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414

Trophonius, oracle of, n. 270; IV. 380

Trophy, of Romulus, I. 136 ; HI. 228

Troy, founded by Dardanus, II. 144;
taken on 24th of Thargelion, 138;
424; destroyed by Heracles on
account of wrong done him by
Laomedon, m. 210



Tubero, Stoic, called Lucullus Xerxes
in a toga, II. 598

Tubero, Q. Aelius, see " Aelius Tu-
bero."

Tubertus, Postumius, see " Postumius
Tubertus."

Tuder, Umbrian city, captured by
Crassus, in. 328 ; IX. 508

Tuditanus, cited, X. 362

Tullia, daughter of Cicero, dies at
home of Lentulus, her 2nd husband,
vn. 188

Tullius Cimber, took part in murder
of Cicero, VI. 162; given province
of Bithynia, 168

Tullus, friend of Cicero, vn. 154

Tullus, L. Volcatius, reproaches Pom-
pey, V. 274

Tullus Amfidius, see " Amfidius, Tul-
lus."

Tullus Attius, king of Volscians, waged
war on Romans, said to be ancestor
of Cicero, vn. 82. See also " Tullus
Amfidius."

Tullus Hostilius, see " Hostilius, Tul-
lus."

Turia, battle near it by Sertorius
against Pompey and Metellus, vm.
50

Turpilianus, Petronius, see " Petronius
Turpilianus."

Turpillius, guest-friend of Metellus,
executed on false charge of treach-
ery, IX. 478

Tuscans, passed from Thessaly into
Lydia, and thence into Italy, driven
from Latium by Romis, I. 92 ;
colonists from Sardis, 170; driven
by Gauls from country stretching
from Alps to both seas, n. 128, IY.
.488 ; defeated with great slaughter
by Romulus at Fidenae, I, 168;
defeated while assisting Tarquinius
Superbus in his attempt to regain
throne, 522 ; routed by Publicola,
546; cut to pieces 300 of Fabii,
n. 136; besiege Sutrium, 176; cap-
ture Satricum, expelled same day
by Camillus, 192

" Tuscan sea," name of southern sea,
n. 128; VI. 368. See also "Tyr-
rhenian sea."

Tuscan wise men, claimed there were
8 ages in all, IV. 346

Tuscany, I. 90 ; men from, prescribed



486



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



religious details regarding building

of Rome, 118 ; Veii bulwark of, n.

96 ; ancient Tuscany described,

128 ; HI. 62 ; ravaged by Hannibal,

122 ; its dearth of free inhabitants

and great number of barbarian

slaves, X. 162
Tusculum, people of, planning revolt,

cowed by Camillus, receive rights

of Roman citizenship, n. 192 ; Cato

the Elder's family from there, 302 ;

598; 610; V. 290, VH. 542 ; 184
Tutula, see " Philotis."
" Tyche," name of part of Syracuse,

V. 484
" Tycho," name given his spear by

Alexander of Pherae, V. 412
Tydeus, Athenian general, defeated by

Lysander at Aegospotami, IV. 106,

256
Tyndareus, father of Helen, entrusted

her to Theseus, I. 70
Tyndaridae, why called " Anakes," I.

78. See also " Dioscuri."
Tynnondas, tyrant of Euboea, I.

438
"Typhon, blasts of," Egyptian name

for Serbonian marshes, IX. 142 ; V.

392
Tyrannic, grammarian, arranged

books in Apellicon's library and

gave copies to Andronicus the

Rhodian, IV. 406 ; given by LucuUus

to Murena, who freed him, n. 530
Tyrants, some titles of, n 228
Tyre, besieged by Alexander for 7

months and finally taken, vn. 292 ;

demanded of Demetrius by Seleu-

cus, IX. 78

Tyrrhenia, see " Tuscany."
Tyrrhenians, dispossessed of best part

of Italy by Gauls, IX. 488. See also

Tuscans."
Tyrrhenian sea, cleared of pirates by

Pompey, V. 182. See also " Tuscan

sea."
Tyrtaeus, X. 52 ; cited, I. 224



Uliades, Samian, n. 284
Ulysses, same as Odysseus, V. 488
Umbria, m. 328
Umbricius, priest, XI. 258
Usipes, or Usipites, defeated by
Caesar, vn. 496



