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III. 58, IV. 2; battle of, between
Agesilaiis and Thebans, V. 40,
46

Corrhagus (Corrhaeus), Stratonice's
father, IX. 6



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Oorrhagus, son of Demetrius and

Eurydice, IX. 134
Corsica, sea about it cleared of

pirates by Pompey, V. 182
Corvinus, Valerius, 6 times consul

like Marius, IX. 542
Corynetes, slain by Theseus, I. 188.

See also " Periphetes."
Cos, people of, join Lucullus, II.

474
Cosa, in Etruria, colonized by Rome,

X. 324
Cosconius, slain by Caesar'3 mutinous

soldiers, VII. 560
Cosis, brother of Albanian king, slain

by Pompey, V. 208
Cossaeans, slaughtered by Alexander,

VII. 424
Cossinius, praetor, slain, and his

camp captured by Spartacus, III.

338
Cossus, Cornelius, see " Cornelius

Cossus."
Cossus, Liciuius, sent to consult

oracle of Delphi re Alban lake, II.

102
Cost, of clothing, II. 314 ; of fish, 322 ;

of public works, 35G
"Cothurnus," nickname of There-

menes, III. 212

Cotta, defeated by Sertorius in sea-
fight, VIII. 30
Cotta, Caesar's legate, destroyed with

army by Gauls, VII. 500
Cotta, L. (1), opposes Marius, IX.

470
Cotta, L. (2), censor, very fond of

wine, vii. 150
Cotta, M., consul with Lucullus, II.

484; sent with ships to guard

Propontis and Bithynia, 490; de-
feated by Mithridates, is besieged

in Chalcedon, 494
Cotylon, Varius, intimate of Antony,

left with 6 legions to guard Gaul,

IX. 178
Cotys, king of Paphlagonians, makes

alliance with Agesilaiis, V. 28
Council of Elders, established by

Lycurgus, I. 218

Council of 500, at Athens, II. 458
Courts of justice, transferred again

to knights by Pompey, V. 168
Crane, dance instituted by Theseus,

still kept up by Delians, I. 44



Craneion, suburb of Corinth, VII.
258

Craunon, battle of, Greeks defeated
by Antipater, n. 138, VII. 68, VIII.
200

Crassianus, C. (Crastinus or Cras-
sinius), centurion of Caesar, slain
at Pharsalus, V. 300, VII. 548

Crassus (1), Scipio's colleague in
consulship, urged by Fabius Mazi-
mus to thwart Scipio ; was pontifei
maximus, III. 192

Crassus (2), brother of Licinia, X.
232

Crassus (3), husband of Scribonia,
father of Piso, executed by Nero,
XI. 254

Crassus (4), son of the triumvir,
resembled Arius, VII. 144

Crassus, M., his family, in. 314; his
avarice and wealth, 316 f . ; gener-
ous, eloquent, kindly, 320 ; escaped
when Cinna and Marius prevailed,
322 ; joins Sulla and raises force,
326 f.; rival of Pompey, 328;
victorious when Sulla is defeated,
320, IV. 416, 420 f.; lent Caesar
large sum, III. 332 f., VII. 468;
chosen to conduct war against
Spartacus, III. 340; disciplines
troops when his legate Mummius
is defeated, 342 ; defeats parts of
Spartacus 1 force, 344, 346, V. 164,
196; defeats Spartacus again, III.
348

Elected consul with Pompey,
quarrels with him, 350, V. 168,
VIII. 334; inactive as censor,
accused by Cicero of being in
Catilinarian conspiracy, III. 352,
VII. 116, 158; reconciled to Cicero,
168, III. 354; forms triumvirate
with Pompey and Caesar, 354 f .,
VII. 470; has understanding with
Caesar and Pompey at Luca, in.
356, VII. 494, VIII. 332; through
violence is elected consul with
Pompey, gets province of Syria,
III. 360, VIII. 334; crosses to the
east, takes Zenodotia, III. 364;
receives embassy from Hyrodes,
368; encouraged by Artabazes,
king of Armenia, 370 ; duped by
Ariamnes, 374; opposed by Surena,
376 f.; gets discouraging message



3 6 7



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



from Artabazes, 380; defeated by
Parthians, 382 f.; leaves Carrhae
by night, 408; forced to go with
the Parthians?, 412 ; is slain, 416,
V. 254, VII. 510

