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Dorus, king of the Dorians, i. 56

Eridanus, a river of Europe, iii. 115
Doryssus, son of Leobotes, vii. 204 Erineum, a mountain, viii. 43
Dotus, a Persian general, vii. 72

Erochus, a city of Phocis, viii. 33
Dropici, a Persian race, i. 125

Erxander, father of Coes, iv. 97; v. 37
Drymus, a city of Phocis, viii. 33

Erythea, an island near Gades, iv. 8
Dryopis, a region of Thessaly, i. 56; viii. 31 Erythræ, a city of Ionia, i. 18, 142; vi. 8
Dryopians in Asia, i. 146

-, a town of Bæotia, ix. 15, 19
of Peloponnesus, viii. 73 Erythrebolus, a city of Egypt, ii. 111
Dyma, a town of Achaia, i. 145

Eryx, a region of Sicily, v. 43, 45
Dymanates, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68 Eryxo, wife of Arcesilaus, iv. 160
Dyras, a river of Trachinia, vii. 198 Etearchus, king of Axus, iv. 154
Dysorum, Mount, v. 17

-, king of the Ammonians, ii. 52

Eteocles, father of Laodamas, v. 61
Ecbatana, a city of Media, i. 110, 153; iii. Euænetus, son of Carenus, vii. 173
64, 92

Euagoras, a Lacedæmonian, vi. 103
-, of Syria, iii. 62

Eualcides, general of the Eretrians, v. 102
Echecrates, father of Eétion, v. 92 Eubea, iv. 33; v. 31; vi. 100; vii. 156 ;
Echemus, son of Aëropus, ix. 26

viii. 4, 13, 20
Echestratus, son of Agis, vii. 204

Euclides and Cleander, vii. 155
Echidorus, a river of Thrace, vii. 124 Euelthon, king of Salamis, in Cyprus, iv.
Echinades, islands at the mouth of the 162; v. 104
Achelous, ii. 10

Evenius, father of Deiphonus, ix. 92-94
Edonians, a people of Thrace, v. 11, 23, Euesperides, islands on the coast of Libya,
124; vii. 110, 114; ix. 75

iv. 171
Eétion, father of Cypselus, v. 92, (5.)

people of Libya, iv. 198
Egestæans, a people of Sicily, v. 46 Eumenes, an Athenian captain, viii. 93
Eion, a city on the Strymon, vii. 25, 113, Eumenides, temple of the, iv. 149; ix. 97
viii. 118

Eunomus, son of Polydectes, viii. 131
Elæus, a city of the Thracian Chersonese, Eupalinus, son of Naustrophus, iii. 60
vi. 140; vii. 22, 33; ix. 116, 120

Euphorbus, son of Alcimachus, vi. 101
Elatea, a city of Phocis, viii. 33

Euphorion, father of Æschylus, ii. 156 ;
Elbo, an island of the Nile, ii. 140

vi. 114
Eleans, ii. 160; iv. 30, 148; vi. 127; viii.

father of Laphanes, vi. 127
27 ; ix. 77

Euphrates, i. 180, 184, 185, 191; v. 52
Elephantine, a city of Upper Egypt, ii. 9, Euripus, the strait of Eubea, v. 77 ; vii.
17, 28, 69; iii. 19, 20

173, 182; viii. 15
Eleusis, a town of Attica, i. 130; v. 74– Europa of Tyre, i. 2, 173 ; iv. 45
76; vi. 75; viii. 65; ix. 27

Europe, iii. 115; iv. 42, 45; vii. 5
Eleusinian Ceres, viii. 65; ix. 57, 101 Euryanax, son of Dorieus, ix. 10, 53, 55
Elis, a country of Peloponnesus, viii. 73 Eurybates of Argos, vi. 92 ; ix. 75
Ellopia, a district of Euboea, viii. 23 Eurybiades, commander of the Grecian
Elorus, a river of Sicily, vii. 154

fleet, viii. 2, 42, 74, 124
Encheleæ, a people of Illyria, v. 61; ix. 43 Euryclides, father of Eurybiades, viii. 2
Enians of Thrace, vii. 132, 185, 198 Eurycrates, son of Polydorus, vii. 204
Enipeus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 129 Eurycratides, son of Anaxander, vii. 204
Eordians of Macedonia, vii. 185

