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Polyeuctus, martyr. 3rd cent.

I. 10 Polyidus, soothsayer (?) t>. II. V.

148, but there is also a dithy-

rambic poet of this name about

400 b.c. n. 42 Polyxena, daughter of Priam, II.

196

Pompey, n. 398 Poseidon, II. 65, dedications to,

VI. 4, 30, 38, 69, 70, 90, 246,

(Isthmian) 233 Praxiteles, the celebrated sculptor,

4th cent. b.c., v. 15; VI. 317 Priapus, dedications to, VI. 21, 22,

102, 254, (of the beach) 33, 89,

192, 193,232,292 Prometheus, vi. 352 Ptolemy I, VI 277 Pylaemenes, VI. 241 Pyrrhus, r. .Neoptolemus Pyrrhus, king of Epirus, 3rd cent.

B.C. VI. 130 Pythagoras, n. 121 Pvtho = Delphi, VI. 141

Rhea, v. Cybele

Rhodes, Colossus of, VI. 171

St. Sophia, I. 1

Samothracian deities, v. Cabiri

Sangarius, river in Asia Minor, VI.

220, 234 Sappho, II. 69 Sarpedon, Trojan hero, killed by

Patroclus, n. 277 Saturnalia, vi. 322 Satyrs, dedication to, VI. 41 Seleucus (several kings of Syria

bore this name), VI. 10 Serapis, Egyptian god, dedications

to, VI. 148 Simonides, of Ceos, 6th and 5th

cent. B.C. n. 45

Sophia, wife of Justin II. I., 2,11 Sophocles, VI. 145 Stesichorus, lyric poet, 7th cent. B.o.

n. 125

Strymon, river In northern Greece,

VI. 208

Sun-god, dedications to, VI. 171 Symaethus, river in Sicily, VI. 203 Syrian goddess, t>. Astarte

Tantalus, V. 236

Taphii or Teleboae, inhabitants

of islands off the west coast of

Greece, II. 369 : VI. 6 Teleboae, t>. Taphii Telephus, wounded by Achilles (p.

note, page 285), V. 225, 291 Terpander, poet and musician,

7th cent. b.c. n. Ill Theodora, wife of Justinian, I. 91 Theodoras (Byzantine official), I.

36, 97, 98

Theodoras (Martyr, a.d. 306), I. 8 Theodosius I, Emperor, 379-395,

I. 10 Theodosius II, Emperor, 408-450

I. 105 Thespiae, city of Boeotia. VI. 344,

dedication to, 260 Thucydides, n. 372 Thymoetes, v. Clytius Tiberius, dedication to, VI. 235 Tmolus, mountain in Lydta, vi.

234 Trachis, city in the north of Greece,

VI. 3

Trajan, VI. 332 Trophimus, St. supposed first

bishop of Aries, I. 18 Tyrrhenian == Etruscan, vi. 151, 350

Ulysses, v. Odysseus Virgil, n. 414 Xenophon, n. 388

Zephyr, dedication to, vi. 63

Zeus, dedications to, VI. 84, 135, (Casian) 332, (Liberator) 50, (Per-fector) 242, (Panomphoean=au­thor of all oracles), 52

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