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Leucas, island on the west coast

of Greece, VI. 251 Leucothea, v. Ino Locri (western, in Italy), VI. 132 Lucania, VI. 129, 130 Lycomedes, at whose court Achilles

was brought up as a girl, v. 255 Lycoris, peak of Parnassus, VI. 54 Lyctus, city in Crete, VI. 75

Machaon, Homeric surgeon, son of

Asclepius, V. 225 Maeander, river in Lydia, VI. 110,

286, 287 Maenalus, mountain in Arcadia,

vi. 112 Mardrocles, of Samoa, architect,

VI. 341

Marcellus, VI. 101 Melampus, supposed founder of

prophecy and medicine, H. 243 Melicertes, r. Ino Melite (Malta or Meleda ?), I. 97 Menander, comic poet, 4th cent.

n.o. u. 361 Menelaus, n. 165 Michael, Emperor, 9th cent. A.D.

I. 106, 107

Moon-goddesa, dedication to, VI. 58 Muses, dedications to, VI. 62, 66, 295, 308, 310, 336, 338

Naucratis (in the Delta), VI. 207 Nemea, games of (in the Pelopon-nesus), VI. 259 Neoptolemus or Pyrrhus, son of

Achilles, II. 56, 192 Nereus, dedications to, VI. 164 Nero, dedication to, VI. 321, 328 Nicolas, St, Bishop of Myra, 3rd

century, I. 89

Xiobe, who when turned into

stone, did not cease to mourn

for her children's death, v. 229

Kilns, hermit and theological

writer, 4th cent. A.D. I. 100 Nymphs, dedications to, vi. 25, 26, 154, 156, 159, 203, (of Ani-grus) 189. (of the Grotto) 224

Odrysae, people of Thrace, vi. 122 Odysseus, II. 172 : VI. 314 Oedipus, VI. 323

Oenone, nymph beloved by Paris, II. 215

496

Oeta, mountain in Thessaly, VI. 3 Olybrius, v. Placidia Omphale, Queen of Lydia, VI. 358 Orbelus, mountain in Macedonia,

VI. 114-116

Orchomenus (in Arcadia), vi. 109 Ortygia=Delos, VI. 121, 273

Paeanian, the " ilcine " of Demos-thenes, II. 23 Palaemon, r. Ino Palaephatus, mythical (?) epic poet

of Athens, II. 36 Pallas, v. Athena Pallene, isthmus of, VI. 195 Pan, dedications to, VI. 11-16, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 42, 57, 73, 78. 79, 82, 96, 99, 106-109, 154, 158, 167, 168, 170, 176, 177, 179-188, 196, 221, 232, 334 Panthous, v. Clytius Paris, II. 215 Patroclus, vi. 49 Fausanias, victor of Plataea, 479

B.C. VI. 197, ti. Thuc. I. 132 Peitho, goddess of persuasion, V.

137, 195, dedications to, VI. 55 Pellene, city of Achaea, vi. 151 Pelorium, promontory of Sicily,

VI. 224

Penelope, VI. 289, 314 Pericles, II. 117 Pherecydes, teacher of Pythagoras,

II. 351

Philip, son of Demetrius, king of Macedonia, 2nd cent. B.o. VI. 114-116

Philomela, e. Itylus Pholoe, mountain in Elis, vi. 3,

111

Phrygia (Burnt), VI. 281 Phryne (the courtesan), VI. 260 Phyllis, ». Demophoon Piraeus, VI. 349 Pisa (near Olympia), VI. 350 Piso, dedication to, VI. 335 Placidia, daughter of Eudoxla (q.v.) and Valentinian III., wife of Olybrius, I. 12 Plate, 1. 34 Plato, n. 97 Polycarp, martyr, 2nd cent. 1.

87,89

Polyclitus, the celebrated sculptor, 5th cent. B.C., v. 15

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