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victorious in poetic contest, 212 ;
opposed Persian centre at Marathon,
224

Antiochus, sea captain, great favourite
of Alcibiades, iv. 22 ; defeated and
slain off Ephesus by Lysander,
102 f., 242, 454

Antiochus (Soter), son of Seleucus
and Apameia, ix. 76 ; defeated by
Demetrius, 70 ; married his father's



wife Stratonice, 92 ; made king of
Upper Asia by his father, 94

Antiochus the Great, not to be
compared with Xerxes, II. 396 ;
spurred on by Hannibal, X. 346;
348; 354; won back most of
Seleucus Xicator's dominions, II.
334; VI. 362; crosses to Greece,
joined by Aetolians, X. 362 ;
defeated at Thermopylae, returns
to Asia, II. 336 f., 3~8S, IV. 364,
X. 302, 364; in flight marries
Cleoptolemus' daughter, 304, 366;
defeated in Phrygia by Scipio,
II. 504, 'III. 398, X. 378; "terms of
peace, VI. 370

Antiochus of Ascalon, in treatise
" Concerning Gods " mentions
battle of Taurus, II. 564; led Old
Academy, friend of Lucullus, 606;
admired by M. Brutus, VI. 128 ;
his lectures attended by Cicero;
his philosophy, VII. 88, 90

Antiochus of Comrnagene, besieged
by Ventidius, comes to terms with
Antony, IX. 212

Antiope, Amazon, seized by Theseus,
loved by SoloL?, I. 58, 62, 196; had
son Hippolytus by Theseus, 64

Antiorus, Lycurgus' son, I. 302

Antipater, Alexander's general, his
surrender demanded by Thebans,
VII. 254; 280; defeated and slew
Agis in Arcadia, V. 40, X. 8 ; fearing
Alexander, makes alliance with
Aetolians, VII. 366 ; rebelled against
by Olympias and Cleopatra, 414;
suspected of poisoning Alexander,
436 ; besieged by Leosthenes in
Lamia, 66, VIII. 86, 196; with
Leonnatus defeated by Greeks in
Thessaly, 200; defeats Greeks at
Crannon, II. 138 ; advances on
Athens, VII. 70, vm. 202 f . ; exe-
cutes Hypereides, Aristonicus, and
Himeraeus, VII. 70; gives Athenian
poor land in Thrace, vm. 208; 210,
VII. 218; sends soldiers to arrest
Demosthenes, 70 f.; 78; r.ith
Craterus crosses to Asia against
Perdiccas, VIII. 90; 92; to help
Antigonus against Eumenes, 102 ;
married daughter Phila to Deme-
trius, IX. 32, 90, 334; before dying
appoints Polysperchon general-in-

331



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



chief, and Cassander chiliarch,

viii. 216; died in Macedonia,

114
See also VII. 342, 382, 388, 422,

428

Sayings: II. 390, IV. 224; VTII.

144; 212
Antipater, Cassander's son, murders

his mother Thessalonice, expels his

brother Alexander, attacked by

Pyrrhus, IX. 86, 90, 360
Antipater of Tarsus, dedicated philo-
sophical treatises to Blossius, X.

162 ; his dying words, IX. 596
Antipater of Tyre, Stoic philosopher,

friend of Cato the Younger, VIII.

244
Antiphanes, wrote farce ridiculing

Batalus, VII. 10; 24
Antiphates, rebuked by Themistocles,

11.50
Antiphilus, Phocion's successor,

defeats and slays Leonnatus, VIII.

198 f.
Antiphon, the Ehamnusian, slanders

Alcibiades, IV. 8; discredited,

ill. 226 ; executed owing to Demos-
thenes, VII. 36 ; saying, IX. 196
Antisthenes, says Amycla Alcibiades'

nurse, IV. 2

Sayings : I. 300, III. 4
Antistia (1), Appius Claudius' wife,

quoted, X. 150
Antistia (2), Antistius' daughter,

married to Pompey, V. 126 ; divorced

by him, 134, IV. 432
Antistius, praetor, gave Pompey

daughter in marriage, V. 124; slain

by Marius' men, 136
Antistius (should be Appuleius) gives

Brutus 500,000 drachmas, VI. 180
Antium, Volscian town, its people

fight Komans, IV. 136; its land

raided by Coriolanus, 148 ; attacked

to distract plebs' attention, 162 f . ;

