A History of Greece: From the Time of Solon to 403 B.C

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INDEX

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Abæ 257
Abdera 132, 205, 271, 487
Abronychus 248, 331, 332
Abydos 206, 210, 301, 868, 869, 872-3, 881, 883
Achæmenidæ 126
Achæmenes (brother of Xerxes) 245
Acharnæ:
beehive tomb at 2 (4n);
attacked by Archidamus 482-4
Achradina 310, 323
Acropolis, Athens 3, 40, 46, 59, 65, 104, 291, 303 ;
traces of Mykenæan palace at 2 ;
siege of 11 ;
altar to Peisistratid dynasty erected 72 ;
temple of Athena 74 ;
temple of Zeus 74 ;
desertion/garrison of 253-4 and (6n);
captured by Xerxes 258-9 ;
treasury at 416, 478, 530
Adeimantus (Athenian general) 892, 905, 921, 924
Adeimantus of Corinth, at Salamis 261, 271, 272
Admetus, King of Molossians 350
Adramyttium 120, 210
Æakes (son of Syloson) 142, 160, 162
Æakid heroes 262
Æantides of Lampsakus 68, 70
Æantis 34 (42n)
Ægean 10, 355, 361, 381 ;
commercial relations 419 ;
piracy in 558
Ægina 10, 261, 265, 271, 274, 282, 369-70, 370, 371, 373, 375, 381-2, 382, 927 ;
feud with Athens 105-6, 115-16 ;
submission to Darius 167-8, 173 ;
hostages taken 174-5, 218 ;
war against Athens 218-23, 225 ;
inhabitants removed to Thyrea 485 ;
inhabitants of Thyrea killed 592
Ægitium, Athenian defeat at 560
Ægospotami, battle at 303, 354, 405 (41n), 922-5
Aeimnêstus 290, 366
Ænesidemus 307, 311
Æpeia 49
Æropagus, Kleisthenes 85, 90-1
Æropagus, senate 37, 62
Æschines 33, 176-7, 536
Æschylus 188, 190, 206, 213, 266, 271, 408, 600
Ætna 320-1, 323, 326
Ætolia:
Demosthenes in 558-64 ;
defeat of Eurylochus in 562
Agariste 739-40
Agathokles 318
Agesandridas 854, 856-7
Agesippidas 679
Agetus 173
Agis II, king of Sparta 556, 567, 569 ;
campaigns 676-7 and (2n);
campaign against Argos 679-81 and (4n);
at battle of Mantinea 683-4, 685, 686-7 ;
attacks Attica 779-80, 808-9 ;
at Dekeleia 808-9, 813, 845, 857, 882, 892 ;
march through Boeotia 813 ;
and Chian revolt 815 ;
seeks to attack Athens 892-3 ;
interview with Lysander 922 ;
refers Athenian envoys to Sparta 927
Agis III, king of Sparta 27
Agoranomi 347
Agoratus, the informer 933
Agrigentum 304, 311, 314, 315, 318, 321-2, 326, 709, 782
Agylla 134
Akanthus 166, 216 ;
taken by Brasidas 608-11
Akarnania 308, 376 ;
Peloponnesian war in 513-14, 520 ;
campaigns of

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