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  • Acacius, martyr (2nd cent. ?), i. 104.
  • Academy, at Athens, where Plato taught, vi. 144
  • Acharnae, vi. 279
  • Achilles, ii. 291; vi. 49
  • Actium, vi. 251; battle of, vi. 236
  • Aeneas, ii. 143
  • Aerope, vi. 316
  • Aeschines, ii. 13
  • Agamemnon, ii. 90
  • Aglaius (described as father of Polyidus, but not elsewhere mentioned as such), ii. 264
  • Agrippina the younger, vi. 329
  • Ajax, son of Oileus the Locrian, Homeric hero, ii. 209
  • Ajax, son of Telamon, Homeric hero, ii. 271
  • Alcibiades, ii. 82
  • Alcides, v. Heracles
  • Alcmaeon, son of Amphiaraus, ii. 393
  • Alcman (poet of Sparta, 7th cent. b.c.), ii. 394
  • Alcmene (mother of Heracles), ii. 371; v. 172
  • Alexander the Great, vi. 344
  • Amarynthus (town in Euboea), vi. 156
  • Ambracia, vi. 255
  • Amphiaraus (prophet, one of the Seven against Thebes), ii. 259
  • Amphitryon (husband of Alcmene), ii. 367
  • Anymone (nymph, beloved by Poseidon), ii. 62
  • Anastasius I, Emperor, 491–518 a.d. ii. 404
  • Anaximenes (Ionian philosopher, 6th cent. b.c.) ii. 50
  • Anchises (father of Aeneas), vi. 76
  • Andromache (wife of Hector), ii. 160
  • Anigrus, river in Elis, the caverns near which were supposed to cure skin diseases, vi. 189
  • Antigonus (Gonatas, king of Macedonia, 2nd cent. b.c.) vi. 130
  • Antonia, vi. 244
  • Aphrodite, ii. 78, 99, 288; dedications to, vi. 1, 17–20, 55, 59, 76, 80, 119, 162, 190, 191, 207–211, 248, 275, (Urania) 206, 290, 293, 340, (Lathria = Secret) 300
  • Apollo, ii. 72, 266, 283; dedications to, vi. 7–9, 54, 75, 83, 112, 118, 137, 152, 155, 197, 198, 212, 251, 264, 278, 279, 336, (of the cape) 230
  • Apuleius, author of the “Golden Ass” etc. 2nd cent. a.d. ii. 303
  • Ares, dedications to, vi. 81, 91
  • Argus, v. 262
  • Ariadne, daughter of Minos, beloved by Dionysus, v. 222
  • Aristotle, ii. 16
  • Arsacidae, title of Parthian kings, vi. 332
  • Arsinoe, vi. 277
  • Artemis, dedications to, vi. 59, 97, 111, 121, 127, 128, 240, 266–268, 276, 277, 286, 287, 326, 347, 348, 356, 358, (Aethiopian) 269, (of the lake) 280, (of the harbour) 105, 157, (of the road) 199; as Ilithyia or goddess of childbirth, 146, 200–202, 242, 244, 270–274
  • Ascania, district and lake in Bithynia, vi. 320
  • Asclepius, dedications to, vi. 147, 330, 337
  • Astarte, dedications to, vi. 24
  • Athena, dedications to, vi. 2, 10, 39, 46–48, 59, 86, 103, 120, 123, 124, 131, 141, 151, 153, 159, 160, 174, 194, 195, 204, 205,
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