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taken from Tigranes by Lucullus,
II. 510, V. 202 ; added to Pompey's
sway by Manilian law, 190 ; IX.
276



Galatians, baggage carriers with
Lucullus, II. 510

Galba, slain by Caesar's mutinous
soldiers, VII. 562

Galba, C. Sulpicius (1), Sulla's legate
at Ohaeroncia, IV. 384

Galba, 0. Sulpicius (2), cited, 1. 143 .

Galba, Ser. Sulpicius (1), opposed
triumph of Aemilius Paulus, VI.
434, 438; impeached by Cato the
Elder, II. 344 ; 386

Galba, Ser. Sulpicius (2), proclaimed
emperor on persuasion of Nym-
phidius Sabinus, xi. 208 f.; his
wealth and family, 210 ; career and
popularity under Nero, 212; in-
vited by Vindex to assume the
imperial power, 214; joined by
nearly all, 216; invites Verginius
to join in preserving empire, 218;
informed he has been proclaimed
emperor by army, senate and people,
218; secretly opposed by Nym-
phidius, 220 f . ; fears Verginius,
224; comes under influence of
Vinius, 228; orders fellow-con-
spirators of Nymphidius to be
executed, 236; becoming un-
popular owing to severity and
greed, 236 f.; censured even for
reasonable measures, 242 f . ;
appoints Vinius and himself con-
suls, 250 ; hated by soldiers for his
stinginess, 252

On learning that Vitellius had
been proclaimed emperor in
Germany adopts Piso' as his
successor, 256 ; warned by priest
Umbricius of treachery, 258; in-
formed that Otho has been pro-
claimed emperor, 202 ; slain by
soldiers, 266 ; buried by Argivus, a
freedman, 270 ; recapitulation, 270 ;
quoted, 266. See also 286

Galepsus, near Amphipoli^, vi. 416

Galley, thirty-oared of Theseus, pre-
served till time of Demetrius
Phalereus, 1.48. See also " Ships."

Gallia Narbonensis, VIII. 32

Galloscythians, term applied to whole
army of Cimbri and Teutoues, IX.
488

Gallus, Annius, commands part of
Otho's forces, XI. 288; 292; 296;
304



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Gallus, C. Cornelius, sent by Octavhis
to help take Cleopatra alive, IX.
316

Gallus, Flavins, see " Flavius Gallus."

Games : funeral games instituted by

Minos, I. 30 ; gymnopaediae at

Sparta, V. 80; 56; 252; Isthmian,

VI. 322; X. 350; Nemean, parsley
used for wreath, VI. 322 ; X. 88 ;
284; 354; XI. 64; Olympic, IV. 24 ;
V. 34 ; VII. 230 ; Pythian, V. 50 ; IX.
100

Gandarites, people of India, VII. 400
Ganges, its width and depth, VII. 400
Gardens, of Lucullus, II. 598
Gargettus, has place called Araterion,

1.80
Garland, of oak leaves given by

Romans to one who saves life of

citizen, IV. 122
Gates, Dipylon, Piraic, Sacred, of

Athens, IV. 370
Gaugamela, means camel's house;

actual site of battle of Arbela, VII.

316
Gaul, its extent, IX. 488; given as

province to Caesar for 5 years, V.

240, VII. 474; given to Caesar for

5 more years, III. 360, V. 250, VII.

494; pacified by Verginius Rufus,

XI. 224
Gaul, Cisalpine, separated from Italy

by Rubicon, vii. 490; invaded by

Cimbri and Teutones, who rout

Romans, Till. 6; II. 484; revolts,

VII. 106; 110; held by Brutus for
Lepidus, V. 152 ; governed by
Cassius, III. 340 ; governed by
Brutus, VI. 138 ; decreed province
of Brutus Albinus, 168

Gaul, Transalpine, Cimbri and Teu-
tones defeat many large Roman
armies there, IX. 490

Gauls, of Celtic stock, early migrations
and settlements, I. 408, II. 126, 404,
IX. 488 ; attracted to Italy by love
of wine, II. 126, VI. 368; besiege
Clusium, II. 128; on recognizing
Fabius Ambustus, Roman am-
bassador among their foes, march
on Rome, 132, I. 348; defeat
Romans at battle of Allia, 160,
n. 136 ; sack Rome, 1. 142, 184, 350,
II. 148, V. 440; defeated by
Ardeans led by Camillus, II. 160;



fail to take Capitol on account of

geese, 158; suffering from plague,

come to agreement with besieged

on Capitol, 162; cut to pieces by

Camillus, 166; in 2nd march on

Rome defeated by Camillus at the

Anio, 198. Clodius in his 'An

Examination of Chronology " says

ancient records lost when Gauls

sacked Rome, I. 306.