See also II. 592, 596, 606, V. 226,
VII. 102, 144, 146

Quoted : III. 318, 330, 352, V. 170,
364, 368, 374, 398, 412

Crassus, P. (1), pontifex maximus,
helps Ti. Gracchus draw up his
agrarian law, X. 162 ; father-in-
law of 0. Gracchus, elected land
commissioner in place of Ti.
Gracchus, 194

Crassus, P. (2), son of M. Crassus,
admirer of Cicero, III. 354, V. 260,
VII. 168; came from Caesar in
Gaul with 1000 troopers for his
father, III. 366, 384; slain at
Carrhae, 390, 400, V. 310, VII.
172

Crastinus, see " Crassianus."

Craterus (1), husband of Phila, K.
32 ; vii. 344 ; wounded by Perdic-
cas, 346 ; quarrels with Hephaes-
tion, 360, 362, 382, sent back to
Macedonia by Alexander, vill.
186 ; defeats Greeks at Crannon,
and crosses to Asia to overthrow
Perdiccas, VII. 68, VIII. 90, 200;

VII. 70 ; VIII. 92 ; sends Antipater
into Cilicia, advances against
Bumenes, is defeated and dies,

VIII. 94 f., IX. 32

Craterus, the Macedonian, collected
various decrees, II. 444; cited,
294

Crates, philosopher, induces Deme-
trius to raise siege of Athens, IX.
116

Cratesicleia, mother of Cleomenes,
assists him, marries Aristonotis, X.
60 ; goes as hostage to Egypt, 98 ;
executed by Ptolemy, X. 136

Cratesipolis, wife of Alexander, son
of Polysperchon, visits Demetrius,

IX. 22

Cratinus, comic poet, cited :

Arohilochi (Kock I. 11), II. 434
Cheirons (Kock I. 86), in. 8, 70
Nemesis (Kock I. 49), ra. 8 ; (94),

I. 472 ; (100), III. 42
Cratippus, V. 310 ; received Roman
citizenship from Caesar at Cicero's

368



request, VII. 142 ; his lectures

attended by Brutus, VI. 176
Craugis, Philopoemen's father, X. 256
Cremation, alive, VII. 416 f.
Cremona, battle of, Caecina worsted

by Otho's men, XI. 292
Creobylus, see " Crobylus."
Creon (1), father of Menoeceus, V.

390
Creon (2), character in tragedy, VII.

72
Creophylus, posterity of, in Ionia

preserved poems of Homer, I. 214
Cretan, civilization, simple and severe,

I. 214; government, mixture of
democracy and royalty, VI. 112 ;
javelin, X. 444

Cretans, once sent offering of flrst-
born to Delphi, some of Athenian
descent, etc., I. 30; submit to
Philip, son of Antigonus, XI. 110;
serve with Aemilius Paulus, VI.
392, 416 ; won over by Lucullus,

II. 474

Crete, visited by Lycurgus, I. 212;

worst nest of pirates after Cilicia,

cleared of them by Metellus, V.

188 ; decreed province of Brutus,

VI. 168; X. 288 f.
"Creticus," surname of Antonius,

father of M. Antony, IX. 138
Crimesus river, in Sicily, VI. 322 ;

battle of, 324 f .
Crispinus (1), consul with Marccllup,

slain by Hannibal in ambush, V.

516
Crispinus (2), Poppaea's husband, XI.

2-16; slain by Otho's soldiers, 280
Critias, son of Callaeschrus, moved

decree for recall of Alcibiades, IV.

96; one of Thirty Tyrants, II.

