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against Arta-

xerxes 163

defeated and slain
by Artaxerxes 177

tomb of 181

founder of Cy-

roschata 184

takes Babylon.... 174
Cytxis, a name given to

Medea 174

Cytherea, a name of
Venus 130

Daedalus 129

Danube, an account of
the countries
South of the 85
where it changes

its name 88

Trajan's bridge

over it ibid.

D'Anville, a trifling error

of 135

Dardanelles of Lepanto 96



114



ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY. INDEX.



Page

Darius defeated byAlex-

ander at Issus 155. 163

Darwin, Dr., his de-
scription of the army
of Cambyses over-
whelmed by the sand

(N.) 198

David 166

Daunia, whence derived 43
Daunus, king of Apulia ibid.
Deiotarus,Cicero'sfriend 140
Cicero's Ora-
tion in fa-
vour of.*" ibid.
Delhi, city of, taken by

Timur-leng (N. ) 186

Dellium, defeat of the

Athenians at 105

Delos, its sanctity 128

antient names of ibid.
thoughtmoveable

antiently ibid.

Delphi, oracle of 108

DemetriusPoliorcetes* '114.156
Democritus, birth-place

of 121

Demophoon 119

Demosthenes, the place
where he poisoned

himself 93

Demosthenes, death -of 113
Derbe, whence deri-
ved 172

Diana, celebrated temple

and statue of. 104
statue of, carried

off by Xerxes* ibid.
birth-place of...- 128

templeof 147

Dido, her stratagem in

founding Carthage. 192
Dindymene, a name of

Cybele 139

Dioclesian 176

Diogenes, birth-place

of 139

Diomede, founder of the
city of Arpi and Canu-

sium 44

DionysiusHalicarnassen-

sis, birth-place of 150
Dorian colonies * 92. 100



Page

Drusus, the projector of
a canal which
now forms the
ZuyderZee... 81
subdues the Ge-
nauni 32

Eburones, a people of
Gallia, who
were extir-
pated by

Cxsar 79

a Roman le-
gion slaugh-
tered bythem ibid.
Egypt,thenurseofthearts 200
its revolutions. ibid.
Egyptian kings, sepul-
chres of 205

Elagabalus, temple of 162
Elatea, city of, taken by-
Philip 108

Eleusinian Ceres, ac-
count of the removal

of the statue of 101

Eleusinian mysteries* 100

abo-
lished by the emperor

Theodosius 101

Elijah, scene of his mira-
cles 165

Ennius, birth-place of. 45
Epaminondas, death of. 98
memorable
victory of ibid.
his defeat
of the La-
cedaemo-
nians* 105
Eponymi, statues of 102

Eriphyle Ill

Ery threan Sibyl 146

Esau 173

Etrurians, their origin* 33
addicted to
soothsaying ibid.
Eumenes, king of Perga-

mus 144

library of,
containing
200,000
volumes*, ibid-






ANTIENT GEOOHAFHT. INDEX.



115



Euphrates, diverted into
a new chan-
nel

Euphrates, fords of

Euripides, tomb of

Exarchs of Ravenna-



Page



174

163

119

30



Forms; to which some
countries have been
thought antiently to
beararesemblance(N.) 56

Fortune, temple of, at

Antium(N.) 36

FossWay 64

Four Empires of the An-

tient World 182

Gael 72

Galen, birth-place of. - 145

Galilee of the Nations- 166

Gallia, division of 72

altered
by Augustus 72

Gaugamela, battle of 182

Gaulish tribes have left
the name of the people
to the capital of the
province 75

Gaulish priestesses 78

Gauls, a colony of, in

Asia Minor 139, 140

Gelimas, the last king of
the Vandals 191

Cell's Sir W. description

of the plain of Troy 143

Gergovia, famed for its
long resistance against
Caesar 75

Germania, division of- 81

Germanicus defeats the

Cherusci-"" 82

Gibraltar, a corruption,

whence derived 70

Glaucus, residence of. 106
the Ly cian hero 151

Golden Apples 208

Fleece 179

Gordian, the tomb of ' 177
knot, cut by
Alexander-. 140

Gorgons, their fabled re-
sidence * 195



Grzecia Antiqua, de-
scription of

a name of Greece
unknown in the
Roman Law(N.)