166; 214; VI. 172
Anton, Hercules' son, progenitor of

Antonii, IX. 146
Antonia (1), C. Antonius' daughter,

M. Antony's wife, divorced by him,

IX. 156
Antonia (2), M. Antony and Octavia's

daughter, wife of Domitius Aheno-

barbus, IX. 332
Antonia (3), M. Antony and Octavia's

332



daughter, Drusus' wife, Germani-
cus' mother, IS. 332

Antonias, name of Cleopatra's " flag-
ship," IX. 274

Antonii, descended from Anton,
Hercules' son, IX. 146

Antonius, 0. (1), consul with Cicero,

VII. 108, IX. 156 ; bribed by offer of
province of Macedonia to support
Cicero, VII. 110; sent to fight
Catiline, 120 ; defeats Catiline, 136

Antonius, 0. (2), praetor, IX. 170 ;

captured and executed by order of

Brutus, 184, VI. 182 f., 186
Antonius, L., tribune of plebs, IX. 170 ;

fought against Octavius, fled from

Italy, 202
Antonius (Saturninus, L.) revolts

from Domitian, defeated, VI. 420
Antonius, M., supported Sulla, slain

by order of Marius, IX. 138, 586
Antonius Creticus, M., M. Antony's

father, brief account of, IX. 138
Antonius, P., prosecuted by Greeks

before M. Lucullus, praetor of

Macedonia, VII. 448
Antonius Honoratus, military tribune,

loyal to Galba, against Nymphidius,

XI. 232
Antonius, helps to murder Sertorius,

VIII. 72

Antonius, celebrated triumph, his
daughter captured by pirates,
V. 176

Antony, Mark (1), son of Antonius
Creticus and Julia, IX. 138; cor-
rupted by Curio and Clodius,
studied oratory in Greece, 140;
defeats and captures Aristobulus
in Syria, 142 ; supporting Ptolemy,
takes Pelusium, 144; appearance
and character, 144 f., 188 f . ; joining
Caesar's party, elected tribune of
plebs and augur, reads Caesar's
letters to senate, 148, V. 268, VII.
516; presents Caesar's new pro-
posals, with Cassius flees to Caesar,

IX. 150, V. 270, VII. 518; disgraces
Caesar by dissoluteness, 562, IX.
152, 158; captures Lissus, brings
troops from Italy to Caesar, 154,
VII. 536; led Caesar's left at
Pharsalus, V. 294, IX. 156; marries
FuMa, Clodius' widow, 160; consul
with Caesar, 162; offered Caesar



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



diadem, 164, VII. 584; Antony
spared by conspirators on plea of
Brutus, detained outside senate,
596, VI. 162 f., IX. 166; proposes
amnesty on murder of Caesar,
pronounces funeral oration, 168,
VI. 166 f., VII. 190; has rival in
Octavius, VI. 174, VII. 192 f., IX.
170 f . ; attacked by Octavius at
Mutina, 174, VI. 452, VII. 198;
forms triumvirate with Octavius
and Lepidus, 200, VI. 186, IX. 178;
proscribes Cicero, 180 ; defeats
Cassius atPhilippi, 182 f., VI. 216 f. ;
gives Brutus burial, 246, 256, IX.
184; levies money in Asia, 186;
meets Cleopatra, 194; divides
empire with Octavius, marries
Octavia, 204; learns of Ventidius'
victory over Parthians, 210 ; makes
peace with Antiochus of Com-
magene, 212 ; meets Octavius at
Tarentum, 216; increases Cleo-
patra's territory, 218 ; begins war
against Parthians, 218; deserted
by Artavasdes, Armenian king, 224 ;
led by Phraates to retreat, 228;
crosses river Araxes into Armenia,
250; met by Cleopatra, 254;
Octavia reaches Athens on way to
him, 256; beguiled from wife by
Cleopatra, 258 ; drawn into war
with Octavius, 260 f . ; war against
Antony voted at Rome, 272;
Antony's forces, 274f. ; defeated
in naval battle off Actium, 282 f.,
I. 372 ; flees with Cleopatra to
Egypt, IX. 288; revels with Cleo-
patra, 300; hearing Cleopatra is
dead, falls upon his sword, 310;
left 7 children by his 3 wives, 330

