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Heracles (1), destroyed some powerful
wicked men in Hellas, cowed others ;
after he slew Iphitus and went to
Lydia, old villainies burst forth
anew, but Lydia got peace and
security, I. 14, 296 ; kinsman of
Theseus, 16 ; sacrificed Busiris,
wrestled Antaeus to death, slew
Oycnus, dashed out Termerus*
brains, 22; instituted Olympian
games in honour of Zeus, 56 ; ac-
companied by Theseus in campaign
against Amazons, 58, 544; slew
Antiope and her Amazons, 64 ; 68 ;
initiated into Eleusinian mysteries
at instigation of Theseus, 70 ; 78 ;
secured Theseus' release from
Aidoneus, 80; father of Telephus,
92 ; ancestor llth removed from
Lycurgus, 206, 446; II. 2; had
daughter Eucleia by Myrto, 278;
410 ; statue of, removed from Taren-
tum and set up in Capitol at Rome by
FabiusMaximus,lll. 184; 210; had
tendency to melancholy according
to Aristotle, IV. 236; V. 380; said
to have loved Tolaiis, 384 ; father
of Macaria, 390; ancestor of
Alexander, VII. 224; took Ilium,

VIII. 2 ; had son Sophax by Tinga,
settled Olbianians and Mycenaeans
about city of Tinga, 24; had son
Anton, IX. 146 ; shown in paintings
with Omphale taking away his
club and lion's skin, 336

Heracles (2), son of Alexander by

Barsin6, vin. 80
" Heracles, bowl of," VII. 432
Heraea, IV. 294; city belonging to

Acaaean league, seized by

Cleomenes, X. 64
" Heraea," Greek for " Junonia," X.

220
Heraeum, II. 266 ; at Corinth, seized

by Agesilaus, V. 58 ; X. 94 ; 110
Heralds, at Rome, I. 354
Hercules, I 114; became father of

1st Fabius, III. 118 ; 350
Hercynii, inland limit of Cimmerians,

IX. 490

395



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Hereas, Megarian, cited, I. 40, 76, 428
Herennius, C., reluctant to witness

against Marius, IX. 472 ; with

Perpenna defeated by Pompey, V.

158
Herennius, centurion, kills Cicero, VII.

206
Herippidas, V. 28; harmost in

Thebes, executed by Spartans, 370
Hermae, of stone, dedicated by

Cimon, II. 424
Hermae, mutilation of, III. 210, 254,

IV. 48, 52

Hermaeus, priest with Mithridates'

army, II. 522
Hermagoras, rhetorician, opposed by

Poseidonius at Rhodes, V. 224
Hermes, to east of Delphinium at

Athens, called Hermes at Aegeus'

gate, I. 24
" Hermes of Andocides," why so

called, III. 254, IV. 56
Hermes Terrestrial, n. 280
Herminius, helped Horatius defend

the bridge, I. 544
Hermione', joins Achaean league, XI.

78; taken by Cleomenes, X. 90;

had temple of Chthonian Earth,

V. 174; purple came from there,

VII. 332; Epicles of, II. 14
Hermippus (1), comic poet, prosecutes

Aspasia for impiety, III. 92 ;

(Kock I. 236 f .), cited, 96
Hermippus (2), cited : I. 218, 278,

406, 418, 430, VII. 12, 26, 70, 74,

380
Hermocrates, Syracusan, his daughter

married Dionysius the Elder, VI.

6; son of Hermon, destined to

cause most of Athenian reverses,

III. 210: 296; 304; his saying re

Nicias, 264
Hermolails, plots against Alexander,

is executed, VII. 382
Hermon (1), father of Hennocrates,

III. 210
Hermon (2), slew Phrynichus, crowned

by Athenians, IV. 74
Hermotimus, Phocaean, father of

Milto, III.. 72
Hermus, left by Theseus as one of

governors of Pythopolis, I. 60
Hermus, on road from Athens to

Eleusis, has tomb of Pythonice',

VIII. 192

396



Hero, niece of Aristotle, mother of
Callistheties, VII. 384

Herod, Jew, sends army to Antony,
IX. 276; deserts to Octavius, 300,
302

Herodes, urged by Cicero to study
philosophy with Cratippus, VII. 142

Herodorus Ponticus, cited I. 68,
66, 70, 114

Herodotus (1), story about him among
Bithynians resembles that about
Numa and Egeria, I. 316