Destroy Ptolemy Ceraunus and

his army, IX. 416; 426; 430 f.;

fight Rome after 1st Punic war, v.

436, 440 f . ; defeated by Flaminius,

442, III. 122 ; 334 ; II. 560 ; III. 392 ;

rise against Caesar, are subdued,

VII. 502 ; XI. 242
Gaza, principal city of Syria, taken

by Alexander, VII. 296; IX. 12
Gedrosia, in Persia, vii. 410 f.
Geese, sacred, give alarm on Capitol,

II. 160
Gegania, one of two first Vestals

appointed by Numa, I. 340 ; 394
Gela, Aeschylus' grave near, n. 430,

VI. 56 ; repeopled after Timoleon

pacified Sicily, 344
Gelae, neighbours of Albanl and

Amazons, V. 208
Gelanor, king of Argos, expelled by

faction, IX. 454
Geleontes, one of 4 original Attic

tribes, why so called, I. 468
Gellianus, friend of Nymphidius

Sabinus, XI. 224; 230
Gellius, L., consul, crushed Germans

in Spartacus' forces, in. 340 ; vrii.

252; censor, V. 170; opposed

Caesar's agrarian law, VII. 146
Gellius, M., VII. 150
Gelon (1), tyrant of Syracuse, VI. 12 ;

defeated Carthaginians at Himera

318; sends grain to Rome, IV. 154
Gelon (2), plots against Pyrrhus, IX

356 f.
Geminius (1), of Terracina, enemy of

Marius, IX. 562, 568
Geminius (2), I'ompey's friend, V. 118 ;

by his orders slays Brutus the

Elder, V. 154

Geminius (3), Antony's friend, IX. 272
Genthius, king of lilyrians, VI. 376 ;

bribed by Perseus to imprison

Roman embassy, taken by L.

Anicius, 386



389



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Genucius, tribune of people, insulted

by Falerians, X. 204
Geometricians, VI. 26; cited, 394
Geometry, studied by Archimedes, V.

470
Geradas, Spartan, re adultery at

Sparta, I. 252
Geraestus, near Aulis, V. 14
Gerandas, Spartan, slain in skirmish

with Thebans, V. 402
Geraneian range, in Greece, X. 92,

XI. 70
Gergithus, its revenue offered Phocioii

by Alexander, vm. 186
" Germanicus," title accepted by

Vitellius, XI. 254
Germanicus, descended from Drusus

and Antonia, had son Caius, IX.

332

Germanicus Nero, see "Nero Ger-
manicus."
Germans, under Ariovistus, crushed

by Caesar, VII. 488 f . ; IX. 488
" Germanus," earlier name of Ker-

malus, I. 98
Germany, ravaged for 18 days by

Caesar, VII. 498
Gerontes, appointed at Sparta by

Lycurgus himself, afterwards

elected, I. 282

Getae, Dicomes their king, IX. 280
Ghosts : 11.406, 420, VI. 206, 234, VII.

606
Giants, Battle of, group of figures at

Athens, IX. 274
Gifts : n. 432, 530, 566, 594, III. 26,

108, 316, 350, IV. 154, 436, V. 112,

230, VII. 562, IX. 146
Gigis, maidservant of Parysatis,

executed by Artaxerxes, XI. 170 f.
Gisco (1), assists Hicetas and Ma-

mercus, VI. 334 ; defeated by Timo-

leon, 340

Gisco (2), with Hannibal, III. 162
Glabrio, AT. Acilius (1), see " Acilius

Glabrio."
Glabrio, M'. Acilius (2), his wife

Aemilia taken from him by Sulla

and given to Pompey, IV. 432, v.

134; had province of Bithynia, V.

