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Soracte. Alt., 471
South Pole Spg, 323
Spa, 380
Spring plants, 24, 147,

175
Spring of all rivers, 415
Springs:

Characteristics;
Arrow-proof, 276
Beneficial (which

see)
Bull-like roaring,

170
Cinema, 73
Drunkards.

Made., 184
Drunkards

Cured, 22
Fire-kindling, 1 83,

187
Fire Spring, 56
Floats all things,

490
Floats nothing,

335

Forgetfulness (see
also Lethe), 137

Honey, 397

Horse-madden-
ing, 136

Hydrophobia
cure, 24

Injurious (which
see)

Intermittent
(which see)

Irresistible, 340

Light emitting,

337
Laughter, 245



Magnet-like, 385
Memory, 137
Militant, 180,432
Milk (which see)
Miraculous

(which see)
Musical, 318
Nature's freak,

208, 231
96 Rivers from

one Spring, 231
Odorous, 278, 335,

357
Perjury test, 19,

488
Petrifying (which

see)
Prophetic (which

see)
Rebuking, 283
Scalded maidens,

480
Sweet, 138, 220,

221
Thermos flask,

196, 393
38 from one rock,

208
Traveling, 77, 271
Varying (which

see)
Weeping, 244
Wine, etc. (which

see)
Springs:

Produced by;
Foot, 299, 322
Horsehoof, 48,

161
Lance, 75
Prayer, 224
Tears, 109, 223,

242, 265
Thyrsus, 82
Trident, 46, 115
vSprings:
Topics;

Cause of conten-
tion, 76
Ceres informed

by, 485



Depth unknown,

46,442
Disappeared in a

Spring, 63, 226,

414
Dissolved into a

Spg., 109, 265,

44i, 485

Endurance of, 77
Fountain pen, 58
Free Masonry's,

122
Historyless, 77
Identifying, 22,

40, 58
In the Sea, 60, 77,

355
Leaping to es-
cape, 250
Lost Spring, 440
Mice Spring, 25
Muses' Spring,

160
Mystery of Spgs,

304

Not of water, 397
Pausanias' Spgs;

Pref.
Ram changed to

a, 313
Sign for mineral

Sp., 371

Volcanic action
and Springs,
56, 432

Vowing by; Pref.,
130, 419

Washing in Spgs,

73

Stais Palais, 294
Statielk-e. Aquas, 478
Stigliano. Bagni di,

472
Stiris Well, 172
Stone making (see

Petrifying)
Stratios. Zeus, 262
Strefl, 93

Strophie, 132, 129
Stymphelus, 21, 54
Styx, 19, 24, 194, 426



692



INDEX A



Su. Dumbrek, 403
Suez Canal, 333
Sulis. Aquae, 370
Sun. Ftn of the, 313
Sun. Water of the, 313
Surium, 272
Sweet (see Water.

Sweet)
Sybaris, 104, 211, 192,

216, 316
Syene.Wellof.324

Tacape, 315
Tacapitanse. Aquae,

315
Taenarum, 73
Tamar. Hazezon, 351
Tamaricus, 384
Taphiassus. Mt., 178,

195, 214
Tarbellae. Aquae, 375,

374

Tarbelli, 375
Tarpeia, 431, 432
Tarracina, 448, 449
Tarsus', 277
Tartarus, 382, 426
Tartessus, 382
Tasitia, 337
Tatnos, 334
Tauri. Aquae, 467
Taurius, 55
Taurus, 55
Tchoruk-Su, 247
Tchy. Tersoos, 277
Teams, 208, 231
Tegea, 8, 218
Teiresias, 138, 139,

161
Temenitis, 492
Temesa, 215
Temperance Spring,

182
Teneae. Wells called, 18
Tenedos, 287
Tenos, 297
Terrible waters, 19
Tersoos Tchy, 277
Theater, 38
Thebes', 129
Themisonium, 249



Theocritus', 299, 413
Theodore. St., 134
Theodosia. Dios, 290
Thermae. Aquae, 467
Thermeh, 231
Thermodon, 231, 257
Thermopylae, 180
Thermos flask, 196,

393
Thespiae, 158
Thessaly, 188
Thestes, 321
The Wells, 30, 179
Thisbe's, 361
Thousand. One, 366
Three stream Spg, 46
Three substances.

