v. 104, 114.
Agenor, father of Cilix, a Phænician, vii. Amazons, in Scythia, iv. 110–117, 193;
91.

ix. 27.
Agesilaus, son of Doryssus, vii. 204. Amestris, wife of Xerxes, vii. 61, 114; ix.
Agesilaus, son of Hippocratides, viii. 131. 108, 111.
Agetus, son of Alcides, vi. 61, 62.

Amiantus, vi. 127.
Agis, father of Menares, vi. 65.

Amilcar, king of Carthage, vii. 165_167.
Agis, king of Sparta, vii. 204.

Aminias, an Athenian captain, viii. 84, 87,
Aglauros, daughter of Cecrops, viii. 53. 93.
Aglomachus, of Cyrene, iv. 164.

Aminocles of Sepias, vii. 190.
Agora, a town of Thrace, vii. 58.

Amitres, or Ithamitres, a Persian general,
Agrianes, v. 16.

viii. 130.
Agrianis, a river of Thrace, iv. 90.

Ammon, a Libyan oracle, i. 46; ii. 52, 55.
Agrigentines, a people of Italy, vii. 170. Ammonians, a Libyan people, ii. 52, 42;
Agron, king of Sardis, i. 7.

iii. 25, 26; iv. 181, 185.
Agyllæans, i. 167.

Amompharetus, a Spartan, ix. 53–57, 71,
Ajax, father of Philæus, vi. 35.

85.
Ajax, son of Telamon, v. 66; viii. 64, 121. Amorges a Persian general, i. 121.
Alabanda, a city of Phrygia, viii. 156. Ampe, a city on the Red Sea, vi. 20.
Alabandians, a people of Caria, vii. 195. Ampelus, a promontory of Torone, vii. 122.
Alalia, a city of Corsica, i. 165.

Amphiaraus, father of Amphilochus, iii.
Alarodians, a people of Pontus, iii. 94; 91.
vii. 79.

Amphiaraus, his oracular temple at Thebes,
Alazir, king of Barca, iv. 164.

i. 46, 49, 52; viii. 184.
Alazones, a Scythian nation, iv. 17, 52. Amphicæ, a city of Phocis, viii. 33.
Alcæus, the poet, v. 95.

Amphicrates, king of Samos, iii. 59.
Alcæus, son of Hercules, i. 7.

Amphictyons, seat and council of, ii. 180;
Alcamenes, son of Telecles, vii. 204.

v. 62; vii. 208, 213, 228.
Alcetes, father of Amyntas, viii. 69. Amphilochus, son of Amphiaraus, üi. 91;
Alcibiades, father of Clinias, viii. 17.

vii. 91.
Alcides, father of Agetus, vi. 61.

Amphilytus, a seer, i, 62.
Alcimachus, father of Euphorbus, vi. 101. Amphimnestus, of Epidamnus, vi. 127.
Alcinor and Chromius, Argives, i. 82. Amphion, of Corinth, v. 92.
Alcmaon, father of Megacles, i. 59.

Amphipolis, v. 126; vii. 114.
Alcmæon, son of Megacles, vi. 125, 127. Amphissa, a city of the Locrians, viii. 32.
Alcmæonidæ, the, i. 61, 64; v. 63, 66, 69— Amphitryon, father of Hercules, ii. 43; v.
78; vi. 121-181.

*59; vi, 53.
Alcmena, mother of Hercules, ii. 43, 145. Ampracia, a city of Epirus, viii. 47; ix.
Alcon, a Molossian, vi. 127.

28, 31.
Aleades, v. Cleades.

Amyntas, son of Alcetas, v. 17–21, 94; vii.
Alea Minerva, a temple of Tegea, i. 66; | 178; viii. 136, 139.
ix. 70.

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Amyrgian Scythians, vii. 64.

| Apidanus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 129, 196.
Amyris, called the sage, vi. 127.

Apis, an Egyptian god, ii. 153; iii. 27.
Amyrtæus, king of Egypt, ii, 140 ; iii. 15, Apollo, the Egyptian Orus, ii. 83, 144, 155,
16.

156; iv. 15, 158; vii. 26. Ismenian, i.
Amytheon, father of Melamphus, ii. 49. 52, 92; v. 59. Ptoan, viii. 185. Scythian,
Anacharsis, a Scythian sage, iv. 46, 76, 77. / iv. 59; Triopian, i. 144.
Anacreon, the poet, iii, 121.

Apollonia on the Euxine, iv. 90.
Anactorians, of Epirus, ix, 28, 65.

