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References to the sections of the Preface (P) and the Second Book (II)

  • Africanus, see Scipio
  • Alexander, II 168, 180 f., 185
  • Alyattes, King of Lydia, 617–560 b.c. II 53
  • Anaxagoras, Ionian philosopher, successor of Anaximenes and friend of Pericles, II 149 f.
  • Anaximander, Ionian philosopher, successor of Thales, q.v., II 31, 187, 191
  • Anaximenes, Ionian philosopher, successor of Anaximander, II 187
  • Antias, Q. Valerius, wrote, about 90 b.c., history of Rome in more than 70 books, II 24
  • Antiochus, king of Syria, 223–187 b.c., II 167
  • Antony, II 98
  • Apelles, court painter to Philip and Alexander, P 26
  • Apion, P 24
  • Aristotle II 91, 150, 220
  • Artemidorus of Ephesus, geographer, c. 100 b.c., II 242, 246
  • Asinius Pollio, orator, poet, historian, military commander under Caesar and Octavius, P 31
  • Atlas, II 31
  • Aufidius, Gnaeus, historian, praetor, 103 b.c., P 20
  • Augustus, II 24, 93, 98, 167, 178
  • Bibaculus, poet, b. 103 b.c., parodied by Horace, Sat. II v 41, P 24
  • Caelius Antipater, jurist and historian, c. 120 b.c., II 169
  • Caesar, J., II 93, 98
  • Catiline, II 137
  • Cato, P 9, 30, 32
  • Catullus, P 41
  • Cicero, P 7, 9, 22
  • Cidenas, astronomer mentioned by Strabo, II 39
  • Cimbri, II 148
  • Claudius Caesar, II 92, 99
  • Cleostratus, astronomer of Tenedos, c. 500 b.c., II 31
  • Congius, P 7
  • Corbulo, general under Claudius and Nero, II 181
  • Cornelius Nepos, II 169 f.
  • Crantor, Academic philosopher, fl. 300 b.c., P 22
  • Crassus, II 147
  • Ctesias, contemporary of Xenophon, physician at Persian court, wrote history of Persia and book on India, both extant in abridgements by Photius, II 236
  • Democritus, atomic philosopher of Abdera, c. 460–361 b.c., II 14
  • Dicaearchus, philosopher, geographer and historian, pupil of Aristotle, II 162
  • Diodorus Siculus, temp. Augustus, author of a universal history, P 24
  • Dionysius the younger, tyrant of Syracuse, expelled 356 b.c., II 222
  • Dionysodorus, II 248
  • Domitius Piso, P 17
  • Endymion, II 43
  • Epicureans, P 28
  • Eratosthenes, geographer and savant,
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