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Gandarians, a people of Asia, iii. 90; vii.
66
Garamantes, a people of Libya, iv. 174, 183
Gargaphian fountain, near Plataea, ix. 25,
49, 50
Gauanes, brother of Perdiccas, viii. 137
Gebeleizis, god of the Getae, iv. 94
Gela, a city of Sicily, vi. 23; vii. 153, 154,
156
Geleon, son of Ion, v. 66
Gelon, tyrant of Syracuse, vii. 145–162
Gelonus, son of Hercules, iv. 10
—, a wooden city in Scythia, iv. 108,
123
Gephyraeans, a family at Athens, v. 57, 62
Geraestus, a town of Euboea, viii. 7; ix.
105
Gergis, a Persian general, vii. 82
Gergithae, Teucrians, v. 122; vii. 43
Germanians, a Persian tribe, i. 125
Gerrhus, a region and river of Scythia, iv.
19, 47, 53, 71
Geryon, a monster, iv. 8
Getae, a people of Thrace, iv. 93–96
Gigonus, a town of Crossaea, vii. 123
Giligammae, a people of Libya, iv. 169
Gillus, an exile of Tarentum, iii. 138
Gindanes, a people of Libya, iv. 176
Glaucon, father of Leager, ix. 75
Glaucus, a Chian artist, i. 25
, a Spartan, vi. 86
, son of Hippolochus, i. 147
Glisas, a town near the Thermodon, ix.
43
Gnurus, a Scythian, iv. 76
Gobryas, father of Mardonius, iii. 70, 73;
iv. 132, 134; vi. 43; vii. 5, 82
Gonnus, a city of Thessaly, vii. 128, 173
Gordius, father of Midas, i. 14; viii. 138
, son of Midas, i. 35
Gorgo, daughter of Cleomenes, v. 48, 51;
vii. 239
Gorgus, king of Salamis, in Cyprus, v.
104, 115
, a Persian general, vii. 98
Greeks, passim.
Grinus, king of Thera, iv. 150
Grynea, an AEolian city, i. 149
Gygaea, daughter of Amyntas, v. 21 ; viii.
136

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Harmocydes, general of the Phocians, ix.

Harmodius and Aristogiton, v. 55; vi. 109,
123
Harpagus, a Median prince, i. 80, 108–
116, 118, 119, 123, 162–176
—, a Persian general, vi. 28, 30
Hebe, ix. 98
Hebrus, a river of Thrace, iv. 90; vii. 59
Hecataeus, a Greek historian, ii. 143; v.
36, 125; vi. 137
Hector, son of Priam, iii. 120
Hoer, father of Hecataeus, v. 125;
vi. 13
Hegesicles, king of Sparta, i. 65
Hegesipyla, daughter of Olorus, vi. 39
Hegesistratus, tyrant of Sigeum, v. 94
—, an Elian diviner, iv. 37
—, a Samian, ix. 90
Hegetorides of Coos, ix. 76
Hegias, brother of Tisamenus, ix. 33
Helen, wife of Menelaus, ii. 112, 113; v.
94; vi. 61; ix. 73
Helice, a city of Achaia, i. 145
Heliconian Neptune, i. 148
Heliopolis, a city of Egypt, ii. 3, 7–9, 59,
63

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Labda, daughter of Amphion, v. 92
Labdacus, father of Laius, v. 59
Labranda, a city of Caria, v. 119
Labynetus, king of Babylon, i. 74, 77
——, king of Assyria, i. 188
Lacedaemon, Lacedaemonians, i. 56, 65,
70, 82, 83, 141, 152; iii. 39, 46, 47, 54–
56; iv. 145, 149, 161; v. 15, 29, 39,42, 62,
63, 68, 91, 92; vi. 48, 52, 56–65, 84, 85,
105,106, 108, 120, 129; vii. 133, 137, 138,
149, 153–156, 202–212, 223–226, 231,
234, 239; viii. 1–3, 114, 124, 142; ix.
6–11, 19, 28, 33, 35, 54,62, 64, 70, 71,
73, 81, 85, 102, 106, 124
Lacmon, Mount, ix. 92
Lacrines, a Spartan, i. 152
Lada, an island near Miletus, vi. 7
Ladice, wife of Amasis, ii. 181
Laius, iv. 149; v. 43, 59
Lampito, daughter of Leotychides, vi. 71
Lampon, an AEginetan, ix. 78
, son of Thrasycles, ix. 90
—, father of Olympiodorus, ix. 21
Lamponium, a city of Troas, v. 26
Lampsacus, a city of the Hellespont, v.17;
vi. 37, 38
Laodamas, son of Eteocles, v. 61
—, a Phocaean, iv. 138
Laodice and Hyperoché, iv. 33
Laphanes, son of Euphorion, vi. 127
Laphystian Jupiter, vii. 197
Lasonians, a people of Asia, iii. 90; vii. 77
Lasus of Hermione, vii. 6
Latona, oracle of, ii. 155, 156
Laurian mines, vii. 144
Laus, a city of the Sybarites, vi. 21
Leager, son of Glaucon, ix. 75
Learchus, brother of Arcesilaus, iv. 160
Lebadia, a town of Boeotia, viii. 134

