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captures Corcyra, IX. 368; nearly

takes Carthage, 388 ; 60 ; 386
Agathocles, Lysimachus' son, IX. 76 ;

war on Demetrius, 116 f.
Agave, in '' Bacchae " of Euripides,

III. 420

Age, golden, II. 436

Ager Eomanus, divided up by Numa,

I. 362

Agesias, of Acharnae, II. 252
Agesilaiis, Archidamus' son, lineage

and character, V. 2, 36, 50, 64, 70,

I. 298, VI. 344, VIII. 152, X. 8;
king with Lysander's help, V. 6,

IV. 292 ; war on Persia, V. 12 f.,

II. 464, IV. 296 f., XI. 174; defeats
Tissaphernes, V. 24, XI. 174;
given control of navy, V. 26 ;
alliance with Cotys, 28; sets cities
in order, plans attack on Susa and
Ecbatana, recalled, 38, 416 ; defeats
Trallians, 42 ; invades Boeotia,
Coroneia battle, 44 f ., suppresses
Lysander's speech, 54, IV. 318;
attacks Corinth and Argos, V. 56;

324



seizes Heraeum, 58 ; defeats Acarna-
nians, 62 ; approves seizure of
Gadmeia, 66 ; invades Boeotia,
criticized, 72, 374, I. 244; declares
war on Thebes, Leuctra, V. 78 ;
XI. 178; declines battle with
Epaminondas, V. 86 ; refuses peace
with Thebans, 94; goes to Egypt,
100; deserts Tachos for Nectana-
big, 106 ; death, 112

Sayings: I. 268, V. 58; IV. 300,
V. 20; 32; 44; 64; 72; 104; 106;
110; XI. 174; 178

Agesilaiis, supports Agis, X. 14 20;
spoils Agis' plans by avarice, 30,
34; saved by son Hippomedon,
36

Agesipolis, Pausanias* son, succeeded
by Cleombrotus, V. 66, X. 8;
befriended by Agesilaiis, V. 54;
saves Epaminondas and Pelopidas
at Mantineia, 350

Agesipolis, Cleombrotus' son, short
reign, X. 8

Agesistrata, Agis' mother, X. 10;
supports son in reforms, 16 ; 42 ;
death, 46

Agiadae, royal line of Sparta, IV. 302,
318, X. 8

Agias, w th younger Aristomachus
seizes Argos, XI. 66

Agiatis, Gylippus' daughter, Agis'
wife, then Cleomenes', X. 50;
death, 98

Agis (1), son of Archidamus and
Lampido, brother of Agesilaiis and
king of Sparta, I. 296, V. 2; wife
Timaea corrupted by Alcibiades, 4,
8, IV. 64 ; plots against Alcibiades,
66 ; from Deceleia besieges Athens,
252, 268 ; fined for omitting sacri-
fice, I. 238; gold and silver subvert
Lycurgus' laws, 296, X. 12 ; when
dying acknowledges Leotychides as
his son, IV. 292, V. 6

Agis (2), son of Archidamus III., slain
by Antipater at Megalopolis, v. 40,
yn. 58, x. 8

Agis (3), son of Eudamidas, 5th from
Agesilaiis, V. 112, X. 8; character,
10; seeks to restore Lycurgus'
constitution, 14 f. ; got "rhetra"
before senate, 16 ; " rhetra " rejected,
24; supplants ephors by others,
28; ruined by Agesilaiis, 30, 34;



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL 'THE LIVES'



aids Achaeans against Aetolians,

30, XI. 70; slain by Leonidas, V.