Herodotus (2), cited : (VIII. 3), n.
56 ; (5), 20 ; (93), 46 ; (IX. 46), 258 ;
(64), 388; (85), 272

Herophytus, Samian, not so shrewd
as Cimon, II. 430

Herostratus, sent into Macedonia by
Brutus to win over commanders of
armies there, VI. 178

Hersilia, only married Sabine woman
seized, married to Hostilius or to
Romulus, I. 130, 146; appealed for
reconciliation between Romans and
Sabines, 150

Hesiod, loved by gods for sake of
Muses, 1. 318 ; verse expunged from
his poems by Peisistratus, 40;
rebuked for calling some days good
and others bad, II. 136. Works and
Days (309), II. 390; (311), I. 408;
(366}, XI. 240 ; (370) quoted and
ascribed to Pittheus on authority of
Aristotle, I. 6 ; calls Minos " most
royal," 30

Hestia, goddess, forbids Tarchetlus
murdering his daughter, I. 94

Hestiaea, II. 22

Hestiaeans, expelled from their
country by Pericles, III. 66

Hesuchia, priestess of Athena at
Clazomenae, III. 254

Hexapyla, of Syracuse, cut through
by Marcellus, V. 482

Hicctas, of Leontini, chosen general
by Syracusans, secretly negotiates
with Carthaginians, VI. 264; 276;
defeats Dionysius, shuts him up in
acropolis, orders Carthaginians to
prevent Timoleon from landing,
280; 284; defeated by Timoleon,
288 ; continues siege of acropolis of
Syracuse, tries to have Timoleon
assassinated, 298; summons to his
aid Mago, 302, 304; his forces in



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Syracuse defeated and driven out
by Timoleon, 312 ; compelled to
forsake cause of Carthage, demolish
his citadels and live as private
person at Leontini, 318 ; invades
territory of Syracuse, defeated and
executed, 334 f. ; had murdered
Andromachd and Arete, 122, 340

Hidrieus, Carian, gets letter from
Agesilaiis, V. 36

Hiempsal, king of ISTumidia, IX. 574,
576 ; given larbas' kingdom by
Pompey, V. 142

Hierapolis, in. 366; formerly called
Bambyce, given Monaeses by
Antony, IX. 220

Hiero (1), tyrant of Sicily, refused
Themistocles Ms daughter's hand,

II. 66

Hiero (2), intimate friend of Nicias,

III. 224

Hiero (3), king of Syracuse, receives
gifts from Romans, v. 456 ; had per-
suaded Archimedes to make prac-
tical application of his geometry,
470

Hieronymus (1), historian, sent by
Antigonus to make treaty with
Eumenes, VIII. 114; left as governor
of Boeotians by Demetrius, IX. 96 ;
cited, 400, 414

Hieronymus (2), Rhodian philosopher,
cited, II. 296 ; V. 36

Hieronymus (3), tyrant of Syracuse,
dies, V. 466

Hieronymus (4), of Carrhae, urges P.
Crassus to escape to Ichnae, III.
394

Hill-men, at Athens, favoured
democracy, I. 434; led by Peisis-
tratus, 486

Himera, river in Sicily where Gelon
defeated Carthaginians, VI. 318

Himera, Sicilian city, pardoned by
Pompey, V. 140

Himeraeus, brother of Demetrius the
Phalerean, executed by Antipater,
vii. 70

Hippada Telountes, Athenians able
to keep horse or getting 300
measures yearly, Solon's 2nd class,
I. 450

Hipparchus (1) of Cholargus, kinsman
of Peisistratus, lirst man ostracised,
III. 250



Hipparchus (2), father of Asclepiade?,

vni. 194
Hipparchus (3), son of Theophilus,

first freedman to desert Antony for

Octavius, K. 292; 304
Hipparchus (4) Spartan, father of

Aristocrates the writer, I. 216, 302
Hipparete', daughter of Hipponicus,

wife of Alcibiades, applied for

divorce, IV. 20
Hipparinus (1), father of Aristomache,

once colleague of Dionysius the

Elder, VI. 6
Hipparinus (2), Dion's son, called

Aretaeus according to Timaeus, VI.

