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INDEX

ABBREVIATIONS AND OF THE AUTHORS AND EDITIONS
CITED OR REFERRED TO.

See Introduction, p. lvii.

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Bekker, Ed. Plato.
Berossus, В. C. iv. See p. x.
Bentley, Epist. ad Mill, at the end of

the Oxf. ed. of Malala.
Big.—Lectiones Emerici Bigotii.
Blackwood's Magazine, Aug. 1830.
Bochart. Phaleg.
Bougainville, Maps and Papers in

Acad, des Inscrip. Vol. xxvi.
Bruce's Travels.
Brunk, Ed. Aristophanes.
Bryant's Mythology.

Calvisius Chron. 1017.

Capell.

Casaubon, Ed. Strabo.

Cassandrus.

Castor, Rhodius, В. c, i.

Cedrenus, A. D. xi.

Censorinus, A. D. iii. Bonon. Benedict, 1487.

Choeremon, A. D. i.

Choronensis, Moses.

Chron.—Chronicle.

Chrysostomus, A. D. iv.

Cicero, В. C. i.

Clarke, S., Papers between him and
Leibnitz.

Classical Journal.

Clemens, Alex. A. D. ii.

Clitarchus, В. C. iv.

Col.—Ed. Eusebius, Cologne, 1688, by
Vigerius.

Crat.—Cratylus of Plato.

Creuzer.

Critodemus.

Cumberland's Sanchoniátho.

Damascenus, Nicolaus.
Damascius, A. D. vi.

mp äcxwf, De PrincipHs. Kopp,

1826.
In Parmenidem.
In Vitam Isidori.

D'Anville's Atlas.

Dicœarchus, В. C. iv.

Dindorf, Ed. Syncellus.

Diodorus Siculus, B.C. i. Ed. Hanover,
1604.

Diogenes Laertius, A. D. ü. Ed. Steph.
1593.

Dias

Dodwell's Dissertation on Hanno's Peri-
plus.

Ed.—Edition.

El.—MS. Josephus, from Library of

More, Bishop of Ely.
Enoch, Spurious Antediluvian books of,
Epicurus, B.C. v.
Epigenes.

Epimenides, В. C. viii.
Epiphanius, A. D. iv.
Eratosthenes, В. C. ii.
Eu. Ar.—Armenian Ed. Eusebius.
Eudemus.
Euemerus, В. C. iii.
Euler.
Eupolemus.
Eusebius, ob. A. D. 338.

Chronicle Armenian Aucher, 1818.
Chronicle Scaliger, 1658.
Fraeparatio Evangélica, R. Ste-

phanus, 1544.—Vigerius, 1628.

— Cologne Ed. of Vigerius,

1688.
Ezekiel, Tragedy of.

Faber's Pagan Idolatry, 1816.
Fabricius Bibliotheca Graeca.
Falconer, Ed. Hanno's Periplus.
Ficinus, ob. A. D. .1499.

De immortalitate animi.

De vita caelesti comparand.
Fr.—Codex Josephi, Lib. K. of France.
Fr. Patricius Nova Philosophia, 1591.
Gale.

Jamblichus.

Opuscula Mythologica, 1588.
Gallseus, Ed. Sibylline Oracles.
Gesner, Conr. Ed. Hanno's Periplus.
Goar, Ed. Syncellus.
Gronovius, Ed. Plinius.
Grotius.

Hafn.—Codex Hafniensis (Copenha-
gen) of Josephus.

Hamb. MS. Hamburgensis of Da-
mascus.

Hanno's Periplus. See Int. p. xxvii.
Ed. Falconer, 1797.

Hecatseus Milesius, В. C. vii.

Hellanicus, В. С v.

Heraiacus.

Heringa.

Herman.

Hermes, Genesis of.—Ancient Egyptian
Records.

Hermetic Books, Ancient from Jambli-
chus, Modern from Fr. Patricius.

Hermias, A. D. vi.

Herodotus, В. С v. Ed. Oxon. 1817-.

Hesiodus, В. C. ix.

Hiempsal.

Hieronymus.

Hieronymus, A. D. iv. Vers. Euseb.
Chron. Ed. Scaliger, 1658.

Homerus, В. С. x.

Horapollo, A. D. iv.

Hudson, Ed. Josephus, 1720.

Hume.

Hutchinson.

Jablonski Pantheon iEgyptiacum.
Jackson's Chronology.
Jamblichus, ob. A. D, 333, Ed. Gale.
Jones of Nayland, Essay, 1762.
Josephus, A. D. i. Ed. Hudson, 1720.
Isidorus, A. D. vi.
Julianus Chaldseus, A. D. ii.
Julianus Theurgus, A. D. ii.
Julianus Imperator, A. D. iv.

Kant.

Kirsch, Ed. Syriac Chronicle.
Kopp, Ed. Damascius.
Küster, Ed. Suidas.

Lat.—Latin translation.

Leibnitz.

Linus.

Lobeck Aglaophamus, 1829.

Lowth, Bishop. » . i

Lydus, De Mensibus MS. 9 Y, 7

Lysimachus. •

M.—Margin.

Macrobius, A. D. iv. Ed. Bipont, 1788.

Malala, A. D. vii. Ed. Oxon. 1691.

Manetho, B.C. iii.

Marg.—Margin.

Marcellus.

Marcellinus Ammianus, A. D. iv.

Marsham's Chronology.

