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Panopeus quarreled before birth

171. 294
Papal decree geography: 475
Papyrus: 485
Parasang. The 367
Paris: Flight with Helen 62. 112

Place where his beauty prize

was awarded 225. 281 402



Parnassus. Mt.: Preface 160

Parsley for prizes 44

Parthenon. The: 114, 115

Pasiphae 301

Pasteur 24

Patents 46 82

Patriotism fostered: 129

Patroclus: 79 Fatalities in his
pastimes 181 Borrows Achil-
les, armor 203 Kills Pyraech-
mes 203

Paul. St.: At Athens 118. 119
At Ephesus 237. 247 251 272
His birthplace 277. 433 439

Pausanias preface. His skepti-
cism 73

Pausanias: Clears Greece of the
Persians 146

Peacock: 174 Given Argus'
eyes 282

Pegasus: 48 His taming 109
Rebukes Hellicon's excitement
161 Produced from Medusa's
blood 306

Peirene: 109

Peisander: Hercules' historian 46

Peisistratus: An English 114

Pelasgi. The: 188

Pelasgians. The: 116 470

Pelasgus: Settled Arcadia 20. 188

Peleus: Kills his father-in-law
181 Father of Achilles 281

Pelias: Boiled by his daughters
92

Pelias no

Pelion: Piling p. on Ossa 199

Peloponnesus giant : 84

Pelops: Founded Pisa 91 from
Phrygia 188

Pelops' Isle: 1

Penelope: Her last days; Ulysses'
cruelty 16. 65 410

Pentheus: Torn to pieces by his
mother 141

Pepper and honey drink: 348

Perdiccas: Receives sunshine as
wages 202

Peripatetics 121

Perjury among the gods: 19

Perjury court: 488

Perke: 207



INDEX B



7i3



Perseus: Founds Mycenae 44
Kills grandfather at quoits 45.
242 Slays Medusa 306
Visits Amrnon 313 Father of
Erythras 346 Rescues An-
dromeda 349

Persuasion: Goddess 1

Peters. St. : 447

Peter. St.: His statue 438. 447

Petra: Built by Genii 348

Phaedra: and Hippolytus: Her
end 48

Phaethusa : Her tears form amber ;

477

Phaeton: 477

Phalanthus: Sees rain from a
clear sky 216 His end and
monument 460

Phantasmos : Sleep'sassistant 396

Phaon: Cause of Sappho's death
288

Pharos 331 332

Pheidippides: First Marathon
racer 120

Pherecrates (see Metagenes) :
His fantastic Springs 74

Pherecydes: An early seismolo-
gist 24

Phialo: Loved by Hercules 12

Phidias: 5 Adorns the Par-
thenon 114

Philetus: Light weight poet 299

Philip Amyntas: Loses his right
eye 203

Philip II: His bribery 27 A
scrap of paper diplomatist 204

Philomela: (see Procne) 171

Philomelus: 173

Phineus: and the Harpies 278

Phobetor: Sleep's assistant 396

"Phocian resolution" 169

Phocus: 130 Killed by a brother
181 A wolf avenges his death
281

Phoenicia : Knowledge, inven-
tions, discoveries, colonies of

355
Phoenicians: 188
Phormio's inhospitality : 65
Phrixus: Receives the Golden

Fleece 159



Phrygia: Older than Egypt 188
Its language the first 188

Phryne: Her birthplace, wealth
and beauty 158 Her solid
gold statue 164

Phryxos (see Phrixus)

Physicians: Sickness fostered by

. 2I 4.

Pickwick: An ancient 481

Pictures made with stars: 167

Pi era: 90

Pi ems and the Muses 161

Pigmies. The: 304 398

Pig pets 136

Pilgrimage: A six year 398

Pilgrims' Rock of Greece 60

Pillars of Hercules: 312

Pindar: His odes 44 p. and
Horace 130 Buried in a
hippodrome 134 p, and the
bees 134

Pine cones as food 82

Pinolas 82

Piper: Peter 160

Pirates' haven 331

Pirithous 48

Pisa: Leaning tower 468

Pisatis. The: 91

Plagiarism 83

Plants that indicate water below

24
Plato: 114 His Academy 116
His tolerance 147 His Atlan-
tis 312 His debt to India

397 453
Plato: Comic poet 128
Plautus: His comedies 109
Pleiades: Affect a fountain 278
Pliny (Elder): Enumerator of
many Springs His procras-
tination 384 An early Pick-
wick 481
Pliny (Younger) : His villas 229,
445, 447, 466, 481 describes
Clitumnus 476
Pluto: Entrance to his realm 46
Feared ^sculapius 59 His
pasturage 382. 426 484 485 4> 6
Plutonium 251