Eurydame, wife of Leotychides, vi. 71
Epaphus, god of the Memphians, ii. 153; Eurydemus, father of Ephialtes, vii. 213
iii. 27, 28

Euryleon, a companion of Dorieus, v. 46
Ephesians, i. 26, 147

Eurymachus, father of Leontiades, vii. 205
Ephesus, i. 142; ii. 10, 148, 158; v. 54

, son of Leontiades, vii. 233
Ephialtes, the traitor, vii. 213

Euryphon, son of Procles, viii. 131
Epicydes, father of Glaucus, vi. 86 Eurypylus, son of Aleuas, ix. 58
Epidamnus, a river of Thessaly, vii. 129, 196 Eurysthenes, son of Aristodemus, iv. 147;
Epidaurus, a town of Peloponnesus, iii. v. 40; vi. 51, 52; vii. 204; viii. 131

52; v. 82, 83; viii. 43, 46; ix. 28 Eurystheus, king of Argos, ix. 26, 27
Epistrophus, father of Amphimnestris, vi. Eurytus, a Spartan, vii. 229
127

Euthynus, father of Hermolycus, ix. 105
Epium, a city of the Minyans, iv. 148 Eutychides, father of Sophanes, ix. 73
Epizelus, son of Cyphagoras, vi. 117 Euxine sea, i. 6, 72; iv. 37, 46
Epizephyrian Locrians, vi. 23

Exampæus, a Scythian region, iv. 52, 81
Erasinus, a river of the Stymphalian lake,
vi. 76

Gades, beyond the Pillars of Hercules,
Erechtheus, king of Athens, v. 82; vii. iv. 8
189; viii. 44, 55

Gæson, a river near Mycale, ix. 97
Eretria, a city of Euboea, i. 61; vi. 43, 94, Galepsus, a city of Macedonia, vii. 122
101, 119; viii. 46; ix. 28

Gallaica, a region of Macedonia, vii. 109

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Gandarians, a people of Asia, iii. 90 ; vii. Harmocydes, general of the Phocians, ix.
66

17
Garamantes, a people of Libya, iv. 174, 183 Harmodius and Aristogiton, v. 55; vi. 109,
Gargaphian fountain, near Platæa, ix. 25, 123
49, 50

Harpagus, a Median prince, i. 80, 108—
Gauanes, brother of Perdiccas, viii. 137 116, 118, 119, 123, 162-176
Gebeleizis, god of the Getæ, iv. 94

a Persian general, vi. 28, 30
Gela, a city of Sicily, vi. 23; vii. 153, 154, Hebe, ix. 98
156

Hebrus, a river of Thrace, iv. 90; vii. 59
Geleon, son of Ion, v. 66

Hecatæus, a Greek historian, ii. 143; v.
Gelon, tyrant of Syracuse, vii. 145—162 36, 125; vi. 137
Gelonus, son of Hercules, iv. 10

Hector, son of Priam, iii. 120
-, a wooden city in Scythia, iv. 108, Hegesander, father of Hecatæus, v. 125 ;
123

vi. 137
Gephyræans, a family at Athens, v. 57, 62 Hegesicles, king of Sparta, i. 65
Geræstus, a town of Eubæa, viii. 7; ix. Hegesipyla, daughter of Olorus, vi. 39
105

Hegesistratus, tyrant of Sigeum, v. 94
Gergis, a Persian general, vii. 82

an Elian diviner, iv. 37
Gergithæ, Teucrians, v. 122 ; vii. 43

a Samian, ix. 90
Germanians, a Persian tribe, i. 125 Hegetorides of Coos, ix. 76
Gerrhus, a region and river of Scythia, iv. Hegias, brother of Tisamenus, ix. 33
19, 47, 53, 71

Helen, wife of Menelaus, ii. 112, 113; v.
Geryon, a monster, iv. 8

94 ; vi. 61; ix. 73
Getæ, a people of Thrace, iv. 93--96 Helice, a city of Achaia, i. 145
Gigonus, a town of Crossæa, vii. 123 Heliconian Neptune, i. 148
Giligammæ, a people of Libya, iv. 169 Heliopolis, a city of Egypt, ii. 3, 7-9, 59,
Gillus, an exile of Tarentum, iii. 138