See also VI. 140, 186, 190, 192,
210, 230, VII. 142, 188, 192

Sayings : IX. 148, 186, 304, 310
Antony (Julius Antonius), FuMa's
son, third in esteem of Octavius,

IX. 330; marries Octavia and
Marcellus' daughter, Agrippa's
divorced wife, 332

Antyllius, Q., lictor slain in brawl,

X. 226 f.; not murdered by C.
Gracchus, 248

Antyllus, Antony and Fulvia's son,
executed by Octavius, IX. 300, 318,
330



Anytus, Anthemion's son, lover of

Alcibiades, IV. 12; tried for

failure to relieve Pylos, first to bribe

jurors, 150
Aollius or Avillius, Romulus and

Hersilia's son, 1. 130
Aoiis, river in Greece, VII. 534
Apama (1), Artaxerxes' daughter,

married Pharnabazus, XI. 192 f.
Apama (2), Artabazus* daughter,

given in marriage to Ptolemy by

Alexander, VIII. 80
Apama (3), Antiochus' mother by

Seleucus, IX. 76
'ArreAAafeiv, to assemble the people,

1.222
Apelles (1), painted Alexander of too

swarthy a colour, vil. 230 ; opinion

of Protogenes" painting, ix. 52;

gave talent to be admitted to

society of artists of Sicyon, XI. 28
Apelles (2), courtier of Philip, Anti-

gonus 1 son, XI. 110
Apellicon, his library seized by Sulla,

ete., rv. 406
Apeimantus, admirer of Timon, IX.

298
Aperantians, harried by Macedonians,

X. 364
Aphetae, reached by Persian army,

II. 20
Aphidnae, Helen hidden there, I. 72 f . ;

captured by Dioscuri, 76 ; 78 ; lost

to Athens under Theseus, 198
Aphidnus, Theseus' friend, guarded

Helen, I. 72 ; adopted Tyndaridae,

78
Aphrodite, Theseus' guide to Crete,

why called " Epitragia," I. 36;

" April " derived from " Aphrodite,"

368, II. 506; mother of Harmonia

by Ares, V. 386; abhors wars,

myrtle her plant, 496
Aphytae, city in Thrace, besieged by

Lysander, IV. 288
Apis, sacred bull, X. 128
Apollo, loved Phorbas, Hyacinthus,

Admetus, Hippolytus the Sicyonian,

I. 318 ; father of Syrus by Sinope,

II. 544; patron of Athens, flayed
flute-player, IV. 8 ; gave Cadmus
cow for guide, 382 ; temple of at
Actium plundered by pirates, V. 174

Apollo, name of costly room of
Lucullus, II. 602

333



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Apollo the Laurel-bearer at Phlya,

II. 44

Apollo Lyceius, IX. 450, 454
Apollo, Pythian, half property of

Thebans consecrated to him by

Sulla, IV. 390 ; 420 ; gets golden bowl

from Romans, V. 456 ; Antony

plans to finish his temple, IX. 186;

vouches for Lycurgus' laws, X. 244
Apollo Tegyraeus, brief account of,

V. 378
Apollo Thurius, why so named,

IV. 382
Apollocrates, eldest son of Dionysius

the Younger, put in command of

citadel of Syracuse, VI. 80 ; 116 ;

makes terms with Dio and leaves

Syracuse, 106
Apollodorus (1) of Phalerum, ardent

disciple of Socrates, vill. 346
Apollodorus (2), used speeches written

for him by Demosthenes, vii. 36,

216

Apollodorus (3), commandant of Baby-
lon under Alexander, vii. 426
Apollodorus (4),proves Lycurguslived

long before first Olympiad, I. 204
Apollodorus (5), the Sicilian, Cleo-
patra's friend, vii. 558
Apollonia (1), in Illyria near Dyrrha-

chium, IV. 408; taken by Caesar,

vii. 532; Octavius studied there,

194, VI. 174, IX. 170; favoured

Brutus, VI. 180 f .
Apollonia (2), on the river Rhyndacus,

II. 504
Apollonia (3), in Sicily, ruled by tyrant

Leptines, VI. 318
Apollonides (1), Dion's intimate

friend, IX. 126
Apollonides (2), Stoic, with Cato at

Utica, VIII. 396, 402
Apollonius (1), Melon's son, taught

Caesar and Cicero oratory, VII. 90,

446 ; quoted, 92
Apollonius (2), tyrant of Zenodotia

in Mesopotamia, III. 364
Apollophanes of Cyzicus, brings

Agesilalisand Pharnabazus together,

V. 32
Apollothemis, says Lycurgus died in

Elis ; I. 302
Aponius, informer under Nero, XI.

