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  • 1.1c; 3.83b, 126a, 127a, b; 4.169a; 6.228e; 9.405d, f; 10.448b; 14.634b, 662f
  • Aemilius Paulus, Roman general, 5.194c
  • Aeneas, prince of Troy, 1.11a with n.; 14.632e
  • Aerope, courtesan (PAA 108227), 13.587d
  • Aeschines of Athens, orator (PAA 115025), 6.242d 1.41: 8.339b; 1.75: 13.572c–d; 3.83: 6.223d
  • Aeschines Socraticus of Athens, philosopher (PAA 115140), SSR VI A F 16: 13.611d– 12f; F 21: 11.507c; F 45: 14.656f; F 56: 5.220b; F 61: 5.220b; F 73: 5.220b; F 84: 5.220a
  • Aeschrion of Samos, iambic poet, SH 4 (AP 7.345 = HE 1–9): 8.335c–d; 5: 7.296e
  • Aeschylides, author of treatise on farming, 14.650d
  • Aeschylus of Alexandria, epic and tragic poet and historian TrGF 179 F 1: 13.599e SH 13: 13.599e FGrH 488 T 1: 13.599e
  • Aeschylus of Athens, tragic poet, 1.17f, 19e, 21d–f; 3.95b; 13.601a–b Ag. 284: 15.700e (Radt ed.) T 10: 19e; T 81: 1.22a; T 92a: 9.402c; T 103: 1.21e; T 112a: 8.347e; T 113a: 8.347e; T 117a: 10.428f; T 117b: 1.22a; T 162 = FGE 478–9: 14.627c–d; F *1: 2.37f; F 2a: 7.316b; F 14: 15.690c; F 34: 3.87a; F 44: 13.600a– b; F 57.6: 11.479b; F 69: 11.469f; F 72: 10.424d; F 79: 14.629f; F 91: 4.182b; F 95: 9.373d; F 116: 2.51c–d; F 124: 10.447c; F 135: 13.602e; F 139.4: 11.494a–b; F 146: 11.503c; F 179: 15.667c–d; F 179.4: 11.782e; F *180: 1.17c–d; F *182: 1.11d–e; F 184: 11.499a; F 185: 11.476c; F 202: 15.674d; F 210: 9.394a; F 211: 2.67c; F 235: 15.674d–e; F 257: 9.394a; F 258: 10.421f; F 261: 9.402b; F 264: 2.51c; F 285: 3.86b; F 306: 2.67f; F 307: 7.303c; F 308: 7.303c; F 309: 9.375e; F 310: 9.375e; F 311: 9.375e; F 312: 11.491a; F 313: 12.528c; F 313a: 13.573b–c; F 314: 14.632c; F 393: 10.427f; F 406: 3.99b; F 424: 8.362f
  • [Aeschylus], PV 293–4: 4.165c– d; 816–18: 8.347c
  • Aesop, composed fables, 5.219a; 10.431d–f
  • Aethêx, son of Janus, 15.692e
  • Aethiops of Corinth, hedonist mentioned by Archilochus, 4.167d
  • Aethlius of Samos, historian,
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  • FGrH 536 F 1a: 14.653f; F 1b: 14.650d–e
  • Aethops, horse belonging to Helios, 11.465b
  • Aethra, mother of Theseus, 13.556f
  • Aetolus, son of Oeneus, 2.35b
  • Agallis, courtesan (PAA 105710), 13.583e
  • Agallis of Corcyra, grammarian, 1.14d
  • Agamemnon, Homeric hero, 1.9a, 11a, b, 13f, 14b, 16a– b, 17e; 2.41d; 4.137e; 5.177d–8d, 192c, f; 6.231c n.; 8.340f; 10.433b; 13.556c, e, 560d, 603d; 14.660b, d; 15.688a
  • Agariste, daughter of Cleisthenes of Sicyon, 6.273c; 12.541b
  • Agatharchides of Cnidus, historian, FGrH 86 F 2: 4.155c– d; F 3: 12.539c; F 5: 7.297d; F 6: 12.527b–c; F 7: 12.550b–c; F 8: 14.650f– 1a; F 9: 6.246e; F 10: 12.550c–d; F 11: 12.550d– e; F 12: 4.168d; F 13: 6.251f; F 14: 12.528; F 15: 9.387c; F 16: 12.527f–8a; F 17: 6.246e; F 18: 1.28d–e
  • Agathocleia, courtesan and lover of Ptolemy II, 13.576f
  • Agathocleia, courtesan and lover of Ptolemy IV, 13.576f–7a
  • Agathocles, son of Oenanthe, contemporary of Ptolemy IV, 6.251e
  • Agathocles of Atrax, author of treatise on fishing, 1.13c with n.
  • Agathocles of Cyzicus, historian, FGrH 472 F 1a: 9.375f–6a; F 3: 12.515a; F 4: 14.649f–50a; F 6: 1.30a
  • Agathocles of Samos, agent of Philip II (Berve i #7), 6.259f
  • Agathocles of Syracuse, tyrant, 9.405f; 11.466a; 15.699c
  • Agathon, tragic poet, 5.187c, 192a–b
  • TrGF 39 T 1: 5.216e–17c; F 3: 12.528d; F 4: 10.454c–d; F 11: 5.185a; F 12: 5.211e; F 13: 10.445c; F 14: 13.584a–b; F 15: 15.701b
  • Agathon of Lesbos, friend of Archestratus of Gela, 3.92e
  • Agathonidas, love-object of Pindar, 10.427d
  • Agelochus, grammarian, 2.54d
  • Agemon of Corinth, father of Alcyone, 15.696f
  • Agesilaus II, king of Sparta (Poralla #9), 4.144b–c; 9.384a; 12.511b, 550; 13.609b; 14.613c, 616d–e, 657b–c; 15.676d
  • Agias, author of treatise on music, (FHG iv.293–4) fr. 4: 14.626f
  • Agias (and Dercylus), historian( s), FGrH 305 F 3: 3.86f
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