112, X. 42 f.; saying, 46
Agis, sayings, I. 264, 2C8
Agnus, Attic deme, I. 26
Agrarian law of Licinius Stolo, n. 194
Agraule, Attic deme, n. 62, IV. 60
Agraulus, young warriors' oath in

sanctuary of, IV. 38
Agriculture of Cato Major, U. 366,

378, 390
Agrigentum, supports Dion, VI. 56 ;

Neapolis in its territory, 102 ;

repeopled after Timoleon pacified

Sicily, 344 ; IX. 416
Agrippa, M., Octavius' friend, IX. 214 ;

Cassius' prosecutor, VI. 184; at

Actium, IX. 284 f. ; married Marcel -

lus and Octavia's daughter, then

Octavius', 330
Agrippa Menenius, speech to plebs on

Mons Sacer, IV. 130
Agrippina the Younger, had son

Lucius by Ahenobarbus, married

Claudius Caesar, IX. 332 ; mother

of Nero, XI. 234
Agylaeus, Spartan ephor, X. 66
" Agoge," defined, V. 2, X. 72
Ahala, Servilius, slew Spurius Maelius,

VI. 126

Ahenobarbus, origin of name, VI. 420
Ahenobarbus, Cn. Domitius (1),

invaded Africa, V. 136; slain at

Utica by Pompey, 140
Ahenobarbus, Cn. Domitius (2), with

Antony against Parthians, IX. 230 ;

264; deserts to Octavius and dies,

280
Ahenobarbus, Cn. Domitius (3),

married Agrippina, had son L.

Domitius, IX. 332.

Ahenobarbus, L. Domitius (1), pro-
consul of Hither Spain, slain by

Seitorius' quaestor, vm. 30
Ahenobarbus, L. Domitius (2), married

Porcia, sues for consulship, m. 358,

426, V. 250, vm. 332; yields

Corfinium to Caesar, VH. 526; in

Pompey's camp, V. 290, 334, VH.

178, 544; led Pompey's left at

Pharsalus, V. 294, vn. 548
Ahenobarbus, L. Domitius (3), married

Antony and Octavia's daughter, IX.

332
Ahenobarbus, L. Domitius (4), son



of Cn. D. Ahenobarbus and Agrip

pina, adopted by Claudius, became

Emperor Nero, IX. 332
Aias, Periboea's son, I. 66 ; Eurysaces

and Philaeus' father, 426, IV. 2
Aidoneus, king of Molossians, had

wife Persephone, daughter Cora,

dog Cerberus, slew Peirithoiis,

imprisoned Theseus, I. 72, 80
Aigialia, see " Aegialia."
Aigikoreis, original Attic tribe, why

so called, I. 468
Aigle, see " Aegle."
Aiybs e\oc, see " Goat's Marsh "
Aii Locutii ara, erected by Camillus.

n. 168
Aipeia, Cvprian city renamed Soli, I.

478

Ajax, see " Aias."
'A/ceo-is, possibly related to "ancile,"

I. 352
Alalcomenius, Boeotian for Maimac-

terion, II. 278
Alba, ruled by Aeneas' descendants,

I. 96; 112; Romulus king on death

of Numitor, 172; II. 130; vil. 582
Alban lake, its overflow a prodigy,

11.98

Alban mount, V. 494
Alban villa, Pompey's, V. 254, 324,

VII. 160

Albanians, adjoin Iberians in Cau-
casus, II. 554, V. 204 ; crushed by

Pompey, 206 f ., 230 ; conquered

by Canidius, IX. 214
Albinius, Lucius, helps Vestals in

flight, II. 144
Albinus, Postumius, wrote history in

Greek, n. 336
Albinus, legate slain by Sulla's

soldiers, IV. 342
Alcaeus, wrote epigram on defeat of

Philip at Cynoscephalae, X, 344
Alcaeus of " Sarclis, poisoned by

Mithridates, V. 212
Alcander, blinded Lycurgus in one

eye, pardoned by him, I. 234
Alcetas, Tharrhypas' son, Arybas'

father, IX. 346
Alcetas, gets letter from Alexander

the Great, vil. 382 ; refuses to serve

under Eumenes, vni. 90 ; wants

chief command under Eumenes, 102
Alcibiades, his family, guardians,

tutor, etc., I. 256, IV. 2, K. 296 ;

