Troja: Results of the Latest Researches and Discoveries on the Site of Homer's Troy, 1882

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INDEX.
NOTE.--Besides the usual abbreviations, such as Pr. for Promontory, R. for River, &c; c. 1, c. 2, &c., stand for the 1st city, 2nd city, &c., on Hissarlik; Il. for the Greek and Roman Ilium; tum. for tumulus.Names of Places generally refer to the prehistoric antiquities found there; Museums to the like objects preserved in them.Names of Persons generally imply that they are cited as authorities, or their works quoted.SMALL CAPITALS indicate references to other articles.To avoid repetition of the word Acropolis, all the buildings described belong to the strata on the hill, unless otherwise specified.The whole Index (like the work itself) must be regarded as supplemental to that of the Author's Ilios.ABRAHAM. ACROPOLIS. A.
Abraham; money transactions with Abimelech and the Hittites, 302.
Acanthus-leaf, of capital, 213.
Achaeium, Talian Kioi, 311, 312, 342.
Achates, 254.
Achilles; site of combat with Hector, 65; helmet crest, 107; human sacrifices, 162; tent, 284; shield, 35, 332.
Achilles, tumulus of, on C. Sigeum; unanimous tradition for, 17, 27, 242, 243, 343, 344; within the ancient Achilleum (q. v.), ib.; called Thiol and Cuvin, ib.; conspicuous fr. the sea, as in Homer, 243-4, 250; leave obtained, 244; work begun, 245; dimensions, ib.; pretended exploration by a Jew for Count Choiseul- Gouffier, 245; his false statements, 246-7; succession of strata in shafts, 246; no trace of burial 247 (see CENOTAPHS); a very ancient arrowhead (q. v.) of bronze, ib.; archaic Greek wheel-made poetry (q. v.), referable to 9th cent. B.C.; besides some older on the ground, and some later, 248-250; one whorl, 250.
Achilleum (Koum Kaleh), on C. Sigeum; site strewn with architectural fragments and pottery, 243; not extant in Pliny's time, 344.
Acropolis of Athens. (See ATHENS.)
----- of Second City; plan of (VII. at end of work), 14; site levelled for, and extended to the S. and E., 53, 89, 181; foundations of its six great edifices (q. v.), 53, 62; walls and towers (q. v.), 54; its three gates (q. v.), 62; the royal and sacred quarter of Troy, 99. (See ILIUM.)
----- of Ilium. Hellenic well in, 19; temples (q. v.), 196, f. (See Ilium)
----- (others in Troad; see arts.); Alex. Troas, 341; Assos, 316-7; Cebrené, 275; Eski-Hissarlik, 269; Gergis, on Bali Dagh, 264.

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