68
Hippias (1), sophist of Elis, published

list of victors at Olympic games, I.

308; cited, 276
Hippias (2), one of 3 young men

fleeing with infant Pyrrhus, IX.

348
Hippias (3), mime with Antony, IX.

158
Hippikon, distance of 4 furlongs, I.

408
Hippitas, lame friend of Cleomenes In

Egypt, X. 134, 136
Hippo, tyrant of Messana, VI. 80 ;

shelters Mamercus, caught and

executed, 342
Hippobotae, wealthy class of Chal-

cidians, banished by Pericles, III. 66
Hippoclus, father of Pelopidas, V. 346
Hippocoon, father of Enarsphorus, I.

72

Hippocrates (1) mathematician, en-
gaged in trade, I. 408
Hippocrates (2), physician, consulted

by Persian king, his reply, n. 372
Hippocrates (3), father of PeidLstratus,

1.490
Hippocrates (4), general when 1000

Athenians lost at Delium, III. 226
Hippocrates (5), Spartan governor of

Chalcedon, defeated and slain by
Alcibiades, IV. 86

Hippocrates (6), commander of
Syracusans, seizes city and defies
Marcellus, V. 4C8; his camp at
Acrillae captured by Marcellus, V.
482

Hippodrome, at Rome, I. 102
Hippodromius, Boeotian month, same
as Athenian Hecatombaeon, II. 138

397



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Hippolyta, not Antiope', said by
Cleidemus to have been the name of
the Amazon whom Theseus married,
1.62

Hippolytus (1), or Demophoon, son of
Theseus and Antiope, I. 64

Hippolytus (2), Sicyonian, loved by
Apollo, I, 318

Hippomachus, trainer, his saying, VI.
2

Hippomedon, son of Agesilaiis, urges
father to support Agis, X. 14 ; saves
father, 36

Hlpponicus (1), friend of Solon, I.
444

Hipponicus (2), father of Callias the
Eich by wife who later married
Pericles, III. 70; gave Alcibiades
his daughter Hipparete to wife, IV.
18 f.

Hipponium, city of Lucania, later
called Vibo, VII 162

Hipposthenides, Theban, one of con-
spirators assisting Pelopidas, V.
356

Hirtius, consul elect with Pansa,
keeps Cicero at Borne to support
them, VI. 452, vil. 190 ; with Pansa
defeats Antony at Mutina but is
himself slain, 193, IX. 174

History of Borne, written by Oato the
Elder for his son, II. 362 ; planned
by Cicero, vil. 186

Histories of B,utilius, V. 212

" Hoc age," its meaning, I. 356, IV.
178

Homer, poems of, preserved among
posterity of Creophylus in Ionia,
first made really known by Lycur-
gus, I. 214; said by Timaeus to
have met the elder Lycur-gus,
204; "Od." S3. 631 inserted by
Peisistratus, 40 ; " II." n. 557 f .
inserted by Solon according to most
writers, 426; II. 424; III. 172; his
view as to man's responsibility for
his actions, IV. 196; used by
teachers, 16 ; always brings his
boldest and most valiant heroes
into battle well armed, V. 342 ; his
poetry characterized, VI. 346 ; Alex-
ander considered Iliad viaticum of
military art, had Aristotle's re-
cension called Iliad of the Casket,
VII; 242 ; 298 ; H. said to have been



born at los, aad to have died at
Smyrna, VIII. 4; IX. 420; 490;
studied by Philopoemen, X. 264;
XI. 246

Iliad, (I. 18Sf.) IV. 198, (238 f.)

IX. 106, (259) VI. 202, (491 f.) IX.
382, X. 128, (II. 204) IX. 320, (363)
V. 384, (547) I. 64, (557 f.) 426,
(607) XI. 106, (III. 144) I. 78, (172)

X. 68, (IV. 175) V. 40, (431) X. 68,
(V. 340) VII. 306, (VI. 161 f.) IV. 176,
(429 f.) VI. 176, (491) 176, (IX.
438 f.) X. 256, (XI. 544) V. 302,
(XII. 243) IX. 442, (XIV. 86 f.)
436, (XV. 189) 254, (XVI. 849) VI.
178, (XIX. 15 f.) X. 280, (XX. 467)
VII. 28, (XXI. 107) 3SO, (XXII. 207)