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GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



character, III. 236, 246, IV. 4 f., 38,
62, VIII. 150, an orator, III. 62,
IV. 24 ; favourite of Socrates, 8 f., 18 ;
of Timon, 42, IX. 296: fought at
Potidaea, at Delium, iv. 18;
married Hipparete, 20 ; victorious
in chariot races, 24, VII. 2;
enters public life, IV. 22, 28 ; with
Nicias effects ostracism of Hyper-
bolus, II. 232, ill. 246, IV. 30;
upsets Peace of Nicias, III. 242,
IV. 32 ; made general, allies Argos,
Mantinea, and Elis with Athens,

III. 244, IV. 36; urges Sicilian
expedition, III. 250, IV. 44;
general with Nicias and Lamachus
for Sicilian expedition, HI. 252,

IV. 46 ; accused of mutilating the
Herrnae, IV. 48, 60; sails, takes
Rhegium, plans campaign, recalled,

III. 258, IV. 52, 58 ; saves Messana
from Athenians, escapes at Thurii,
58; flees to Sparta, 60; urges
sending Gylippus to Sicily and
fortifying Deceleia, 62; corrupts
Agis' wife, Timaea, 64, v. 4;
flees to Tissaphernes, IV. 66, v. 6;
advises him in conduct of war,

IV. 68, 240 ; opposed by Phrynichus,
70; made general by army at
Samos, 74; recalled from exile,
mates great change in situation,
wins naval battle off Abydos, 78,
238; imprisoned by Tissaphernes,
escapes, SO ; captures Cyzicus, 82 ;
defeats Pharnabazus, takes Selym-
bria, 86; takes Byzantium, 90;
returns to Athens, 92; attnoks
Andros, leaves Antiochus over fleet
at Samos, 102, 242 ; fleet defeated
by Lysander, 104; deposed, warns
Athenian generals at Aegospotami,
106, 256; flees to Bithynia, 108;
then to Pharnabazus in Phrygia,
110; slain, 114; statue in forum
at Home, I. 336. See also II. 296;
III. 106

Sayings : IV. 6, 14, 16, 22, 34, 38,
58, 60

AJcidamas, his rhetorical system
obtained by Demosthenes according
to Ctesibius, VII. 12.
Alcimenes, Achaean noble, with
Dion's expedition against Syracuse,
1.48

326



Alcimus, the Epeirot, sturdiest man
under Demetrius, slain at Rhodes,
IX. 50

Alcimus, place near Piraeus, II. 88

Alcmaeon, Amphiaratis' son, re-
sembled Orontes, the Persian, XI. 8

Alcmaeon, Megacles' father, I. 486 ;
led Amphictyons in defence of
Delphi, 430

Alcmaeon, Leobotes' father, II. 62 ;
denounced Therm'stocles, 292

Alcmaeonidae, Athenian family, I. 492

Alcman, lyric poet. Helots forbidden
to sing his songs, I. 290 ; eaten of
worms, IV. 440 ; Fragment 35
(Bergk m. 51) quoted, I. 272

Alcmene, Lysidice's daughter, Pelop's
granddaughter, Heracles' mother,
I. 16; body disappeared like
Romulus', 180; her monument at
Haliartus near Rhadamanthus*
tomb, IV. 312

Alcmeon, see '* Alcmaeon."

Alcyoneus, son of Antigonus, IX. 458 f .

Alea, name of Rhadamanthus' tomb
at Haliartus, IV. 312

Alesia, Gallic city taken by Caesar,

VII. 506

Alexander (1), see " Paris."
Alexander (2) the Macedonian, warned

Aristides of Mardonius" plan, II.

