Ancient Greece: A Sketch of Its Art, Literature & Philosophy Viewed in Connexion with Its External History from Earliest Times to the Age of Alexander the Great

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INDEX
AAHMES I,25
Aahmes II--see Amasis
Abae,429
Abaris,137
Abdera,186
Abu Simbel, colossi at, xv,43,144
Abydos,250
Academeia,408
Acanthus,337
Achaea, Athens and,294; in Peloponnesian War,336
Achaean supremacy,28-36; Homer's evidence relative to,64-70
Achaeans, origin of,7,75; conquerors of Aegaean peoples,28; capture Thebes,33; finer qualities, 35-36; inspire new religion,48; funeral customs,48,66
Achaemenes,248,254
Achaemenidae,189
Achaeus,75
Acharnians of Aristophanes,366
Achermus,224
Achilles,34,287
Achilles and Memnon group at Olympia,382
Achilles, Shield of,70-71
Achradina,341n.,342,405
Acragas,120,274,275,277,278,404; temples at,451
Acrocorinthus, xv,83
Acropolis, Athens, xviii, xxiv; early sculpture found at,227- 229; rebuilding on, under the Empire,290,297; theatre of Dionysus on, xxiv,310; pottery found at,475
Admetus,290
Aeacidae,221,222,281
Aeëtes,61
Aegae,424n.,434
Aegaean civilization,1-36; race,30, 31; language,37; age, approximate chronology,72-73
Aegicores,87n.
Aegina,142,179; remains of temple of Athene at,231-233; and sculpture,232; conflict with Athens,245, 293; joins Confederacy of Delos, 293; in Peloponnesian War,329
Aeginetan marbles,231-233; war,245
Aeginetans, at Salamis,266; Pindar and,281; in Peloponnesian War,329-330
Aegospotami,326,332,344,388
Aeneas, and the Elymi,118
Aeolians, origin of,75; migration of, 76-78
Aeolis, colonization of,76
Aeolus,75
Aeschines,429,430,439,440,441
Aeschylus, xvii; at Marathon,242, 310; description of Salamis,266, 267,312,315; intellectual quality, 278; and development of Attic drama,310; life,311; works,311- 319
Aesop,161n.
Aëtion,129
Agamemnon, and Mycenae,9; tomb of,10
Agamemnon of Aeschylus,317-318
Agarista,132,247
Agathocles,408
Agathon,424
Ageladas,226,309,382
Agesilaus,391,392,393,394,396,399
Agias,444
Agis,344,392n.
Agora, in Homer,67
Ahriman,185
Ajax of Sophocles,358-359
Alalia,123,274
Alaric,302
Alcaeus,128,167-168
Alcamenes,308
Alcestis of Euripides,362,363n.
Alcibiades, xxi,326,337,338,340, 342,343,345n.,367; on Socrates, 375

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