Ancient Greece: A Political, Social, and Cultural History

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INDEX
Abisares, 420
Abuleites, 413
Academus, 359
Academy, 359
Acanthus, 299
Acamania, 255
Achaea, 86, 153, 341
in the Bronze Age, 37
colonialization and, 94
in the Dark Age, 43
Dorian invasion and, 38
First Peloponnesian War and, 213
Peloponnesian War and, 254
Achaean League, 446, 450
Achaemenids, 179
Achaioi, 38
Acharnians (Aristophanes), 301, 347
Achilles (legendary hero), xiv, 55, 56, 61, 69, 80, 395, 402, 410, 460
Acropolis, 160, 241
Cylon's seizure of, 163
model of, 275f
Peisistratus' seizure of, 170
structures of, 274-281
Ada, Queen ( Caria), 404
Adeimantus, 357
Adonis (god), 63
Adultery, 59, 145
Aegae, 372, 373
Aegean, 2, 3, 78
discovery of civilization of, 11
Peloponnesian War and, 315-317
Aegean Sea, 2, 44
Aegina, 193, 213, 215, 242
Aegisthus (legendary figure), 224, 229
Aegospotami, 317, 318, 326, 327, 333, 335
Aelius Aristides, 473, 474
Aemilius Paulus, 473
Aeneas Tacticus, 368
Aeneid (Virgil), 473
Aeschines, 372, 386
Aeschylus, xv, 198d, 201, 260, 262, 345, 353, 363
analysis of work, 222-225
on Greek identity, 355
Persian wars and, 188, 197
Sophocles compared with, 263
Thucydides compared with, 265
women in works of, 234
Aetia (Callimachus), 457
Aetolia
in the Dark Age, 54-55
ethnos of, 87
Gauls and, 443
Lamian War and, 434
Aetolian League, 446
Africa, 6, 165
Afterlife, 65-66
Against Andocides (Lysias), 288
Against Eratosthenes (Lysias), 288
Agamemnon (legendary hero), 4, 11, 53, 56, 60, 61, 79, 90, 126, 225, 229, 334, 345
Agamemnon (Aeschylus), 224
Agathocles, 443
Agathos, 60, 95, 96, 98
Age of Heroes. See Heroic Age
Agesilaus II, King, 132, 288, 316, 331, 333, 363
Corinthian War and, 335, 336-337
Epaminondas and, 340
plan to invade Asia, 334
Sphodrias' acquittal and, 338
Agesilaus (Xenophon), 332
Agiads, 150
Agis II, King, 132, 311, 312, 316, 318, 323, 333-334
Agis IV, King, 450
Agoge, 450
Agōnes, 61, 128
Agora, 58
architecture of, 114-115
description of, 282-283
Agriculture, 2, 3-4, 6
in the Archaic Age, 96, 97, 99
in the Dark Age, 71
in fifth-century Attica, 243, 283-285
Peloponnesian War impact on, 326-327
Solon's reforms and, 164-165
in Sparta, 149
trade and, 242-243
Ahhiyawa, 25-28
Ai Khanum, 442
Airs, Waters, Places (treatise), 259
Aklēroi, 69
Alalia, 94
Alcaeus, 119, 120-121
Alcibiades, 198, 288, 299, 305, 312, 314, 317, 347
background of, 303-304
end of career, 316

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