434; cited, I. 230, II. 434, 454

(Bergk II. 279 f .), IV. 96
Crito, borrowed 70 minas from

Socrates, II. 214

Critola'idas, one of 5 arbiters in dis-
pute between Athenians and Megar-

ians, I. 428

CritolaUs, cited, III. 20
Crobylus (1), cited, VII. 40
Crobylus (2), beautiful boy, VII. 286
Croesus, sent bowl to Delphi, I. 414;

had interview with Solon, 478;

defeated and spared by Cyrus,

484



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE * LIVES '



Crommyonian sow, called Phaea,

slain by Theseus, I. 18
Cronos, age of, II. 286, 436
Groton, I. 178 ; given portion of

spoil from Arbela by Alexander,

VII. 328
Crustumerium, its people defeated

and moved to Rome by Romulus,

I. 138
Cteslas, physician with Artaxerres

II., XI. 128 ; describes death of Cyrus

at Ounaxa, 148 f. ; rewarded by

Artarerxes, 156; tells anecdote

about Clearchus and himself, 166 .;

sent to help Conon, 176
Cited: 140, 146, 148 L, 154 f.,

170

Ctesibius, cited by Hennippus, VII. 12
Ctesiphon, brought to trial in matter

of the crown, vn. 58
Ctesippus, son of Chabrias, vil. 36;

helped by Phocion, VIII. 158
Ctesium, city in Scyros, II. 426
Culeo, Terentius, forces Flamininus

and Marcellus, the censors to receive

into citizenship all offered if of free

parents, X. 372
Culleo, vainly urges Pompey to

divorce Julia, V. 242
Cumae, Blossius of, X. 160
Cunaxa, 500 furlongs from Babylon;

battle of, XI. 142 f.
Cures, of the Sabines, native city of

Numa Pompilius ; from it " Qui-

rites " derived, I. 314
" Cures, a new," term applied to

Epimenides of Crete, I. 432
Curiae, named after 30 seized Sabine

maidens, I. 130, 152
Curio (1), Sulla's legate, besieges

Aristion in the acropolis and forces

him to surrender, IV. 372
Curio (2), Cato's friend, VIII. 266;

aedile with Favonius, 348, IX. 140
Curio (3), rescues Caesar in Catilin-

arian trouble, VII. 460 ; bought by

Caesar, acts for him hi Rome,

V. 268, VII. 514 f., IX. 140, 148;

driven from senate by Lentulus,

VII. 518
Curius, M'., II. 324, 38(3, 394; hero

of 3 triumphs, drove Pyrrhus from

Italy, 306; defeated Pyrrhus at

Beneventum, IX. 426; quoted, II.

306



Curtius, Sabine, caught in bo<? hence-
forth called "lacus Curtius," I.

144
Custom, of boiling all sorts of pulse

together on 7th of Pyanepsion,

I. 46 ; Spartans brought bodies of

kings home for burial, V. 112
Cyanean isles, western limit for

Persian navy, n. 444
Cybernesia, celebrated in honour of

of Nausithoiis and Phaeax, I. 34
Cybisthus, son of Solon's sister,

adopted by him, I. 418
Cychreus, father-in-law of Sciron, I.

20; hero sacrificed to by Solon,

424
Cyclades, being subjugated by Arche

Mis, IV. 358
Cyclops, cave of, n. 326 ; blinded, XI.

208

Cycnus, slain by Hercules, I. 22
Cydnus river, in Asia, VII. 274, IX.

192

Cyinda, see " Quinda."
Cyllarabis (Cylarabis, Cyllarabium),

gymnasium just outside of Argos,

IX. 452, X. 86, 110
Cylon, his murder caused pollution

and strife, 1. 430 ; Athenians ordered

by Spartans to drive out this

pollution, III. 94
Cyme, where Themistocles landed in

Asia, II. 68 ; VII. 586
Cynageirus, rivalled Aristides for

2nd place at Plataea, II. 388
Cynisca, Agesilatts' sister, enters

" chariot at Olympian contests, V. 52
Cynosarges, gymnasium of Hercules

outside Athens, frequented by

aliens, II. 2
Cynoscephalae, Amazons' graves there,

"l. 64; Pelopidas defeats Alexander

of Pherae there and is himself slain,

V. 422; Flamininus defeats Philip

of Macedon there, VI. 372, X. 340
Cynossema, promontory of Salamis,

'origin of name, II. 30 f., 318
Cypris, I. 478
Cyprus, has grove of Ariadne Aphro-

*dite, I. 42; visited by Solon, 476;

11.84; 442; 460; scene of Oimon's

death, 462 f., III. 32; 74; surrenders
to Alexander, VII. 292; 308; IX. 12 ;
won from Ptolemy by Demetrius,
IX. 341.; 11.478; administered by



369



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Cato, V. 240, 316, VII. 170, VIII. 346 ;
given to Cleopatra, IX. 218

