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Arimnestus, a Platæan, ix. 72
Ariomardus, general of the Caspians, vii. 67

son of Darius, vii. 78
Arion, a poet, i. 23, 24
Ariphron, father of Xantippus, vi. 131,

134 ; vii. 33; viii. 131
Arisba, a city of Lesbos, i. 151
Aristagoras, tyrant of Cyme, iv. 138; v.
37, 38

of Cyzicus, iv. 138

tyrant of Miletus, v. 30-51,
94, 98, 100, 124, 126; vii. 8

father of Hegesistratus, ix. 90
Aristeas, a poet of Proconnesus, iv. 13-15

-, a Corinthian, vii. 137
Aristides, the Just, an Athenian, vii. 79,

82; viii. 79, 81, 95; ix. 28
Aristocrates, father of Casambus, vi. 73
Aristocyprus, king of Solias, v. 113
Aristodemus, king of Sparta, iv. 147; vi.
52; vii. 204; viii. 131

-, a Spartan, vii. 229, 231; ix.71
Aristodicus, of Cyme, i. 158, 159
Aristogiton and Harmodius, v. 55; vii.

109, 123
Aristolaides, an Athenian, i. 59
Aristomachus, father of Aristodemus, vi.

52 ; vii. 204; viii. 131
Ariston of Byzantium, iv. 138

--, king of Sparta, i. 67; vi. 61–63, 69
Aristonice, the Pythian, vii. 140
Aristonymus of Sicyon, vii. 126
Aristophantus, father of Cobon, vi. 66
Aristophilides, king of Tarentum, iii. 136
Arizanti, a Median tribe, i. 101
Arizus, a Persian prince, vii. 82
Armenians, i. 194; iii. 93 ; v. 49; vii. 73
Armenius, Mount, i. 72
Arpoxais, ancestor of the Scythians, iv.5,6
Arsamenes, son of Darius, vii. 68
Arsames, grandfather of Darius, i. 209;

vii. 11, 224
Arsanes, son of Darius, vii. 68
Artabanus, uncle of Xerxes, iv. 83; vii.

10, 11, 17, 46–53, 66, 67, 75
Artabates, a Persian, vii. 65
Artabazanes, eldest son of Darius, vii. 2
Artabazus, a Persian general, vii. 66; viii.

126—129; ix. 41, 66, 89
Artace, a city of the Propontis, iv. 14; vi. 33
Artachæes, a Persian general, vii. 117, 122
Artachæus, father of Artayntes, viii. 130

father of Otaspis, vii. 63
Artæans, ancient name of the Persians,

vi. 98; vii. 61
Artæus, father of Artachæus, vii. 22

father of Azanes, vii. 66
Artanes, brother of Darius, vii. 224

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

, son of Artaphernes, Persian
general at Marathon, vi. 94, 116; vii.

10, 74
Artaxerxes, son of Xerxes, vi. 98; vii.

106, 151

Artayctes, a Persian general, vii. 33, 78;

ix. 116, 118-120
Artaynta, niece of Xerxes, ix. 108
Artayntes, a Persian admiral, viii. 130; ix.

102, 107
Artazostra, daughter of Darius, vi. 43
Artembares, a Mede, i. 114-116

a Persian, ix. 122
Artemisia, queen of Halicarnassus, vii.

99; viii. 68, 87, 88, 93, 101-103
Artemisium, a port of Eubea, iv. 35; vii.

175, 176, 195; viii. 9—11, 14-17
Artimpasa, Scythian Venus, iv. 59
Artiscus, a Scythian river, iv, 92
Artochmes, son-in-law of Darius, vii. 73
Artontes, father of Bagæus, iii. 128

-, son of Mardonius, ix. 84
Artybius, a Persian commander, v. 108,

110
Artyntes, a Persian general, vii. 67; viïi.

130
Artyphius, brother of Ariomardus, vii. 66,

67
Artystone, daughter of Cyrus, iii. 88; vii.

69
Aryandes, prefect of Egypt, iv. 166, 167,

200
Aryenis, daughter of Alyattes, i. 74
Asbystæ, a Libyan people, iv. 170
Ascalon, a city of Palestine, i. 105
Asia, wife of Prometheus, iv. 45

geography of, iv. 37–40
Asian tribe at Sardis, iv. 45
Asias, son of Cotys, iv. 45
Asinarius, vi. 68
Asine, a city of Peloponnesus, viii. 73
Asonides, a captain of Ægina, vii. 181
Asopians, a people of Bæotia, ix. 15
Asopodorus, a Theban commander, ix. 69
Asopus, a river of Bæotia, vi. 108; vii.