222
Apothetae, at foot of Mt. Taygetus,

334



where Spartans exposed sickle

children, i. 254

Appiaii Way, see " Way, Appian."
Appii, always belonged to party of

senate and nobles, VI. 454
Appius, governor of Sardinia, visit?

Caesar at Luca, vn. 494; bring-

from Gaul Pompey's troops lent

Caesar, V. 266
Appius, M., questioned by Cicero,

vii. 148
Appius Claudius (1), hostile to pleb?,

supports Coriolanus, IV. 164
Appius Claudius (2), marries daughter

to Ti. Gracchus, X. 150; helps Ti.

Gracchus frame agrarian law, 164;

one of three to distribute public

land, 174
Appius Claudius (3), partisan of Sulla

defeated by Telesinus the Samnite,

IV. 418

Appius Claudius Caecus, gave suffrage

to freedmen, I. 518 ; opposes peace

with Pyrrhus, speech quoted, IX.

402 f.
Appius Claudius Pulcher(l), sent with

force to Syracuse, V. 466, 470;

when consul, helped take Capua,

III. 200
Appius Claudius Pulcher (2), candidate

for censor with Scipio Africanus

the Younger, VI. 452 f . ; quoted, 454
Appius Clausus, Sabine, with 5000

families migrates to Rome, founder

of Claudian family, I. 556 f .
Appius Clodius, brother of Lucullus'

wife, sent to Tigranes by Lucullus

with demand for surrender of

Mithridates, II. 526, 534 f.
Appnleius, see " Antistius."
April, origin of name, celebration en

the 1st, I. 368
Apsephion, archon, names judges in

contest between Aeschylus and

Sophocles, 11.428
Apsus river, described, X. 328
Aptera, place in Crete, IX. 448
Apuleius, L., accuser of Camillus,

II. 122
Apulia, where Hannibal defeats and

slays proconsul Gnaeus FuMus,

V. 502

Aquae Seztiae, scene of battle
between Romans and Teutones,
IX. 510



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Aqueducts, P. and Q. Marcius,
brought best supply of water to
Rome, IV. 118

Aquillii, nephews of Collatinus the
consul, corrupted by Tarquin's
envoys, I. 510 f. ; condemned and
beheaded, 516 f.

Aquillius, tribune of plebs, supporter
of Cato the Younger, VIII. 338

Aquillius, M'., left in charge of army
by Marius, IX. 498

Anuinius, M., called Adrastus by
Cicero, vil. 150

Aqulnum, town, XI. 286

Aquinus, defeated by Sertorius, VIII.
36

Ara Aii Locutii, see " Aii Locutii ara."

Arabia, triumphed over by Lucullus,
V. 230; III. 382; traversed by
Antony, IX. 220

Arabia Nabataea, invaded by Deme-
trius, IX. 16 ; part toward outer sea
given to Cleopatra, 218

Arabian Gulf, IX. 296

Arabs, those about Mt. Antilibanus
attacked by Alexander, vu. 292;
nomadic A. moved to new localities
by Tigranes, 11.536; come from sea
of Babylonia to join Tigranes, 554;
kings of, offer Lucullus their
possessions, 568; slay Roman
fugitives after Carrhae, III. 416 ;
those about Petra burn Cleopatra's
ships, K. 296

Arachosia, has Sibyrtius as governor,
VIII. 136

Aracus, appointed admiral to succeed
Callicratidas, IV. 248

Arar river, Tigurini crushed there by
Labienus, vil. 486; 504

Arateium, tomb of Aratus in Sicyon,
XI. 120

Araterium, place in Gargettus, I. 80

Aratus (1), on murder of father
Cleinias, escapes to Argos, XI. 4 f.;
plots to overthrow tyrant Nicocles,
10; expels Nicocles, attaches city
to Achaean League, 20, X. 256 ;
his character, 276, XI. 22, 30 f.;
gets 25 talents from Ptolemy, 24;
going to Egypt gets 150 talents
more, SO; courted by Antigonus,
32 ; as general of League, ravages
Locris and Calydonia, goes to help
Boeotians, 34 ; takes Acrocorinthus



from Antigonus, 40 f., X. Si :
persuades Corinthians to join
Achaean League, XI. 52 ; tries to
free Argos from tyranny, 56 f . ;
brings Cleonae into Achaean League,
64; defeats and slays Aristippus,
tyrant of Argos, 66 ; brings
Megalopolis into League, 68; in
Aetolian war gets help from Sparta,
70, X. 32 f . ; defeats and drives
Aetolians out of Pellene, XI. 72 f . ;
makes peace and alliance between
Achaeans and Aetolians, 74; tries
to seize the Peiraeus, 76