Apollonia on the Ionian gulf, ix. 92, 93.
Anaphes, leader of the Cissians, vii. 62. Apollophanes, father of Bisaltes, vi. 26.
Anaphlystus, a village of Attica, iv. 99. Apries, king of Egypt, ii. 161, 169; iv. 159.
Anaua, a city of Phrygia, vii. 30.

Apsinthians, or Absinthians, a people of
Anaxagoras, i, 103 ; ii, 21 ; iii. 108.

Thrace, vi. 34; ix. 119.

Apulia, iii, 108; iv. 99.
Anaxandrides, king of Sparta, i. 67 ; v. | Arabia, ii. 8, 12; iii. 107,112; iv. 39; vii. 69.
39-41; vii. 204, 205. .

Arabians, i. 198 ; iii, 8, 9, 86, 88, 97; vii.
Anaxandrides, son of Theopompus, viii, 131. 69, 86.
Anaxilaus, son of Archidamus, viii. 101. Arabian gulf, ii. 11; iv, 39.
Anaxilaus, tyrant of Rhegium, vi. 28; vii. | Aratus, a river of Scythia, iv. 48.
165.

Araxes, a river of Scythia, i. 126, 202, 205;
Anchimolius, a Spartan, v. 63.

iii. 36; iv. 11, 40.
Andreas, ancester of Clisthenes, vii. 126. Arcadians, i. 66, 146; ii. 171; v. 49; vi.
Andrians, viii. 66, 111.

74; vii. 202 ; viii. 26, 73.
Androbulus, father of Timon, vii. 161. Arcesilaus, son of Battus, iv. 159.
Androcrates, a hero, ix, 25.

Arcesilaus, son of Battus the lame, iv. 162.
Androdamas, father of Theomestor, viii. Archander, son of Achæus, ii.
85; ix, 90.

Archander, a city in Egypt, ii. 97.
Andromeda, wife of Perseus, vii. 61, 150. Archelæans, a tribe of Sicyon, v. 68.
Androphagi, iv. 18, 102, 106, 119, 125. Archelaus, of Sparta, vii. 204.
Androsphinxes, ii. 175,

Archestratidas, a Samian, ix. 90.
Andros, one of the Cyclades, iv. 53 ; v. 31, Archias, a Spartan, iii. 55.
33; viii. 111.

Archias, a Samian, iii. 55.
Aneristus, father of Sperthias, vii, 134, Archidamus, of Sparta, viii. 131.
Aneristus, son of Sperthias, vii. 137.

Archidice, a courtesan, ii. 135.
Angites, a river flowing into the Strymo Archilochus, a Parian poet, i. 12.
vii. 113.

Ardericca, a town of Assyria, i. 185.
Angrus, a river of Illyria, iv. 49.

Ardericca, a town in Cissia, vi. 114.
Anopæa, a mountain path at Thermopylæ, Ardys, king of Sardis, i. 15.
vii. 216.

Areopagus, viii. 52.
Antacæus, a fish, iv. 53.

Argadas, son of Ion, v. 66.
Antagoras, of Coos, father of Hegetorides, Argæus, king of Macedonia, viii. 139.
ix. 76.

Arganthonius, king of Tartessus, i. 163.
Antandrus, a city of Troas, v. 26; vii. 42. Arge and Opis, Hyperborean virgins, iv. 3.
Anthela, a city near Thermopylæ, vii. 176, Argia, wife of Aristodemus, vi. 52.

Argilus, a city of Bisaltia, vii. 115.
Anthemus, a city of Macedonia, v. 94. Argiopius, near the Asopus, ix. 57.
Anthylla, a city of Egypt, ii. 98.

Argippai, a people bordering on Scythia,
*Antichares, an Elian, v. 43.

iv. 23.
Anticyra, a city of Thessaly, vii. 198. Argives, people of Peloponnesus, i. 61, 82;
Antidorus, a Lemnian, viii. 11.

iii. 131; v. 86; vi. 78, 83, 92, 98; vii.
Antiochus, father of Tisamenes, ix. 03.

148152; ix. 27, 35.
Antipater, a Thasian, vii. 118.

Argo, the ship of Jason, iv, 179; vii. 198.
Antiphemus, general of the Lindians, v Argolis, in Peloponnesus, i. 82.
153.

Argonauts, companions of Jason, i. 3; iv.
Anysis, king of Egypt, ii, 137, 140.

145, 179.
Anysis, a city of Egypt, ii. 187, 166. Argos, city of Peloponnesus, i. 1; v. 67;
Anysus, father of Tetramnestus, vii.

vi. 83 ; vii. 150.
Aparytes, a people of Asia, iii, 91,

Argus, a hero, vi. 80.
Apaturian festival, i. 147.