Megasthenes, В. C. iv.

Menander Ephesius.

Mochus.

Molo Apollonius.

Monacensis (Munich) MS. of Damas-

cius.
Montacutus, Rd.
Moses Choronensis.
MS.—Manuscript.

Newton, Principia.
Nicephotus, A. D. xiv.
Nicolaus Damascenus, В. C. i.

Ocellus Lucanus, В. C. v.
Olympiodorus.

In Phaodon. MS.
Olympius, A. D. vi.
Om.—Omits.
Onomacritus.

Orellius, Ed. Sanchoniatho, 1826.
Orethres.
Orpheus.
Oxon.—Oxford Editions.

Parmenides of Plato.

Paschal Chronicle, A. D. i v.

Paterculus, Velleius, A. D. i.

Patricius, Fr.—NovaPhilosophia, 1591.

Perizonius.

Pherecydes Syrius, В. C. vii.

Philo Byblius.

Philo Judaeus, ob. A. D. 42.

Philoponus, A. D. vii.

Philostratus.

Photius, A. D. ix. Bibliotheca.

Picus of Mirandula.

Conclusiones. See his works,
Plato, B.C. iv.
Pletho.

Plinius, A. D. i.; Gron. 1669.
Plotinus, ob. A. D. 270.
Plutarchus, A. D. ii.
Polemo, В. C. iii.
Pomponius Mela, A. D. i.
Porphyrius, ob. A. D. 303.
Porter's, Sir R. K., Travels.
Prisciaiius, A. D. vi.
Proclus, ob. A. D. 485.
In Alcibiadem. •

Cratylum.

Euclidem.

Parmenidem.

Política.

Ximasum.

Theologiam Platonis.
Ptolemaeus Geographus, A.D. ii.
Ptolemœus Mendesius, A. D. i.
Pythagoras, В. C. vi.

Qy.—Query.
Reid.

Richter, De Berosso.

Sallustius, В. C. i.

Salmasius, ob. A.D. 1653. Notas.

Sambuci Exemplar, Imperial library

v. Had, Jos.
Sanchoniatho. See p. viii.
Scaliger, Ed. Eusebius Chron.. &c.
Scylax, В. С vi. Periplus.
Seneca, ob. A. D. 65, Ed. Morell.
Serranus, Ed. Plato.
Sextus, Hyp.

Sibylline Oracles, Ed. Gallaeus.
Simplicius, A. D. vi.
Solinus, A. D. i.

Stanley's Lives of the Philosophers.
Stephanus, R. Ed. Euseb.
Stephanus, H.
Stobaeus, A. D. iv.
Strabo, ob. A. D. M, Ed. Amsterdam,

1707.
Suidas, A. D. x. Ed. Küster.
Symmachus, A. D. iv.
Syncellus, Georgius, A. D. viii. Ed.

Dindorf; 1829.
Synesius, A. D. v. De insomniis,
Syrianus.

Tacitus, A. D. ii.

Taylor, Ed. Oracles of Zoroaster, v.

Class. Journ. No. 32.
Tatianus, A. D. ii.
Thallus. •
Theon, Alexandrinus, A. D. iii.

M. S. Codex Paris. (2390.)
Theophilus Antiochenus, A. D. ii. Ed.

Oxon.
Timaeus Locrus, В. C. vi.
Timaeus. Plato's.
Timotheus.

Valpy, Ed. Stephani Thesaurus.

Varro.

Vat..-, Vatican MSS. 8гс.

Velleius Paterculus, A. D. i.

Vet. Int.—Vetus Interpretatio.

Vigerius, Ed. Eusebius Prsep. Ev.

Vossius, Gerrard, J. De historiéis, 1677.

Vossius, Isaac.

Usher, Abp. Chronol.

Vulg.—Vulgo.

Walknaer.
Wolfius.

Zendavesta.
Zoroaster.

ERRATA.

P. v. 1. 20, for hypothesis read hypotheses

1. 23, for hypothesis read hypotheses.

vi. 1. 17, for hypothesis read hypotheses.

vii. 1. 2, for hypothesis read hypotheses.

xix. note *,for 170 read 165.

xxvii. 1. 19, for Nebuchadnesser read Nebuchadnezzar.
xxxii. 1. 14, for 1641 read 1461.

, 1.15, fir 1640 read 1460.

xxxv. 1. 3,for loveliness read loneliness.

21, line 18, for that read and says that.

40,1. 15, for Appion read Apion.

64,1. 1, for Caelo-Syria read Cœlo-Syria.

108,1. 8, for Among read After.

149,1. 10, dele have.

172, note §, for Sec Dyn read See Dynasties.

204, note t, for Gem read Gesn.

239, note •, 1. 4, for 8th read 9th.

240, note I, for p. 4 read p. 5.

244, note f, line 3, for or Mixed read and the Mixed.

250, note t, for Syonches read Synoches.

268,1. 13, for whether read either.

295,1. 20, for as dazzling read as the dazzling.

324,1. 2 & 4, Heraclitus occurs in some copies instead of

Herodotus.
344,1. last, for augments read arguments.
346, note *, 1. 7, for induce read induces.
327, for presente read Prasente.
328,1, 1, for Brutius read Brutius Praesens.
—, 1. 26, for Vergilia read Vergiliae.

At p. 84 add the following line:
taro 'Hpax\íiir¡i «тч ц'. is called Heraclides. He reigned 18 years.

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