Aelian, Historical Miscellany

LCL 486: 500-501

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  • Academy: 2.27; 3.35; 4.9; 9.10; 9.29; 14.26
  • Achaea(ns): 1.15; 6.1; 7.5; 13.5; 13.46
  • Achilles: 7.5; 7.8; 9.11; 9.38; 12.7; 12.25; 14.23
  • Acragas: 2.4; 2.8; 2.33; 12.29; 14.48a
  • Acte: 6.1
  • adultery: 11.6
  • Aegina: 2.9; 9.2; 12.10
  • Aegisthus: 2.11; 4.26; 12.42
  • Aegium: 1.15
  • Aeneas: 3.22; 7.16; 12.64
  • Aenianes: 3.1
  • Aerope: 14.40
  • Aeropus: 12.43
  • Aeschines: 8.12
  • Aeschylus: 5.19
  • Aesop: 10.5
  • Aethon: 1.27
  • Aethra: 4.5
  • Aexone: 4.25
  • Agamemnon: 2.11; 4.26; 12.25
  • Agariste: 12.24
  • Agathocles: 11.4
  • Agathon: 2.21; 13.4; 14.13
  • Agesilaus: 4.16; 7.13; 10.20; 12.15; 14.2; 14.27; 14.46d
  • Aglais: 1.26
  • Agron: 2.41
  • Agrotera: 2.25
  • Aidoneus: 4.5
  • Ajax: 9.11
  • Alcaeus: 2.32
  • Alcaeus (Epicurean): 9.12
  • Alcander: 13.23
  • Alcestis: 14.45
  • Alcetas: 2.41
  • Alcibiades: 2.1; 2.13; 3.28; 4.15; 4.16; 4.21; 9.29; 11.7; 11.12; 12.14; 12.15; 13.38; 14.46c
  • Alcinous: 12.25
  • Alcithoe: 3.42
  • Alcman: 1.27; 12.36; 12.50
  • Alcmene: 2.32; 12.15
  • Alexander the Great: 1.25; 2.3; 2.19; 2.28; 2.41; 3.6; 3.17; 3.23; 3.29; 3.32; 4.29; 5.6; 5.12; 7.8; 8.7; 9.3; 9.30; 9.37; 9.38; 10.4; 10.22; 11.9; 12.7; 12.14; 12.16; 12.26; 12.34; 12.37; 12.39; 12.43; 12.54; 12.57; 12.64; 13.7; 13.11; 13.30; 14.11; 14.46c; 14.47a
  • Alexander (Paris): 9.38; 12.42
  • Alexander of Pherae: 14.40
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  • Alexandria: 12.64
  • Alexis: 10.6
  • Alope: 12.42
  • Alpheus: 2.33
  • Alyathes: 3.26
  • Amasis: 2.41
  • Aminias: 5.19
  • Amoebeus: 3.30
  • Amphictyones: 12.53
  • Amphipolis: 3.17
  • Amyclas: 3.19
  • Amyntas III: 4.8; 12.43; 12.60
  • Anacharsis: 2.41; 5.7
  • Anacreon: 8.2; 9.4; 12.25
  • Anapus: 2.33
  • Anaxagoras: 3.2; 8.13; 8.19
  • Anaxarchus: 4.14; 9.30; 9.36
  • Anaxilas: 1.27
  • Anaximander: 3.17
  • Androtion: 8.6
  • Anniceris: 2.27
  • Anostus: 3.18
  • Antagoras: 14.26
  • Antalcidas: 14.39
  • Antenor: 12.25
  • Anticyra: 12.51
  • Antigonus I Monophthalmus: 9.36; 12.16; 12.43; 14.47a
  • Antigonus II Gonatas: 2.20; 3.5; 3.17; 7.14; 12.25
  • Antiochus of Ascalon: 12.25
  • Antiochus II, III, IV, VII of Syria: 2.41
  • Antipater: 3.47; 12.16; 14.1; 14.47a
  • Antisthenes: 2.11; 9.35; 10.16
  • ants: 2.12; 12.45
  • Anytus: 2.13
  • Apelles: 2.3; 12.34; 12.41
  • Aphrodite: 1.15; 11.3; 12.1; 12.18
  • Aphthonetus: 14.48
  • Apis: 4.8; 6.8
  • Apollo: 1.20; 2.13; 2.26; 3.1; 6.9; 9.15; 12.64; 13.21
  • Apollocrates: 2.41
  • Apollodorus (friend of Socrates): 1.16
  • Apollodorus of Cyzicus: 14.5
  • Apollodorus (tyrant): 14.41
  • Apollonia (Epirus): 13.16
  • Apollonia (Pontica): 3.17
  • Apollonius: 12.25
  • Arbela: 3.23
  • Arcadia(ns): 2.42; 3.39; 6.5; 13.1; 13.5; 13.42
  • Arcadion: 2.41
  • Arcesilaus: 14.26
  • Archedamus: 14.48
  • Archedice: 12.63
  • Archelaus: 2.21; 8.9; 12.43; 13.4; 14.17
  • Archemorus: 4.5
  • Archestratus: 11.7
  • Archidamus: 7.20
  • Archilochus: 4.14; 10.13
  • Archonides: 12.8
  • Archytas: 3.17; 7.14; 10.12; 12.15; 14.19
  • Areius: 12.25
  • Areopagus: 8.12
  • Ares: 2.44; 3.9; 7.16
  • Arete: 12.47
  • Argos, Argives: 2.33; 3.15; 3.39; 4.26; 9.15
  • Aribazus: 6.14
  • Aristander: 12.64
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