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Athrys, a river of Thrace, iv. 49
Atlantes, or Atarantes, a people of Libya,
iv. 184
Atlantic Sea, i. 102
Atlas, a river of Mount Haemus, iv. 49
, Mount, iv. 184
Atossa, daughter of Cyrus, iii. 68, 88, 133,
134; vii. 2, 3
Atramytteum, or Adramyttium, a town of
Troas, vii. 42
Atridae, the sons of Atreus, vii. 20
Attaginus, a Theban, ix. 15, 86, 88
Attica, i. 59; v. 76; ix. 13
Attic people, i. 56; v. 87; vi. 138
Atys, king of Sardis, i. 7, 94; vii. 27, 74
, son of Croesus, i. 34–43
Auchatae, a family of Scythians, iv. 6
Augila, a country of Libya, iv. 172, 182
Auras, a river of Mount Haemus, iv. 49
Auschisae, a people of Libya, iv. 171
Auses, a people of Libya, iv. 180, 191
Autesion, father of Theras, iv. 147; vi. 52
Autodicus, a Plataean, ix. 85
Automoli, a colony of Egyptians, ii. 30
Autonous, and Phylacus, viii. 39
Auxesia and Damia, v. 82, 83
Axius, a river of Macedonia, vii. 123
Axus, a city of Crete, iv. 154
- Azanes, a Persian general, vii. 66
Azen, in Arcadia, vi. 127
Aziris, a district in Libya, iv. 157, 169
Azotus, a city of Syria, ii. 157

Babylon, i. 178–185, 192; iii. 158, 159
Babylonia, i. 193
Babylonians, i. 77, 190—200; ii. 109; iii.
150–159
Bacchus, Egyptian Osiris, ii. 42, 48, 123,
144, 146; iii. 97; iv. 79. The Arabian,
iii. 8, 10. The Ethiopian, ii. 29. The
Grecian, ii. 49, 145, 146; iii. 97; v. 67;
vi. 79, 108; vii. 111
, temple of, at Byzantium, iv. 87
Bacchanalia, iv. 79
Bacchiads of Corinth, v. 92
Bacis, predictions of, viii. 20, 77, 96; ix.
43

Bactra, a city of Assyria, vi. 9; ix. 113
Bactria, a country of Asia, iv. 204
Bactrians, vii. 68, 86 -
Badres, or Bares, a Persian admiral, iv.
167, 203
Bagaeus, a Persian, son of Artontes, iii.
128
, father of Mardontes, vii. 80
Bagasaces, son of Artabanus, vii. 76
Barca, a city of Libya, iii. 91 ; iv. 160, 200,
et seq.
o o village of Bactria, iv. 204
Barcaeans, iii. 13, 91; iv. 164,167, 201–204
Bares, see Badres
Basilides, an Ionian, viii. 132
Battus, king of Cyrene, iv. 150, 155, 159
, son of Arcesilaus, ii. 181; iv. 159
Battiadae, iv. 202
Belides, gates of Babylon, iii. 155, 158

Belus, father of Ninus, i. 7 -
, father of Cepheus, vii. 61
Bermion, a mountain of Macedonia, viii.
138 o
Bessians, interpreters of Bacchus, vii. 211
Bias of Priene, i. 27, 170
—, brother of Melampus, ix. 34
Bisaltes, son of Apollophanes, vi. 26
Bisaltia, a region of Macedonia, vii. 115;
viii. 116
Biome, a city of the Hellespont, vii.
13
Bistones, a people of Thrace, vii. 110
Bistonis, a lake, vii. 109
Bithynia, a province of Asia Minor, i. 28
Bithynians, vii. 75
Biton, and Cleobis, Argives, i. 31
Boebeis, a lake of Thessaly, vii. 129
Boeotia, ii.49; v. 57
Boeotians, v. 74, 77, 79; vi. 108; vii. 202;
viii. 34; ix. 68
Boges, governor of Eion, vii. 107, 113
Bolbitic mouth of the Nile, ii. 17
Boreas, son-in-law of the Athenians, vii.
189
Borysthenes, a river of Scythia, iv. 18, 45,
47, 53;-and city, iv. 78
Borysthenians, iv. 17, 18, 53, 78
Bosphorus, the Cimmerian, iv. 12, 28, 100
, the Thracian, iv. 83, 85, 86,