Granicus, battle of

Grasshoppers, golden,
worn by the ancient

Athenians

Grecian chronology,

epoch of

fleet returning
from theseige of
Troy, wrecked
off Caphareus*
islands, descrip-
tion of

Greece, reduced to a Ro-
man province (N. )

its size

Gregory Nazianzen,
birth-place of
Nyssen, birth-
place of

Gyndes, diverted into

360 channels by Cyrus

Hadrian, description of

his rampart

Halicarnassus, besieged

by Alexander

Hannibal, banished Car-
thage........

his 2nd victory
place of his
crossing the
Alps (N.) -
theRomans de-
feated byhim
his memorable
defeat of the
Romans ....

his route over
the Alps-...

betrayed

tomb of

destroyed by



birth-place



Harpies

Hercules
Hecatacus,

of

Helabas, supposed resi-
dence of the first pa-
rent of mankind



Page
91



ibid.

142



116

96

127

125

91

28

157

ibid.

175

61

150

194
30

31
32

34

74
137
138

105
149

187



116



ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY. INDEX.



Page

Hellas, a name of Greece

unknown to Homer' 91
Helle, sister of Phryxus 122
Heraclitus,birth-placeof 150
Herculaneum over-
whelmed 41

Hercules, death of 112

hisvictoryover
the Nemsean

Lion 93

favourite resi-
dence of ' ibid.
hiscontestwith
theriver-god
Achelous**. 110

pillars of 69.190

Hercynian Forest 84

Hermse, vestibule of. - 102

Hermin Street 64

Hero,a priestess of Venus 122

Herod 168

Antipas 169

Herodotus,birth-placeof 150
his account of

Egyptian Thebes 205

Hesiod, birth-place of. 107
Hesperides, garden of

the 197.208

Hills of Rome 37

Hippocrates, birth-place

of 132

Hippolytus of Euripides,

scene of 93

Holy Land 159

Homer, his epithet of

Nestor 96

his terms for an-

tient Greece.- 91
and Virgil's lad-
der of the
giants com-
pared and il-
lustrated 114

reputed birth-
place of 131,146

placeswhichcon-

test his birth-. 131

Horace, his retreat 37

illustrated 67

a tribune in the



Bag*

Horace, interpretation of

(N.) 179

Hornemann, Mr., his ac-
count of the Oasis of
Siwah (N.) 199

IdxiDactyli 129

Jectan, or Kahtan, son

ofEber 173

Jerusalem topography

of 166

destroyed by

Titus 167



destroyed by
Nebuchad-



175



republicanarmy
at PhilipDi



121



nezzar ...
Jethro, father-in-law to

Moses 174

Ikenild Street 64

Iliad, whether written by

Homer 131

Imaus, chains of 185

John, St., banished to

Patmos 132

Ionia, whence derived* 145

Ionian colonies 92.100

Josephus, the historian*. 170
Iphigenia in Taurus,

scene of 90

sacrifice of... 105

Ipsus, battle of 156

Ismael, son of Abraham

by Hagar 174

Isaurian and Cilician pi-
rates destroyed by

Pompey 152,153

Isauricus, a name given

to Publius Servilius 152

Issus, battle of 155

Isthmian Games, where

celebrated 97

Italia, whence derived*. 27

bounded 28

Italian Islands 50

Juba 191

Judith delivers the Jews

from Holof ernes 170

Jugurtha 191

Jugurthine war ibid.

Julia, daughter of Au-
gustus ..; 36

Julian, death of 177



ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY. INDEX.



