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lyric poet of Greece, 556-467 B.C.

Sinope, 223, an important Greek
city on the southern coast of the
Euxine Sea, west of Amisus.

Sinora (or Sinoria), a fortress-city
on the frontier between Greater
and Lesser Armenia.

Soli, 187, an important town on the
coast of Cilicia, not to be con-
founded with the Soli on the
island of Cyprus. See Xenophon
Anab., i. 2, 24.

Sophene, 203, a district of western
Armenia.

Spartacus, 197, a Tliracian gladia-
tor, leader of the servile insurrec-
tion (73-71 B.C.). Cf. the Crassus,
viii-xi.

Spinther, 245, 291, 307, Publius
Cornelius Lentulus S., consul in
57 B.C., took part against Caesar
in 49, was captured by him at
Corflnium, but released. He
then joined Ponipey, and after
Pharsalus fled with him to Egypt.

Strabo, 117, 123, Gnaeus Pompeius
Sextus S., consul in 89 B.C., in
which year he celebrated a
triumph for his capture of
Asculum. He tried to be neutral
in the civil wars of Sulla and
Marius. In 87 B.C. he was killed
by lightning.

Sucro, 159, a river in S.E. Spain,
between Valentia and Lauron.

Susa, 39, 417, an ancient city of
Persia, residence of the Great
King during the spring months.

Sybaris, 341, a famous Greek city of
Italy, on the west shore of the
gulf of Tarentum, founded in
720 B.C., noted for its wealth and
luxury.



Tachos, 101-107, king of Egypt for
a short time during the latter part
of the reign of Artaxerxes II. of
Persia (405-362 B.C.). Deserted
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he took refuge at the court of
Artaxerxes III., where he died.

Taenarum, 175, a promontory at
the southern extremity of La-
conia, in Peloponnesus.

Tanagra, 377, a town in eastern
Boeotia, between Thebes and
Attica.

Tarentum, 493, 507, a Greek city in
S.E. Italy. It surrendered to
the Romans in 272 B.C., was
betrayed into the hands of
Hannibal in 212, and recovered
by Fabius Maximus in 209.

Taurus, 185, a range of mountains
in Asia Minor, running eastward
from Lycia to Cilicia.

Taygetus, 417, a lofty mountain
range between Laconia and Mes-
senia, in Peloponnesus.

Tegea, 95, an ancient and powerful
city in S.E. Arcadia, in Pelopon-
nesus.

Tegyra, 77, 377 ff., 387, 525, a vil-
lage in northern Boeotia, near
Orchomeuus.

Tempe, Vale of, 307, the gorge
between Mounts Olympus and
Ossa in N.E. Thessaly, through
which the river Peueius makes its
way to the sea.

Theodotus of Chios (or Samos), 317,
325, brought to Caesar the head
and signet-ring of Pompey.

Theophanes, 213, 225, 247, 315,
319, of Mitylene in Lesbos, a
learned Greek who made Porn-
pey's acquaintance during the
Mithridatic war, and became his
intimate friend and adviser. He
wrote a eulogistic history of
Pompey's campaigns. After
Pompey's death he was pardoned
by Caesar, and upon his own
death (after 44 B.C.) received
divine honours from the Lesbians.

Theophrastus, 5. 103, the most
famous pupil or Aristotle, and his
successor as head of the Peripa-
tetic school of philosophy at
Athens. He was born at Eresos
in Lesbos, and died at Athens in
287 B.C., at the age of eighty-
five.

Theopompus, 27, 87, 91, of Chios, a
fellow-pupil of Isocrates with
Ephorus, wrote aati-Athenian



histories of Greece from 411 to
394 B.C. and of Philip of Macedou
from 360 to 336 B.C.

Thermodon, 209, a river of Pontus
in Northern Asia Minor, empty-
ing into the Euxine Sea.

Thesmophoria, 353, a festival in
honour of Demeter as goddess of
marriage, celebrated at Athens
for three days in the middle of the
month Pyanepsion (Oct.-Nov.).

Thespiae, 67 f., 97, 373 ff., an
ancient city in S.W. Boeotia,
north of Plataea.

Thetis, 423, a sea-nymph, wife of
Peleus and mother of Achilles.

Thriasian plain, 69, 357 ; a part of
the plain about Eleusis, in S.W.
Attica.

Timagenes, 245, a Greek historian,
of the time of Augustus, origin-
ally a captive slave. The bitter-
ness of his judgments brought
him into disfavour.

Timagoras, 419, an ambassador
from Athens to the Persian court
in 387 B.C. He spent four years
there, and took part with Pelopi-
das rather than with his own col-
league, Leon. He revealed state
secrets for pay, and it was this
which cost him his life.

Timotheus (1), 345, son of Conon
the great Athenian admiral. He
was made general in 378 B.C., and
about 360 was at the height of his
popularity and glory.

Timotheus (2), 39, of Miletus, a
famous musician and poet, 446-
357 B.C. His exuberant and
florid style conquered its way to
great popularity.

Tisaphernes, 21 f., 27, Persian
satrap of lower Asia Minor from
414 B.C., and also, alter the death
of Cyrus the Younger in 401, of
maritime Asia Minor, till his
death in 359 B.C.

Tithraustes, 27. After succeeding
Tisaphernes in his satrapy,
Tithraustes tried in vain to induce
Agesilaiis to return to Greece, and
then stirred up a war in Greece
against Sparta, in consequence of
which Agesilaiis was recalled.

Trallians, 43, no tribe of this name
is now known to have lived in

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Thrace, nor are they mentioned
in Herodotus (vii. 110).

Trebonius, 251, Caius T., tribune of
the people in 55 B.C., and an
instrument of the triumvirs. He
was afterwards legate of Caesar
in Gaul, and loaded with favours
by him, but was one of the con-
spirators against his life.

Tullus, 275, Lucius Volcatius T.,
consul in 66 B.C., a moderate, who
took no part in the civil war.

Tyche, 485, a portion of what Plu-
tarch calls the " outer city " of
Syracuse, lying between Epipo-
lae and Achradina.



Valentia, 159, an important town
in S.E. Spain, south of Saguntum.



Valerius, 147, Marcus V. Maxinius,
dictator in 494 B.C., defeated and
triumphed over the Sabiaes.

Vatinius, 251, Publius V., had been
tribune of the people in 59 B.C.,
and was a paid creature of
Caesar. He was one of Caesar's
legates in the civil war, and, after
Pharsalus, was entrusted by him
with high command in the East.

Venusia, 515, a prosperous city of
Apulia, a stopping place for
travellers on the Appian Way
from Rome to Brundisium. It
was the birthplace of the poet
Horace.

Vibullius, 285, Lucius V. Rufus, a
senator, captured by Caesar at
Cornnium, at the outbreak of the
war, and again in Spain, but
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