88
Bottiaea, a region of Macedonia, vii. 123,
127, 185; viii. 127
Branchidae, i. 46, 92; ii. 159; v. 36
Brauron, a town of Attica, iv. 145; vi. 138
Briantica, a region of Thrace, vii. 108
Briges, Phrygians, viii. 73
Brongus, a river flowing into the Ister, iv.
49
Brundusium, a city of Italy, iv. 99
Bryges, a people of Thrace, vi. 45; vii. 185
Bubares, a Persian, iv. 167; v. 21 ; vii.
22; viii. 136
Bois, a city of Egypt, ii. 59, 67, 156,
, the Egyptian Diana, ii. 137, 156
Bucolic mouth of the Nile, ii. 17
Budians, a people of Media, i. 101
—, of Scythia, iv. 21, 108, 109
Bulis, a Spartan, vii. 134–137
Bura, a city of Achaia, ii. 145
Busaeans, a people of Media, i. 101
Boo a city and district of Egypt, ii. 59,
5
y
Boides, father of Philip of Crotona, v.
Buto, a city of Egypt, ii. 59, 63, 75, 155
Bybassia, a peninsula of Caria, i. 174
Byzantium, iv. 144; v. 26, 103

Cabales, a people of Libya, iv. 171

Cabalian Meonians, vii. 77

Cabalians, a people of Asia Minor, iii. 90

Cabiri, ii. 51; iii. 37

Cadmeans of Peloponnesus, i. 56, 146; v.
57, 61; ix. 27

Cadmus, son of Agenor, ii. 45,49; iv. 147;
v. 57–59
—, of Coos, viii. 163, 164
Cadytis, a city of Palestine, ii. 159; iii. 5
Caenis, ancestor of Eétion, v. 92, (2.)
Caicus, a plain of Mysia, vi. 28
, a river of Mysia, vii. 42
Calacté, on the coast of Sicily, vi. 22
Calantian Indians, iii. 97
Calasiries, Egyptian warriors, ii. 164–168;
vii. 89; ix. 32
Calchas, vii. 91
Calchedon, or Chalcedon, iv. 85, 144; v. 26
Callatebus, a city of Lydia, vii. 31
Calliades, an Athenian archon, viii. 51
Callias, an Elian diviner, v. 44, 45
, father of Hipponicus, vi. 121, 122
, son of Hipponicus, vii. 151
Callicrates, a Spartan, ix. 72, 85
Callimachus of Aphidna, vi. 109, 114
Callipides, a Scythian people, iv. 17
Callipolis, a city of Sicily, vii. 154
Callista, afterwards Thera, iv. 147
Calydne, a city of Asia Minor, viii. 87
Calyndian mountains, i. 172
Calyndians, viii. 87
Camarina, a city of Sicily, vii. 154, 156
Cambyses, father of Cyrus, i. 46. 107, 112,
207; vii. 11
—, son of Cyrus, ii. 1, 208; iii. 1, 4,
7–38, 44, 61–66, 89, 139, 181; iv. 165
Camicus, a city of Sicily, vii. 169, 170
Camirus, a Dorian city, i. 144
Campsa, a city of Crossaea, vii. 123
Cana, Mount, in Mysia, vii. 42
Canastraeum, promontory of Pallené, vii.
123
Candaules, king of Sardis, i. 7–12
—, father of Damasithymus, vii. 98
Canobic mouth of the Nile, ii. 15, 17, 113,
179
Canobus, a city of Egypt, ii. 97
Caphareum, a promontory of Euboea,
viii. 7
Cappadocia, i. 73
Cappadocians, i. 71–73; v.49; vii. 72
Car, brother of Lydus and Mysus, i. 171
Carcinitis, a city of Scythia, iv. 59, 99
Cardamyle, a town of Laconia, viii. 73
Cardia, a city of the Chersonese, vi. 33;
vii. 58; ix. 115
Carenus, father of Evaenetus, vii. 173
Caria, i. 142; vi. 25
Carians, i. 28, 146, 171, 174; ii. 61, 152;
iii. 4, 11; v. 117–120; vii. 93; viii. 133,
135
Carina, a city of Mysia, vii. 42
Carpathus, an island near Rhodes, iii. 45
Carpis, a riverflowing into the Ister, iv. 49
Carthage, iii. 119
Carthaginians, i. 166; ii. 32; iii. 17, 19;
iv. 43, 197; vii. 165, 167
Caryanda, iv. 44
Carystus, a city of Euboea, iv. 33; vi. 99;
viii. 112
Carystians, viii. 112, 121; ix. 105

