Dio Chrysostom, Discourses 31-36

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  • Academy, 166.163
  • Achilles, refuses to grow old, 22.17; his statues, 96.92; elated by his armour, 396.6; had two temples at Borysthenes, 428.9; his voice routs Trojans, 432.13; said to be a god, 434.14; his holy isle, 442.25; 446.28
  • Acratus, freedman of Nero, visits Rhodes, 152.149
  • Acropolis, at Athens, plundered by Nero, 150.148
  • Adana, quarrels with Tarsus, 320.51; 348.14; resists coming to Tarsus 380.47; 382.48
  • Aegaeans, quarrel with Tarsus. 320.51; 346.10; 348.14; resist going to Tarsus. 380.47; 382.48
  • Aesop, a kinsman of his, 234.63; a fable of his, 288.16
  • Ajax, his boorishness, 250.80; guilty of impiety, ibid.
  • Alcaeus, a sculptor, 96.92
  • Alector, the Castle of, 422.3
  • Alexander (the Great), brings tribe of Macedonians to Egypt, 236.65; claims Zeus as father, 262.95
  • Alexander (Paris), abducts Helen. 292.21
  • Alexandria, centrally located; 206.36
  • Alexandrians, numerous, 198.29; their greed, 200.31; devoted to song, 236.65
  • Amphion, 232.61; builds walls of Thebes, 232.62
  • Anacharsis, visits Greece, 212.44
  • Androa, its statues removed to Rome, 164.151
  • Antioch, quarrels with Apamea, 382.48
  • Antiochus, his subjugation, 116.113
  • Apamea, quarrels with Antioch, 382.48
  • Aphroditê, compared with Cassandra. 292.21; angered at Lemnian women, 320.50; connected with generation, 470.56
  • Apis, his prophetic utterances, 184 13
  • Apollo, identical with Helius and Dionysus, 16.11; forbids removal of nestlings 94.89; gives oracle to Athens, 174.3; Averter-of-Evil, 226.56; drives from temple murderer of Archilochus, 284.12; helped build walls of Troy, 292.21; deity of Tarsus, 314.45; 474.60
  • Apollonia, on the left shore of Pontus, 424.4
  • Arabia, its fragrant herbs, 300.28
  • Arabs, in Alexandria, 210.40; their garb, 392.3
  • Aradians, are abominable, 310.41; their musical mode, 312.42
  • Arcadia, depopulated, 296,25
  • Archilochus, coupled with Homer, 282.11; given to censure, 284.12; especially honoured by Apollo, ibid.; quoted, 290.17; power to charm 330.61
  • Argives, exalted in ancient times, 160.157; ancestors of Tarsians, 274.1; 310.41
  • Arion, saved by dolphins, 232.61
  • Aristogeiton, his descendants, 134.128; 136.132
  • Aristomenes, the Messenian, had a hairy heart, 392.3
  • Aristophanes, enjoyed comic immunity, 280.9
  • Artemis, her temple at Ephesus, 58.54
  • Asia, invaded by Macedonians, 298.26
  • Assyrians, ruined through luxury, 298.26
  • Athenê, her statue, 16.10; deity of Tarsus, 314.46
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