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city, V. 138

Stilbides, freed Xicias from many ol
his superstitious, m. 290

Stilpon, philosopher of Megara,
brusque with Demetrius, IX. 22

Steiris, Thrasybulus of, IV. 76

Stiris, in Phocis, U. 406 f .

Stoics, followed by Antiochus of Asca-
lon, vn. 90

Stolo, Licinius, leads demand that one
consul be plebeian, n. 194; made
master of horse to dictator, his law
passed, fined himself for having too
much land, 190

Stone, herald's, at Athens, I. 472;
certain one when rubbed gave off
colour and odour of satfron, n. 24 :
one of vast size fell at Aegospotami,
IV. 262

Storax-shrub, Cretan, IV. 312

Strabo, philosopher, his " Historical
Commentaries" cited, n. 564; vn.
588; cited, IV. 408

Strabo, Pompeius, see " Pompeius
Sextus Strabo, Gnaeus."

Strato, present at death of Brutus,
fights at Actium for Octavius, n.
244

Stratocles, Invented extravagant
honours for Antigonus and Deme-
trius, account of him, IX. 26 f . ;
56 f . ; proposes temporarily chang-
ing names of months to permit
initiating Demetrius into mysteries,
GOf.

Stratonice (1), daughter of Corrhagus,
wife of Antigonus, mother of Deme-
trius and Philip, IX. 6

Stratonice (2), daughter of Demetrius
and Phila, wife of Seleucus, IX. 76 ;
when already mother of boy by
Seleucus, became wife of Antiochus,
son of Seleucus, 92; 128 f.; sister
of Antigonus, 134



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Stratonice, concubine of Mithridates,
V. 210

Stratonicus, his jest about Sparta, I.
298

Stroebus, told Aristotle about Calli-
sthenes' experience with Alexander,
VH. 380

Strymon, river in Thrace with city
Ei'on on its banks, II. 422 f .

Stymphaea, in Macedonia, given Pyr-
rhus by Alexander, IX. 360

Sucro, Spanish river, where Pompey
and Sertorius fight drawn battle, V.
158, viii. 50

Suetonius Paulinus, see " Paulinus,
Suetonius."

Suevi, V. 246 ; vn. 498

Sugambri, shelter remnants of Usi-
pites and Tencteri, vn. 496

" Suillius," Koman surname, I. 532

" Sulla," a cognomen or epithet, IX.
464

Sulla, L. Cornelius, his family, early
life, personal appearance, IV. 324 f . ;
when quaestor under Marius gets
Jugurtha from Bocchus, 328 f.;
wins other successes under Marius
and arouses his envy, 330 f . ; ran
for city praetorship, defeated, 332 ;
elected praetor, after praetorship
drove out Gordius and restored
Ariobarzanes as king of Cappadocia,
334 ; quarrels with" Marius again,
336 ; did good service in Social war,
338; consul with Q. Pompeius,
married Caecilia, daughter of Metel-
lus, the Pontifex Maximus, 342 ;
contends with Marius to be ap-
pointed to the Mithridatic war, 344 ;
pursued to house of Marius, forced
to rescind decree for suspension of
public business, escapes to the army,
begins march against Home, 350;
bursts into Rome, summons senate,
and has sentence of death passed
on Marius, Sulpicius, and a few
others, 354 ; sets out against Mithri-
dates, 358; besieges and captures
Athens, 360 f., 344; captures the
Peiraeus, 372 ; transfers his army
from Athens to Boeotia, is joined
by Hortensius, 374; defeats Arche-
lalis at Chaeroneia, 382 f . ; defeats
him at Orchomenus, 392 f . ; meets
Archelaiis near Delium and arranges

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terms of peace \\ith Mithridates,
396 ; receives ambassadors from
Mithridates, who objects to some
of the terms, 400; meets Mithri-
dates at Dardanus, makes him
accept the term?, reconciles him
with Ariobarzanes and Nicomedes,
wins over Fimbria's soldiers, 404;
lays fine of 20,000 talents upon
Asia, at Athens seizes the library
of Apellicon, 406; takes the hot
waters at Aedepsus, prepares to
cross to Brundisium, 408