190
Glaucia, helps Marius oppose Metellus,

IX. 542; drives him from Rome,

IV. 446
Glaucias, king of Illyrians, befriends

390



infant Pyrrhus, restores him to his

father's throne, IX. 350 f.
Glaucippus, son of Hypereides, spoke

against Phocion, VIII. 152
Glaucus (1), Corinthian, ally of

Trojans, VI. 2
Glaucus (2), Hephaestion's physician,

crucified by Alexander, vil. 424
Glaucus (3), son of Polyir.edes, dis-
tinguishes himself under Phocion,

VIII. 172
Glaucus (4), physician, warns Dellius

of Cleopatra's plot against him, IX.

272
Glyoon, moves Menon the informer be

given immunity from taxation, III.

90
Gnathaemion, Argive sempstress,

mother of Perseus, VI. 374, XI. 124
Goat's Marsh, where Romulus dis-
appeared, I. 176, 186, 308,11. 180:

I. 184
Gobryas, father of Ariomandes, II.

440
Gold, withdrawn from currency by

Lycurgus, I. 228 ; scarce in Rome in

Gamillus' time, II. 114
Gornphi, city of Thessaly, taken by

Caesar, vil. 542
" Gouatas,' surname of Antigonus,

VI. 372
Gongylius, reaches Syracuse from

Corinth, tells of Gylippus coming;

slain, in. 274 f.
Gordium, home of ancient Midas,

taken by Alexander, VII. 272
Gordius, driven out of Cappadocui

by Sulla, iv. 334
Gordyaean mountains, VII. 316
Gordyen, Zarbienus, king of, II. 534,

568, 584; invaded by Parthian

king, relieved by Afranius, V. 208
Gordyeni, some moved to Tigranocerla

by Tigranes, II. 552 ; join Tigranes

with their hosts, 554 ; join Lucullus ;

the reason, 568

Gorgias (1) Leontine, cited, II. 434
Gorgias (2), officer under Eumenes,

VIII. 98
Gorgias (3) rhetorician, censured by

Cicero, VII. 142
Gorgi'Ias, with armed following helps

Theban exiles, V. 368, 370;

boeotarch with Pelopida?, 372;

first formed sacred band, 382; 386



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



, Leonidas' wife, quoted, I.



Gorgoleon, Spartan polemarch, slain

in battle with Thebans at Tegyra,

V. 380
Gorgon, her head lost from image of

goddess, II. 30
Gorgus, sailing from Ceos, repeopled

Gela, VI. 344
" Gorpiaeus," name of month in

Cyprus, I. 42
Gortynians, in Crete, aided by Areus,

IX. 436; helped in war by Philopoe-
men, X. 288 f .

Gouras, Tigranes' brother, nominal
defender of Nisibis, captured by
Lucullus, II. 578

Gracchus, Ti. Sempronius (1) married
Cornelia, daughter of Scipio
Africanus, X. 144, 146, 152 ; father
of Ti. and C. Gracchus, twice
consul, censor, had 2 triumphs,
144; subdued many of Spaniards,
but made peace with Numantines,
154; when consul named Scipio
Nasica and C. Marcius his suc-
cessors, then found he had made
mistake in taking auspices, V. 444;
died leaving wife with 12 children,

X. 146

Gracchus, Ti. Sempronius (2) son of
Ti. Gracchus and Cornelia, daughter
of Scipio, brother of C. Gracchus,
X. 144; contrasted with his
brother, 146f. ; made augur,
becomes son-in-law of Appius
Claudius, 150; served with the
younger Scipio in taking Carthage,
. as quaestor served under consul C.
Mancinus against Numantia, 152 f . ;
why he began to agitate for his
agrarian laws, 158 f.; advised by
Crassus, pontifex maximus, Mucius
Scaevola, jurist, and Appius
Claudius, 162 f.; his bill vetoed by
Octavius another tribune, intro-
duces one more severe, ordering
wrongdoers to vacate without
compensation illegally acquired
land, 166; his life in danger, 168;
illegally has Octavius removed from
office, 170 f.; his agrarian bill
becoming law, is chosen with
Appius Claudius and his brother to
survey and distribute the public



laud, 174; proposes that money
willed Rome by king Attalus be
given citi?.ens who received public
land to aid them in stocking their
farms, 176; defends his course in
respect to Octavius, 178f. ; stands
for tribune for following year, 182 ;
warned by Fulvius Flaccus of plan
to kill him, 188; slain by mob of
opponents, 190; his body thrown
into river, his friends banished or
executed, 192. See alto 198

