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Full text of "Sources for Greek history between the Persian and Peloponnesian wars"

SOURCES FOR GREEK HISTORY 



G. F. HILL 



HENRY FROWDE, M.A. 

PUBLISHER TO THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD 




LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND NEW YORK 



SOURCES 



FOR 



GREEK HISTORY 



BETWEEN THE PERSIAN AND 
PELOPONNESIAN WARS 



COLLECTED AND ARRANGED 

BY 

G. F. HILL, M.A. 

OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM 



AT THE CLARENDON PRESS 
1897 



DP 

,5 



ALFREDI GOODWIN 



MEMORIAE 



PREFACE 



THE object of this book is primarily educational. 
The student of history is too apt to study it not in the 
light of ancient authorities, but in the reflections of 
modern writers. He is hardly to blame. His time as 
a rule is short, and the vast majority of the ancient 
authorities are only accessible at a considerable expen- 
diture of trouble, and sometimes of money. Yet it is 
only by a careful balancing of these authorities (even 
the most worthless) that the mind can be trained to 
form an accurate estimate of their value. Doubtless 
it is unfair to judge the best of them in the excerpted 
form in which they appear in this collection ; yet it 
has seemed better to have them thus than not at all. 

Secondarily, this book may perhaps be of some use 
to the more advanced scholar, who is able to explore 
his sources for himself, but who may be glad to have 
a certain number of them at hand for ready reference. 

I have been careful to i edit ' the authorities as little 
as possible, leaving explanations to the teacher 1 . Of 

1 For an occasional suggestion I must not disclaim responsibility ; 
e. g.*A.yeppos (a Makedonian name) in III. 272 ; XaXKidfjs in II. 19 (i.) 44 
(cf. Strabo, xiv. 464 : (Ira Xdhiudels [at] 6 rfjs xfppoj/ijcrov tVfyios- rf)S Tr)ia>v 
KOI 'Epu0paia>v). 



vi PREFACE. 

course, in so far as a particular grouping has to be 
adopted, it is impossible to avoid expressing a certain 
amount of conviction ; but, apart from this, the reader 
has been left free in each case to choose his own 
interpretation. 

The title gives but an approximate idea of the scope 
of the work. The collection of sources has ceased 
where Thucydides takes up his direct narrative, so 
that the quarrel which precipitated the Peloponnesian 
War has been excluded. An absolutely complete 
collection of passages bearing on the history of the 
Pentekontaetia would require many volumes, in which 
all the authorities should be printed in full, and art, 
literature, and philosophy be represented along with 
politics and biography. In default of this, an attempt 
has been made to include such passages relating to the 
former matters as most directly concern history in the 
narrower sense of the word. Constitutional antiquities 
have been similarly dealt with, and from the side of 
historical development rather than with the object 
of describing the actual working of the constitution. 
The printing of the two great historians and of the 
'A&yvai&v TloXtreia has been dispensed with for want 
of space, and because they can best be supplied from 
the shelves of those who are likely to consult this 
work. 

In printing the inscriptions I have followed the 
system adopted by Dittenberger in his Sylloge, as being, 
with all its shortcomings, the best substitute for a 
facsimile. Where possible, the texts of inscriptions 
have been compared with facsimiles, and this will 



PREFACE. v ii 



account for occasional slight variations from the trans- 
literations which are given, for instance, in the Corpus. 
The editions named in the Index Auctorum have not 
been rigidly adhered to in all their readings. 

The following signs have been consistently used in 
the printing of the inscriptions : 

| ] Enclosing letters supplied by conjecture, where there is room for 
them on the original. 

.... Each point representing a missing letter. 

- Representing an uncertain number of missing letters. 

( ) Enclosing letters which appear superfluously on the original. 

( ) Enclosing conjectural emendations of a blunder on the original. 

| Marking the end of a line. 

In the case of literary texts : 

.... Represents any number of words omitted as not material to the 
purposes of the quotation. 

* * * Represents a lacuna in the MS. 

The signs used in the Didot edition of the Scholia 
to Aristophanes have been retained \ The meaning of 
the signs occurring in other passages will it is hoped 
be clear without farther explanation. 

It would take pages to express my thanks to the 
authors of various books which I have consulted. 
Busolt's Griechisclie Geschichte will be recognized by 
all who know it as having been my chief guide. 
Next to that, the Corpus Inscriptionum Atticarum ought 
perhaps to be mentioned. My thanks are due to 
Mr. C. J. Naef, of the Admiralty, for undertaking 
a tedious task the revision of the greater part of the 

1 Unsatisfactory as the text of this edition may be, I have thought 
better to employ it, as giving the whole scholia, than to adopt Dr. 
Rutherford's recension of the Ravenna scholia. 



viii PREFACE. 



non-epigraphic texts. By his help a large number of 
the errors which inevitably creep into a work of this 
kind have been eliminated. 

I need not say that I shall be grateful for criticisms 
which will help me to amend faults of selection and 
arrangement. For many of these the excuse lies in 
the fact that I have been able to devote to the work 
only such time as could be spared from official duties. 



G. R HILL. 



BRITISH MUSEUM, 
May, 1897. 



CONTENTS 



CHAPTEE I. 

ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 

PAGE 

The States opposed to the Persians at Plataiai. Early History of 
the Anti-Persian League. The Tribute. The Transformation 
of the Delian Confederacy into the Athenian Empire. The 
Tribute Districts and Cities after the Battle of the Eury- 
medon. Organization of the Tribute. The Treasury. Rela- 
tions between Athens and her Allies 1-42 

CHAPTER II. 

THE QUOTA LISTS 43-8 1 

CHAPTER III. 

EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 

Persia after the Persian Wars. The Athenian Campaigns. The 
first Peloponneso-Attic War. The Egyptian Expedition. The 
Five Years' Peace. The Kyprian Expedition. The ' Peace of 
Kallias.' The Sacred War. The Revolt of Boiotia. The 
Revolt of Megara. The frevolt of Euboia and the Lakedai- 
monian Invasion. The Peace. The Revolt of Samos. The 
Athenians in Thrace. Affairs of Ionia. The Kleruchies. 
The Athenians and the West. Thurioi, c. . . 82-171 



CONTENTS. 



CHAPTER IV. 
THE ATHENIAN CITY. 

PAGE 

Restoration and Fortification of Athens and Peiraieus. The Long 
Walls. The Decoration of the City. Public Buildings and 
Works. The Temple at Eleusis 172-198 

CHAPTER V. 

THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 

The Rise of Democracy. Reorganization of the Navy. Reform of 
the Strategia. Increasing importance of the lower Classes. 
Aristeides. The attack on the Areiopagos. Fall of Kimon. 
Ephialtes. Rise of Perikles. Democratic Reforms. Finance 
and Financial Officers 199-230 

CHAPTER VI. 

BIOGRAPHICAL. 

Pausanias. Themistokles. Aristeides. Kimon. Ephialtes. 

Perikles 231-287 

CHAPTER VII. 

SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 

Sparta resigns her maritime hegemony. The Lakedaimonians in 
Northern Greece. Death of Leotychidas. Themistokles' 
plot against the Lakedaimonian Fleet, and defeat of the 
Lakedaimonian policy in the Amphiktyonic Council. Argos, 
Mykenai, Tiryns, Elis, Mantineia, Tegea. End of the Anti- 
Spartan Movement. Reorganization of the Peloponnesian 
allies. Battle of Oinoe. The Helot Revolt. The Temple of 
Zeus at Olympia 288-306 

CHAPTER VIII. 

THE WESTERN GREEKS. 

Chronology. Sicily after the defeat of Karthage. Gelon and his 
rivals. His rewards and dedications. His position assured. 
His Death. Division of power between Hieron and Polyzelos. 
They quarrel. Hieron's alliance with Theron. Foundation 



CONTENTS. xi 



PAGE 

of Aitna. Hieron protects Lokroi against Anaxilaos. The 
War with the Etruscans. Attempt to occupy Pithekussai. 
Rhegion and Messana. Tarentum and the Messapians. Erup- 
tion of Aitna. Hieron's Court : Aischylos, Pindar, Simonides, 
Bakchylides, Epicharnaos, Deinolochos, Phormis or Phormos, 
Xenophanes. Hieron's dedications at Olympia and Delphoi. 
Akragas after the Karthaginian War. Hieron's Police- 
system. Pindar's Eulogies of Hieron. Hieron's Disease. 
Akragas : Death of Theron. Fall of Thrasydaios. Rhegion : 
the children of Anaxilaos; Mikythos. Death of Hieron. 
Fall of Thrasybulos. Sicily after the Expulsion of the 
Tyrants. Akragas. Selinus. Katana attacked by the Sikels. 
Science and Literature in Sicily : Empedokles. Sicilian 
Rhetoric : Gorgias, Korax and Tisias 307-356 

ADDENDA 357 

LIST OF ATHENIAN AECHONS 358 

INDEX AUCTORUM . 361 

INDEX NOMINUM 378 



ERRATA 



P. 20, no. 90, 1. 3. For SanoOpattuv 
P. 22, no. 105, 1. 3. For "ESvXos read E5uXos. 
P. 35, 1. 3 from the bottom. For Senate read Council. 
P. 39, no. 179. For C. I. A. 546 read C. I. A. ii. 546. 
P. 127, no. 180, 1. 5. For Stpfrv read 'ApTatpr)v (?) 

P. 152, no. 291, 1. i. .For i. 231 i. 16. See II. 6 read i. 226 i. Qb. See II. 1. 
After this insert C. I. A. i. 228 ii. 7 b. See II. 3. 
C. I. A. i. 230 v. 6 b. See II. 5. 
1. 3 omit C. I. A. i. 233 i. 18. See II. 8. 
After 1. 6 insert C. I. A. I. 239 i. 22. See II. 14. 
P. 165, no. 350. For xv. 18 read 15. 
P. 169, 1. 6 from the bottom. For 346 read 345. 
P. 170, no. 378 1. 2. For "S,ipiv read "Sipiv. 
P. 187, no. 69, 1. 6. Omit (3). 
P. 195, no. 98. For 395 read 396. 

P. 281, 1. 3. For Ka\\ia real UXaroiv read 'Affiraffia ical Ka\\ias. 
P. 305, no. 89. j 

P. 306, no. 92. > For viii. 2. 30 read viii. 3. 30. 
P. 306, no. 97. ) 



CHAPTER I. 



ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF THE ATHENIAN 
CONFEDERACY. 



The States opposed to the Persians at Plataiai. 
The Tripod at Delphoi. 

1. I. G. A. 70 = Dittenberger, Syll. i = Fabricius in Jahrb. 
des Kais. Deutsch. Arch. Inst. i. p. 180. 

[T]o[i8e TOV] 



20 Ketot 

A]aK[e8]a[t]/utoV[toi] MdAiot 

5 'A%>ta]t[o]i TeVtot 



Tcyear[at] 



Atytmrat 
10 Meyapes faAetot 

IloreiSatarat 



30 

K^riot 
15 



HAarate? 

Letters AC(y)DA/X(f)R W0t(x). 

Vs. 1-3. So Fabricius. The formerly accepted reading 
was 'ATro'Acw 0[e]o[i oraorarr | a}v[a0\p and M[ibov]. 






2 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 

2. Hdt. ix. 8 1. 

3. Pausan. x. 13. 9: 'Ez; KOII^W be aveQearav a-xb epyov TOV 
\\\araiacTLV ol r 'E\\rjvs \pvcrovv rpuroSa bpaKovTL eTT 
XaAKO>. ocrov }J-ev O"TJ x a ^ K ^ s ^ r To ^ di>a0?j|oiaros, a&ov KOL ey 

ert rfz;' ov /ueWot Kara rd avrd Kat rdi> \pvo-bv ol <I>coKea)i; v 



Cf. also Thuc. i. 132. 3 ; Hdt. viii. 82 ; and below, VI. 6 ; 10. 

Other records. 

4. Aristod. ix. (F. H. G. v. p. 12): Zrjr^o-eoj? 6e OWTJS irapa 
rot? "EAX^trt rti^as 8et TT/joypcKjbrjz/at avrwv rG>v orujui/xejaa^Kora)!; ez; 
rw MrjStKO) TroXejutw, t^evpov ol AaKtbaifjiovLOL TOV bia-KOv, e^)' ou 

ras ?)ya)i;t(rjoieWs iro 
if]0' varepovs. 

5. Paus. v. 23. I : IlapefioVri 8e 'Trapa Tr)i> ? ro 
Zorobov Zevs re cm]K^ eTrtypajLt/xa cx^^ ovbtv, KOL avOis a>s 
apKTov tTTL(rrpe\l/avTi ayaA/xa eort A toy. roftro rerpaTrrac /ier Trpos 
avivyovra rj\iov, ov0(rav 8e 'EAATJ^coz; 00-06 nAcmuacriz; tpayta-avTo 
tvavTid Mapboviov re Kat M?j5a)j;. ettrt 8e Kat eyyeypa/^eWi Kara 
roi; fiaOpov ra defia at /xeracrxoua-at TroAets roS epyou, AaKeSatjaoVtot 
jotez; Trpwrot, /xera 6e a^Tovs 'A^r^yatot, rptrot 5e yeypaju/^e'vot Kat 
reraprot KopCvOiot re Kat 2tKUwmot, (2) Tre/xTrrot 8e Atyt^rat, juera 
8e Atyt^TJra? Meyapet? Kat 'ETrtSawptot, 'ApKabav be Teyearat re Kat 

t, eTTi 6e avrots otrot ^Atoui^ra Kat Tpot^ra Kat 'Ep/zto^a 
8e x^P as rf s 'Apyeta? Ttpw^tot, ITAarateT? 8e /utoVot 
Botcorwr, Kat 'Apyetcoz; ot MuKr/j/aj exo^res, i^(7ta>rat 8e Ketot Kat 
M?jAto^ 'A/x/3paKta)rat 8e ef r}:retpoi> r^j eo-upcortSos, T?}^tot re Kat 
Aeirpearat, AeTrpearat juev r<2zj eK r?js Tpt^uAta? /xoVot, eK 8e Atyatov 
Kat rwy KuKAaScoy ov Trji/tot /^orot dAAa Kat Natot Kal K^i^tot, d-Tro 
be Evfiotas Srupets, /xerd 8e TOVTOVS 'HAetot Kat Ilori5atarat Kat 
'AmKro'ptoi, reAevratot be XaAKt5ety ot em r<5 



Early History of the Anti- Persian League. 

Proposal to transplant the lonians. They are received 
into the League. 

6. Hdt. ix. 1 06. 

7. Diod. xi. 37 : ['Eir* apyovros 'Aflijinjo-t aavOi-rnrov.] Ot 
Trept Ae(*>Tvxtbr]v Kat Hd^^tTTTrov aTTOTrAevcravres ets 2djxoi>, roir? f 



2-12.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 



"lavas Kat TOVS AtoAet? crv^d^ovs eTrotrjo-azmr joiera 6e TCLVTCL 
6ov avrovs eKAtTToVra? TT)V 'Ao-taz; eis TT)Z> Evpunrrjv ^TOLKLcr 
8e ra /^Surazrra T&V eQv&v avacrTTjaavTes 

&pCLV. (2) Ka06\OV yO.p fJLCVOVTCLS O.VTOVS 7Tt T1JS 

'Ao-taj rois /utev -rroAe/uouj opopovs efetr, TroAu rats bwa^a-iv VTrep- 
, roi/s 8e 0-vfjLjj.d^ovs ovras biaTrovTLovs /IT) 8vrrio-ecr^at ray 
ev/cat/oov? a^rois 7toir\(raa6ai. ol 8e AtoAet? Kat ot v la>res 
ra>z; eirayycAiaii', lyraxra^ TieiOeo-OaL rot? "EAAryort, Kat 
^ 7 " TrAetz; juer* avrwv ts rr)z; EvpcoTrr/z;. (3) ot 8' 
'AOrjvalot. juterazJorjo-arres ets TOVVCLVTIOV TTCL^LV pevtiv (rv 

ort Kai' /x?]6ets avrots rcov aAAcoz^ ^AArJ^a)^ fiorjOrj, 
^res fiorjOrio-ovo-iv' v7T\d}ji(3avov 8e ort 
VTTO rwz; c EAArjz;a)i; ot "leases otWrt iur\Tp6i:o\iv rjyrj- 
croi'Tai, TCLS 'A0rji;a?. (4) bwirep (rvvtfir) ^ravorjcrai rovs'lwvas Kat 
Kplvai }jiViv 7fl rrjs 'Acrta?. 

Ephesos remains Persian. Thuc. i. 137. 3. 



Lakedairiionians retire. First Campaign in the 
Hellespont. 

8. Hdt. ix. 1 06 (ad fin.), 114-121 ; cf. vii. 33. Thuc. i. 89. 

0. Diod. xi. 37. 4: TovTtov 8e -Trpa^^eWa)^, <nW/3r/ r?)zJ bvvapiv 
-xto-^z^at, Kat TOVS jUz> AaKe8at//oz;tovs ets rr)v 
a-TTOTrAevo-at, TOVJ 8e ^AOrjvaiovs jutera rwv 'Ic^i/coz; Kat 
&v CTTI 2r]o-ror a-napai. (5) EdV0i7nros 8e 6 crrpaTrjybs 
v6vs CK KaraTrAov Trpoo-fioXas rfj -Tro'Aet TrotTjaajuieuos etAe Sr^orroV, 
Kat (frpovpav tyKaraa-rrjcras rovs juter (rvfjifjid^ovs aTreAixrei;, avros 6e 
/xera raiv TroAtrwz; avtKafjL^ev ts ras 'A0?]yas. 

10. Aristod. iv. ( J. IT. . v. p. 7) : 'ETretSr) efr/Aao-az; rovs He/oo-aj 
ot ''EAATjves [rrj? 'Iwz^ta?, TrAevo-ayre? o-ro'Aw f Tpirf]p&v ets 2r]o-roj; 
ot 'AOrjvaioi, 



Second Campaign under Pausanias. Kypros and 
Byzantion. 

11. Thuc. i. 94 ; cf. ibid. 128. 4. 5. 

12. Diod. xi. 44 : ['Eir 1 &PX.OVTOS 'AOrjvrjo-iv 'ASetjuavrov.] Aaxe- 
Satjuo'znoi 5e Ilavo-artai; roi^ ez; HAaraiats orptljy?}<rarra Karao-rrj- 

vauapyov Trpoa-era^av cXevQepovv ras 'EAAr]z;^5as TroAets, 6Vat 
B 2 



4 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Oh. I. 

papfiapLKals c/>uXaKats bie^evov Irt (f)povpovfj.evai. (2) ovros be 
irevTriKOVTa [lev r/H?jpets CK IIeXo7roz>i>?jo-ou Xafivv, TpLaKovra be Trap 1 
3 A6rjvaia)V ]Ura7reju\/m/xei>o?, (5z> 'Apto-retdrjs 1 T/yetro, itp&rov fJ.ev eh 
enXeva-e Kal T&v TTo'Xecozj ras ert <t>povpas e\ov(ras 
, (3) /utera 6e rai;ra -7rA.U(ras 

CTTTOVTOVj BvaVTlOV fJitV VTTO TlepCrSiV KpCLTOVlJieVOV )(LptoCraTO, 

T&V aXXcoz; papfidpuv oi>s jaez; d^etXey, o^j 6' Kpa\<i>v 
TI\V TTO\LV. Vide VI. 2. 

13. Justin. Hist. ii. 15 : Post haec Spartani, ne vires otio 
corrumperent, et ut bis illatum a Persis Graeciae bellum 
ulciscerentur, ultro fines eoruni populantur. ducem suo socio- 
rumque exercitui deligunt Pausaniam. 