63
Gindanes, a people of Libya, iv. 176 Helisycians, a people of Gaul, vii. 165
Glaucon, father of Leager, ix. 75

Helle, daughter of Athamas, vii. 58
Glaucus, a Chian artist, i. 25

Hellen, father of Dorus, i. 56
a Spartan, vi. 86

Hellespont, iv. 38, 85, 95; v. 11; vi. 33 ;
, son of Hippolochus, i. 147

vii. 33–36, 54, 137
Glisas, a town near the Thermodon, ix. Hellopian district in Eubea, viii. 23
43

Helots of Sparta, vi. 58, 75, 80, 81; ix. 10,
Gnurus, a Scythian, iv. 76

11, 28, 80
Gobryas, father of Mardonius, iii. 70, 73; Hephæstia, a town of Lemnos, vi. 140
iv. 132, 134; vi. 43; vii. 5, 82

Heraclea, a city of Sicily, iv. 93
Gonnus, a city of Thessaly, vii. 128, 173 Heraclidæ, kings of Sardis, i. 7, 13, 91
Gordius, father of Midas, i. 14; viii. 138

of Sicily, v. 43
son of Midas, i. 35

return to Peloponnesus, ix. 26
Gorgo, daughter of Cleomenes, v. 48, 51; Heraclides, son of Ibanolis, v. 121
vii. 239

father of Aristodicus, i. 158
Gorgus, king of Salamis, in Cyprus, v.

father of Aristagoras, v. 37
104, 115

Heræum, a city of Thrace, iv. 90
-, a Persian general, vii. 98

Hercules, ii. 42—45, 83, 113, 145; iv. 8-
Greeks, passim.

10, 59, 82 ; vi. 108, 116; vii. 179, 193,
Grinus, king of Thera, iv. 150

198, 204 ; viii. 131
Grynea, an Æolian city, i. 149

-, Pillars of, ii. 33; iv. 8, 42, 43,
Gygæa, daughter of Amyntas, v. 21; viii.

181, 185
136

Hermione, a town of Peloponnesus, iii. 59;
Gyges, king of Sardis, i. 8–14, 91

viii. 43, 73; ix. 28
father of Myrsus, iii. 122; v. 121 Hermippus, of Atarnea, vi. 4
Gyndes, a river of Armenia, i. 189, 202; Hermolycus, a valiant Athenian, ix. 105
V. 52

Hermophantes, an Asian Greek, v. 99
Gyzantes, a people of Libya, iv. 194 Hermotimus of Pedasus, viii. 104-106

Hermotybies, Egyptian warriors, ii. 164
Hæmus, Mount, iv. 49

168; vii. 89; ix. 42
Haliacmon, a river of Macedonia, vii. 127 Hermus, a river of Asia Minor, i. 55, 80,
Halicarnassus, a city of Asia Minor, i. v. 101
144 ; ii. 178; viii. 104

Herodotus, i. 1
Halys, a river of Asia Minor, i. 6, 72, 75;

-, an Ionian, viii. 132
v. 52; vii. 26

Herophantus of Parium, iv, 138
Hanno, father of Amilcar, vii. 165 Herpys, a Theban, ix. 38
Harmamithres, a Persian general, vii. 88 Hesiod, the poet, ii. 53; iv. 32
Harmatides, father of Dithyrambus, viii. Hiero, brother of Gelon, vii. 156
227

Hieronymus, an Andrian, ix. 33

Himera, a city of Sicily, vi. 24; vii. 165 Hysiæ, a town of Bæotia, v. 74; vi. 108;
Hipparchus, son of Pisistratus, v. 55, 56 ; ix. 25, 35
vi. 123; vii. 6

Hystanes, father of Badres, vii. 77
Hippias, son of Pisistratus, i. 61; v. 55, Hystaspes, father of Darius, i. 209; iii.
91, 93, 96 ; vi. 107

70; v. 83; vii. 224
Hippoclides, an Athenian, vi. 127, 128, 130

-, son of Darius, vii. 64
Hippoclus of Lampsacus, iv. 138
Hippocoon, father of Scæus, v. 60

Iacchus the mystic, viii. 65
Hippocrates, father of Pisistratus, i. 59; Iadmon, master of Æsop, ii. 134
V. 65

