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across Rhine, VII. 486 f .
Ariphron, Xanthippus' son, Pericles*

brother, Alcibiades' guardian, iv.

2,8
Aristaenus, Megalopolitan, general of

333



Achaeans, sent to prevent Philo-
poemen being exiled, X. 290; 304

Ari^taeus, his disappearance like that
of Romulus, 1. 178

Ari-tagoras, town-clerk of Cyzicus,

II. 500

Aristander of Telmessus, seer with
Philip, and then with Alexander,
VII. 226, 2GO, 294, 296, 316, 32'J,
368, 374

Aristeas, Argive, invites Pyrrhus to
Argos, IX. 446 ; admits him, 450

Aristides (1), Lysimachus' son, his
family and position, n. 210 f ., 390f . ;
his political principles; opposed
Themistocles, 8, 214, 436 ; character,
8, 216 f., 250, 260, 436; fought
brilliantly at Marathon, 224;
ostracized, 16, 32, 230, 248;
supports Themistocles at Salamis,
36 f . 234, ; condemns Themistocles'
plan to break bridge of boats, 238 ;
leads Athenians at Plataea, 244 f . ;
proposes decree to assembled
Greeks re war against Persians,
278; proposes decree to make
government democratic, 280; con-
demns Themistocles' plan to burn
Greek naval station, 56, 282; by
tat and diplomacy steals leader-
ship from Spartans, 282, 420;
chosen by allies to levy assessment
upon them, 286 f. ; his death, 294,

III. 18; leaves family in poverty,
296, 392. See also II. 58, 418,

IV. 228

Sayings: II. 44, 218, 220, 222,

236, 242, 250, 288

Aristides (2), Xenophilus' son, II. 212
Aristides (3), Locrian, companion of

Plato, VI. 274
Aristides (4), author of " Milesiaca,"

III. 418
Aristiou, tyrant at Athens, I. 338,

II. 530; character and acts;

besieged by Sulla, IV. 366; forced

to surrender by Curio, 372 ;

poisoned by Sulla, 400
Arislippus (1) of Gyrene, quoted re

Dionysius, VI. 38; re Plato and

Dionysius, 40
Aristippus (2) of Argos, has feud with

Aristeas, IX. 446
Aristippus, succeeds Aristomachus as

tyrant of Argos; prosecutes



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Achacans for attack in time of

peace, XI. 58; 60; fights with

Aratus at Chares river, 62 f . ;

defeated and slain, 64 f.
Aristoboule, name given by Themis-

tocles to temple of Artemis built

by him, n. 60
Aristobulus (1) of Alexandreia, cited

re Demosthenes, vii. 56 ; re Alex-
ander, 260, 268, 272, 284, 356, 432
Aristobulus (2), king of Jews, taken

by Pompey, V. 216; led in his

triumph, 230 ; having caused Jews

to revolt, defeated and taken with

his son by Antony, IX. 142
Aristocleitus, father of Lysander of

the Heracleidae, IV. 234
Aristocrates (1), speech against, by

Demosthenes, VII. 32
Aristocrates (2), cited re Lycurgus,

I. 216, 302 ; re Philopoemen, x. 302
Aristocrates (3), rhetorician with

Antony, IX. 294
Aristocritus, sent to Philip by

Pixodarus to arrange a marriage,

VII. 248
Aristodemus (1), ancestor of Lycurgus,

1.206; V.52
Aristodemus (2) of Miletus, courtier

of Antigonus and Demetrius, IX. 20,

38
Arsitodemus (3), tyrant, defeats and

slays Acrotatus at Megalopolis,

X. 10; killed through plotting of

Ecdemus and Megalophanes, 256
Aristodicus of Tanagra, murders

Ephialtes, III. 32
Aristogeiton (1), his granddaughter

given dowry by Athenians, II. 298
Aristogeiton (2), public informer at

Athens, yill. 166 ; speech against

him delivered by Demosthenes

himself, VII. 36 ; VIII. 168
Aristomache, Dion's sister, Dionysius

the Elder's wife, VI. 6; her children,

12; 108; drowned by order of

Hicetas, 122
Aristoraachus (1), exile from Sicyon,

friend of Aratus, XI. 10
Aristomachus (2), tyrant of Argos,

killed by slaves, succeeded by

Aristippus, XI. 58
Aristomachus (3), with Agias seizes

Argos, XI. 66 ; resigns and is made

general of Achaean League, XI. 80 f .,



X. 58; tortured at Cenchreae and
drowned, XI. 102

Aristomenes, thrice offered sacrifice
for 100 Spartans slain, I. 168; said
by Messenians to have slain
Theopompus, Spartan king, X. 48