14. Ibid. ix. i, 3 : Haec namque urbs (Byzantium) capta 
primo a Pausania, rege Spartanorum, et per septem annos 
possessa fuit ; dein variante victoria nunc Lacedaemoniorum, 
nunc Atheniensium iuris habita est. Cf. below VI. 6. 

The Spoils of Byzantion. 

15. Plut. Cirti. 9 : 'Euet yap e* ^O-TOV KOL Bvfazm'ou TTO\\OVS 
(3ap(3apa>v at^aXcorovs Xa,3oWes ot a-Vfjifjia^ot rw Kt/mcovt 8ta- 

6 be X.CO/HS fjiev avrovs, x^P^ ^ r ^ v fJT P^ L T0 ^ s 
OrjKev, IJTL&VTO TT]V biavoyaiv a>s avivov. 
6 be r&v fJLepibtov eK&evcrev avrovs eXecrOai TTJV erepav, f]V b' av 
KaraXnraxriz', ayaTT^a-eiv 'A^yatous?. *Hpo^)vrou 5e rou 
(ivfJipovXevo-avTos aipel(T0ai ra TIepcr&v paXXov rj ITepo-ay, 
TOV y.ev Koa-fjiov avrol ehafiov, 'AOrjvatois be TOVS al\iJLa\utTovs 
Kal roVe ^ev 6 KifjiMv aTTT/et yeXotos elvai boK&v buavo- 
ev <TV^CL\(AV \lse\ia yjpvva KCU piaz^iaKas 
Kal Kavbvas Kal iroptyvpav (peponevav, r&v 8' 'A0r;i>aiW 
o-wjuara Kaxco? rjo-KrjiJieva irpbs epyavlav napaXa^ovT^v. 
be ixrrepov ot r&v eaXcoKoro)^ <^t'Xot Kat ouetoi Karafialvovres K 
4>pvytas Kat AvStas eXvrpovvro juieyaXcoy ^p^dro^v Ifeaoroif, wore 
ra> Ktjjitovi rewdptov inrjv&v rpo0a? et? ras vavs virdpgai Kal irpoa-erL 
rfi TroXet \pV(Tiov OVK oKiyov eK r&v Xvrp^v irepLyevecrQaL. 

16. Polyaen. i. 34. 2 : Kt/xwz/ OTTO 2r]orou Kai Bufaz/riou at)(- 
/LtaXwra ^oXXa fBapflapLKa elXe Kal r&v (rv^d^v berjOevTav 8ta- 
vopevs eyevero. polpav ^iav erae yv^ivd ra o-co/xara, poipav erepav 
dvavpibas, Kavbvs, o-rpeura Kat 6Va rotate, ot (jv^a,\oi atpowrat 



13-19.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 



TOV Koo-fjiov' 'AdrjvaloL yvfjiva ra o-cu/xara. ye'Acoy d<f)\i(TKdvt Ki/mcoi; 
a>s TTJV pclja) fJLoipav TrpoejAez/os rots aviipayois. OVK es fJiaKpav rStv 
at)(/xaAa>ra>z; ot rruyyeyets OTTO AvStas Kat 4>pvytas Kara/3<Wes /xeydAa 
7Tp T&V otKetW KaT(3a\ov. TOT6 f) (T0$ia Kt/xcozjos e^au- 
3 A6rjvaioL 8e TroAAw TrAetco )(/3rjjaara Aa/3oVres /xaAa 8^ rcoz; 



17. Siinonid. Epigr. 104 (Bgk. P. Z. (r. ed. 4). 
t A{jL(j)i re Bvfavretaz^ oo-ot Oavov l^0v 
pvojjievoL yj&pav avbpes aprfidooL. 

(ap. Aristeid. ii. p. 511 Dind.) 
Cf. Ar. F#$>. 235 (below 154). 



Loss of the Hegemony by the Lakedaimonians. 

18. Thuc. i. 95. Cf. iii. 10. 2. 

19. Diod. xi. 44. 5 : [ y A6i]vr](nv apxovros ' 

(TCLVTOS aVTOV TJ]V T\p(TlK.J]V TpV(f)T]V KOL 

rots vTrorerayjueVots, ^aAeTroSs t<ppov aTtavres, ^aXiara 8e ot reray- 
pcpoi rwz; c EAAr/^a)^ CTTI rtros ?Jye/u,ortas. (6) StoVep r<Sr Kara r?)i> 
(TTpanav Kat Kara e^rrj Kat Kara TroAet? aAA?jAotj ofJuXovvrcDV, KOI 
TOV ITai'O'ai'tot; r?)s flapVTrjTos KaraAaAowrco^ ITcAo'Tror^o'tot /otez; 
KaraAt-TTOirres avrov t? ITeAoTroV^o-or aTreTrAeua-a^, Kat Trpeo-^Sety 
cnrocrre^Aazrre? Karrj-yopovv TOV Tlavcraviov, J Apto-re 18179 8e 6 'AOrjvaios 
ra> Kaipw \p(f)fjievo$ e/x^poVws r rats KOtzwAoyi'ais aveXanfiave ras 
TroAets Kat 8ta r^s o/ixtAtas Trpoa-ayo/^ei'os t8tas eTrofyo-e rots 'AOrj- 
z^atots. . . . 46. (2) rts ya/o OVK ay ^av/xaa-at rovrov rr)z; aj/otaz;, 6s ... 
aya7T?{a-as TO>I; Ilepo-coy rov TrAoCrov Kat r^i; Tpv(j)rjv t airaa-av TTJV 
TTpovirdp-^ovo-av e-uSoftaz; Karrf<r)(wez>. (3) eTrap^ets yap rats e- 
rt))(tais r?)z; /xey AaKco^iKr)^ aycoyi)^ eo-rvy^o-e, r^y 8e rwr Hepo-wv 
aKoAao-taz; Kat Tpv$T)v e/xt/x,?Jo-aro, 6z^ ^Kto-ra ^prjv fr^Awo-at ra rwz; 
7rtr?]8ev)utara' ov yap ere'pa)z> TTfTrvcrfjLtvos, dAA' avros 
Trtipav etAr^</)a)s cytVaxrKe TroVa) r^s r<Sz; Hepo-wr Tpvtyfjs fj 
Trarptos 8tatra Trpos aperr)^ 8ie^)p^. (4) aAAa yap ouros /xez; 8ta 
r?)z> tStar KdKCav ov {JLOVOV TTJS dftas eru^e rtjtxcoptas, aAAa Kat rots 
TroAtrats atrtos KareVrrj roO rr)y Kara ^({Aarrai; ftycpovtav aTro- 
K Trapa^eVecas yap ?y 'AptcrretSou o-rparrjyta wapa rots 
ecopovjueVr; Kat 8ta r^y ets rovs vTrorerayjueWvs 6/xtAtar 
Kat ras aAAas dperas, eTrotrjcre Trd^ras uxnrep airo /xtas op/x^s diro- 



ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 



K\lvai Trpos rovs 'AOijvoiovs. (5) 8to Kal rots juez> eK rrjs 
Tre/xTTOfzeVots T/ye/uoVtr ovKe'rt upoa-tiyjov, ' Apio-Tibt]V 8e 
Kat Trdyra 7rpo0vju<os viraKovovres kitoi^a-av \(Dpls Kivbvvov Trapa- 
Aa/3eti> TTJV Kara OaXarrav dp^v. 

20. Hdt. viii. 3. 

21. Plut. .J-TO^. 23 : 'ETret 8e orparrjyos eK7reju$0ets /xera KIJJLMVOS 
7rl TOZ; TTo\fJLOv capo. Tov T YlavfTaviav Kat rovs aAAovs apyovras 
T&V 2jTrapTLaT&v e7ra^ts Kat x 01 ^^ 770 ^? T" ^ o-v/x/xaxots ovras, avroj 
re TTpacos Kat $tAaz/0pa)7rGos 6/xtXa>z/ Kat roz; Kt/xco^a irap^^v tvdp- 

avrols Kat KOLVOV ev rats (rr/oaretats eAafle rcSi' AaKeSat/otortcoi' 
vavtrlv ov6' tTTTrots, evyvajjioo-vvr) 8e Kat TroXtreta r^r 
7rpoo-^)tAets yap o^ras rovs 'AOrjvaiovs rots 

"EAAr/o-t 8ta r?)i; 'A/Horc&ov biKaioavvrjv Kat rr)i; Kt/xcoi^os cTrtetKetai; 
Irt fjia\\ov fj TOV UavaavCov irAeo^efta Kat jSapvrr^s Tro^etz^ovs 7roi'et. 
rots re yap apyovvi T&V a-vfJifJid^v aet /xer' dpy^s eyervyxape Kat 
rpa)(a)s, rovs re -rroAAovs eKo'Aafe irAryyats 17 crtSrjpai; ayKVpav 
eTTtrt^ets ^ayKa^iE^ eo~rarat 6t' oArjs r^s ^juepas. o~rtj8a5a 5' OVK 
^r Aa/3et^ ov8e \6prov ovbt KpTJrr/ Trpoo-eA^etz; vbpv6[jivov ov8eVa 
Trpo raii' 27raprtarto^, dAAa /oiao'rtyas e^ovres vTrr^perat rous TTpoaiov- 
ra aTTTJAawoz-'. VTrep c5y roi; 'Apto"ret8ov Tror' eyKaAeVat Kat 81- 
8aat /3ovAo)utz/ou (TV2/ayayo>v ro Trpoo-coTror 6 ITavo-awas OVK e^>^ 
o-xoAa^eir ov8' r/Kovo-ez;. eK rovrov irpocrtoVres ot vavap\oi Kat 
o-rparr/yot rwi/ 'EAA^tor, /xaAtora 8e Xtot Kat 2a/ixtot Kat AeV/3tot, 
roz^ ' ApLcrTtibrjv eTretfloy dvabe&crOai TJ\V Tjytpoviav Kat Trpocraya- 
yeo-^at rovs vvwayovs 7rd\aL beoptvovs aTraAAayrjvat rw^ 27raprta- 
r<Sz; Kat /zeraraao-0ai -Trpos rovs 'A^ratous. diroKpLva^vov 8' 
eKetVov ro?s jaei; Aoyots CLVT&V TO re drayKaroi/ tvopav Kat ro dtKatoi', 
epyov 8e 8eto-^at r^i/ TTIVTIV, o 7rpa\0V OVK eao-et TraAtv juera- 
/3aAeV0at rovs TioAAovj, ovrcos ot Trept roz; 2ajutoi> OvAtdS^i' Kat ror 
Xtoz/ 'AvTayopav crvvofj.ocrdiJ.evoL Trepl Bvfdzmor e/x,j3dAAovo-tz; ets r^r 
rptrjpr; rov navo-artov, TrpoeK-TrAeovo-az; ez^ /LieVo) Aa/3oVres. ws 8e 
Kart5a>z; eKet^os efaz/e'or?] Kat /uter' opy^s ?77retAr;o-ez/ oAtya) \povu> rovs 
avbpas eTrtSetfetz; OVK ets r?^ avrov raw e/ut/3e/3ArjKo'ras, dAA' ets rds 
28tas Trarptdas, eKe'Aevoj; avroi' aTrteVat Kat dyaTrar r^ <rvvay(>VL(ra- 
HAaratats' Kiv>]v yap ert rovs "EAArj^as ato-)(v^o- 
\ajji{3dviv diav bUrjv Trap* avrov' reAos 8' d-Trocrra^res 
(Z\ovTo Trpos rovs 'AflqzWovs. 

22. JcZ. C/iwi. 6 : 'ETret 8e Mrj8a>i/ (frvyovTuv eK r^s 'EAAdSos 



20-29.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 



o-rparrryo's, Kara 0aAarraz> oviru TTJI; apxnv ' A.0r)vai(*>v 
, ert be TIavcraviq re KCLL AaKeSai/otozn'ots eTrojueVoozJ, 7rpa>roz> 
/oier eV rats orparetats det Trapeze (Ki)uuoz>) rovs TroAt'ras KoV^co re 
0av/uaoTovs Kat npoOvfjiiq TTO\V Travrav o'la^e'poz'ras. See below 
VI. 9. 

23. Aristod. vii. (.F. #. 6r. v. p. 10) : 'Ez> 8e rourw ot "EAArj^ey, 
a(j)L(TTdiJiVOL and T&V AaKbaifjiovLa)v 8ta ro Trt/c/ow? Ti)pavvticr9ai virb 
TOV Havcraviov, KpoveTiQtvTO rots 'A^rjyaiot?. 

24. Isocr. izPanatJi. 5^: J Ad)eAojuiei;ot . . . AaK5aijuozn'ouy rr)z/ 
f]yiJLOv{a.v ol (rvyKivbvi>V(ravTS rots ^juterepots Trapeboo-av. 

25. Jc. 7 Areop. 17: Ot /uez> yap eKeti/r; (r^ b^oKparia sell.) 
Xpco/zezw, TroXAa Kat KaXa bia7rpaa[jLVoi KOL irapa Trcunv avdptonois 
(vboKLfj,r](TavT$ ) Trap' kK.6vT($v TU>V *EXAr]^a)^ rr/z; f)yfjLoi>Lav eA.a/3or. 

26. 7<i. 8 cfe Pac. 30 : ITap' knovTav T&V *EAXriz;a)z; rr)i^ ^ye- 
fjioviav eAa/3ojuer. 42. ot /^ez; yap vTrep r<5^ 'EAXijycof rots (3ap- 
/3apots TroAe/utoS^res 6ter^Aeo-az; . . . KaKeiz>ot jotez^ eAevflepowres ras 
Tro'Aets ras 'EAAr]^t8as Kat /3oTj0owres airats r?js ^ye//ortas ?]fta;- 

75 : T ^ r ^W ^ evprjo-ere ... (76) ... oi;ra> . . . 
vojbtez'oz' coo-re ras TrAetVras avrw rcoz; TroAecoz^ Kovo-as eyxetptVat 
)as avras. 
Justin, ii. 15. See below VI. 7. 

Dafes o/ Commencement and Duration of the Athenian 
Hegemony. 

27. Demosth. 9 Phil. iii. 23 : Katrot Trpocrrarat /uer v/oiets 

errj Kat rpta ra>y 'EAA?ircoy eyeVeo-^e, Trpoo-rarat e 
' eros btovra AaKe^at/xoz'tof to-;(vo-az; 8e rt Kat 
rovrouo-t rovs reAeuratous \povovs fxera rrjz> er AevKrpots 
25. Katrot 7TdV0' oo-' efry/xapr?7rat Kat AaKeSat/xoi'tots ez; rots 
eKetVots ereo-tz; Kat rots ^/xere'pots Trpoyovots ez^ rots e/36'o/XTJKoz'ra, 
eAarroz;' ecrrtz' K.r.A. 

28. JdL 3 0^. iii. 24: 'Ejcetzjot roivvv (ot irpoyovoi rj^v) . . . 
Tre'zre /u^ Kat rerrapaKorr' err; raiz; 'EAA^toz/ r\pav eKoVrcoz', TrAetoo 
6' 17 /uwpta raAavr' ets r?jz; aKpoiroXiv avr\yayov. 

29. Isocr. 1 2 Panath. 56 : 27raprtarat /xer yap err] SeOca /mo'Ats 
7Tt(TTaTr]crav CLVT&V (T&V Tro'Aecoz;), ?7|aets 8e TreVre Kat efrJKOz/ra 

rr)z> apxyv 57- ^ K TOVTO^V roivvv d/ac/>oVepat 



8 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. i. 



Kare'orrio-azJ ets Ttotepov Kat Tapayr\v, kv y TTJV jutez; 
f)fjLTpav erjpot TLS av, airdvTtoV aurrj Kat T&V 'EAAr^cozJ K.CLI T>V 
e7rt0ejuieVa)z^ err] Seca rourots avnor^flv bvvrjOelo-av, Aa*e- 
s 6"e Kparowras ert Kara yrjv, npbs 0r?/3ato7js JJLOVOVS TroAe/x?}- 
at juttar ^d^rjv 7/rrr^^eWa?, airavrtov a7roo-re/37]^eWas <5z^ 
K.r.A. 
Cf. Isocr. 4 Paneg. 154. 

30. Andoc. c?6 Pace, 37 : Ot Trare/oe? ^jutca^ KaretpyaVayro r?} 

iv TO<ravTr]v oa-r]v ovira TIS aAAr/ -TroAi? eKr?j0-aro . . . 
(38) ... Kat raCra ra aya^a cv 6-yborjKovra Kat TreWe ??jutti' ereo-t^ 
eyeVero. (39) Kparr]^eVres 6e rw TroAe'/xw ra re aAAa a7ra)AeVa/uey, 
Kat ra ret)(7] Kat ra? raws eAa/3oz> ^JJL&V ez/e'^upa AaKeSatjaovtot K.r.A. 

31. Lycurg. I'TI LeocT. 72 : Totyapow rotavrat? ^pto^v 



KtAtKtaz; firopOricrav, eTr' E>vpv^bovTL 6e Kat Trefo/xaxowre? Kat 



32. Lysias 2 Epitaph. 55 : 'E\v9cpav ^v lTtoit\v<w rrjv *EAAa5a, 
fjLyi(TTr]v b' aTTtbtifav TT\V tavrutv iraTpiba, e/36oju,?JKOz;ra /xer errj r^s 

apfaz^res, do-rao-tao-rous 8e Trapacrxorres rovj a 
K.r.A. 

33. Dion. Hal. ^.TI^. Jtom. i. 3 : s A^T/i;atot /ue'i> y' avrr^y 
rjpav rfjs irapaXiov 8vet^ beovra tpbopriKovT erry, Kat oi8e ravrrj? 
a,7rda-r]9, aAAa rrjs ez^ro? EvfetVoi; re TTOVTOV Kat rou riajut^uAtoi; 
TreAdyou?, ore fxdAtar' tOaXaa-o-oKp&Tovv. AaKeSatjuortot 6e DeAo- 

Kai rr^? dAAr;? Kparowres *EAAd8o?, eco? MaKe8ortas r^ 
povpLficurav, tiravOiquav & VTTO rj/SatW, ov6 s oAa 
er?) rrv dpxV KaracrxoVres. 

34. Polyb. i. 2 : AaKe^at/xoVtot TroAAoi;? anty 

vTTp rr^9 rcoz^ 'EAA^wz; ^yejotortaj, eTretSr; Tror' eKpdrr]o-ar, /xdAts err; 
8co6eKa Kareo'^oi' avrriv abrjpirov. 

35. Plat. ^p. vii. 332 B : v Ert 6e 'AOrjvaloL Trpo? rovrots, O^K 
avrot KaroiKiVarre? TroAAdj ra>z; *EAA?iz;a)^ Tro'Aets VTTO 
eK^3e^3Ar;/xeVa9, dAA' olKovfJitvas 7rapaAa/3oVres, o/zcos 

err? Ste^rJAafaz; rr)z> dp^^ avbpas <j)L\ovs h rats TroAeo-t^ eKao-rats 






36. Aristid. 13 Panath. p. 170 J. = i. p. 280 D. : Kat /*?> ot 
/uez> TrAeov 17 ej35ojur]KOz;ra err; KareV^oz;, ot 6' or36' ets rpets 



30-40.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 9 

The Earliest Stage of the Athenian Confederacy. 