Lands at Tarentum, 410; defeats
Xorbanus, 412 ; wins the troops of
Scipio the consul from him, 414;
defeats Marius, 416 ; defeats Tele-
sinus the Samnite, 418; had 6000
people of Antemnae massacred in
the circus, 422 ; busies himself with
slaughter, 424 f.; executed 12,000
at Praeneste, 428; proclaims him-
self dictator, bestows gifts on low
favourites, 430; celebrates costly
triumph and recounts his achieve-
ments to the people, 432 ; conse-
crates tenth of all his substance to
Hercules and feasts people sump-
tuously, loses his wife Metella, 436 ;
marries Valeria, 438; eaten of
worms, dies, 440 f . ; is honourably
buried, 442

See also I. 540; n. 470; 474;
480; 482; 484; 528; 610; m. 316;
326; 330; V. 126; 130 f.; 144 f.:
VH. 86 f.; 106 f.; 114; 122; 442;
446; 478; vm. 4; 10; 14; 18;
242; IX. 138; 484; 552; 558 f.;
578; 590 f.; 598; X. 384

Quoted: m. 328; IV. 368; 394;
398; 400; 402; 420; 434; 450;
V. 150

His "Memoirs" dedicated to
Lucullus, n. 484; cited: 544; IV.
340; 368; 370; 380; 400; 412;
440; IX. 530; 534

Sulla, Sextius, see " Sextius Sulla."

Sulpicius, 0., praetor, found huge
store of weapons in house of Cethe-
gus vu. 126

Sulpicius, Q., deposedfrom priesthood
v. 446

Sulpicius Galba, 0., see " Qalba, C.
Sulpicius."

Sulpicius Galba, P., invaded Mace-



Q



47.



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE ' LIVES'



donia late in season and wasted
time, X. 326

Sulpicius Galba, Servius, see " Galba,
Ser. Sulpicius."

Sulpicius Longus, Q., military tribune,
met Brennus and agreed that
Romans pay 1000 Ibs. gold to get
rid of Gauls, n. 164

Sulpicius Rufus, P., allied with Marius,
deposed Pompeius and transferred
Mithridatic expedition from Sulla
to Marius, IV. 348 f., IX. 554, 558 ;
slain, IV. 356

Sulpicius Rufus, Servius, interrex,
declares Pompey sole consul, V. 258 ;
rival with Cato the Younger for
consulship, vm. 354

" Sun," surname of Alexander, son of
Antony and Cleopatra, IX. 218

Sun, its course according to the
mathematicians, vm. 148

Sun-dial, set up in Syracuse by Diony-
sius the Younger, VI. 62

Sunium, given up to Athenians by
Diogenes, XI. 78

Superstitions : X. 140 ; XI. 74

Supplication, method of, n. 66, IV.
172, ix. 350

" Sura," Latin word for leg, surname
of Cornelius Lentulus, how he got
it, VII. 122

Sura, Bruttius, see " Bruttius Sura."

Sura, P. Cor. Lentulus, see " Lentulus
Sura, P. Cor."

Surena, early career, sent against
Romans, m. 376f. ; deceives Ro-
mans, 384 f . ; personal appearance,
386 ; defeats Crassus at Carrhae,
388 f . ; gets Orassus into his power
by treachery, 404 ; sends head and
hand of Crassus to Hyrodes in
Armenia, 416 ; put to death by
Hyrodes, 422 ; quoted, 410 ; 414

Surgery : v. 74; IX. 476

Surnames, among Greeks and Ro-
mans, whence derived,!. 532, IV. 142

Susa, V. 38; 416; vn. 34; entered
by Alexander, 332 ; 418; XI. 140

2u<r<riTi<x, instituted by Lycurgus, I.
232 ; details concerning, 236

Sutrium, besieged by Tuscans, II. 176 ;
lost and recovered in one day, 182 f .