Ariston (1), helps Peisistratus become
tyrant, I. 490

Ariaton (2), Corinthian captain, by
ruse defeats Athenians undeV
Menander and Euthydemus, III. 280

Ariston (3), captain of Paeonian?,
rewarded by Alexander, vii. 338

Ariston (4) of Chios, cited, n. 354,
VII. 24, 74

Ariston (5) of Ceos, philosopher, cited,
II. 8, 216

Aristonicus (1) of Marathon, executed
by Antipater, VII. 70

Aristonicus (2), son of harpist's
daughter, used reputed connexion
with Eumenes to fill all Asia with
wars and rebellions, X. 384

Aristonicus (3), joined in Asia by
Blossius,X. 194

Aristonicus (4), Mithridates' admiral,
taken by Lucullus, II. 504

Aristonous, harper, his encounter
with Lysander, IV. 282

Aristophanes (1) :

Acharnians, 524 f ., in. 88
Babylonians (Kock I. 408), m. 76
Birds, 638 f., III. 234
Farmers (Kock I. 416), in. 234
Frogs, 1425. 1431-1432, IV. 40
Knights, 358, III. 222; 382, IX.

28; 815, II. 54
Lysistrata, 1137 f., II. 454
Wasps, 44 f ., IV. 4

Aristophanes (2), one of Alexander's
bodyguards, VII. 372

Aristophon (1), painted Nemea with
Alcibiades in her arms, IV. 42

Aristophon (2), archon, VII. 58; VIII.
160

Aristotle (1), native of Stageira,
tutored Alexander, VII. 240; 242;
introduced Alexander to works of
Theodectas, 272; thought Callis-
thenes able speaker, but lacking in
common sense, 380; related to
Callisthenes, hated by Alexander,
384; said to have counselled
Antipater to poison Alexander,
436 ; had gift of persuasion accord-

339



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE ' LIVES '



ing to Antipater, II. 390, IV. 224;
called river of liquid gold by Cicero,
vii. 140; abused by Timaeus, ill.
210 ; his writings in library of
Apellicon the Teian; seized by
Sulla and sent to Rome, IV. 406

Statements : Theseus gave up
absolute rule, I. 54; Lycurgus and
Iphitus established Olympic truce,
204 ; Why 28 members in Council
of Elders at Sparta, 220 ; Crannon
a river and Babyca a bridge, 222 ;
KpvTrreia one of Lycurgus' institu-
tions, 288 ; Ephors on coming into
office declared formal war on
Helots, 290; Honours paid
Lycurgus less than deserved, 300 ;
Solon supported Delphian oracle,
428; Tables of law at Athens were
called Kvp/35, 472 ; Ashes of
Solon scattered on island of Salamis,
498; Lucius saved Borne from
Gauls, II. 148; Pythocleides was
Pericles' music teacher, III. 10;
(should be Plato, Alclbiades, 1. 118c) ;
Pericles defeated by Melissus in
sea-fight, 76 ; Athenians not brutal
to Samians, 78; Ephors having
entered upon office, bid all men to
shave moustaches and obey laws,
X. 66

Constitution of Athens, (25. 4),
III. 32; (27. 3), II. 432; (27. 4),
m. 26 ; (28. 5), ill. 212

Constitution of Bottiaea (Athen-
ians were not put to death by
Minos, but made slaves, etc.), I. 30

Iliad of the Casket, edition
carried by Alexander, vn. 242, 298

On Nobility of Birth? (Myrto,
granddaughter of Aristides, wife of
Socrates?), II. 296

On the Soul, occasion of its being
written, VI. 46

Fragment 56 (Rose), V. 346 ; 97,
V. 384; 556,1.6

Politics (II. 6. 8), 1. 244

Problems, (30. 1), IV. 236
Aristotle (2), logician, with Deinias,

slays Abantidas, XI. 6
Aristotle (3), causes revolt against

Cleomenes in Argos, X. 94, XI. 102
Aristoxenus, musician, says Lycurgus
died in Crete, I. 302 ; falsely says
Myrto, granddaughter of Aristides,