- Leontiades, a Theban general, vii. 205, 233

Lebaea, a city of Macedonia, viii. 137
Lebedus, a city of Lydia, i. 142
Lectus, promontory, ix. 114
Leipsydrium, a city above Paeonia, v. 62
Lemnos, an island of the AEgaean sea, iv.
145; v. 26; vi. 138, 140; viii. 73
Leo, a Troezenian, vii. 180
Leobotes, king of Sparta, i. 65; vii. 204
Leocedes, son of Phidon, vi. 127 -
Leon, king of Sparta, i. 65; vii. 205
Leonidas, king of Sparta, v.41; vii. 204—
206, 219–228, 238; viii. 114

Leontinians, a people of Sicily, vii. 154
Leoprepes, father of Theasides, vi. 85
—, father of Simonides, vii. 228
Leotychides, king of Sparta, vi. 65–67,
71–73, 85; vii. 86; viii. 131; ix. 90–
92, 98
, son of Anaxilaus, viii. 131
Lepreum, a city of the Minyans, iv. 148;
ix. 28
Leros, an island near Miletus, v. 125
Lesbos, an island of the AEgaean sea, i.
151,160; iii. 39; iv. 61; vi. 31
Leucadians, islanders of the Ionian sea,
viii. 45, 47; ix. 28
Leuce-acté, a coast of Thrace, vii. 25
Leucon, a city of Libya, iv. 160
Libya, Libyans, ii. 15–17, 32, 33, 50, 158;
iii. 13, 91, 96; iv. 42, 45, 150, 155, 159,
168, 172, 180, 181, 186—191, 196—198;
vii. 71, 86, 165, 184
Liches, a Spartan, i. 67
Lida, Mount, i. 174
Ligures, a people of Gaul, v. 9; vii. 165
Ligyes, a people of Asia, vii. 72
Limeneum, a place in the Milesian terri-
tory, i. 118
Lindus, a Doric city, i. 144; ii. 182; iii.
47; vii. 153
Lipaxus, a city of Crossaea, vii. 123
Lipoxais, son of Targitaus, iv. 5, 6
Lipsydrium, see Leipsydrium.
Lisae, a city of Crossaea, vii. 123
Lissus, a river of Thrace, vii. 108
Locrians, vii. 132
—, Epizephyrian, vi. 23
—, Opuntian, vii. 132, 203; viii. 1
—, Ozolae, viii. 32
Lotophagi, iv. 177
Lucina, iv. 35
Lycaean Jupiter, iv. 203
Lycaretus, brother of Maeandrius, iii. 143;
W. 27
Lycia, Lycians, i. 28, 173, 176; iii. 90; vii.
77, 92
Lycidas, an Athenian senator, ix. 5
Lycomedes, a valiant Athenian, viii. 11
Lycopas, a valiant Spartan, iii. 55
Lycophron, son of Periander, iii. 50–53
Lycurgus, the Spartan legislator, i. 65, 66
, an Athenian, i. 59
, an Arcadian, vi. 127
Lycus, a river of Phrygia, vii. 30
, a river of Scythia, iv. 123

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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
Massagetae, 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 Alcmaeon, 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-
mopylae, vii. 219, 221, 228
Melampus, a seer, ii. 49; vii. 221 : ix. 34
Melampygus, a rock near the Asopus, vii.