Casambus of Ægina, vi. 75
Casius, Mount, in Arabia, ii. 6, 158; iii. 5
Casmena, a city of Sicily, vii. 155
Caspatyrus, a city of Pactyica, iii. 102; iv.44
Caspian Sea, i. 202, 203; iv. 40
Caspians, iii. 92; vii. 67, 84
Cassandane, wife of Cyrus, ii. 1; iii. 2
Cassiterides, western islands, iii. 115
Castalian spring on Parnassus, viii. 39
Casthanaea, a city of Magnesia, vii. 183,188
Castor and Pollux, ii. 43; vi. 127
Catarractes, ariver tributary to the Maean-
der, vii. 26
Catiarians, a Scythian tribe, iv. 6
Caucasus, Mount, i. 104, 203, 204; iii. 97;
iv. 12
Cauconian Pylians, i. 147; iv. 148
Caunus, a city of Caria, i. 172, 176; v. 103
Caustrobius, father of Aristeas, iv. 13
Cayster, a river of Lydia, v. 100
Cecrops, king of Athens, viii. 44
Celaenae, a city of Phrygia, vii. 26
Celeas, an associate of Dorieus, v.46
Celts, a people of Europe, ii. 33; iv. 49
Ceos, an island of the Ægaean sea, iv. 35;
v. 102; viii. 1, 46, 76
Cephallenia, an island of the Ionian sea,
ix. 28
Cephenes, Persians, vii. 61
Cepheus, father of Andromeda, vii. 61
Cephissus, father of Thyia, vii. 178
—, a river of Phocis, viii. 33
Ceramic gulf, i. 174
Cercasora, a city of Egypt, ii. 15, 17, 97
Ceres, the Egyptian Isis, ii. 59, 156. Eleu-
sinian, ix. 62, 65, 97
Chalcedonians, or Calchedonians, iv. 144;
v. 26; vi. 33
Chalcidians of Euboea, v. 74, 77, 99; viii.
127; ix. 28
Chaldaeans, a people of Assyria, vii. 63
—, of Babylon, i. 181, 183
Chalestra, a city of Macedonia, vii. 123
Chalybians, of Asia Minor, i. 28; vii. 76
Charadra, a city of Phocis, viii. 33
Charaxus, brother of Sappho, ii. 135; iv.
135
Charilaus of Samos, iii. 145
Charillus, son of Eunomus, viii. 131
Charopinus, brother of Aristagoras, v. 99
Chemmis, a floating island in Egypt, ii. 156
—, a city of Egypt, ii. 91, 165
Cheops, an Egyptian king, ii. 124
Chephren, an Egyptian king, ii. 127, 128
Cherasmes, a Persian, vii. 78
Chersis, father of Gorgus and Onesilus,
v. 104; vii. 98; viii. 11
Chersonese of Thrace, vi. 33, 34, 39, 140;
ix. 118
Chersonesus Trachea, iv. 99
Chilaus, a Tegean, ix. 9
Chilon, a Lacedaemonian, i. 59; vi. 65;
vii. 235 -
Chios, a city of Ionia, i. 18, 142, 160; ii.
178; vi. 15, 16, 26, 31; viii. 132
Choaspes, a river near Susa, i. 188; v.49, 52

