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General Index

  • Actors, see Singers
  • Adonis, see Aphrodite
  • Adrasteia, xii. 160
  • Alexandria, xi. 262, 306
  • Anastasius I., emperor (491–518 a.d.), xi. 270, 271
  • Antimachus, elegiac poet (5th cent. b.c.), xii. 168
  • Anubis, dog-headed god, xi. 212, 360
  • Aphrodite, prayers to, x. 21, xii. 131; Pandemos. xii. 161; Aphrodite, Adonis, and Eros, statues of, xi. 174
  • Apollo, sacrifice to, xi. 324; prayers to, x. 25, xii. 24–27; statue of, xi. 177
  • Apostles, twelve (?), x. 56
  • Aratus, xi. 318
  • Archilochus, lyric and iambic poet (7th cent. b.c.), birthday of, xi, 20
  • Argos, xii, 129; bad name of the Argives, xi. 439
  • Aristarchus, the grammarian, xi. 140, 347
  • Aristoxenus, philosopher and writer on music (4th cent. b.c.), xi. 352
  • Asta in Italy, clay of, xi. 27
  • Astrologers, see Prophets
  • Athens, degradation of citizenship at, xi. 319
  • Athletes, epigrams on, xi. 82–86, 258, 316
  • Augustus, xi. 75
  • Barbers, epigrams on, xi. 190, 191, 288
  • Baths, epigrams on, xi. 243, 411
  • Callias, tragic poet (3rd cent. b.c.), xi. 12
  • Callimachus, xi, 130, 275, 321, 347
  • Canastra in Thrace, home of Giants, xi. 63
  • Cappadocians, bad name of, xi. 237, 238
  • Castalia, fountain of at Delphi, xi. 24
  • Centaurs, xi. 1, 12
  • Cephallenia, x. 25
  • Chians, bad name of, xi. 235
  • Choerilus of Samos, epic poet (5th cent. b.c.), xi. 218
  • Cilicians, bad name of, xi. 236
  • Cinaedi, epigram on, xi. 272
  • Cleanthes, Stoic philosopher (3rd cent. b.c.), xi. 296
  • Cnidus, xii. 61
  • Commodus, the emperor, xi. 269
  • Cos, xii. 53
  • Cowards, epigrams on, xi. 210, 211
  • Cronos, statue of, xi. 183
  • Cynaegirus (see Indexes to Vols. II. and III.), xi. 335
  • Cynic philosophers, epigrams on, xi. 153–158, 410, 434
  • Cyprus, bad Greek spoken in, xi, 146
  • Danae, xii. 239
  • Dancers, epigrams on, xi. 195, 253–255
  • Daphnis, mythical shepherd, xii. 128
  • Diogenes, xi. 158
  • Dionysius, tyrant of Heraclea (4th cent. b.c.), x. 54
  • Dionysius, Stoic philosopher (4th cent. b.c.), x. 38
  • Dionysus, x. 18; feast of, x. 40
  • Diotimus, poet and grammarian (3rd cent. b.c.), xi. 437
  • Ephesus, xii. 226
  • Epicrates, comic poet (3rd cent. b.c.), xi. 12
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