117



Page

Juno Lacinia, temple of 47

where worshipped 132

JupiterAmmon,templcof 177

temple

of, its site discovered 198

Jupiter Olympius 95

where nursed- 129

fed by bees 130

birth-place of**** 129
Urius, celebrated

temple of .... 138

father of Bacchus 198
Juvenal, the occasion of

his 15th satire 205

hi splaceof exile 206

KaliphatofAbdel-Melek 194

Kypt, a name of Egypt 200

Labyrinth, the Cretan 129

Egyptian.*** 204

L x. strigonian wine 52

Leander 122

Learning, restoration of 123
Legio, Leon, whence it

derived its name ... 67
Lemnian women, massa-
cre committed by them 126
Leonidas, memorable

stand made by . 109

Lei nean Hydra, descrip-
tion of 94

Lesbian Wine 131

Leucate, rock of Ill

Leuctra, battle of 105

Libany Libanos 174

Libethrides, a name of

the Muses 107

Liburnian ships in the

battle of Actium .... 87
Library of Eumenes, re-
moved to Alexandria
by Antony and Cleo-
patra 145

Library, Alexandrian**. 201

said

to have been
burnt by the

Saracens.... 201

Palatine 38

Lisbon, whence derived ibid.

Livy, birth-place of .... 29



Page

Locri Ozolae, why so

called 108

Lollius Urbicus 62

Longinus 164

Lucan, birth-place of- ... 70
his description of
Cato's army
attacked by

serpents 197

Lucian, birth-place of 163

Lucrine lake 41

Lucullus 179

LudiAtellani 51

Lustrum, its period*.*. 96

Lutatius Catulus 52

Lycxum 103

Lysander, Athenian fleet

destroyed by 122

Lysimachus 146. 156

Ma:cenas,descendedfrom
the antient kings

of Tuscany (N.) 33
splendid palace

of, &c. 38

Mamalius, a name of Pan 98
Mzeonius, a name of Ho-
mer 146

Magna Grsecia, why so

called 43

Mago, a Carthaginian

general 71

Mahomet II. 123

Mantinea, battle of * * . . 98

Marathon, battle of.... 104

Marbles of Carystos .... 126

Pentelicus 103

Paros 128

Synnada*... 153

Marcellus takes Syracuse 52

Mardonius*..* 105

Marius, birth-place of 37

defeats the Cimbri 29

defeats Jugurtha 189

hiding-place of 36

Maroboduus, king 83

Marseilles, founded by

the Phoceeans 74.146

Marsyas,flayedby Apollo 156

Martial, birth-place of 68

Massinissa 190

Mausolus.......... 150



113



ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY. INDEX.



Page

Medea, her birth-place 180
Melchisedec, king of Sa-
lem 166

Meleager, country of 110
Melesigenes, a name of

Homer 146

Memnon, statue of 205

Menelaus 203

Messenians expell'd their

country 95

Metellus Scipio

Micipsa 191

Milliarium Aureum, or

Golden Milestone 39

Milo, birth-place of 46

Miltiades, his defeat of

the P ersian army 1 04

Mimnermus, birth-place

of 147

Minerva, temple of 104

Minos 129

Minotaur ibid.

Misraim, son of Ham - - 200

Mithridates 158

Moeris, lake 168

Mons Casius, its report-
ed height 162

Morea, whence derived 92
Moses, whence he viewed

the Promised Land- 170

Munda, battle of 69

Mycale, battle of 147

Myron, his statue of the

ox 126

Naples, antient name of 39
Navigation by whom in-
vented^ 163

Nearchus 181

Nebaioth, son of Ismael 173

Nebuchadnezzar 175

Negropont, a corruption,

whence derived 126

Neleus, scholar of Theo-

phrastus 144

Nelson, Lord, his victory

viAboukir 202

Nemean games 93

Nemesis, temple of 104

Neptune, temple of 54

Nero, his vain attempt
to cut through the

isthmus of Corinth .... 97



Page

Nestor, country of 96

theGerenian-.." ibid.
Nicsea, general council
of, held under Con-

stantine the Great 137

Nicander, birth-place of 147

Nicene Creed 137

Niger, conjectures on its
course, and possible
junction with the Nile

(N.) 207

Nile, its sources not dis-
covered by Mr.

Bruce 206

cataracts of ibid.

some conjectures
respecting its
sources (N.)... 207

Nimrod 174

Ninus, founder of Nine-
veh 182

Niobe, residence of 148

Nomes, or Prefectures- 201
Numantia, famous for its
residence of
the Roman

armies 67

destroyed by
Scipio Afri-
canus Minor ibid.