256; 448
Alexander (3), king of Macedonia, at

war with Ptolemy, V. 404 ; slain by

him, 406
Alexander (4), soldier of Alexander

the Great, VII. 390
Alexander (5), son of Alexander the

Great and Roxana, engaged to

Dei'dameia, IX. 354
Alexander (6), son of Polysperchon,

married Cratesipolis, IX. 22;

approaches Athens with army,

VIII. 220

Alexander (7), son of Cassander,
expelled by his brother Antipater,
asks help of Demetrius and Pyrrhus,

IX. 86 ; given Antipater's land by
Pyrrhus, 360 ; slain by Demetrius,
90, 340, 362

Alexander (8), son of Demetrius and
Dei'dameia, lived and died in Egypt,
IX. 134

Alexander (9), son of Pyrrhus and
Lanassa, IX. 370



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Alexander (10), tyrant of Corinth,
made alliance with Achaeans, XI.
38; poisoned by Antigonus, 36

Alexander (11), led Thracians at
Pydna, VI. 400

Alexander (12), 3rd son of Perseus,
his fate, VI. 452

Alexander (13), Polyhistor ( ?) taught
Crassus philosophy of Aristotle,
III. 320

Alexander (14), Strabo's freedman,
stole public property, V. 122

Alexander (15), son of Antony and
Cleopatra, IX. 218; given Armenia,
Media, and Parthia, 262

Alexander of Antioch, with Antony
against Parthians, IX. 244, 248

Alexander the Great, lineage, VII. 224;
birth, 228; appearance, v. 118,
VII. 230 ; character, 232, 242, 284 f.,
338 f., IX. 152 ; teachers, VII. 236,
240, 286, 296; as regent subdued
Maedi, fought at Chaeroneia, 244;
quarrel with father, 246; at 20
becomes king, 250 ; defeats Syrmus,
king of Triballi, 252; defeats
Thebans, 54, 254, VIII. 180 f.,
IX. 140 f.; by Greeks chosen
leader against Persians, VII. 258;
strength of his army, 260 ; battle of
Granicus, II. 138, VII. 262 f.;
storms Halicarnassus and Miletus,
268; subdues Pisidia, Phrygia,
Paphlagonia, Cappadocia, cuts
Gordian knot, 272; treated for
illness by Philip the Acarnanian,
276; defeats Dareius at Issus
278 f.; takes Tyre, 292; takes Gaza,
296 ; founds Alexandria, visits
Temple of Ammon, 300 f.; holds
contests of dithyrambic choruses
and tragedies, 308 ; rejects Dareius'
peace proposals, 310 ; defeats
Dareius at Arbela, 316 f. ; pro-
claimed king of Asia, 326 ; traverses
Babylonia, 328; takes Susa, 332;
ravages Perns, hears Dareius is
captured, sends Thessalians home,
348; takes Dareius' camp, 350;
invades Hyrcania, V. 206, VTI. 352;
invades Parthia, assumes barbaric
dress, 354 ; routs Scythians, 356 ;
attempts to mix Macedonians and
barbarians, marries Roxana, 358;
plotted against by Philotas and



others, 362 f . ; murders Cleitus
368 f. ; prepares to invade India,
VI. 384, VII. 384; exchanges gifts
with Taxiles the Indian, massacres
Indian mercenaries, 390; conquers
Porus, 394 f . ; founds Bucephalia,
398 ; his men refuse to cross Ganges,
400 ; severely wounded in attacking
Malli, 402 ; pardons captured
gymnosophists, 404 f . ; reaching
ocean orders Nearchus to return by
sea with fleet, reaches Gedrosia,
410, VIII. 80; punishes erring
subordinates, VII. 414; reaches
Persia, 416; marries Stateira, 418;
reaches Ecbatana in Media where
Hephaestion dies, V. 428, VII. 424;
reaches Babylon, 426 ; dies of fever,
66, 432

See also II. 248, V. 38, 232, VI.
372, 384, VII. 48, 58, 60, VIII. 80,
86, 182, 184, 190, IX. 58, 64, 338,
X. 2C4, 382