Well of, 363
Three Wells, 3
Thuria, 212, 264
Thurii, 212
Tiassus, 67
Tiberias, 354
Tigris, 360, 359
Tilphusa (see also

Delphusa), 138,

139, 157, 239
Timavus, 421, 482
Timon's, 100,114,121,
Tino, 297

Tiresias (see Teire-
sias)
Tisitia, 337
Titaresius, 194, 193
Toy-makers', 380
Tragus, 43
Transforming, 209,

264
Traveling Fountains,

77, 271, 464
Tree fountain. Plane,

274
Tree Spring, 88
Tre Fontane, 439
Treton, 52
Tricolini, 30, 42
Tricrena Mts., 3
Trident Spring, 46
Trident Well, 115
Trinemeia (see Trine-

meis)



Trinemeis, 125
Triopas, 260
Tritonian lake, 209,

322
Tritonis, 5, 209
Trcezen Hippocrene,

48, 49
Trophonius, 137
Tungrorum. Fons,

380
Tunis, 317
Turkovrysa, 79
Tuscan fountains.

Pliny's, 466
Typhon, 365

Ulai, 368

Unnamed. Homer's,
411
Rome's, 429



Varying fountains:
143, 183, 233, 270,
278, 287, 310, 313,
330, 384, 486

Velia, 217

Velino. Fonte, 464

Vestal Virgins', 433

Vetulonia, 469

Vichy, 372

Village. Lion's, 255

Violet odor (see also
Odorous), 335

Virgil's, 412

Virgin's, 440, 429

Virgins', 433

Virgo. Aqua, 429, 440

Vishnu's-foot Spg,
398

Volo, 197

Vostitza, 101

Vourla, 241

Vroma, 56

Vromolimni, 56

Wada. Sinaja, 394
Wad-el-kebir, 382
Wadi Ana, 389

Musa, 348

Quasam, 316



Water:

Bitter, 275

Bull's, 50, 467

Cicero's, 453

Golden, 369a, 447

Kings', 368

Lightest, 368

Black, 155, 219

Blue, 180

Red, 349
Water of:

Forgetfulness
(See Lethe), 137

Ino, 72

the Moon, 72

the Styx, 19

the Sun, 313
Water. Salt:

Cirrha, 168

Dinus, 270

Erechtheium Well,

ii5

Mt. Alesium, 15

Mylasa, 268
Water. Sweet, 138,

221
Waters:

Black, 19, 219

Royal, 185

Terrible, 19
Weeping Spring, 244
Well:

^gium, 101, 104

Alyssus, 24

A primitive, 363

Ardericca, 363



INDEX A


693


Artesian in Ocean,


Three substances,


355


363


Blacksmith's, 10


Wells:


Cyaneae, 273


Earthquake pre-


Elephantina, 324


dicting, 24


Envoys', 66


Sacred, 327


Erechtheium, 115,


Seven, 347


268


The, 30, 179


Garden of Jupiter,


Wells calledTeneae, 18


116


Wells of:


Ghost's, 215


^sculapius, 59


Hermes', 99


Apis, 327


Hvergelmere, 188


Beer-Sheba, 347


Hysiae, 140


Hermione, 57


Javelin, 173


Willows. Ftn of, 486


Lerna, in


Wine colored, 147


Leuconius, 9


Wine effect, 184


Lyca, 215


Wine flavored, 230


Midas', 248


Wine fountains, 278,


Philip's, 27


290, 397


Poseidon's, 114,


Wine Springs, 141


115


Wit dulling, 296


Pyramid, 328


Sharpening, 277


Saunion, 173


Wonderful Spring,


Well of:


481


Acerra, 457


Wound-cure, 379, 24


Achaia, 86




JEgium, 101


Xanthus, 402


Amphiaraus, 139


Xerghi, 194


Dirce, 142


Youth, Ftn. of, 171,


Flowers, 123




Mothone, 89


x 75


Nahor, 356


Zama, 318


Patrae, 98, 273


Zea, 295


Phigalia, 11


Zeus Stratios, 262


Syene, 324


Zille, 239



INDEX B

Divinities, People, Places, Subjects.
(The figures refer to the Springs' numbers.)



Aaron's rod and Hercules' club:

49

Abydos: The tablet of 326
Academia: Cicero's villa 453
Acarnania: Origin of the name

286
Achelous: His great love for the

Sirens 182
Acheron: The Tartarian lake 427
Achilles: Wounds Telephus 8
Hero of Troy 89 Roused by
the death of Patroclus 181
His spear kills Pyraschmes 203
His ancestry 281 His con-
test with Hector 402
Acolyte breezes: 299
Acorn warriors: 20
Acrisius: Killed at quoits 45
Acropolis. The: 115 117 119
Actason: His bed 144 Killed by
his dogs; their biographies 145
Actaeon's bones exorcise a
specter 150. 320
Admetus: Master of Apollo 59,

189. 197
Adrian: (see Hadrian)
Adriatic Sea 30
^acus: Ants changed to men for

him 281
^chmagorus: Son of Hercules 12
^etes: Sets tasks for Jason 2 78
^gaeon: Had fifty heads 257
^Egeus: King of Athens 48 50
y£gina: Carried off by Zeus 109
Ogle's tears form amber 477
JEgyptus: His sons killed by

Danaus' daughters 46
^Eneas: Rescues Anchises 16



Britain founded by his de-
scendant 402 Interviews the
Sibyl at Albunea 442 Where
he wooed Lavinia 445 His
numerous Etrurian allies 474

y£olus: His islands 213. 396

^pytus: Blinded by a Spring 15

Urography 117

^roplanes: Homer's 238

yEschylus: 44 477

^Esculapius: 40 50 His end 59
Dragon prescriptions 61 The
son of Fresh Air 103 Names
of those he restored to life 59.
117

iEserninus Marcellus: 301

^Esop: Fellow-slave of Doricha
288

iEthra: Her tears explain an
oracle 216

Afranius: Conquered by thirst

387
Africa: Heat produced freaks;
people that were; noseless,
lipless, tongueless, earless, one-
eyed, one-legged, neckless,
four-footed, with reversed feet,
tailed, hair-covered (women)

304

Agacturi. The 341

Agamedes 137

Agamemnon: His capital 44 His

tomb 45. 101 135 164
Agathocles 369a
Agave: Pentheus' mother 141
Agenor: Sends Cadmus in search

of Europa 131
Agrippa: 426 429 440



694



INDEX B



695



Agrippa. M: 461

Agrostis: Grass of immortality

175

Air theory. Old fresh 103

Aladdin 2 1

Alaric 65. Frightened by a
statue 114. 122 His strange
burial 211

Albania 187

Alcaeus: Loved by Sappho 288

Alcides (Hercules) : 430

Alcimidon 12

Alcinous: 409

Alcisthenes : His extravagance
211

Alcmaeon: His shield 131 Cause
of his death 174

Alcmena: Mother of Hercules
129

Alcyonian marsh: Bottomless 46

Alcyonides: His daughters 396

Aleus 8

Alexander the Great: Cause of
his death 19, 27 Son of Philip
27 His usefulness 77 Spares
Pindar's house 130. 131 Gen-
ealogy 202 Birthplace 204
His dream 238 The Gordian
knot 240. 264 Visits oracle of
the Branchidse 266 Sickness
277, 296 Visits oracle of
Ammon 313 Seeks the Nile
Spring 323 His plan for a
city 33 2 His gold coffin 332
Experiments with boy and
naptha 362 In India 397

