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Endymlon, VI. 58 Entellus, t>. Dares Epiciinm, n. 307 Ephesus, I. 3H, 95 Erinna, poetess of Rhodes, 7th

cent. b.c. n. 101. Erymanthus, mountain in Arc-i.dis,

v. 19; VI. Ill Etna, VI. 203 Eudocia, wife of Theodosiua II.

5th cent. A.D., I. 10, 105 Eudoxia, daughter of the above,

wife of Valentlnian 3rd, I. 12 Euphemia, martyr, 4th cent. I.

12, 16

Ganymede, v. 65

Gelo, son of Deinomenes, tyrant

of Syracuse, 5th cent. B.C. VI.

214

Getae=Dadans, vl. 332 Glauce, v. Creon Glaucus, sea-god, dedications to,

vi. 164 Glaucus (who exchanged gifts with

Diomede, II. vi. 234), VI. 310 Gorgon's head, VI. 126 Gregory of Xyssa, brother of St.

Basil, I. 86

Hecuba, n. 175

Helen, II. 167

Helenus, Trojan prophet and

warrior, II. 155 Hephaestus, dedications to, VI.

101,117

Hepione, vi. 244 Hera, dedications to, VI. 133,

243, 244, 265, 341 Heracles, II. 135, dedications to,

VI. 3, 93, 114-116, 178, 351 Heraclitus, Ionian philosopher, 6th

cent. B.C. n. 354 Hermaphroditus, u. 102 Hermes, n. 296, dedications to,

VI. 5, 23, 28, 29, 63-65, 67, 68,

02, 100, 143, 144, 282, 294, 296,

(of the wayside) 299, 306, 309,

334, 346 Hero, beloved by Leander, who

swam over the Hellespont to

visit her and was finally drowned,

V. 263, 293 Herodotus, n. 377

Hesiod, II. 338

Hiero, tyrant of Syracuse, aftei

liis brother Gelo, VI. 214 Homer, n. 311 Homer, son of Moero, Poet of

Byzantium, about 280 B.C., II. 40«

lapygia, Greek name for S.B. of Italy, VI. 222

Ida, mountain in Phrygia, VI. 218

Ilythyia, v. Artemis

Ino (afterwards Leucothea), and her son Melicertes, afterwards Palaemon, drowned and turned into sea deities, dedications to, VI. 164, 223, 349

Inopus. river in Delos, VI. 273

lo, dedication to, VI. 150

Isauria, district in Asia Minor, u. 400

Isis, dedications to VI. 60, 231

Isthmus (of Corinth) and Isthmian Eames, VI. 246, 259

Itylus or Itys, son of Procne and Tereus. Procne killed him and served his flesh up to Tereus, who had cut out the tongue of iier sister Philomela. Procne was changed into a swallow, Philomela to a nightingale, Tereus to a hoopoe, V. 237

Joannes and Cyrus, r. Cyrus Juliana, Byzantine Princess, 6th

cent. a.d. I. 10, 12, 14-17 Justin I, Emperor, 518-527; I.

3, 97, 98 Justin II, Emperor, 565-578:

I. 2. 3 Justinian, Emperor, 527-565; I.

8, 91, 97, 98

Lacinium, promontory in Bruttium,

where Was a temple of Hera

VI. 265

Ladon, river of Arcadia, VI. Ill Lais, the celebrated courtesan,

VI. 1, 18-20, 71 Lampon, v. Clytius Lapithe, town in Thessaly, VI. 307 Lasion, town in Elis, vi. Ill Leander, i>. Hero

Leto (mother of Apollo and

Artemis), dedication to, VI, 215

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