Ialyssus, a Doric city, i. 144
tyrant of Gela, vi. 23; vii. Iamidiæ, diviners of Elis, v. 44; viii. 134;
154, 155

ix. 33
son of Megacles, vi. 131 Iapygia, or Apulia, iii. 138; iv. 99

father of Smyndyrides, vi. 127 Iapyges, Messapian, vii. 170
Hippocratides, son of Leotychides, viii. Iardanus, i. 7
131

Iason, the Argonaut, iv. 179; vii. 193
Hippolaus, promontory in the Euxine, iv. Iatragoras, an Ionian, v. 37
53

Ibanoles, father of Oliatus, v. 37, 122
Hippolochus, father of Glaucus, i. 147 Iberia, i. 163; vii. 165
Hippomachus, a diviner, ix. 38

Icarian sea, vi. 95
Hipponicus, father of Callias, vii. 151 Ichnæ, a city of Bottiæis, vii. 123
-, son of Callias, vi. 121

Ichthyophagi, iii. 19, 20, 23
Histiæotis, a region of Eubea, vii. (175; Ida, Mount, i. 151 ; vii. 42
viii. 23

Idanthyrsus, king of Scythia, iv. 76, 120,
, a region of Thessaly, i. 56

127
Histiæus, tyrant of Miletus, iv. 137, 138, Idrias, a region of Caria, v. 118

141; v. 11, 23, 24, 30, 35, 105-107; vi. Ienysus, a town of Arabia, iii. 5
1-5, 26–30

Ilias, Troas, v. 122
father of Phylacus, viii. 85 Ilissus, a river of Attica, vii. 189

tyrant of Termera, v. 37; vii. 98 Ilium, a city of Troas, i. 5; ii. 10, 118; v.
Homer, ii. 23, 53, 116, 117; iv. 29, 32; v. 94 ; vii. 41
67 ; vii. 161

Illyrians, i. 196 ; iv. 49; ix. 43
Hoples, son of Ion, v. 66

Imbros, an island of the Ægæan sea, v.
Hyampeus, summit of Parnassus, viii. 39 26; vi. 41
Hyampolis, a city of Thessaly, viii. 28, 33 Inarus, a Libyan king, iii. 12, 15; vii. 7
Hyatæ, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68

India, its rare productions, iii. 98, 106; iv.
Hybla, a city of Sicily, vii. 155

40
Hydarnes, a Persian, iii. 70; vi. 133; vii. Indians, iii. 94, 97, 98, 100—106 ; iv. 44 ;
135

V. 3; vii. 187
-, son of Hydarnes, leader of the Indus, the river, iii. 98; iv. 44
Immortals, vii. 83, 211

Ino, wife of Athamas, vii. 197
father of Sisamnes, vii. 65 Intaphernes, a Persian prince, iii. 70, 78,
Hydrea, an island off Peloponnesus, iii. 59 118, 119
Hyela, a city of Enotria, i. 167

Inycus, a city of Sicily, vi. 23
Hygennians, a people of Asia, iii. 90 Io, daughter of Inachus, i. 1, 5; i. 41
Hylæa, a region of Scythia, iv. 9, 18, 54, Iolcus, a town of Magnesia, v. 94
55, 76

Ion, ancestor of the Ionians, v. 106 ; vii.
Hylleans, a tribe at Sicyon, v. 68

94; viii. 44
Hyllus, son of Hercules, vi. 52 ; vii. 204 ; Ionia, Ionians, i. 6, 27, 28, 56, 76, 141--
viii. 131 ; ix. 26

148, 169, 170; ii. 4, 16, 153, 154, 163, 178;
a river of Lydia, i. 80

iii. 90; iv. 95, 98, 133, 136; v. 28, 35
Hymeas, son-in-law of Darius, v. 116, 122 38, 59, 66, 69, 100-102, 108, 117; vi. 7,
Hymettus, Mount, vi. 137

8, 11, 14, 31, 32, 42, 43; vii. 51, 94, 95 ;
Hypachæans, Cilicians, vii. 91

viij. 22, 44, 90, 132; ix. 90–92, 98, 104,
Hypacyris, a river of Scythia, iv. 47, 55 106
Hypanis, a river of Scythia, iv. 17, 18, 47, Ionian gulf, vi. 127
52

Iphiclus, father of Protesilaus, ix. 116
Hyperanthes, son of Darius, vii. 224 Iphigenia, daughter of Agamemnon, iv.
Hyperboreans, iv. 13, 33, 35