340



was wife of Socrates, II. 296; VI.
294 ; his memoirs tell of Alexander's
person, VII. 232

Aristratus, tyrant of Sicyon, painted
by Melanthus and Apelles, XI. 28

Aristus, brother of Antiochus of
Ascalon, friend of M. Brutus, VI.
128

Armenia, attacked by Perseus, II.
410; disturbed by Neopotolemus,
VIII. 88; ruled by Tigranes, II. 512 ;
Lesser A. occupied by Lucullus,
526; 536; invaded by Lucullus,
548 ; conquered by Lucullus, 140,
572,111.370 ; people of, join Tigranes,
II. 554; nature of ground and
weather, 576, 590; Lucullus'
trophies there, 592; added to
Pompey's sway by Manilian Law,
V. 190; invaded by Pompey on
invitation of young Tigranes, 202,

VII. 106 ; left in charge of Afranius
by Pompey, V. 204; 208; 216;
triumphed over by Pompey, 230;
conquered by Canidius, IX. 214;
traversed by Antony, 220

Armilustrium, on Aventine, has grave

of Tatius, 1.164
Army, Roman, its armour and

weapons improved by Oamillus,

II. 198 ; its weapons, 558 f .
Arnaces, royal eunuch, sent with

message from Themistocles to

Xerxes, II. 46, 240
Arpates, Teribazus' son, slays Areames,

XI. 202
Arpinum, Cicero had country-seat

there, VII. 100; IX. 468
Arrhenides, father of Callicles, vii. 62
Arrhidaeus, Philip's son, to marry

Pixodarus' daughter, VII. 248;

drugged by Olympias, 436 ; orders

Eumenes to wage war on Antigonus,

VIII. 116

Arrius, Q., brings news of Catiline's

army, VII. 118
Arron, Tuscan, led Gauls into Italy,

II. 126 f.
Arruntius, led Octavius* centre at

Actium, IX. 288
Arsaces, Parthian king, sends message

to Crassus, III. 366 ; V. 314. See also

" Hyrodes."
Arsacidae, Parthian royal line, III.

420



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Arsames, illegitimate son of Artaxer-
xes, slain by Arpates, XI. 200 f .
Arsania river, battle of, between

Lucullus and Armenians, II. 074 f .
Arsian grove, scene of battle between

Tarquin and Romans, I. 522
Arsicas, name of Artaxerxes n. at

first, XI. 128
Arsis river, where Pompey defeats

Carbo's cavalry, V. 130
Artabanus, gives audience to Themis-

tocles, II. 72

Artabazes (Artabazus), comes to
Crassus' camp with 6000 horsemen,
III. 370 ; seized by Antony because
deserted in Media by him, IX. 340.
See also " Artavasdes."
Artabazus (1), with 40,000, escaped at

Plataea, 11.272
Artabazus (2), father of Pharnabazus,

VIII. 96 ; of Barsine, 80, VII. 284
Artagerses, commander of Cadusians,
slain at Cunaxa by Cyrus, XI. 146 f .,
156

Artasyras, the King's Eye, discovers
and reports death of Cyrus, XI. 152,
158

Artavasdes (Artabazes) Mng of
Armenia, punished by Hyrodes,
III. 376 ; sends message to Crassus,
380; reconciled to Hyrodes, 420;
deserts Antony, IX. 224; robbed
Antony of victory, led in triumph
at Alexandria, 252 ; wrote tragedies
orations, histories, ni. 420
Artaxas, king of Armenia, induced
by Hannibal to build Artaxata
and make it Armenian capital, II.
572

Artaxata, royal city of Tigranes,
attacked by Lucullus, II. 572 ; left
untaken, 578