Utica, V. 140; 144; held by Cato, vn.
568 : its people give Cato splendid
burial, vm. 406



Vaccaei, have Pompey wintering
among them, vm. 58

" Vae victis," said by Brennus, n. 164

Vaga, large city in Africa in charge
of Turpillius, entered by Jugurtha,
IX. 478

Vagises, Parthian envoy, his words to
Crassus, m. 368

Valens, Pabius, see " Fabius Valens."

Valentia, where Pompey defeated
Herennius and Perpenna, V. 158

Valeria, sister of Publicola, beseeches
Volumnia, mother of Coriolanus to
appeal to him to save Rome, IV.
200

Valeria, daughter of Publicola, one of
10 maidens sent as hostages to Lars
Porsena, escapes, I. 550 f . ; said by
some to be represented by eques-
trian statue, 552

Valeria, sister of Hortensius the orator
and daughter of Messala, married
Sulla, iv. 436; gave birth to
daughter Postuma, 442

Valerii, trace descent from Publicola,
I. 566

Valerius, made Romans and Sabines
one people, ancestor of P. Valerius
Publicola, I. 502

Valerius, Q., executed by Pompey, V.
138

Valerius Antias, see " Antias, Vale-
rius."

Valerius Flaccus, see " Flaccus, Vale-
rius."

Valerius Leo, see " Leo, Valerius."

Valerius Maximus (1), M., brother of
Publicola, seized letters of Tarquin's
conspirators, I. 512; 538; made
consul with Tubertus, won 2 battles,
got triumphs and home on Palatine,
554; on vote of senate is to guar-
antee that wealthy creditors will
deal gently with debtors, IV. 126 ;
received title Maximus for recon-
ciling people with senate, V. 146

Valerius Maximus (2), cited, V. 520;
vi. 246

Valerius Potitus, see " Potitus, Vale-



rius.



487



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Valerius Publicola, see " Publicola, P.
Valerius."

Varguntius, legate of Crassus, slain
by Parthians, m. 404

Varinus, P., praetor, defeated re-
peatedly by Spartacus, m. 338

Varius Cotylon, friend of Antony, left
with 6 legions to guard Gaul, IX.
178

Varro, 0. Terentius, elected consul,
his character, m. 158; defeated at
Cannae, 160 f. ; welcomed at Rome
after Cannae by all, 172

Varro, M. Terentius, Roman philo-
sopher and historian, gave Tarutius
task of calculating precise time of
Romulus' birth, I. 120; Pompey's
legate in Spain, loses his forces to
Caesar, vn. 530; cited, I. 138

Varro, Cingonius, composed speech for
Nymphidius Sabinus, XI. 234;
ordered executed by Galba, 230

Varup, Alfenus, general of Vitellius,
XI. 304

Varus, Attius, see " Attius Varus."

Vatinius, P., proclaimed praetor in-
stead of Cato, V. 250; VH. 102;
sought reconciliation with Cicero,
vn. 146 ; in Epidamnus and Apol-
lonia, VI. 180

Vedius, slain by people of Picenum
for attacking Pompey, V. 128

" Veientani," name for people of Veii,
n. 96

Veii, Tuscan city, begins war with
Rome by demanding Fidenae, is
defeated and makes treaty of friend-
ship for 100 years, I. 17U; how
induced to give up terra-cotta
chariot, 536 ; siege of, n. 96 f . ; man
of, seized and forced to reveal secret
oracles concerning city, 100 f . ; cap-
ture and sack of, 104; shelters
fugitives from battle of Allia, 136

Velabrum, spot where one Larentia is
buried and the other disappeared;
two etymologies of word, I. 102

Yelesus, with Proculus announces to
Numa that Romans invite him to
be their king, I. 320

Velia (1), on Palatine, held mansion
of Publicola, I. 526; Publicola
buried near it, 564

Velia (2), in Italy, VI. 344 ; 456

Velitrae, people of, offer city to



Romans, IV. 144; captured by
Camillus, n. 202

Vellutup, Sicinius, see " Sicinius Vel-
lutus."