Sayings: V. 40; VII. 232; 234;
236; "240; 246; 250; 252; 256, VIII.
184; VII. 258; 260; 262; 268; 280;
282; 284; 286; 288; 298; 306; 310;
320; 334; 338; 340; 342; 346; 350;
370; 372; 378; 388 f.; 392; 394;
406; 426; 430

Alexander of Macedon, quoted, I. 12

Alexander of Myndus, quoted, IX.
506

Alexander of Pherae, humbled by
Pelopidas, V. 402 f . ; takes Pelo-
pidas prisoner, induced by Epami-
nondas to surrender him, 406 ; 412 ;
renews his oppressions, 418; 420;
defeated at Pharsalus by Pelopidas,
422; slain at instigation of wife,
430 f.; ruled Thessaly 10 months,
called tragedy-tyrant by Dionysius,
XI. 208

Alexandria, founded, VII. 298; great
library destroyed, 560; VIII. 320;
X. 122

Alexandrians, worship Cleomenes after
his death, X. 140; liked Antony,
IX. 202

Alexandropolis, city repeopled and
renamed by Alexander, vil. 244

Alexas, the Laodicean, most influential
Greek with Antony, executed by
Octavius, IX. 302

Alexas .the Syrian ,IX. 288

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GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Alexicrates, chief cup-bearer to
Pyrrhus, ix. 358

Alexippus, physician, cured Peucestas
of illness, VII. 346

Aliens at Athens, n. 2, iv. 12

Allia, river flowing into Tiber, II. 136

Allia, battle of, I. 343, II. 134 f .

Alliance, see " Treaty."

Allies, Athenian, continue to pay
assessments but stop military
service, II. 436. See also " Hel-
lenes " and " Delos, Confederacy
of."

Allobroges, their part in conspiracy
of Catiline, VIT. 124

Alopece, deme of Lysander, n. 86 ;
of Aristides, 210; of Thucydides,
III. 32

Alopecus, bilinear Haliartus, IV. 318

Alphabet, that used after Eucleides,
11.212

Alps, II. 126; northern boundary of
Tuscany, 128; VI. 366

Alsaea, city seized by Cleomenes, X. 64

Alycus, Sciron's son, slain at
Aphidnae, I. 76

Alycup, place in Megara, I. 76

Amantius, disgraces Caesar by greed,
VII. 562

Anianus, mountain in Cilicia, V. 216,
VII. 174, IX. 122, 124

Amarsyas, father of Phereclus, I. 34

Amathusians, I. 42

Amazoneum, place at Athens, place
in Chalcis, I. 62

Amazons, war with Theseus, I. 58, 60,
62, 64, 190; attacked by Heracles,
II. 544 ; their queen visits Alexander,
VII. 356 ; habits and country, v. 208

Ambiorix, see " Abriorix."

Ambracia, III. 57 ; given Pyrrhus by
Alexander, IX. 360; 368

Ambrones, ancestral name of Ligur-
ians, IX. 514; defeated Manlius
and Caepio, defeated by Romans
at Aquae Sextiae. 512 f.

Ambustus, Q. Fabius, one of three
sent to consult oracle at Delphi re
Alban lake, II. 102; though
ambassador, fights Gauls, I. 348,
11.132; appointed military tribune,
134

Ameinias, the Deceleian, slays
Ariamnes, Xerxes' brother, II. 42 ;
rivals Aristides at Plataea. 388



Ameinias, the Phocian, Antigonus'
general, enters Sparta, IX. 444

Ameria, Italian city, IX. 508

Amestris, Artaxerxes' daughter,
married to father, XI. 192

Amfidius, Tullus, of Antium, plans
with Coriolanus war on Rome, IV.
170 f. ; quoted, 172; advises
Volscians to summon Coriolanus,
182; becomes jealous, 192; causes
Coriolanus' death, 214; slain by
Romans, 218

Amisus, rich city founded by Athens,
II. 510, 530; besieged, 514; sacked
by Lucullus, 526 ; restored by bun,
530; V. 212; 222