Gracchus, C. Sempronius (1), son of
elder Ti. Gracchus and Cornelia,
X. 144; Quoted, 164, 180

Gracchus, C. Sepronius (2), son of elder
Ti. Gracchus and Cornelia, X. 144 ;
9 years younger than his brother,
150, 198 ; reared with brother by his
mother, 146; contrasted with his
brother, 6, 146 ; while serving under
Scipio against Numantia, appointed
one of 3 men to administer agrarian
law of Ti. Gracchus, 174; married
Licinia, 194; 196; goes as quaestor
with consul Orestes to Sardinia, 198 ;
canvasses for tribuneship, 202 ;
elected 4th, introduces 2 laws, 1st,
that magistrate deprived of office
should not be allowed to hold
office again, 2nd, that magistrate
banishing citizen without trial
should be prosecuted, 204 f. ; pro-
poses 5 laws to gratify people
and overthrow senate, 206 f . ;
becomes very powerful, his further
measures and activities, 208 f . ;
gets C. Fannius elected consul, is
made tribune again, 214; outbid
by colleague Livius Drusus, 214 f.;
sails off to found colony at Carthage,
meanwhile further undermined by
Drusus, 218; returns in 70 days,
220; changes his residence from
Palatine to near forum, opposed
by consul Fannius, 222 ; not
elected tribune 3rd time, 224 ; many
of his laws to be revoked by consul
Opimius and followers, 216 ; dis-
tressed by murder of consul's
servant Antyllius, 226 ; warned of
danger by his wife, 232 ; prevented
from slaying himself by 2 com-
panions, flees, 234 : slam, his body
thrown into the Tiber, his property



39 i



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE -LIVES'



confiscated, 236 ; his memory
honoured by the people, 238

Wrote pamphlet explaining what
induced Ti. Gracchus to undertake
agrarian reform, 162, quoted, 204 f.

Qracinus, one of conspirators against
Sertorius, yin. 68

Granicus, river, where Alexander
defeats Persians, II. 138, VII. 264;
where Lucullus defeats Mithridates,
II. 504

Granius (1) Harms' step-son, IX. 560;
accompanies Marius in flight, 564,
574

Granius (2), magistrate of Dicaearchia,
ordered strangled by Sulla, iv. 442

Granius Petro, quaes'or in Caesar's
army, taken by Scipio, kills
himself, VII. 480

Grants, for festivals, by Pericles, III.
24

Great Mother, prophesies victory for
Romans against Cimbri and Teu-
tones, IX. 508

Greece, invaded by Darius' forces
under Datis, II. 224; invaded by
Xerxes, 18, 234; invaded by
Antiochus the Great, 334; toured
by Aemilius Paulus after Pydna,
VI. 428; its sacred treasures taken
by Sulla, iv. 362 ; Pompey's great
force there, V. 280

Greek, understood by Cato the Elder,
II. 336 ; spoken fluently by Lucullus
II. 470

Greek culture, opposed by Cato the
Elder, n. 370

Greek words, once numerous in Latin,
V. 454

Greeks, defeat Persians at Marathon,
Salamis, Plataea, Mycale, Arbela,
II. 10, 40, 138, 264, VII. 136; are
medising, n. 18, 268; saved by
Themistocles, 20; pay war con-
tribution fixed by Aristides at 460
talents, 286 ; under leadership of
Cimon, 420; defeated by Persians
in Egypt, 618; have no success
against Persians after Cimon, 464;
their peace disturbed by Alcibiades,
IV. 32 f . ; despised Persians after
return of 10,000, XI. 172 f.; have
Peace of Antalcidas dictated to
them by Persian king, 176;
honoured Dion, VI. 34; defeated

392



by Philip at Chaeroneia, II. 138,

VII. 48 f.; 250 f.; united against
Alexander by Demosthenes, 54 ;
proclaim Alexander leader against
Persia, 258 ; crushed at Crannon by
Antipater and Craterus, 68, II. 138,