Artaxerxe(l),surnamed Longimanus,
Xerxes' son, XI. 128; received
Themistocles, II. 72, 76 f .
Artaxerxes (2), son of Dareius and
ParysatiP, grandson of Artaxerxes
I., XI. 128; in danger from his
brother Cyrus, 132 f . : his character,
134; rebelled against by Cyrus,
136 f.; warned by Tissaphernes of
Cyrus' intention, 138; urged by
Teribazus to fight, 140; battle of
Cunaxa, 142 f . ; death of Cyrus,
148 f.; Clearchus and his fellow-



generals seized and slain, 166 f.;
A. fails to capture Greeks, who had
come with Cyrus, 172; attacked
by Ageiilaus, drives Spartans from
Asia and the sea by bribery, 174 f . ;
dictates Peace of Antalcidas, 176;
refuses Spartans money after
Leuctra, 178 ; puts Tissaphernes to
death, 180; marries his daughter
Atossa, 182 ; fails in war against
Egyptians, and against Cadusians,
184 f.; proclaims Dareius his suc-
cessor, 190 ; makes an enemy of
Teribazus, 194; is plotted against
by Teribazus and Dareius, 194f.;
has Dareius executed, 198 f.; on
learning of death of his sons
Ariaspes and Arsames through his
son Ochus, he dies, ninety-four
years old, 200 f. See also V. 416

Sayings : XI. 134, 136
Artayctus, husband of Xerxes' sister,

II. 38
Artemidorus (1), guided Lucullus to

position above Mithridates, II. 516
Artemidorus (2), Cnidian philosohper,
gives Caesar a written warning,
VII. 594

Artemis, temple of, built by Themis-
tocles and named Aristoboule,
II. 60 ; temple of, named Proseoea,
24
Artemis of Ecbatana, called Anaitis,

XI. 192
Artemis, Ephesian, temple of, burned,

VII. 230
Artemis Eucleia, temple of, had tomb

of Euchidas, 11.276
Artemis Orthia, temple of, in Sparta,
I. 72 ; youths flogged to death at
her altar, 262

Artemis, Persia, highly honoured by
barbarians beyond Euphrates, li.
548
Artemis of Colophon, at banquet of

Alexander, yil. 372
Artemis of Priapus, II. 510
Artemisia, fights for Xerxes at

Salamis,!!. 18f., 42
Artemisium, location and description,

11.22; IV. 2
Artemisius, Macedonian name of

month, VII. 204

Artemon Periphoretus, engineer, told
of in brief, III. 78

341



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Arthmiadas, chief helper of Lycurgus,

I. 218

Arthmius of Zeleia, disfranchised for
offering gold of Medes to Greeks,

II. 18

Artisans, list of kinds at Athens,

III. 38

Artorius, M., Octavius' friend, VI.

218

Arts, compared with senses, IX. 2
Aruns (1), Lars Porsena's son, urges

father to make peace with Romans,

I. 550; rescues Roman maidens,

552
Aruns (2), Tarquin's son, and Brutus,

the consul, slay each other, I. 522
Arverni, with Carnuntini (Carnutes),

lead revolt against Caesar, vil.504f.
Arybas, son of Alcetas, and father by

Troas of Aeacides, IX. 346
Arymbas, brother of Olympias, wife

of Philip of Macedon, VII. 226
As, current copper coin in time of

Camillus, II. 124
Asbolomeui, name of Damon's

descendants, II. 408
Ascalis, son of Iphtha, Maurusian,

defeated by Sertorius, VIII. 22
Ascalon, Antiochu of, see " Antio-

chus of Ascalon."
Asclepiades (1), Hipparchus' son,

reports death of Alexander, VIII.

194
Asclepiades (2), answered by Didymus,

I. 404

Asclepias, temple of, at Epidaurus,
plundered by pirates, V. 174

Asculum (1) taken by Strabo, V. 124

Asculum (2) battle of, IX. 412 f .

Asia (1), separated from Asia by
isthmus 300 furlongs long, ix. 296 ;
set in order by Agesilaiis, V. 38;
cleared of Persians by Cimon, II.
438 ; VII. 264 ; wrested from Romans
by Mithridates; 150,000 Romans
massacred in one day, IV. 358, 404;
398 ; fined 20,000 talents by Sulla,

II. 532, IV. 406 ; its state after 2nd
Mithridatic war; relieved by
Lucullus, II. 532, VII. 90; 180;
decreed province of Trebonius,
VI. 168; being subdued by Par-
thians under Labienus, IX. 204