199, 200, 216; ix. 15, 29, 43, 51
Aspathines, a Persian prince, iii. 70, 78;

vii. 97
Assa, a city of Mount Athos, vii. 122
Assesus, a town of the Milesians, i. 19
Assyria, i. 102, 106, 177; ii. 17; iv. 39
Assyrians, i. 95, 102, 103, 106, 177; ii. 141;

vii. 62, 63
Astacus, father of Melanippus, v. 67
Aster, father of Anchimolius, v. 63
Astrabacus, a hero of Sparta, vi. 69
Astyages, king of the Medes, i. 46, 73–75,

107, 108, 123, 127-130, 139
Asychis, king of Egypt, ii. 136
Atarantes, a Libyan people, iv. 184
Atarbechis, a city of Egypt, ii. 141
Atarneus, or Atarnea, a city and territory

of Mysia, i. 160; vi. 28, 29; vii. 42;

viii. 106
Atarnes, a river of Thrace, iv. 49
Athamas, son of Æolus, vii. 197
Athenades, a Trachinian, vii. 213
Athenagoras, a Samian, ix. 90
Athens and Athenians, passim
Athos, Mount, vi. 44, 95; vii. 21, 22
Athribis, a district in Egypt, ii. 166

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Athrys, a river of Thrace, iv. 49

Belus, father of Ninus, i. 7
Atlantes, or Atarantes, a people of Libya,

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 Bessians, interpreters of Bacchus, vii. 211
- Mount, iv. 184

Bias of Priene, i. 27, 170
Atossa, daughter of Cyrus, iii. 68, 88, 133, 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
Attica, i. 59; v. 76; ix. 13

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
son of Cresus, i. 3443

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 Bæotians, 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 Eron, vii. 107, 113
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. 39
Auxesia and Damia, v. 82, 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, 53, 78
Azanes, a Persian general, vii. 66

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

the Thracian, iv. 83, 85, 86,
Aziris, a district in Libya, iv. 157, 169

88
Azotus, a city of Syria, ii. 157

Bottiæa, a region of Macedonia, vii. 123,

127, 185 ; viii. 127
Babylon, i. 178–185, 192 ; iii. 158, 159 Branchidæ, i. 46, 92 ; ii. 159; v. 36
Babylonia, i. 193

Brauron, a town of Attica, iv. 145; vi. 138
Babylonians, i. 77, 190—200; ii. 109; iii. Briantica, a region of Thrace, vii. 108
150-159

Briges, Phrygians, viii. 73
Bacchus, Egyptian Osiris, ii. 42, 48, 123, Brongus, a river flowing into the Ister, iv.

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

Bubares, a Persian, iv. 167; v. 21; vii.
temple of, at Byzantium, iv. 87 22; 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.

the Egyptian Diana, ii. 137, 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

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

Bulis, a Spartan, vii. 134-137
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
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

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

Byzantium, iv. 144; v. 26, 103
Barcæans, 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

-, son of Arcesilaus, ii. 181; iv. 159 Cabiri, ii. 51; iii. 37
Battiadæ, iv. 202

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

et seq.

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
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. 44
Cænis, ancestor of Eétion, v. 92, (2.) Caspian Sea, i. 202, 203 ; iv. 40
Caicus, a plain of Mysia, vi. 28

Caspians, iii. 92; vii. 67, 84
a river of Mysia, vii. 42

Cassandane, wife of Cyrus, ii. 1; iii. 2
Calacté, on the coast of Sicily, vi. 22 Cassiterides, western islands, iii. 115
Calantian Indians, iii. 97

Castalian spring on Parnassus, viii. 39
Calasiries, Egyptian warriors, ii. 164—168 ; Casthanæa, a city of Magnesia, vii. 183, 188
vii. 89; ix. 32

Castor and Pollux, ii. 43; vi. 127
Calchas, vii. 91

Catarractes, ariver tributary to the Mæan-
Calchedon, or Chalcedon, iv. 85, 144; v. 26 der, vii. 26
Callatebus, a city of Lydia, vii. 31 Catiarians, a Scythian tribe, iv. 6
Calliades, an Athenian archon, viii. 51 Caucasus, Mount, i. 104, 203, 204 ; iii. 97;
Callias, an Elian diviner, v. 44, 45

iv. 12
father of Hipponicus, vi. 121, 122 Cauconian Pylians, i. 147; iv. 148
-, son of Hipponicus, vii. 151

