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  • Absyrtus, III 151
  • Acrisius, king of Argos, brother of Proetus, VII 200
  • Aeacus, son of Jove, king of Aegina, VII 197
  • Aegaeon, VII 207
  • Aegimius, VII 154
  • Aegyptii, VII 200
  • Aelius Gallus, prefect of Egypt, invaded Arabia 24 b.c., VI 160
  • Aelius Tubero, praetor 124 b.c., VII 173
  • Aemilius Lepidus, Q., consul 21 b.c., VII 181
  • Aemilius Paullus Macedonicus, conquered Perseus of Macedon 168 b.c., IV 39
  • Aeneas, III 80
  • Aeolus, III 92, VII 203
  • Aeschines, VII 109
  • Aesculapius, son of Apollo, famous physician, VII 160
  • Aethiops, VI 187, VII 6, 51
  • Aetolus, VII 201
  • Afri, VII 200
  • Africanus, P. Cornelius Scipio, defeated Hannibal at Zama 201 b.c., VII 47, 114
  • Africanus, P. Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus, grandson by adoption of preceding, destroyed Carthage 146 b.c., V 9, VII 100, 144, 211
  • Agatharchides, grammarian of Alexandria 180 b.c., VII 14, 29
  • Agelastus, VII 79
  • Aglaus, VII 151
  • Agriopa, VII 195
  • Agrippa, great general under Augustus, organized survey of Roman empire, III 8, 16, 86, IV 77, 81, 83, 91, 98, 105, V 9, 40, 102, VI 3, 33, 39, 57, 136, 196, 207, 209, VII 45
  • Agrippinae, daughter and granddaughter of the above, VII 45 f., 57, 71
  • Agrippinus, VII 55
  • Aiax, VII 126
  • Albinus, VII 157
  • Alcippe, VII 34
  • Alexander, V 62, 76, VI, 47, 51, 58, 61, 77, 82, 95 f., 100, 119, 138, 198, VII 11, 84, 95, 107, 125, 207
  • Alexander Cornelius, VII 155
  • Allobroges, Gallic tribe between Rhone and Isère, VII 166
  • Amasis, king of Egypt 569–525 b.c., V 60
  • Amazones, VII 201
  • Aminocles, shipbuilder, visited Samos c. 704 b.c., VII 207
  • Amometus, Greek writer of unknown date, VI 55
  • Amphiaraus, mythical Greek seer, VII 203
  • Amphictyon, mythical king of Attica, VII 203
  • Amphictyones, federation of Greek states, met at Delphi, VII 123
  • Amphitus, VI 16
  • Anacharsis, Thracian sage, visited Solon at Athens, VII 198
  • Anacreon, lyric poet of Teos, fl. 540 b.c., VII 44, 153
  • Anaxarchus, philosopher of Abdera, fl. 340 b.c., VII 87
  • Anaximander, physical philosopher, b. 610 b.c., VII 203
  • Andromeda, daughter of Ethiopian
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