Ventidii, two brothers ordered out of
Auximum by Pompey, V. 128

Ventidius Bassus, P., defeats Par-
thians, slays Labienus and Pharna-
pates, routs and slays Pacoras,
besieges city of Samosata, IX. 208 f . ;
enjoys triumph over Parthians, 214

Vento, see " Perpenna Vento, M."

Venus, identified with Libitina, I. 346 ;
regarded by some as natural cause
which supplies from moisture seeds
of everything, m. 366; IV. 390;
Venus Victrix, ancestress of Caesar's
race, V. 292; VIII. 248; of Paphos,
320; IX. 192

Venusia, refuge of Varro after Oannae,
m. 166; V. 514

Verania, wife of Piso, XI. 270

Vercellae, battle of, EX. 630

Yeroingetorix, see " Vergentorix."

Verenia, one of first two Vestals ap-
pointed by Numa, I. 340

Vergentorix, leads revolt against
Caesar, vrt. 504; surrenders to
Caesar, 510

Vergilia, taken by Volumnia to camp
of Volscians, IV. 202

Vergilio, Attilius, overthrows statue
of Galba, XI. 264

Vergilius, C., praetor of Sicily, writes
to Cicero to keep away, vn. 164

Verginius, tribune of the people, ap-
pointed by Cinna to impeach Sulla,
IV. 358

Verginius Rufus, in Gaul, does not
join Galba, XI. 216 f . ; gets his
troops to swear allegiance to Galba,
224 f . ; his army, 244 ; made consul
by Otho, 276; 318

" Verres," its meaning in Latin, vn.
98

Verres, prosecuted by Cicero, con-
victed, VH. 98 f .

" Verrucosus," surname of Fabius
Jlaximus from wart on lip, m. 118

Vespasian, built 3rd temple of Jupiter
Capitolinus, I. 540 ; commander in
Judaea, friendly to Otho, XT. 284;
tried to seize supreme power, 1286

Vesta, temple of, I. 146 ; why built,
circular by Numa, name given by



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Pythagoreans to fire at centre of
universe, 344; temple of, near
Regia, 354; fire of, its nature;
temple of, said to contain Palladium
of Troy, n. 142 f.

Vestals, law ordained death for one
guilty of unchastity, I. 96 ; intro-
duced by Romulus to guard sacred
fire, 160; consecrated by Numa,
account of them, 338; get holy
water from spot where shield fell,
350 ; in flight from Gauls carry off
sacred fire, n. 142 f. ; 362; m. 172;
IX. 182.

Veto, of tribune, prevails over his
colleagues, X. 166

Vettius (1), friend of 0. Gracchus,
ably defended at court by him, X.
198

Vettius (2), accused of plotting against
life of Pompey at instigation of
Lucullus, n. 608

Vettius, Spurius, interrex, put accept-
ance of Numa Pompilius as king
to vote of people, I. 326

Veturius, deserted to Otho, XI. 258

Veturius, C., condemned to death for
refusing to make way for tribune
in forum, X. 204

Veturius, P., one of first two quaes-
tors, I. 534

Veturius Mamurius, see " Mamurius,
Veturius."

Vetus, praetor in Spain, VH. 452

Via Nova, n. 126

Via Sacra, I. 552 ; VH. 134

Vibius, Sicilian, made prefect of
engineers by Cicero, will not receive
him in his house, vn. 162

Vibius Paciacus, helps young Crassus
in his concealment, m. 322 f.