37. Thuc. i. 96. 

38. Diod. xi. 47 : ^Ap^ovros *A6r\vr\(nv ' AbcipavTov.] evOvs ovv 
6 fjiv 'AptoTetSrys vvvefiovXeve rot? a-v^ayois a-navi KOLvrjv dyova-L 
(Tvvobov aTToSetfat [rrjv] A?jAoi> KOLVOV ra/xietoy, KOI ra \pr\^ara 
irdvra ra avvayofjieva els ravrrjv KarariOea-Oai, Trpbs be rov CLTTO r>v 
Tlepcr&v vTroirrevofjievov TroAefxoy ra^at fyopov rats TroAecrt 

Kara bvvafjnv } wore yiv(rOaL TO TTCLV a6poLo-fj,a raXavToov 

Kat ffrfKOVTa. (2) rax#i? 5e eTTt r^y biaTafiv T&V (popwv, 

&s KOL StKauo? roy biajJitpicriJiov eTroirfO'ev ware TraVaj ra? 
t. 8to Kat 8oKwy eV rt ra>^ dSwarcoi; epycor crvvTe- 
t, fJLfyia-Trjv firl biKaioa-vvrj boav eKrTja-aro Kat 8ta r^z; 
TTJS biKaio(rvvr]s 8tKato? iTMvo^do-0rj. (3) -y^' eVa 8e 
Kat ro^ amov Kaipbv f) ^tv rov TIavcraviov KaKta TTJS Kara OdXarrav 
fiyepovias eo-reprja-e rov? TroAtVay, ^ 'Apio-Tet8ov 6e Kara TTCLV apery 
ras 'AOrjvas rr\v OVK ovvav a-Tparrj-yiav e7rotr]o-e KT?j(rao-0ai. 
fj,V ovv 7rpd^6r] Kara TOVTOV rov eviavrov. 

39. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 23, 24. 

40. Plut. Arist. 24 : Ot 5' ^EXXr^z/e? ereAouz; /txeV rtz>a Kat 
baifjiovitov fiyovfjievtov anofyopav et? TO^ TtoXcpov, ra^drjvai be 

joicrot KaTa Trd\iv Kao-Tot? TO fJitrpiov firrja-avro Trapa TCOI> 'AOrjvaiaiv 
'Apia-reibrjv, Kat Trpoaera^av avra \(^pav T Kat TTpoo-o'Sov? 
fjievov optcrat TO KOT J d^iav cKacrrti) Kat bvvafjav. 6 be 
f^ovorias Kvptoy yv6(j.vo i s Kat rpoirov TLVO. rfjs c EAAa8os e7r s 
Ta Trpay/xaTa Traz^Ta Otnevrjs, irevr)s jotez; efijXOev, e f naur\\6e be ireve- 
vrepos, ov (JLOVOV KaOap&s Kat StKatcoj, dAXa Kat Trpoo-^tAo)? -Trao-t 
Kat apjuo8t&)? TT)/; e-niypa^v r&v -^prj^drc^v 7rotr](ra/Xi;o?. a>? yap 
ot TraAatot TOZ^ em KpoVov /3toi^, OVTCD? ot o-v/xjotax<H TWZ; ' \Qr\va.t(&v 
rov CTT' 5 Apto-Tt8ou (fropov evirorfjiiav nva TT^J 'EAAaSo? dz/o/xafoi/Tes 
VJJLVOVV, Kat /xaAto-Ta jxeT* ou TroAw \povov biTrXacrLCKrOevTos, etr' 
rpnrXao-LacrOevros. bv pev yap 'ApioretSrjs era^ev, yv els 
Kat TerpaKoai&v raXdvrav Xoyov' TOVTW 6e ITeptKA^s /uiey 
dAtyou 6etz; TO rpirov ftepos* efaKoVta yap TaAa^Ta OUKV- 
-ofjievov rov TtoXefjiov 7rpo(nevai TOIJ Afrijvalots airb 
HepiKXeovs 6' aTro^a^oVTo? eTrtTetroi'Tes ot 8?7/xaya>yot 
KaTa fjiLKpbv els x^XCwv Kat rptaKOo-tcoz; raAd^rcor Ke(f)dXaiov avy- 
yayov, ov% ot/rca TOU -TroAejutou 8ta jjifJKos Kat 



io ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Oh. I. 



/cat TroAvreAovs, a>s rov brj/jiov eis biavofjias KOL 0ea)/)tKa 
Kat Karao-Kevay dyaA/zarcoy Kal U/)<3j> TrpoayayoVre?. . . . (25) o 5' 
'AptoTei6"T/s a>pKL(T pev rovs "EAATjya? Kat &[JLO(TV vTrep r<2z> 
, nvbpovs fyflaXtov em rats dpais et? rrji; ddXarrav, 
8e raiz; 7rpayjoiara)y apyjeiv eyKpare'arepoz/, a>? eotKer, eK/3ta- 
rows 9 A6r]vaiovs TJ\V tinopKiav Tptyavras ts a-uroz^ 
\prja~OaL rots Trpayjotaa-t. 

41. Aristod. vii. (F.H. G. v. io): Kat ovrcos TJP^CLVTO Trdkiv ot 
'A^rjratot (fropovs Xafji(3dvovTS av^crdac vavs re ya/> 

[Kat KOLVOV ru>v t Et\Kj]V(,K. 
V A?jAa), [ets 6 Kar' ero? 

42. Corn. Nep. J.ris^. 2 : Neque aliud est ullum huius in re 
militari illustre factum quam eius imperil memoria, iustitiae 
vero et aequitatis et innocentiae multa, in primis quod huius 
aequitate factum est, cum in communi classe esset Graeciae 
simul cum Pausania [quo duce Mardonius erat fugatus], ut 
summa imperil maritimi ab Lacedaemoniis transferretur ad 
Athenienses : namque ante id tempus et mari et terra duces 
erant Lacedaernonii. turn autem et intemperantia Pausaniae 
et iustitia factum est Aristidis, ut omnes fere civitates Graeciae 
ad Atheniensium societatem so applicarent et adversus bar- 
baros hos duces deligerent sibi. (3) quos quo facilius re- 
pellerent, si forte bellum renovare conarentur, ad classes 
aedificandas exercitusque comparandos quantum pecuniae 
quaeque ci vitas daret, Aristides delectus est qui constitueret, 
eiusque arbitrio quadringena et sexagena talenta quotannis 
Delum sunt collata: id enim commune aerarium esse volu- 
erunt. quae onmis pecunia postero tempore Athenas translata 
est. hie qua fuerit abstinentia, nullum est certius indicium 
quam quod, cum tantis rebus praefuisset, in tanta paupertate 
decessit, ut qui efferretur vix reliquerit. 

43. Thuc. v. 1 8. 5. 

44. Demosth. 23 in Aristocr. 209: Tore juez; yap r<3 KV/HO> 
r&v <j)6p(i>v yei'OjueVa) rcfcfat 'Apto-ret8ry ov6e/^tta bpax^fj TrAetca ra 
virdp'xjovTa eye^ero^ dAAa Kat reAeur^a'a^r' avrov 0a\j/v f) TroAtj. 

45. Aesch. in Ctes. 258 : 'Apt(rret6r^^ 8e roz; rovs <j>6pov$ 
rd^avra rots "EAAryo-t^, ov reAeurrjo-airoj ray Ovyarepas ^b(DKV 6 



41-40.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. n 

46. [Andoc.] in Alcib. IT : Ileio-aj v/utas (6 'A\Ki/3ta8r]j) rov 
rats Tr6\(Tiv e PX*? 9 rafat roy VTT' 'ApicrreiSov TrdVreur 
rerayjoieVor, aipeflel? eTrl rovra> Se'/caro? a^ros /utaAtora 
8nrAdVioz; avrbv eKaorots ra>i> 



The Tribute. 

Triple Administrative Division. 
C.I. A. i. 37 fr. a-c. See below 72. 

Further Evidence as to the Three Earliest Districts. 

Nisyros in the Ionian District. 
C.I. A. i. 238 (i) v. 9. See below II. 13. 

Skiathos, Ikos, Peparethos in the Thrakian District. 
C.I. A. i. 237 (ii.) v. 31, 32 ; (iii.) v. 10. See below II. 12. 

Lemnos, Imbros in the Island District. 
C. I. A. i. 239 vv. 82, 83. See below II. 14. 

Nature of the Contributions of the Allies. 

47. Thuc. i. 96, 99. 3 ; ii. 9. 5, 6. 

48. Schol. Aristoph. Av. 880 : Xioiviv ijo-Orjv : Kal TOVTO a$' 



ItrropCas eAa^Ser. -qv^ovTO -yap 'AdrjvaloL K.QIVJ] irl T&V 
lavroi? re Kal Xtots, eTretS^ eTrejuiTroi/ ot Xiot avfjLjjia^ovs ets ' 
ore XP et/a ^o\fjiov irpocrrjv. (. . . Ae'yet 6e 7re/>t rrjj Xtou Kat Ei;7roAt9 
eV rioAeo-tz; (232 Kock) 

avrr; Xtoj, KaA^ Tro'Ats. 

WjutTret yap Vfuv vavs /ma/cpas, avbpas & orav SeTJa-r/, 
Kat raAAa Tret^apxet KaAcSy, a7rA?]Kros cSo-Trep ITTTTOS.) 

49. Andoc. c^e Pace, 38 : ITeto-arres . . . TOV avXXoyov rS>v rewr 
Trap' fjfuv ytvto-Oal, ovai Se r&v TroAeco^ rptrjpets JUT) Ke r 
ravrats ^//aj Ttape^LV K.r.A. 

(7. J. A iv. 27 a vs. 26. See below 130. 

C. I. A. iv. 6 1 a vs. i. See below 139. 



12 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 



The Transformation of the Delian Confederacy into 
the Athenian Empire. 

Transference of the Treasury to Athens. 

Plut. Per. 12. See below IV. 70. 

50. Plut. Arist. 25 : Kol yap TO. \pr\^ara <^r\(Tiv (6 0eo'<jf>pa(rros) 
e/c ArjAou j3ov\vojjL^vMV *A0i]va KOjuicrai Ttapa raj (rvvOrjKas [KCU], 



TOVT 0Tl. 

51. Aristod. vii. (F.H.G. v. 10) : [Eira] e/c r^? Ai{\ot; ra 
et? raj J 



52. Justin, iii. 6 : Hanc rem (sc. sese a bello Messeniaco 
dimissos esse) Athenienses graviter ferentes, pecuniam quae 
erat in stipendium Persici belli ab universa Graecia conlata, 
a Delo Athenas transferunt, ne dencientibus a fide societatis 
Lacedaemoniis praedae ac rapinae esset. 

53. Diod. xii. 38. 2 : *A0?jwubt rrjs Kara ^aXarraz; 
avTx6fJiVoi ra tv A?jX&) Koivr) (rvviiyfjLtva xp^ara, raXaz^ra 
OKraKto-)(tAta, fJL^T^veyKav ets ras 'AOrfvas Kal irapebcoKav 



54. Ibid. 40 : 'EfrjpifytTio-aro . . . r 
K A?jAou \f)if]^ar^v et? ras 'A^z^a?, a 
rat? TToAeort KOivfl (rvvj]6poi(r6ac (2) KOIZ^WI; 6' OVTMV T&V 
Ta\avT(DV a7ra^?/Aa)ro TT/JO? rr)i; Karao-Kevrjv T&V TrpOTrvXaiwv KOL 
IToriSataj iroXiopKiav rerpaKto-^tAta raXavra' Kal KaO* HxaaTOV 
avrbv K rov (fropov r&v (rv^cc^v av(f)pro rakavra 



55. Ibid. 54- 3 : ^^ 'AOrjvaloL . . . \pif]^ar(tv . . . TrXrjOos eroi/xoz; 
7rapeAa/3oz;, /xeraKOjato-ai're? CK A^Aov ra KOLVCL \pruJLara r&v *EAAr}- 
vav, OVTOL TrAeta) rwz^ ^vpiav TaXavrav. 

56. JcZ. xiii. 21. 3: Tty yap az^ r/ATrtcrev 'AOrjvatovs, pvpia \JAV 
tAr;^)ora9 eK ArjAou raAaz;ra K.r.A. 

57. Thuc. ii. 13. 3, 4. Corn. Nep. Arist. 3. See above 42. 
Isocr. 8 cfe Pac. 126. See below VI. 161. 



50-69.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 13 

58. Isocr. 15 de Perm. 234 : IleptKAi/s . . . ets rj]v aKpoiro\LV 
OVK eAarra> jutupta>i> raXavr^v avi]VyKv. 

59. Dem. 3 01. iii. 24 : IIAetft) 5* ^ juvpta rd\avr ets rrjzj aKpo- 
7roA.tr avr\yayov. = [Dem.] 1 3 de Rep. ord. 26. 

60. Paus. i. 29. 16: AuKovpyco 8e eTropto-flrj ptv raXavra es ro 

TrerraKoo-tots irXtiova Kat eaKio-)(iA.UHS ^ oo-a ITe/aiKX^s 6 



Remains of the Synod. 

61. Thuc. iii. 11.3 (the autonomous Mytilenaians) ; i. 141. 6 
(contrast with the Peloponnesians). 

Gradual Subjection of the Allies. 
[For the actual states revolting and reduced, see III. 40 ff.] 

62. Thuc. i. 97, 98. 4-99. 

63. Thuc. i. 1 8. 3-19. i. 

64. Thuc. i. 141. 6. 

65. Thuc. vi. 76. 3, 4. 

66. Thuc. iii. 10. 3-11. 

67. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. ii. 2 : Tot? fxej> Kara yrjy ap\ofJifVOLs olov 
T' early CK jJiiKpStv TroXecoz; crvvoiKia-OevTas aOpoovs pay^vQai' rots 
8e Kara ^aAarraz; apxo^voLS, oo-ot wjcrtwral 6to-tz^, oii^ otoV re o-vy- 
dpaarOaL et? ro avro raj Tro'Aets. 17 yap ^dAarra ei> rw /oteVo)* ot 8e 
Kparowres ^aAarroxparopes etVtr' et 5' otoV re Kat Aa^eti' o-u^eA- 
6ov(nv ets ravro rots ^J70"ta>rats ets /utav vf}(rov, airoXovvraL AIJLKO. 

68. Diod. xi. 7 3 : Ka^o'Aov yap e?rt TroAi; rrj Swap-ei Trpo- 
KOTrroz^res ovKert rots (TUjutjuia^ots a>o-7rep irpoTtpov e7rtetK<Ss e^pwi^ro, 
dAAa j3tatcos xat vTTprj(f)dvo)s rjp\ov. (4) 5to7rep ot TroAXot rwz; 
vvwaytov TT]V ftapvrrjTa (frtpeiv abvvaTovvres aAArjAots SteAeyo^ro 
Trept aTroo-rao-ecos^ Kat rtyes rou KOtrou crvvebpiov Kara^po 

Kar' t8tav erarrorro. 

69. Plut. (7m. II : 'E-Tret 6' ot o-v/x^a^ot roi/s (fropovs /utez/ 
ai'Spas Se Kat z;ai;s a>s Ta^Orjo-av ov irapelxoVj aAA' aTrayopevoyres 
?^Sry Trpos ras arparetas> Kat 7roAe//oi jutei' ou6ey Seo/xerot, yeoopyety 
8e Kat frjr Ka#' yarvyjiav eTTi6viJ,ovvTs, aTrr/AAay/meVcoz; r<Sy fiapfidpav 
Kat /xrj Sto^Aowrcoz;, ovre ras raOs eirAripov^ ovr' avbpas aTre'oreAAoz/, 
pi /xez; aAAot o~rpar?7yol rwz; 'AOrjvaiaw Tipoo-r]vdyKaov avrovs ravra 



14 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 



iv Kat rovs eAAet7roi>ra? vTrayovres 8iKats Kat 
Tj\v apyj]v Kat Xvnr\pav tuoiovv, KifAtov 8e TT]V tvavriav o$ov v TT\ 
oTparrjyta iropv6fjivos fiiav juer ovbevl T&V *EAX^z;a)y Trpocrrjye, 
8e Xanpavtov Trapd T&V ov fiovKopevtov o-rparevecr^at Kat 
, Kivovs eta SeXeafo/xe^ou? rrj o^cAf} 7re/>t ra otKta 
eiv, yecopyoi/? Kat \pr\^ari<TTa^ aTtoXtpovs K TroXtfjiiK&v VTTO 
Kat avoids ytro/uieVovj, raiz; 5' 'AOyvaifov ava fj-epos TTO\\OVS 
Kat StaTroi'aiz; rats o-rpareuus ez^ oAtyw \P V( ? ro '- s '"'apa 
/utto-^oty Kat \pr\^acri Seo-Troras avr&v r v 8t6oVra>i; 
yap arrows (rv^e)(a)S Kat 6ta )(tpoj exoz^ra? det 
ra oTrXa Kat rpe$o//eVot>s Kat do-Kouyras K r^j CLVT&V dcrrparetas 
Kat KoAaKveiz>, tXaQov avT\ (rvfJLjJLax^v VTTO- 
Kat 5ouAot yeyorores. 
Tribute applied to Public Works in Athens. See IV. 71 ff. 

THE ATHENIAN EMPIRE. 

The Tribute Districts and Cities after the Battle of 
the Eurymedon. 

70. Thuc. ii. 9. 4. 

C. I. A. i. 37 (i.) fr. n. vs. 50 ; fr. z". vs. 9, 10. See below 72. 
Cf. tribute lists from Year XII (3.0.443) onwards : II.12ff. 

Number of the cities. 

71. Ar. Vesp. 707 : to-tV ye Tro'Aets \L\ICLI, at vvv TOV <j>6pov 



The Assessments of Tribute. 
[Xen.] Resp. Ath. iii. 5. See below 79. 
72. C. I. A. i. 37. Assessment of tribute, 01. 88. 4= B.C. 425. 
Letters ABA(y)UMNP*4>. ^- """"- "' T ' J **' 
Vs. I, 2. 0[eot]. | Ta[xo-t]5 [</>]o[po]. 
a-c. Vs. 3-30. Decree concerning assessment of tribute. 

re[t ^SoAet Kat rot de'/zot. Atyety] e7rp[vrai;eue, . . .]ov 
e7re]|oTare. o'St^Tros et^re ........ ]A(?) 

KTO ( ........ ]av x P[ TOV ........... iid fa]\s woAes, 6vo 

[pen ewt rds CTTI pdtKes,] bvo be l[irl 'lovtav, bvo 8]e eirl r[eVos, 8vo 
6e eTTt ^AAe'o-Trjjovro^]. 'our'ot 6e ............ ] KOLVOL (vel 

]eos 7ra[ ....... - - Mat] |jua 



70-72.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 15 



e]o-ayoyea[s --- rjdf 6"e' --- | rea Kat \uv[v --- }ov. *e 5e /3[oAe 
--- ]o-0o[ --- ]|pas. 'oCrot [8e --- ]oz;, d<' 'es d[i> --- ]|es e/xepas 
f --- ]|ot 'opKora[t --- ] rvy\[av --- rk]\v amtv 

ai *o [6e/xoj --- r]|et eAiatat [ --- ] |iro'A<r[i] 
[ ---- ] \ TOVt <ot 5 ' [ ---- ] | Aefoi; e[ --- ] \atas a 



[L ---- 1 . .] 'o yp[a/x/xarei;s --- | . .]otre[ --- KO] \ 
AaKper" ---- ] |aAoz> tar --- \vaia --- | irpi - - 

f m, 0, p. vs. 2. orparejyot Ka[t c ]o TroXtfjiaplyos, vs. 3. - - Aas 
TO[V e]AtaoTor, vs. 4. ev0u]i>e'o-0o jui[i;]pta(rt 5pa[)(fi<rf, vs. 5- ~ " reoi; 
Ka[0]to-rdz/roz;, vs. 6. - - x<J"]w ret [/3o]Aet vel [TrojAet \vvvTa - -, 
vs. 7. - - roj /zi;o$ x " " i vs - 8- 'o <|)o[/3]os ez; rot n|XljM>ft, vs. 9. 

- - es y[e]rorrai, eaju - , vs. 10. - - ov /a[e]5e/xtat e 'o - - , vs. II. 