Caunus, a city of Caria, i. 172, 176 ; v. 103
Callicrates, a Spartan, ix. 72, 85

Caustrobius, father of Aristeas, iv. 13
Callimachus of Aphidna, vi. 109, 114 Cayster, a river of Lydia, v. 100
Callipides, a Scythian people, iv. 17 Cecrops, king of Athens, viii. 44
Callipolis, a city of Sicily, vii. 154

Celænæ, a city of Phrygia, vii. 26
Callista, afterwards Thera, iv. 147

Celeas, an associate of Dorieus, v. 46
Calydne, a city of Asia Minor, viii. 87 Celts, a people of Europe, ii. 33; iv. 49
Calyndian mountains, i. 172

Ceos, an island of the gæan sea, iv. 35;
Calyndians, viii. 87

v. 102; viii. 1, 46, 76
Camarina, a city of Sicily, vii. 154, 156 Cephallenia, an island of the Ionian sea,
Cambyses, father of Cyrus, i. 46, 107, 112, ix. 28
207; vii. 11

Cephenes, Persians, vii. 61
-, son of Cyrus, ii. 1, 208; ii. 1, 4, Cepheus, father of Andromeda, vii. 61
7–38, 44, 61-66, 89, 139, 181 ; iv. 165 Cephissus, father of Thyia, vii. 178
Camicus, a city of Sicily, vii. 169, 170

-, a river of Phocis, viii. 33
Camirus, a Dorian city, i. 144

Ceramic gulf, i. 174
Campsa, a city of Crossæa, vii. 123 Cercasora, a city of Egypt, ii. 15, 17, 97
Cana, Mount, in Mysia, vii. 42

Ceres, the Egyptian Isis, ii. 59, 156. Eleu-
Canastræum, promontory of Pallené, vii. sinian, ix. 62, 65, 97
123

Chalcedonians, or Calchedonians, iv. 144 ;
Candaules, king of Sardis, i. 7-12

v. 26; vi. 33
father of Damasithymus, vii. 98 Chalcidians of Eubæa, v. 74, 77, 99; viii.
Canobic mouth of the Nile, ii. 15, 17, 113, 127; ix. 28
179

Chaldæans, a people of Assyria, vii. 63
Canobus, a city of Egypt, ii. 97

-, of Babylon, i. 181, 183
Caphareum, à promontory of Eubæa, Chalestra, a city of Macedonia, vii. 123
viii. 7

Chalybians, of Asia Minor, i. 28; vii, 76
Cappadocia, i. 73

Charadra, a city of Phocis, viii. 33
Cappadocians, i. 71-73 ; v. 49; vii. 72 Charaxus, brother of Sappho, ü. 135; iv.
Car, brother of Lydus and Mysus, i. 171 135
Carcinitis, a city of Scythia, iv. 59, 99 Charilaus of Samos, iii. 145
Cardamyle, a town of Laconia, viii. 73 Charillus, son of Eunomus, viii. 131
Cardia, a city of the Chersonese, vi. 33 ; Charopinus, brother of Aristagoras, v. 99
vii. 58; ix. 115

Chemmis, a floating island in Egypt, ii. 156
Carenus, father of Evænetus, vii. 173

-, a city of Egypt, ii. 91, 165
Caria, i. 142; vi. 25

Cheops, an Egyptian king, ii. 124
Carians, i. 28, 146, 171, 174 ; ii. 61, 152 ; Chephren, an Egyptian king, ii. 127, 128

iii. 4, 11; v. 117-120; vii. 93; viii. 133, Cherasmes, a Persian, vii. 78
135

Chersis, father of Gorgus and Onesilus,
Carina, a city of Mysia, vii. 42

v. 104; vii. 98; viii. 11
Carpathus, an island near Rhodes, iii. 45 Chersonese of Thrace, vi. 33, 34, 39, 140;
Carpis, a river flowing into the Ister, iv. 49 ix. 118
Carthage, iii. 119

Chersonesus Trachea, iv. 99
Carthaginians, i. 166; ii. 32; iii. 17, 19; Chilaus, a Tegean, ix. 9
iv. 43, 197; vii. 165, 167