Vibo, city of Lucania, previously
called Hipponium, vn. 162

Vibullius, friend of Pompey, sent by
Caesar to Pompey with peace pro-
posals, V. 284

Vica Pota, temple of, stands where
Publicola had his house built, I. 528

" Vici," name given villages surround-
ing Rome, n. 594

Victory, goddess, IV. 390; VI. 278

Villius, C., supporter of Ti. Gracchus,
put to death, X. 192

Villius, P., invaded Macedonia late in
season and wasted time, X. 326 ;



encamped over againpt Philip, 328;
sailed to confer with Antiochus
about freedom of Greeks under his
sway, 354

Vindex, Junius, general in Gaul, re-
volts from Nero and asks Galba to
become emperor, XI. 212 f., 242,
270; defeated by Verginius, com-
mits suicide, 218; 252

Viudicius, slave, learns of conspiracy
of Vitellii and Aquillii and reveals
it to Publicola, I. 510; rewarded
for revealing plot, 518

"Vindicta," derived from " Vindi-
cius," I. 518

Vinius, T., captain of Galba's prae-
torian guard, urges him to revolt
against Nero, XI. 214; reports to
Galba decrees of senate, 220;
jealous of Verginius Rufus, 226;
persuades Galba to make use of
Nero's riches, his character, his acts
ruin Galba, 228, 272, 230, 240 f.;
250 ; 262 ; party to conspiracy
against Galba, also slain, 266 ; 268

Vipsanian portico, XI. 262

Virginius, see " Verginius."

Virtue and Honour, temple to, by
Marcellus, V. 512

" Virtus," its meaning, IV. 120

Vitellii, corrupted by Tarquin's en-
voys, won over two of Brutus' sons
to join plot to bring back Tarquins,
I. 508

Vitelliup, A., proclaimed emperor in
Germany, XI. 252 f.; put to death
120 who claimed part in death of
Galba and his adherents, 268 : cor-
responds with Otho, 284; his wife
and mother cared for by Otho, 286 ;
joined by Otho's troops, 308; 312 ;
I. 540

Vitcllius, L., brother of the emperor,
XI. 286

" Vixerunt," word used of those dead,
vn. 134

Voconius, sent by Lucullus with fleet
to intercept Mithridates, is too late,
n. 508

Voconius, had three very ugly daugh-
ter?, vn. 150

Vol-cians, defeated and Corioli cap-
tured, IV. 132 ; 2nd war against
them planned, 146 ; send embassy
to Rome demanding back captured

489



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



territory and cities, 180; through
Coriolanus demand restitution of
cities and territories torn from them
and equal civic rights, 1 90 ; with-
draw from before Rome, 210 ; after
death of Coriolanus quarrel with
Aequians, defeated in battle by
Romans, become her subjects,
216 f . ; defeated by the dictator
Postumius Tubertus, n. 96 ; with
Aequians and Latins invade Roman
territory, 176 ; defeated by Gamil-
lus, 180 ; 182 ; make war on Rome,
190; had king Tullus Attius, vn.
82

Volumnia, greatly loved by her son
Coriolanus, IV. 126 ; persuades him
to spare Rome, 200 f . ; quoted,
202 f.

Volumnius, actor, put to death after
Philippi, VI. 228

Volumnius, P., philosopher, with
Brutus at Philippi, 234, 240 f .

" Vopiscus," surname of surviving
twin, IV. 142

Votive offerings, m. 210

Vows, bv Fabius Maximus, m. 130

Vulcan, temple of, I. 166; 174; con-
tained bronze statue of Iloratius,
546

Vultures, why used chiefly by Romans
for auguries, why liked by Hercules,
1.114

Vulturnus, river in district of Casili-
num, m. 134



Wages, paid by Lysander and Alci-
biades respectively, IV. 102, 240 f.

Waggons, four-wheeled, used by Per-
sians in conveying their women
folk, n. 70 f .

