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Archytas of Tarentum, supposed letter of Bosporus, the town and kingdom of,
Plato to, 508.

xiv. 2.
Argaeus, a rival of Philip, supported by Bottiaei, 11.
Athens, 8. 13.

Boulair, ten miles and a half north of
Argives oppose the destruction of Athens Gallipoli, 171.

at the end of the Peloponnesian war, Brighton, downs about, compared with
346 (text).

neighbourhood of Gallipoli, 171.
Ariobarzanes, satrap of Phrygia, revolts Brougham, Lord, on the repetitions in

against Artaxerxes Mnemon, 166. 342. the speeches of Demosthenes, 231,
Aristodemus the actor employed by Athe- 232. 236, 237 b, 238.

nians to sound Philip after his capture Burke, his fastidiousness, 20 b.
of Olynthus, 119 b. 254.

his style compared with that of
Aristolaus, 505 b (text).

Demosthenes, 229.
Aristonicus, two persons of the name, Byzantium, attacked by Philip, xxiii. 178.
553 b.

201. 257. 275 b.
Aristophon of Collytus, and of Azenia,

siege of, an epoch in the his.
184. 437 ; probably the same, 441. tory of siege-machines, 446.
the archon, 437.

foundation of, 447 b.
Aristotle, not a teacher of Demosthenes,
settles in Athens, ibid.

year of his birth and death,

Cadmeia, seizure of, by Phoebidas, 46 b.
Arrangement of topics and arguments in 80. 373. 451.
Orations, 399 b.

Calauria, Demosthenes dies there, xxxii.
Artabazus, a general of Xerxes, mas- Callaeschrus an ambassador from Athens

sacres the old inhabitants of Olynthus, to Thebes, 501.

Callias, ó Onubotos at Athens, 44.
a satrap in the n. w. of Asia

of Calcbis in Euboea, 119, 270 b.
Minor, assisted by the Thebans against -, son of Hipponicus, peace of, 349.
Artaxerxes Ochus, 312; and by Chares, Callicrates, an architect of the Parthenon,
90. 313.

Artaxerxes Ochus invades Egypt, 271. Callipolis, the modern Gallipoli, 171.

; point of disembarkation for
Artemisia, queen of Caria, 127. 338. allied troops in the Russian war, ibid.
erects the Mausoleum, 359.

· present population of, ibid.
Arthmius of Zeleia, 218 b.

Callippus of Paeania proposes a decree at
Article separated from participle, 141 b. Athens, 162 b.
Athena, cbryselephantine statue of, in Callistratus, the famous orator, xviii. 4.
Parthenon, 308.

Campbell, Thomas, his translation of an
-, Promachus, and Polias, statues epigram, 544 b.
of, on Acropolis, ibid.

Cardia in the Thracian Chersonese, 127.
Athenodorus the Athenian, proceedings 162.
of in Thrace, 168.

hostile to Athens, 168.
Atticus, a βιβλιογράφος, 24.

occupied by Philip, 216 b.
Arybbas, or Arymbas, grandfather of Carystus in Euboea, 161.
Pyrrhus of Epirus, 27.

Cassiope in Corcyra, 159 b.

- Portus in Chaonia, ibid.

Cavalry, number of Athenian, 86.

Celtic compared with Greek, 490.
Barretor, the common, compared with a Cephalus, a statesman never accused,
συκοφάντης, Χxii.

516. 528.
Battalus, orthography of, 3.

Cepbisodotus commands the Athenians
-, origin and meaning of, 497 b. in the Hellespont, 167.
Berisades a competitor for the sovereignty Cephisophon advocates the peace with
of Thrace, 168.

Philip, and supports Aeschines against
Bias, meaning of, 122.

Ctesiphon, 413 b.
Bloomsbury, St. George's Church in, an Cersobleptes, son of Cotys, prince of
imitation of the Mausoleum, 359.

Thrace, 167.
Boeotia, states of, confederated with

an ally of Athens, not in-
Thebes, 368.

cluded in the peace with Philip, 170.

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Cersobleptes submits to Philip, 173. Coroneia, connexion of, with Thebes, 125.
Chabrias commands an Athenian force in Cottyphus, president of Amphictyons,
the Corinthian war, 89 b. 373.

483 b.
--defeats Lacedaemonians at Naxos, Cotys, a prince of Thrace, 166.
288 b.

Cranon, battle of, xxxi.
Chaeroneia, battle of, xxv. 514. 520. Creon, a second-class character in An-
Chalcidice, towns of, taken by the Athe- tigone, 498 b.
nians, 13.

Cresphontes, a character in a play of Eu-
-, conquest of, by Philip, 15. ripides, 498.
Chalcis in Euboea, 17.