Chilon, a Lacedæmonian, i. 59; vi. 65 ;
Caryanda, iv. 44

vii. 235
Carystus, a city of Eubea, iv. 33; vi. 99; Chios, a city of Ionia, i. 18, 142, 160; ii.
viii. 112

178; vi. 15, 16, 26, 31; viii. 132
Carystians, viii. 112, 121; ix. 105

Choaspes, a river near Susa, i. 188; V.49, 52

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Chæreates, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68
Chæreæ, a city of Eubea, vi. 101
Chorus, father of Micythus, vii. 170
Chorasmians, a people of Asia, iii. 93, 117;

vii. 66
Chromius, an Argive, i. 82
Ciconians, a people of Thrace, vii. 59, 108,

110
Cilicia, a country of Asia, ii. 17, 34; iii. 90;

v. 52; ix. 107
Cilicians, i. 28, 72; iii. 90; v. 49, 52; vii.

91; viii. 14
Cilix, son of Agenor, a Phænician, vii. 91
Cilla, an Æolian city, i. 149
Cimmeria, a region of Scythia, iv. 12
Cimmerian Bosphorus, iv. 12, 28, 100
Cimmerians, i. 6, 15, 16; iv. 1, 11, 12 ;

vii. 20
Cimon, father of Miltiades, vi. 34, 38, 39,
103

son of Miltiades, vi. 136; vii. 107
Cineas, king of Thessaly, v. 63
Cinyps, a river of Libya, iv. 175; v. 42

a region of Libya, iv. 198
Cion, a city of Mysia, v. 122
Cissia, a country of Asia, iii. 91 ; v. 49, 52;

vi. 116
Cissian gate of Babylon, iii. 155, 158
Cissians, iii. 91 ; vii. 62, 86, 210
Cithæron, Mount, v. 74; vii. 141; ix. 19,

25, 39
Cius, or Scius, a river tributary to the Ister,

ii. 49
Clazomenæ, an Ionian city, i, 16, 51, 142;

ii. 178; v. 123
Cleades, a Platæan, ix, 85
Cleander, a seer, vi. 83

-, son of Hippocrates, vii. 155

-, son of Pantares, vii. 154
Cleobis and Biton, i. 31
Cleodæus, son of Hyllus, vi. 52; vii. 204 ;

viii. 131
Cleombrotus, son of Anaxandrides, iv. 81;

v. 41; viii. 71; ix. 10
Cleomenes, king of Sparta, ii. 148; v. 41--

51, 64, 70, 76 ; vi. 49-51, 65, 73–80, 84
Cleonæ, a city of Mount Athos, vii. 22
Clineas, son of Alcibiades, viii. 17
Clisthenes, tyrant of Sicyon, v. 67; vi. 126

-, an Athenian, v. 66–70; vi. 131
Clytiadæ, an Elian family, ix. 33
Cnidus, a town of Caria, i. 144; ii. 178
Cnidians, i. 174; iii. 138; iv. 164
Cnæthus, father of Nicodromus, vi. 88
Cobon, son of Aristophantus, vi. 66
Codrus, king of Athens, v. 65, 76

- , son of Melanthus, i. 147

father of Neleus, ix. 97
Cænyra, a town in Thasos, vi. 47
Coes, tyrant of Mitylene, iv. 97 ; v. 11, 37
Colæus, a Samian captain, iv. 152
Colaxais, ancestor of the Scythians, iv.5, 7
Colchians, iii. 97 ; iv. 37, 40; vii. 79
Colchis, a country on the Euxine sea, i. 2
Colias, on the coast of Attica, viii. 96
Colophon, an Ionian city, i. 14, 142, 147, 150

Colosse, a city of Phrygia, vii. 30
Combrea, a city of Crossæa, vii. 123
Compsatus, a river of Thrace, vii. 109
Coniæus, a Thracian race, v. 63
Contadesdus, a river of Thrace, iv. 89
Copaïs, a lake of Bæotia, viii. 135
Corcyra, colonized from Corinth, iii. 42, 49
Corcyræans, iii. 48, 53; vii. 168
Coressus, a port near Ephesus, v. 100
Corinth, and Corinthians, i. 14, 50, 51; ii.