Alexandria 322 331 332

Alexandrian library : 332

Alica pottage: 455

Allahabad: 398

Almo:434

Alope: 123

Alphabet: 131 135 210. Its
growth 295 Invention of 325
a. in Phoenicia 355

Alpheus: Tricked by Artemis
94. 486

Alpine Club explorations: 482

Alps: Dolomite 482

Amalthea: The goat, 83

Amber: Its origin 477



Amendment. The XIX 120
Amhara. Valley of : 315
Amithaon 22

Amphiaraus: Predicts defeat of
The Seven 44. 46 49 53 139

174 447

Amphinomus: His filial devotion

497
Amphion: Rocks attend his

funeral 129. 130 His magic

music 131 133 142
Amphitryon 130
Amphitrvte: Wife of Poseidon

282
Ampsanctus. valley of: 426
Amvclae: Lost through silence

67
Amyctores. The: Lived on odors;

were mouthless 398
Amycus: Prize fight with Pollux

227
Anapias: His filial devotion 497
Anchises: 8 Died in Arcadia

16. 17 Died in Asia Minor 18
Anchor: Stone anchor of "Argo"

222 a. found by Midas 248
Anchored soldier 146
Ancient origin of modern works:

333 453
Andorra: Miniature Free State

387

Andree's atlas: 323

Androclus: 236 238

Androgeus: Restored to life 59
King Minos' son; victim of
athletes' jealousy; cause of
Ariadne's misfortunes 301

Androgini: Hermaphrodites 304

Andromache: Parting with Hec-
tor 189

Andromeda: Her story in the
stars; her chains 349

Angels. Fallen: Where they fell
352

Amo: 434

Ant: Ant-origin of the Myr-
midons 281 Ants feed Midas
240

Antaeus 312

Antenor: H^s sarcophagus 479

Anthony. St.: Of Padua 480



696



INDEX B



Anfichrist: 438

Antigonus: Rebuked by a Spring

283
Antioch: 364

Antiochus: Wines a Spring 364
Antiope: Persecuted by Dirce

130 Her history 133 142
Antiope the amazon: 48
Antistius Vetus: 453
Antonine: 8

Antony. Mark: 350 458
Aones. The 129
Apelles: Criticised by cobbler

108 Inspired by Phryne 158

Birthplace 299
Apennines 466
Aphareus 95
Aphidas 9

Aphrodite (see Venus)
Apis; Reincarnation of Osiris

3 2 7.
Peculiar identification marks
that he bore 327

Apollo: His jealousy 31 Slave
of Admetus 59, 189 Meets
Creusa 118 His cave 119
Title to Delphic oracle 163
His Delphic temple 164
Turns the crow black 167
Changes Cycnus to a swan
176 Turns dragon to stone
218 Musical contest with
Marsyas 242 Changes Mi-
das' ears 248 Love for
Branchus 266 Avenges Psa-
mathe's son's death 281 His
precocity and birth 298
Courts Cyrene 320 His
sacred cattle 407. 442 471

Apollonius of Tyana; His mys-
teries 259

Apollonius Rhodius 397

Appian Way: 212 429 434 436

449
Apple. The 163 402
Apples of Venus 75
Apries. King: 321
Aquarius: Constellation 174
Aquataccio brook : 434
Aqueduct grafting: 229 429 434
Aqueduct construction: 429



Arabia: Wealth of 347
"Arabian Nights": 207
Arabs: Whence they came 312
Arachne: Her spiders spin black

webs in sorrow for Thebes'

fate 130
Ara Maxima: 430
Ararat. Mt: 188
Arcadia: City in Crete 83
Arcadian innocence 1
Areas 20
Archemorus 44
Archimedes: 486
Arecomisci. The: 378
Areopagus 117 118 124
Ares (see Mars)
Arethusa: Flees from Alpheus 30

