Plato, Lysis. Symposium. Gorgias

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  • Academy, gymnasium, 7
  • Achilles, son of Thetis, 105–7, 197, 239
  • Acumenus, father of Eryximachus, physician, 78
  • Acusilaus, Argive genealogist, 101 n.
  • Admetus, husband of Alcestis, 197
  • Aeacus, 521, 529 n.
  • Aegina, island, 481
  • Aegina, mother of Aeacus, 529 n.
  • Aeschylus, Athenian dramatist (c. 525–456 b.c.), 107 n.
  • Aexone, Attic deme, 11
  • Agamemnon, 87,116 n.
  • Agathon, Athenian dramatist (c. 447–400 b.c.), 78 ff., 339 n.
  • Aglaophon, father of Polygnotus and Aristophon, 263
  • Ajax, 233
  • Alcestis, daughter of Pelias, and wife of Admetus, 103, 107, 197
  • Alcetas, brother of Perdiccas, 341
  • Alcibiades (c. 450–404 b.c.), 75, 77, 78, 209 ff., 379, 505
  • Alcidamas, sophist, 156 n.
  • Alexander, son of Alcetas, 341
  • Amphion, son of Zeus, 388 n., 393, 465
  • Anaxagoras of Clazomenae, Ionian philosopher in Athens (c. 500–430 b.c.), 321
  • Andron, son of Androtion, 396 n.
  • Antenor, 239
  • Anubis, Egyptian god, 306 n.
  • Aphrodite, goddess of love, 99, 109, 179 ff.
  • Apollo, 139, 159
  • Apollodorus, disciple of Socrates, 78 ff.
  • Arcadians, 145
  • Archelaus, king of Macedonia (413–399 b.c.), 252, 339 n., 341, 345, 373, 525
  • Arginusae (battle, 406 b.c.), 350 n.
  • Aristeides, son of Lysimachus, 527
  • Aristocrates, son of Scellias, Athenian general (d. 406 b.c.), 345
  • Aristodemus, disciple of Socrates, 78 ff.
  • Aristogeiton, Athenian tyrannicide (514 b.c.), 113
  • Aristophanes, Athenian comic poet (c. 444–380 b.c.), 78 ff., 237 n., 396 n., 448 n.
  • Aristophon, brother of Polygnotus, painter, 263
  • Aristotle, 4, 101 n., 156 n., 339 n.
  • Asclepiadae, medical guild, 78
  • Asclepius, legendary founder of medicine, 127
  • Asopus, river-god, father of Aegina, 529 n.
  • Athenaeus, 462 n.
  • Athene, 159
  • Birth, 101
  • Boeotia, 113
  • Brasidas, Spartan general (d. 422 b.c.), 239
  • Callias, patron of sophists, 396 n.
  • Callicles, of Acharnae (Attica), 250 ff.
  • Carians, 512 n.
  • Chaerephon, disciple of Socrates, 250, 259 ff.
  • Chaos, 101
  • Charmides, son of Glaucon and maternal uncle of Plato, 241
  • Cimon, son of Miltiades (d. 449 b.c.), 455, 493, 499, 505
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  • Cinesias, son of Meles, dithyrambic poet, 448 n.
  • Cleinias, father of Alcibiades, 379
  • Cleopatra, wife of Perdiccas, 341
  • Codrus, legendary king of Athens, 197 n.
  • Corinth, 13 n.
  • Cronos, Titan, 153 n., 519
  • Ctesippus, 7 ff.
  • Cunning, mother of Resource, 179
  • Cydathenaeum, Attic deme, 83
  • Darius, king of Persia, 27, 35
  • Deli urn, in Boeotia, 237 n.
  • Delphi, 13 n., 345
  • Democrates, father of Lysis, 11, 13
  • Demophon, father of Menexenus, 19
  • Demus, son of Pyrilampes, 379 n., 487
  • Diocles, father of Euthydemus, 241
  • Diomedes, 231 n.
  • Dione, female Titan, 109
  • Dionysium (temple of Dionysus), 344 n.
  • Dionysus, god of wine and drama, 99
  • Diotima, of Mantinea, 78, 173 ff.
  • Earth, 101
  • Egypt, 381, 481
  • Elis, 113
  • Empedocles, of Acragas, Sicily philosopher (c. 475–415 b.c.), 43 n., 125 n., 415 n., 438 n.
  • Ephialtes, giant, 137
  • Epicharmus, of Cos, comic poet, 462 n.
  • Eryximachus, son of Acumenus, physician, 78 ff.
  • Euclid, of Alexandria, geometrician (c. 370–290 b.c.), 319 n.
  • Euripides, Athenian dramatist (480–406 b.c.), 97 n., 157 n., 165 n., 339 n., 383 n., 393, 414 n., 514 n.
  • Euthydemus, son of Diocles, 241
  • Geryones, a monstrous giant, 387
  • Glaucon, father of Charmides, 82 n., 241
  • Glaucus, 231 n.
  • Gorgias, of Leontini, Sicily, sophist (c. 490–395 b.c.), 78,163 n., 250 ff.
  • Gorgon, 163 n.
  • Hades, 417
  • Harmodius, Athenian tyrannicide (514 b.c.), 113
  • Hector, 105
  • Hephaestus, 143, 159
  • Heracleitus of Ephesus, philosopher (c. 500 b.c.), 127 n.
  • Hercules, 13, 97
  • Hermaea (festival), 17
  • Herodicus, brother of Gorgias, physician, 263
  • Herodotus, 109 n.
  • Hesiod, 47, 101 n., 153 n., 201
  • Hieronymus, father of Hippothales, 7
  • Hippias, of Elis, sophist, 78
  • Hippothales, son of Hieronymus, 7 ff.
  • Homer, 41 n., 87, 89, 103 n., 105 n., 107 n., 116 n., 137 n., 143, 153 n., 155 n., 158–9, 163 n., 201, 215 n., 231 n., 235 n., 241 n.. 265 n., 391 n., 497 n., 518 n., 527, 528 n.
  • Iapetus, 153 n.
  • Ionia, 113
  • Ionians, 235
  • Isthmian Games, 12 n.
  • Lacedaemonians, 145, 201
  • Laches, Athenian general (d. 418 b.c.), 237
  • Leuctra, Boeotia, 103 n.
  • Lucian, 441 n.
  • Lucretius, 135 n.
  • Lyceum, gymnasium, 7, 245
  • Lycurgus, legendary Spartan lawmaker, 201 n.
  • Lysimachus, father of Aristeides, 527
  • Lysis, 3 ff.
  • Macrobius, 137 n.
  • Mantinea, 145 n.
  • Marsyas, satyr, 219
  • Meles, father of Cinesias, minstrel, 449
  • Menelaus, 87
  • Menexenus, son of Demophon, 3 ff.
  • Miccus, wrestling-master, 9
  • Miltiades, Athenian general (d. 488 b.c.), 455, 493, 499
  • Minos, 521, 529
  • Mithaecus, writer on cookery, 503
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