« PreviousContinue »
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
liARCHI 26, 1938
Gp 2017 (
Volume I. Pago 8, line 37, for “ Atte” read “ Attes." As vii. 17,
20. (Catullus' Attis.)
Volum. II. Page 61, last line, for "earth” read “ Earth."
Pago 95, line 9, for “ Camira" read “ Camirus."
line 2, for "other kinds of Aules" road "othor
OW the country between Elis and Sicyonia which
Acbaia from its inhabitants, but in ancient times was called Ægialus and its inhabitants Ægialians, according to the tradition of the Sicyonians from Ægialeus, who was king of what is now Sicyonin, others say from the position of the country which is mostly on the sea-shore.' After the death of Hellen his song chased their brotber Xuthus out of Thessaly, accusing him of baving privately helped himself to their father's money. And he fled to Athens, and was thought worthy to marry the daughter of Erechtheus, and he had by her two sons Achæus and Ion. After the death of Erechthens he was chosen to decide which of his song should be king, and, because he decided in favour of Cecrops the eldest, the other sons of Erechtheus drove him out of the country: and he went to Ægialus and there lived and died. And of his sons Acbons took an army from Ægialus and Athens and returned to Thessaly, and took possession of the throne of his ancestors, and Ion, while gathering together an army against the Ægialians and their king Šelinus, received messengers from Selinus offering him his only child Helice in marriage, and adopting him as his son and heir. And Ion was very well contented with this, and after the death of Selinus reigned over the Ægialians, and built Helice which he called after the name of his wife, and
Ægialns (alyalós) is Greek for sea-shore. In this last vlow compare :he names Pomerania, Glamorganshira