V. 188, (XXIII. 296 f .) 24, (XXIV. 162)
IX. 192, (525 f.) VI. 446, (630) 260.

Odyssey (I. 47) X. 196, (IV. 230)

III. 236, (246) IV. 172, (354 f.) VII.
298, (VIII. 75 f.) V.12, (IX. 299)

IV. 198, (339) IV. 196, (494) VIII.
180, (XI. 14 f.) IX. 490, (XII. 428)

VI. 3S, (XIV. 162) I. 474, (222 f .) II.
392, (XVIII. 158) IV. 196, (XIX. 179)
I. 32, IX. 106, (307)1. 474

Verse not now in poem?, IV. 196
Homoloichus, Chaeroneian, assists

Sulla, IV. 382, 390
Honoratus, Antouius, see " Antonius

Honoratus."
Honour and Virtue, temple to, by

Marcellus, V. 512
" Hoplias," former name of stream

Hoplites, IV. 316
Hoplitai, one of 4 original Attic

tribes, composed of warriors, I. 468
Hoplites, stream near Haliartus, or,

as some say, Coroueia, IV. 316
Horatius Codes, helped by Herminius

and Lartius, saves Borne by holding

bridge, I. 544
Horatius Flaccus, " Epist." I. 6. 45 f.,

cited, n. 598
Horatius, M., elected consul to

succeed Lucretius, I. 534; quarrels

with Publicola about consecration

of temple to Jupiter Capitoliuus,

538
Horcomosium, place at Athens,

adjoining Theseum, I. 64
Hordeonius Flaccus, see " Flaccus,

Hordeonius."
" Horns," place in Megara, II. 38



398



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Ilortensius, Q. Hortatus (1) orator,

brother of Valeria, IV. 436 ; legate

of Sulla in Greece, IV. 374, 384, 386 ;

appeared for Verres, VII. 98 ; sur-
passed Cicero at trial of Licinius

Murena, 170 ; admirer of Cato,

takes Cato's wife Marcia, Vlii . 2 92 f . ;

made her his heir, 362 ; II. 472
Hortensius, Q. Hortatus (2) delivered

up Macedonia to Brutus, vi. 180;

ordered to kill 0. Antonius, and

after Philippi slain on his tomb by

Antony, 186, IX. 184
Hostilius (1) Sabine, husband of

Hersilia, grandfather of Hostilius

who was king after Numa, fell in

battle between Romans and Sabines,

1. 130, 146
Hostilius (2), Tullus, king after Numa,

his character and death, I. 146,

382
Hostilius Mancinus, Aulus, consul,

repulsed by Perseus at Elimiae,

VI. 376
Hostius, L., first parricide at Rome,

I. 162
" House of Hermes," place in Pytho-

polis, I. 60
" House of Tiberius," place in Rome,

XI. 260
Houses, of Cato the Elder, did not

have plastered walls, n. 314
Hyaciuthia, festival celebrated at

Sparta, II. 244

Hyacinthus, loved by Apollo, I. 318
Hybla, in Sicily, attacked by Nicias,

III. 262
Hybreas, rebukes Antony in behalf of

Asia, IX. 188
Hyccara, barbarian fastness in Sicily,

overthrown by Nicias, in. 262
Hydaspes, river in India, VII. 394
Hydra, " cutting off its heads,"

proverbial expression, X. 244
Hydrus, II. 444

Hyllus, father of Cleodaeus, IX. 346
" Hymenaeus," nuptial cry of Greeks,
: -I. 132
Hypates, one of Theban tyrants, slain

by Pelopidas' band of conspirators,

V. 366 f.

Hyperbatas, Theban general, X. 80
Hyperbolus, of deme Perithoedae, last

man ostracised, II. 252, in. 248, IV.