Wall, long, at Athens, measure for,
introduced by Pericles, m. 42 ; at
Argop, built on advice of Alcibiades,
IV. 38; n. 248; at Rome, course
of, how marked out, I. 118

Wars : between Achaeans and Aeto-
lians, XI. 70 f . ; between Achaeans
and Eleians, X. 58 ; between Agesi-
laiis and Persia, n. 464 f., V. 22;
of Antony and Caesar against
Brutus and Cassias, IX. 182 f. ; be-
tween Antony and Octavius, VI. 452,
vn. 198; of Asiatic cities against

490



Persia, IV. 29G ; between Athens
and Aegina, n. 10 f ., VI. 10 ; be-
tween Athens and Philip, vm. 178f . ;
between Athens and Samos, in. 68,
72 f . ; Boeotian war (usually called
Corinthian) IV. 308 f . ; of Caesar in
Egypt, vn. 556 ; between Carthage
and Masinissa, n. 380 ; between
Carthage and Rome, 382 ; between
Corcyraeans and Corinthians, HL
82 ; between Demetrius and Rho-
dians, IX. 48 ; between Egypt and
Persia, n. 84 f.; XI. 184: between
Eumenes and Antigonus, vm. 102 f . ;
between Greeks and Persians under
Xerxes, n. 16; Hellenic wars,
stopped by Themistocles, 18; Ju-
gurthine, IV. 328; Lamian, vn. 66,
vni. 194, IX. 346 ; between Macha-
nidas and Achaeans, X. 280 ; Marsic
or Social, n. 474, IV. 336 f., VH. 86,
vm. 8, IX. 552; between Megalo-
polis and Nabis, tyrant of Sparta,
X. 288; between Octavius and
Antony, EX. 264 f. ; Parthian, m.
364 f.; IX. 190, 218 f.; Pelopon-
nesian, n. 212, m. 82 f., 240, 244 f.,
IV. 238, X. 112; Phocian, vn. 28,
42 ; against pirates, conducted by
Pompey, v. 180 f . ; between Pompey
and Caesar, vii. 520 f . ; between
Achaeans and Romans, X. 292;
between Romans and Aequians,
Volscians, Latins, and Tuscans, n.
176 f.; of Rome in Africa, 310 f.;
of Rome with Antiochus the Great,
334, 388, VI. 362, X. 302, 362 f.;
of Rome with Carthage, n. 382 ; of
Rome with Cimbri and Teutones,
vm. 6; between Romans and Car-
thaginians for Sicily, V. 436, 440;
of Rome with Falerians and Cape-
nates, n. 98 ; between Romans and
Faliscans, 116 ; between Romans
and Gauls, 198 f.; of Rome with
Hannibal, 398, in. 120 f., V. 436 ;
of Rome with Ligurians, m. 120;
of Rome against Mithridates, n. 474,
488, IV. 344 f., 358, V. 196 f., IX.
554; of Rome against Numantia,
X. 152 f . ; of R.ome with Perseus,
VI. 370 f.; with Philip, 370, X.
324 f . ; with Praenestines and Vol-
scians, n. 190; with Sabines and
Latins, I. 556; with Spaniards, X.



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



154; with Tarentum, IX. 382 ; with
Tigranes, n. 542, 546 f . ; with Vol-
scians, IV. 132, 170 f . ; with Veii,
n. 96 f . ; Sacred war, m. 62 f . ;
Sertorian,n. 486, V. 156 f.; Sicilian,
IX. 280 ; Social war in Greece, vn.
40; Spanish (Hither Spain) u.
330 f., 388; between Sparta and
Persia, V. 12 f.; between Sparta
and other Greeks, 38; between
Sparta and Thebes, 58 f., 372 f.;
of Spartacus, m. 334 f.

