Statius, Thebaid, Volume II: Thebaid

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“Argive” and “Theban” after an entry includes allies. Parentheses indicate allusions. References to verses judged spurious are asterisked.

  • Abantiadae: sons of Abas, two Thebans 7.370; 9.758. See also Argus (3) and Cȳdon
  • Abās: (1) king of Argos 2.220; 4.589. (2) a Theban 7.647. (3) an Argive 8.446, 447
  • Acamās: (1) a Theban 3.173. (2) an Aetolian 7.589. (3) a Theban 8.445
  • Acarnān: native of Acarnania in northwestern Greece 6.652; 7.417
  • Acastē: governess to Adrastus’ daughters 1.529
  • Achaemenius: adj. from Achaemenes, founder of Persian royal dynasty, Persian 1.718; 8.286
  • Achaeüs: adj. Greek 1.116; 2.164; 3.619; 4.728; 5.505; 6.549, 651; 10.128
  • Acharnae: Attic deme 12.623
  • Achelōius: adj. 1.453; 2.142, 472; 6.832; 8.522; 9.214
  • Achelōus: river of Aetolia, fought Hercules for Deianira and lost a horn 2.731; 7.416, 553
  • Acherōn: river of the underworld 1.597; 4.456, 522; 5.156; 8.513; 11.150
  • Achīvī: Greeks 1.448; 3.608; 10.187, 779; 11.21, 157
  • Achīvus: adj. 4.118; 7.488; 647; 10.235
  • Acoetēs: an Argive 8.444
  • Aconteus: an Arcadian 7.590, 603
  • Acrisius: king of Argos, father of Danaë 2.221; 6.286
  • Acrocorinthos: citadel of Corinth 7.106
  • Acrōn: a Theban 10.509
  • (Actaeōn: grandson of Cadmus, saw Diana bathing and for punishment was changed to a stag and torn to pieces by his own dogs 3.203, 4.573)
  • Actaeüs: adj. Attic 2.737; 4.453; 12.175, 196, 464
  • Actor: (1) an Argive 8.152; 10.250, 257, 297, 313, 329.
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