28



Hyperboraeans, army of, captured
Rome, II. 146

Hypereides, denounced Demosthenes,
but admitted him to be man of
mark, VII. 30, 32 ; father of Glaucip-
pus, VIII. 152; 160; his surrender
demanded by Alexander, 182 ; 196 ;
leaves Athens in advance of Anti-
pater, 202 ; his surrender demanded
by Antipatcr, 204; executed by
Antipater at Cleonae, 210, VII. 70 ;
quoted, VIII. 168

Hypsaeus, Publins Plautius, with
Scipio and Milo, candidate for con-
sulship, VIII. 350; when on trial,
appeals to Pompey in vain, V. 262

Hypsechidas, one of 5 Spartan arbiters
in dispute between Athens and
Megara, I. 428

Hypsicrnleia, concubine of Mithri-
dates, V. 200

" Hypsicrates," pet name of Hyp^i-
crateia, V. 200

Hypsion, Plataean hero, II. 246

Hyrcania, invaded by Alexander,
VII. 352 ; left by him in haste, V.
206 ; III. 376 ; 434

Hyrcanian sea, reached by Alexander,
VII. 352; II. 590; V. 208; 214

Hyrodes (also called Arsaces, q. v.),
driven from Parthia, restored, by
Surena, in. 378 ; having divided his
forces, he himself attacks Armenia
to punish Artavasdes, and sends
Surena to attack Crassus, 376;
informed of Crassus' death, 416 ;
becomes reconciled to Artavasdes,
the Armenian king, acquainted with
Greek language and literature, 420 ;
his general Pharnapates defeated
by Ventidius, IX. 210 ; his son
Pacorus defeated and slain by
Ventidius, 212, III. 422 ; strangled
by his son Phraates, 422, IX. 218

Hysiae, at foot of Mt. Cithaeron, near
it temple of Eleusinian Demeter
and Cora, II. 248



laccheium, the so-called, II. 296
lacchus, escorted from Athens tc

Eleufis on 2Uth of Boedromion, II.

140, IV. 98, VIII. 206
Jalysus, story of, painted by Pro-

togenes the Caunian ; what Apelles

399



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



said of it; destroyed in fire at
Koine, IX. 50 f .

lalysus, native city of Timocreon, II.
58

lampsas, see " Hiempsal."

lapygia, VI. 52, 76

lapygian promontory, on coast of
Italy, IX. 390

larbas, king, confederate of Domitius,
captured and his kingdom given to
Hiempsal, V. 144

Iberia, visited by Lycurgus according
to Aristocrates, I. 216

Iberia, triumphed over by Pompey,
V. 230.

Iberians (1), of Spain, used by Cartha-
ginians in their battles, VI. 330;
mixed with Ligurians, 368; mourn
death of Aemilius Paulus, 456 ;
their sons educated at Osca by
Sertorius, 36 ; 56 ; some killed by
Sertorius, others sold into slavery,
68; after murder of Sertorius
submit to Pompey, 72

Iberians (2), neighbours of Albanians,

II. 554 ; some as lancers in Tigranes'
army, 574; one of 2 greatest
peoples about Caucasus Mts. ; extent
of territory, V. 204; short account
of; defeated by Pompey, 206 ; 212 ;
conquered by Canidius, Antony's
general, IX. 214

Iberian mountains, source of Cyrnus

river, V. 206
Ibycus, calls Spartan maids " phaino-

merides," I. 390
Icelus, freedman, announces Nero's

death to Galba, given name

Marcianus, XI. 218 f. ; helped Otho,

250
Ichnae, city not far from Carrhae,

espoused Roman cause, III. 394
Ichneumon, found in Asia, vn. 346
Ictinus, with Oallicrates, architect of

Parthenon, III. 40
Ida, mountain, VIII. 192
Idaeus, secretary of Agesilaus, V. 34
Idas, with Lynceus, carried off Helen

according to some, I. 70
Idomeneus, cited : n. 214, 222, 242,

III. 30, 102, Vli. 38, 56, vm.
152

*I?paf, title of tyrant?, II. 228
letae, place in Sicily, \1, 334
Ignatius, with 300 horsemen reaches

40O



Carrhae with news of battle, then
rides on to Zeugma, in. 402

Ilia (or Rhea, or Silvia) Numitor's
(laughter, made Vestal virgin, de-
livered of twins, imprisoned by
Amulius, I. 96 ; said Mars father of
her babes, but Amulius was real
father, 98

Ilia, first wife of Sulla, to whom she
bore a daughter, IV. 344

Iliad, see " Homer."

llicium, from i'AeoK, place where
Numa met Jupiter, I. 360

Ilium, taken in Thargelion according
to Ephorus, Callisthenes, Damastes,
and Phylarchus, II. 138; thrice
taken, vm. 2 f . ; Alexander sacri-
fices to Athena there, VII. 262 ; II.
502; 506