Defeated at Phylacia by Bithys,
Demetrius' general, 76 ; persuades
Diogenes to give up the Peiraeus,
Munychia, Salamis, and Sunium
to Athenians for 150 talents, brings
Aegina, Hermione, and greater part
of Arcadia into League, 78; brings
Argos and Phlius into League, 80;
defeated by Cleomenes near Mt.
Lycaeum, captures Mantineia, 82,
X. 60; fails to support Lydiades,
who is defeated and slain by
Cleomenes, 62, XI. 84; defeats
Megistonoiis at Orchomenus, but
refuses re-election as general, 86,
X. 80 ; after defeat of Achaeans at
Hecatombaeum blocks peace with
Cleomenes, 86, XI. 90; punishes
disaffected at Sicyon, 92 ; loses
Corinth, 94, X. 90 ; at Aegium
secures vote of assembly to call in
Antigonus, 82, 92, XI. 98; sailing
to Epidaurus, helps recover Argos
from Cleomenes, 102, X. 94;
criticised for concessions to Anti-
gonus, XI. 104: founds new settle-
ment at Mantineia, 106 ; defeated
by the Aetolians at Caphyae, 108 ;
becomes estranged from Philip,
112 f. ; poisoned through plot of
Philip, 118; buried at Sicyon,
120

See also X. 54, 58,80, 274
Commentaries of Aratus cited,
X. 34, 84, 86, 90, XI. 74, 76, 88

Aratus (2), Aratus' son, wronged by
Philip, XI. 112 ; poisoned by Philip,
122

Araxes river, II. 554; tributary of
Cyrnus, V. 206 ; boundary between
M'edia and Parthia, IX. 250 ; 256

335



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE ' LIVES '



Arbaces, Mede punished by Artaxerxes,
IX. 156

Arbela, where Alexander defeated
Persians, II. 138, VII. 316 ; V. 210

Arcadia, II. 244

Arcadians, acorn-eaters, IV. 122 ; have
four months, I. 368; lost large
territory to Spartans led by Sous,
206; malicious toward Spartans,
V. 60; raided by Agesilaiis, 84;
opposed by Pelopidas and Epami-
nondas at Mantineia, 350 ; detached
from Spartan confederacy, 396 ;
united into one power, 398 ; except
Mantineia, received into allegiance
by Demetrius, IX. 58, X. 56;
greater part join Achaean League,
XI. 78

Arcesilaiis (1), Spartan, his victories,
II. 434

Arcesilaiis (2), Academic, X. 256, XI. 10

Arcesilaiis (3), false friend of Agis, X. 40

Archagetai means " kings," I. 222

Archedamus (Archedemus), Aetolian,
mocked Flamininus, X. 390;
follower of Perseus, VI. 416

Archedemus, sent to invite Plato
to Syracuse, VI. 36

Archelaiis (1), colleague of Charilaus,
the Spartan king, I. 218

Archelaiis (2), naturalist, possible
author of elegy addressed to Cimon,
II. 412, 416

Archelaiis (3), led Antigonus' forces
in Oorinth, defeated by Aratus,
XI. 50 ; captured and dismissed,
52

Archelaiis (4), Mithridates 1 general,
controls sea, his operations, IV. 358,
IX. 556 ; lies with fleet at Munychia,
IV. 372,454; sets out for Chaeroneia
378; defeated at Chaeroneia by
Sulla, 382 f.; defeated at Orcho-
menus by Sulla, 392 f ., n. 504 ;
parleys with Sulla near Delium,
IV. 396; meets Sulla at Philippi,
400 f . ; urges Lucullus to invade
Pontus,ll.494; 498

Archelaiis (5), merchant of Delos,
arranges meeting between Sulla and
Archelaiis, Mithridates' general,
IV. 396

Archelaiis (6), friend of M. Antony,
warred on by him, then given royal
burial, ix. 144

336



Archelaiis (7), king of Oappadocia,
fights under Antony, IX. 276

Archeptolis, Themistocles* son,
marries Mnesipotolema, his half-
sister, ii. 86 f.