iii. 48, 49, 52; iv. 162; v. 75, 87,
92; vi. 89; vii. 202; viii. 1, 94; ix. 102
Corobius, a Cretan, iv. 151
Coronæans, neighbours of the Thebans,

v. 79
Corycium, a cavern of Parnassus, viii. 36
Corydallus, of Anticyra, vii. 214
Corys, a river of Arabia, iii. 9
Cos, a Doric island, i. 144; vii. 164
Cotys, father of Asias, iv. 45
Cranaspes, a Persian, iii. 126
Cranai, ancient name of the Athenians,

viii. 44
Crastis, a river near Sybaris, v. 45
Crathis, a river of Achaia, i. 145
Cratines, father of Anaxilaus, vii. 165
Cratinus, father of Aminocles, vii. 190
Cremni, a port in the Mæotic gulf, iv. 20,

110
Creston, Crestona, a city of Thrace, i. 57;

v. 3; vii. 124, 127; viii. 116
Crete, Cretans, i. 2, 65, 173; iv. 151; vii.

169-171
Crinippus, father of Terillus, vii. 165
Crisæan plain, of Locris, viii. 32
Critalla, a city of Cappadocia, vii. 26
Critobulus, of Torona, viii. 127
Crius, father of Polycritus, viii. 92

-, son of Polycritus, vi. 50, 73
Crobyzian Thracians, iv. 49
Crocodiles, city of, in Egypt, ii. 148
Cræsus, king of Lydia, i. 7, 26–30, 34-45,

50, 73–87, 92, 155, 207, 208; iii. 14, 34 ;

vi. 125; viii. 35
Crophi, a mountain in Upper Egypt, ii. 28
Crossæa, a district of Macedonia, vii. 123
Croton, a town in the gulf of Tarentum,

iii. 136, 137
Crotonians, iii. 131 ; v. 44; viii. 47
Cuphagoras, an Athenian, vi. 117
Curium, a city of Cyprus, v. 113
Cyanean islands in the Euxine, iv. 85
Cyaxares, king of Media, i. 16, 73, 74, 103,

106
Cybebe, a temple at Sardis, v. 102
Cyberniscus, a Lycian, vii. 98
Cyclades, islands of the Ægean sea, v. 30,

31; vii. 95
Cydippa, daughter of Terillus, vii. 165
Cydonia, a city of Crete, iii. 44, 59
Cydrara, a city on the borders of Phrygia,

vii. 30
Cyllyrians, slaves of Sicily, vii. 155
Cylon, an Athenian, v. 71
Cyme, an Æolian city, i. 149, 157; v. 123 ;
vii. 194; viii. 130

Cymæans, i. 157, 165 ; v. 38
('ynægirus, a valiant Athenian, vi. 114
Cyneas, father of Philager, vi. 101
Cynetes, Cynesians, farthest people of

Europe towards the west, ii. 33; iv. 49
Cyniscus, son of Leotychides, vi. 71
Cyno, or Spaco, nurse of Cyrus, i. 110, 112

-122
Cynosarges in Attica, v. 63; vi. 116
Cynosura, an island near Salamis, viii. 76
Cynurians, people of Peloponnesus, viii. 73
Cyprus, Cyprians, i. 199; ii. 182; iii. 19,

91 ; iv. 162; v. 104, 116; vii. 90
Cypselus, tyrant of Corinth, i. 20; v. 92 ;
vi. 128

father of Miltiades, vi. 35
('yraunis, an island near Libya, iv. 195
Cyrene, a city of Libya, iv. 150-170, 199,

203
Cyrenæans, ii. 32 ; iii, 131 ; iv. 152—162,

186
Cyrnus, an island in the Tyrrhenian sea,
vii. 165

a city of Carystia, ix. 105

a hero, i. 167
Cyrus, father of Cambyses, i. 111

-, king of Persia, i. 46, 73–75, 79-
88, 91, 95, 108, 111, 113–116, 122–130,
141, 153-155, 188-191, 2014-205, 207,

244 ; iii. 69, 89; vii. 11; ix. 122
Cythera, an island off Peloponnesus, i. 82,

105 ; vii. 235
Cythnus, an island near Attica, vii. 90 ;

viii. 67
Cythnians, viii. 46
Cytissorus, son of Phixus, vii. 197
Cyzicus, a city of Propontis, iv. 14, 76 ;

vi. 33

Dascylus, father of Gyges, i. 8
Datis, a Mede, general of the Persians at

Marathon, vi. 94, 97, 118; vii. 88
Datus, a city of the Edonians, ix. 75
Daulians, a people of Phocis, viii. 35
Daurises, son-in-law of Darius, v. 116, 121
Decelea, a district of Attica, ix. 15, 73
Decelus, ix. 73
Deioces, king of the Medes, i. 16, 73, 96-