Plymouth Rock: The Greek 60
Poesas: Lights Hercules'pyre 195



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INDEX B



Poets: Boeotian 160

Poisoned marriage robe no

Pollux: (see also Castor)

Fights with Amycus 227. 435

Polo: Marco 117

Polybotes: The giant over-
whelmed by Poseidon 300

Polynices: His animated shield
136

Polypemon 48

Polyphemus 487

Pomegranate 484

Pompeii: 458. 481

Pompey: Secures Mithridates
treasures 232. 475

Pomptine marshes 449

Pont du Gard 378

Pontica: (Bithynia) 229

Pontus Euxinus: (Black Sea)

Porsenna (see Lars)

Porta: Capena, San Sebastiano
434 Viminalis 432

Poseidon (see Neptune)

Posides: 452

Posidippus: His epigram 288

Posilipo: 426 455

Praeneste: 429 440

Praxiteles: His statue of Hera
145. 158 His gold statue of
Phryne 164 His Cnidian
Venus 261

Prayer: Stops wind 89 An-
swered 281

Pre-glacial inhabitants: 188

Prehistoric: Fossils 188 Pirates'
rum 223

Prioress outwitted: 94

Prizes of parsley: 44

Procne: Her tongue is cut out by
Tereus; reveals the crime by
embroidery; feeds Tereus with
his son; is changed into a
swallow 171

Procris: Her jealousy and the
result 124

Procrustes: His bed of torture
48

Prodicus 86

Prcetus 22 96

Program of the Ages. The: 484

Progress: Train of 114



Prometheus: Punished for theft

107 His punishment 278
Proserpine 48 484 485 496
Proteus: Could assume any

form 281 Bound by Mene-

laus 399
Psamathe's enchantments 281
Psammitichus: Raised Nile

Spring discoverers 323
Psylli: Snake proof; fight the

South Wind 306
Ptcempha. The: Had a dog king

304
Ptolemy: His courage 52. 345
Punjab 397
Puteoli 453
Pylades 132
Pylenor 96
Pyraechmes: Killed by Patroclus

203
Pyramia 60

Pyramids: 77 288 325 327
Pyramus and Thisbe: 361
Pyrrha (see Deucalion)
Pyrrhus: Defeat of 210
Pythagoras: Three of the name

291

Quail bay 73
Queen cooks 202
Quinzy cure 392
Quoit: An historical 281
Quo Vadis church 434 438
Quo Vadis? Domine: 434

Rabbit's foot superstition 480

Rahab 350

Rain producers: 1

Ramayana 398

Rameses 323 326

Rasselas 315

Ray : Ultra violet 424. X-ray 95

Reforms: Political 114

Regillus. Lake: 435

Relativity: 231

Relayed presents: 298

Remus: His ghost 450

Renan 352

Resurrection. The: 428

Retreat of the 10,000 Greeks 367

Rex. Q. Marcius: 461



INDEX B



715



Rhacias: Marries Manto at sight

239

Rhadamanthus: 426

Rhampsinitus 137

Rharian plain : 133

Rhea, (see Cybele) 1 2 7 13 163

Aids the Argonauts 224. 326
Rhine: Had 12,000 tributaries

391

Rhone: Bathed in Lake Geneva

38i

Rhone canal 453

Rhyndacus: Ruled by Merops
222

Richest man 266

Riddle: Sphinx's R. 129 R.
solved by Phalanthus 216
Homer's death riddle 399

River: Disappearing 13, 54 As
a common carrier 30 r. Trust
30 One of the coldest 41.
Sea-going r. 51 r. of Doubt
53 Reincarnation of a r. 53
r. of soup 74 Deadly r. 96
Of bad odor 96 Doctored r.
168 r. floating on another
J 94ยป 359 Brushed aside the
sea 243 Most tortuous 246
A r. sued 246 Continuous
waterfall 353 Most rapid r.
381 Largest Italian r. 477

