Xenophon, Cyropaedia, Volume II

LCL 52: 462-463

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References are to Book, Chapter, and Section. The bracketed form of the name is that which appears in the cuneiform inscriptions.

  • Abradatas, king of Susa, v. i. 3; vi. iii. 35; husband of Panthea, v. i. 3; ambassador to Bactria, v. i. 3; joins Cyrus, vi. i. 45–49; furnishes war chariots, vi. i. 50. 51; vi. ii. 7; seeks the post of danger, vi. iii. 35–36; is arrayed for battle, vi. iv. 2–4; his parting from Panthea, vi. iv. 9–11; his last interview with Cyrus, vii. i. 15–18; his death, vii. i. 29–32; vii. iii. 3; his burial, vii. iii. 2–15
  • Adusius, a Persian officer, sent to settle the civil strife in Caria, vii. iv. 1–7; sent against Phrygia, vii. iv. 8–11; made satrap of Caria, viii. vi. 7
  • Aegyptian. See Egyptian
  • Aeolis, the northern division of Greek western Asia Minor, vi. ii. 10; with lesser Phrygia a satrapy, viii. vi. 7
  • Aeolian, belonging to Aeolis, serving perforce under Croesus, vi. ii. 10
  • Aethiopia. See Ethiopia
  • Aglaïtadas, an austere captain, ii. ii. 11–16
  • Agriculture, encouraged by Cyrus, iii. ii. 18–23; v. iv. 24–28
  • Alceunas, an officer commanding Cadusian cavalry, v. iii. 42
  • Andamyas, a Mede, an infantry officer, v. iii. 38
  • Apollo, the great god of light, the giver of oracles, vii. ii. 15, 16, 25, 28
  • Arabia [arabâya=the level country], not the Arabian peninsula, but the land along the left bank of the Euphrates in southern Mesopotamia; subject to Assyria, i. v. 2; joins the Assyrian, ii. i. 5; subdued by Cyrus, i. i. 4; vii. iv. 16; its war chariots, vi. i. 27; a satrapy, viii. vi. 7. See Arabian
  • Arabian, native of Arabia, i. i. 4; i. v. 2; in the Assyrian army, iv. ii. 31; iv. v. 56; vi. ii. 10; their king slain, iv. ii. 31; in Cyrus’s army, vii. v. 14. See Arabia
  • Aragdus, king of Arabia, ii. i. 5; subject to the Assyrian, i. v. 2; slain, iv. ii. 31
  • Araspas [Harâspa], a Mede, an intimate friend of Cyrus’s boyhood, v. i. 2; presented with Cyrus’s Median dress, i. iv. 26; v. i. 2; charged with the keeping of Panthea, v. i. 2; describes her, v. i. 4–7; discusses the theory of love, v. i. 8–17; vi. i. 36–41; falls in love with Panthea, v. i. 18; vi. i. 31–35; vi. iii. 14; is sent as a spy, vi. i. 38–45; vi. iii. 11; returns, vi. iii. 14–17; gives an account of the enemy’s forces, vi. iii. 18–20
  • Aribaeus, king of Cappadocia, allied with the Assyrian, ii. i. 5; slain, iv. ii. 31
  • Ariobarzanes [Ariyavarzana], satrap of Lydia, Ionia, and Phrygia; revolts from Artaxerxes Mnemon