VIII. 200 ; subjugated by Cassander
and Ptolemy; Antigonus and
Demetrius attempt to free them,

IX. 18 f.; tempted to revolt by
Ptolemy, governed by Demetrius'
son, 108 f . ; helped by Pyrrhus
against Demetrius, 378; had little
contact with Romans up to time of
Flamininus, X. 326 ; 334, 336, pro-
claimed free by Flamininus at
Isthmian games, 296, 350, 386;
welcomed at Lucullus' house in
Rome, n. 604; treated well by
Antony, IX. 184

Greeks and their generals
criticized, X. 352 f., 386 f.; their
opinions and laws opposed to
father marrying daughter, XI. 182

Greeks, Asiatic, some moved from
Cilicia and Cappadocia to Mesopo-
tamia by Tigranes, II. 536 ; many
transplanted from Cilicia to Tigra"-
nocerta, 552; sent from Tigrano-
certa to their homes by Lucullus,
566

Greeks, Italian, fight battle at river
Sagra, VI. 420 ; invite Pyrrhus, IX.
384

Greeks, Sicilian, send to Corinth for
help and get Timoleon, VI. 264;
freed from Carthaginians by
Timoleon, 332

" Grypus," cognomen or epithet, IX.
464

Gulf, Arabian, see " Arabian Gulf."

Gyarta, large rich tract in territory of
Syracuse, VI. 80

Gylippus (1), comes from Sparta to
aid Syracuse, III. 272-, IV. 62. VI.
104; in first battle defeated by
Athenians, next day defeats them,
III. 276 ; captures Plemmyrium
with large stores and moneys, 278;
282; 296; receives proposal of truce
from Nicias, 300 ; slays or captures
Athenian force, spares Nicias, 302 ;
is refused request to be allowed to
take Athenian generals captive to
Sparta, 304; III. 66; 1.298; son of



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Cleandridas, banished for abstract-
ing 30 talents from 1000 sent by
Lysander to Sparta, III. 66, 306, IV.
274 f., VI. 460

Gylippus (2), father of Agiatis, X. 50

Gylon, father of Demosthenes'
mother, banished on charge of
treason, VII. 8

Gymnasium, at Athens, near it
Theseus buried, I. 84.

Gymnopaediae, at Sparta, I. 218, V.
80

Gymnosophists, said to have been
consulted by Alexander, I. 216;
caused Alexander much trouble
VII. 404 f.; 408

Gynaeceia, same as Roman " Bona
Dea," mother of Midas according
to Phrygians, VII. 128, 462

Gythium^ Cleomeues puts to sea from
it, X. 11G; relieved by Philopoemen,
294



Habrotonon, Thracian, mother of

Themistocles, II. 2, 8
Hades, II. 372
Haemon, afterwards called Thermo-

don, flows past Heracleum, I. 64,

VII. 46
Hagnon (1), father of Theramenes,

III. 212, IV. 270; amends bill of

Dracontides, III. 92
Hagnon (2), Teian, with Alexander,

VII. 286; 342; 382
Hagnonides, public informer, VIII.

210; denounces Phocion as traitor,

220; 222; 226; executed by

Athenians, 232
Hagnothemis, cited, VII. 436
Hair, sheared on fore part of head by

Theseus, Abantes, Mysians, I. 10 ;

shaved off by Argives, worn long

by Spartans, IV. 234
Halae, burial place of Timon, IX. 298 ;

destroyed by Sulla, IV. 408
Haliartus, tomb of Rhadamanthus

near it ; Lysander routed and slain

there, IV. 312, 452 ; Halicarnassus,

in Caria, native city of Euterpe, II.

2 ; stormed by Alexander, vii. 268 ;

besieged by Ptolemy, relieved by

Demetrius, IX. 18
Halimus, deme of Thucydides, II.