Sybari?, in Italy, its site colonized by
Athenians and named Thurii, m.
34; 418; V. 340

474



Sybaris, ' daughter of Themistocles,
married Nicomedes the Athenian,
n. 88

Sycophants, etymology of word, I.
470 ; set upon Rhoesaces, n. 436 ;
their influence upon Nicias, HI. 222

Symbolum, city, VI. 208

Synalus, Carthaginian, welcomes Dion
at Minoa, VI. 54

Syracusans, wronged allies of Athens,
IV. 44 ; HT. 210 ; defeated by Nicias,
264; burn Athenian camp at
Catana, 266 ; 270; despair of their
city, 274; 282; defeat Athenians
in great sea fight, 292 f.; sent
Q-ylippus away on account of his
greed, VI. 460, m. 304 f . ; maltreat
first wife of Dionysius the Elder,
VI. 6; from country join Dion, 58;
make Dion and Megacles generals
with absolute power, 60 f . ; with
Dion's help repel attack by Diony-
sius the Younger from the acropolis,
64 f . ; reward Dion's mercenaries,
68; defeat and slay Philistus, 76;
80 ; elect Heracleides and 24 others
generals, 82 ; attack Dion but are
easily routed, 84; 86; summon
Dion, who saves them, 88 f . ; dis-
charge fleet, 106 ; put themselves
under protection of Hicetas of Leon-
tini, 264 ; put wives, daughters, and
friends of Hicetas to death, 340;
put Mamercus to death, 342; re-
ward Timoleon, 346, 350; besieged
by Marcellus, V. 474 f . ; taken with
great booty, 484 f . ; accuse Mar-
cellus before senate at Rome, be-
come reconciled to him, 496 f .

Syracuse, IV. 62 ; siege of, m. 268 f. ;
290; II. 212; seized by Callippus,
m. 260; VI. 120; its state before
expedition of Timoleon, 262; its
acropolis surrendered to Timoleon,
290,298; f reed by Timoleon, 310 f.;
its citadel destroyed by Timoleon,
given new colonists by him, 312 f . ;
its territory invaded by Hicetas,
336 ; base for Agathocles in attack-
ing Carthage, ix. 388; 416; in
confusion after death of tyrant
Hieronymus, V. 466 ; besieged and
captured by Marcellus, 468 f.

Syria, vi. 370; taken from Tigranes
by Lucullus, V. 202; 214; declared



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Roman province by Pompey, 216 ;
triumphed over by Pompey, 230;
278; the province of, voted to
Gabinius with support of Clodius,
VH. 156; governed by Dolabella,
190; allotted to Crassus, m. 360;
366 ; threatened by Parthians, IX.
196; 214

Syrians, those who lost Sinope de-
scended from Syrus, son of Apollo,
and Sinop6, daughter of Asopis, II.
544

Syrmus, Mng of Triballi, defeated by
Alexander, vn. 252

Syrtis, Great, vi. 54

Syrus, son of Apollo and Sinope 1 , n.
544



Tachos, Egyptian, gets services of

AgesilaUs, V. 100 f. ; sails against

Egyptians, 104; deserted by Agesi-

laiis for Nectanabis, flees, 106
Tacita, Muse especially honoured by

Numa, I. 332
"Tactics," of Evangelus, studied by

Philopoemen, X. 264
Taenarum, V. 174; vm. 210; IX. 290
Taenarus, X. 98

Tagonius, river in Spain, vm. 42
Talasius, or Talasio, explanation of

use of word in marriage ceremony,

1. 130 f., V. 124

Talaura, reached by Lucullus, n. 526
Tamynae, in Eretria, vm. 170
Tanagra, battle between Athenians

and Spartans, n. 458, m. 28;

Thebans defeat Spartans, V. 376
Tanusius, cited, vn. 496
Taphosiris, where Antony and Cleo-
patra played, IX. 338
Tarantines, in army of Achaeans, X.

280. See " Tareiitines."
Tarchetius, story of how Romulus and

Remus were born of his daughter's

maid, I. 94
Tarcondemus, king of Upper Cilicia,

fights under Antony, IX. 276
Tarentines, invite Pyrrhus to come to

their help against Romans, tx. 384 ;

invite him back from Sicily, 422 ;

many of them slain and 30,000 sold

into slavery, m. 184
Tarentum, IX, 382; 392; garrisoned

by Pyrrhus before he left for Sicily,



418 ; entered by Pyrrhus once more
with 20,01)0 foot and 3000 horse,
426; V. 506; lost by treachery,
recovered by Fabius Maximus, m.
178 f., 200; governed by T. Flami-
ninus, X. 324; n. 342; X. 214; IV.
410; where Octavius and Antony
make peaceful agreement, IX. 210 ;
station of Octavius' fleet, 278

Tarpeia (1), one of first Vestals ap-
pointed by Numa, I. 340

Tarpeia (2), daughter of Tarpeius,
betrayed citadel to Sabines, crushed
by shields piled upon her, I. 140;
wrongly called daughter of Tatius,
142 ; buried on Capitol, 144

" Tarpeian Hill," name of Capitol in
Numa's time, I. 328. See also
"Tarpeius."