Whither she fled 279
Arethusa: City 206 Lake 359
Argo (see Golden Fleece)
Argos in Acarnania 1 79
Argus 174

Argus: Hera's cowherd for Io 282
"Argus": U. S. warship 320
Argyra: Her inconstancy 100
Aria 207
Ariadne: Deserted by Theseus

48 Consoled by Glaucus 175

Sailed in the "Theoris" 298

Her thread guide in the

labyrinth 301
Ariantas. King: 394
Arimaspi: The one-eyed 304
Arion: Progeny of Poseidon and

Demeter 7
Aristaeus: Cyrene's son; breeds

bees from an ox 320. 415
Aristobulus: 397
Aristocrates: King stoned to

death 18
Ariston: How his wife became

beautiful 68
Aristophanes: Comedy of "The

Birds" 212
Aristoteles (see Battus)
Aristotle: 25 114 His garden

121 125 Cause of his death

285. 397
Arithmetic 355
Arrowheads: Cauldron made

from 394



INDEX B



697



Anows: The lightest 391

Art: 156. of the rocks, clouds and

stars 159
Artabutitae. Had four feet 304
Artaces: His strange death 222
Artaxerxes: Cyrus' brother 367
Artemesia: Grief for Mausolus

264
Artemesia: First woman ad-
miral 264
Artemis (see Diana)
Ascalaphus: Changed to an owl

484.

Ascanius. Lake 226

Asclepiades 59

Ashes. The Hesperides change to
322

Aspri Islands 289

Ass: Taught man the value of
pruning 58 Loses man's im-
mortality 171

Assuan: Its dam 324

Astragalus: 480

Atalanta: Races with Hippome-
nes 75. 486

Atarantes: The a. had no names

Athamas: Bacchus' nurse 147
Forsakes Nephele 159

Athena (see Minerva)

Athens: population: house rent
114

Athletics: Cradle of 90 a.
among the gods 90 Time
records not preserved 227

Atlantis: The lost island 312

Atlas: Petrified by Medusa 306.
307312

Atoms: Theory of 355

Atreus: Feeds Thyestes with his
children 45

Attila: 479

Auge: Courted by Hercules 8218

Augeus: Refuses to pay Hercules

95

Augustine. Saint: 441
Augustus: 8 347
Auriga: Constellation 115
Autochthons: 188
Avernus: The easy descent to
426



Aviators. Ancient: Musaeus 114
Daedalus 114 Icarus 434
Axe prosecuted 115

Baby changed to dragon 90

Babylon: Its walls 361 367 369

Bacchantes. The: 141

Bacchus (Dionysus) (Iacchus):
46 130 133 "141 His birth-
place; born several times; his
nurses; his heart eaten by
Semele; his first bath; cooked
by Titans 147 Worshipped
on Parnassus 163. 166 171 174
His nurses 183 Saves Midas
from starvation 240 Spoofs
Midas 248 His festival 290
The Egyptian b. 326 b. in
India 397 433 443

Bad and Good 397

Bady 95

Baedeker: An ancient 75

Bahreim isles: 355

Baius: Friend of Ulysses 451

Bandits: 139 215

Barathrum : At Athens 66

Barrage of sand. Battle 459

Basques. The 384

Bath: (England) 370

Bathers changed to birds 209

Battus: A lion cures his stutter-
ing 320 321

Bay (see Laurel)

Bazi River 1

Beauty and Bravery acquired 68

Bebrycians. The: 227

Bees: Feed Comatus 299 Pro-
duced by oxen 320. 396

Belesys: His palace and garden

367
Bellerophon: 48. and Pegasus

109
Bellerophon: Letters of 210
Bethesda: Its troubled waters

383

Bethulia-like siege 177

Bhagiratha: 398

Bible: Translated at Pharos 332

Birds: Rocs 21 Cannibal 21
Stymphalian 21, 278 Mag-
pies: Pierus' daughters changed