103
Hyperoché and Laodice, Hyperborean Irasa, a region of Libya, iv. 158
damsels, iv. 33–35

Is, a city and river of Babylonia, i. 179
Hyrcanians, iii. 117; vii. 62

Isagoras, son of Tisander, v. 66, 69–73
Hyrgis, a river of Scythia, iv. 57

Ischenous, father of Pytheas, vii. 181; viii.
Hyria, a city of Italy, vii. 170

92
Hyræades, a Mardian, i. 84

Isis of the Egyptians, ii. 40, 41, 59, 61,
Hysia, a town of Attica, v. 74

156; iv. 186

Ismaris, a lake of Thrace, vii. 109

Lebæa, a city of Macedonia, viii. 137
Ismenian Apollo, i. 52, 92 ; v. 59; viii. 134 Lebedus, a city of Lydia, i. 142
Issedonians, a people of Northern Asia, Lectus, promontory, ix. 114
i. 201; iv. 13, 15, 25--27

Leipsydrium, a city above Pæonia, v. 62
Ister, a river of Scythia, ii. 33; iv. 47-50 Lemnos, an island of the Ægæan sea, iv.
Isthmus of Corinth, viii. 40; ix. 7, 10

145; v. 26; vi. 138, 140; viii. 73
Cnidian, i. 174

Leo, a Træzenian, vii. 180
of the Chersonese, vi. 36

Leobotes, king of Sparta, i. 65; vii. 204
Istria, country at the mouth of the Ister, Leocedes, son of Phidon, vi. 127
ii. 33; iv. 78

Leon, king of Sparta, i. 65; vii. 205
Italy, i. 167; ii. 136 ; iv. 15; V. 43; vi. 127 Leonidas, king of Sparta, v. 41; vii. 204—
Itanus, a city of Crete, iv. 151

206, 219–228, 238; viii. 114
Ithamatres, a Persian general, vii. 67 Leontiades, a Theban general, vii. 205, 233
Ithamitres, a Persian admiral, viii. 130; | Leontinians, a people of Sicily, vii. 154
ix. 102

Leoprepes, father of Theasides, vi. 85
Juno, i. 31; ii. 50; vi. 81, 82, 182 ; ix. 52,61

-, father of Simonides, vii. 228
Jupiter, Belus, i. 181, 183; iii. 158

Leotychides, king of Sparta, vi. 65—67,
Dodonæan, ii. 54, 55

71-73, 85; vii. 86; viii, 131; ix. 90-
Egyptian, i. 182; ii. 32, 42, 54, 56, 92, 98
83; iv. 181

, son of Anaxilaus, viii. 131
Ethiopian, ii. 29; iii. 25; iv. 5 Lepreum, a city of the Minyans, iv. 148;

Grecian, i. 171; ii. 7; iii. 142; v. ix. 28
66, 119; vi. 56, 58; ix, 7, 81

Leros, an island near Miletus, v. 125
Persian, i. 131 ; vii. 40; viii. 115 Lesbos, an island of the Ægæan sea, i.
Scythian, iv. 59

151, 160; iii. 39; iv. 61; vi. 31
Iyrces, a Scythian people, iv. 22

Leucadians, islanders of the Ionian sea,

viii. 45, 47; ix. 28
Labda, daughter of Amphion, v. 92 Leuce-acté, a coast of Thrace, vii. 25
Labdacus, father of Laïus, v. 59

Leucon, a city of Libya, iv. 160
Labranda, a city of Caria, v. 119

Libya, Libyans, ii. 15—17, 32, 33, 50, 158;
Labynetus, king of Babylon, i. 74, 77

iii. 13, 91, 96 ; iv. 42, 45, 150, 155, 159,
--, king of Assyria, i. 188

168, 172, 180, 181, 186—191, 196—198;
Lacedæmon, Lacedæmonians, i. 56, 65, vii. 71, 86, 165, 184

70, 82, 83, 141, 152; iii. 39, 46, 47, 544 Liches, a Spartan, i. 67
56; iv. 145, 149, 161; v. 15, 29, 39, 42, 62, Lida, Mount, i. 174
63, 68, 91, 92; vi. 48, 52, 56-65, 84, 85, Ligures, a people of Gaul, v. 9; vii. 165
105, 106, 108, 120, 129; vii. 133, 137, 138, Ligyes, a people of Asia, vii. 72
149, 153—156, 202—212, 223—226, 231, Limeneum, a place in the Milesian terri-
234, 239; viii. 1-3, 114, 124, 142; ix. tory, i. 118
6-11, 19, 28, 33, 35, 54, 62, 64, 70, 71, Lindus, a Doric city, i. 144; ii. 182; üi.
73, 81, 85, 102, 106, 124