Tarpeian Rock, cliff on Capitol from
which malefactors were hurled, I.
144; IV. 324; IX. 590

Tarpeius, captain of guard on Capitol,
had daughter Tarpeia, I. 140 ; con-
victed of treason by Romulus, 142

" Tarpeius," former name of Capitol,
named from Tarpeia, I. 144

Tarquin, son of Demaratus, first to
ride in chariot in his triumphal
procession, I. 138; vowed temple
of Jupiter Capitolinus, I. 144, 536

Tarquin, the Proud, son or grandson
of Tarquin who vowed to build
temple of Jupiter Capitolinus, i.
536; acted as tyrant, 502, 530;
built temple of Jupiter Capitolinus,
had Tuscan craftsmen place chariot
of terra-cotta on roof, 534 f., 540;
driven out by Brutus, 504; sent
envoys with letters to Rome to
make overtures, 506 ; property of
his family confiscated and a field
dedicated to Mars, 518 f. ; helped
by Tuscans, attacks Rome and is
defeated, 522 : assisted by Lars
Porsena of Clusium, attacks Rome
but withdraws without capturing
it, 542 ; helped by Latins but
defeated, IV. 122, VI. 420

Tarquinia, Vestal, devoted a field and
honoured by permission to marry,
I. 520

Tarquinius Collatinus, elected as Bru-
tus' colleague, I. 504; advocated
giving banished Tarquins their

475



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE ' LIVES'



moneys and effects, denounced by
Brutus, 506 ; uncle of the Aquillii
and Vitellii, 508; 516; withdraws
from city, 518

Tarquins, opposed by Junius Brutus,
VI. 126

Tarracina, see " Terracina."

Tarrutius, made second Larentia his
wife, I. 102

Tarsus, under Seleucus, IX. 118 ; Anti-
pater of, X. 162

Tarutius, philosopher and mathema-
tician, companion of Varro, calcu-
lated exact time of Romulus' birth,
I. 120

Tatia, daughter of Tatius, wife of
Numa, preferred quiet life, died 13
years after marriage, I. 316 ; mother
of Pompilia, 376

Tatienses, one of 3 divisions of Roman
people, named from Tatius, I. 152

Tatius, made general of Sabines, I.
140 ; accepts Romulus' challenge to
battle, 144; to be joint king and
general with Romulus, 150; at
first sat apart with his 100 coun-
cillors, dwelt near site of temple of
Moneta, 152 ; gave his daughter
Tatia in marriage to Numa, 316;
his death, 162, 166

Taureas, struck by Alcibiades, IV. 42

Taurion, officer and friend of Philip,
poisons Aratus, XI. 118 f.

Tauromenium, in Sicily, ruled by
Andromachus, welcomes Timoleon's
expedition, VI. 284

Taurus, chief general of Minos, victor
in first funeral games in honour oi
Androgeos, treated Athenian youth
cruelly, I. 30 ; worsted by Theseus,
36

Taurus, Statilius, commanded Octa-
vius' land forces at Actiurn, IX. 284

Taurus, mountain range, n. 548 ; 552 ;
battle of , 556 ; 572; 578; citadels
of pirates near, V. 184; VI. 370

Taxes, those levied by Aristidep, n.
286 ; orphans taxed by Camillus,
96 ; those on wealth increased by
Cato the Elder, 354 ; no special ones
at Rome until consulship of Hirtius
and Pansa, VI. 452 ; inhabitants of
Asia have one-third remitted by
Caesar, vn. 554 ; amount levied for
war with Antony, IX. 268

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Tax-gatherers, greatly afflict Asia,

checked by Lucullus, II. 492 ; 532
Taxiles (1), ruled realm in India larger

than Egypt, wins friendship of

Alexander, vn. 390 ; 408
Taxiles (2), general of Mithridates,

comes from Thrace and Macedonia,

summons Archelalis to join him, IV.

