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General Index

Unless otherwise stated the references are to Book XVI.

  • Aegeus, oracle to, xiv. 150
  • Aesop, statue of, by Lysippus, 332
  • Agathias Scholasticus, portrait of, 316
  • Ageladas, sculptor, 220
  • Ajax, picture of, by Timomachus, 83
  • Alcaeus of Messene, epigram on, 26b
  • Alcathous, founder of Megara, 279
  • Alexander the Great, statues of, by Lysippus, 119–121; as a child, 122; at Constantinople, 345
  • Anacreon, statue of, 306–309
  • Andromache, xiv. 9
  • Andromeda, painting of, 147, 148
  • Antaeus, see Heracles
  • Anteros, see Eros
  • Apelles, his Aphrodite Anadyomene, 178–182
  • Aphrodite, xiii. 1; dedication of flute to, xiii. 20; statue of, armed, at Sparta, 171, 177; statue of, by Praxiteles, at Cnidus, 159–163; statues of, 68, 249; picture of, by Apelles, 178–182
  • Apollo, dedication to, xiii. 22
  • Archilochus, oracle concerning, xiv. 113
  • Ariadne, statue of, 145, 146
  • Ariadne, wife of the emperor Zeno (a.d. 474–491), statue of, 69
  • Arion, statue of, 276
  • Aristides, the rhetor, 315–320
  • Aristocles, sculptor, 220
  • Aristotle, portrait of, 329, 330
  • Armenia, conquest of, 61
  • Artemis, statue of, huntress, 157: picture of, unarmed, 253; Dictynna in Crete, 258
  • Ascania, lake near Nicaea, xv. 6, 7
  • Atalanta and Hippomenes, group of, 144
  • Athena, dedication to, xiii. 13; statue of, armed, at Athens, 157, 169, 170; temple of, at Lindus in Rhodes, xv. 11
  • Athletes, statues of, 52–55
  • Augustus, 40
  • Aurelianus, Praetorian Praefect (3rd and 4th cent. a.d.), statue of, 73
  • Bacchae of Euripides, represented in ballet, 289, 290
  • Bacchants, statues of, 57–60
  • Baths, epigrams on, 280, 281
  • Berenice, queen of Egypt (3rd cent. b.c.), 68
  • Berytus (Beirut), in Syria, 32a
  • Boar, Calydonian, statue of, xv. 51
  • Byzas, mythical founder of Byzantium, and his wife, Phidalia, statues of, 66, 67
  • Cadiz to Rome, distance, xiv. 121
  • Callimachus, Athenian commander at Marathon, 6a
  • Calliope, statue of, 217
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