Odeum 102

Odyssey ,whetherwritten

by Homer 131

CEdipus Coloneus, scene

of the tragedy 103
of scene of his

exposure 104

CEnotrus 27

Og, king of Basan 171

Olibanum, a corruption

ofLibanos 174

Olympias put to death

by Cassander 117

Olympic Games 95

chronological

epoch <> ibid.

period of ibid.

when instituted ibid.
Omar, Caliph, said to
have destroyed the
Alexandrian library- 201
Onias, builder pf Onion 203



ANTIKNT GEOGRAPHY. INDEX.



Page

Orestes, his lustration- 124

Oriens, description of- 159

Osroes 176

Otho defeated by Vitellus 29

Ovid, birth-place oi 42

when born SO

where banished 79

Oysters, where found- 57

Padua founded by Ante-

nor 29

Palace, whence derived 38

Palatine library ibid.

Palestine, its size 165

Pan, a favourite resi-
dence of 98

Pansa and Hirtius, their

death 30

Parchment, origin of- 145
Parnassus, its summit- 108
Parrhasius, a son of Ju-
piter 98

Parthenon 102

Parthian monarchs, resi-
dence of 182

Parthians, original seat of 183

Paul, St his shipwreck- 87
his commenda-
tion of the

Beroeans-... 119

birth-place of 154

Pausanias - .. 105

Pearl fishery 174

Pegasus, fabled effect of

the hoof of. 107

Pekin, unknown to the

ancients 185

Pelasgus,kingof Pelasgia 92
Peloponnese, its size.. 19
Pclops, king of Pelopon-
nese ibid.

Percote, given by Artax-
erxes to Themistocles,

for his wardrobe 142

Pericles 101

Persepolis,burntby Alex-
ander 181

Perses,last king of Mace-
donia 117

Perseus 168

Persian fleet destroyed

by the Grecians 147

kings, residence of 181



Page

Persian empire over-

thrown ....... 182

Persians, defeat of ..... 101.109

600,000 defeat-
ed by 30,000
Macedonians 142
Petrified town .......... 196

Phaon .................. Ill

Pharaoh, general name

for the kings of Egypt 200
Pharnaces overcome by

Cxsar ................ 141

Pharos, light-house of - - 201
Pharsalia, battle of ..... 115

Pheasants, whence de-

rived ................. 179

Philip, father of Alex-

ander .......... 124

the Roman empe-
ror ............ 177

Phillippi, battle of ...... 121

Philocetes, founder of

Petilia ...... . .......... 47

Philostratus ............. 157

Phocseans, their emigra-
tion to Marseilles ..... 146

Phocian, house of ...... 102

Phrygians, a term used
by anticipation in Vir-



155

Phyllis .................. 119

Picenum, celebrated for

apples ................ 33

Pindar, his account of

Nestor ...... 96

birth-place of - 106
Pindenissus, taken by

Cicero ................ 162

Platxa, battle of. ....... 105

destruction of ibid.

Plato, house of ......... 103

Pliny, the elder, how he

lost his life .... 41

birth-place of. 29
the younger,birth-

place of ........ ibid.

Plutarch, birth-place of 106

Pnyx .................... 102

Pcecile, vestibule of ..... 103

Polemon, builder of Po-

lemonium ............. 141

Polybius, birth-place of 98
Pompeius Sextus, de-



120



ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY. INDEX.



Page

featedby Octavius, the

triumvir 54

Pompey 152.154, 163

founder of Mag-

nopolis 140

Pompeii overwhelmed* 41

Portugal, whence derived 67
Priapus, the hellespon-

tian,orLampsacangod 142

Propyloea 102

Prussias, a name given to

the kings of Bithynia 137

Prytaneum 102

Psyli, serpent charmers 197

Ptolemy 156

founder of the
kingdom of

Egypt 200

Ptolemy Philometor 203
Ptolemy Philadelphus,
his road from the Nile

-to the Red Sea 204

Publius Servilius.Isauri-

cus 152

Punic wars, causes and

principal events of 193

Pydna, battle of 117

Pyramids, an account of 203

Pyrrhus 115

defeated by Cu-

rius 42

Pythagoras, school of 46

death of...- ibid.