372; 388; n. 554; quoted, 558
Tavgetus, shaken by earthquake, II.

452 ; V. 416 ; X. 18
Technon, servant of Aratus, XI. 10;

16; 42
Tcctosages, Copillus their chieftain,

IV. 330

Tegea, I. 72; IV. 318; V. 94; X. 28;
36 ; 56 ; taken by Antigonus, 100

Tegeans, dispute with Athenians about
position in line at Plataea, n. 248 ;
272

Tegyra, where Thebans defeat Spar-
tans in pitched battle for first time,

V. 76, 376, 382, 386

Teireos, eunuch, tells Dareios of death

of his wife, vn. 310
Telamon, son of Endels the daughter

of Sciron and Chariclo, I. 20
Telamon, in Tyrrhenia, landing-place

of Marius, IX. 578
Telecleides (1), Comic poet, cited

(Kock, I. p. 219) m. 220; (p. 220)

8, 50
Telecleides (2), urges Timoleon to be

brave, VI. 276
Telemachus, sent by Timoleon to

receive surrender of acropolis of

Syracuse, VI. 290
Telephus, son of Hercules, father of

Roma, I. 92
Teles, mentioned in verse of Her-

mippus, D3. 96

Telesides, sent by Syracusans to im-
plore help of Dion, VI. 88
Telesinus, Samnite, nearly overthrew

Sulla at gates of Rome, IV. 418 ; 454
Telesippa, free-born woman with army

of Alexander, vn. 346
Telestus, his dithyrambic poems sent

to Alexander, vn. 242
Teleutias, half-brother of Agesilalis on

his mother's side, appointed ad

miral, seizes ships and dockyards

of Corinthians, V. 50
Tellus, quoted by Solon as happier

than Croesus, I. 480, 564



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Tellus, temple of, IV. 354 ; VI. 166

Telmessus, Aristander of, VII. 226

Tementid gate, of Syracuse, VI. GO

Tempe, vale of, occupied by army led
by Themistocles, n. 18; V. '306;
compared with valley of Apsus river,
X. 328

Tencteri, see " Tenteritae."

Tenedos, near it naval battle between
Lucullus and Neoptolemus, n. 480

Tenian trireme, deserts from Persians
to O-reeks, n. 38

Tensa, sacred chariot, IV. 180

Tenteritae (Tencteri), defeated by
Oaesar, VH. 496

Teratius, ordered by Tarchetius to
destroy twins born to handmaid,
leaves them at river-side, I. 94

Terentia, wife of Cicero, vn. 100, vm.
280; her character, takes message
of Vestal virgins to Cicero, VH. 130 ;
hates Clodius, is jealous of Clodia,
164; divorced by Cicero, 186

Terentius, soldier, said to have slain
Galba, XI. 266

Terentius, L., tentmate of Pompey,
bribed to kill him, V. 122

Terentius Culeo, see " Ouleo, Teren-
tius."

Terentius Varro, tee " Varro, Teren-
tius."

Teribazus, father of Arpates, XI. 202 ;
courtier of Artaxerxes, 136 ; advises
Artaxerxes to fight at once, 140;
gives him new mount at Cunaxa,
148; saves him from Cadusians,
184 f . ; angry at Artaxerxes, seeks
to embitter Dareius against him,
192 f.; slain, 198

" Termerian mischief," named from
Termerus, who killed opponents by
dashing his skull against theirs, I.
22

Termerus, slain by Herakles, I. 22

Terminus, Roman god, temple to him
by Numa, I. 362

Terpander, though foreigner honoured
at Sparta, X. 24; cited, I. 272

Terracina, VH. 578 ; IX. 562 ; 568

Tertia (1), daughter of Aemilius Paulus
and sister of younger Scipio, married
son of Cato the Elder, n. 364, VI.
378