Asia (2), Themistocles' youngest child,
reared by Phrasicles, II. 88

342



Asiatic style of oratory, popular in
Antony's time, IX. 140

Asiaticus, Galba's freedman, helped
Otho, XI. 250

Asinaria, Syracusan festival to cele-
brate capture of Nicias, III. 304

Asinarus river, where Nicias made last
stand, III. 302

Asinius, Antony's friend, IX. 156

Asinius Pollio, accompanies Caesar
over the Rubicon, vil. 522 ; sent
against Cato in Sicily, VIII. 362 :
with Caesar at Pharsalus, V. 304;
with Caesar in Africa, VII. 566 :
cited, 552, V. 304

Asopian plain, I. 424

Asopis, Sinope's mother, II. 544

Asopus river, Persians encamped by
it before Plataea, II. 244, 256

Aspasia (1), Milesian, Axiochus'
daughter, herrelations with Periclep,
III. 68; tried for impiety, begged
off by Pericles, 92

Aspasia (2), Phocaean, Hermotinus'
daughter, Cyrus' special favourite,
Artaxerxes* concubine, made
priestess of Artemis of Ecbatana,

III. 72, XI. 190 f.
Aspendus, city in Asia, IV. 76
Aspetus, name of Achilles in Epeirote

tongue, EX. 346

Asphalius, name of Neptune, why
given, 1. 86.

Aspis, strong position in Argos, IX.
450, 452, X. 88

Assessment, of Hellenes by Aristides-,
H. 286, 386; paid by Athenian
allies, 438; 130,000 on lists at Rome,
widows and orphans excused,

I. 534; revised by censors, II. 346 ;
that of Cato the Elder, 354

Assian plain, where Archelaiis en-
camped, rv. 380
Assus river, empties into Cephisus,

IV. 378 ; crossed by Sulla, 380
Assyrians, settled in Tigranocerta,

11.552; III. 382
Asteria, Salaminian, wooed by Cimon,

II. 416

Asteropus, ephor, first to extend

power of office, X. 70
Astronomy, Anaxagoras' account of

heavenly bodies, IV. 262; V. 12;

more exact science in Plutarch's

time, II. 274. See also " Meteor."



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Astura, place of Cicero's on sea-coast,

VII. 202
Astyochus, admiral opposed to

Athenians, rv. 70 f .
Astypaleia, Cleomedes of, see " Cleo-

medes of Astypaleia."
Astyphilus of Posidonia, interprets

Cimon's dream, n. 460
Asylum, God of, I. 114
Ateius, tribune of plebs, tries to keep

Crassus from leaving city on

Parthian expedition, in. 362
Ateius, M., first of Sulla's men to

mount wall of Athens, IV. 368
Athamania, in Greece, traversed by

Caesar, V. 286

Athamanians, plundered by Mace-
donians, X. 364
Athanis, cited, VI. 318, 350
Athena, temple of, at Athens, I. 430;

patroness of Athens, II. 28, IV. 8;

II. 28, 30 ; by showing olive-tree,
won against Poseidon, II. 54; her
temple at Plataea restored, 276;
502; statue of her by Pheidias,

III. 40, 44, 88 f. ; Plynteria of, when
celebrated, IV. 98; 368; IX. 54: her
precinct at Belbina commands
entrance into Laconia, X. 56

Athena of the Brazen House, X. 26, 36

Athena Hygieia, statue of her set up
by Pericles, in. 44

Athena Itonis (Itonia), temple of,
V. 50, IX. 432

Athena Optilitip, given temple by
Lycurgus, I. 236

Athena Syllania, I. 220

Athenians Kites, customs, etc.:
rites in memory of Salamis taken
by Solon, I. 426 ; bury dead facing
west, 428; fond of euphemisms,
442 ; great enemies of wolves, 468 ;
oath of young warriors, IV. 38;
Adonia festival, 48; rites on
March 1st in memory of deluge, 372
Laws, etc. : laws re idleness, I.
280,450,464,494; archons at first
chosen by lot, III. 26 ; ostracism,
II. 234, III. 246 f.; law re citizen-
ship, 106 f . ; law re divorce, IV. 20

Tribes named from occupations,
I. 468; taught Greeks to sow grain
and kindle fire, n. 434; pay tribute
to Minos, 1.28; assembled into one
city by Theseus, 50 f . ; divided



into three classes, 54 ; attacked by
Megarians, and lose Nisaea and
Salamis, 432 ; Hill-men, Plain-men,
and Shore-men dispute re form of
government, 434; debts cancelled
by Solon, 442 ; A . given laws by
Solon, 448 f . ; made subject to
Peisistratus, 488 f .

