Plutarch, Moralia, Volume XI

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Compiled by E. N. O’neil

  • Abae, 93: an oracular shrine in Phocis
  • Achaeans, 23
  • Acrisius, 29: father of Danaë
  • Acrocorinth, 110 note b
  • Acrocorinthion, 109: daughter of Adeimantus, named in honour of his victory at Artemisium
  • Adeimantus, 87, 105, 109: Corinthian commander in Xerxes’ invasion of Greece
  • Aegean Sea, 67 note a
  • Aeginetans, 95, 113 and note c, 121, 123
  • Aeimnestus, 125: Spartan hero at Plataea who killed Mardonius
  • Aelian: parallel discussions: Varia Hist. ii. 25: 57 note b; Hist. Animal. iii. 5: 205 note a; iv. 4: 224 note a; v. 41: 186 note b; v. 46: 204 note a; vi. 12: 205 note a; De Nat. Animal. ix. 13: 157 note b
  • Aeschines, 39 and note a: tyrant of Sicyon
  • Aesop, 113 and note d
  • Aetna, see Etna
  • Agelaüs, 39: Thessalian ruler deposed by the Spartans
  • Agrae, 55: a deme of Athens
  • Agrotera, 54 note a, 57: epithet of Artemis
  • air, 169
  • Ajax, 23, 107: son of Telamon and king of Salamis
  • Alcaeus, 31: the lyric poet
  • Alcmaeonids, 31, 33, 57, 59, 61, 63: a noble Athenian family
  • Alcman, 29, 201: lyric poet. Quoted: Frag. 43: 201
  • Aleuadae, 39 note f: the ruling family in Thessaly
  • Alexander the Great, 19, 78 note a, 127 note d
  • Alexander, 9: friend of Plutarch to whom “On the Malice of Herodotus” is addressed
  • Alexander, 17: tyrant of Pherae
  • Alexibia, 109: daughter of Adeimantus named in honour of his victory at Artemisium
  • Alyattes, 41: king of Sardis 618–561 b.c. and father of Croesus
  • Amasis, 39, 81: king of Egypt 569–525 b.c.
  • Amazons, 117
  • Ambracia, 39 and note b: a city in Epirus
  • Ameinocles, 69, 113: a man from Magnesia mentioned by Herodotus
  • Anabasis, 57 note b: work of Xenophon
  • Anaxagoras, 149: Ionian philosopher
  • Anaxander, 85: Theban general at Thermopylae
  • Anchises, 221: father of Aeneas
  • animals, 159 f., 203, 204 note a, 205
  • anonymous citation, 195
  • Antenor, 45: a Greek writer of uncertain date. Cited: F. 2:45
  • Anthologia Palatina: quoted: vi. 50: 123; vi. 215: 109; vii. 250: 109; vii. 347: 109
  • Antipater, 127 note d, 223 and note b: author of a work “On Animals.” It is doubtful if he is to be identified with the Stoic Antipater
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