Strabo, Geography, Volume IV

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A Partial Dictionary of Proper Names1

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  • Acarnanians, the, 5, 17, 183, 229, 345, 393, 395
  • Achaean League, the, 185, 215, 357
  • Achaeans, the, 133, 135, 137, 161, 167, 169, 185, 207, 209, 211, 215, 217, 219, 223, 341, 401, 413
  • Acheloüs River, the, 17, 43, 77
  • Achilles, domain of, 349, 379, 399, 403, 405, 407, 409, 411, 413, 417, 419, 427
  • Acidon River, the, 65, 67, 79
  • Acrocorinthus, 119, 187, 191, 193, 217
  • Actium, victory of Romans at, 225, 347
  • Aegialus, the, 185, 207, 209, 219
  • Aegina, 149, 153, 177, 179, 181, 183, 251, 413
  • Aegium, 185, 219, 223, 225, 233
  • Aeolians, the, 367, 369
  • Aeolic dialect, the, 5
  • Aeschylus, the tragic poet, on Cypros and Paphos, 37; on Bura and Rhypes, 225; on Aegina, 251
  • Aethices, the, 397, 417, 439
  • Aetolians, the, 5, 17, 91, 229, 345, 367, 385, 387, 389, 393, 395
  • Aetolus, 101, 103
  • Agamedes, designer of temple at Delphi, 361
  • Agamemnon, 109, 111, 115, 167, 177, 255, 347, 349
  • Agis, son of Eurysthenes, 135, 139
  • Agoracritus, the Parian sculptor (fl. 410–428 b.c., favourite pupil of Pheidias), by some thought to have made the statue of Nemesis at Rhamuus, 263
  • Agrippa (see Dictionary in vol. ii), put to death Bogus, king of the Mauritians, at Methonê, 111
  • Aias, 253, 255, 381
  • Alalcomenae, 323, 331, 333
  • Alcaeus (see Dictionary in vol. i), on the Coralius River, 323, 325; wrong on the site of Onchestus, 329
  • Alcman of Sardis (fl. about 625 b.c.), the founder of Dorian lyric poetry, 37
  • Alopê, 381, 387, 401, 409
  • Alpheius River, the, 21, 33, 47, 53, 61, 65, 73, 81, 85, 87, 99, 101, 231, 233
  • Amarium, where the Achaean League convened, 215, 223
  • Ambracian Gulf, the, 11, 13, 389
  • Amphiaraiis, 273, 293, 295
  • Amphictyonic Council, the, 327
  • Amphictyonic League, the, 173, 357
  • Amphictyonic Rights, the, 357
  • Amphictyons, the, 353, 361, 385, 393
  • Andron, author of a work on the Land of Atthis; on the limits of Megaris, 247
  • Anthedon, 279, 297, 299, 311, 313, 321
  • Anticyra, 343, 351, 369, 391, 415
  • Antigonus Gonatas, Acrocorinthus wrested from, by Aratus, 217
  • Antimachus of Colophon, author of an epic poem entitled Thebaïs and an elegiac poem entitled Lydê, 55; apocopê in, 131; calls Dymê “Cauconian,” 225; spells “Thespiae” “Thespeia,” 315
  • Antirrhium, 17, 19, 241, 385
  • Antony, Marcus, the triumvir, 111
  • Antron, 407, 411, 419, 421
  • Aphroditê, temples of, 49; her temple at Corinth, 191, 193; temple of Aphroditê Colias, 271
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