- - es T[C]J xV as 8u[var - - , vs. 12. </)]opo[s], '6s &j; rax^[et, vs. 13. 
--- XidLvai, vs. 14. *o . TroAei atr[i - - , vs. 15. real v]^[c] 

TO ^>[opo, vs. 1 6. ru[y]xa^t 7TpVT[avVO(ra. 

vs. 17 seqq. (sanctionis formula). - - X<reWyKo]o-i ^[s] TOV 
K --- ov | . . . ro [ --- e]7ri a[(f)}ov O.VTOV, 6$[eAez; x l ^ t/a 
'te/ad]? re) [t 'A0]epa[iaf --- ]p[ --- Ka]l TO[L] bepo<rCoi [ --- ev- 
Ovvea-Oo pvpQavi \ [bpa]xjJi[<Ti 'cicaoTos roz; 7r/o]vrd[z/eoz;. xa]t ear rts 
dAAos 5t[ ---- fx]e eVai r | [as] rdxo-[es --- a - - lata --- ] eut res 
7rpurayei[aj *e ar --- 'nywra^euet, dr | [i]/uos eo-[ro Kat] rd xp[*l JLaTa } 
CLVTO 5[eju,oVt]a eo-[r]o Kat re? 0eo [ro eTU^e'/caro*/]. 

vs. 22 seqq. ex<rez;e]yKe'ro 8e r|aura es [rbv] btfJiov fe Atyejts 
7r[p]i>ra[ret]a eTrdi'ayKes, e7ret[8dr rdxiora eo-eA^etJ es rptrer ej 
[7jy>oY]oz; /xer[d rd *te]pd . f[av] 6e r /ute 8]ta7r[p]ax^et ei; ravfret, 
rival -7rep]t rovro 7r/>6[r] \ov ret ['uo-]repata[t x" uz;e ]x^ s M os [ ai/ 
8]ta7r[p]ax^et eTrt re[s etpejueVes Trpuraji'etas. 

vs. 25 seqq. edz> 6[e /*] |e exo-e[i;e'y]KO(rt es [TOV bp]ov e [/me] 
o"t[a7r/)dx<7-o]o-t eTrt cr^oz; afvroi;, evOvvtardo juvjpt'ao-t bp[a)yj,} \O-LV 
V[Kaa-r]os rojut [7rpi>rdVjeoz>, [. .]po[ ...... ]CLKO\VOV e7uo"[eixo- ---- ]as. 

vs. 27 seqq. ros 8[e Ke'pv] |xas 7rp[oo-Ke]KAe/*e'[z>os . . .]era[t 'Juir^ 
rou fa]no<rtov KAere'[poz^ --- ] oY,- - e] d/x fxe o[p0osl 8oKoo-[4 --- ] 
ve[- -]s 8[- -]as rots Ke'puxf " 1 --- ] \v */ 3 [ K --- ] TaK [~ "] " T H/ [-] t J 
*tVa jue av[r --- ] | rds rd[xo-]es reo-t -^[o'Aeo-t - -] Ka[- - *O]TTO av 
8ofce[t ----- | 7re]pt roz^ [r]dxo-eoi; /ca[- -] ro [ --- ] \pt Aey[fv ---- 
t ecu; r[ ---- ]pl ro (vel ro) 5[ ---- ] aTrd| [y]ocrtz; 
'o'r[- - - - r]ey rdxo~t| [i; ro] ^[o'pjo^ *tVa et[ ---- ] 
7roA[ ---- ] x/oecr^at TT\ [ept ro </>]dpo Kara [ ------ ] Oakarrav irp\ [- -] 



16 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 

a$etee[ re]s /3oAes ret irpo\ [ret . . . .] r[o]uro[ T]OV 

a\\ov biKa(TTpiov, ea/z /z| [e ] -Trpof ] 8e/z[o.] rots 8e 

Ke'pi>x<rt rots too-t r| [oz> fju.(T0b}v (?) a7ro5[6z>at ros (vel aiTob[6vTov 

Ol ) ]. 

vs. 40 seqq. (rider) : [ e o btlva etTrle . ra fj.v aAAa KaOdirep ret 

/3oAef ras \ [6e r^o-es], c oVat [ ros 7rp]vrdVeLs], *ot az> ro're 

Tvyyjavoa-i TTpvr\ [CLVVOVT\S, Kal TO [ r]o StKacrreptoz', 'orav 

7re/)t TOV rax | [o-eoz; et, '] OTTOS &y a 

Second decree, vs. 43 seqq. v E8oxo-[er] ret /3o\et xat rot 8e/xot. 
A| [tyeis ejupurdreufe, - - ov eypa/xjutarevej - - djopos e7reo-[rdre]. 
0o'6t7r7TOS etTre* f oTr6a-\ [eo-t TTO]\(TL (fropos [erdx^e eTrt r]es [/3oA.es, 
'et nXet(rrt]as Trporos [ey/oaj/xjudreve, em 2rparox| [Ae'os] 

j3o[i5^ xal ]X[. . . cnrayzv es rTai/a^]eVata ra /xe[yaA 

7TfjLTr6vrov | 8[e ez^] ret 7ro/x7ret K 

Prescript of the actual assessment (vs. 47 seqq.) : [*ara 
rd8e era]x<7" tv ro/x (f)6[pov re]o~t Tro'Aetrt^ *e [^8]oX[e'], | 'et [IlA]eto-rtas 

7r[poros eypaja/Li]d[reve 1 , e]7rt 2rparoKX[eos a]px^Tos, 

eTTt \ro\v [eo-] jayoyfe'o]^ 'ots Ka[ ey/aa/u/uareue]. Reliqua 

versus pars vacat. 

The actual assessment follows. 

73. C.I. A. i. 38. Decree arranging for collection, &c. of 
the tribute. Fr. a and b. v E5oxo-e[z> ret oA.et Kal rot Se'juoi.] 
Ke/cpo7rts eTjjpvrdyefve, *o 6"etz>a eypa/>tjuid]ret;ej v Orao-os e|7reo-rdr[e. 

"O belva etTre* ]at Tro'Aes <f>6po\v ^>e'poo-[t ] v eKacrret re| [t] 

7roA.et 'eKao-raxo'fle v *o e 'UTT - - 

Fr. c and d. d vs. 2. Atoiwo-| [ta vel tots. ] c vs. 2 with d 
vs. 4 seqq. - - - TrojAes, *atr| [tz^es av a7ro]86o-t r[bv <f>6pov Kal 
atnz/]es fxe aTro] [bocriv Kal *]atrtz;[es av Kara juepe. eV]t 8e ras 

o0| [eAoVas 7re]/x77ez/ we eo-Trpdxo'Oi'l [ras roz; (j)]6pov. 

avay[pa(f)6vTov 8e c ot 3 EAA]ez^or[a|/x]tat es vavfoi ras 

.... 0-as ro ^[o'lpjo Kal TOV aTTay6vr[ov ra dz/ojuara. Ka]l rttfeVai | 

['JeKao-rore TrpoV^e [ exo"eV]ro 8e Kal 2al/xtots Kal 0epato[ts 

. vs. IO. [r] oz> xpefjidrov 'ov rex " " \ ov dvbpov Kal et 

r - -, - - xpkV] ara a^rdyez; 'A0eV[afe - - , . . Xet, *e KeKpo-7rt[s - - , | 
. . . Kptros etTre* r[a ^.tv aXXa KafldVep 6 8etz;a | . . 'jdVos 8e dpt[o-ra ? 
- - | ... r]oi> 7roAe/x[oz; - - ,, | o-ta[t - - 

[Fr. e 2 . Vs. I. [TCV] (3o\ev rlv e[x? 'Apeto Trdyo? Vs. 2, seqq. 

1 l7/>a/*/i]a[Ti/e ; Kal 'e 'fXiaia, f]irl K.T.\. Scholl. 2 See C. I. A. iv. 38 a. 



73-75.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 17 

PJoVot 8e TOV aTTa[yovTOV auras ras aTrapxas (?) av] |ayeypa$arat 
o(jf)e[A.ozrre? --- CTT] |t8etx<nu rot 5^u[o( --- ecu; 6] |e rts rojut 7ro'Aeoz> 
dDx<^H(r/3eret -Trept tyopov airob] |oVeos, ^ao-Koaa a7r[o8e8oKeWi, --- 
0-] |0at ro KOI^OZJ re? --- | 8e raj Tro'Aes Kat r[ --- eo-] \6ai 8e fxe 



--- ros, o^eAe'ro *o 



Kat 



rev e ypa^kv eraft --- Fa/xe] |Atoz;t. eaz/ 8e rts 

ao-t (?)] | KXeVes, e /3oAe j8o[Aeue'ro --- ] | ta-ayovrov 8e *ot --- 
vaiois rop tyopov --- |/ca res ^vvaeos eA - - - | <^)opo Kat 
ro Tre/oua-ft - - rer jSoAez^ 7rlp]o/3oAewrao-ai> e^fo'ez/eyKe^ es roy 
bejjiov - - | . . .] Tre'pi ret wrepa[uu --- | . . .] rej 
[fxariVat ? - - ] 

Frg. f et g. f vs. 5 seqq. [eTrijueA] |eraj alpeo-Oai ro[? 
(To^vos TOV . . . 'A] |0ezWozJ x/oe/jiarozJ Ka[ra ro ^xre'^to'] 
rov (TTpaTcyov (vel roy o-rpareyoz;) --- t, *(Jrap -zrept rtz^o? roz; --- |t. 
cav 8^ rts KaKorex^eft, 'O'TTOS jue Kvpiov eo-ra] |t rd <cre'<i(r/uia ro ro 
[e 'oVos fxe aTra^eo-er] |at *o Qopos 'A^eVafe, ypa[^)e(r^at efei^at 
|roz; roi' e/c ravre? re? Tro'fAeos - - TT] |pos ro? eTTijuieAeraj* e o[t 8e 
t eo-ayo'] |z^roz; e//fiei>a Is rd 8t[Kao-re r ptor, eTretSaz^ *ot 
K] |Aerepes eKoa-t. 8t . . . . 8e --- |e Kara *oy ypa^>[e]o-^at rts e[- - 
eaz^ 8e Ka] |rayz^6t ro [8t]Kao-repto^, rt[/txaro rt XP avrbv tr] \aOZv 
I [d7ro]reto-ai. r6s 8e KefpVKas --- ] |eo- . s [*]os av *ot 
p. --- [. Ka]t 7re/x,^)o-at es ray Tro'Aes. e[ ---- |. Tr 
'OTTOS av atpe[^oo-t 'ot az;8pes | *ot] TOV (fropov 
/3oAevreptoi. rer 8e areAfez; *ot TroAerat a iro]fjLi,(Tdo(rdvTov. 

This is followed by something to the following effect : 
ey[Aoyes | 'etJplVfleo-az; I ot8e], under which came the list of 
names. 

Date of the Assessment. 

C. I. A. i. 40 vs. 7. See below 86. 

74. Ibid. v. 30: '[oVo]z; ret 0eot d-Tro ro <o'po eyty^fero, 'bv 
rot] |s 7r[p]orepo[ts] 



K --- 



Preliminary Investigations by the rctarai. 

G. I. A. i. 37 vs. 4 if. See above 72. 
Cf. Plut. Arist. 24 (above 40). 

Exceptional Assessment by the raKrat directly. 
75. C. I. A. i. 266 v. 4 : [rio'Aes 'as er]axo-ay 'ot raKrat. 



i3 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch.l. 

Assessment by the Council. 

76. C. I. A. i. 266 v. 9 : [rioAe? 'as 'e] /3o\e Kai *ot TrcvraKo- 
<rio[t . . | . . . er]a)(o-az>. 

0. /. A. i. 37 v. 47. See above 72. 

Poiver of Suggestion on the part of the City. 
C. I. A. i. 27 a vs. 2(5. See below 130. 

Suggestion or Payment by Private Persons. 

C. I. A. i. 243 vi. 18. See II. 18. 
C. I. A. i. 244 ii. 85. See II. 19, 
C. I. A. i. 253. 6. See II, 27. 

77. C. I. A. i. 257. 42: [rio']\e[s 'a? '[ot | [t8t]o[rat e]r[a]x|>H. 

Exceptional Right of Self -assessment. 

C. I. A. i. 243 vi. 5. See II, 18. 
(7. I. A. i. 244 ii. 71. See II. 19. 

78. C. I. A. i. 256. 37 : IIo'Afe? avral] (j)6p[ov\ rax[cra/xevai]. 

Appeal to the Heliaia. 

79. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. iii. 5 $ta \povov 8ta8tKcia-at 5et ar/oaretas 
/cat !az> rt aAAo ^ainvaiov dSu^/xa yerr^rat .... 7roAA.a ert 7raz;u 
-TrapaAetTTOi* ro 6e /[xeytaroz; elpr^rai TrXrjv at ra^et? rov <f)6pov' TOVTO 
8e ytyi'erat a>? ra TroAAa 8t' erou? TT 

C. I. A. i. 37. 42. See above 72. 



Ae Heliaia always concerned? 
C. I. A. i. 37. 47. See above 72. 

Appeal against Council sometimes rejected. 
C. I. A. i. 266. 9. See above 76. 

Introduction of the Appeals. 

80. Pollux, Onom. viii. 93 : ciVaycoyets apxys K\r)pwri)s 
ovrot 6e ras Suca? eto-?jyayo^ npbs TOVS 

81. Ibid. IOI : cto-aycoyets ot ra? 



76-89.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 19 

82. Hesych. Eicraycoyij* ap\r] 'A0JJWf<r* r&v ra 



83. Bekk. An. Gr. i. p. 246. 14: EtVaya>yet? ?|craz> IKCIOTOI; 
bLKaa-TrjpLOV oi ap^ovres, ol tiarjyov avrols ras 5tKas. 

C. I. A. i. 37 vs. 48 f. See above 72. 

Representation of Cities before the Heliaia. 

84. Suidas : Sa/xofyxz/oj' .... eort Trapa 'AVTL^&VTL (xv. fr. 49) 
IV rw 2a/xo#paKiK<> Ao'yw ovrcos ctp^/xeVoi/' Kal yap ot r?)^ apx^ 
otKtVa^res rr)y vrja-ov qo-av Sajuttot, ef (5y ^juets eyez/o/xe^a. Cf. fr. 
*5 ^ {M^} 7^ 



85. Harpocration Svr^yopoi' 'AVTKJ)&V (iii. fr. 13) ei/ r?j Trpo 
^ Arjfjio<T0^vovs ypcKfiqv oTroAoyia Kat ez^ TOJ Trept TOV 



Abatement of Tribute. 

86. C. I. A. i. 40 v. 5 : $i>[a\xLpoToi>(raL TOV 
]e^oratos tre <f>6pov 8oKet rdrrer roz^ 8e//o[ 
e ex[ "] a P K ^ flvrots reA.ez> oa-or ret ^eot a7r]o r]o ^>o 
Trporepot? riaz;[a^erato is] 



The Collection and Keception of the Tribute. 
Date of Payment. 



87. Ar. J.cL 502 : 

Ov yap fji vvv ye 6ta/3aAet KAe'coz; ort 
irapovTtov TT/V Ti6\iv KaK<S? Aeyco* 
yap eo-juez; ovm Arjz/ato) r' ayu>v, 

KOV7TCO feVot irapL(TLV' OVT yap <j)6pOL 

r]Kov(riv OVT eK r<3y TTO\(I)V ot ^i)^a\oi. 

88. Schol. in v. 504 : (ets 8e ra Ato^vo-ta erfraxro 'A^z/afe 
KOfJLL&iv ras TroAetj roi/j (fropovs, ws Ei/7roAtj (f)rj(riv tv Tlo\<nv (Fr. 
240 Kock).) 

89. Schol. in v. 378 : (cure yap ('AptoTo^cbrj?) Spajuta rov? 
Ba/3vXco^tous rr/ rwz' Atoz/vcrtcoz; eopr^, ?Jrts ez; rw eapt e-TrtreAetrat, 
ez^ w ttfrtpov TOVS (fropovs ot (rv^a\oi.) 

C.I. A. i. 38 fr. d 3. See above 73. 

C 2 



20 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Oh. I. 



chosen by the Allies. 
90. Harpocration : 'EKAoyeis : ot eKAeyovres Kat eto-Trparrorre? 
ra o<eiAo'/xew rw 6"?)juoo-t&>. 'AvTK^&v (xv. fr. 52 (53)) ^ T( ? 7re / 3 ' 
rou 2ajuo0paK(5z> (fropov " rjptOrio-av yap eKAoyeis Trap' ?Jjuuz> ots 
TrAeto-ra e8oKt r^ara elvai." 



The Tribute Received and Registered by the Hellenotamiai 
in combination with the Council. 

91. Thuc. i. 96. -2. 

92. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. iii. a : n<3? yap &i> otot re ete^ (Trairas 
aTTOTrejaTretr xP 7 ?M' art/0 ' az;Tes )' owriras Ttp&rov ptv 8et kopracrai .... 
Tr)!* 6e fiovXyv jBovXevecrOcu iro\\a jutev Trept roi; TroXe/uiou, TroAAa 6e 
Trept 7ropou -^pr]fjidT(i)v, TroAAa 5e Trept voptov 0eVea)?, TroAAa 6e Trept 
rwy Kara TroA.ii> det yiyvo^vtov, TroAAa 8e Kat rots crvfjifJi<i\OLS, Kal 
(f)6pov 8e'ao-0at Kat veapi&v eTrijueAr^^^at Kat tep<3z>. 

(7. I. ^. i. 38 fr. c, d. See above 73. 



Combined Payments, 

93. Harpocr. Su^reAet? : ot o-w8aTrai><3z>res Kat 
ro 8e Trpay/xa ai;i/reAeta KaAetrat, a>s eVrtz; evpetu ez^ rw ' Avri(f)G>VTOS 
(xv. fr. 56) Trept ro 2ajuo0paKa)z; $6pov. 

i. Neighbouring States. 
C. I. A. i. 226 iv. 6-8. See II. 1. 
(7. /. A i. 227 iii. lib, 12 b. See II. 2. 
C. I. A. i. 229 i. 2, 3. See II. 4. 
C. I. A. i. 234 iii. 22, 23. See II. 9. 

ii. States on same Island or Peninsula. 
C. I. A. i. 230 iv. 15 b. See II. 5. 
C. I. A. i. 228 i. 3. See II. 3. 
C. I. A. i. 226 i. 9 b. See II. 1. 

iii. Colonies with their Metropolis. 
C. I. A. i. 251. 4-6. See II. 25. 

iv. Dependent States. 
C. I. A. i. 234 iii. 30. See II. 9. 
C. I. A. i. 235 ii. 12 c. See II. 10. 
Cf. C. I. A. i. 237 iii. 28. See II. 12. 
C. I. A. i. 244 i. 43. See II. 19. 



90-102.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 21 



94. Harpocr. = Suidas : 'ATroraf ts : TO %(*)pls TtrayQai TOVS irpo- 
Tpov dAA^Aois o-vzJTeTay/xeVovs eis TO vTTOTeAeiv TOV topicrptvov 
(fropov. 'AvTL(j)u>v (xv. fr. 55) & T<3 we/ol TOV ^afjLoOpaKcav cfropov. 

Arrears. 'EicXoyeis. 

(7. /. J.. i. 38 f. 20 and g. 25. See above 73. 

95. Suidas 'EjcAoyet? : ol e/cAeyoin-es KOL eiVTrparroyre? ra 
d(/>etAo'/Az>a ra> Sr/jutoo-tw etfAoyets. [o^rore 8eot xpruJLara TOVS 7roA.iYas 
lo-<j)pLVj TOVTOVS Kara bvvafjiLV ol KakovfJLvoL CKAoyets bieypatyov. 
aX\a KCU] ol TOVS (fropovs OLTTO T&V VTT^KO'COZ; a0poiovTS TroAecoz; OVTCO? 
eAeyoz/TO. 