Cypselus, Periander's father, XI. 8

Gyrene, set in order by Ecdemus and
"Megalophanes, X. 256 ; ruled by
son of Demetrius and Ptolemais,
IX. 134; given fired constitution
by Lucullus, II. 474; received
Cato, closed gates to Labienus,
VIII. 370 f . ; western terminus of
Antony's empire, ix. 276

Cyrnus river, its source, tributary,
and mouth, V. 206

Cyrrhestica, in Asia, IX. 122, 212

"Cyrus," Persian word for sun, *XI.
128

Cyrus the Elder, named from sun,
XI. 128; 130; defeated and spared
Solon, I. 484; his tomb visited by
Alexander VII. 416, IX. 152

Cyrus the Younger, son of Dareius
and Parysatis, XI. 128; 190,111. 72;
receives Lysander at Sardis, IV.
240; 246; asks Sparta to send
Lysander again, 248; promises
Lysander anything he wants, 252 ;
280; remained satrap of Lydia
and commander of the king's forces
in maritime provinces on death of
Dareius, XI. 130; accused of plot
against life of Artaxerxes, pardoned
by latter, 132; makes secret
preparations, 132 f.; gets aid of
Spartans, marches against the
king, is slain at Cunaxa, 136 f.,
IV. 452; quoted, XI. 142

Cythera, captured by Nicias, III.
"228; 430; V. 86; X. 118

Cytheris, actress, favourite of Antony,
"ix. 158

Cyzicus, sends embassy to Sparta
supported by Pharnabazus, IV. 66 ;
taken by Athenians, 82 ; besieged
by Mithridates, relieved by Lucul-
lus, II. 498, 504; VI. 186



Dactyli, Idaean, played tricks like

those of Picus and Faunus, I.

360
Daedalus, son of Merope, pursued

by Minos, fled to Athens, protected

by Theseus, I. 38
Daesius, month in which Macedonian

kings were wont to take the field,

370



VII. 264; 432; Sicyonian month,
same as Anthesterion, XI. 122
Da'imachus, Plataean, cited re Solon,

I. 572 ; his treatise " On Religion "
cited, IV. 262

Dalmatia, armies there faithful to
Otho, XI. 284

Damagoras, commands Khodian gal-
ley, II. 482

Damascus, VII. 280

Damastes (1), surnamed Procrustes,
slain by Theseus, I. 22

Damastes (2), cited, n. 138

Damippus, Spartan, captured by
Marcellus, V. 482

Damochares, plots against Agis, X.
40 ; helps execute him, 44

Damocleides, prominent Theban,
takes part in expulsion of Spartans
at Thebes, V. 356 ; with Pelopidas
slays Leontidas and Hypates, V.
366

Damocrates (1), Plataean hero, II.
246

Damocrates (2), Spartan exile, quoted,
X. 66

Damon (1), Pericles' music teacher,
ostracized, II. 214, III. 10, 226

Damon (2), Macedonian soldier of
Alexander, VII. 286

Damon (3), Peripolitas, of Chaeroneia,
story of his life, II. 404 f.; his
descendants called Asbolomeni, 408

Damonides, of deme Oa, advises
Pericles, III. 26

Damophantus, leader of Eleian
cavalry, slain by Philopoemen, X.
272

Damoteles, betrays Cleomenes at
Sellasia, X. 114 "

Damurias river, where Timoleon
defeated Hicetas, VI. 336

Danaiis, captured Argos, IX. 454

Dandamis, gymnosophist, meets One-
sicritus, VII. 408; 244

Dandarians, barbarian people dwell-
ing about Lake Maeotis, II. 518

Danube river, Bisternae settled along
it, VI. 376 ; scene of battle between
Alexander and Syrmus, king of
Triballi, VII. 252 ; regions along it
subdued by Tiberius Sempronius,

II. 334

Daochus, Thessalian, sent by Philip
on embassy to Thebes, VII. 42



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Daphne, daughter of Amyclas, the

same as Pasiphae according to

Phylarchus, X. 20

Daphne, grove near Antioch, II. 534
Dardanians, defeated by Perseus,

VI. 376
Dardanus, in Troad, meeting-place

of Mithridates and Sulla, IV. 402
Dardanus (1), founded Troy, II. 144
Dardanus (2), shield-bearer of Brutus,