Ariabignes, son of Darius, vii. 97; viii. 89. .
Apheta, a port of Magnesia, vii

Ariantas, a Scythian king, iv. 81.
4, 6.

Ariapithes, a Scythian king, iv. 76, 78.
Aphidnæ, a town of Attica, viii. 125; ix. 73. Ariaramnes, a Persian, viii. 90.
Aphrodisias, an island on the coast of Aridolis, tyrant of Alabanda, vii. 195.
Libya, iv. 169.

Arians, a people of Asia, iii. 93. Ancient
Aphthis, a district in Egypt. ii. 166.

name of the Medes, vii. 62, 66.
Aphytis, a city of Pallene, vii. 128.

Arimaspians, a people of northern Europe,
Apia, a Scythian divinity, iy, 59.

iii. 116; iv. 18.

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Arimnestus, & Platean, ix. 72.

| Artayctes, a Persian general, vii. 33, 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.
194; 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. 138; v. Artembares, a Persian, ix. 122.
37, 38.

Artemisia, queen of Halicarnassus, vii.
Aristagoras, of Cyzicus, iv, 188.

99; viii. 68, 87, 88, 93. 101-103.
Aristagoras, tyrant of Miletus, v.

Artemisium, a port of Euboea, iv. 35: vi.
94, 98, 100, 124, 126; vii. 8.

175, 176, 195; viii, 9-11, 14-17.
Aristagoras, father of Hegesistratus, ix. 90. Artimpasa, Scythian Venus, iv. 59.
Aristeas, a poet of Proconnesus, iv. 13-1 Artiscus, a Scythian river, iv. 92.
Aristeas, a Corinthian, vii. 137.

Artochmes, son-in-law of Darius, vii. 73
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.

150.
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.

Aryandes, 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–

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, iü. 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; ii. 93; v. 49; vii. 73. | Asonides, a captain of Ægina, vii. 181.
Armenius, Mount, i. 72.

| Asopians, a people of Baotia, 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; | 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; viii. | 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.
Artachøes, 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, 707
Artachæus, father of Otaspis, vii. 63. · 107, 108, 123, 127–130, 159.
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. | 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.

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

Athribis, a district in Egypt, ii. 166.

Astia 108, 123, Egypt, ii. iv. 184.

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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.

138.
Atlas, a river of Mount Hæmus, iv. 49.

rs of Bacchus, vii. 211.
Atlas, Mount, iv. 184.

Bias of Priene, i. 27, 170.
Atossa, daughter of Cyrus,

Bias, brother of Melampus, ix. 34.
134; 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. 13.

Bistones, a people of Thrace, vii. 110.
Attic people, i. 56; v. 87; vi. 188.

Bistonis, a lake, vii. 109.
Atys, king of Sardis, i. 7, 94; vii. 2

Bithynia, a province of Asia Minor, i. 28.
Atys, son of Croesus, i. 34–43.

Bithynians, vii. 75.
Auchatæ, a family of Scythians, iv. 6. Biton, and Cleobis, Argives, i. 31.
Augila, a country of Libya, iv. 172, 182. Boebeis, a lake of Thessaly, vii. 129.
Auras, a river of Mount Hæmus, iv. 49. Baotia, ii. 49; y. 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. 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. 30. Boreas, son-in-law of the Athenians, vii.
Autonous, and Phylacus, viii. 99.

189.
Auxesia and Damia, v. 82, 83.

Borysthenes, a river of S
Axius, a river of Macedonia, vii. 128.

47,53—and city, iv. 78.
Axus, a city of Crete, iv. 154.

Borysthenians, iv, 17, 18, 53, 78.
Azanes, a Persian general, vii. 66.

Bosphorus, the Cimmerian, iv. 19
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. 66.
Babylon, i. 1978–185, 192 ; iii. 158, 159. Brauron, a town of Attica, iv. 145; vi. 188.
Babylonia, i. 193.

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, 128, 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;
vi. 79, 108; vii. 111.

Bubares, a Persian, iv. 167 ; v. 21; vii. 22.
Bacchus, temple of, at Byzantium, iv. 87. viii. 186.
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. 187, 156.
43.

Bucolic mouth of the Nile, ii. 17.
Bactra, a city of Assyria, vi. 9; ix. 110. 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. 184—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, Buto, a city of Egypt, ii. 59, 63, 75, 155.
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Bybassia, a peninsula of Caria, i. 174.
Barca, a village of Bactria, iv. 204.

Byzantium, iv. 144 ; v. 26, 103.
Rarcæans, iii. 18, 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; iii. 67.
Battiadæ, iv, 202,

Cadmeans of Peloponnesus, i. 66, 146; v.
Belides, gates of Babylon, iii. 155, 158. 57, 61; ix. 27.

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