INDEX

[The compilation of this Index has been greatly assisted by the Geographical and Historical Index prepared by Mr. Tiddeman for the later editions of Arnolds Thucydides.

The subdivision of the chapters not agreeing in different editions, each chapter is referred to in three parts, marked, init., med., fin.]

A.
Abdera, situation of, ii. 97 init.; Nymphodorus of Abdera, ii. 29.
Abydos, a Milesian colony, viii. 61 init.; revolts to the Lacedaemonians, ib.62; Strombichides recalled from, ib.79 med.; the Peloponnesian head-quarters, ib. 102-108.
Acamantis, an Athenian tribe, iv. 118 fin.
Acanthus, an Andrian colony, iv. 84 init.; revolts from Athens, ib.84- 88; provision respecting, in the treaty between Lacedaemon and Athens, v. 18, § vi; speech of Brasidas at, iv. 85-87, 114 med., 120 med.; Acanthian troops with Brasidas, ib. 124 init.
Acanthus, a Lacedaemonian, swears to the Treaty of Peace and the Alliance, v. 19 med., ib. 24 init.
Acarnan, eponymous hero of Acarnania, ii. 102 fin.
Acarnania, named after Acarnan, ii. 102 fin.; opposite to Cephallenia, ii. 30 fin.; invaded by the Ambraciots, ib.80-82; the Acarnanians always carry arms, i. 5 fin.; skilful slingers, ii. 81 fin., vii. 31 fin.; their common council, iii. 105 init.; allies of Athens [except Oeniadae, ii. 102 init.], ii. 7 fin., 9 med., 68 fin., iii. 95 med., 102 med., iv. 77 med., 89, 101 med., vii. 57 fin., 60 fin., 67 med.; expedition of Phormio against Oeniadae, ii. 102; request as their commander a relation of Phormio, iii. 7; attack Leucas, iii. 94 init. med.; defeat the Ambraciots, ib.105-113; conclude a treaty with Ambracia, ib. 114 med.; colonise Anactorium, iv. 49.
Acesines, a river in Sicily,iv. 25 med.
Achaea [in Peloponnesus], restored by the Athenians, i. 115 init. [cp. i. 111 fin.]; redemanded from the Lacedaemonians by Cleon, iv. 21 med.; resettled by the Lacedaemonians, v. 82 init.; [Achaeans, early name of Hellenes, i. 3 med.]; [found Scionè on return from Troy, iv. 120 init.]; [not allowed to join in the foundation of Heraclea, iii, 92 fin.]; founders of Zacynthus, ii. 66; allies of the Athenians, i. 111 fin.; at first neutral, except the Pellenes, ii. 9 init.; support the Peloponnesian in the engagement off Erineus, vii. 34 init.

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