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  • Myson of Chen (? in Laconia), a sage, 197
  • Nicias, Athenian general (c. 475–413 b.c.), 3, 4 ff.
  • Oenoë, Attic deme or district near the Boeotian border, 97
  • Orpheus, legendary bard, 113, 117
  • Orthagoras of Thebes, flute-player, 123
  • Paeania, in Attica, on the east side of Hymettus, 385
  • Paralus, son of Pericles and half-brother of Callias, 113, 151, 349
  • Patrocles, half-brother (on the mother’s side) of Socrates, 471
  • Pausanias, of Cerames (Attic deme), 115
  • Pericles (c. 490–429 b.c.), 3, 127, 153, 349; sons of, 113, 349
  • Persephone, 301
  • Persians, 49
  • Phaedrus, of Myrrhinous (Attic deme), friend of Plato, 113
  • Phason, brother of Hippocrates, 97
  • Pheidias, Athenian sculptor (c. 490–432 b.c.), 101, 341
  • Pherecrates, Athenian comic dramatist. (c. 460–390 b.c.), 149
  • Philippides, son of Philomelus, 113
  • Philomelus, father of Philippides, 113
  • Phrygian mode in music, 39 n.
  • Phrynondas, a rogue, 149 n.
  • Pindar, of Boeotia, lyric poet (c. 520–440 b.c.), 285, 301, 453 n., 495 n.
  • Pittacus, Ionian sage and ruler of Mytilene in Lesbos (c. 630 b.c.), 90, 185 n., 197
  • Plataea, battle at (479 b.c.), 47–8
  • Polycleitus, of Argos, sculptor (c. 480-412 b.c.), 101; sons of, 151
  • Polycrates, tyrant of Samos (c. 530 b.c.), 335
  • Poseidon, god of the sea and of horses, 487, 491
  • Prodicus, of Ceos, sophist, 71, 80, 90, 115 f., 179 n., 357, 499
  • Prometheus, son of the Titan Iapetus, 129 f., 257
  • Protagoras, of Abdera on the south coast of Thrace, sophist (c. 490–415 b.c.), 86 ff., 341, 431 n.
  • Proteus, wizard of the sea, 437 n.
  • Pythocleides, of Ceos, music-teacher, 119 n.
  • Satyrus, slave of Hippocrates, 97
  • Scamander, river-god in the Troad, 187
  • Scopas, Thessalian prince, 185
  • Scythians, 47, 479
  • Simois, river-god in the Troad, 187
  • Simonides, of Ceos, lyric poet (556–467 b.c.), 88, 90, 117, 185, 287 n.
  • Solon, Athenian law-giver and poet (c. 638–555 b.c.), 37, 41, 197
  • Sophroniscus, Athenian sculptor, father of Socrates, 13, 471
  • Stephanus, son of Thucydides, 349
  • Stesilaus, master-at-arms, 21–3
  • Tantalus, a king who betrayed the secrets of the gods and was punished after death by having his appetites tempted but never gratified, 113–4 n.
  • Teiresias, blind soothsayer of Thebes, 369
  • Thales, of Miletus, Ionian sage, 197
  • Themistocles, Athenian statesman (c. 514–449 b.c.), 349
  • Theognis, of Megara, poet (c. 570–490 b.c.), 353
  • Theseus, 66 n.
  • Thucydides, son of Melesias, leader of the aristocratic party in Athens (c. 490–430 b.c.), 3, 7, 349 n., 351
  • Thurii, Greek colony in South Italy, 381, 437
  • Xanthias, a wrestling-master, 349
  • Xanthippus, son of Pericles and half-brother of Callias, 113, 151, 349
  • Xenophon, son of Gryllus, Athenian soldier and writer (c. 444–356 b.c.), 385 n.
  • Zeus, 133 ff. 153, 489
  • Zeuxippus (or Zeuxis), of Heraclea in South Italy, painter (c. 450–370 b.c.), 123
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