Ammon, son of Zeus and Pasiphae,
XI. 20; II. 462; in. 254, 260; his
temple in Africa, IV. 288; 304; VII.
228; consulted by Alexander, 304;
424

Ammonius, philosopher, taught Plu-
tarch and his friend Themistocles
11.90

Amnaeus, Roman senator, VIII. 280

Amoebus, singer, XI. 38

Amompharetus (1), one of five
Spartan umpires re Salamis, I. 428

Amompharetus (2), Spartan at Plataea,
II. 264

Amorgus, Athenian naval defeat off,
IX. 28

Amphares, compasses death of Agis,
his mother, and grandmother, X. 40,
46, 48

Amphiaraiis, father of Alcmaeon,
XI. S; II. 220; his oracle, 270

Amphicrates, rhetorician, died at
court of Tigraues, II. 540

Amphictyons, persuaded by Solon,
wage war on Cirrha, I. 428; urged
by Sparta to exclude cities that did
not fight against Persia, II. 56 ; 33C
426; IV. 362

Amphilochia, given Pyrrhus by
Alexander, IX. 360

Amphipolis, won by Athenians, II.
426 ; Cleon and Brasidas fall in
battle there, III. 236 ; 242 ; V. 308 ;

VI. 416; 418

Amphissa, Philip successful there,

VII. 42; IX. 198

Amphitheus, bribed by Persian money,

iv. 308
Amphitrope, Diophantus' deme, II. 294



328



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Amphitryon, Alcmene's husband, IV.
312

Amulius, descendant of Aeneas, dis-
possesses his brother Numitor,
exposes Ilia's children, I. 96 ; father
of Ilia's twins, 93, 102; slam by
Romulus and Remus, 112, 158, 188

Amycla, Alcibiades' Spartan nurse,
I. 256, IV. 2

Amyclas, father of Daphne according
to Phylarchus, X. 20

Amyntas, Macedonian, sent by Philip
on embassy to Thebes, VII. 42 ; in
exile advises Dareius not to attack
Alexander in narrow passes, 278

Amyntas, king of Lycaonia and
Galatia, sends army to Antony,
IX. 276 ; deserts to Octavius, 280

Anacharsis, meeting with Solon, bon
mot, I. 414

Anacreon of Teos, poet, III. 4, 78

Anaitis, name of Artemis of Ecbatana,
XI. 1 92

"Aj-a/ce?, derived from ii-acrxecrts, 1. 352

"AvcucTej, why kings so called, I. 78

Anaphlystus, Euthippus' deme, II. 458

Anapus, river in Sicily, VI. 58, 312

1 ' \va.<T\<Ti<:, possibly related to
" ancile."

Anaxagoras of Clazomene, teacher of
Themistocles, II. 6 ; his philosophy,
influence on Pericles, ill. 10, 14, 16,
290, IV. 262; in. 20; 52; attacked
by Diopeithes' bill, 92 ; saved from
imprisonment by Pericles, 290;
saying, 54

Anaxandrides, Delphian, quoted, IV.
280

Anaxarchus, sophist, Alexander's
friend, VII. 244, 306, 374

Anaxenor, lute-player with Antony,
IX. 186

Anaxidamus, of Chaeroneia, helps
Sulla, IV. 382, 390

Anaxilas, one of five Spartan umpires
re Salamis, I. 428

Anaxilalis, of Byzantium, tried at
Sparta for surrendering city and
acquitted, IV. 90

Anaximenes, orator, says funeral
orations began with Solon, i. 526,
VII. 70

Anaxo, carried off by Theseus, I. 66,
196

Anazarbus, see " Quinda."



Ancharia, Octavia's mother, IX. 206

Ancharius, of senatorial rank, slain
by Marius' men, ix. 584

Ancilia, story of, I. 350 f .

Ancus Martius, Numa's grandson,
completed wooden bridge over
Tiber, I. 338; IV. 118

Andocides, orator, II. 88 ; suspected
of mutilating Hermae and im-
prisoned, III. 254, IV. 54 f .