Archery, power of Parthian bows,
III. 388

Archestratus (1), choral poet in time
of Peloponnesian war, II. 212 ;
saying re Alcibiades, IV. 42, 284

Archestratus (2), introduces decree to
denounce Phocion to Polysperchon,

VIII. 222

Archias(l), with Leontidas and Philip,
persuades Phoebidas to seize Cad-
meia, v. 350 f. ; with Leontidas,
made ruler of Thebes, 66 ; slain by
Pelopidas' followers, 360 f .

Archias (2), hierophant at Athens,
sends warning to Archias, Theban
tyrant, V. 364

Archias (3), the exile-hunter, arrests
Hypereides, Aristouicus, and
Himeraeus, and sends them to
Antipater, tries to get Demosthenes,
vii. 70 f .

Archibiades, Athenian, nicknamed
Laconistes, VIII. 166

Archibius, gives Octavius 2000 talents
to spare statues of Cleopatra, IX.
330

Archidamia, Spartan woman, urges
men to defend city against Pyrrhus,

IX. 438

Archidamia, Agis' grandmother, very
rich, x. 10, 16; executed by
Amphares, 46

Archidamidas, Spartan, sayings : I.
266, 268

Archidamus (1), Zeuxidamus' son,
left sons Agis and Agesilaiis, V. 2,
452 ; lined for marrying little
woman, 4 ; saves Sparta at time of
earthquake, 454 ; tries to avoid war
with Athens, III. 84; invades
Attica, 94

Sayings : III. 22 ; 318, X. 112

Archidamus (2), Agesilaiis' son, Agis
and Eudamidas' father, I. 296,
v. 112, x. 8; intercedes for Spho-
drias, V. 70 ; conquers Arcadians in
"tearless battle," 92 ; 96 ; slain with
his army in Italy, II. 138, X. 8

Archidamus (3),succeeded Eudamida?,
followed by Eudamidas, X. 8 ;



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE ' LIVES'



defeated by Demetrius near
Mantineia, IX. 84

Archidamus (4), Agis' brother, escapes
after his death, X. 50 ; called from
Messene, made king, executed, 60

Archidamus (5), Aetolian, remains
with Perseus in his flight, VI. 416

" Archilochi," work of Cratinus, II. 434

Archilochus, loved by gods for sake
of Muses, I. 318, III. 4; his tone
adopted by Cato the Younger in
iambics, vni. 250

(Bergk II. 383), 1. 10

(Bergk II. 392), III. 80

(Bergk II. 383), VIII. 160

(Bergk II. 428 f ), IX. 520

(Bergk II. 398), XI. 268

Archimedes, his geometry, mechanics,
defence of Syracuse, V. 470 f.;
asked that cylinder enclosing sphere
with formula be placed on his
grave, 480 ; his death, 486

Archippe, Lysander's daughter,
Themistocles' wife, II. 86

Archippus, quoted (Kock I. 688), IV. 4

Architeles, Athenian, opposes Themis-
tocles at Artemisium, II. 20

Archonides, Syracusan, vi. 88

Archons, in ancient times chosen
by lot; ex-archons promoted to
Areiopagus, in. 26 ; to be chosen
from all the people, 11. 280 ; IX. 26

See also II. 210, 214, 226, 228, 428,
VII. 58

Archytas, with Eudoxus, orginated
art of mechanics, v. 470; Pytha-
gorean; persuaded to assist in
bringing Plato to Sicily, VI. 36;
rescues Plato from peril, 40

Arcissus, ex-harmost of Thebes,
executed by Spartans, V. 370

Arcturus, his rising cause of storm,
VI. 52

Ardea, led by Camillus, its people
defeat Gauls, II. 150

Ardettus, place in Athens, I. 62

Areiopagus, Council of, established
by Solon. Its duties, I. 454, 464;
tried Peisistratus for murder, 494,
II. 30 ; attacked by Ephialtes, 436 ;
its power broken by Ephialtes,
450, III. 20, 26; to investigate
Harpalus matter, VII. 62 ; supports
Phocion, viii. 178; induced by
Cicero to honour Cratippus, VII. 142



Areius, philosopher, honoured in
Alexandria by Octavius, IX. 316 f .