Rivers and poet's births 399

Rivers: Grecian 402

Robe: A poisoned marriage robe
no. A $120,000. robe 211

Rocs: 21

Roman insignia: 469

Roman itineraries 371

Roman remains at Bath 370

Romans : Homes and lives of 48 1

Rome: Elevators 327 Civil war
387 Its nebula 412 Founda-
tion date 429 The Forum
430, 435, 438 Gates 432, 434,
436 Its geese 432 Its noises
434,446 Center of 438 Foun-
tains 440 Captured by Gauls
470 Taken by Porsenna 474

Rome's aqueducts: 429

Rome's strangely changing water
429



Romulus: 431 433 438 450
Roses : Of Paestum ; Sixty leaved

202
Roumelia 207
Rum: Ancient 223
Russia 113
Ruth 350

Sabine: Rape 431 s. tract 465
Sacrifices. Human: 20 29 136

488
Saffron scented theaters 275
Sagara. king 398
Sagittarius: Constellation 160
"Sagras. Battle of the" 214
Sagus eat pre-chewed food 211
Salamanders poison Wells 24
Salmacis 264
Salmoneus: His sacrilege and

death 92
Salt: Mines 15 Houses 307

Preservative 333
Samson 214

Samson-like Perseus: 48
Sancho Panza: 434
Sanctuary. Slave: 488
San Paolo: 439
Sappho: 124 Her character, her

brother, her end 288
Saracens 210 213
Sardonic grin 500
Sarmatians: Their dragon-scale

armor 117. 395
Saturn (Cronus):

2. Deceived by Rhea 7, 163,
164 Swallows Hera 21 Can-
nibalistic 83 257
Satyr: 46 s. captured by Midas

258
Satyrs of Africa 304
Saul 131

Scamandronymus 288
Schaffhausen Falls 391
Schlemihl. Peter 1
Science's sight and Fable's

memory 426
Scipio 318 434

Sciron: Changed to rocks 113
Scopas: Architect 8
Scopas: Punished by Castor and
Pollux 196



716



INDEX B



"Scrap of paper" diplomacy:

27 475
Scylla 487

Scythia: 394 395 398
Sea: Asleep 224. Dining in the

445
Sea: Place of retirement for the

sea: 426
Seasons. The: 314
Seed of the Trojan War 281
Seers 138
Selemnus: Deceived by Argyra

100
Selli: The priests 183
Semele:46 Eats Bacchus' heart

T 47

Semiramis: Gains the throne by
a ruse 369 Preserved by
doves 369

Seneca 206

Sequester: Vibius 209

Serpent-proof Psylli. The: 306

Servia 207

Sesostris and the Suez Canal 333

Seven against Thebes 44

Seven sleepers. The 237

Sex change 138

Shadowless: Groves 1 Men 1

Shakespeare: 48 164 238 475

Sheep: Their color changed 155
191 192 282

Shelley. P. B.: and Arethusa 486

Shells from the sky 383

Shepherd: Selemnus 100 Finds
Marsyas' flutes 53

Sibyl : 426 700 years old 442

Sibyls 164

Sicily: Its ancient name 210 484

Sickness prohibited 298

Siculi. The: 210 484

Sidero 92

Sieve: Drawing water with a 46

Sight : Lynceus' sharp sight 322

Sight restored: Phormio's 241

Silenus: His appearance and
reverses 202. 240 Made
drunk by Midas 248

Silphium 320

Silversmiths: Opposed Christian-
ity 237

Similia similibus curantur 8



Simonides: Gratitude of Castor
and Pollux 196 His epigram
294 Adds to the alphabet

295

Sinai. Mt.: 108 345 433

Singing taught by birds 325

Sinus: His treatment of travelers
48

Sirens: Misjudged 82. 484

Sisera 180

Sisyphus: 108 Cause of his
punishment 109 He fetters
Death 109

Siva 398

Skepticism: Undermines hea-
thenism 266

Slave insurrection: 212 215 488

Slaves: 10,000 sold daily 298
Stone seat to free slaves 449

Sleep: King of 5. his home 396

Small boy: The 84

Smindyrides: Had 1,000 kitchen
slaves 211

Snake-footed giants: 216

Snake: Obtains perpetual youth

I 7 I

Snakes: Catablepas killed with

its gaze 305 Basilisk 305, 306
Amphisbaena had two heads
305 Sepses 306 Dipsas 306
334 398 As war weapons 457