Pythian games 107

Ravenna, why celebrated 30
Regulus, capture and

cruel death of 193

Remi, a people of Gaul,

attached to Czesar* 67
Remus, burial-place of 38
Residence of Augustus 8c
the Roman
emperors * ibid,
Roman nobi-
lity 39

Romulus 38
Retreat of the 10,000

Greeks 141.177

Rhzcti, the, subdued by

Drusus 85

Richard I-... i- 169



Page

Richborough, the usual
landing-place
of the Ro-
mans 57

oysters exported
thence in the
time of Ju-
venal 57

Roman exiles sent to

Gyarus 127

Roman fleet on the Da-
nube 86

on the Lower



28



empire, its size*

Lustrum 96

nobility, their re-
sidence 39.40

roads 28.48

walls 61

Romans, defeated by

Pontius 42

Rome, description of ... 37

first inhabited part of 38

modern situation of ibid.

kingdom of, its size 37

Romulus, residence of 38

Rubicon passed by C x sar 32

Sabaism 177

Sacrum Promontorium,

why so sailed 71

Saguntum, siege of, by

Hannibal 68

Salamis, battle of 100

Salem, conjecture con-
cerning it 166

Sallust 191.195

Sapor, king of Persia* 177

Sappho, the poetess 111

birth-place of 131
Sardanapalus, sepulchre

of 154

his epi-
taph (N.) ibid.
Sardinia, from whom

named 56

taken by the

Romans ibid.

why named Ich-
nusa by the

Greeks ibid.



ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY. INDEX.



121



Page

Sardous risus, whence

derived 56

Satrapy 127

Saturn reigns in Latium 28

Scipio 41.190,193

Africamis Minor- 67

Scotish plaid (N.) 73

Sejanus, where born- 34

Seleucidse 161

Seleucus 156.175

Nicator, founder
of Antioch and

Seleucia 161

founder of Apa-

mea-* 162

Semiramis 175

and Cyrus, ar-
mies of, de-
stroyed 181

reputed monu-
ment of-... 182
Senecas, birth-place of 70
Sevems, wall of, de-
scribed 66

his victory over

Niger 155

Shepherd kings of Egypt 203
Sicily, its ancient names 70
Sicy on ,kingdom of ...... 96

Siege of Saguntum 68

Sihon, king of the Am-

morites 170

Sipyleian, a name of

Niobe 148

Sittius 191

Snowdon, its resem-
blance to Parnassus

(N.) 109

Solomon said to be
founder of
Palmyra 164

temple of 162

site of the tem-
ple of 164

Sophonisba 191

Sta, or Stan, a modern
Greek corruption of

f< ra, or tf ray (N. ) 96

Strabo, the geographer- 141
Stratonice, wife of An-

Sttiochus Soter 150

Street, whence derived 63



Striped garments in use
among the antient
Gaulish and Germanic

tribes

Susa, whence derived-
Sybarite, a term of re-
proach

' Syene, its celebrated well

Symplegades, fable of- -

Syphax, residence of -

Syracuse, topography of

taken by Mar-

cellus

Syrtes, an account of - - -

Tamerlane, a corruption
Tarik; led the Moors

into Spain

Tarpeian Rock

Tarquins, whence

brought to Rome

Tegeseus, a name of Pan
Teianbard, a name given

to Anacreon

Telamon

Tempe, description of-
Tereus, husband of

Procne-.-

Teucer, founder of Sala-

mis

birth-place of-
Thales, birth-place of -

Thapsus, battle of

Thebes, ^Egyptian, an

account of

called Hecatom-

polis

Themistocles, builder of
the wall at Athens,

Called /ttaxpa TH%

his defeat of
the Persian

fleet

house of

where he died
Thermopylae, battle of- -
its resem-
blance to
the pass
of Pen-
maenmawr



(N.)



Page



73
181

46

105

124

190

52

ibid.

195

184

69
38

34
98

146
133
115

124

133
101
139
194

205
ibid.



101



ibid.
102

147
109



ibid.









122



ANTIENT GEOGRAPHY. INDEX.