412



Halonnesus, speech on, by Demos-
thenes, VII. 24

Hamilcar, with Hasdrubal, com-
mander of Carthaginian forces
defeated by Timoleon at river
Crimesus, VI. 320

Hamilcar Barcas, II. 324

Hannibal, invaded Italy, III. 122, V.
456 ; defeats Flaniinius at lake
Thrasymene in Tuscany, III. 124;
tries to force Fabius to fight, 132 ;
escapes from Fabius' trap by ruse,
136, 200; spares Fabius' fields to
bring odium upon him, 140 ; traps
Hinucius, retires when Fabius
comes to rescue, 150f.; destroys
Roman army at Cannae, 162 f . ;
refuses to attack Rome ; how helped
by Cannae, 168; defeated by
Marcellus at Nola, V. 462 ; 464 ; 500 ;
slew Gn. Fulvius the proconsul and
most of his army in Apulia, 502 ;
fights drawn battle with Marcellus
near Numistro, 502 ; fights battles
with Marcellus near Canusium,
506 f . ; worn out with fighting
Marcellus, afraid of Fabius, III. 174 ;
loses Tarentum to Fabius, begins to
realize insufficiency of his forces.
186 ; traps and slays the consuls
Marcellus and Cri^pinus, V. 518;
recalled to Carthage, defeated by
Scipio, 40, II. 398, III. 192, X. 144,
328; stirs up Antiochus against
Rome, 346 ; after defeat of Antiochus
goes to Artaxas the Armenian and
supervises building of city Artaxata,
II. 572 ; flees to Prusias in Bithynia,
commits suicide, X. 378 f.

See also 1. 162, II. 304, 334, III. 6,
176, V. 344, 524, 528, VIII. 4, X. 384.
Quoted: III. 154, 162 f.; 186, v.
458, 506 f., 520, IX. 366, X. 380

Hanno, Carthaginian admiral, VI. 306

Harmony, goddess, born of Ares and
Aphrodite, V. 386

Harmost, left in each city by Lysander,
IV. 266 ; Callibius the 'Spartan in
Acropolis, 274; Sphodrias, at
Thespiae, V. 66 ; 370

Harpalus (1), banished by Philip,
honoured afterwards by Alexander,
VII. 250; appointed governor of
Babylonia by Alexander, 332 ; sent
books to "Alexander, 242; ab-

393



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



sconded, 346; tried to bribe
Phocion, VIII. 190, bribed Demo-
sthenes, sent from city, vil. 60,
216

Harpalus (2), served with Aemilius
Paulus against Perseus, VI. 392

Hasdrubal (1), see " Hamilcar."

Hasdrubal (2), conquered in Spain by
Scipio, X. 328

Heads of the Great Syrtis, VI. 54

Health, temple of, had statue in
honour of Cato the Elder, n. 356

" Hecaergos," name given Apollo, X.
358

Hecate, honoured for her hospitality
by Theseus, I. 26

Hecalesia, sacrifice to Zeus Hecalus
in honour of Hecale], 1.26

" Hecaline," diminutive of Hecale, I.
26

Hecataeus (1) sophist, what Archi-
damidas said about him, I. 266

Hecataeus (2), tyrant of Cardia, urges
Leonnatus to go to aid of Antipater,
distrusts Eumenes, VIII. 86

Hecataeus (3) of Eretria, cited, VII.
356

Hecatombaeon, Athenian month, I.
52, 84; same as Boeotian Hippo-
dromius, II. 138; V. 78; same as
Macedonian Lolis, VII. 228 f.

Hecatombaeum, near Dyme, X. 80

Hecatompedon, part of Syracuse, VI.
94

Hectemorioi, or Thetes, Athenians
who paid a sixth of increase as rent,
1.436

Hector, captured and plundered
Troezen, carried off Aethra, I. 78 ;
V, 188; Spartan youth closely
resembled him, XI. 8

Hecuba, V. 414

Hedylium, mountain, iv. 378 f.

Hegemon, accompanies Phocion to
Polysperchon, viii. 224 ; condemned
to death with Phocion, 228

Hegesias, cited, VII. 230

Hegesipyle, Thracian, wife of Miltiades,
mother of Cimon, II. 412

Hegestratus, Athenian archoii, I. 496

Helen, rape of, by Theseus led to war
in Attica and Theseus' banishment
and death, I. 6fi, 196; different
accounts of rape of, 70 ; on way to
Troy threw golden tripod into sea,

