Oppian, Halieutica, or Fishing

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6. Crustacea
  • Αστακός, Lobster, Homarus vulgaris.
  • Κάραβος, Spiny Lobster or Sea Crayfish, Palinurus vulgaris.
  • Καρίς, Prawn, Palaemon squilla.
  • Καρκινάς, Hermit Crab, Pagurus Bernhardus or P. Diogenes.
  • Καρκίνος, Crab, Decapoda brachyura in general.
  • Πάγουρος, the common edible Crab, Cancer pagurus L.
  • Πιννοφύλαξ, Pinnoteres veterum.
7. Vermes
  • Βδέλλα, Leech, Hirudo medicinalis.
  • Ἑλμίς, Worm, unidentified, H. iii. 180.
  • Σκολόπενδρα θαλασσία. Not identified, H. i. 307, ii. 424 ff.
8. Insects
  • Μέλισσα, Bee generically, Apis mellifica L.
  • Μυῖα, Fly generically, Musca domestica, etc.
9. Echinoderms
  • Ἀστὴρ θαλάσσιος, Starfish generically, Asterias.
  • Ἐχῖνος θαλάσσιος, Sea-urchin, Echinus esculentus.
10. Porifera
  • Σπόγγος Sponge, Spongia autorum.
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Oppian

General Index to Oppian

C. = Cynegetica. | H. = Halieutica.

  • Abramis, H. i. 244
  • Acanthias or Spiny Dog-fish, H. i. 380
  • Achaean, C. i. 170, 196
  • Achaine Stag, C. ii. 426
  • Achilles, C. ii. 155
  • Admon (Admos), H. iii. 371 ff.
  • Adonis or Exocoetus, H. i. 157
  • Aegean, H. v. 427
  • Aegeus, C. iii. 246
  • Aeneadae = Romans, C. i. 2, H. ii. 675
  • Aeolis, H. v. 459
  • Aeolus, C. iii. 246
  • Aetna, C. i. 275, H. iii. 489
  • Aetnaeus, H. i. 512
  • Agassaeus (Agasseus), C. i. 471, 477
  • Agave, C. iv. 239, 292
  • Agenor, C. iv. 237
  • Agriophagrus or Wild Braize, H. i. 140
  • Aidoneus, H. iii. 488, 495
  • Alopecias = Alopex, H. i. 381
  • Alopex, Fox-shark or Thresher, H. iii. 144
  • Alphestes or Cinaedus, H. i. 127
  • Amanus, C. iii. 315
  • Amazonian Lake, H. i. 635
  • Amia or Bonito, H. i. 112, ii. 553–627, iii. 144 (how escapes hook)
  • Amorgos, C. i. 373
  • Amphibian, C. ii. 217, 386, H. i. 308, 422
  • Amphitrite, C. i. 77, H. i. 2, 343, etc.
  • Amycus, C. i. 363
  • Anchovy, see Engraulis
  • Antelope, see Bubalus
  • Anthias, H. i. 248 ff., iii. 192, iii. 205–334
  • Antlers, C. ii. 209 ff.
  • Antoninus. (1) C. i. 3 = Caracalla; (2) H. i. 3, iv. 5 = Marcus Aurelius
  • Aonian, C. i. 25, ii. 96, iv. 250, 276
  • Ape, C. ii. 605 ff.
  • Aphritides = Aphyae, H. i. 776
  • Aphrodite, C. ii. 187, iii. 158, H. iv. 28, 141
  • Aphya, C. ii. 568, H. i. 767 ff., iv. 468 ff.
  • Apollo, C. i. 9, ii. 2
  • Arabia, see Erembi; A. Felix, C. iii. 30
  • Arbutus, H. iv. 166
  • Arcadians, C. i. 372, 395
  • Archippus, C. ii. 114
  • Ares, C. i. 30, ii. 62, iv. 191, H. ii. 23, v. 117
  • Argive, C. i. 372
  • Argo, C. i. 28, ii. 622
  • Argonaut, see Nautilus
  • Arion, H. v. 448
  • Aristaeus, C. iv. 266
  • Armenia, C. i. 172, 196, 277, ii. 98, iii. 23, iv. 355
  • Artemis, C. i. 17, ii. 475
  • Asia, C. i. 235
  • Asopus, C. i. 25
  • Asp and Ichneumon, C. iii. 433
  • Aspalax or Blind Rat, C. ii. 612 ff.
  • Asphalios, H. v. 680
  • Ass, see Onager
  • Ass-fish, see Onos
  • Assyrian, C. i. 7, ii. 152, H. iii. 403, iv. 204
  • Astacus or Lobster, C. ii. 392, H. i. 261, 263, 609
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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.oppian-halieutica_fishing.1928