Theseus

birth-place of"

Thessalian deluge

Thrasybulus, 30 tyrants

expelled by him

Thucydides, his retire-
ment after he was ba-
nished

Tiberius, the scene of
his cruelties
and debauch-
eries

Tigranes, founder of Ti-

granocerta

Timotheus, birth-place

of

Timur-leng

compared with
Alexander (N.)

Titan Typhon

Trachinise of Sophocles,

scene of

Trajan, the emperor,
birth-place of'
where he died"
Transfiguration, suppo-
sed scene of the

Trebisond, emperors of

Trent, Council of

Tribes of Israel

Tritonia, a name given

to Minerva

Troas, the scene of Ho-
mer's Iliad

Trophonius, cave of.
Troy, topography of the

plain of

often rebuilt

alterations in the

plain of

Typhceus, the giant
Typhon, murderer of

Osiris

Tyre, siege of

Tyrian Artists

Tyrinthius, a name given
to Hercules

Valaques

Valerius Flaccus, his ac-
count of the Lemnian



massacre



Page
129


Varus, with three Ro-


Pace


93


man legions, defeated




89




82




Venus, temple of


53


104


where worshipped


162




Vespasian


170




his defeat of the




122'


revolted Jews


167




Vesuvius, its first erup-






tion


40




Vienne, caution respect-




40


ing the term


74




Virgil, favourite resi-




179


dence of


40




birth-place of'


29


149


burial-place of"


40


184




64




Ulysses, the fabled foun-




186


der of Olissipo, or




153


Lisbon


70




Uticensis, a name given




112


toCato


192




Vulcan, forges and sup-




70


posed dwelling of


ibid.


153


the Lemnian God


126


169


Walls of Athens


101


141




61


86


Watling-street Road '


63


172


Witikind, kingdom of


82


195


Xanthians, their obsti-






nate resistance to




143


Brutus (N.)


200


107


Xenophon 9,


5.175




on Mount Teches


141


143


Xerxes, his bridge over




ibid.


the Hellespont


122




his fleet wrecked


ibid.


ibid.






54




171




Young, Sir William, his




202


memoir on the ruins




165


of the temple of Ham-




164


mon (N.)


199


93




193




Zeno, the Stoic philoso-




110


pher, his birth-place


133




enobia, queen of Pal-






myra, wife of Odenatus


164


126


Zethus and Calais


130



123



ANTIENT GEOGKAPHY,



INDEX II.



Page

Abarim ................ 170

Abdera ................ 121

Abila ................... 69.190

Abnoba ................ 85

Abrincatui, Avranches- 77
Abruzzo ............... 43

Abydos, Madfune ...... 204

Zermunic 122. 142

Abyssinia .............. 206

Academia .............. 103

Acanthus ............... 119

Acarnania ............. 100.111



Acesines, Ravel
Achzei
Achaia
Acharnse



Acheron

Acherontia, Acerenza

Acherusia

Aciris, Agri

Acis

Aco,Acre

Acra

Acradina

Acro-Athos ...........

Acro-Ceraunia Montes
Acro-Corinthus ......... 197

Acta .................... 119

Actium, Azio ....... 86.111.115



186
91

93.96
104
110
115
43
138
46
51
169
166
52
119
116



Adana ..................

Adonis, Nahr Ibrahim'
Adra, or Edrei, : ./Wratf
Adramyttium, Adri miiti
Adrianopolis,./^/n anoji le
Adulis, Arkiko ..........



154
164
171
144
124
206
179
76



./Egades, or Agates In-
sulze ............. .....

^Egaleus ..... ..........



Page

/Ege, or Edessa, Edissa

/Egeum Mare 134

^Egialea 92

JEgina, Engia 101

^Sgium, Vostitza 95

ibid.

Potamos 122

^Egyptus, Egypt 189. 200

Inferior ibid.

Superior 184.200.204

174

ibid.

< 117

40

112

122

92

55

^Eolis, or ^Eolia 137. 144

TEqui 39

^Esculum, Asculi 35

/Esernia, Isernia 42

JEstuarium Itunx, Sol-

ivay Firth 62

/Ethices 112

^Ethiopia 189

-Etna, Monte Gibcllo." 51.54

Etoliac, Vlakia 100.110

Africa 188

Interior.. 106

Propria, Tunis 189. 192



./Ematlria
^Enaria
JEnianes
ZEnos, Eno
/Eoles

Insult



Aganippe-

Agathyrsi

Agidincum, Sens .......