VI. 242

Dareius (1), sent Datis to subdue
Hellenes, II. 10, 224

Dareius (2), father of Artaxerxes,
Cyrus, Ostanes, and Oxathres by
Parysatis, XI. 128

Dareius (3), his generals defeated at
the river Qranicus, VII. 262 f . ;
encouraged by Alexander's long
delay in Cilicia, 274; defeated by
Alexander, 278; makes proposal
to Alexander, 310 ; marches against
him with a million men, 314;
escapes from rout of Arbela, 324;
V. 40 ; seized by Bessus, dies in
presence of Polystratus, 348; body
sent to his mother, 350; quoted,
310 f., 350 f.

Dareius (4), oldest son of Artaxerxes
II., proclaimed successor to the
throne, XI. 188 f. ; plots death of
Artaxerxes, is detected and put to
death, 196f.

Daric, Persian coin, IV. 240

Darius, see " Dareius."

Dascylitis, lake near Cyzicus, II. 500

Dassaretis, in Illyria, X. 330

Datis, sent by Darius to subdue
Hellenes, II. 224

Daunians, plunder Pyrrhus' baggage
at Asculum, IX. 416

Day, white, III. 78

Debts, cancelled in Athens by Solon,
I. 442, 570; debtor class cham-
pioned by M. Manlius, II. 186;

VII. 418; IV. 348; 11.532; VII. 452 ;
470; 556; IX. 140

Decadarchies, instituted in Asia by

Lysander, IV. 242, 266, 268
Deceleia, fortified on advice of

Alcibiades, IV. 62; 98; 252
Dechas, death chamber of prison at

Sparta, X. 44
Decimation, what it is, IX. 226; III.

342



Decrees, II. 18, 204, 244, 280, 444,

458, III. 28, 68, 84, 88, 210, 252,

IV. 42, 96, 254, 270, 318, V. 354,

VI. 10, VII. 48, 68, 146, 168, VIII.

222, 230, IX. 32
Deianeira, III. 70
Deldameia (1), married Peirithous, I.

68
Dei'dameia (2), daughter of Aeacides,

sister of Pyrrhus, wife of Deme-
trius, IX. 58, 348, 354; mother of

Alexander, 134; 72; dies, 78, 362
Deidius, brings in head of elder of

Pompey's sons, VII. 572
Delmachus, father of Autolycus, II.

544
Deinarchus (1), Corinthian, denounced

Demades to Cassander, VII. 78 ;

put to death by Polysperchon,

VIII. 222
Deinarchus (2), served under Timo-

leon in Sicily, VI. 312, 320
Deinias, with Aristotle the logician,

slays Abantidas, XI. 6 ; cited,

66
Deinocrates, Messenian, induces Mes-

sene to revolt from Achaean league,

captures Philopoemen, X. 306, 370 ;

executes Philopoemen, commits

suicide, 314
Deinomache, daughter of Megacles,

mother of Alcibiades, IV. 2
Deinon, cited, VII. 332, XI. 128, 140,

146 f ., 154, 170, 172, 178
Deloneus, son of Eurytus the Oechal-

ian, I. 18
Deipnophoroi, women who took part

in procession of Oschophoria; why

so called, I. 50

Deirades, Athenian deme, IV. 70
Deiotarus, Galatian, guest-friend of

Cato's father, welcomes Cato, who

refuses his gifts and leaves soon,

VIII. 260 f . ; meets Crassus, III.

364; flees with Pompey, V. 308;

deserts to Octavius, IX. 280
Ae/cd/Soioy (ten oxen), origin of term

as referring to money, I. 54
Delium, has temple of Apollo, IV.

396 ; battle of, Athenians defeated,

18, 316,111.226
Dellius, sent by Antony to bring

Cleopatra to him in Cilicia, IX.