Sniff: 480

Socialism in India 397

Sodom and Gomorrha 353

Sogdiana 266

Solfatara. The: 426

vSolon: 114

Solon's stratagem 168

Somnus: King of sleep 396

Sophanes' anchor-valor 146

Sophocles: 44 50 114 130

Sorcerer's garlic 19

Sorrows of History, Science and
Art 332

Sortes. Divination by: 470 480

Soup rivers 74

South America 312

Southey 457

South Pole 323

Sow. Crommyon 30

Spa 380



INDEX B



717



Spanish tract in French territory

387

Sparta 65

Spartacus: His insurrection and
end 212. 215

Specific Gravity and Arethusa:
486

Specter's statue chained 150

Sperthies' heroism 66

Sphinx: Its riddle 129 Progeny
of Typhon 275 Avenged by a
fox 281

Spiders: 130

Sponge: Land like a petrified 482

Sporades islands 291 300

Springs (see Index A)

Stadia: Length of; Preface.

Stanley 323

Star stories (see Constellations)

Stars: Their pictures 159, 167

Statielli tribe sold as slaves: 478

Statue bathing: 47 470

Statues: Black 28 When first
made of metal 65 At first of
unhewn stone 99 Of gold
108, 164 (Colossal: Athena's
114 Thebes' 325 Memphis
327) Of a specter 150 Of
wood 173 Made of living
animals 218, 281 Strength
giving s. 249 Hedge s. 466
Heathen s. for Saints 438
Rock-cut 496

Stealing town-sites: 216 238

Stephanus: Martial uses his
bath 446

Stephen. Saint 383

Stone: First statues were unhewn
s. 99 "The fugitive Stone"
222

Stone of the Galli 252

Stories in the stars (see Constel-
lations)

Stratonicus: His wit 204 207 268

Strength-giving statue 249

Strophius: Father of Pylades 132

Stuttering cured by fright 320

Stymphalian birds 21 278

vSuez Canal 333

Suffrage: Female 114

Suffragettes: Lysistrata 120



Sulla 86 163 286

Sun dial: First Roman 497

Sungold : Paying in 202

Superstition 183

Sura. Licinius 481

Susarion: First comedy writer

113
Swallow: Procne changed to a

s. 171
Swan: Dircean 130 Singing 298
Swords: Digging Wells with 387
Sybarites 210 211 216
Syenite 324
Sylvanus 431
Symplegades: The swinging

rocks no
Syracuse 485 486
Syrtes. The: 316

Taaut 325

Tadpoles 228

Tali 480

Talking oak. The 281

Tang-hi: Seeks the Ganges' Spg

398

Tangier 312

Tantalus 235

Tarcon: Born gray haired 444

Tarpeia and Tatius 431

Tarquin 470

Tarracina: 448 449

Tartarus: Location 257. 484

Tatius 431

Tauri. The 395

Tears: Formed amber 477

Tegeans: Bound with their own
fetters 10

Teiresias: 130 134 Changed sex
and genus; dissatisfied Juno's
inquisitiveness; lived seven
generations 138, 139. 141
Blinded by Minerva 161. 239

430

Telamon: Friend of Achilles 267

Teleclus: Odd conquest of Amy-
da 67

Telemachus: His visit to King
Menelaus 410* 4io b

Telephus: Saved from the sea;
becomes a king 8

Telescoping trees 315



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INDEX B



Tempe: Vale of 193

Temple: Robberies 8, 163 The
best preserved /. in Greece 13
Largest /. 122 T. roped to a
city 237

Tereus (see Procne) 171

Terra d'Otranto 210 216

Terrestrial Paradise 107

Terrors incognita 96

Terrors of the Indian voyage 334

Tethys had 3000 children 281

Thaleia and Zeus 488

Thales: His debt to India 397

Thamyris: Cause of his blind-
ness 86

Thanksgiving festival 147

Thargelion month 298

Theagenes: Early Bolshevik 113

Theagenes: Killed by a statue

115

Theano: and Hippodamus 212
A poetess 214

Theater: 98, 275

Thebes (Egyptian): Had 7
million inhabitants 325

Thebes (Grecian) 129 Its gates
130

Thefts: Heirs liable for 114

Themis: Justice 163 281

Themistocles: 114

Theocritus: /. & Peisander 46.
412 413

Theodorus: First metal statue
maker 65

Theodosius 122 163

The'ophrastus 397

Theopompus 183

Thermopylae: 44

Theseus: Emulated Hercules;
humorously destroyed mon-
sters; went to Hades for
Proserpine; had many wives;
married Antiope the Amazon
Deserted Ariadne 48 Married
Helen; escaped poisoning by
Medea 55 Destroyed Sciron
113 Killed Cercyron; raised
wrestling to an art 123 His
ship the "Theoris" 298 De-
stroyed the Minotaur 301

