Cornelius Nepos, On Great Generals. On Historians

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  • Acarnanus civis, ii. 1. 2. A citizen of Acarnania, the westernmost province of Central Greece
  • Ace, xiv. 5. 1, 5. A seaport of Phoenicia, later called Ptolemais or Acca; now St. Jean d’Acre
  • Acheruns, x. 10. 2. Another form of Acheron, a river of the Lower World
  • Actaei, viii. 2.1. A name applied to the people of Attica from Acte, the coast of that country
  • Adimantus, vii. 7. 1. An Athenian naval commander
  • Admetus, ii. 8. 3. A king of the Molossians in Epirus
  • Aegates insulae, xxii. 1. 3. Three islands in the Mediterranean Sea, west of Sicily near Lilybaeum
  • Aegiae, xxi. 2. 1. A town of Macedonia, also called Edessa
  • Aegos flumen, vi. 1. 4; vii. 8. 1; ix. 1. 2. The Latin translation of Αἰγός ποταμοί (Goat’s rivers), a town on the eastern coast of the Thracian Chersonese
  • Aegyptii, xii. 2. 3 (bis); 3. 1
  • Aegyptius, -a, -um, adj. from Aegyptus: bellum, xiv. 3. 5; classis, xii. 2. 3; rex, xi. 2. 4; satellites, iv. 3. 2
  • Aegyptus, xii. 2. 1; xiv. 4. 1; 5. 3; xvii. 8. 2, 6 (bis); xviii. 3. 2
  • Aemilii, xxv. 18. 4
  • Aemilius Paulus, L., xxiii. 4. 4 (bis). Consul in 216 b.c., slain at Cannae
  • Aemilius Paulus, L., xxiii. 13. 1. Consul in 182 b.c.
  • Aeolia, ix. 5. 2. Another form of Aeolis
  • Aeolis, i. 3. 1. A country of western Asia Minor, north of Ionia
  • Afri, vi. 3. 2
  • Africa, vi. 3. 3; xx. 2. 4; xxi. 3. 5; xxii. 2. 2, 4, 5; 4.1; xxiii. 3. 3; 7. 1; 8. 1; xxiv. 1. 4
  • Africanae possessiones, xxv. 12. 4
  • Africanus, see Cornelius
  • Agamemnon, xv. 5. 5, 6
  • Agesilaus (XVII), ix. 2. 2, 3 (bis); xii. 1. 2; 2. 3 (ter); xiii. 1. 3; xvii. 1. 1, 3–5; 2. 4; 3. 2, 5; 4. 3; 6. 2; 7. 1; 8. 3
  • Agis, xvii. 1. 4. A king of Sparta, brother of Agesilaus
  • Agnon, xix. 3. 4. Hagnon, an Athenian orator, mentioned also by Quintilian, ii. 17. 15; by other writers called Hagnonides
  • Agrippa, see Vipsanius
  • Alcibiades (VII), vii. 1. 1; 3. 4; 5. 1–3, 6; 6. 1; 7. 1; 8. 2, 4, 5; 9. 1, 4; 10. 1–4, 6; viii. 1. 3
  • Alcmaeon, xv. 6. 2. Son of Amphiaraus and Eriphyle. In obedience to the command of his father he killed his mother, who by treachery had caused Amphiaraus to take part in the expedition of the Seven against Thebes, during which he met his death
  • Alexander Magnus, xviii. 1. 6; 2. 1 (bis), 2, 4; 3. 1; 4. 4; 6. 1–3; 7. 1, 2; 8. 2; 13. 1–3; xxi. 2. 1; 3. 1
  • Alexander Pheraeus, xvi. 5. 1, 2, 4
  • Alexandrea, xxi. 3. 4. Alexandria, at the mouth of the Nile
  • Alpes, xxiii. 3. 4
  • Alpici, xxiii. 3. 4. Dwellers in the Alps
  • Amphipolis, v. 2. 2. A city of Macedonia, on the river Strymon
  • Amyntas, xi. 3. 2 (bis); xviii. 1. 4; xxi. 2. 1. King of Macedonia, grandfather of Alexander the Great
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