190 f.; 272
Delos, island, athletic contests insti-

371



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



tuted there by Theseus, I. 44;
Confederacy of, II. 290; III. 216

Delos, mountain near temple of
Apollo Tegyraeus, V. 378

Delphi, visited by Lycurgns, I. 21G ;
has perpetual fire, that went out
3 times, 338; where 7 wise men
once met, 412 ; had golden tripod
and bowl sent by Croesus, 414;
its records cited, 430, 472 ; had
treasury of Acanthians, IV. 234;
280; II. 114; seized by men led
by Philomelus and Onomarchus

VI. 334; 428

Delphi, oracle of, I. 52 ; told Theseus
to found city where he found
himself full of sorrow, 60, 82;
180; 216; 220; 294; 318; 424; 428;
438; II. 28; 102; 246; VII. 260; XI.
120

Delphians, freed from Phocians by
Spartans, II. 436 ; dispossessed of
sanctuary at Delphi by Spartans,
restored by Athenians, III. 62

Delphinium, contains enclosure where
house of Aegeus stood, I. 24, 34

Demades, his character and ability,

VII. 20, 24, 30, VIII. 144; moves
that Athenians take part in con-
gress proposed by Philip, vill.
180; induces Alexander to forgo
demand for surrender of Demos-
thenes and others, VII. 56; moves
sentence of death on Demosthenes,
70, vin. 202; executed by Oas-
sander, 212, VII. 78

Sayings : Draco's laws written
in blood, I. 450, VII. 28, 30, VIII.
144, 194, X. 110, XI. 208

Demaenetus, popular leader at Syra-
cuse, attacks Timoleon, VI. 348

Demaratus (1), father of Tarquin,
I. 138, 536

Demaratus (2), Spartan, wishes to
wear tiara upright like Persiau
kings, II. 80; XI. 130

Demaratus (3), Corinthian, rebukes
Philip, VII. 246, 336; dies after
seeing Alexander on throne of
Dareius, 384; cited, V. 38

Demaratus (4), Rhodian, his release
secured by Phocion from Alexander,

VIII. 186

Demaratus, saying, I. 268
Demaretus, with Deinarchus brought



Timoleon's 2nd reinforcement from
Corinth, led part of troops against
Hicetas, VI. 312, 320; commands
cavalry at battle of river Crimesus,
326

Demariste, Timoleon's mother, VI.
266, 272

Demeas, son of Demades, executed by
Cassander, vm. 214

Demeter, sacrifice to, at Sparta
12th day after death of kinsman, I.
286, 422; goddess of Eleusis, IV.
60, II. 246 ; temple of, near Hysiae
at foot of Cithaeron, 248

" Demetria," new name of festival
Dionysia, IX. 28

Demetrias, city settled by Demetrius
from small villages about lolcus,
IX. 134; Plamininus ordered to
keep it garrisoned, X. 348; had
great store of arms for Parthian
war, VI. 180

" Demetrias," new name of Sicyon,
IX. 58

Demetrias, new tribe at Athens in
honour of Demetrius, IX. 26

" Demetrias," new name for " Old
and New," last day of month, ix.
28

" DemetrioD," new name of month
Mounychion, IX. 28

Demetrius (1), herald of Syracuse,
VI. 354

Demetrius (2), surnamed Pheido, in
retinue of Alexander, vil. 382

Demetrius (3), brother of Antigonus,
by some said to be the father of
Demetrius Poliorcetes, IX. 6

Demetrius (4), Poliorcetes, character
and lineage, IX. 6 f ., VIII. 134;
when 22 defeated by Ptolemy at
Gaza, IX. 12; defeats Cilles,
Ptolemy's general, 14 ; raids Naba-
taean Arabs, invades Babylonia,
16; frees Athens of Demetrius
Pharlereus, 18 f. ; frees Megara,
22 ; takes Munychia and razes
fortress, restores to Athens ancient
form of government, 24 f . ; marries
Eurydice", had married Phila, 32 f.;
defeats Menelaiis and Ptolemy at
Cyprus, 34 f . ; saluted as king with
his father, 40

Fond of building ships and
engines of war, 46; takes Rhodes,



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



48 f. ; rescues Athens from Cas-
sander, 52 f . ; drives his enemies
out of the Peloponnesus, pro-
claimed Commander-in-Chief of the
Greeks, 58; defeated with his
father at Ipsus by rival kings,
68 f., 380 ; is warned off by Athens,
72; ravages Chersonesus, 74;
marries his daughter Stratonice' to
Seleucus, takes possession of Cilicia,
78 ; drives Lachares from Athens,
80 f.; defeats Sparta twice, 84;
has Alexander slain and becomes
king of Macedonia, 88 f., 360 f.;
gets Thessaly, occupies Boeotia,
96 ; conquers Aetolia and ravages
Epeirus, 100, 364; very ill at
Pella, drives Pyrrhus out of
Macedonia, 106, 370; is attacked
by Seleucus, Ptolemy, and Lysi-
machus, deserted by his army
loses Macedonia and flees to
Cassandreia, 110 f., 374f.