Thessaly 68 188



Thestius. King 11

Thetis: Mother of Achilles 281

Theutis: Fired the first shot in

the Trojan campaign 41
Thirst: Tortures caused by 387
Thirteen wicked cities 353
Thisbe 361
Thisoa: 1, 41.
Thoas: King of Lemnos 44
Thrace: Road to Europe 188.

200 201 Many boundaries

and names 207 Its language

lost 207
Thraso the statuary 280
Three-eyed monarch 90
Three hundred fold yield 316
Thucydides: Death of 225
Thyestes: Fed with his children

45

Thyia festival 290

Thyiades: The revels of the 166

Thyrsus. The: 82

Tibareni: Their strange custom

278
Tiberius' gold dice 480
Tibertus: Son of Amphiaraus

447

Tibur 463

Time system of the Romans 287

Time: The corridor of 1 The
perspective of 1 56 His adorn-
ing touch 378

Timon of Athens 114

Tin Gow 480

Tips: Stips 472

Tiresias (see Teiresias)

Titans: They cook Bacchus 147
Had 50 heads and 100 arms

.257
Tithonus: Changed to a cricket

326
Titus 431

Tityus: Size of his grave 171
Tivoli 429 442 463
Tortillas: 313
Toth: 325. His wife 325
Town: A real 58
Towns: Migrating 140
Toy painting 380
Traditions vary: Preface. 51
Tragedy's slip 462



INDEX B



719



Trajan: 229 320 472

Trambelus 267

Transparent coffins 335

Treasury of Minyas 150

Trebizond 29

Tree: Grafting 1 The oldest 26
Banquet held in a /. 274 The
poplar, its fruit and cures 303
Milk giving tree 383

Trees: 17 99 135 136 164 Tele-
scoping /. 315 The Hesperi-
des change to t. 322

Trevi 440

Trieste 482

Triopas: 260

Triptolemus: 98 1 16 Aids Ceres
122 Is taught how to culti-
vate grain 123 Founds Tar-
sus 277 484

Troglodytes 309

Trophonius: 15 Robber, mur-
derer, oracle 137 Horrors of
his cave 137. 164 428

Troy: 101 135 402 431

Tullius. Laurea 453

Tullus Hostilius 471

Turnus: 412 474

Tusculum: 429 447

Twelve hundred year search. A:
226

Tyana: City of 259

Tyndarus: Restored to life 59

Typhceus: Giant under Mt. Etna

497

Typhon: His ravages 275

Wounded by Zeus 365
Tyre: Its antiquity 355
Tyrian purple 355
Tyro : Her sad life 92
Tyrrhenian Sea: 444

Ultra-violet ray: 419

Ulysses: His inconsistency 16
His peculiar courtship 65. 109
U. and the vSirens 182 His
writings 210 At Temesa 215.
260 His return to Ithaca 279
Recognised by his nurse 280.
402 487

Umbritius: 434

Umpires of Olympia 90



Ur of the Chaldees 356
Uranus: First god 257
Urion: 398

Vacuna. Temple of: 459

Vala: Horace's friend 474

Van Winkle: An ancient 116

Varro 22 83

Varying traditions: Cause of 83

Velabra. The: 429

Venus (Aphrodite):

1 Insanities Prcetus' daugh-
ters 22 Black v. 28 Blinds
Erymanthus 30 V. and
Adonis 32 Her golden ap-
ples 75 Called Acidalian
149 Gives the Sirens wings
182. 188 402 484

Vercingetorix : 438

Versailles of Antioch: 364

Vesta. Temple of 433

Vestal Virgins: 470

Vesuvius 426 458 481

Vetulonia's insignia copied by
Rome 469

Vetus. Antistius: 453

Via Egnatia 187

Vice festival 364

Victoria. Queen: 188

Victory monuments. None: 140

Villas (see also Pliny): 434
Comedy and Tragedy v. 481

Vine: Originated in India 397

Virbius (see also Hippolvtus)

144
Virgil: 412 His tomb 426, 455

His end 426, 460
Virgin: Hera 58. 429 440
Vishnu 398
Vishnu-Parana 398
Visigoth 2 1 1
Vitruvius: 264
Vivaldi. Lieut.: 434
Volcanic action in Greece 56
Von Hoffman villa 434
Vulcan (Hephaestus):

1. Assists at Athena's birth
5, 98 His unerring javelin
124. 167 His diamond
plow 278 Makes the fleet-
est dog 281



720



INDEX B



Wages in sun-gold 202
Walking over fire 259
Walton. Isaac: 62
War-field of gods and giants 29
War: First shot in the World-w.