96. Bekker, Anecd. i. p. 245, 1. 33 : eKAoyets : ot eKAeyoz/Tes 
(f)6povs, iva ol ap^ovTts AdjSoocrtr. 

97. Harpocr. 'EKAoyets : Avo-ta? (fr. vii. 9) ez> T<O npos 'Ape- 

' NCi; 6e TT/OOS TOVS eKAoyea? TOV (fropov aTtavTO. a 



Cf. Antiphon xv. fr. 52 (53), above 90. 

Warships to Collect Arrears. 

98. Thuc. ii. 69. i ; iii. 19. i ; iv. 50. i, 75. i. Xen. Hellen. 
i. i. 8 ; 12. 

99. Ar. Eq. 1070 : ov TOVTO' <pr]o~iv, aAAa uaus iKao-TOTe | atTet 
Taxetct? apyvpoXoyovs ovrovL | TavTas aTravSa ^ 8t8oVat o-' 6 
Aoftas. 

100. Schol. ad loc. : Tas K7re/>t7rojaez/aj airo T&V vrfa-wv ava- 
TrpaTTea-^at TOVS (fropovs. ol 6e eKTre/XTro/iez/ot -rroAAa Kpbavav. 

101. Plut. ^LZc. 30 : avTos (Jitv cKTrAewas ets TOZ; 'EAATJo-TrovTo^ 
T7/)yv/)oAo r yet. 

Fact of Payment Disputed. 

102. C. I. A. iv. 38 a v. 2. O'o-oi Se TO// aira[- - ..... ay] |- 

ayey/>a<|>aTai d<^)e[Ao^Tes ----- TT] |t8etx"ctt TO? 8eju[ot ------ 

eaz; 8] |e Tts TOJU, Tro'Aeoz; d[ju^>to-j3Tet Trept --- d:ro5] |oVeos, (fxia-Kocra 
aTr[ooboKvai ------ --- a-] \0ai TO KOIVOV T?S [----- t d i na- 

cr]\as Tas Tro'Aes Kat T[ ---------- a-] \OaL 5e juie 






22 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. i. 

The Treasury. 

The Hellenotamiai. 
[See also above 37 ff.] 
103. Andoc. 3 de Pace 38 : neuraz;re? .... 'AOrjvrjo-L -TTOITJ- 



(7. /. A i. 226. i. See II. 1. 

104. C. I. A. i. 259 ['Em re? TptaKOore? dpx*?, 'ei -------- 

eypa/i/ft-dreue | 'EAAeuorajuitai eVaz; ----- , ----- _, ------ , | 

...... , ...... , At]o[w]<rto[? 'Axap]z>ev?, [ ..... , | ..... ]to?, 

Al(T\pov MapafloVto?, 4>tAorde? riaAAefyev?]. 

105. C. I. A. i. 260 : [0e]ot. | fETTi re? /3o\ey, *et ...... 



]os ITatai;- 
tevy, ---------- , - ' ' 



[ --- , 'ois --------- e]v? eypa/xjaareve' CTTI T?S rerapre? xat 

rpj[taKO(rres apx^s 'ot rpid/cofra aTTt(j)va]v rev airapxtv ret 0eSi } jutvai; 
ro TaAau TO. 



106. (7. /. A i. 1 80. ['A0ez>atot av&oa-av em ' 

Kat tTTt res /3oAes, C 6t ........ Trporos 

| ['tepov \pfJLarov res 'Aflereua?, riu^oSopos 
j 'ot? <&op{Ji(ov 'Apio-riovos Kv]ba0vat\ [vs 
'EAAez^orajuttat?, 'EpyoKAet 'Apto-Tet6o Beo-atet Kat 
7rape'8pot? '[[lepoicAet 'Apxeorrpdro 'A^/xoret /cat a-vvdp\o(n, eut re? 
t6o? - - ? TrpvraJzjevoVe? Kat 'e/uepat oevr| [epat Kal etKocrret re? 
Trpvrareta? . . . 'ourot 8e eoocraz^ rot? em ra? 'o7rAtrayoy]o? rot? /uera 
J E| [----- d7ro8om]t TO? 'EAAez/orajotta? Kal [r|6? 

TOI? Ta/mtat? res] ^eo, FIi;^[o8o'pot 'AAatet Kat x^w^PX 00 " 1 * 
Kal TO? Taju]ta? Te? ^eo TrdAty 7rapa86[i;|at Tot? 'EAAe^OTa/xtat? K]al 
rot? 7rape8[pot? KrA. 

Cf. C. L A. i. 182, 183, 1 88, 189 a and b. 
C. I. A. i. 32 a. See below V. 156. 

107. C. I. A. i. 32 B 1 8 : [CK Se | roy <f>6po]v naraTiQivai n[aTa 
TO\V kviavrbv ra eKa[o-TOTe yVOfJL\va (vel 7repioV(Ta) Trapd To]t? 
Ta/uttao-t TOV [T? 'A^Jerata? TO? *EAAero[Ta/xta?]. 



103-108.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 23 

The Quota of Athena. 

C. I. A. i. 226. 1-4. See below II. 1. 
C. I. A. i. 260. 6. See above 105. 
Cf. the Quota-lists generally (II). 

Accounts of the Logistai. 

108. C. 1. A. i. 273. 

I a. Accounts of monies paid out of the Treasury of Athena 
Polias from 01. 88. 3-89. 2. 

Rubric (a b vs. 1-2) : [Td6e TO TOKO? eAoyiVarrjo 'ot Aoytorap 
ey rots reVJrapa-ii; eYecrtz; ex YlavaOcvaiov es [IIaz;a0eVa|ta 



Year i. OZ. 88. 3 (vs. 2-16). 

First payment. Vs. 2-6 : [To*5e *o]t rajou'cu 7rape7>o<r[az; 5 Az/8po]- 
>Auei>s Kat \crvvap\ovT$, *EAX[erora/xta|ts .............. ]et 

xat x^^^PX 00 " 1 ^ ^Tparjeyots 'iTT-yTOKparet XoAapyet Kat \(rv[vap\o- 
(riv, | eTrl res KeKpo7rt8o]s TrpvTaveias 8evre[pas Tr/wJrareuoVe ?, rerrapes 
e/xepat eo-a . . . [AeAu0wa|s eTrt res /3oAes, *et] MeyaKAetSes -Trporofs 
eypajutj/xdreue, eirt Ev^vro ap^o^Tos* A^. TOKOS rfoimu? e|yeVero : 
FT^HAAJAPK 

I b. Similar accounts for Treasury of Athena Nike. 

Vs. 51, 52: - - - - 'A0emi'as NtKes e[irl Tes 'AKajuazm6"o]s 
Trpvrai^etas | [ --- TrpurarcuoVes, --- et Tes TrpVTaJi^etas TtjuoK[Aes 
EtTeatos Kat yjrvlvapyovTGs 7ra| [pe5o(ra^ --- TO'KOS TOVTOIS eye'^eTo 
--- ] remainder of the line vacant. 

II. Accounts of monies paid by the treasurers of the other 
gods during the same quadrennium (01. 88. 3-89. 2). 

Rubric (Fr. c vs. 13-14). [Ta8e TO TO'KO ? Tots aAAots 0eots 
o^eAo'jutera eAoyt<raim) *ot Aoyto-Tal tv Tots TeVT]apo-tz; eV[eo-i | eK 
HavaOevaLOV es IlamfoWa]. 

First payment (frg. c. vs. 14-16, &c.): [Ta6e iraptboa-av *ot 
Ta/xtat TOI^ aAAoz^ ^eoi;, Fopyo]t^os O]t^e^8]o 'iKapteus Kat \(rvvapxovTS 
--- oTpar]eyots ..... | - - . Frg. d, e. and f give details. 

Total of first payment with interest (frg. e and f, vs. 7-9) : 
[Ke<aAatoz; T]O a[pyaio draAoj/xaTos TOI; dAAoz; ^eoi; Tes TrpoYes 
[8o]cro[s e?rt FopyoltVo ap-^ovros QQ ......... ] HP [. . . . 

TOKO Tovrot Tot avaAo/xaTjt XJXHAA - - | - -]. 



24 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 

III. Calculation of interest accruing in this quadrennium to 
monies paid during the previous seven years (01. 86. 4-88. 2). 

a. Interest on monies of Athena Polias (fr. g, vs. 4-6, f vs. 
3931): [Tdb'e eXoyicravTo 'ot Aoytorjat ei> r[ots reY[rapcrizJ ere(rii> 
TOKOV rots res #eo, 'a *ot Trpo'frepot Ao|ytcrrai AeAoytoTxeW 7rape']oo-ai> 
[eV rots eJTjra ereo-tr, TO'KOZ; rerpaKto-;(tAtots raAafurots . . | ---- t]s 
7rei>ra[Koo-tats et]KO(rt 6uou> bpa^aiv. TOVTOLS TOKOS eye'[i>ero . . . | 
--- ] rest of line vacant. 

b, a, and d. Similar calculations for other funds. 

IV. Total of monies put out during the eleven years, 
together with interest. 

The ' 



109. G. I. A. i. 1 88 vs. I. 'AOtvaioi, av&oo-av irl 

Kal ^Trt res /3oA.es, It KXeyeVes 'AXatevs Trporfos] | eypa/x- 
racial tepoy \pfJLdrov res 'A^ez^atas, KaAXtVrparos 
Mapatfo'znos Kat \<rvvdp)(o[v]Ts, irapcboo-av K rov eTreretoi; ^(re^tcra- 
ro 8ejuo. KrA. 



The Character of the Athenian Rule. 

110. Thuc. vi. 82. 3-83, 85. 1-3, 87. 2 ; v. 89, 91. 2, 97, 
105. 2. 

The Second Athenian Confederacy, 378-377 B.C. 



111. Diod. xv. 28. 3 : 'O 5e bijfjios juereo>pto-0ets eVt rfj 
o-u/^jua^coy ewota, KOIVOV (rvvtbpiov airavTo^v T&V crv^ci^coz; o-tn>e<rr?{- 
<ravTO, Kat vvvtbpovs aTre'Setfaz; eKaVrr/s Tro'Aecos. (4) t 

r?}s KOivfjs yrw/xi]s ro /aey avvebpiov kv rats J A^?j^ats 
iro\iv 6e eir' t^s Kat /meyaAryz; Kat jALKpav fjiias \jfri(f)ov Kvpiav 
Trao-as 6' vTi&pyziv avroz/o/xous, 7/yejaoVt y^paptvas 'A^^atots. 

Ibid. 29. 7 ripoo-eAa/Soyro 8e Kat rovs Qrjfiaiovs CTT! ro KOLVOV 
crvvcbpiov em rots torots Trao-ti;. (8) ty-qtyicravTO 8e Kat ras yero- 
K.\it}povyias aTTOKaraorrjdat rots irporepov Kvptots yeyoz;oVt, Kal 
<I0VTO |urj5eW rwi; 'AOrivattov yecopyeti; eKros r^s 'ArrtK^s. 

112. (7. J. J.. ii. 17 A. 'Eirt NCLVO-LVLKO apxovTos \ Ka\\i{3ios 

'Em r^s 'I7r7ro^a)^rt8o[s 
Kat r<3]t 5?//xa)(t. Xaplvos 
rrjt 



109-113.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 25 



av Aa[/ce]- 

b[aifjio\vioL eoSo-t ros "E\\ri\vas \vOt[p]o$ [KOL] avrovo^os rjo-v^Cav \ 
ayiv T\T\V \topav] Ibarras ju/3e/3ata>t rr)\[v tavr&v ...... IK . . 

oo- ..... rji . . . at] | [ ..................... a] | 

[ ........... OTT . . <r . . c . cr ...... axr . v] | [ ..... t\lsrj(j)i](r6ai 

r<t Sijjuuot az> rts /3o'A|[r]rat r<3y 'EA]A?jz;a)z> r) rcaz; {3ap(3dpa)v rS>v kv 

rj T&V vr\(Ti(&T&v, oo-|[ot /XT) j8aa-t]A.0)5 euriV, 
os etrat fc]at TWZ; crvwayjuv , t^eivai av[r] \&[i 
OVTI Kat airo^ojucot -TroAtlrfevojuieVJcot TroXtre^ai/, ^y ai/ 



(ptpovri, 7rt | 6e rfots] avrois e<^)' ota-Trep Xtot 
0rj/3at|oi Kap] ot aAAot av^a\oi. rot? 5e 
)(tai; 7r/)os 'AOrjvatos KOL \ ros o-ufju/xja^os afyzlvai TOV bTJjjiov ra 

[rj 

rr\v 
ii\ \itrnv bovat, [A6rjvaios Zav 6e ruyj^ai;^] |t 

T\T]V (TVfJLfJia^LaV TTpOS *A6r)v[(lLOS 0-T7JAa]t 00-at ' 

6, r]^/x /3oAr)i; TT)ZJ det j8oA|vo(ray nvpiav 



v T[a\is 

otKtW /mTJre \(tipiov ju?]re 7rpia/>te|ra)t /u,?]re {r7ro0e[//]eVaH /x?jre aAAcot 
rpoTrcojt fj.r)6evi' ear 6e rts coz^rat r) Krarat 17 rt|0)]rat r/)07ra>t orcotoz^, 
rwt ^3oAo|jueVa)t r<3z> crv^ayj^v (pijvai irpos ros owleSpo? rwy 

rw[t] (^rfvavTi, TO 8e a| [AAo Kot]i^6z; [(rr]co r&v <rvp\]^\ayj>v. ear 8e 
rt|s [trjt] eTTt TToAe/xcot CTTI ros Trotrja-afxeVos | rr)z; <Tvpij.ayj.av rj Kara 
[yrjjz; ^ Kara ^aAarr|az; porjOtiv *A0r]vaios Kal ros <rv^ay^os \ rovrots 
Kal Kara y^r Kal Kara 0aAarr|az; -jrai^rl crOwei Kara ro Swaror. 

The list of states is written down the left-hand side of this 
inscription (G. I. A. ii. 17 B). 

Terms for the Eelation between Athens and 
the Allies. 

The older term : ' the Alliance.' 
G. I. A. i. 9. 38. See below 125. 

The newer term : l the Empire.' 
113. Thuc. v. 1 8. 7, 47. 2. 



26 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Oh. I. 

' The States! 

C. I. A. i. 31 vs. 13. See below III. 317. 
C. I. A. i. 37 vs. 4, 5. See above 72. 

114. C. I. A. i. 40 vs. 41 : "O rt 8' ar KOIPOP $0-7J<[io>i|a Tr]cpl 

TOZ; X <TV Mf U ^X[ j; ] <t><T<l>tCoVT(U 'A06VCUOL K[pl 0|oc]0fffaf tt[\]Ao Tt 
irpo[(T\TaTTo[v\T^ T(TL TTO\(n [Vf\\ <T$\OV [I] 

Schol. Ar. J.v. 800. See above 48. 

115. Ar. Ach. 192 : 

*Oov(n yjoLvrai Trptcrpcwv es ras 
d^vraro^, wo-Tre/) 8tarpt/3?yj r 
Ibid. 505 Schol. See above 88. 

116. 76ic. 642 : Kat rov? &TJ/UIOUS ez; rats 7ro\(riv 8etfa?, 



Other terms: *YiroT6\is <(>6pou. 
117. Thuc. i. 19, 56. 2, 66; vii. 57. 4. 



118. Thuc. iii. n. i. 

119. Diod. xi. 78. 4: 5 Hz;ayKaa-07](razj ets r^ 'AQrjvalav crvv- 



The 
The Mytilenaians. 

120. Thuc. iii. 10. 6, 39. 2. 

Chians and Methymnaians. 

121. Thuc. vi. 85. 2 ; vii. 57. 4, 5. 



Absolutely Independent Allies. 

Airo |ufX|Jia)(ias auroi'Ofxoi. 

122. Thuc. vii. 57. 3. 

AuTOCOfAOl. 

123. Thuc. vii. 57. 4. 



Flcu'u 

124. Thuc. vi. 85. 2. 



114-125.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 27 



Separate Contracts. 
The Erythraians. 

125. C. I. A. i. 9. Formerly in Athens, now lost. 

(1) Prescript v. I. Beginning to this effect: ["Ebo\o-v ret 
/3oAet KCU rot 8e'/x,ot. e 8etz;a eirpVTavevf, 6 8. eypajui/xdreue, 6 8.] 7re- 
ardre. A[. . . . enre]. 

(2) The decree, vs. 2-7. (a) ['Ept>0pat]os dirdyezj . . e 

ra jueydAa |- - rptoz/ javoz/. /cat vcfJiev 'Epv0palov [T]O[I]S 

[TOV | K/oe6V r]os iepo7ro[t]6s bpa^ev eKaorrot. eav 8e aTrdyerat \j&v 

, jx]e a)((7ta [8]e rptor /xz/o^ Kara ra et[pe]/aeVa, 7T/)t[a]a-^at | 

Upeta, rov [8e 8e]f/oz; ro[z; 'E]pvdpaiov o^eAev dz;aypa(/)[eo-^at. rov 

8e K\pOV V\fJLV TOL fio\OjJ,VOl. 

(b) vs. 7-28 : 'EpvOpaiov a7r| [6 K\v&pov (3o\v Ivai tit-ovi Kat 

y. rov 8e \K.va\p\v6evTOL 8o[Kt]^d[f]ev ev ret jSoAef Kat 
Qtpirov even, /3oAe[vez> jue8e | eV]a oAe^oy e Tpi6.K.ovra ere yeyorora, 
eVat [Kar|a r]oy eAe[y])(o[jui]eVoi/' (3o\Vv 8e jute ez^ros 
TTrapov TOV . [. . d|7ro]Ki;a^ei}o-at [8]e Kat Karacrrea-at rer /xer re'o? 
/3oAer ro? e^tla-KjoTros Kat TOV (j>p[6]papxov, TO 8e AotTror rez; /3oAey 
Kat rov [^)po|/3]apxoz;. roju fioXtvvovTov '{KCKTTOV 'EpvOpacn 7r[pl]v 
ecrteVat [es rer d|px]^ ofjLVVvai [JJLZV A]ta Ka[t] 'A-TroAAo Kat Ae/me[rpa], 
e7rapo/xez/o[z; e|xo"o]Aetaz; eafurot eTriopKovTi K]OL ;rat[o-]ti' *eavro* [ro]^ 8e 
opKOv 6[[ji\vvva]i Kara *ipov Kaio^vov. TV 8e (3o\v [T^]V /3oA[e]vo- 
(rav rapra] | avayKa&v. tav 8e /ue, ez^at fejutocrat [xt]At[a]o-tv 8p[a^- 

e] | 6 av 6 8e/aos 6 'EpvOpaiov avroj Kara/3aAer <|)(re^)to-erat.| 

v 'i^ r v i Q \ ' 
e rajoe [reyj poAez;' 

'09 ai> [8v]z;o[ja]a[t] d[/)]t(rr[a Kat] 8tKa[tora]ra 'EpvOpaiov 
TOL TrAe^et Kat 'AOevaiov Kat roz; [xo~v]i;ptd[x]oz;. [K]OI OVK [a7ro(r]re- 
o-ofxat 'AOtvaiov TO Ti[\]t0os ot>8e [roz^] yvvvpayov TOV 'AOtvaiov, 
ovr' airos eyo o(;r' a[A]Aot 7re[t](roju[at. ovjS' aL'ro/jioAe'fcro] ovr' avroj 
eyo O[V]T aAAot [7r]et[o-ojutat ovSe *ezn. oii8e] roz; ^)[eu]yoV[roz^] 
8exo-o/otat ov8[e] *eVa, ovr' avroy eyo ovr' [dAAojt 7reta-o[fx]a[t TOV es] 
Me'8os ^uyo'fvro]^, avtv res yro/me[s res 'A0e]z>au>z> Kat ro [8]e//o. 
oi>8e TOV pevovTov efeAo [ajvev res yz>[o'/jies] res 'A^evatoz^ Kat ro 8e/uo. 