Wasps, bred in putrefying horses, X.
140

Water-carrier, in bronze, at Sardis,
n. 84

Water supply, of Rome, private tap-
ping stopped, n. 356

Way, Appiau, Caesar as curator spent
large sums of his own money on it,
vn. 452

Wealth, Roman, consisted in flocks
and herds chiefly, I. 532 ; that of
Veii great, n. 96 f . ; much gold and
silver imported from Athens to
Sparta by Lysander, IV. 236

Weapons, n. 560 ; IX. 530

" White day," origin of expression,
m. 78

White village, little place between
Berytus and Sidon, IX. 254

Widows, at Rome, penalty for early
remarriage, I. 346 ; n. 96 ; not per-
mitted to remarry until husband
had been dead 10 months, IX. 206

Wills, Solon's law concerning, I. 460 ;
IV. 20; Roman soldiers made un-
written ones just before battle, 136 ;
will of Oaesar, VI. 168 ; of Antony,
IX. 268 f.

Wine, how introduced to Gauls, n.
126

Women, regulations of Lycurgus and
Numa concerning them compared,
I. 390 f . ; Roman women, character
and customs, 392 ; regulations of
Solon concerning them, 462 ; 522 ;
556 ; 564 f . ; n. 52 ; Persian women
watched very carefully by their
husbands, 70 ; Roman women re-
warded by being given eulogy at
their funerals, 114; 178; 296 f.;
their power in Rome, 322; Cato
the Elder's opinion of man who
struck wife or child, 3 60; 364; 414;



416; m. 2; 378; 418; IV. 20;
how honoured at Rome when Corio-
lanus' mother saved city, 210 ; holy
women of Germans, vn. 488 ; vni.
292 ; IX. 338 ; Roman woman had
nopraenomen,464; Spartan women
ruled their husbands, possessed
greater part of wealth in time of
Agis, X. 18

Women's Fortune, temple of, erected
at Rome, IV. 210

Woodpecker, especially honoured by
Latins, considered sacred to Mars,
1.98

Wool, Milesian, IV. 62



Xanthians, ignore M. Brutus, meet
with disaster, VI. 130

Xanthippides, archon in year of Mar-
donius' defeat, n. 226

Xanthippus (1), father of Pericles and
Ariphron, iv. 2 ; gave burial to dog
that followed him to Salamis, n.
30, 318; 58; with Cimon and
Myronides envoy to Sparta, 244;
father of Pericles by Agariste, con-
quered Persians at Mycale, m. 6

Xanthippus (2), son of Pericles and
his 1st wife, m. 70 ; eldest son of
Pericles, had feud with his father,
died during plague, 104

Xanthus, city in Lycia, VH. 270;
besieged by Brutus and destroyed,
VI. 194

Xanthus, flute-player, IX. 186

Xenagoras, son of Eumelus, measured
height of Mt. Olympus, VI. 394

Xenarchus, author, m. 208

Xenares, friend of Cleomenes, does
not encourage him to copy Agis, X.
54

Xenocles (1) of deme Cholargus, set
on high lantern over shrine of sanc-
tuary of mysteries at Eleusis, m.
40

Xenocles (2) ambassador of Agesilaiis,
imprisoned in Larissa, V. 42

Xenocles (3) exile from Sicyon, helps
Aratus in plot to return, XI. 10

Xenocles (4) of Adramyttium, taught
Cicero oratory, vn. 90

Xenocrates, n. 612; received gift of
50 talents from Alexander, vn. 244;
had Phocion as pupil in the Aca-

491



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



demy, vm. 152 ; philosopher, as
ambassador not succesi-ful with
Antipater, 204 ; paid resident alien
tax, 212; morose in disposition,
advised by Plato to sacrifice to
Muses, IX. 466 ; anecdote about
him, r. 356

Xenodochus, of Cardia, with Alex-
ander, VH. 370

Xenophantus, celebrated flute-player,
IX. 132

Xenophilus (1), father of victorious
choregus named Aristides. H. 212

Xenophilus (2), robber captain, hires
out a few soldiers to Aratus, XI. 12

Xenophon (1), Athenian, defeated by
Chalcidians in Thrace, m. 226

Xenophon (2), fought on side of Agesi-
lalis at Coroneia, V. 46 ; philosopher,
in train of Agesilaiis, ordered to
rear his sons at Sparta, 52 ; with
Ten Thousand marched from sea to
Babylon and back, v. 22, IX. 242;
IV. 94; V. 330; XI. 142
Ages. (VI. 4) V. 8
Anab. (I. 6-11) XI. 132 ; (I. 8. 26)

146; (n. 1. 7-23)156
Cyrop. (IV. 1. 3) V. 528
Hell. (m. 4. 17) V. 492 ; (YD. 5.