47; vii. 153
Lacmon, Mount, ix. 92

Lipaxus, a city of Crossæa, vii. 123
Lacrines, a Spartan, i. 152

Lipoxais, son of Targitaus, iv, 5, 6
Lada, an island near Miletus, vi. 7

Lipsydrium, see Leipsydrium.
Ladice, wife of Amasis, ii. 181

Lisæ, a city of Crossæa, vii. 123
Laïus, iv. 149; v. 43, 59

Lissus, a river of Thrace, vii. 108
Lampito, daughter of Leotychides, vi. 71 Locrians, vii. 132
Lampon, an Æginetan, ix. 78

Epizephyrian, vi. 23
son of Thrasycles, ix. 90

-, Opuntian, vii. 132, 203; viii, 1
father of Olympiodorus, ix. 21

Ozolæ, viii. 32
Lamponium, a city of Troas, v. 26

Lotophagi, iv. 177
Lampsacus, a city of the Hellespont, v. 17; Lucina, iv. 35
vi. 37, 38

Lycæan Jupiter, iv. 203
Laodamas, son of Eteocles, v. 61

Lycaretus, brother of Mæandrius, iii. 143;
a Phocæan, iv. 138
Laodice and Hyperoché, iv. 33

Lycia, Lycians, i. 28, 173, 176; iii. 90; vii.
Laphanes, son of Euphorion, vi. 127

77, 92
Laphystian Jupiter, vii. 197

Lycidas, an Athenian senator, ix. 5
Lasonians, a people of Asia, iii. 90; vii. 77 Lycomedes, a valiant Athenian, viii. 11
Lasus of Hermione, vii. 6

Lycopas, a valiant Spartan, iii. 55
Latona, oracle of, ii. 155, 156

Lycophron, son of Periander, iii. 50—53
Laurian mines, vii. 144

Lycurgus, the Spartan legislator, i. 65, 66
Laus, a city of the Sybarites, vi. 21

, an Athenian, i. 59
Leager, son of Glaucon, ix. 75

an Arcadian, vi. 127
Learchus, brother of Arcesilaus, iv. 160 Lycus, a river of Phrygia, vii. 30
Lebadia, a town of Bæotia, viii. 134

-, a river of Scythia, iv. 123

V. 27

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Lycus, a Scythian, iv. 76

-, son of Pandion, i. 173; vii. 92
Lydia, Lydians, i. 7, 35, 54, 74, 76, 79, 80,
93, 94, 103, 154-157, 171; iii. 90 ; v. 49,

101 ; yii. 74
Lydias, a river of Macedonia, vii. 127
Lydus, son of Atys, i. 7, 171; vii. 74
Lygdamis, father of Artemisia, vii. 99

a Naxian, i. 61, 64
Lynceus and Danaus, ii. 91
Lysagoras, a Parian, vi. 133

father of Histiæus, v. 30
Lysanias, an Eretrian, vi. 127
Lysimachus, father of Aristides, viii. 75,95
Lysistratus, an Athenian diviner, viii. 96

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Marea, a city of Egypt, ii. 18, 30
Mares, or Marsians, iii. 94; vii. 79
Mariandynians, a people of Asia Minor,

i. 28; iii. 90; vii. 72
Maris, a river of Scythia, iv. 49
Maron and Alpheus, vii. 227
Maronea, a city of Thrace, vii. 109
Mars, the Egyptian, ii. 63, 83

the Scythian, iv. 59, 62
Marsyas, a river of Phrygia, v. 119

, Silenus, vii. 26
Mascames, a Persian governor, vii. 105,

106
Masistes, son of Darius, vii. 82 ; ix. 107,

113
Masistius, see Macistius

, son of Siromitres, vii. 79
Maspians, a Persian tribe, i. 125
Massages, a Persian general, vii. 71
Massagetæ, a people of Northern Asia, i.

