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General Index

The references, unless otherwise stated, are toBook VII epit. = epitaph

  • Abdera, town in Thrace, 226
  • Abrotonon, mother of Themistocles, epit. on, 306
  • Acestoria or Aceso, daughter of Asclepius, = Medicine, 559
  • Acharnae, Attic deme, 21
  • Acheron, 181, 203, 482, 486, 488, 568, 648, 726, 732
  • Achilles, epit. on, 142, 143
  • Acmonia, town in Phrygia, 332
  • Actaeon (devoured by his dogs), 206
  • Adeimantus, Corinthian admiral, epit. on, 347
  • Adonis, 407
  • Adrastus, King of Argos and Sicyon, 431
  • Aeanae, town in Macedonia, 390
  • Aegina, 272
  • Aegisthus, 745
  • Aenus, town in Thrace, 725
  • Aeschylus, epit. on, 39, 40, 411
  • Ajax, the greater, epit. on, 145–152
  • Alcestis, 691
  • Alcman, lyric poet, 7th century b.c., epit. on, 18, 19, 709
  • Alexandria, 78, viii. 100
  • Alexander the Great, 139, 243, epit. on, 239, 240
  • Ambracia, 231
  • Ammon oracle of, 687
  • Amphipolis, 485, 502, 705
  • Anacharsis, epit. on, 92
  • Anacreon, epit. on, 23–33
  • Anaxagoras, pre-Socratic philosopher, epit. on, 94, 95
  • Anaxarchus, philosopher of the school of Democritus, epit on, 133
  • Andros, 631
  • Antimachus of Colophon, epic and elegiac poet, epit. on, 409
  • Antioch, 589
  • Antipater of Sidon (v. Index of Authors), epit. on, 428
  • Antisthenes, Cynic philosopher, epit. on, 115
  • Apis, 744
  • Aous, river in Epirus, 366
  • Arcesilaus, Academic philosopher, epit. on, 104
  • Archelaus, King of Macedonia, 54
  • Archilochus, lyric and iambic poet, 7th century b.c., 351, 352; epit on, 69–71, 664, 674
  • Arcturus (both rising and setting dangerous for navigation), 295, 392, 495, 503, 539
  • Arethusa, fountain in Macedonia, 51
  • Argo, 637
  • Arianza (site unknown), viii. 155
  • Aristaeus, viii. 29
  • Aristocles, Plato’s original name, 60
  • Aristomenes, Messenian hero, 7th century b.c., epit. on, 161
  • Ariston, father of Plato, 61
  • Aristophanes, epit. on, 38
  • Aristotle, epit. on, 107
  • Ascania, lake in Bithynia, 701
  • Ascra, home of Hesiod, 52–54
  • Asopus, river in Peloponnese, 412
  • Astacus, town in Bithynia, 627
  • Aster, a youth beloved by Plato, 669, 670
  • Atalanta, 413
  • Atarne, town in Mysia, 89
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