102
Deiphonus, son of Evenius, ix. 92
Delians, iv. 33; vi. 97
Delium, a Theban city, vi. 118 ; ix. 15
Delphi and Delphians, i. 14, 46, 48, 50—52,

92; ii. 180; v. 42, 62; vii. 178; viii. 36,

37
Delta, of the Nile, ii. 13-16
Delos, an island of the Ægean sea, i. 64;

iv. 33–35; vi. 97 ; viii. 132, 133; ix. 90
Demaratus, king of Sparta, vi. 50, 61–

70; vii. 3, 101–104, 209, 234-239
Demarmenus, father of Prinetades and

Chilon, v. 41 ; vi. 65
Democedes, a physician of Crotona, iii.

129-137
Democritus, of Naxos, viii. 46
Demonax, a Mantinean, iv. 161
Demonous, father of Penthylus, vii. 195
Demophilus, a Thespian general, vii. 22
Dersæi, a Thracian tribe, vii. 110
Derusiæans, a Persian tribe, i. 125
Deucalion, king of Thessaly, i. 56
Diactorides, father of Eurydame, vi. 71

a Cranonian, vi. 127
Diadromus, father of Demophilus, vii. 222
Diana, i. 26 ; ii. 59, 156 ; iii. 48; iv. 33, 87,

105; v. 7; vi. 138; vii. 176 ; viii. 77
Dicæa, a city of Thrace, vii. 109
Dicæus, an Athenian exile, viii. 65
Dictynna, her fane, iii. 59
Didymus, oracle of, vi. 19
Dienecis, a Spartan, vii. 226
Dindymene, i. 80
Dinomenes, father of Gelon, vii. 145
Diomede, ii. 116
Dionysius, a Phocæan, vi. 11, 17
Dionysophanes, an Ephesian, ix. 84
Dionysus, iv. 79
Dioscuri, ii. 43, 50 ; vi. 127
Dipæa, a place in Peloponnesus, ix. 35
Dithyrambus, son of Hermatidas, vii. 227
Dium, a city of Mount Athos, vii. 22
Doberes, a people of Pæonia, v. 16; vii.

113
Dodona, oracle of, i. 46; ii. 52, 55, 57; ix.

93
Dolonci, a people of Thrace, vi. 34, 35
Dolopes, a people of Thessaly, vii. 132, 185
Dorians, i. , 28, 56, 141, 144, 171 ; iii. 56 ;

v. 68, 76, 86; vi. 53; vii. 93, 99, 102;

viii. 31, 73
Dorieus, son of Anaxandrides, v. 41, 42,

43, 45, 46; vii. 158, 205; ix. 10
Doris, formerly Dryopis, viii. 31
Doriscus, a shore of Thrace, v. 98; vii.

25, 59, 105

Dadicæ, a people of Asia, iii. 91 ; vii. 66
Dædalus, vii. 170
Daians, a Persian tribe, i. 125
Damasitlıymus, king of the Calyndians,

vii. 98; viii. 87
Damasus, son of Amyris, vi. 127
Damia and Auxesia, v. 82
Danae, mother of Perseus, i. 91 ; vi. 53;

vii. 60, 150
Danaus and Lynceus, ii. 91

-, son-in-law of Archander, ii. 98

and Xuthus, vii. 94
Daphnæ, Pelusian, of Egypt, ii. 30, 107
Daphnis, tyrant of Abydos, iv. 138
Dardanus, a city near Abydos, v. 117; vii

43
Dardanians, a people of Asia, i. 189
Daritæ, a people of Asia, iii. 92
Darius, king of Persia, i. 183, 187, 209; ii.

110; iii. 39, 70, 82-96, 101, 126-129,
135-144, 150-160; iv. 39, 44, 85-87,
97, 118, 120, 124, 127, 140-144; v. 12,
17, 97, 101, 105; vi. 43, 48, 94, 98, 111,
118; vii. 1-4, 10, 11, 69, 72, 82, 133,

224; viii. 89
Dascyleum, a city of Bithynia, iii. 120,

126; vi. 33

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