201, 205, 212, 214-216; iv. 11, 172
Matianian mountains, i. 189, 202
Matienians, i. 72; iii. 94; v. 49, 52; vii. 72
Mausolus, v. 118
Maxyes of Libya, iv. 191
Mazares, a Mede, i. 156, 161
Mecistes, brother of Adrastus, v. 67
Mecyberna, a city of Thrace, vii. 122
Medea, daughter of the king of Colchis,

i. 2; vii. 62
Medes, i. 95--101; iv. 37, 40; vii. 62, 67,

86, 210; ix. 73, 74, 77, 102-104, 106,

130
Media, i. 72, 110, 132, 135; iii. 82, 92; vi.

112; vii. 116
Megabates, a Persian general, v. 32 ; vii. 97
Megabazus, son of Megabates, vii. 97
Megabyzus, (also called Megabazus,) a

Persian general, iii. 70, 81; iv. 143, 144 ;
v. 1, 14, 23

son of Zopyrus, iii. 160 ; vii. 82
Megacles, an Athenian, i. 59, 61–64; vi.
125

-, son of Alcmæon, vi. 127-130

, son of Hippocrates, vi. 131
Megacreon of Abdera, vii. 120
Megadostes, father of Mascames, vii. 105
Megapanus, governor of Babylon, vii. 62
Megara, Megarians, i. 59 ; ix. 14, 21

of Sicily, vii. 156
Megasidras, father of Dotus, vii. 72
Megistias, diviner to the Spartans at Ther-

mopylæ, vii. 219, 221, 228
Melampus, a seer, ii. 49; vii. 221; ix. 34
Melampygus, a rock near the Asopus, vii.

216
Melanchlanians, a people of Northern

Asia, iv. 20, 100, 102, 107
Melanippus, a hero, v. 67

of Mitylene, v. 95
Melanthius, an Athenian commander, v.

97
Melanthus, father of Codrus, i. 147; v. 65
Melas, a river of Thessaly, vii. 198
Melanic gulf and river, vi. 41; vii. 58
Meles, king of Sardis, i. 84

72

99, 101

Maces, a people of Libya, iv. 172, 175;

V. 42
Macednic race, i. C,6; viii. 43
Macedonia, Macedonians, v. 22; vi. 44;

vii. 126, 127 ; viii. 137 ; ix. 30
Machlyes, a people of Libya, iv. 178
Macistius, or Mas istius, a Persian general,

ix. 20-24
Macistus, a city of the Minyans, iv. 148
Macrobian Æthiopians, see Æthiopians
Macrones, a people beyond the Thermo-

don, ii. 104 ; iii. 94; vii. 78
Mactorium, a town of Sicily, vii. 153
Madyes, a Scythian, i. 103
Madytus, a city of the Chersonese, vii. 33 ;

ix. 120
Mæander, a river of Caria, i. 18; ii. 29;

iii. 122 ; v. 118;, vii. 26
Mæandrius, a Sainian, iii. 123, 142-148;

v. 27
Mæonians, Lydian, i. 7; vii

. 74
Cabalia!n, vii. 77
Mæotis, Palus, i. 194 ; iv. 3, 5, 57, 86,
Magdolus, a city of Syria, ii. 159
Magi, a Median tribe, i. 101
Magnesia of Asia Minor, i. 161; iï. 122

of Macedor ia, vii. 176, 183, 193
Magnetes of Europe, vii. 132

of Asia, iii. 90
Malean promontory, i. 82 ; iv. 179 ; vii. 168
Malena, a city of Atarnea, vi. 29
Males, brother of Titormus, vi. 127
Maliac territory and gulf, iv. 33; vii. 132,

196, 198; viii. 31
Mandane, daughter of Astyages, i. 107
Mandrocles, a Samian architect, iv. 87, 88
Manes, king of Lydia, i. 94 ; iv. 45
Mantineans, iv. 161; vii. 202 ; ix. 77
Mantyas and Pigres, v. 12
Mapen, son of Siromus, vii. 98
Maraphians, a tribe of Persians, i. 125

iv. 167
Marathon, i. 62; vi. 106, 107

Tardians, a Persian tribe, i. 84, 125
Mardonius, vi. 43–45, 94; vii. 54-9, 82 ;

viii. 100—113, 133-136; ix. 1-4, 12–

15, 38, 49, 59, 63, 84
Mardontes, a Persian general, vii. 80; viii.

130; ix. 102

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