Agrigentum, or Agragas,

Girgcnti

Agyzymba, Zanguebar

Ailath

Alabahda

Alba Longa



107
89
76

53
207
174
149

48
Albania .."...". 160.180






124



ANTIENT GEOGRAPHir. INDEX.



Page

AMs,JEtbe 82

Alburnus 46

Alemanni, Almagne*"* 83

Alesia 55

Alesia, Atise 75

Alexandria 201

Alexandretta y or Scande-

rona 161

Al-Giafar 188

Allia 48

Allifx 42

Allobroges 74

Alpes Cottiae, Mount

Genevre 31.74

Graise, Little St.

Bernard- ...31.73. 74,
Julia;, or Carnicx 31
Lepontix, Tyrol 31,32
Maritime, Mari-
time Alps 28.31.73

74
Perminx, Great St.

Bernard 3 1.73. 74

Rhxticse 31

Summje, St. Goth-

ard ibid

Alpheus, Rofeo 95

Amanus 155

Amasea, Amasieh 140

Amastris, Amasreft 139

Amathus, Asselt 123. 166

Ambarri 76

Ambiani 79

Ambvacia 115

Amida, Kara Amid, or

Diar-Bekr 166

Amisenus Sinus 140

Amisia, Ems 82

Amisus, Samsoun 140

Amiternum 25.43

Ammochostus, Fama-

gosta 134

Ammonitis 171

Amorgus, Amor go 128

Amphilocia Ill

Amphilochium Argos,

Filoquia ibid.

Amphipolis, Jamboli-* 119

Amphissa, Salona 108

Amphrysus 113

Ampsagus, Wad-il-Kibir 191

Amycl* "? 94



Anactorium

Anagnia

Anaphe, Namfihio

Anapus

Anas, Guadiana

Anatno> Anah

Anatolia, Anadoli

Anauros

Anazarbus, Anzarbe

Anchesmus

Anchiale

Ancona. . .,



Page

111
35.37
128
52
69
174
136
114
155
103
154
35

Ancyra, Angora 140

Andematunum, Langres 76

Anderidum, Mende 75

Andes, or Andecavi, An-
gers

Andros, Andro 127

Anemurium, Auemur... 154

Anglii ^ 83

Angrivarii 83

Anio, Teverone 33.35.37

Antandrus, Antandro. .. . 144

Anthedon 105

Anticyra 107.113

Antilibanus 162

Antiocliia ad Pisidiam,

Ak-Skehr 156

or Antioch, An-

takia 161

Antirrliium 96.108

Antissiodurum^wjrerre 75

Anti-taurus 179

Antium, Anzio 36

Anxur, Terracina ibid.

Aornos, Telekan 184

Renos 186

Aous, Lao 120

Apamea 176

Cibotus 156

Fuinieh 162

Aperantia 132

Aphetas, Pefio, 113

Aphidnze 104

Aphrodisias, Gheira 150

Apia 92

Apollonia, Polma 120

Sizeboli 124

Marza Susa,

or Sosash, 198

Apulia, Puglia 43

Aquas Calids, Bath 58






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Page

Aquaj Sextia, Aix

Aquileia 29

Aquincum, or Acincum,

Buda 87

Aquitani 72

Aquitania ibid.

Prima 75

Secunda ibid.

Arabia 159.173

Deserta ibi d. ibid.

Felix- ibid.ibid.

Petrzea ibid.ibid.

Arachosia, Arrokhage- 183

Aracynthus 110

Aradus, Ravad 164

Ar<egeni, Bayeux 77

Arar, Saone 76

Araxes, or Phasis, Aras 179

Ararat ibid.

Arbela, Erbil 182

Arcadia 92. 97

Arcati Regia, Arcot 187

Arcliclais, Erkeli* 157

Ardea 48

Ardiscus 124

Arduenna Sylva, Forest

of Ardenne 80

Arelate, Aries 74

Areopolis 171

Arethusa 52


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