Melanchlaenians, 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

Meliboea, a city of Magnesia, vii. 188
Melians, or Malians, vii. 132
Melissa, wife of Periander, iii. 50; v. 92
Membliarus, son of Paeciles, iv. 147
Memnon, city of, vii. 151
Memphis, a city of Egypt, ii. 3, 10, 99
Menares, father of Leotychides, vi. 65, 71;
viii. 131
Menda, a city of Pallene, vii. 123
Mendes, Egyptian Pan, ii. 42, 46
Mendesian plain, ii. 42, 46,166
— mouth of the Nile, ii. 17
Menelaus, husband of Helen, ii. 119
Menes, first king of Egypt, ii. 4, 99
Menius, brother of Eurydamé, vi. 71
Merbal, son of Agbal, vii. 98
Mercury, ii. 51, 138
—, Thracian, v. 7
Mermnades, kings of Sardis, i. 7, 14
Meroë, a city of AEthiopia, ii. 29
Mesambria, a city of Thrace, iv. 93; vi.
33; vii. 108 -
Messana, a city of Sicily, vii. 164
Messapian Japyges, vii. 170
Messenians of Peloponnesus, ix. 35, 64
Metapontines of Italy, iv. 15
Methymnae, a city of Lesbos, i. 151
Metiochus, son of Miltiades, vi. 41
Metrodorus, tyrant of Proconnesus, iv.
138
Micythus, servant of Anaxilaus, vii. 170
Midas, king of Phrygia, i. 14, 35; viii. 138
Miletus and Milesians, of Ionia, i. 14, 15,
17–22, 142, 143; ii. 33; v. 28–30, 36,
120; vi. 5, 18, 20, 21; ix. 97
Milo, a wrestler, iii. 137
Miltiades, son of Cypselus, vi. 34–38
, son of Cimon, tyrant of the
Chersonese, iv. 137; vi. 33–41, 104,
109, 132–137, 140
Milyas, a province of Asia, i. 175; iii. 90 ;
vii. 77
Minerva, Egyptian, ii. 62, 83, 175, 182
——, Grecian, i. 19, 22, 62, 92, 160,
175; iii. 59; iv. 180,188, 189; v. 45, 59,
72, 82, 83, 95; vii. 43, 72; viii. 37, 39,
55, 94, 104; ix. 70
, Libyan, iv. 189
Minoa, a colony from Selinus, v. 46
Minos, of Cnossus, iii. 122
, son of Europa, i. 173; vii. 169—

171
Minyans, descendants of the Argonauts,
i. 146; iv. 145–148
Mitra, the Persian Venus, i. 131
Mitradates, foster father of Cyrus, i. 110,
111
Mitrobates, a Persian prince, iii. 120–127
Mitylene, capital of Lesbos, i. 27, 160; ii.
78; v. 94
Mnesarchus, father of Pythagoras, iv. 95
Mohius. friend of Themistocles, viii.
5
Moeris, king of Egypt, ii. 13, 101
, lake of, ii. 4, 69, 148, 149; iii. 91
Moloeis, a stream of Boeotia, ix. 57

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Naparis, a river of Scythia, iv. 48
Nasamones, a people of Libya, ii. 32; iv.
172, 182, 190 i
Natho, an island of the Nile, ii. 165
Naucratis, a port of lie Delta, ii. 97, 135,
178, 179 -
Nauplia, a port of Argolis, vi. 76
Naustrophus, father of Eupalinus, iii. 60
Naxos, one of the Cyclades, i. 64; v. 28,
30; vi. 96; vii. 154; viii. 46
Neapolis, a town of Pallene, vii. 123
—, a city of Egypt, ii. 91
Neco, father of Psammitichus, ii. 152
—, king of Egypt, ii. 158, 159; iv. 42
Neleus, son of Codrus, v. 65; ix. 97
Neocles, father of Themistocles, vii. 173
Neon, a town of Phocis, viii. 32, 33
Neon-Teichos, an AEolian town, i. 149
Neptune, i. 148; ii. 50; iv. 59, 180, 188;
vii. 129, 192; viii. 55, 123, 129; ix. 81
Nereids, vii. 191 -
Nestor, father of Pisistratus, v. 65
Nestus, a river near Abdera, vii. 109, 126
Neurians, a Scythian people, iv. 17, 51,
100, 105 *

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