12-14) 96

Reip. Lac. (X. 8) I. 206
Symp. referred to, IV. 274; (I. 1)
V. 80
See also XI. 154.

Xerxes, father of Artaxerxes, XI. 128 ;
had sister Sandauce, n. 238 ;
marched through Thessaly and
Boeotia against Attica, 234 ; forces
pass of Thermopylae, 24; induced
to fight by message from Themis-
tocles, 36 ; defeated by Greeks at
Salamis, 12, 38 ; induced to retreat
to Asia by ruse of Themistocles,
44 f., 240; left Mardonius behind
to obstruct pursuit, 12, 240; set
200 talents upon head of Themis-
tocles, 70 ; met him, 74 f . ; 86 ;
396; defeated by Cimon at Eury-
medon, 438 f . ; made treaty with
Greeks after Eurymedon, 444; IV.
374 ; V. 42 ; statue of him left lying
by Alexander, VH. 334; XI. 130;
quoted, n. 76

Xypete, Attic deme, Metagenes of, m.
40

492



Year, how computed by early Romans,
Greeks, Egyptians, and others, l.
366 f . ; method of designating,
changed at Athens, IX. 26; great
year, IV. 346



Zacynthians, actual assassins of Dion,

VI. 118 f.
Zacynthus, island of, rendezvous of

Dion's supporters, m. 290, VI. 46 ;

Y. 370
Zaleucus, had frequent audiences of

Deity, I. 320
Zarbienus, king of Gordyeni, secretly

arranged alliance with Lucullus

through Clodius, betrayed and exe-
cuted, n. 534, 568
Zaretra, fortress in Euboea, occupied

by Phocion, vm. 172
Zela, battle of, VH. 560
Zeleia, Arthmius of, n. 18
Zeno (1), Eleatic, teacher of Pericles

in natural philosophy and eristic,

in. 10; defended Pericles against

charge of conceit, 14
Zeno (2) of Citium, adopted Lycurgus'

design for a civil polity, I. 300;

followed by Sphaerus, X. 52 ; quoted,

vm. 154; XI. 52
Zeno (3) Cretan, teacher of dancing,

XI. 176
Zenodotia, in Mesopotamia, taken by

Crassus, m. 364

Zenodotus, of Troezen, cited, I. 130
Zeugitae, class at Athens with yearly

increase of 200 measures, I. 450, ri.

386
Zeugma, place where Crassus crossed

Euphrates, m. 372 ; 404
Zeus, Olympian games in honour of,

instituted by Hercules, I. 56; n.

246; 280; statue of, at Pisa, m.

4; procession in honour of, at

Athens, vm. 230
Zeus Areius, sacrificed to at Passaro,

IX. 356

Zeus, Dodonaean, oracle of, n. 76
Zeus Eleutherios, n. 272, 274, 276,

278
Zeus Hecalus, named from Hecale who

entertained Theseus, I. 26
Zeus, Olympian, m. 260, IV. 390
Zeus, Soter, n. 246, VII. 68, XI. 122
Zeus, Syllanius, I. 220



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'

Zeuxidamus, father of Archidamus, n. Zopyrus, soldier of Antigonus, slew

452, V. 2 - Pyrrhus, IX. 458

Zeuxis, quoted, m. 40 Zoroaster, had frequent audience with

Zoilus, put coats of mail made by Deity, I. 320

him to severe test, IX. 50 Zosime, wife of Tigranes, led in Porn-

Zopyrus, slave, tutor of Alcibiades, L pey's triumph, V. 230
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