Illyrians, conquered by Parmenio at
time of Alexander's birth, vii. 230;
ravage Macedonia, X. 112; Glaucias
their king, IX. 350 ; fight against
Cleomenes at Sellasia, X. 114 ; 268 ;
VI. 376

Illyricum, decreed to Caesar for 5
years, V. 240

Impeachment, of Servilius the augur
by Lucullus, II. 470

Inauguration, of Roman kings, I.
326 f . ; of Persian kings, XI. 130

India, visited by Lycurgus according
to Aristocrates, I. 216; invaded by
Alexander, VI. 384, VII. 384 ; V. 298;
VI. 254

Indian, In retinue of Augustus,
burned himself to death as Calanus
did, vn. 418

Indian Ocean, III. 428

Indian war, of Alexander, VII. 384 f.

" Indian's Tomb," at Athens in
Plutarch's time, VII. 418

Indian?, Macedonian troops refuse to
follow Alexander against them, vn.
258

Inferno of Homer, I. 40

Ino, II. 104

Inscriptions: 11.16,24,210; to mark
battlefield of Plataea, 272 ; 276 ; in
honour of Cato the Elder, 356 ; 424 ;
by Nicias on stone at Delos, III. 218;
IV. 234; V.I 84; VI. 394; on pedestal
of Demosthenes' statue, VII. 76;
268; on tomb of Cyrus, 416: on
tomb of Timon the misanthrope,



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



IX. 298 ; 432 ;x. 358; 368; in honour

of Aratus, XI. 32 ; on Otho's tomb,

318
Insteius, M., with M. Octavius, led

centre for Antony at Actium, IX.

284
Insubrians, their race and home ; call

Gaesatae to their aid and wage war

on Rome, V. 440; routed by

Flaminius, 442 ; stirred up by

Gaesatae, again make war on

Rome, 446 ; submit to Rome, 452
Insurrection, Servile, III. 334 f.

See also " Spartacus."
" Inter duos pontes," what it was and

how formed, I. 520
Interest, rate of in Asia, regulated by

Lucullus, II. 532
Interregnum, description of the one

after death of Romulus, I. 312
Investments, Cato the Elder's, n. 366
lolas, son of Antipater and his chief

cupbearer; feared by Alexander,

vii. 428 ; believed to have poisoned

Alexander, 434
lolaiis, said to have been beloved by

Hercules, V. 384
lolcus, villages about it furnished

settlers for new city Demetrias, IX.

134
Ion (1), of Chios, poet, when youth,

came from Chios to Athens, n. 430.
Cited : (Bergk II. 254) I. 40; II.

418; 430: 456; III. 14; 82; vii. 6
Ion (2), delivers Perseus' children to

Romans, VI. 424
" Ionia," name used for Athenian

territory on pillar set up by Theseus

on the Isthmus, I. 56
Ionia, HI. 82; u. 438; almost all stirred

to revolt by Alcibiades, iv. 66 ; vii.

60
Ionian civilizatioD, extravagant and

luxurious, I. 214
Ionian, Salamis so called in certain

oracles, I. 428

Ionian sea, VI. 443, VII. 532, IX. 390
lonians, implored by Themistocles to

help Greeks against Xerxes, II, 26 ;

448; III. 56
Iop6, daughter of Iphicles, married by

Theseus, I. 66
lophon, son of Peisistratus and

Timonassa, II. 376
los, where Homer was born, vin. 4



loxids, colony of in Caria, founded by

loxus and Ornytus, burns neither

asparagus-thorn nor rush ou

account of vow made by Perigune,

1.18
loxus, son of Melanippus, grandson of

Theseus and Perigune, with

Oruytus led colony into Caria, I. IS
Iphicles, father of lope, I. 66
Iphicrates, Athenian, best type of

mercenary soldier, xi. 206; cuts

Spartan division to pieces, V. 60 ;

conducts unsuccessful war for

Artaxerxes against Egypt because

of quarrelling with Pharnabazus,

XI. 184; cited, V. 342
Iphitus, with Lycurgus established

Olympian truce, I, 204, 278 ; slain

by Hercules, 14

Iphtha, father of Ascalts, VIII. 22
Ipsus, battle of, in which Antigonu?

