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Athenaeus of Naucratis / The deipnosophists, or, Banquet of the learned of Athenæus
volume III (1854)

Index,   pp. [unnumbered]-1252


IND-EX. 
ABATES, a Cilician wine, 54. 
Abrotonum, a courtesan, mother of The- 
mistocles, 921. 
Abydenes, profligacy of the, 841. 
Academicians, bad character of some of 
the, 814. 
Acanthias, or thorny shark, 461. 
Acanthus, wine of, 50. 
Acatia, a kind of drinking cup, 740. 
Accipesius, question as to what fish in- 
tended, 462. 
Acesias cited, 828. 
Acestius cited, 828. 
Achreinas, a kind of loaf, 181. 
Achreus the Eretrian cited, 53, 104, 277, 
420, 425, 435, 579, 592, 593, 653, 654, 
673, 712, 743, 767, 796, 1025, 1066, 1100, 
1102.- 
Acharnus, a fish, 449. 
Achillean fountain, the, 71. 
Acorns, sea, 151. 
Acorns of Jupiter, 87. 
Acratopotes, a hero hossoured in Muny- 
chia, 64. 
Adaeus, surnamed the cock, defeated and 
killed by Chares, 853. 
Admus of Mitylene cited, 751, 967. 
Adespoti, freedmen among the Lacedse- 
monians, 427. 
Admete of Argos, story of, 1072. 
Adonis, a kind of fish, 525. 
Adramyttes, king of Lydia, 826. 
Adrian, wine so called, 54. 
A.acis, a kind of drinking cup, 739. 
Aigimius cited, 1028. 
JEginetans, their numerous slaves, 428. 
RElisus Asclepiades cited, 1080. 
Xmilianus of Mauritania, the gramma- 
rian, a Deipnosophist, 2. 
Eolian harmony, its character, 996; 
called afterwards Sub-Dolian, 997. 
REolus, a kind of fish, 503. 
£schines, his bad character, accord 
ing to Lysias, 975; cited, 349, 536, 
915. 
J~schylides cited, 1040. 
.Eschylus, invented scenic dresses, and 
arrayed the choruses of his plays, 35; 
his appeal to posterity, 548; accused 
of intemperance; 676; cited, 18, 28, 62, 
84, 111, 112, 120, 143, 145, 165, 265, 282, 
475, 497, 547, 571, 588, 592, 620, 634, 
664, 669, 706, 739, 748, 759, 764, 783, 
784, 789, 797, 805, 916, 957, 958, 961, 
1001, 1005, 1009, 1050, 1065, 1076, 1102, 
1120. 
Zfschylus the Alexandrian cited, 956. 
A.Zthlius cited, 1040, 1045. 
.iEtolians involved in debt by extrava- 
gance, 844. 
Affection of various animals for man, 
967. 
Agallis of Corcyra wrote on grammar, 
23. 
Agatharchides cited, 46, 250, 270, 387, 
395, 428, 466, 609, 844, 845, 862, 880, 
881, 1041. 
Agatho cited, 336, 703, 931. 
Agathocles, a favourite of Philip, 407. 
Agathocles of Atracia wrote on fishing, 
21. 
Agathocles of Babylon cited, 49, 592, 
825. 
Agathocles of Cyricus cited, 1039. 
Agathon cited, 287, 717, 846. 
Ageleli, a kind of loaves, 183. 
Agelochus cited, 87. 
*Agen, a satyric drama, question as todits 
author, 83. 
Agias cited, 1000. 
Agiastos cited, 144. 
Agis cited, 827. 
Aglais, the female trumpeter, her vora- 
city, 654. 
Aglaosthenes cited, 131. 
Agnocles the Rhodian cited, 567. 
Agnon the Academic cited, 961. 
Agron, king of the Illyrians, kills him- 
self with drinking, 695. 
Alban wine, two kinds of, 43, 54. 
Alcreus the Mitylenean, fond of drink- 
ing, 679; cited, 37, 63, 123, 178, 182, 
497, 584,. 628, .630, 644, 669, 670, 678, 
679, (poetic version, 1180,) 726, 767, 
1000, (1211,) 1076, 1083, 1098, 1104, 
1108. 
Alcetas the Macedonian, a great drinker, 
689. 


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