Crithote in Thracian Chersonese, 166.
connexion of, with Athens, 179 b. Cromnus, near Megalopolis, 365.
importance of, 180.

Crowning of Demosthenes on four oc-
Chalcus, a burglar at Athens, 7.

casions, 444.
Chares, the Athenian general, 90.

Ctesiphon proposes it once, xxv. 393.
promises of, a proverb, 100 b. Cunaxa, battle of, 347 b.

assists Artabazus in his revolt, Curran on extempore speaking, 20 b.

Curvature of horizontal lines in Athenian
plunders allies of Athens, 337. architecture, 299. 309.
Charidemus, a leader of mercenaries, em- Cynthus, inhabitants of described, 293 b.
ployed by Cotys in Thrace, 167.

made a citizen of Athens,
169. 461.
Aies to the court of Darius,

Chersonese, the Thracian, 141 b.

Dascylium, the satrapy of, 260 b.
Alcibiades resides there, 165. Dativus Ethicus, 496 b.

history and connexion of, Deceleic 81. 452.
with Athens, 161–172.

Deinarchus, an enemy of Demosthenes,
towns in, 449.

v. xxxiv.
under the Persians, 165. Demades proposes peace with Philip,
Choragus, duties and expenses of, 530. xxvi. 542.
Cicero compared with Demosthenes, xxi. ;

heads an embassy to Alex-
in abuse, 488. 546.

ander, xxviii.
translates the 'De Corona,' 396.

proposes a sentence of death
apparently imitates Demosthenes, against Demosthenes, xxxii.

as a financial minister, 56.
error of, in Greek, 490.

56 b.
his opinion of Demosthenes, xxxii.

his character and antecedents,
Cineas, the ambassador of Pyrrhus, a 541 b.
pupil of Demosthenes, 5 b.

Demochares the nephew of Demosthenes,
Cirrha, or Crissa, 482.

xxxiii. note.
Cleitarchus, a creature of Philip, makes Dercyllidas the Spartan fortifies the neck

himself master of Eretria in Euboea, of the Thracian Chersonese, 166.
226 b.

Dercyllus, an envoy on the third em-
expelled by Athenians, 270 b. bassy' to Philip, 13.
Cleitomachus, an ambassador to the Diondas, an enemy of Demosthenes, 517.

Peloponnese with Demosthenes, 228 Dionysiac festivals, 95 b. 534.

Dionysius the younger, of Syracuse, 273
Cleobule, the mother of Demosthenes, 11. b.
Cleonae, near Argos, 45).

Halic., his opinion of Demos-
Climax, examples of, 497.


Collytus, township of, 498 b.

Dionysus, Sabazian, 53).
Columns, inclination of, on Acropolis at Diopeithes, an Athenian commander in
Athens, 300. 310.

the Chersonese, 170.
Corinth, the war of, or ó Kopulakòs

the father of Menander, 171.
πόλεμος, 89. 451 b.

Diotimus demanded from Athenians by
Corinthians oppose the destruction of Alexander, 461.

Athens at the end of the Pelopon- Dolopes, an insignificant people, 434 b.
nesian war, 346 b.

Doriscus in Thrace, 195.
Corn, whence exported to Athens, 446. Drachma, its weight and value, 92.

Drongilus in Thrace, 188.

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Gui: bard, Claude, of Lyons, describes

the spoliation of the Mausoleum, 357.

Gylon, the maternal grandmother of De-

mosthenes, xü. 3.
Ecbinus in Acarnania, 216 b.

in Phthiotis, ibid.
Egypt, its revolt from Persia, 244. 340.
343 b.

Eion, on the Strymon, 289.
Elateia, its position and history, 137. Haemus, the Balkan or Emineh Dagh,

seized by Philip, xxiv. 477. 484. 173.
492 (text).

Haliartus, battle of, 87. 450 b, 451 b.
Eleusis, road to, from Athens, 496. Halicarnassus (Boudroum), excavations
Elgin marbles, 307.

and discoveries there, 354.
Elis, Philip gains a footing in, 159. Halonnesus, dispute about island of,
213 b.

between Philip and Athenians, 144.
--, massacres there, 236.

Halus or Alus, on the Pagasaean gulf,
Entasis of columns, 300. 310.

Epaminondas invades Laconia, 362.

besieged by Parmenio, Philip's
founds Megalopolis, 363. general, 106.
Epithets sparingly used by Demosthenes, Harpalus, his alleged bribery of Demos-

thenes, xxx.
Ernulf, Bishop of Rochester, his ana- Hegemon, a partizan of Philip, 542.
thema, 559 b.

Hegesippus, the supposed author of the
Erskine, correction of his speeches, 20 b. speech on Halonnesus, 145.
his speech for Hatfield, 547 b.