698



INDEX B



Birds — Continued

to 161 Bustards 170 Hawk
171 Swallow 171 Nightingales
161 171 201 Bathers become
209 First music teachers 230
Quill shooting 278 Eagle 278
Peacock 174 282 Swans 298
As writing masters 325 Ice-
birds 396 Geese 432 Ceme-
tery 489

Birth customs of the Tibareni
278

Black Forest: 390

Black Sea: 231 390

Blest. The: Their dwelling 422

Boar-guide. A: 236

Boaz: 350

Boccaccio: 209

Boedromion. Month of: 122

Bolshevik: 113

Bolsheviki. Ancient: 395

Bona Dea: 252 430

Books and Writings. Lost 210

Boomerang. An ancient: 124

"Boot. The": (Italy) 210

Bormus: 226

Bosphorus 457

Boundary lines 73

Bourbon kings 371

Brachmanes of India; their
beliefs 397

Bradley. Miss 174

Brahma 398

Branchidae. The: Their temple
266

Branchus and Apollo 266

Brass tempered by Pierene: 109

Bread: Mysterious 202

Breasts of Nature and Woman

159

Brennus at Thermopylae 180
Bribery by Athena 118
Bridegroom of a day 59
Brindisi 460

Britain's founder a Trojan 402
Britannica plant: Cured quinzy

if eaten before thunder 392
Brusa: City 226
Bruttii: 23 212
Bucephalus: Alexander's horse

397



Buddha 394

Bulgaria 207

Bulis: Heroism of 66

Bull: Farnese 130 Marathon-

ian 50
Bulls: Fire belching 278
Burbank 1
Byron. Lord: Describes Dirce

130 Describes Castalia 164

b. and Egeria 434

Cacus: Three headed 430

Cadaver of a city 496

Cade. Jack: 441

Cadmus: Preface. Relics of his
ship 1 29 Riddle of the Sphinx
about him 129 Search for
his sister 131 The teeth he
sowed 135 His old age 141.
188 210 c. and the alphabet

295, 325, 355

Caeneus changed sex 138

Caesar: His search for the Nile
Spring 323 His Spanish cam-
paign 387. 434 460 475

Caesar Germanicus 392

Cairo 327 330

Calabria 210

Calchas: Predicts fall of Troy
135 Died because Mopsus
was a better seer 138. 181
Predicting contest with Mop-
sus 239

Caligula: 429

Calingas: They lived but 8 years

304

Callimachus of Cyrene 83 320

Callirrhoe: 111 fated name; Loved
by Coresus 174

Callisto: Changed to a constella-
tion; her misfortunes 20 21 22

Calvinus. Sextius 376

Calydon 174

Calydonian boar: Hide and
tusks 8 Hunt 32, 181. 53
Killed by Meleager 174

Calypso: 16 408 425

Cambyses: Killed by his sword
115 C. and the Nile 323

Camels: Town of 341

Camenae. The 434



INDEX B



699



Camp Meeting and County
Fair 471

Campus Martius: 435

Canal. Novel: 229 453

Cancer. Tropic of 324

Candia (Crete) 301

Cannibals: The first 171 c. of
Cambyses 335 404

Capaneus: Restored to life 59

Capena (see also Porta) 434

Caracalla: 434

Carbuncles: 309

Carneades on Justice: 139

Carob trees: 194

Carso plateau: Its remarkable
caves 249 482

Caryatides 18

"Cas de M. Guerin": 278

Cassander 19

Cassiopeia: Mother of Androm-
eda 349

Castalia's fallacious fame: 160

Castor and Pollux: Rebuke the
inhospitable 65. 67 Avenge
Simonides' loss 196. 435

Cat: 20 Diana changed to a
cat 145 Erysichthon eats his
cat 260

Cattle that grazed backward 309

Caucasus. Mt: 278

Caunus: Loved by Byblis 265

Cavalry : Dancing cavalry of the
Sybarites 211

Cave: Corycian 164

Caves. Remarkable: 166 249 482

Cecropia 114 116

Cecrops 114 125

Celebe: Drinking vessel 109

Cemetery of imported earth 468

Census taking in Scythia and in
India 394

Centaurs 178

Centers: Of World and Greece
163 Of Rome 438 Of Sicily
484 .