394



which fished up was offered as prize

to wisest man, I. 412
Helenas, son of Pyrrhns and Bircenna

IX. 370, 454; found and sent back

to Epeirus by Alyoneus, 460
Heliaea, in Athens, VIII. 178
Helicon (1) of Cyzicus, friend of Plato,

predicted eclipse of sun, VI. 40
Helicon (2), made belt for Alexander,

VII. 322

Helicon, mountain, IV. 318, V. 48
Helicus, X. 102

Heliopolis, Psenophis of, I. 476
Helius, adherent of Nero, executed

by Galba, XI. 240
Hellas, came into closer relations with

Persia after time of Themistocles,

II. 80. See also " Greeks."
Hellanicus (1), cited : I. 32, 56, 58, 60,

70, IV. 54
Hellanicus (2), sent by Syracusans to

implore help of Dion, VI. 88
Hellenes, see " Greeks."
Hellenic Council, II. 274, 278
Hellespont, II. 240, 506, III. 50;

Philip driven from it by Phocion,

VIII. 174 f.

Helots, made slaves by Spartans
under Soils, 1. 206 ; tilled ground for
Spartans, 278 ; slain by young men
of "krupteia," 288, 290; treated
very harshly, 386 ; did all business,
prepared and cooked meals, etc,
388; 464; revolt from Sparta at
time of great earthquake, I. 292, n.
454 f . ; many desert from Agesilaiis
to enemy, v. 90 ; those who could
pay 5 Attic minas freed by Cleo-
menes ; 2000 armed in Macedonian
fashion, x. 100

Helvetii, defeated by Caesar and forced
to return home, VII. 486

Helvia, Cicero's mother, VII. 82

Helvidius Priscus, took up Galba's
body, XI. 270

Henioche, daughter of Pittheus, wife of
Canethus, mother of Sciron, I. 56

Hephaestion, friend of Alexander,
yn. 340, 346; followed Alexander
in adopting barbarian mode of life,
quarrels with Craterus, 360 ; 382 ;
quarrels with Eumenes, VIII. 78 f.;
dies at Ecbatana to great grief of
Alexander, splendidly buried, 82,
V. 428, VII. 424



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Heptachalcum, place at Athens, IV.
368

Hera, statue of, at Argos, III. 4 ; 70 ;
attacked by Ixion, x. 2 ; festival of,
among Samians to be called Lysan-
dreia, IV. 280 ; temple of, I. 482 ;
temples of, at Samos, Argos,
Lacinium, plundered by pirates, V.
174; temple of, at Corinth, seized
by Aratus, XI. 54

Hera, Cithaeronian, II. 246, 266

" Heracleia," name of precincts dedi-
cated to Herakles by Theseus, I. 80

Heracleia, taken by Demetrius, IX. 52

Heracleia, sacked by M'. Acilius, X.
364

Heracleia, in Pontus, ghost-oracle of,
II. 422; reached by Mithridates,
508

Heracleia, in Italy, battle between
Pyrrhus and Laevinus near it, IX.
394

Heracleidae, how maintained by
Athenians, I. 48 ; included Spartan
kings, 206 ; united with Dorians
and came into Peloponnesus, but
only 2 houses, Eurypontidae and
Agiadae, furnished kings, IV. 300;
234; IX. 464

Heracleides (1), Syracusan boy, brings
on sea fight, III, 292

Heracleides (2), Syracusan, Dion
accused of plotting with him
against Dionysius, VI. 24; returns
from Peloponnesus to Syracuse;
brief account of him ; becomes rival
of Dion, 70 ; though admiral, fails
to prevent Dionysius sailing away,
supports popular proposals, 80;
elected general, 82 ; recalls Dion,
94; pardoned by Dion, 100;
appointed admiral, renews his
machinations against Dion, 102 ;
prevented from occupying Syracuse
by Dion, takes up G-aesylus the
Spartan, 104; reconciled to Dion
by Gaesylus, 106; again plots
against Dion, who has him slain,
112

Heracleides (3), of Cyme, cited, XI.
182

Heracleides (4), Ponticus cited : I.
404, 466, 494, 496, II. 72, 146, III.
102, VII. 293

Heracleitus : (Frag. 74, Bywater 30),



I. 182; (Frag. 105, Bywater 41),
IV. 170; (Frag. 116, Bywater 45),
214,11.136

Heracleium, II. 38, III. 294, VI. 392,
IX. 271



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