Burn Sardis, fight at Marathon,
II. 224 f.; fight at Salami*, 40 f.,
236 f.; tempted by Xerxes to
cease struggle, 240 ; fight at
Plataea, 248 f.; fortify city, 52 f.;
win allies from Spartans through
Aristides, 282f.; send aid to
Corcyra against Corinth, III. 82 ;
besiege Potidaea, 84; attacked by
Spartans under Archidamus, 94;
afflicted by pestilence, 98; make
peace with Spartans through Nidas,
236; enter on Sicilian expedition,
250 f., IV. 44 f.; suffer disaster m
Sicily, III. 302 f . ; Alcibiades begins
to help Athenians again, IV. 70 ;
defeated by Lysander at Aegos-
potami, and forced to surrender
their city, 106 f ., 264 f . ; accept
Lysander's terms, 270; ruled by
Thirty Tyrants, 274; expel the
Thirty, 290; grateful to Thebans
for he'lp, V. 354

Embroiled with Sparta through
Pelopidas, 372 ; aroused by Demos-
thenes to unite with Thebans
against Philip, VII. 42 ; defeated
(at Chaeroneia) by Philip, 46 ;
asked by Alexander to surrender
Demosthenes and certain others,
56 ; placate Alexander through
Phocion, VIII. 182; besiege Anti-
pater in Lamia, VII. 66 ; threatened
by Antipater's army, VIII. 202 ;
accept his terms, 204, II. 140 ; turn
against Phocion, VIII. 220;
governed for Demetrius the Phaler-
ean for Cassander, IX. 18; freed
by Demetrius Poliorcetes, 20;
highly honour Demetrius, 24 f . ;
freed" from Cassander's siege by
Demetrius, 52 ; revolt from Deme-
trius, and are besieged by him,
114; assisted by Aratus in regaining
freedom, XI. 78; send Carneades
and Diogenes to Rome to beg
cancellation of fine of 500 talents,

343



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



II. 368 ; besieged by Sulla, iv. 360 f. ;
their city captured, 368 f.;
especially loved Octavia, IX. 266
Athenodorus (1) of Imbros, released
from prison by Alexander at
Phocion's request, VIII. 186
Athenodorus (2), actor, fined by
Athenians, when Alexander pays
fine, VII. 308

Athenodorus (3) Cordylion, Stoic
philosopher, at Pergamum, won
over by Cato the Younger, VIII.
256, 268

Athenodorus (4), Sandon's son, wrote
book, addressed to Octavia, I.
548

Athenophanes, Athenian, makes
experiment with naphtha, VII. 328

Athens, made metropolis by Theseus,
I. 4, 52 ; had perpetual fire, that
went out In tyranny of Aristion,
338; very poor in time of 2nd
Persian war, II. 242 ; fortified under
Themistocles, n. 52 ; beautified by
Cimon, 446; adorned by Pericles,
III. 34 ; enriched with holidays and
public festivals by Pericles, 198 ;
down to time of Caesars greatly
outshone Rome in great public
works, temples, etc., III. 204; taken
by Lysander, who tore down long
walls, IV. 108, 270; her walls
rebuilt by money from Pharnabazus,
V. 62 ; spared by Alexander, vn.
256; entered by Pyrrhus, IX. 378;
captured by Sulla, IV. 344, 370;
visited by Cato the Elder, II. 336 ;
given 50 talents by Pompey, V. 224 ;
visited by Cicero, VII. 88; welcomes
Brutus, VI. 176

Athletic training, III. 174, X. 260, XI. 6

Athos, mountain, to be made into
statue of Alexander, VII. 426

Atilia, Serranus' daughter, Cato's
wife, divorced for unseemly conduct,
yill. 28, 250, 254

Atilius (M. Atilius Regulus), II. 386

Atilius, M., consul with T. Manh'us,
when temple of Janus was closed,
1.372

Atilius Vergilio, overthrows G-alba's
statue, XI. 264

Atillius, friend of Brutus, VI. 212

Atiso river, bridged by Lutatius
Catulus, IX. 524; 526

344



Atlantic Islands, called Islands of the

Blest, described, vm. 20
Atlantic Ocean, V. 214, VII. 498, VIII.