Ceos torn from Bceotia 294

Cephalus: Kills Procris with the
unerring javelin; Takes the
Lovers' Leap 124 His guar-
anteed dog and javelin 281

Cepheus the sea monster 349



Cerberus: 73 His many exits
from Hades 159 Progeny of
Typhon 275. 322 426

Cercyon: Killed by Theseus
123

Cerealis. Julius: 446

Ceres (Demeter):

Mother of Arion; Black De-
meter 7 Visits Mysius 102.
116 Seeks Proserpine 122
Taught planting 123 157 In-
flicts Erysichthon with hunger
260 Her priestesses 303. 484
485 496

Ceyx: Changed to a kingfisher
396

Chalastricum 205

Chalcodon's tomb 4

Chalcon 299

Chamasleon 230

Chandler. Dr: 164

Chaplets: Petrified 199

Charaxus: Sappho's brother 288

Chariclo: Mother of Teiresias;
upbraids the gods 1 6 1

Charites. The 149

Charon: 57 His boat 426

Charon's sewer 251

Charybdis 365 487

Chaucer 48

Checkers at Corinth 109

Cheeses of Xemausus 378

Chelonophagi. The: 334

Cheops: 77

Cherillus. King: 8

Childless Olympus 3

Chimaera: Progeny of Typhon

275

Chimneys. Ancient 202
China: 312
Chinese 316 325
Chiron: Centaur 22 96
Chlidanope: Mother of Cyrene

320
Chloris: The Greek Flora 314
Christianity: 73 c. opposed by

the silversmiths 237
Chronology: 107
Chrysaor: Mate of Pegasus 306
Chrysomallus of the Golden

Fleece no, 159



700



INDEX B



Cicero: 157 232 429 Beheaded

453- 484

Cimmerians. The 396 426

Cinesias 120

Circe 16 487

Circus Maximus: 425

Cithasron, the king, reconciles
Hera and Zeus 145

Cities: Drowned 104. Man-
like 140 The 13 wicked cities
353 Cadaver of a city 496

Civilization. New centers of 77

Civil War. The Roman: 323

475

Claudian 480

Claudius: 301 372 429 452 472

Cleis: Sappho's daughter 288

Cleite: 224

Cleomenes: Bribes oracle 163.
316

Cleopatra: As Venus 277 350

Cleophylus: His "Annals" 236

Cleostratus: Kills dragon arter
being swallow r ed 158

Climax road 14

Clock. Main-Spring of a 119

Cloud-like hills: 133

Cly temnestra : 44 45

Clytia queen of Cos 299

"Coal Sack. The" 174

Coan cloth : Diaphanous 299

Coat of mail of mares' hoofs: 117

Cobbler: and Apelles 108 The
c. who sewed up the winds 396

Coccus berry: 172 .

Coffin: gold 332 Transparent
336

Coinage: First silver 281

Cold storage: Ancient 333

Colophon : Origin of the word 239

Colossal carvings 369

Colossal statues 327

Colosseum 438 447

Columbus and Indian real es-
tate 210 Crossed the con-
fines of Earth 3 1 2

Comatus: Fed by bees 299

Comedy: Susarion its inventor

113

Constantine: 163
Constellations: Great Bear 20



Sagittarius 160 Crow 167
Aquarius 174 Lyre 207 An-
dromeda 349 Cepheus 349
Cassiopeia 349 Gemini 435
Scorpio 477

Contoporia road 52

Conundrum (see Riddles)