(c) vs. 28-38 : 'Ecb 8e rts aTTOKretz/et os erepoi; e , 

T0[v]aTo. lav 8e' r]o[ Kara]yz>oo-0et 3 ^euyeVo a/xa KCLI TV 'A0e- 

vaiov \frvvpayj\av Kat r]d xp^V ara 8e/moV[ta eo-]ro 'Epv0paiov. eav 
8e ns [d]A6[t -n-po8t]86s ro[t]s TVpdvvois reft iro'Atz; [r]6z; 'Epv0pai[o]v 
Kat , re^rdro [K]a[t] ?rat8es 'ot exs eKetVo e'd[V| /xe o[s] 



28 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 



X.ov[rS *ot] mitdcs *ot e^s [|]K;[O es roz; Se/uoz; roz;] 'Epv0paio[v] Kat 
[TO]V 'AOtv.aiov aTrotyavQoo-i . . . ra 8e xp^ara --- as Kara[0]eVra? 
^v ro[j 7r]at8a? ro V/AHTV --- eV0o Kar[a rjavra Kat --- oVroz; 



* Valde incerta haec esse fatendum est ; sed magis etiam 
incerta quae secuntur ; quorum haec dispicere sibi videbatur 
Boeckhius ; vs. 39. TOV [VJo'xo-afpxoz; vel roxcrforas, turn (j>po]pbs 
'AOevaiov, vs. 40 extr. xa-v[v]{jLa)(o , vs. 41 jueVe[V] et ro [^>p]o- 
p[i]ov [r]o)(fT[or]as 8e*ca - -, vs. 44 /3oA.e'? turn te/oa e[m] r[e]? [^JuXe? 
^Kao-rey. Ego in extremis his latitare coniecerim [ e cupe<r0ai vel 
simile verbum rkv /3oAez; rev] /3oA.e[vo]o-az/ a[z/8]pa? c 7r[r]a CK res 
<|)vAes f Kao-rey. Vs. denique 45 adgnoscas initio [^popajpxo et 
mox 'AOtvaiov.' Kirchhoff. 

vs. 2-7: aya-ia jue eAdrroz/o? ie T/HOZJ /ixi;6^' eay 6e a7T(iyera[t fjiv 
a 5e r/oi6z> jui^oi' Kara ra et[pju]era, irpiacrdaL [JJLZV ro? 
roz; [8e 8e]juoz' roz^ 'EpvOpaiov o</>e'Aez; a^aypa<^[eo-^at. 
roz; 6e Kjpeoz; 'eo-frjiao-ftfat aX]A.oz; roz; ^3oXojotez;o[z;]. P. Fischer 
(Quaest. de Ath. soc. hist. Bonn. 1887). 

vs. 34 : eaz; jue 'ofpKtoro'/xJot?. P. Fischer, I. c. 



Fragment of Decree relating to the Erythraians. 

126. C. I. A. i. 10. 

Vs. I. [xo-v/^jujaxifa. 2. -ov rpi-. 3. -IKOZ; roz; r-. 4- [ 
TTOJ avr - -. 5- ~ at/OJ Ka ' T ^Xa[/3 - -. 6. [^>]pop a /X oz 
7. [5]e /xe, l[z;]at 'Epv^pfat - -. 8. - ju/ae5e TO^VOT - -. 9. [ro]ty 
^>pop[o]tj r - -. IO. - - t Kat 'E/)i>0pa[toi . II. [6]e tvavrlov 
'E[pv^]p[atoz; - -. 12. - - [SuajCerat ( r ) ot (vel (r)6t) 'Epv[^]p[at - -. 
13. ['E]pu^patoy (vel - atos) roz; (vel roz;) - -. 14. rez; Kara- 
- -. 15. - roz; 8e [7r]pur[dz/eoz;. 1 6. [8i]Kaez; 8e - -. 1 8. 



127. (7. I. A. i. ii : probably part of same inscription 
as i. 10. 

vs. 46. - - e OVK a7ro[0T'](rojua(Y] 'A[0ez;ai'oz; ro -rrAe'flos ovbe roz; 
\(rv\mayo\v TOV 'A^ez;[aio]z;, ovr a^[ros eyo OVT aAAot 'TretVo/xat, 
dAAa yz'o^et reft] 'A^[e]z;atoz; -TretVfo/jiat]. Then followed some- 
thing to this effect (Kirchh.): [az;aypd(/>crat 6e raura Kat roz; 
'O'P]KOZ; e[z;] Atf^tVet o-reAet [K.OI Karadtvai ' 
y E[pv9]pa[cr]L 8e ez; ret 



126-129.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 29 

Kolophon. 

128. C. I. A. i. 13: Fragment relating to the Kolophonians 
(r]ot? KoXocf)o[vLOLs v. 6) and containing formula of oath of 
allegiance, v. 12 Kat OVK aTrocrrfeVojuat 'AOevaiov . . ovre A]o'yo[t] 
o#r' epyfot . .] KrA. 

Miletos. 

129. (7. I. A. iv. 22 a. 

Fr. a et b. Vs. i scribae nomen habuisse videtur : [EvK]Ae?C?) 
[. e]yp[a/^areve] ; secuntur vs. 2-3 praescripta solemnia : 
ret /3oAet Kct[t rot Se'jutot. --- t? 7rp]uraz>[eve, ElkAe? 
]o/> eVeo-rare. [6 8etz^a enre* --- ] orvvyypafy l --- . 
Vs. 4-5. v]ofju6iJLva TO[ ---- eAeV0at b]e :reVre aV[8/)a? TOV 
^\JLOV ex^ 'AQevaiov CLTTCIVTOV aJvrtKa /xaAa, ['oiVtz^e? ocrt raj yeyo- 
yoVa. Vs. 6. - - e6e a^^[a]t[/a ---- "/]x ez; (^) Ka ^ a " uv ~ ~ > vs - 7' 
015 Trpo(T --- i juera ro , VS. 8. ['A^]e^e<7t (?) Kat o[ --- vo\- 
jao? (?) ros MtAfernoz;], vs. 9. [MtAjetnoz; TO[ --- r]o//os? 8e/ca ro - -, 
vs. IO. T/^'fp --- ] T v o"rparto[rt]8 --- , vs. II. [ c ]o7rAa Trape- 
\(rdai K - -, vs. 12. e VTTpTv [8]e rovfr ^ vs. 13. [re]r- 
Tapas o^3o[A6]? ir--, VS. 14. oz> 'eKaaro . . cro^t ^ vs. 1$. 
[A0v]a^ rots o-rfpajrto'frco-t], vs. 1 6. ['A0e]yafe. o rt 5' a[v] 
TO , vs. 17. ['JoTToVa ai> Aa^3oo-[t], vs. 1 8. - - orros K . . or . 
Reliqua etiam magis ambigua. 

Fr. c. vs. 3. TpLa.Kov[Ta], vs. 4. [7r/>]eo-/3a>rs e e - - , vs. 5. 
[/u]eez> //ere ez>6"e , vs. 6. [)(a-v\^d\ov o rt a// //,e 'A^efrat , 
vs. 7- [artjuo]? Icrro Kat ra xp^V ara a[vro 8ejuoo-ta , vs. 8. [raj] 
8e 6tKa? vai MtAeo-^ots Ka - -, vs. 9. bpa^as airb TOV 
vs. IO. [ra 8]e -npVTaveia riQivrov Trpo'j, vs. II. ['at 6]e 8ucat ' 
i^eo-t oz^roy kv r[ot], vs. 12. [ J A^eo-re]ptort Kat J EAa$e/3oAtozn, 
vs. 13. V[jLavTs Kat KAe/joVaurefs]. 

Vs. 14-31. - - oVroz; bvo TOV ap^ovTov K | [8t8o']o-^o rots 
TO - - 1 [7r]apexo^roz^ rd 8tKao-r[e'/)toz;], | Trpoepcfjievois e 
vel oV^or], | [TT]/OOJ ro? ap-^ovTas TOS ' 
rot? eTTtjueAeVfeo-t], | - - at KaOaircp Trpord Kat ey - - | - - s e 



ot 



IVat ey - - [*]ot 



ra? e uTre eKaroi; a^ t rot? 



lAa]rro^ e e? 'era [Kat , | 7ra6tv e a[7roreto-at], [8]eji>ieuo-a . 
1 [6 SeTva cine . . .] Kirchh. ; [rade '01 x<f v YYP a <pes x\ffvv(")ypa[(f)ffav Busolt. 



30 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 

Fr. d, e. vs. 4. ['Jot 8e afAAot MiAjeVtfot I [']opKo'[vrov 8]e 'ot 
7re[vre] | - - eov TO[VTO]V av djotoVfet] | - - s ovro[j KajAe'ro (?) 'o? av 
X [/>] *e - -, | e7rijueA[o']o-0ov, 'OTTOS av apto-r[a] [MtA]eo-tov e [ro]v 
<f>povpov KvpioL o[vr [ jtxtbvo[s aj^o^tjo? et ef/.ta? 'A0[va | 
[7rt/3]aAo'vre[s 'JoTroVes av 8oKet axo-[tos evat] \ [eo-0]epeo-0[at c]s rov 
virb TO | icr0ai av[ro]ts ert eire aAAo rt 5 J o^res 

t 5^[rat. 7r]e/9t 6e 'Ap^aa-6 
| [*]f j3[Ae re? ^uXaxes. roz; 
vel to-^eWo^] | az^ 67rtr[arre]rat c e /3oA. avro- 
Kpcr[o/o | [a7roo-]reAaz;ro[i> bvo] (frpopibt KOL roy a (vel 8) - - | 
- - cri TOV (vel roi>) CTT' [Eivd]uvo ap\ovros - - . 

Chalkis. 
130. 0. 7. ^L. iv. 27 a: y E8ox"*zJ re[t /3]oAei Kctt rot 



etTre* | Kara ra8e (r)oz^ *6pK.ov d/utoVat 'Adevaiov T\V j3o\ev Kat ro? 
8tKao-raj' OVK fycreho Xa)A/a8e'a9 )( XaAKt6os ovb Ttv ir6\w avd-\ 
o~TaTov TToecro ovbe t8torez> ovozva drt/ix|oa'o oi>8 ^)vyet ejuuoVo o^Se 
Xo-uAA^o-o|jixat o{8e aTroxrero o8e x/ e V ara o^cup^|<rq/ytat CLK(P)LTO 
ovbvbs avtv TO 8e/xo ro 'A^le^atoi' 01)8' 7ri<o-e</>i6 Kara 077/00- 
o-KAero | o^re Kara ro Koiz;6 o#re Kara t'StoVo ov8|e ew9, Kat 
\0ocrav 77pocrd^(ro \ irpbs (3o\ev Kat 8?juoz; 8eKa tjjLtpov ^OTCLV \ 
vevo Kara ro 8u^aroV. raiira 8e ^JUTTJ [e]8oo - o XaAKt8eC(7t^ 
jj,4vot,$ rot 5e| [M]OI rot 'AOevaiov. ^opKOcrai (8)e -rrpeo-^Setal [v] \63(rav 
eX. XaAKiSo? jitera roz; f opKoro|z; 'AfleiWos Kat aTroypa^xrat ros d/xo r - 
o-ai>r|a?. OTTO? 8' av [oJjuoVoa-tv aTravres e7rt//eA|oa-^ov *ot o-r[p]a- 
reyot. 

vs. 0,1. Kara ra8e XaAKt8ta? djuocrat' OVK a7ro[fr]rfc'|(70/otat aTro 
ro [8]ejoto ro 'A^evatov ovre r[x]v|et o#re ptyavti ov8e/itat 0^8' eTret 
oi8e | epyot o{/8e rot a^)to"rajuevot 7Tto~ojuat K|at ear a^>to~ret rts 
Karepo 'A^evatoto-t, K at rov (fropov WoreAo ' KQevaioicriv *ov | av 
Tret^o 'A^evato? Kat ^rv^a^o^ eo-o/xa t c otoj av 8wo/^tat apto-ros Kat 
8tKato'r|aros Kat rot 8e)*ot rot 'A^evatov /3oe|0e'ao Kat a^vvo eav rty 
d8tK6t rov 8e/xov rov | 'A0evai'ov Kat Tretaojaat rot 8e/xot rot 'A0|evatov. 
d/xoVat 8e XaAKtSeov ros l /3ovr]aj 'aTravra?. os 8' a// /^e d/^oVet, 
^rtfzov avr|6v evat Kat ra xpc/x.()ra avro 8e/uoVta Kat | ro Atoj ro 
*OAv/x7rto ro eTrtSeKarov *tepo| [v] eVro rov \pfj.dTov. 'opKoo-at 8e 
7rpeo-/3eltav 'A^evatov kXOoaav e? XaAKt8(a) /zera rjov *opKorov rov 
V XaAKtSt Kat a7roypd</)|(7at ros d/xoVavras XaAKt8eov. 



130-134.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 31 

vs. 40. 'AyrtKAes enre* dya0et rvyjzi ret 'A0eyat[oy, 7ToeV0at TOV 
6'pKoy *A0eyatos KOL XaA|Kt5e'as KaOdirtp 'Eperpteucrt e</><re(/>t(Tar|o 'o 
Se/zos f o 'A0eyatoy. 'OTTO? 8' ay rdxi0"r|a ytyyerat e7Tt//.eAo'o-0oy 'ot 
orpareyot. J 'otrt^es 6"e f^cropKocrocrL d(^>iKO/!xeyoi ejs XaAKt8a eAecr^at 
roy 8e/xoy TreWe ay8p|as aimKa /naAa. "Trept 8e roy o^epov aTTOKJ- 
pivaa-Oai XaAKtSeua-ty 'on z>ju /otey 'A^e^atot? SoKet ea^ Kara ra 
e^)<7^)to-/xeVa, '|or(a)y 8e 8oKt, /3oAevo-i/xeyot TroeVoo-t re|y 6taA- 
Aafyjev KaOon hv 8oKt 7rtre(8)eto|i' eVai 'A^eratots Kat XaA/ci- 
. ro? 8|e yvtvos TOS tv XaAxtSt 'oVot otKoz^re? | /oie TtXoviv 
KOL et rot 8e6orat 'JVTTO ro 8ejuo ro 'AOcvaiov areAeta,r6s 
8e a|AAo? reAer es XaAKt5a Kaddirep *ot aAAo|t XaA/a8e'es. ro 8e 
(f)(T(f)L(TiJia ro'Se Kat ror | f opKOV avaypd(f>(raL 'A0eWo-t /uei' ror y/t>a|/x- 
/a[a]ra res /3oAes e areAet At(^)tret Kat K|ara0eVat e? -TroAty reAeo-t 
rot? XaAKide'lou, er 8e XaAKt6t eV rot 'tepot ro Atos ro | 'OAu/uTrto 'e 

ravra kv 



ra e tepa ra eK ro 

Ovcrai. ds raxi""rct juer(a) 'lepo/cAeos rpes avfipas 'os ay eAerat (') 
jSoAe o-$6V avroy. 'OTTOS 8' ay ra^tora ru^ et 'ot o-rpareyol o-weTri- 
fj.\6(T0ov Kat r|o apyvpiov es rara [TrJapexoVroy. 

vs. 70- 'A/^^orpOTofs] etTre* r(a) jaey aAAa KaOaTttp ('A)|z;rtKAes, 
ras [8]e (vOvvas XaAKt5et>[o-]t Kar|a a^ov avrov eyat ey XaAKt8t 
KaOdnep 'A^le'yeo-ty 'A^eyatots, TrAey (frvyes Kat ^ayar|o Kat drt/uuas. 
Trept 8e rovroy e(/)eo-iy |ya|t 'A^eVafe es rey 'EAtatay rey roy 
0eo-joto^|eroy Kara ro ^xre0to-jua ro 8e/xo. 7re/ot 8e c^vAaKes 
ros o-rparryyos eTrtjueAea-^at | 'os ay 8woyrat apicrra 'OTTOS ay 



' O' 



K o s. 



Payment of Tribute by Subject States. 

C. I. A. iv. 27 a vs. 25 ff. See above 130. 

131. Thuc. i. 19. i, 56. 2, 66., So. 3; ii. 9. 4; v. in. 4; 
vi. 85. 2 ; vii. 57. 3. 

Subjected States made Tributary. 

132. Thuc. iii. 46. 2. 

Thasos. 

133. Thuc. i. 1 01. 3. 

Aigina. 

134. Thuc. i. 108. 4. 



32 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. i. 

Subjected States receive Kleruchies. 

Lesbos. 

135. Thuc. iii. 50. 2. 

Hestiaia. 
See below III. 218 ff. 

Alteration of the Tribute upon the establishment of 
Colonies and Kleruchies. 

See Thasos (III. 61 ff.), Chersonesos (III. 291), Andros, 
(III. 316). 

The Tribute after the Occurrence of a Revolt. 

Eevolt of Euboia. See III. 218 ff., 314. 
Revolt of Byzantion. See III. 245. 

Supply of Ships and Troops by the Allies. 

136. Thuc. ii. 9- 4, 5; iv. 28. 4, 42. I, 53. i, 75. i; vi. 
43 ; vii. 17. i, 20. 2, 57. 3. 

137. Andoc. 3 de Pace 38. See above 49. 

C. I. A. i. 432 (list of slain) vv. 20 and 34. See below III. 24. 

138. C.I. A. i. 434 (list of slain) vs. 13: AeAo'Soros Keib[s]. 
And perhaps vs. 20 : Auo-iaScs Keios. 

The Allies bound to serve the Athenians. 
C. I. A. iv. 27 a vs. 28. See above 130. 

139. C. I. A. iv. 61 a vs. I : . . .hv e7ray]ye'AA[coo-]t 'A0ez>[cuoi 

.... | .... K\ara\oyov /car. . . . 

140. Ar. Lys. 393 : 6 8e Arj/xoVrparo? | eAeyeu oirXiras Kara- 
Xtyttv ZaKwOitoV. 

C. I. A. i. 31 vs. 13 ff. See below III. 317. 

Participation in the Panathenaia. 

C. I. A. i. 9 vs. 2-7. See above 125. 

C. I. A. i. 37 vs. 43 ff. See above 72. 

C. I. A. i. 31 vs. Ji ff. See below III. 317. 



135-147.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 33 

Constitutional Condition of the Allies. 

Autonomous Allies. 
Oligarchy in Samos. 

141. Thuc. i. 115. 2, 3. 

In Mytilene. 

142. Thuc. iii. 27. 2, 3. 

TAe Lakedaimonians favour Oligarchy, the Athenians 
Democracy. 

143. Thuc. i. 19 ; iii. 82. 

144. Ar. Pol. viii. (v.) vi. (7). 9. 1307 b 20 : ITao-at 8' at TroAt- 
retat XVOVTCLI ore fj.v e CLVT&V ore 8' ea>0ei'j oraz; eVazma TroAtreta 
17 ^ TT\r)(TLov rj -Tro'ppo) jut,ei> exoixra 8e fivvapiv . OTrep crvveficuvev tif 

KOI AaKeSaijutoincov ot /mei; ya/) "AOi-jvaloi iravTa^ov ras 
, ot 6e AaKa>z>es rovy 6?J/xovs KCLT&VOV. 