20
Atlantis, the lost, story of, heard from

Egyptian priests by Solon, who

tried to put it in poetry, I. 476, 494 ;

story of, left unfinished by Plato,

496
Atlas, reputed father of Pasiphae, X.

20
Atossa, daughter of Artaxerxes,

married by him, XI. 182, 194;

urges Ochus to remove his rivals,

200
Atreus, part of, acted by Aesop,

vil. 94

Atridae, II. 424
Atropatena, ravaged by Antony,

IX. 222

Atropateni, routed by Lucullus,

II. 574

Attaleia, city in Pamphylia, V. 312
Attalus (1), uncle of Cleopatra, wife

of Philip, VII. 246; offends

Pausanias, 250; 382
Attalus (2), king, supports Flamininus'

appeal to Thebans, dies of stroke,

X. 338,11.140, IX. 274

Attalus (3) Philometer, grew poisonous
plants, IX. 46 ; made Roman
people his heir, x. 176

Attia (Atia), daughter of Caesar's
sister, mother of young Caesar,
VII. 196, IX. 206

" Attic History," by Ister, I. 78

Attica, mostly unfruitful and worth-
less; manufacturing encouraged by
Solon, I. 464, 468; invaded by
Mardonius, II. 242 ; often invaded
by Spartans, I. 74; invaded by
Archidamus, III. 94; invaded
by Sphodrias at night, V. 374;
freed from Cassander, IX. 52 ;
invaded by Aratus, XI. 54

Atticus, gets letter from Brutus,
VI. 190

Atticus, Julius, praetorian, claims
to have slain Otho, XI. 262

Attis, two of the name, one a Syrian,
the other an Arcadian ; both killed
by wild boar, vm. 2; story of,
among Phrygians resembles that
about N"uma and Egeria, I. 316

Attius, Tullus, see " Tullus Attius."



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Attius Yams, made governor of
Libya by Pompey, with Scipio
and Juba after Pharsalus, vill. 372

Avx/u,o>i> Xvtri?, possibly connected
with " ancile."

Aufidius, in conspiracy against
Sertorius, vill. 68, 74

Aufidus, river in Italy, III. 160

Augur, defined, V. 438, VI. 360;
Cicero augur in place of younger
Crassus, VII. 172; Antony with
help of Curio, IX. 148 ; Ti. Gracchus,
X. 160

August, month originally called Sex-
tilis, I. 370, IX. 534

Augustus Caesar (Octavius), son of
Octavius and Attia, made heir and
adopted son in Caesar's will, vil.
196, IX. 1C2, 206; quarrelling with
Antony about inheritance, he
supports Cicero, VI. 174, VII. 194,
IX. 170f.; fights at Mutina, VI.
184, VII. 198; becomes consul,
forms triumvirate with Antony
and Lepidus, VI. 186, VII. 200, 600,
IX. 178 ; indicts Brutus and Cassius
for murder, VI. 184; marries
Clodia, Fulvia's daughter, ix. 180;
with Antony wars on Brutus and
Cassius in "Macedonia, VI. 208 f.,
VII. 606, IX. 182 f.; after Philippi
returns illto Kome, 184 ; reconciled
to Antony, divides empire with
him and 'Lepidus, 202 f . ; makes
peace with Sextus Pompeius, 206 ;
renews peace with Antony at
Tarentum, 214 f.; makes war on
Pompeius, 216, 262; finds cause
of complaint in Antony, 256, 260 f . ;
disturbed by Antony's preparations
and unrest in Italy, 268; reads
Antony's will, 270; has war
declared, 272 ; crosses Ionian sea
and occupies Torune in Speirus,
278; wins at Actium, 284 f.; after
receiving surrender of Antony's
land forces, makes settlement with
Greeks, 292 f . ; offers to spare
Cleopatra, recalled to Italy, 304;
next year takes Pelusium, defeats
Antony, 306 f.; learns of Antony's
death, 314; enters Alexandria,



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