Sails for Asia to wrest Caria and
Lydia from Lysimachus, marries
Ptolemals, 116, 378; withdraws
to Taurus mountains, 120 ; is
successful against Seleucus, but
falls sick and is deserted by most
of his men, 122 ; surrenders to
Seleucus, 126 ; is carried a prisoner
to the Syrian Chersonese; died in
his 55th year, 132 ; the children
he left, 134

See also VII. 32, IX. 354, 372

Demetrius (5), the Phalerean, brother
of Himeraeus, VII. 70 ; had pension
given to 2 descendants of Aristides,
II. 296 ; ruled Athens for Cassander,
expelled by Demetrius and given
safe conduct to Thebes, IX. 18 f. ;
condemned to death in absentia by
the Athenians, vm. 226

Cited : I. 276, 466 (his " Socra-
tes "), II. 210, 212, 214, 226, 296,
VII. 22, 24, 26, 34

Demetrius (6), the Thin, son of
Demetrius Poliorcetes, IX. 134

Demetrius (7), son of Demetrius
Poliorcetes and Ptolemals, ruled
Cyrene 1 , IX. 134

Demetrius (8), son of Antigonus
Gonatas, marries Nicaea to help
his father get the Acrocorinthus,
XI. 36 ; his general Bithys defeats



Aratus, 76; after short rule died,
leaving a son Philip in his boyhood,
VI. 372

Demetrius (9), son of Philip, sent to
Eome as hostage, X. 346 ; executed
by his father on false charge
brought by his brother Perseus,

VI. 374

Demetrius (10), of Pharos, XI. 114
Demetrius (11), the Magnesian, cited,

VII. 36, 68, 70

Demetrius (12), the Peripatetic, with

Cato at Utica, VIII. 396, 402
Demetrius (13), freedman of Pompey,

V. 120, 216, 264

Demetrius (14), attendant of Cassius,

VI. 226

Demo, sur named Mania, mistress of

Demetrius, IX. 54, 64
Demochares (1), of Leuconoe, relative

of Demosthenes, cited, vil. 74;

ban mot re Stratocles, exiled for it,

IX. 56
Demochares (2), of Soli, called

Demetrius " Fable," IX. 64
Democles, beautiful Athenian youth,

IX. 56
Democracy, favoured by maritime

empire, II. 54; gains control at

Athens, 450

Democrates, lover of Alcibiades, IV. 8
Democritus, as to what we ought to

pray for, VI. 260
Ar}ju.oi, play of Eupolis, III. 8
Demoleon, accompanied Autolycus,

II. 544

Demon, cited, I. 36, 50
Demon of Paeonia, VII. 56 ; cousin

of Demosthenes, brings in decree

recalling him from exile, 68
Demonax, messenger of Archelalis

to people of Cyzicus, n. 498
Demophilus, accuser of Phocion, slain

by his son, VIII. 232
Demophon (Demophoou), son of

Theseus, and Antiope, I. 64; had

son Munychus from Laodice", 78;

founded city in Cyprus near river

Clarius, 476

Demopolis, son of Themistocles, II. 88
Demosthenes (1), Athenian general,

defeated in Aetolia, in. 226 ; forti-
fied Pylos, 230; 278; arrives in

Sicily with large force, makes night

attack on Epipolae and is defeated,

373



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



284, 286; with his force captured
by Syracusans, 300; executed by
orders of Syracusans, 306 ; IV. 2

Demosthenes~(2), father of the orator,
called the Cutler owing to his
business, VII. 8, 48

Demosthenes (3), his parents and
race, vii. 8; left by his father at
age of 7 with estate of 15 talents,
wronged by his guardians, 8;
inspired by Callistratus to become
an orator, 10 f . ; brings suit against
his guardians, 14; encouraged by
Eunomus and Satyrus, 16 ; trains
diligently in private, 16 f . ; did not



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