Choereates, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68
Choereae, a city of Euboea, vi. 101
Choerus, 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 Phoenician, vii. 91
Cilla, an AEolian 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
Cithaeron, Mount, v. 74; vii. 141; ix. 19,
25, 39
Cius, or Scius, a river tributary to the Ister,
ii. 49
Clazomenae, an Ionian city, i. 16, 51, 142;
ii. 178; v. 123
Cleades, a Plataean, ix. 85
Cleander, a seer, vi. 83
, son of Hippocrates, vii. 155
, son of Pantares, vii. 154
Cleobis and Biton, i. 31
Cleodaeus, 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
Cleonae, 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
Clytiadae, an Elian family, ix. 33
Cnidus, a town of Caria, i. 144; ii. 178
Cnidians, i. 174; iii. 138; iv. 164
Cnoethus, 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
Coenyra, a town in Thasos, vi. 47
Coes, tyrant of Mitylene, iv. 97; v. 11, 37
Colaeus, 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 Crossaea, vii. 123
Compsatus, a river of Thrace, vii. 109
Coniaeus, a Thracian race, v. 63
Contadesdus, a river of Thrace, iv. 89
Copais, a lake of Boeotia, viii. 135
Corcyra, colonized from Corinth, iii. 42,49
Corcyraeans, iii. 48, 53; vii. 168
Coressus, a port near Ephesus, v. 100
Corinth, and Corinthians, i. 14, 50, 51; ii.
167; iii. 48, 49, 52; iv. 162; v. 75, 87,
92; vi. 89; vii. 202; viii. 1, 94; ix. 102
Corobius, a Cretan, iv. 151
Coronaeans, 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 Maeotic 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
Crisaean 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
Croesus, 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
Crossaea, 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 AEgean 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 AEolian city, i. 149, 157; v. 123;
vii. 194; viii. 130

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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,
; ii. 180; v. 42,62; vii. 178; viii. 36,
Delta, of the Nile, ii. 13–16
Delos, an island of the AEgean 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
Dersaei, a Thracian tribe, vii. 110
Derusiaeans, 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
Dicaea, a city of Thrace, vii. 109
Dicaeus, 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 Phocaean, vi. 11, 17
Dionysophanes, an Ephesian, ix. 84
Dionysus, iv. 79
Dioscuri, ii. 43,50; vi. 127
Dipaea, a place in Peloponnesus, ix. 35
Dithyrambus, son of Hermatidas, vii. 227
Dium, a city of Mount Athos, vii. 22
Doberes, a people of Paeonia, 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. 6, 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

Dorus, king of the Dorians, i. 56
Dory'ssus, son of Leobotes, vii. 204
Dotus, a Persian general, vii. 72
Dropici, a Persian race, i. 125
Drymus, a city of Phocis, viii. 33
Dryopis, a region of Thessaly, i. 56; viii. 31
Dryopians in Asia, i. 146
of Peloponnesus, viii. 73
Dyma, a town of Achaia, i. 145
Dymanates, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68
Dyras, a river of Trachinia, vii. 198
Dysorum, Mount, v. 17

Ecbatana, a city of Media, i. 110, 153; iii.
64, 92
—, of Syria, iii. 62
Echecrates, father of Eétion, v. 92
Echemus, son of Aéropus, ix. 26
Echestratus, son of Agis, vii. 204
Echidorus, a river of Thrace, vii. 124
Echinades, islands at the mouth of the
Achelous, ii. 10
Edonians, a people of Thrace, v. 11, 23,
124; vii. 110, 114; ix. 75
Eëtion, father of Cypselus, v. 92, (5.)
Egestaeans, a people of Sicily, v. 46
Eion, a city on the Strymon, vii. 25, 113,
viii. 118
Elaeus, a city of the Thracian Chersonese,
vi. 140; vii. 22, 33; ix. 116, 120
Elatea, a city of Phocis, viii. 33
Elbo, an island of the Nile, ii. 140
Eleans, ii. 160; iv. 30, 148; vi. 127; viii.
27; ix. 77
Elephantine, a city of Upper Egypt, ii. 9,
17, 28, 69; iii. 19, 20
Eleusis, a town of Attica, i. 130; v. 74—
76; vi. 75; viii. 65; ix. 27
Eleusinian Ceres, viii. 65; ix. 57, 101
Elis, a country of Peloponnesus, viii. 73
Ellopia, a district of Euboea, viii. 23
Elorus, a river of Sicily, vii. 154
Encheleas, a people of Illyria, v. 61; ix.43
Enians of Thrace, vii. 132, 185, 198
Enipeus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 129
Eordians of Macedonia, vii. 185
Epaphus, god of the Memphians, ii. 153;
iii. 27, 28
Ephesians, i. 26, 147
Ephesus, i. 142; ii. 10, 148, 158; v. 54
Ephialtes, the traitor, vii. 213
Epicydes, father of Glaucus, vi. 86
Epidamnus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 129, 196
Epidaurus, a town of Peloponnesus, iii.
52; v. 82, 83; viii. 43, 46; ix. 28
Epistrophus, father of Amphimnestris, vi.
127
Epium, a city of the Minyans, iv. 148
Epizelus, son of Cyphagoras, vi. 117
Epizephyrian Locrians, vi. 23
Erasinus, a river of the Stymphalian lake,
vi. 76
Erechtheus, king of Athens, v. 82; vii.
189; viii. 44, 55
Eretria, a city of Euboea, i. 61; vi. 43, 94,
101, 119; viii. 46; ix. 28