Tertia (2), sister of Clodius, wife of
Marcius Rex, VII. 15-1



" Tesserarius," Latin for messenger,
XI. 258

Testudo, military, described, IX. 240,
250

Tethys, in Tuscany, oracle of; its
message to Tarchetius, I. 94

Tetrapolis, in Attica, relieved of Mara-
thouian bull by Theseus, I. 26

Teucer, informer against Alcibiade?,
IV. 54

Teutamus, commander of Silver-
shields, envious of Eumenes, who
works on his superstition, vm. 116 ;
with Antigenes plots against life of
Eumenes, 126, plots to surrender
Eumenes to Antigonus, 130

Teutones, invade Gaul and rout
Romans, Tin. 6; with Cimbri
invade Italy; details about them,

IX. 488; flow into Spain, 496;
separating from Cimbri, march
through Ligjiria against Marius,
502 ; defeated by Marius at Aquae
Sextiae, 510; their kings captured
by Sequani among Alps, 528

Tha'is, Athenian, mistress of Ptolemy,
proposes to Alexander burning
house of Xerxes, VH. 336

Thalaea, wife of Pinarius, first woman
to quarrel with her mother-in-law
Gegania in reign of Tarquin the
Proud, I. 394

Thalamae, had temple of Pasiphae,

X. 20

Thales (1), lyric poet of Crete, per-
suaded by Lycurgus to go to Sparta
on a mission, I. 212 ; though
foreigner honoured at Sparta, X. 24

Thales (2), engaged in trade, I. 408 ;
only wise man who carried his
speculations beyond realm of prac-
tical, 410; declined golden tripod,
412 ; proves desirability of bachelor-
dom to Solon, 416 ; adopted Cybis-
thus, his sister's son, 418 ; foresaw
where market-place of Miletus
would be and asked to be buried
there, 434

Thallus, son of Cineas, distinguishes
himself under Phocion, vm. 172

Taapsacus, vessels of every sort built
for Alexander there, VII. 414

Thapsus (1), near Syracuse, in. 266

Thapsus (2), battle of, VII. 566, VIII.
378

477



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Thargelia, her political influence, m.
68

Thargelion, month of, n. 138; IV. 98

Tharrhypas, father of Alcetas, intro-
duced Greek customs and letters in
Epeirus, IX. 346

Thasian marble, vni. 258

Thasian sea, VI. 208

Thasians, in revolt from Athens, con-
quered by Cimon, their lands and
gold mines given Athens, n. 446

Thasos, Stesimbrotus of, m. 46

Theagenes, brother of Timocleia, fell
at Chaeroneia, vn. 256

Theano, priestess, daughter of Menon,
refused to curse Alcibiades, IV. 60

Thearidas, citizen of Megalopolis, cap-
tured by Cleomenes, X. 104, 264 f .

Thearides, brother of Dionysius the
Elder, married Aret6, VI. 12

Theatre, Pompey's, opened by him,
V. 252; of Marcellus, dedicated by
his mother Octavia, 522 ; one built
by Cleomenes in territory of Megalo-
polis and contest instituted for
prize of 40 minas, X. 74

Thebans, not defeated by Theseus but
persuaded to a truce, I. 68 ; retained
in Amphictyonic Council through
Themistocles, n. 56 ; give informa-
tion to Mardonius, 260; did most
of fighting for medizing Greeks,
routed by Athenians at Plataea,
270; suspected by Spartans after
Mantineia, v. 350; pass decree per-
mitting Athenians to go through
Boeotia to expel tyrants at Athens,
354; slay Lysander and repulse
Spartans before Haliartus, IV. 362 ;
engaged in Boeotian war, 308 ; rout
Orchomenians at Coroneia, V. 46 ;
enslaved by Archias and Leontidas,
352 ; defeat Spartans for first time
in pitched battle under Epaminon-
das at Tegyra, 76 ; defeat Spartans
at Plataea, Thespiae, Tanagra, and
Tegyra, 374 f., 380; under Epami-
nondas defeat Spartans at Leuctra,
78 ; ravage Laconia, 84 f . ; defeat
Athenians at Oenchreae, 398 ; send
army to free Pelopidas from Alex-
ander of Pherae, 408 ; treat Orcho-
menians severely, 522 ; send Pelo-
pidas as ambassador to Persian king,
414; send Pelopidas to assist cities



of Thessaly against Alexander of
Pherae, 420 ; send expedition under
Malcitas and Diogeiton to avenge
death of Pelopidas and impose
severe terms upon Alexander, 430 ;
fight battle of Mantinea, 96 ; brought
into league against Philip, vn. 40 f . ;
attack Macedonian garrison, 54;
given ancient form of government
by Demetrius, IX. 114 ; in sympathy
with Macedonians through Brachyl-
las but won over by Flamininus,
X. 336 ; deprived of half their terri-
tory by Sulla, IV. 390