was defeated and slain by the allied

kings, IX. 80, 354
Iras, waiting woman of Cleopatra,

IX. 274, 326
Isaeus, Demosthenes' guide in public

speaking, VII. 12
Isauricus, P. Servilius, candidate for

pontifex maximus, defeated by

Caesar, VII. 456; consul with

Caesar, 532
Isias, Corinthian, lands part of

Timoleon's troops, VI. 312
Isidas, son of Phoebidas, brave in

defence of Sparta, V. 96
Isidorus (Isodorus) naval commander

of Mithridates, slain near Lemnos

by Lucullus, II. 506
Isis, temple of, near Cleopatra's tomb

and monument, IX. 306
"Isis, New," title given Cleopatra,

26'J
Islands, Atlantic, called Islands of the

Blest; their character, VIII. 20
Ismenias (1), Thebau, taught the

flute, III. 4, IX. 4
Ismenias (2), with Androcleides led

Theban democratic party to which

Pelopidas belonged, hated by

Spartans, V. 350 ; carried to Sparta
and executed, 352
Ismenias (3), accompanied Pelopidas

on embassy to Persian king, XI.

178; on embassy to Thessaly, V.
406; rescued by Epaminonda=, 414

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Ismenus, sanctuary of, had oracle, IV.

316
Isocrates, charged fee of 10 minas, too

much for Demosthenes to pay, VII.

12; Orat. 12, " De bigis," written

for son of Alcibiades, IV. 26 ;

criticized by Cato the Elder, II.

372
Isodice', daughter of Euryptolemus,

granddaughter of Megacles, wife of

Cimon, II. 416, 452
Isodorus, see " Isidorus."
Isomantus, stream formerly called

Hoplites, IV. 316
Issorium, stronghold in Sparta where

temple of Artemis stood, seized by

200 mutineers, recovered through a

ruse by Agesilalis, V. 88
Issus, battle of, Alexander defeats

Dareius, VII. 290, 322
Ister, "Attic History," Bk 13, cited,

I. 78, VII. 356
Isthmian games, instituted in honour

of Poseidon by Theseus, I. 56 ;

victor to receive 100 drachmas

according to Solon's regulation,

466; victor's wreath at first of

parsley, afterwards of pine, VI.

322 f. ; freedom of Greece pro-

clnimed at games by Flamininus,

X. 350; V. 56
Isthmus of Corinth, unites Greek

continent, XI. 36 ; wall proposed

there to block Persians, II. 26; 48;

Greeks assembled there vote to

join Alexander against Persians,

Vii. 258 ; ix. 58 ; temple of Poseidon

there, V. 174; Caesar proposed to

dig through it ; had put Anienus in

charge, VII. 578
Isthmus between Libya and Asia, 300

furlongs in width, IX. 296
Isthmus at Rhegium, blocked by wall

and ditch 300 furlongs long by

Crastuy, III. 344
Italia, Themistocles' daughter,

married Pantholdes the Chian, u.

88
Italian allies, expelled from Rome, X.

222 ; strive for Roman citizenship,

viu. 238
Italus, father of Roma by Leucaria, I.

92
Italy, separated from Cisalpine Gaul

by Rubicon, VII. 490 ; distracted by

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pestilence, I. 350 ; first invasion of,
by Gauls, II. 126 f.; invaded by
Pyrrhus, IX. 390 f.; returned to by
Pyrrhus from Sicily, 424 ; subdued
by Romans soon after Beneventum,
428 ; invaded by Hannibal, in. 122,
V. 456 ; overrun by Hannibal, 168,
II. 304; invaded by Cimbri and
Teutones, ix. 488; mastered by
Caesar in 60 days, V. 280 ^entrusted
to Antony, IX. 152

Ithagenes, father of Melissus the
philosopher, in. 74

Ithomatas, place walled in and
garrisoned like the Acrocorinthus,
XI. 114

Ithome, stronghold of Messenians and
Helots in revolt against Sparta, II.
456; peopled with Messenians by
Thebans, V. 398

Itonis (Itonia) see " Athena Itonis."

lulis, small part of Ceos, bred good
actors and poets, VII. 2

Lxion, embraced cloud instead of
Hera and begat Centaurs, X. 2



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