Ares, gave victory over Persians, II.
272 ; father of Harmonia, V. 386

Aretaeus, name of Dion's son accord-
ing to Timaeus, VI. 68

Arete, daughter of Dionysius the
Elder and Aristomache, marries
Thearides, then Dion, her uncle,
VI. 12 ; married to Timocrates, 42 ;
restored to Dion, 108; murdered
by Hicetas, 120 f., 340

Arethusa (1), in Macedonia, had tomb
of Antony, I. 302

Arethusa (2), given Monaeses by
Antony, IX. 220

Areus, Spartan king, Acrotatus' son,
fell at Corinth, X. 10, IX. 434; 436;
444; 446; 452

Argas, nickname of Demosthenes,
vii. 10

Argileonls, Brasidas' mother, replies
to Amphipolitans, I. 282

Arginusae, sea-fight of ; Callicratidas
defeated, III. 108, IV. 248

Argives, misgoverned, drove out
kings, I. 226; defeated utterly by
Spartans, IV. 234 ; left in Amplric-
tyonic Alliance through Themis-
tocles in spite of Spartans, II. 56;
hated Sparta, urged by Alcibiades
to look to Athens, IV. 32 ; 292 ; make
alliance with Athens, III. 244, iv.
36 ; after Mantineia crush attempt
of "The Thousand," persuaded by
Themistocles to attach city com-
pletely to Athens, 38 ; on left wing
at Coroneia, routed by Agesilatis,
V. 46 ; hindered at Isthmian games
by Agesilaiis, 56; with Cleomenes
fight against Corinthians, VI. 268

Argivus, freedman, buried Galba by
night, XI. 270

Argo, commanded by Jason, I. 38

Argolis, overrun by Cleomenes, X. 58

Argos, expelled king Gelanor, cap-
tured by Dauaiis, IX. 454; II. 62;
V. 174; detached from Spartan
confederacy, 396 ; freed by Deme-
trius, IX. 58; XI. 6; IX. 446; scene
of battle, where Pyrrhus is slain,
450 f . ; under tyrant Aristomachus,
XI. 56 ; attacked by Aratus, 60 f . ;
seized by Agias aud younger
Aristomachus, 66; joins Achaean

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GENERAL IN 7 DEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



League, 80, 102 ; Achaeaus meet
there to confer with Cleomenes,

X. 84; joins Cleomenes, 88 f.,

XI. 90 ; lost to Cleomenes, X. 96 ;
its land ravaged by him, 106;
recovered by Achaean League,
XI. 102

Ariadne, falls in love with, carried
off by Theseus, I. 36, 196 ; deserted
by Theseus, 66; various stories
about her, 40 ; honoured in festival
of Oschophoria, 50

Ariaeus, Cyrus' friend, at Cunaxa,
XI. 148

Ariamnes (1), Xerxes' brother, slain
at Salamis, II. 42

Ariamnes (2), Arab chief tain, treacher-
ously gives Crassus bad advice,

III. 374, 382

Ariarathes (1), king of Cappadocia,
to give place to Eumenes, VIII. 84;
captured, 88

Ariarathes (2), Mithridates' son, over-
running Thrace and Macedonia,

IV. 358 ; poisoned by M., V. 212
Ariarathes (3), buys Mithridates*

sword-belt, V. 224
Ariaspes, Artaxerxes' son, scared into

committing suicide, XI. 200
Arimanius, Persian god, II. 76
Ariminum, V. 442 ; occupied by

Caesar, V. 272, vil. 520, VIII. 360
Arimnestus (1), general of Plataeans,

interprets his dream to Aristides,

II. 246
Arimnestus (2), Spartan, slays Mar-

donius, II. 270
Ariobarzanes (1), Mithridates' father,

ix. 10
Ariobarzanes (2), reinstated as king

of Cappadocia by Sulla, IV. 334 f.;

to receive Cappadocia again from

Mithridates, 398; 404
Ariobarzanes (3), king of Cappadocia,

to be supported by Cicero, vil.

172
Ariomandes, Gobryas' son, leader of

Persian forces at Eurymedon,

IT. 440
Aiiovistus, defeated by Caesar, escapes



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