Thebl, daughter of Jason, wife of
Alexander of Pherae, visits Pelo-
pidas in prison and conceives great
hatred for her husband, V. 410;
420 ; has her husband slain, 430

Thebes, I. 68 ; V. 42 ; 350 ; 66 ; 354 ;
mother-city of Agesilaus' royal line,
330 ; taken and razed by Alexander,
H. 140, VH. 56, 252 ; IV. 390

Themis, seated beside Zeus, VH. 376

Themiscyra, near river Thermodon,
n. 510

Themistocles, son of Neocles, of ob-
scure family, n. 2 ; his character
while yet a boy, 4 ; his teachers, 6 ;
early interested in public life, always
opponent of Aristides, 8; even as
young man very ambitious, pro-
poses that revenue from silver mines
at Laurium be used for triremes,
10 ; made Athenians sailors instead
of soldiers, 12 ; very ambitious, 14 ;
made general when Persian invasion
threatened, 16; his preparatory
measures, 18 ; surrenders his com-
mand to Eurybiades to secure har-
mony, 20 ; writes on stones appeals
to lonians with Xerxes' forces, 24 ;
induces people to abandon Athens
and trust to their ships, 28 ; speaks
against Eurybiades' proposal to sail
to the Isthmus, 32 ; by a ruse forces
Greeks to remain at Salamis, 36 ;
sacrifices 3 royal prisoners, 38;
at the battle of Salamis, 40;
sounds Aristides, 44 ; by a ruse gets
Xerxes to return to Asia, 46 ; highly
honoured for his services, 48

Rebuilds and fortifies Athens,
keeps Spartans from preventing the
work, equips the Piraeus, 52 ; in-



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creases privilege? of commou people,
54; opposes Spartan proposal to
exclude from Amphictyonic Alliance
all cities which had not taken part
in fighting against the Mede, wins
hatred of allies by trying to exact
money from them, 56; assailed by
Timocreon, the lyric poet of Rhodes,
58 ; offends his fellow-citizens, 60 ;
ostracized, indicted for treason, 62 ;
crossed to Corcyra, then fled to
Epirus, 64; fled to Aegae, sent on
his way by Nicogenes, 70 ; inter-
views Persian king, 72 f.; wins
favour with him, 78; three cities
given him for bread, wine, and
meat, 80 ; escapes from treacherous
attacks on his life, 82 ; lived in
honour at Magnesia, 84 ; committed
suicide in his sixty-fifth year, left
3 sons, 86 ; had splendid tomb in
market-place of Magnesia, 88

Seetfson. 214 f.; 216 f.; 222 f.;
230; 234 f.; 280; 283; 292 f.;
324; 386 f.; 398; 416 f.; 426;
430; 436; 462; in. 18; 430; V.
392; VH. 152; X. 380.

Quoted: I. 14; n. 6; 10; 16;
32; 34; 44 f.; 50 f.; 56 f.; 60;
74 f.; 80; 216; 236; 322

Themistocles, of Athens, descendant
of famous Themistocles, Plutarch's
intimate friend, n. 90

Theocritus, seer, points out victim to
Pelopidas, V. 394

Theodectas, citizen of Phaselis, his
memory honoured by Alexander,
VH. 272

Theodoras (1), played part of herald
in profanation of Eleusiuian mys-
teries, IV. 48, 60

Theodoras (2), Athenian high priest,
IV. 96

Theodoras (3), of Tarentum, contem-
porary of Alexander, vn. 284

Theodoras (4), the Atheist, quoted,
VHI. 232

Theodoras (5), tutor of Antyllus,



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