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  • Leucas, island on the west coast of Greece, vi. 251
  • Leucothea, v. Ino
  • Locri (western, in Italy), vi. 132
  • Lucania, vi. 129, 130
  • Lycomedes, at whose court Achilles was brought up as a girl, v. 255
  • Lycoris, peak of Parnassus, vi. 54
  • Lyctus, city in Crete, vi. 75
  • Machaon, Homeric surgeon, son of Asclepius, v. 225
  • Maeander, river in Lydia, vi. 110, 286, 287
  • Maenalus, mountain in Arcadia, vi. 112
  • Mardrocles, of Samos, architect, vi. 341
  • Marcellus, vi. 161
  • Melampus, supposed founder of prophecy and medicine, ii. 243
  • Melicertes, v. Ino
  • Melite (Malta or Meleda?), i. 97
  • Menander, comic poet, 4th cent. b.c. ii. 361
  • Menelaus, ii. 165
  • Michael, Emperor, 9th cent. a.d. i. 106, 107
  • Moon-goddess, dedication to, vi. 58
  • Muses, dedications to, vi. 62, 66, 295, 308, 310, 336, 338
  • Naucratis (in the Delta), vi. 207
  • Nemea, games of (in the Peloponnesus), vi. 259
  • Neoptolemus or Pyrrhus, son of Achilles, ii. 56, 192
  • Nereus, dedications to, vi. 164
  • Nero, dedication to, vi. 321, 328
  • Nicolas, St, Bishop of Myra, 3rd century, i. 89
  • Niobe, who when turned into stone, did not cease to mourn for her children’s death, v. 229
  • Nilus, hermit and theological writer, 4th cent. a.d. i. 100
  • Nymphs, dedications to, vi. 25, 26, 154, 156, 159, 203, (of Anigrus) 189, (of the Grotto) 224
  • Odrysae, people of Thrace, vi. 122
  • Odysseus, ii. 172; vi. 314
  • Oedipus, vi. 323
  • Oenone, nymph beloved by Paris, ii. 215
  • Oeta, mountain in Thessaly, vi. 3
  • Olybrius, v. Placidia
  • Omphale, Queen of Lydia, vi. 358
  • Orbelus, mountain in Macedonia, vi. 114–116
  • Orchomenus (in Arcadia), vi. 109
  • Ortygia = Delos, vi. 121, 273
  • Paeanian, the “deme” of Demosthenes, ii. 23
  • Palaemon, v. Ino
  • Palaephatus, mythical (?) epic poet of Athens, ii. 36
  • Pallas, v. Athena
  • Pallene, isthmus of, vi. 195
  • Pan, dedications to, vi. 11–16, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 42, 57, 73, 78, 79, 82, 96, 99, 106–109, 154, 158, 167, 168, 170, 176, 177, 179–188, 196, 221, 232, 334
  • Panthous, v. Clytius
  • Paris, ii. 215
  • Patroclus, vi. 49
  • Pausanias, victor of Plataea, 479 b.c. vi. 197, v. Thuc. i. 132
  • Peitho, goddess of persuasion, v. 137, 195, dedications to, vi. 55
  • Pellene, city of Achaea, vi. 151
  • Pelorium, promontory of Sicily, vi. 224
  • Penelope, vi. 289, 314
  • Pericles, ii. 117
  • Pherecydes, teacher of Pythagoras, ii. 351
  • Philip, son of Demetrius, king of Macedonia, 2nd cent. b.c. vi. 114–116
  • Philomela, v. Itylus
  • Pholoe, mountain in Elis, vi. 3, 111
  • Phrygia (Burnt), vi. 281
  • Phryne (the courtesan), vi. 260
  • Phyllis, v. Demophoon
  • Piraeus, vi. 349
  • Pisa (near Olympia), vi. 350
  • Piso, dedication to, vi. 335
  • Placidia, daughter of Eudoxia (q.v.) and Valentinian III., wife of Olybrius, i. 12
  • Plate, i. 34
  • Plato, ii. 97
  • Polycarp, martyr, 2nd cent. i. 87, 89
  • Polyclitus, the celebrated sculptor, 5th cent. b.c., v. 15
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  • Polyeuctus, martyr, 3rd cent. i. 10
  • Polyidus, soothsayer (?) v. Il. v. 148, but there is also a dithyrambic poet of this name about 400 b.c. ii. 42
  • Polyxena, daughter of Priam, ii. 196
  • Pompey, ii. 398
  • Poseidon, ii. 65, dedications to, vi. 4, 30, 38, 69, 70, 90, 246, (Isthmian) 233
  • Praxiteles, the celebrated sculptor, 4th cent. b.c., v. 15; vi. 317
  • Priapus, dedications to, vi. 21, 22, 102, 254, (of the beach) 33, 89, 192, 193, 232, 292
  • Prometheus, vi. 352
  • Ptolemy I, vi. 277
  • Pylaemenes, vi. 241
  • Pyrrhus, v. Neoptolemus
  • Pyrrhus, king of Epirus, 3rd cent. b.c. vi. 130
  • Pythagoras, ii. 121
  • Pytho = Delphi, vi. 141
  • Rhea, v. Cybele
  • Rhodes, Colossus of, vi. 171
  • St. Sophia, i. 1
  • Samothracian deities, v. Cabirl
  • Sangarius, river in Asia Minor, vi. 220, 234
  • Sappho, ii. 69
  • Sarpedon, Trojan hero, killed by Patroclus, ii. 277
  • Saturnalia, vi. 322
  • Satyrs, dedication to, vi. 41
  • Seleucus (several kings of Syria bore this name), vi. 10
  • Serapis, Egyptian god, dedications to, vi. 148
  • Simonides, of Ceos, 6th and 5th cent. b.c. ii. 45
  • Sophia, wife of Justin II. i., 2, 11
  • Sophocles, vi. 145
  • Stesichorus, lyric poet, 7th cent. b.c. ii. 125
  • Strymon, river in northern Greece, vi. 208
  • Sun-god, dedications to, vi. 171
  • Symaethus, river in Sicily, vi. 203
  • Syrian goddess, v. Astarte
  • Tantalus, v. 236
  • Taphii or Teleboae, inhabitants of islands off the west coast of Greece, ii. 369: vi. 6
  • Teleboae, v. Taphii
  • Telephus, wounded by Achilles (v. note, page 285), v. 225, 291
  • Terpander, poet and musician, 7th cent. b.c. ii. 111
  • Theodora, wife of Justinian, i. 91
  • Theodorus (Byzantine official), i. 36, 97, 98
  • Theodorus (Martyr, a.d. 306), i. 6
  • Theodosius I, Emperor, 379–395, i. 10
  • Theodosius II, Emperor, 408–450 i. 105
  • Thespiae, city of Boeotia, vi. 344, dedication to, 260
  • Thucydides, ii. 372
  • Thymoetes, v. Clytius
  • Tiberius, dedication to, vi. 235
  • Tmolus, mountain in Lydia, vi. 234
  • Trachis, city in the north of Greece, vi. 3
  • Trajan, vi. 332
  • Trophimus, St. supposed first bishop of Arles, i. 18
  • Tyrrhenian = Etruscan, vi. 151, 350
  • Ulysses, v. Odysseus
  • Virgil, ii. 414
  • Xenophon, ii. 388
  • Zephyr, dedication to, vi. 53
  • Zeus, dedications to, vi. 84, 135, (Casian) 332, (Liberator) 50, (Perfector) 242, (Panomphoean = author of all oracles). 52
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