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247, 288. (Panltls = the weaver) 289, 297, (of Coryphasum — Pylos) 129, (of Iton, in Thessaly), 130 Ange, mother of Telephus (q.v.), by Heracles, n. 139

Bacchus, r. Dionysus

Basil I, Emperor, 9th century,

and his sons Constantine and

Leo (?), 1.109 Basil, St. bishop of Caesarea, 4th

cent. I. 86, 92

Beroea, in Macedonia, vi. 116 Blachernae, I. 2,120 Boeotia, VI. 343 Bosporus, VI. 341 Bruttium (south of Italy), VI. 132

Cabiri (mystical divinities), dedi-cations to, Boeotian VI. 245; Samothracian, VI. 164, 301 Caesar, Julius, II. 92 Caesarea, I. 92

Calchas, Homeric prophet, II. 52 Calchis, in Euboea, vi. 343 Canopus, in Egypt, vi. 142 Carpathian (sea near Rhodes),

VI. 245

Carthaeans, vi. 313 Casius Mons, near Antioch, where

was a temple of Zeus, VI. 332 Cassandra, II. 189 Charidemus, Athenian general, 4th

cent. D.c. n. 241 Chryses, priest, r. 11.1.; II. 86 Cimmeria = northern Europe, V.

223, 283 Clymene, beloved by the Sun God,

V. 223

Clytius, tampon, Pauthous, Thy-moetes (Trojan elders, v. 11. lii. 146), II. 246-255 Constantine, the Great, I. 10 Constantinople I. passim Corinth, VI. 49

Cosmas and Damian, saints and physicians (called the silverless, because the only fee they accept-ed was the conversion of their patients), I. 11 Cratinus, poet of the old Comedy,

II. 357

Creon, king of Corinth, whose daughter Glauce was poisoned by Medea, V. 288

494

Creusa, wife of Aeneas, II. 148 Cybele (or Rhea), the great Phrygian Goddess, crowned with towers, V. 260 ; dedications to VI. 51, 94, 173, 217-220, 234, 237,281

Cyrus and Joannes, physicians and martyrs under Diocletian, 3rd cent. I. 90 Cyrus the younger, n. 389 Cynthus, mountain in Delos, VI.

121

Cyzicus, city on the sea of Mar-mora, VI. 342

Damaretus, vi. 266 Damian, v. Cosmas Danae (wooed by Zeus in the form of a golden shower), V. 31, 33, 34, 217, 257

Daniel Stylites (5th cent. A.D.), I. 99 Daphnis (the mythical piperr

shepherd), VI. 73, 78 Dares and Entellus, boxers In

Aen. v. 368 etc.; u. 222 Deiphobus, Trojan, 2nd husband

of Helen, II. 1 Deloa, VI. 273

Delphi, dedications at, VI. 6, 49 Demeter, dedications to VI. 36, 40,

41, 95, 98, 104, 258; Chthoaian

or infernal--Persephone, 31 Democritus, philosopher of Abdera

in Thrace, 5th cent. B.o. II. 131 Demophoon, lover of Phyllis, who

killed herself believing that he

had deserted her, V. 265 Demosthenes, II. 23 Dindymus, mountain In Phrygia.

where Cybele was worshipped!

VI. 45, 281 Diomedes, VI. 49 Dionysius, St. the supposed author

of writings on the hierarchy of

angels, I. 88 Dionysus, dedications to, VI. 44,

45, 56, 74, 77, 87, 134, 140,

142, 154, 159, 165, 169, 172,

339, 355

Dioscuri, Castor and Pollux, dedi-cations to, VI. 149 Dryads, dedications to, VI. 176

Echo, nymph, beloved by Narcusus, VI, 79, 87

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