207
Washington. George 475
Water: Tested by weight 286

Character of good water 357

Lightest iv. 368
Water finders 1
Watering places: Eccentricities

of 451
Well digger: The first 46
Whale's strength 84
Wheat: First domesticated w.

122 First wild w. 491
White: Blackbirds 3 River 182

Cattle 209 Snakes 444
Widow Marpesa: 8
Wild Beast country 307
Wild madder 24
Winds: Temple of the 119
Wine: Poured into Springs 202,
258, 364

W flavored palms 350 Chemi-
cal w. 439 Falernian 459
Wise men: The seven 164

vSimonides as one of them 396.

397

Witch of Endor 137

Wolf: Eats a temple thief 163

Avenges Phocus' death 281
Woman: The first 1, 107 First

w. horse trainer 65 The Lady

of Letters 325



Woman's dress: Leucippusin 31.

299
Women: Forbidden to cross a

river 30 Two w. to one man

98 Committee of w. killed

Medea's children no
Women juries 114
Women's hair: Rope of 241
Wonderful circumstance 215
Words: Endurance of 100 w.

more enduring than metal 1 08
Worm: Peculiar 22
Wrestling: 90 123
Writing: Antiquity of 210
Writing taught by birds 325
Wrongs of one age the rights of

another no

Xenophontes 217

Xerxes: 66 146 163 At Ther-
mopylae 180 Punishes a 150-
year-old theft 266

X-ray: An ancient 95 322

Xuthus: 120

Year: 1200 y. search 226
Youth: Fountain of 171, 175

Zaleucus: From shepherd to law-
maker 214 His uprightness
214

Zeno 217

Zephyrus marries Flora 314

Zethus: Amphion's brother 130.
Marries Thebe 131. Saves
his mother Antiope 133 142

Zeus (see Jupiter)







INDEX C






Countries, Divisions; Districts


; Islands






Countries, Divisions:




Africa, 421




France, 502


Palestine, 476


Arabia, 472






Peloponnesus, 1


Armenia, 488




Germany, 521


Persia, 491


Asia Minor, 3


12


Graecia. Magna, 293


Phoenicia, 476


Assyria, 491




Greece, 1








Central, 140


Russia, 527


Belgium, 502




Northern, 257








Peloponnesus, 1


Scythia, 527


Egypt, 447






Spain, 512


England, 501




India, 531


Switzerland, 510


Ethiopia, 469




Italy, 568


Syria, 491


Foreign countries,


Magna Graecia, 293




421




Mesopotamia, 486





Acarnania, 253
Achaia, 116
iEtolia, 244
Apulia, 628
Arcadia, 1
Argolis, 47
Attica, 140

Bithynia, 319
Bceotia, 167

Calabria, 630
Campania, 621
Cappadocia, 356
Caria, 358
Cilicia, 377
Colchis, 380
Corinthia, 126
46



Districts :

Greek page 1

Roman 568

Elis, 104
Epirus, 257
Etruria, 636

Gallia Transpadana,
655

Illyricum, 265

Laconia, 75
Latium, 568
Liguria, 650
Locris. East, 254
Lycia, 372
Lydia, 330

Macedonia, 280
Megaris, 138

721



Messenia, 94
Mysia, 312

Paphlagonia, 326
Peligni, 631
Phocis, 222
Phrygia, 341
Pontus, 327

Sabini, 634
Sicyonia, 123

Thessaly, 266

Thrace, 288

Umbria, 646
Venetia, 658



722



INDEX C



JEgina, 387
Andros, 401

Ceos, 405
Cos, 414
Crete, 417
Cydonea, 401

Delos, 410



Islands :

Greek page 383
Roman 661

Euboea, 391
Ithaca, 383
Lesbos, 398
Nisyrus, 416
Samos, 403



Sardinia, 681
Sicily, 661

Tenedos, 397
Tenos, 409







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