145. [Xen.] jResp. ^4^. iii. IO : AOKOUO-I 8e 'A^^z/atot Kat roro' 
rot OVK opO&s fiovXevea-Oal ort roi/y \ipovs alpovvrai tv rats TroAea-t 
rats o-rao-ta^ovo-atj. ot 8e rouro y^cojar; Troiovo-tz;* et /utez> yap 
fypovvTO TOVS /SeArtovs, TJpowr' ay ov)(t rovs ravra yty^coo-KOjrra? 
(T(f)i(riv avrots* ey ovbefjaa yap Tro'Aet ro /3e'Art(rroy tvvovv eoVt r(3 
8r]/xa)* dAAa ro KaKiorozJ er eKadrr/ [eo~rt] TroAet zvvovv ra> 8r]ju&)' ot 
yap o/xotot rots 6/xotots eS^ot eto-t. 5ta ravra ovy 'AOrivaioi ra 
(T(f)i(riv avrots TTpoa-riKOVTa atpowrat. (ll) OTroo-a/as 8' TT\Lpr](rav 
atpeto-^at rovs /QeArtVrous, ov vvvriveyKtv avrots, aAA' ez;ros oAtyou 
\povov 6 bijjjios fbov\V(Tv' 6 fjitv Botcorots* rouro 8e ore 
etAorro rovs /3eArtcrrous, eyros dAtyou \povov aTroo-ra^res 
KaTCKotyav TOVTO 8e ore etAo^ro AaKeSatjLtortovs arrt 

erros oAtyou \povov AaKeSat/xoVtot Karaarpe^d/xe^ot Meo-o"?]j;i'oi>s 



146. Isocr. 4'Panegyr. 104: "OAcoz; pevr&v Trpay/xdrcor 
rowres, t8ta 8' eKacrrous eAev0e'pou ecS^res etvat, (105) Kat rw /xev 
irXrj0L (3or)()ovvTs rats 8e 8urao-retats -TroAejutou^res . . . (106) r^z; 
avrj\v TroAtretai; rjvircp Trap' ??fxtz/ avrots Kat Trapd rots dAAots Kare- 



147. JcZ. 12 Panathen. 54: Ot /xer yap ^/uteVepot Trarepes 
e7ret0oz> rovs o-u)Ujud)(ovs Troteto-^at TroAtretai; ravrr]v i}vnep avrol 
8tereAouz; dyaTrw^res' . . . AaKe8at/xoVtot 8e KareVrrjaraz; ov^' opoiav 
rrj Trap' avrots ovre rats dAAo^t -TTOU yeyez^/xeVats, dAAa 8e X Ka JJLOVOVS 
avbpas Kvpiovs eKao-r^s r^s Tro'Aecos eTrotr/crar. 

D 



34 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 

Special Cases. 

Mytilene. 

148. Thuc. iii. 47. 2, 3. 

Thrace. 

149. Thuc. iv. 85. i, 4; 106. 2 ; no. I ; 130. 4. 

Samos. 

150. Thuc. viii. 21 ; 75. 2. 

Oppression of wealthy Citizens of the Allies. 

151. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 14 : FTept 8e T<Sy o-v/x/xaxaji;, [on] ol 






j &>y SoKoimj /cat JUKTOVO-I rovs \pr](TTOvs, 
yiyvu*(TK.ovTe<i on /uu0-eto-0at juey avaytur) rov cip^ovTa viro rov 
fj,vov' et 6 t(7)(V(rouo'ti; ot TrAovcriot KCU ot t^upot ci' rats 
oXlyivTOV xpovov rj ap\r] earai rou 8?jjutou roS 'A^rj^a-t. . . (15) enrol 
6e TIS ay ort ^<r)(us <TTIV avrt] 'A^T/^atcoi;, cay ot crv/xjota)(0t Swarot 
a>(rt \prjjjiaTa f.l(T^xip^iv. TOLS 8e brj^oTLKols boKi /xetfoy aya^oy 
eu>at ra roiy av^a^o^v ^p^fjiara eW eKacrroy t^ety 'A^ryyatcoy, Kt- 

oe ocroy f^y Kat epyafeo-0at, aSuyaroDs o^yras 
Ar. Fesp. 288. See below 170. 
639. See below 171. 



Exceptional Freedom of Constitution. 

Selymbria in OL 92. 4 (B. c. 409). 
152. (7. J. J.. iv. 6 1 a vs. 5, 6 : [ y Eyat 8e Karacrrea-at 



piCLVOS TfJL 7TO\L\ [reta^ .... TpOTTOL ']oVot OLV 7TL(TTOVT\ [at . . .]. 

Letters U and A, O and A, E and H, ^. 



Constitution usually prescribed in detail. See the 
separate treaties (125 to 130). 



Athenian Officers in the Allied States. 

The Phrurarch and garrison. 
153. Isocr. 7 Areop. 65 : Kat roYe jueV, ore TO nXfjdos rjv 



jfjias ras r&v a\\b>v aKpoiroXcis (frpovpovvras . . . 
[Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 18. See below 174. 



148-161.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 35 

In Byzantion ? 

154. Ar. Vesp. 235 : TIdpe<rO\ o 5r) \OLTTOV y Ir' eoriV, aTTTra- 
Trat TraTraiaf, | r/^Tjs Ktvri$, ijvitC h Buaz>ri<*> wJj/xei> \ typovpovvr 
eyw re xat av. 

/n Kyzikos. 

155. Schol. Ar. Pac. 1176 : Ei/woAts tv IToXecrtz; (233 Kock)* 
77 5* vorarr/ TTOIJ V^ J ; ^'8e KvftKos TrXea <7rar^/)a)i;. | ez> r^6e roivvv 
rrj TroXet (frpovp&v eyw TTOT' avros KT|. 

/ft Erytfwai. 
C. I. A. i. 9 (b). See above 125. 

J-n Miletos. 
C. I. A. iv. 22 a, fr. d, e, vs. 9, 19. See above 129. 

In Samos. 

156. Thuc. i. 115. 3. 

In Thrace. 

157. Thuc. iv. 7 ; v. 39. i. 



C. I. A. i. 9 vs. 39. See above 125. 

The 4>u'XaKes. 

158. Thuc. iv. 104. 4; 108. 6. 

The apxon-cs. 

159. C. I. A. iv. 51 (p. 16), fr. f, g, vs. 34 : Kal TOS apx[ovT\as 

TOVS 'Adevaiov *ol av eKfdorore apyocri ]ov T( '* 

NeoTroAtras <t>v\aTTovTa[s] Kal TrpoOvfjios ovTas KOIV '6 Tt 

ovTai ayaOov]. 

160. Thuc. i. 115. .5. Cf. above 112, 1. 22. 

161. Ar. Av. 1050: *H4>12MATOn&AH2. 'Eai> 8e TIS 
ivvy TOVS ap-ftovTas, Kal pr) b\r]Tai Kara TTJV 



The Imoxoiroi. 
Specially appointed to superintend formation of Senate, 

and for similar purposes. 
C. I. A. i. 9 (b). See above 125. 

D 2 



36 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 

162. Ar. Av. 1022, : 

EIlI2KOnO2 : 'ETTIO-KOTTOJ TJ/CO) bevpo ro> 

s ray 
nEI20ETAIPO2 : 

TT{J.\lf 8e 715 (T 

EIT. 

TeX^ou Tt. 
ITE. BovAei o"fjra TOV nurOov Aa/3a>i> 

/XT) irpayjuiar' ^x. iv ) aAA* aTrieVat ; 

EFT. NT) rovj 0eovs. 

Schol. ad v. IO22 : 'ETTIO-KO-TTOS TJKCO: TrAdrret 
yap r\v 'A0TJz^)(ri. 

163. Harpocr. : 'ETHO-KOTTOS : *A.vTi$G>v tv ro> Tre/ot rpu 

<f)6pov KOL tv rw Kara Aato-^o8tou (viii. 23 Blass). ZOLKCKTIV ex- 
7re/i7recr0at rtres VTTO 'A^vata)^ ei? ray VTT^KOOVS TroAeis e7rt(TK7rro- 

ra -Trap' iKcJcrroty. eo^paaros yow ez> a' rwz; 7roXtrua>^ raiz; 

Kaipovs $r](nv OVT(*>' -TroAAw yap KaAAiou Kara ye rr)i/ TOV 
Otviv, w? ot AaKooue? ap/xoo-ras (frdo-Kovrfs ts raj Tro'Aeu 



164. Pollux viii. 114: Kal eTTt rrjcrcoz; ot ra Trapa rwz; 
eto-Trparrozrres Kat ras -TroAtreias avr&v e<pop<2i;res. 

Cf. the apxoz^res (159-161 above). 

Possibly they possessed judicial powers. 

165. (7. 7. J.. iv. 96, fr. a, d, vs. 3 : [AtJKa? SidoVfre vel ra]s 
TTpos 'A^^[ato^ ros e7ri<rKoVo|? Ka]ra ra? \av[fjipo]has, 'at ecrafz; Trpo 
roi;ro ro XP 0/z; l -] ^ u ^ ^^ s refers to a kleruchy. 

166. Ar. J.V. 1032: OVK aTToo-o^o-ets; OVK aTroto-ets rw 



Special Commissioners. At Miletos. 
C.I. A. iv. 22 a fr. a and b., vs. 4, 5 ff. See above 129. 
Cf. [Xen.] Eesp. Ath. iii. n. See above 145. 

Secret Service. 
167. Bekker, Anecd. vol. i. p. 273, v. 33 : KpuTrr?} 

i' 'AOyvaitov Tre/xTTOjucz;?; ets rovj VTnjKoovs, Iva 
ra efa) yivoptva.. bia TOVTO yap Kai KpviTTol 

Envoys from Athens. 
[Xen.] J^esp. Ath. i. 18. See below 174. 



162-173.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 37 

Judicial Position of the Allies. 

Prosecutions at Athens in Matters of State concerning 
the Confederacy as a whole. 

168. C. I. A. i. 38 fr. f. vs. 5. See above 73. 

169. C. 1. A. iv. 38 a. See above 102. 

Vs. 10: ros o<eAe'ro *o yp[a<o-a^eyo? --- ] \rtv 6e ypafytv 
eVaft --- rot Fajue] |At6Vt . eaz; 6"e' rts a[ ----- ] | KAe'tre? * /3oAe 
/SofAeve'ro ] tcrayovrov 
po^[ ----- ] |jca re? 
---- rez; (3o\v IT 
ret 'vo-repaftat ---- r] es 'atpeVeos 

170. Ar. Fesp. 




T&V TtpobovTuv ram 
ov OTTCOS eyx^r/otet?. 

171. Id. Pax 639 : 

To>y Se avwaytov eo-etoy rovj Trax^tj Kat 

atrtas &r Trpoorrt^eVre?, a>? (frpovol ra 
[Xen.] J^esp. ^l^A. i. 14. See above 151. 
Cf. the suits referred to, C. I. A. iv. 27 a, vs. 6 f and 73 f : 
above 130. 

The SrjfXOaiOl K\T)TT]pCS. 

C. I. A. i. 37, vs. 27. See above 72. 
(7. J. J.. i. 38, vs. 14. See above 73. 

172. Ar. Av. 142,2 : 

2TKOMNTH2. M< AC, aXXa KArjr^p etjut 

Kat <TVKO(j)dvTrjs 

TIEI20ETAIPO2. '1 jmaKapie rrjs 

2TK. Kat Trpayfj.aTobi(l)rjs. tra 

TCLS TToAet? 



Allies not competent to inflict the heavier penalties. 
Athens the judicial centre. 

173. Antiphon v. cZe OaecL Z?6r. 47 : Nw 8e Trptd/xevot rov 
avbpa, Ibiq eTrt cr</)w^ amStv aTteKTewav, TOV ^vvrrfv, ovre r^s 



3 8 ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. i. 



, oi/re avro'xetpa ovra TOV avbpos. o 
avTOVS <f>vXa<T(TW) TJ rot? </>tA.ois rot? e/zots efeyyUT/o-ai, r) rot? 
apyovvi rot? ifyxerepots TrapaSowat, Kat tyrjtyov ircpl avTov ycvearOai. 
i>w 8e avrot KarayvoVres ro*> Oavarov TOV avbpos ciTreKretVare' 6 ov8e 
Tro'Aet 2eoTtz>, avtv *A0r]vai<DV ovbeva Bavar^ ^iSxrai. 

174. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 16 : Ao/cet 8e 6 r/fzos 6 'A^z/atcor xat 
Z> rwSe KaKcSff f3ov\V(T0ai on TOVS (rvfjifjid^ovs avayK&ov<ri irXtlv 
eTrt 8tas 'A^^afc* ot 8e a^riXoyt^o^rat o<ra ey rovrw li't aya^a 
rw 8?}fxa) r<Sz/ ' AOrjvatw irp&rov fJ.lv airb r$>v TrpVTaveitov TOV fjuo-dov 
bC tviavrov XafJLpaveiV clr* otKot Ka6ruj.voi avtv veG>v KTT\OV 8tot- 

KOV(TL TCLS TToAftJ TO? (TVfJi}JLaX^baS' KOL TOVS /Ui; TOV brjjJLOV (Tto^OVO-l, 

TOVS 8* tvavTLovs a7roX\vov(riv fv Tols biKao-TrjpLois' et 8e OIKOI 
etxor CKaa-rot ras biKas, are a\06^voi 'AOrivaiois, TOVTOVS av crfy&v 
GLVT&V aTTto\\V(rav ot'uues <^>tAot jaaAto-ra ^cray ' AOrjvaiav rai 

(17) Trpos 8e rovrot? 6 8?j/utos r&v'AQiqvaitov rae Kp5atVet ra>z; 
'A6rivr)(Tiv ovcrQv rots o-u/xjuaxot?' Ttp&rov fj.v -yap 57 eKaroo-rr) rrj 
77o'A.t TrAeiW 17 er rieipaie? euetra t rw <rvvoiK.ia tcniv, 
Trparref eTretra t ra> feuyos !0riz> ^ ai/8pa7ro8oi; {JuaO 

(18) eTreira ot Krjpv/ces afjiivov 7rparrovo-t 8ta raj eTrtS^juttay raj 
rwz; vvw&yu>v. TTpbs be TOVTOIS, et JACJ; /xr) eTTt 8tKas rjecrav ol 

(TVfJLfJiaXOL) TOVS KTT\OVTaS ' AOrjVCLLtoV fTLfJL(tiV &V {JLOVOVS, TOVS T 

arparrjyovs Kat rovs Tpi7jpdp\ovs 1 Kat 7rpeo-y3et9. z^w 8' 
rov bfjuov KoXaKtvew T&V 'AOrjvaiotv etj eKao-ros ro>z/ 
ytyz;w(rKa)r ort 8et fxer aQiKOfjievov ^Adrjvafc 81*071; 8owat Kat XafBtlv 
OVK v aAXots rtcrtr aX\' ^y ra> 8?ijLi&), os eo-rt 8^ z/o'/xo? 'A^?}z;rjo-f 
Kat a^rt^oA.r^o'at az/ayKa^erat ez> rot? 8tKao~r?/ptots Kal l<n6vTos 
TOV 7n\aiJ.(3av(r0ai TTJS \eipos. 8ta rouro ow ol 
rot) 8rj/zot> rwr 'AOrjvai&v KaOearracn jmaAXoz/. 

175. [Xen.] ^esp. J.^. iii. I : v Ert 8e Kat ra8e rtvas opw 
(frofJLfvovs *A6r)vaiovs ort ei^torc OVK eorty avTo 

/3ov\?j oi8e rw 8r}jac) ZVIOLVTOV Ka^rj/xeVw dpflpcoTrar Kat roCro 
yiyvtTai ovbcv bi a\\o rj ort 8ta ro ir^rjOos T&V -Trpayjuara)!/ ov\ 
otot re Travras aTro-TrejutTretr eto-t \pr){jLaTL(ravTs. 

Cf. Xen. ^eW. i. 5. 19 ; Isocr. xii. Panath. 66. 

C. I. A. iv. 27 a, vs. 70 ff. See above 130. 

0. 7. -A. i. 9, fr. c. (punishments), fr. b. ac ^/w. (sanction of 
the Athenian people). See above 125. 

1 <f>f)ovpapxovs Wilam. Phil. Unl. i. 74. 



174-181.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 39 

Private Actions. 

C. I. A. iv. 22 a, fr. c. 8 ff. See above 129. 

176. Isocr. 4 Panegyr. 113: "AAAa Trpds rots aAAots Kat wept 
r<3y StKaw Kat T&V ypa<f)5)V T&V TTOTC Trap' ?y//,ti> ytvo^vtov Aeyetz-' 
TO\HUHTIV, at/rot TrAetovs ev rpttrt fjirfa-lv aKpirovs aTTOKTivavTs S>v 
f) TTo'Ats eTTt rrjs apX*? ? a^ao"^? i-Kpivev. 

177. 7c. 12 Panath. 62: Otjutat 8e roi;? ar^Saij a/covoi/ra? raw 
Xoya)i^ rourfoz; . . . Tii\eLpi]creiv (63) . . . ras re 6tKa? Kat raj KptVets 
ra? fvOdbe ytyrojaeWs rot? o-vju/x^ots Kat rrV r<3^ <o'pa)z; 



178. Dittenberger, >%Z. 79, v. 44: Ta? 6e 6tKa? Kat r) [as 
ras Kar' 'AOrjvaitov / 7rot^o'o//,at] 7rti(7as eKKX^ros K| [ara ras 
, OTroVat az/ aio-ti/ vTrep e]Karoy Spaxj^aV ea| [^ Se rts roXjotat 

Ketcoz; ros KareX^JoWas ?) 'A^z^atol [s 17 ra>^ CTV^OL^MV rtra 
Trapa roi)s opKous Kat] ras o-wflrj/cas, | [OVK eTTtrpe'v/fco ovre ri\VJ]i 
ovre prixavrji ovSe/juai, KrA. 

179. C. I. A. 546. Decree of the Coresians, circa 363 B. c. 
V. 2O : Eiy] |at [8c] Kat e^eo-ty 'A^ya^c Kat rwt <j>rivavTL KCU rait 



[Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 16. See above 174. 

Preliminary Enquiries. 

180. Antiph. v. de Caed. Her. 29 : 'ETretSrj 8e eyw /ote 
rj TiXtuv ets r^y Ati/oy, ro 5e TT\O~OV TJKCV ets r^r MurtA?jz;?7r eV w 
eyw Kat 6 'HpwSrjs eTrt^o^er, irp&Tov juer et^/Sa^res ts ro TrXotoy 
.... aTTorpaTToVez'ot rovrov rou Ao'you o-v\\a(36vTS e/3a- 



rois 



Ibid. 47. See above 173. 

0. J. J.. iv. 22, fr. c. vs. 18 and 24. See above 129. 

Cf. Ar. J.v. 1050 : above 161. 

The Epimeletai. 

C. I. A. i. 38 fr. f. vs. 5. See above 73. 

C. I. A. iv. 22 a fr. c. vs. 19 ff. See above 129. 

[Note. The eTrtjuteA^rat r&v KaKOvpycou. 

181. Antiph. v. de Caed. Her. 17 : 'E9eAoi/ros yap /otov eyywjras 



4 o ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF [Ch. I. 

rpet? K.a6i(TTavai Kara rbv vopov .... r&v oe aXXtov tv(*)V oorts 
TrcoTrore fiO\rj(r /caraorTJo-at eyyurjra?, oi8etj TTWTTOT' tbtOj]. Katrot 
ot eTTtjueArjrat r<3z> naKovpyvv r<o ai>ra> xp<2z>rat z/o'jxw rourw.] 



Eufxf3oXcu, 

182. C.I. A. iv. 6 1 a, vs. 17: [Ta 6 a]AAa x<V/3oAa [r]a 
TTporo tv rot? t| [Sto'rat? 7rp]6s ros i'8tora[s] e idtcorei Trpos ro K| [otz/oz; 
e rot Kot]i/6t Trpos ttore[i;] e eaz; rt aAAo yty| [z>erat, 8ta]Ave/z 7r[p]o? 
aAAAos* o rt 6* &v aja^)to-/3r]| [roa-t, 6tKa]? Irat aTro \o-vjji ^6\ov. 