'Av&pela, Cretan name for trvo-eriVia,

I. 236

Andrians, reply to Themistocles

asking money, II. 56
Androcleides (1), accused of being

bribed by Persia to oppose Spartans,

IV. 308 ; outlawed from Thebes,

slain through Leontidas, V. 350 f .
Androcleides (2), helps rescue infant

Pyrrhus, IX. 348
Androcleides, records saying of

Lysander, IV. 250
Androcleion, helps rescue infant

Pyrrhus, IX. 348
Androcles, opponent of Alcibiades,

IV. 48

Androcottus, subdued all India, VII.
400 ; his opinion of Alexander, 402
Androcrates, Plataean hero, his shrine,

II. 246 f.

Androcydes of Cyzicus, painter, V. 400
Androgeos, Minos' son, his murder

led to invasion of Attica, I. 28 f ., 190
Andromache, character in " Trojan

Women " of Euripides, V. 414
Andromache, Dion's sister, murdered

by Hicetas, VI. 120
Andromachus (1), Timaeus 1 father,

welcomes Timoleon's expedition,

VI. 284
Andromachus (2), betrays Romans to

Parthians, III.406

Andron of Halicarnassus, cited, I. 56
Andronicus, the Rhodian, published

copies of works in Apellicon's

library, IV. 406
Andros, given 250 settlers by Pericles,

III. 34; people defeated by
Alcibiades, IV. 102

Androtion, re Solon's seisachtheia, I.
442 ; speech against by Demos-
thenes, VII. 36

Anecdotes, I. 262, 264, 268, 270, 276,
280, 290, 392, 412, 420, II. 232,

V. 340, VII. 76, 90

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GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



v, used for avta by Athenians,
I. 78; possibly related to " ancile,"
352

Arenas, used for ai/w by Athenians,
1.78

Angelus, helps rescue infant Pyrrhus,

IX. 348

Anicius, L., captures Genthius, king

of Illyrians, with wife and children,

VI. 386
Anienus, ordered by Caesar to cut

through isthmus of Corinth, VII.

578
Animals, examples of Greek kindness

to, II. 316, III. 2, IV. 22, 24, V. 144,

148, 388, VII. 396
Anio river, I. 558 ; plebs seceded to it,

IV. 128 ; battle of, n. 198 f.
Annalius, L., senator, struck by

Crassus,IIl.426
Annius, C., sent to Spain by Sulla,

worsts Sertorius, VIII. 18
Annius, T., defeats Ti. Gracchus in

public debate, X. 178
Annius, soldier of Marius, slays M.

Antoniiis, IX. 588

Annius Gallus, see " Gallus, Annius."
Antaeus, killed by Hercules, I. 22;

buried in city of Tingis, vill. 24
Antagoras, the Chian, offends Pausan-

ias, joins Athenians, II. 284
Antalcidas, Spartan, Leon's son, sent

to Tiribazus re peace, V. 62 ;

peace of, dictated by Artaxerxes,

its terms, XI. 176; V. 416, XI. 178;

V. 86 ; starved to death, XI. 178
Sayings : I. 244, V. 72, 374; 86

Antemnae, its people conquered by
Komulus and transferred to Rome,
1.138; yields to Sulla, IV. 422

Antenor, Epichannus' treatise dedi-
cated to him, I. 334

Anthedon, Boeotian city destroyed
by Sulla, IV. 408

Anthemion, Anytus' father, IV. 12, 150

Anthemocritus, Athenian herald, III.
86

Anthesterion, IV. 372, IX. 60 f.

Antho, Amulia's daughter, intercedes
for Ilia, I. 96

Antias, Valerius, re Sabine girls
seized by Romans, 1. 130 ; re books
put in Numa's coffin, 38U ; version
of scandal about L. Flamininus,

X. 374

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Antiates, most warlike of Volscians,
IV. 136. See also " Antium."