Eridanus, a river of Europe, iii. 115
Erineum, a mountain, viii. 43
Erochus, a city of Phocis, viii. 33
Erxander, father of Coes, iv. 97; v. 37
Erythea, an island near Gades, iv. 8
Erythrae, a city of Ionia, i. 18, 142; vi. 8
—, a town of Boeotia, ix. 15, 19
Erythrebolus, a city of Egypt, ii. 111
Eryx, a region of Sicily, v.43, 45
Eryxo, wife of Arcesilaus, iv. 160
Etearchus, king of Axus, iv. 154
, king of the Ammonians, ii. 52
Eteocles, father of Laodamas, v. 61
Euanetus, son of Carenus, vii. 173
Euagoras, a Lacedaemonian, vi. 103
Eualcides, general of the Eretrians, v. 102
Euboea, iv. 33; v. 31; vi. 100; vii. 156;
viii. 4, 13, 20
Euclides and Cleander, vii. 155
Euelthon, king of Salamis, in Cyprus, iv.
162; v. 104
Evenius, father of Deiphonus, ix. 92–94
Euesperides, islands on the coast of Libya,
iv. 171
—, people of Libya, iv. 198
Eumenes, an Athenian captain, viii. 93
Eumenides, temple of the, iv. 149; ix. 97
Eunomus, son of Polydectes, viii. 131
Eupalinus, son of Naustrophus, iii. 60
Euphorbus, son of Alcimachus, vi. 101
Euphorion, father of Æschylus, ii. 156;
vi. 114
—, father of Laphanes, vi. 127
Euphrates, i. 180, 184, 185, 191; v. 52
Euripus, the strait of Euboea, v. 77; vii.
173, 182; viii. 15
Europa of Tyre, i. 2, 173; iv. 45
Europe, iii. 115; iv. 42, 45; vii. 5
Euryanax, son of Dorieus, ix. 10, 53, 55
Eurybates of Argos, vi. 92; ix. 75
Eurybiades, commander of the Grecian
fleet, viii. 2, 42, 74, 124
Euryclides, father of Eurybiades, viii. 2
Eurycrates, son of Polydorus, vii. 204
Eurycratides, son of Anaxander, vii. 204
Eurydame, wife of Leotychides, vi. 71
Eurydemus, father of Ephialtes, vii. 213
Euryleon, a companion of Dorieus, v.46
Eurymachus, father of Leontiades, vii. 205
, son of Leontiades, vii. 233
Euryphon, son of Procles, viii. 131
Eurypylus, son of Aleuas, ix. 58
Eurysthenes, son of Aristodemus, iv. 147;
v. 40; vi. 51, 52; vii. 204; viii. 131
Eurystheus, king of Argos, ix. 26, 27
Eurytus, a Spartan, vii. 229
Euthynus, father of Hermolycus, ix. 105
Eutychides, father of Sophanes, ix. 73
Euxine sea, i. 6, 72; iv. 37, 46
Exampaeus, a Scythian region, iv. 52, 81

Gades, beyond the Pillars of Hercules,
iv. 8
Gaeson, a river near Mycale, ix. 97
Galepsus, a city of Macedonia, vii. 122
Gallaica, a region of Macedonia, vii. 10%

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