Xenophon, Hellenica, Volume II

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  • Abarnis, promontory near Lampsacus, ii. i. 29
  • Abydus, city on the Asiatic coast of the Hellespont, battle of, i. i. 5–7; i. i. 11, ii. 16; ii. i. 18; iii. i. 9; remains true to the Lacedaemonians, iv. viii. 3–6; iv. viii. 32, 33; v. i. 6, 7, 25, 26. Abydenes, the, ii. i. 18; iv. viii. 3–39; v. i. 6; vii. i. 27
  • Academy, the, gymnasium near Athens, ii. ii. 8; vi. v. 49
  • Acanthus, city in Chalcidice, v. ii. 11, iii. 6. Acanthians, the, v. ii, 12, 23
  • Acarnania, district in central Greece, vi. ii. 37. Acarnanians, the, iv. ii. 17; vi. v. 23. Acarnanian War, iv. vi. 1–vii. 1
  • Achaea, district in northern Peloponnesus, iii. ii. 23; iv. viii. 10, 23; vi. ii. 3; vii. i. 41–43. Achaeans, the, iii. ii. 26, v. 12; allies of the Lacedaemonians at the Nemea, iv. ii. 18; against Acarnania, iv. vi. 1–vii. 1; after Leuctra, vi. iv. 18; become allies of the Thebans, vii. i. 41–42; of the Eleans, vii. iv. 17; enemies of the Thebans, vii. v. 1, 18. Achaeans of Phthia (Phthiotis), district in southern Thessaly, i. ii. 18. Achaean mountains of Phthia, iv. iii. 9
  • Achilleium, city in Ionia, iii. ii. 17; iv. viii. 17
  • Acragas (Agrigentum), Greek city in Sicily, i. v. 21; ii. ii. 24
  • Acrisius, Sicyonian, vii. i. 45
  • Acrocorinthus, the citadel of Corinth, iv. iv. 4
  • Acrorians, the, inhabitants of Acroria, district in Elis, iii. ii. 30; iv. ii. 16; vii. iv. 14
  • Adeas, Sicyonian, son of Euphron vii. i. 45
  • Adeimantus, Athenian general, i. iv. 21, vii. 1; ii. i. 30, 32
  • Aegae, town in Aeolis, iv. viii. 5
  • Aegina, island in the Saronic Gulf, ii. ii. 9; v. i. 1–29, iv. 61; vi. ii. 1. Aeginetans, the, ii. ii. 3, 9; v. i. 1–12. Aeginetan obols, v. ii. 21
  • Aegospotami, stream in the Thracian Chersonese, ii. i. 21, 23
  • Aegosthena, town in Megaris, v. iv. 18; vi. iv. 26
  • Aeneas, Stymphalian, vii. iii. 1
  • Aenesias, Lacedaemonian ephor, ii. iii. 9
  • Aenianians, the, people in southern Thessaly, iii. v. 6; iv. iii. 15
  • Aeolis, district in western Asia Minor, iii. i. 10, 17, ii. 1, 13. Aeolians, the, iii. i. 16, iv. 11; iv. iii. 17, viii. 33
  • Aeschines, one of the Thirty at Athens, ii. iii. 2, 13 Aetolia, district in central Greece, iv. vi. 1, 14. Aetolians, the, iv. vi. 14
  • Aexoneans, the, inh. of the Attic deme Aexone, ii. iv. 26 Agamemnon, commander of the Greeks in the Trojan War, iii. iv. 3; vii. i. 34
  • Agathinus, Corinthian admiral, iv. viii. 10, 11
  • Agesandridas, Lacedaemonian naval commander, i. i. 1, iii. 17
  • Agesilaus, Lacedaemonian king, son of Archidamus, v. iii. 13; brother of Agis, iii. iii. 1; accession of, iii. iii. 1–4; commander in the war against Persia, iii. iv. 2–29, and iv. i. 1–41; his return from Asia, iv. ii. 2–8, iii. 1–9; at the battle
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