-, an envoy to Philip, ibid.
Euboea, affairs of, 24.

called & Kpoßulos, 440.
Thebans driven from it by Athe- Heiresses exempt from the trierarchy,
nians, 86 b.

320 b.
Athenian expeditions to, 373. Hellen, an Anglo-Saxon word, 551 b.

, intrigues of Philip in, 118 b. Hierax, an ambassador from Amphipolis
130. 185 b.

to Athens, 24 (text).
Eubulus, the orator and statesman, 437. Hieromnemones, 481 b.

Horse-keeping at Athens, 557.
Eunomus of Thria, xix.

Hypaethral temples, 306.
Eurylochus, one of Philip's generals, Hyperides, or Hypereides, the prosecutor

of Demosthenes in the affair of Har.
Evagoras of Cyprus, 273.

palus, xxx.


I, & J.


Festival of Fools, practical joking at,

467 b.
Fontanus of Bruges describes the spo-

liation of the Mausoleum, 357.
Fortune, a great power with Demos-

thenes, 121 b. 456. 550 b.
Fustigatio, not a pure Latin word, 193 b.

Ictinus, an architect of the Parthenon,

Idrieus of Caria, a successor of Mausolus,

127. 273.
Illyrians, geographical position of, 27.
Imbros ravaged in the Social war, 461 b.
Imperfect tense, illustration of its mean-

ing, 223 b.
Jones, Sir W., translates Isaeus, xvi.

his Ode in imitation of
Alcaeus, 549.
Isaeus, a teacher of Demosthenes, xv. 5.
Ischander, the tpayodorolós, 498 b.
Isocrates, not a teacher of Demosthenes,

compared with him, xvii.
Justinian removes columns from the Par.

thenon to the church of Santa Sophia
at Constantinople, 304.


Geraestus in Euboea, 77. 95.

Athenian merchantmen cap-
tured there by Philip's cruisers, 118 b.
Glaucis or Glaucothea, the mother of

Aeschines, 472.
Glaucus an athlete, 556.


Kassopo, gulf of, 159 b.
Knights of St. John of Jerusalem carry

off the materials of the Mausoleum,


Lampsacus given to Chares by Arta-
bazus, 48.

-, point of embarkation for
Thracian Chersonese, 171.
Lasthenes betrays Olynthus to Philip,

223. 428 b.
Lemnos, a refuge for defendants with a
bad case, 91 b.

-, lost to Athens by the battle of
Aegospotami, 148 b.
Leosthenes, the Athenian general in the

Lamian war, xxxi.
Letter, of Philip to Olympias, intercepted

and returned unopened by Athenians,

Leucas, now Santa Maura, 216.
Libanius, account of, I.
Limitations, statute of, in Athenian law,

468 b.
Loius, a Macedonian month, 486 b.
Longinus, his comparison of Cicero and

Demosthenes, xxxix.
Lucian on the Mausoleum, 357.
Lycidas the Athenian, 507 b.
Lycurgus, the orator and statesman, de-
manded from the Athenians by Alex.
ander, 228 b. 553.

Martial on the Mausoleum, 357.
Mastura in Thrace, 188.
Mausoleum, description of, 353-359.
Mausolus of Caria, 336.
Mecyberna near Olynthus, 11.
Medocus or Amadocus, a prince of Thrace,

Megalopolis, foundation and history of,

Megara, an object of Philip's attacks,
209. 215 b.

conspiracy there, 437 b.
Megarians, quarrels of, with the Co.

rinthians and Athenians, 60. 292.
Melanchthon called Wolf, . Lycius,'121 b.
Melantus, an enemy of Demosthenes,

Melinophagi, near Salmydessus on the

Euxine, 239.
Meltem, the Turkish term for the Etesian

wind, 94.
Menelaus, a foreigner, commands the

Athenian cavalry, 91 b.
Menestheus, son of Iphicrates, 388.
Menon, the Pharsalian, assists the Athe-
nians against Brasidas, 289.

not the same as the Menon of
the · Anabasis,' ibid.
Mentor the Rhodian, 243.
Messene, a dependency of Sparta, 136 b.
Messenia, connexion of with Athens and

Sparta, 260.
Messenians established in Megalopolis,

364. 375.
Miltiades leads a colony to the Cher-

soncse, 165,
Miltocythes, a chieftain in Thrace, 167.
Milton imitates Demosthenes, 535 b.
Mnesicles, an architect of the Propylaea

at Athens, 297.
Molossus, an Athenian general, succeeds

Phocion in Euboea, after the battle of
Tamynae, 119.
Money, value of, at Athens, 92.
Months, Athenian division of, 422 b.
Montius, the name preserved in Monti, 1.
Mouravieff, the Russian general, 88.
Mylasa, the ancient capital of Caria, 355.
Mysteries at Eleusis, 53 b.
Mystica Vannus, 533.