Cookery's evolution: 484

Cookshops. Altar 101

Copis: The Feast so called 67

Coral: Origin of 306

Corey ra: 109

Coresus: Tragedy of Callirrhoe
and the priest Coresus 174

Corinth 108

Corcebus kills "Punishment"
281

Corpse columns of the Appian
Way 212

Corycian cave in Cilicia 275

Cottus had 50 heads 257

Counterfeit money: Ancient 291

Courage. Germs of 44 Dium c.
201

Cow. Cadmus': 129, 131

Cow phlebotomy 383

Cows. Streets made by 131

Cranae Island 62

Creation : Of brutes and man 171
Of woman 1, 107

Creation schemes 107

Creon. King: 44

Cresphontes : Explains oracles 90

Cretans 83

Crete 83

Creusa and Apollo 1 1 8

Creusa and Xuthus 1 20

Cricket. Tithonus changed to a
c. 326

Crimea 395

Crisus 121

Crocotta. The 304

Crcesus; 236 240 250 Tests the
oracles 266

Cronus (see Saturn)

Crotopus: Father of Psamathe
281

Crow: 88. Finds Hesiod's
bones 150 Crow constella-
tion 167 c. guides Battus 320

Crowns. Origin of 30



INDEX B



701



Crystal gazing 98
Crystallomancy 73
Ctesias wrote of India 397
Cupid (Eros): Dwarf divinity 3.

158 Effect of his shaft on

Pluto 484
Curetes: Origin of the name 286
Curiosity. Literary: 299
Curtius. Q. 206
Cuvier-like architects 133
Cybele (see Rhea) Her car 75

Her priests 434
Cyclades islands: 290 The

smallest of them 298
Cyclops: 59 189 487
Cvcnus changed to a swan 176

475
Cyllene. Mt 1

Cynics: Origin of the name 121
Cynisca: First woman horse

trainer 65
Cynomolgi. The dog-headed C.

304

Cyrene and Apollo 320
Cyrus: 258 266 March to Baby-
lon 367
Cyzicenian ointment 89 223
Cyzicus 222-226

Daedalus: First aviator 114

Dalmatia 187

Damon and Pythias 10

Danai. The: 188

Danaus: Flight from Egypt; his

50 daughters 46 His landing

place 60
Dancing cavalry of the Sybarites

211
"Dancing ground of Ares" 131
Daniel's vision 368
Dante 426
Daphne: Tricks Leucippus 31.

164
Dardanelles: 159 402
Darius 66. His vanity 208

His camel 362
Dead Sea 351
Death: Fettered by Sisyphus

109 D. prohibited 298
Dejaneira and Nessus' love

philter 178 195



De Lesseps 333

Delphi: 163-164 Oracle of
Apollo 163-164 173 183

Demeter (see Ceres)

Demosthenes: Cured himself 320

Destiny: A program 484

Deucalion: Preface, 90 Re-
peoples the Earth 107. 113
In Athens 114. 116 164
Father of Hellen 189 In
Cynus 282

Deus Rediculus 434

Dewdrops, the tears of Eos 326

Diamond plow of Hephaestus 278

Diana (Artemis):

Her statue in a tree 17 Per-
secutes Callisto 20 Kills
Buphagus 34 Called Cory-
thallia 67 Tricks Alpheus
94. 109 Alleged concealed
deformity 145 Deaths she
caused 145 Changed into a
cat 145 Her temple at
Ephesus 237, 269 Her
birth 298. 434 441 486

Dice of Tiberius. Gold 480

Dice oracle of Geryon 480

Dickens 115

Dido: 425

Dindymus. Mt: 224

Diogenes perhaps misjudged 108

Diogenes discovers the Nile

Spg 323

Diomed (see Diomedes)

Diomedes of Argos 51

Diomedes of Thrace: Fed his
horses on human flesh 89

Diomedes changed to a bird 212

Dione: 183

Dionysia: Bacchus' festivals 147

Dionysus (see Bacchus)

Dirce: Her persecutions 130

Discord: Her wedding present
281

Discoverers: Their courtesy 210

Distance measures: Preface.

Dodona: Its oracle 183

Dodona oak: Its ants become



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