" Anticato," writen by Caesar, VII.
568

Anticleides, re queen of Amazons,
VII. 356

Anticrates, Spartan, slew Epaminon-
das, V. 98

Anticyra, granary for Antony, IX.
294

Anticyra, prostitute of Demetrius,
IX. 54

Antigenes the One-eyed, punished
by Alexander, VII. 420; leader of
Silver-shields, envies Eumenes, VIII.
116; with Teutamus plots against
Eumenes, 126

Antigenes, says queen of Amazons
came to see Alexander, vil. 356

Antigenidas, re flute-playing, IX. 4

Antigone of Pydna, reports Philotas'
words to Alexander, VII. 362

Antigone, Berenice's daughter by
Philip, married to Pyrrhus, IX.
356, 358; had son Ptolemy, 360,
368

Antigoneia, new name given Man-
tineia, XI. 106

" Antigonids," name of bowls, VI. 442

Antigonis, new tribe at Athens in
honour of Antigonus, IX. 26

Antigonus the One-eyed, general and
successor of Alexander, his children,
his career, VI. 372, VIII. 4, IX. 6, 8,
332, 334; VIII. 84; with Antipater
to conduct war against Eumenes,
102 ; defeats Eumenes at Orcynii,
104 ; 108 ; aspires to supreme power,
114 ; 120 ; 122 ; defeated by Eumenes,
130; decides to execute Eumenes,
134; punishes Eumenes' betrayers,
136; IX. 10; sends son Demetrius
against Ptolemy, 12 ; 16 ; frees
Athens, 18; 24; asks Demetrius to
fight Ptolemy for Cyprus, 34 ; wins
Cyprus, 40 ; when 80 years old
attacks Ptolemy unsuccessfully,
42 ; defeated by league of other
kings and slain/66, VIII. 210; his
royal line brought to end by
Aemilius Paulus, VI. 460

Sayings: I. 140, V. 340, 342,
Vlii. 108, IX. 40, 366

Antigonus Doson, made regent, then
king by Macedonians, IV. 142, VI.



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



372 ; crosses Geraneia with large
force, X. 92 ; garrisons Corinth,

X. 96, XI. 88, 98, 100, 102 ; takes
Tegea by siege and surprises
Orchomenos and Mantineia, X. 100,

XI. 104; advances to Argos, X.
106 f . ; defeats Cleomenes at
Sellasia, 112 f., 266 f.; offered
Philopoemen command, 270; 274;
takes Sparta, restores laws and
constitution, returns to Macedonia
and dies, 118; XI. 106

Antigonus Gonatas, Demetrius' son,
had a son Demetrius, VI. 372; IX.
134; defeats Boeotians, 98; tries to
liberate his father Demetrius, 128;
buries him, 132 ; defeated by
Pyrrhus, 430 ; 444 ; agrees to leave
Argos, 450 ; 452 ; defeats Pyrrhus,
who is slain, 460; XI. 8; 2~0; 32;
gets Acrocorinthus, 36; loses
Megara, 54; ally of Aristippus,
tvrant of Argos, 58 ; dies, 76
" Sayings : IX. 430, XI. 32

Antigonus the Jew, beheaded by
Antony, IX. 218

Antigonus, re Tarpeia's father, I.
142

Antilibanus, Mount, Arabs dwell near
it, VII. 292

Antilochus, writes verses in honour of
Lysander, IV. 282

Antiinachus of Colophon, defeated
in poetic contest by Niceratus,
consoled by Plato, IV. 282; his
poetry seems laboured, VI. 346

Antimachus of Teos, epic poet, saw
eclipse on day Rome founded, I.
120

Antioch by Daphne in Syria, II. 534,
V. 218, VIII. 262, IX. 78

Antioch in Mygdonia, called Nisibis
by barbarians, captured by Lucul-
lus, II. 578

Antiochis, Aristides' tribe, II. 210;



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