Macedonia alleged to have been depend-
ent on Athens, 151 b.

natives of, not regarded as
Hellenes, 215.
Macedonian kings, alleged descent of,

from kings of Argos, 500 b.
Magnesia in Thessaly, 26 b. 41. 139.
Mandragora, 235.
Mantineia broken up and re-established,

battle of, and its consequences,
365, 370.
Margites, Alexander so called by Demos-

thenes, xxvi.
Marathon, oath by those who fell there,

509 b.
Maroneia in Thrace, 76.

dispute between it and Thasos
about Stryme, 275 b.


Napier on unity of command, 22.
Naupactus, now Lepanto, 216.
Nausicles, an Athenian general and friend

of Aeschines, 460 b.
Nausinicus, valuation of, 457. 494.
Navarchus, a Spartan title, 500.
Naxos, battle of, 288 b.

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Neoptolemus the actor, an agent of Parmenio, one of Philip's generals, 224.
Philip at Athens, 119 b.

Parricide against the State, 547 b.
Newton, Mr., his excavations at Bou- Parthenon, description of, 303–311.
droum, 358.

Peace, treaty of with Alexander, 382.
Novemdialia sacra, 525.

Peace of 346 B.C., antecedents, nego-

tiation, and results of, 104-115.

Pella, contemptuously described as Phi.

lip's birth-place, 150. 436 b.

Penestae of Thessaly, 289.
Oath, celebrated one of Demosthenes, Peparethus, island of, 145.
509 b.

laid waste by Philip, 437.
Oaths, solemnities in taking, 474 b. Perdiccas of Macedon, a mistake about,
Odrysae in Thrace, 173 b.

289 b.
Oenomaus, 498 b. 524.

Pericles secures the Oeupiká to the Athe-
• Old man eloquent,' originally Isocrates, nians, 55. 417 b.

sends 1000 colonists to the Cher-
Olynthus, history of, 11-16.

sonese, 165.
application of to Athens for Perilaus, a traitor of Megara, 429 (text),
aid, 14. 38.

546 b.
captured by Philip, 15.

Perinthus attacked by Philip, 201. 257.
Onomarchus, with the Phocians, defeats 275.

the Macedonians in Thessaly, 38 b. Persia, an alliance of the Athenians with,

recommended by Demosthenes, 228.
Orchomenus in Boeotia, 369.

Personalities of Demosthenes and Aes.
connexion of, with Thebes, chines, 539 b, 540.

Pherae occupied by Philip, 159. 193.
in Arcadia, 372.

Philammon the Athlete, 556.
Orens in Euboea, intrigues of Philip Philip of Macedon described as Báplapos,
there, 180. 193, 438.

position of, 186.

character of, 44.
attacked by Philip, 215 b.

proceedings of (B.C.
liberation of by Athenian troops, 358 - 351), 75-78.
270 b. 442 b.

Orgas, the border land between Athens the peace of B.c. 346, 129, 130. 420.
and Megara, 292.

Oropus, position of and law-suit about,

general description of
4. 371. 453 b.

his progress and power, 213.
Orphans exempt from the trierarchy, Philip (I.) of France compared with Philip

of Macedon, 264 b.
Ozolian Locrians, 486.

Philippi, formerly Crenides, 76.
Philistides, a creature of Philip, rules at

Oreus in Euboea, 215 b. 438. 443


Philo, a connexion of Aeschines, 554
Paeania, demus of, 162 b.

Paeonians, position of, 27.

Philochorus, author of the Atthis, 258.
-, conquered by Philip, ibid. Philocrates proposes the peace with
Pagasae, captured by Philip, 26 b. 77. Philip, 105. 156 b.
Panaetius the Stoic, on the principles of

exiled, 440.
Demosthenes, 396.

an enemy of Demosthenes,
Panathenaea, 95 b. 462 b.

527 (text).
Panathenaic procession, 307.

Phlius, relations of, with Athens, Thebes,
Panemus, a Macedonian month, 486 and Sparta, 292 b. 374 b.

the modern · Polyfengs,' 293.
Pangaeus Mons, now Pirnari, 173 b. Phocian war, 38 b. 410 b.
Panticapaeum or Kertch, xü. 3.

Phocians crushed by Philip after the
Parallelism, want of, in the buildings of peace of B.c. 346, 113–115.
the Acropolis at Athens, 298.

Phocion, both Statesman and General,
Paralus, the Sacred Trireme, so called,

49 b.

at the battle of Tamynae, 119.
Paris, condition of in A.D. 1609, 7.

repels Philip at Byzantium, 443.

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