Vel : ["Oo-a 5' aA]Aa yjrvpfioXala Ttpo ro ev rot? t| [6 tor at 9 TTp]6s 
TOS tdtoVafs] e tSicoret -Trpos ro K| [otvoi; I KOi]z;St Trpos t5tore[y /x]e, 
fav rt a[A]Ao yty| [roo-/co(rti;], Xveju 7r[p]o? aXXeAoj, o rt 5' az> CL^KT- 
fir)\ [roo-t 6tKa]s Iz^at OTTO yjcrvulSoXov. Stahl. 

A for O, H for E, A for U occasionally. 

C. I. A. iv. 96 fr. a, d, vs. 3. See above 165. 

C. I. A.ii. ii, v. 12. See below 195. 

183. C. I. A. ii. 86, v. 18 : n|ot7}o-ao-0o) 8e /cat cn;ju/3oAa ?} /3oA.r) 
7T/3|o9 roz^ /Sao-tXta rdy St^cartcoz; xrA. 

184. I. G. A. 322, 5, vs. 14 : At K' o Faa-a-ros 'Tro(r) rov Faa-rbv 
StKaferat /car (r)as crui'jSoXas : Sajutopyo? *eAeVrai : ros 'opKO/aoraj 
apLcrrivbav, rav irtvTopKiav djuoVa^ra?. f. e. si civis civi litem 
intenderit ex pactione publica, damiurgi creanto iudices ex 
nobilibus, iurati iusiurandum quintuplum. 

185. [And.] 4 in Ale. 18 : IIpos /uez; raj aAAas TroAets ey rot? 



Oepov' tav 8e rts TrapafBfj, jueyaArjz; frpiav 7rt rovrots 

186. [Dem.] 7 c?e Halonn. g : v Ert irept o-vpfioXav (prja-l TTC- 
TTOja^eVat Trpos ^jmas rous TroirjcrofJievovs, ravra 8e Kvpia <T(rOai, 
OVK iTi$av V rw 8tKaoT77pt'a> rw Trap' v/xti> Kvp^Off, a><nrp 6 vo/uos 
TretSav &>? lauror iravV')(6f}, ^iai^ov rr\v Trap' v^Gtv 
yv&criv ws kavrov Troiovfjicvos. /SouAerat yap v/z<Sz> rotiro 
KOL o^oXoyov^vov (v rot? o"v/z/io'Aot? Karacrr^at, ort 
raw Trept IToretSatay yeye^r^^eWz; a^tK^fxarco^ ovdep eyKaAetre avr<5 
a>s dStKOUjuerot, dAAa (Befiaiovrf diKatoos CLVTT)V e/cetroz; Kat Xafitlv 
Kat KKTf](T0ai . . . . (ii) eiret ort ye <rv^^6\u)V ovbev Se'ozmzt Maxe- 
8oVcs TTpos *A0r]vaiov$, 6 TrapeA^Av^w? vjuttz; x/ 3 ^ 05 reKfXTjptov 
yV(T0u). ovre yap 'Ajuvz^ra? 6 Trarrjp 6 ^tAtTTTrou o(5^ ot aAAot 



182-194.] THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. 41 

7/juerepaz;. (12) KCLLTOL 77\iov$ ye ^o~av at eTTtjuetft'at ro're Trpo? 
dAArjAov? T; z;w eto-iV v^>' r^uv yap r\v rj MaKe8oz>ta Kal (j)6povs 

(j)pov, Kal roT? ejuiTropiot? ro're juaAAoz; r) vvv rj^ls rot? eKet 

rot? Trap* i7juuz> expcoz^ro, Kal e/x7r opt/cat 8tKat OVK 
axnrep vvv, a/c/>i/3ets, at Kara /x^ra, -rrotowat {JUjbtv bel 
roi/s roo'ouroi' aAATyAcor aTrexorras. (13) < ^^ > o/xcos oi8ez;6j rotourou 
oz/ros rore, ov/c eAucrtreAet o~i;/u,/3oAa r noif](ra^voi < s OVT K MaK8ortas 
'A^TJra^e 8tKas Ar^^ojmepoty, ov^' ^jottr et? MaKeSorta^ dAA' 

re rot? e/cet rojutjutots CKetrot re rot? Trap' ^jutz; ras Suca? eAa//- 
fiavov /xr/ oSr dyz/oetre ort rd (rvfj,(3o\a ravra yiyvtrai ets V 
ro^ /xr/8' afji(f)L(r(3r]Tfj(Tai. eiAoya)s ^/xas ert IIoretatas. 

187. Arist. Po^. iii. i. (i). 3, 1275 a ^ : ^^' ' T 1; 
e'xoz'rej ovrco? wore Kat SI'KTJZJ V7rt\iv Kal 6tKcifeo-^at (TroAtrat 
rouro yap virdp^L Kal rots aTro (7V/^/3o / Aa)i' KOtrcorouo-ti/* Kal yap 
rairra rovrois vTrdp^L. 

188. M ^6S/?. ^L^. 59. 6. 

189. Harpocr. : 2v/x/3oAa* rd? o-vz^Kas, a? dz; dAA^Aat? at 
TroAeiy ^e'/uerat rdrrcoa-t rot? -zroAtrat? coo-re 6~ioVat Kat Aaju/3dvetz; 
ra 8tKata. 

190. Hesych. : 'ATTO o-i>ju/3o'Aa)z> StKa^etz^* eStKafov 'A^z^atot aTro 
(TVIJLJSO^CDV rot? vTrrjKoois. Kal TOVTO fy xaXfTtov. 

191. Pollux viii. 63: 'ATTO (rv^jSoX^v 6e (8tKat ^o-ar) ore ot 



192. Bekker, J.wec<i. GV. vol. i. p. 436. I : 'Avro 

a^et : 'A^ratot OTTO O-UJU/^O'ACOZ; efitKafor rot? VTTTJKOOLS. oi/ra>? 
'Apto-roreAr??. 

193. Antiph. v. rfe (7aecZ. -ETer. 78 : 'Erepou? opw roi/? juez/ et? rr)z> 
?/7retpoi' toi'ra? {rov?} 8e a otKovvra? ez; rot? TroAe/xtot? rot? v/xere'pot? 2 
Kal 8tKa? a 



Cases o/ Contracts made outside Athens between an Athenian 
and a foreigner ; decided at Place of Contract. 

[Dem.] de Halonn. 13. See above 186. 

194. [Dem.] 33 contr. Zenoth. 18: Merd raCra TrpovKaAetro 6 
Ilpcoro? avrov Kat Ty/met? eirl rr)v dpxrji> r^v rcSz^ 2vpaKoa-tcoz;, Kaz^ /utez/ 



toi'Tas Arai otwoui'Tas codd. 
3 , TOVS 81 Kal Keiske, TOVS Sc Is ir6\tv ^v/u/iax/Sa 8ioKtofjievovs Fraenkel. 



42 THE ATHENIAN CONFEDERACY. [Ch. 1. 195-202. 



r o-trop eKetz/os <$>alvr]Ta.i KrA. \Hypoth. : "E/uiTropos rts, 
n/)<3ros oVojua, eTjynaro rou apyvpiov alrov tv 2iy>aKovo-ats, Kat TOVTOV 
els 'AOrfvas KrA.] 



-u/xpoXaia, |ujJLJ36Xaiai Sucai. 
195. (7. 7. A ii. II, v. 5: [Tot]s 4>a0-r?Airais ro ^[?i$]i| [a-/xa 



rti^a, 'A^TJf^i]] | [<ri ra? 8]tKas ytyrecr^at Trfap] | [a rwt 
Ka0aTTp X| [tots Kat] aAXo^t jur)8e a/xo* ra>| [v 8e aAAcoz/| 
OTTO vfJi(B6\(tiv K.OLT \ [a ray Xtwi^] vfjif3oXas Trpoj <I>a| [dTjAtraj] 
ras StKas ez;[a]t, ras | [8e ...... ]o . atyehZv. 

Vv. 1 2 ff. : Kar' | [avras ras] u/x/3oAas TTpos ^a] [o-T]Atras] ras 
6t/cas e[ra]t, ras | [8e Trpos X]io[s] afaXtv. Stahl. Karfa ras irplv] 
v[jil3oXds olim Koehler. 

196. Dem. 34 acfa;. Pliorm. 45 : Ot . . ro/xot rwz; 'A0?}znjo-t rrvjut- 
/SoAatco^ KcAevoiKrt ras 8t/cas ?rat TT/C/OS rois 0e(7jLto0eras. 

197. Diod. xii. 21. 3: IIoAAa 6e Kat aAAa rwz; <rvju/3o\atW Kat 
rwz; aAAcoz; r<Sz; Kara rbv /3ioi> ajJ-^Kr^Tov^va^v KaAais 



198. Strabo vi. i. 8. 26o = Ephorus Fr. 47 (Miiller, F. H. G. 
i. p. 246) : Kat TO aTrAoixrre/xws CLVTOV (rov ZaAeuKor) Trept T&V crvfJi- 
^3oAata)r Starafat. 

199. Thuc. i. 77, i : Ei^/SoAauus] fu/i/SoAtjuatats Cobet coll. 
Hesych. : fv/z/SoAt/Was 8tKas ! 'ArrtKot ras Kara o-7;ju/3oAa. 



200. [Arist.] J?esp. J.^. 59. 5. 

201. Pollux viii. 88 : EtVayouo-t 8e (TT/OOS rovs 0eo-/xo0eras) . . . 
Kat StKas ejutTToptKcis. 

202. Dem. 33 contr. Apat. I : Tots juev ejunro'pois . . . Kal rots 
ravKAr/pots KeAevet 6 ro/utos eT^at ras 8tKas Trpos roi>s 

eai/ rt aStKw^rat z^ ra> e/^7ropta> ^ tvOtvbe Trot TrAeoz^res 17 ere/ 
/oo Krc. 
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THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. II. 



v. 6 b - - 


. . . . V . . Ot 




(IV) 


[APh]llll 

HH 


Kapvavbes 
Mabva&es 


APhllll 
XHH 


IlefpKoViot] 
At[z;tot] 




(ii) 


HP 


Nt[o^ptot] 






c - - 


Ma 


H 


0> 


t> 







o 


[PAP]hllll 


0^0-Vtot 


ra'uuru 


M" fi "" 1 


[HHjH 


KrtStot 


AP[hllll 
H(P) 


ot 
ot 


[HH]H 

JO - - 


Tlvpviot. 
IIptaTre? 


10 H 


[MKV7Tpv]aloi 




['JeA]vo-tot 


H[P 


Mapowrjcu 





[AiV]8toi 


F[H 


2a M o0pat>cs 


'5 - - 


ot 





MiAeVfiot] 


_ _ 


z/etot 


5b - - 


AaTfJi[lOl\ 


- - 


_ _ 


H(P) 


Mv&<r[ioi] 


- - 


ot 


XPHHH 


Xpcro[i;eo-trat] 








fK 1 Al" j3" 1 




(III) 


AA - 


[Aje<|)o"tjuai'[5csj 








HH 


2 L 7rjctpToAtot 


APh 


Bepvfrtrai] 


H 


2iKCL<p(TlOL 


Illl 


T^TTO re[t V 18]ct 


5 b Phllll 


'Afetot 


APhllll 
5 HHH 


J EAaara[t] 


AAAAPhhh Bepyatot 
APhllll Tvpo'StCat 


AAAhhhll 


NearSpfeta] 


AAP 


Svptoi 


H 


Mvpti;a[tot] 






HPAPhlll 


J AAt/cap[Va0-o-esl 




(V) 


HH 


KvAActi' otot 


XHH 


Kvfiatot 


10 AAAhhhll 


jvvpj3to"o"osl 


[X] 


Ilept^^tot 


P -- 





[H]HH 


<I>oKates 






5 XIX X 


Atytverat 





[Aao-'AeH 


v L J 

[P] 


/ 

0epjuatot 








er 'iKapot 


5 b - - 




H[HP] 


Tepjuepej 


_ _ 


[npoKOwleViot 


10 HHH 


KoAociortTat 



3-4.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



47 



AAAhhhll 


[NVtes 


[PJAAP 


Tap\yap^ 


H 


SapPaKTVS 


[HHjHH 


2t[yytot] 


PHHP 


'E[</)](7tOt 


[HHjP 





APhllll 


Kap/3a(rt>az>8es 










15 P 


Ka[v]vLOL 




[AvAltarac 


AAAhhhll 


Kpi/ L ] 




[YlL\TavaloL 


XF 


*A/3[6]eptTat 




[Fplwetes 


Phhhll 


Mw[8tot] 


5b - - 


[Aav]i;toretxtra^t] 


FHHPI XaA[Ke5o>tot 
20 HHH 0cfccr[ioi] 
APhllll riat r L o-e^ot 
Col. I vs. 17: HP J Ao-raKz;ot, or 
8 b [IlJeActarat Rangabe, [ZjeAetarat 


HH 'Aort'pe^ot, 
Boeckh. 


[ZjeAetarat 
Koehler. Col. V vs. 



4. G. I. A. I 229. Year 4. OZ. 82. 2. (B. c. 451.) 
Letters &Nt>([* in title) *O 



ETU res opx^ s 1 


-es rerdtpT 1 /?, [ft - 


- - JAes eypa/x/xa L rci 


;e AJAt/xoo-tos. 


I 1 ) 




HH 


Sp^w[i] 


\ / 


4>ao-eAir[at] 


HHAAP 
lobAPhllll 


KopeVtoft] 
Perate[s] 




Kal^pa^'atot 


PHHP 


Kap^or[ioi] 


HHH 


'Acfcvratot 


APhllll 


rpurxtty] 


5 F 1 

PHHH 


Atyd^r[t]ot 
Mtvbaloi 


P 
AAAhhhll 


AtKa[ta] 


APhllll 


2K\a](t>(Taioi 


i 5 bH 


Ate[s]" ' 


P 


NeoTToAtrat 


APhllll 


Ate[s] 




[K] naAAeVe? 


APhllll 


[B>u r L ^etJes 


10 HP 
AAAAhlll[l 
AAP 


[M]i>Koznot 
K]ao-oAa^8[e9] 


H 
HPAPh[llll] 
20 b HH 


[njeSatrey 
AAtxapi'acrtot 
KuAAd^rtot 




^ J L 


AAAhhhll 


Kvp/3t(nres 




ot 


L J 


i / 


_ _ 


tat 


(1 


i) 




[KzH5>oi 


P 


0ep/ut[atot 




[X]eppove[or]rr[atj 




eX? ['iK^po 


5b [APhjIIII 


ITup^tot 


APhllll 


Kap[pa]<rva[v] 


P 


Kawuot 


AAAhhhll 


Kp[ves] 


XHH 


"Ai;5pto[t] 


5 Phhhll 


Av[Ajearat 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Oh. II. 



H P KAafojueVtot 


5 AAAhhhll 


Nones 


APhllll [n>p7rapiora r L t] 


APhlll! 


'EAattra't] 


HAAAhh[hlll OtVatot 


APhllll 


IIai<7ej>o[Y] 


eX? 'I/capo 


APhllll 


rTepKo<rio[i] 


10 HHP Tep/xepe[y] 


HP 


AapbavZs] 


PH Te'tot 


10 - - 


KoAo$oV[ioi] 


HHH 4>oKai[es] 




[X]a[AJKiarat 


Phhhll ITaAa^tTrepKoVtoi] 





Na\\o-itT(u] 


PHHHH Ka[\x*8owoil 


_ _ 


2e[X]w[)8pioyot] 


15 H 




Kotot 


15 b [HHHjH 2ty[ytot] 


15 - * 


OAi'i'$ L ioij 
[2jKcij8Acitb[tj 


HP Mop[oi;tTOt] 





[2rp i^)LO"jct?o L 6j 


PPAAAAHIII Sep^wAtes] 




[Mi>jyto-o-es 


P APhllll vVfcrioi] 





[Ua]KTV L \ 


XHH Ki(juatoi] 


20 - - 


. . . toft] 


20 b HP Ka[Adz;[tot] 





[Nea]^[p]e[t]a 


HHH Ae/3e'6t r L oi] 





[Aa^ovfs " 


A nLini TT \ n f\ ~\ 
L\\ rllll LLOM^vaLOL KCL[L J 




[Bep]ya[t>t 


(III) 


25 [HP 


K^pVor' 


V.20 APKIIII] 

AAAA *A(T(7e[ptrat] 


AAP 
APhllll 


A[to-]oi; 


P riao-ai;5" L s] 


Phhhll 


0^ao-^apej 


[A] Phil II nirai;aTo[i] 


H 


[Mvp]ivaloL 


[APh]llll B r u a]pyyAte[s] 


30 APhllll 





25 [Ph]hhll Mu>]8tot 


Phhhll 




[PH 2a/x]o0paiKe^s] 






SroAtot 




(V) 


- - o . A - - 


-- 


'leAwrtot 


(IV) 


20 HA 
HAA 




AAP "IKIOL 


APh 





Fl7rcip[atotJ 


AAAhKHI - - 


0cto~tot 


Phllll 




y |_J II , r /-| 


25 APhhllll 





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49 



PhhHI '()--- AAP 

APhllll K--- 30 H Ta--- 

APhllll 0u5a - - - - 

The following fragment (20) from the style of the letters is given to 

this year ; but the attribution is not certain. See also C.I. A. iv. p. 7 1. 

2 



5 - - 



. orcrvp - - 

[X]aA.Ke'ro[pes] 



[p]aviTai 



Phhhll AvAter[<u 
10 P 

X 

H 

PHHHH 

H 
15 



(2 lines.) 
Ot^atot 



5 - - 



[API-llljl ITapmipiorai 



5. C. I. A. i. 230. Year 5. 01. 82. 3. (B.C. 450.) 

Letters AAA & D-C (='in title)A/P(f* in title)* 
'ETTI TS <fcpX^? T [* s ] itfy 

(i) 

HHH Xeppoz/eVioi 

APhllll 
F 
5 APhllll 

AAAhhhll 
HHHPPh Kotoi 



[AAAhh]HI 
10 [F]H Te'tot 

[PhhH]l 



15 - - 



- - 'E/>v0pcuo|Vl vel ' 

rioXt[x y 

2c5[o(noi 
ITre[AeoViot 



rob 



5 c - - 



7 A- 



(ni) 

(5 li 



(i line.) 



?] 



at 



5 


THE QUOTA-LISTS. 


[Ch. II. 


_ _ 


[roA]ty(rioi 




\v ripoTroz;n8t 




[AtJ/catOTToXirat 


Phhhll 


2epjutato[t] 


5 b 


[*Epe]rptou aTTOtKOt 


APhllll 


2raytp[tr]at 




[2]amiot 


lob APhllll 


'AoraKe[v]ot 


[APh]llll 


NeaTroXts 


FAPHIII 


2ro / Xto[t] 




Trap' 'AvTL<rapav 


Phhhll 


'Epo'Stot 


H 


McKVTrepz^atot 


HHH 


Tevtot 


10 b P 


2fca/SXatot 


HHH 


2t0i;tot 


AAAA 


'Ao-o-cptrat 


15 b HHHH 


Ketot 


AAPhllll 


4>eyertot 


PH 


"Az;8pioi 


P 


AtKata 


Ahhhh 


'lerat 




Trap' "Afibepa 


XPHAA 


Ilaptot 


i5b XP 


'A^Septrat 


APhllll 


2tyet[e]s 


HP 


Mapoues 


20 b P 


Kapuo-rtot 


HP 


wo- tot 


HHH 


Kvd[vLoi] 


[XHjH 


Atz/tot 


H 


2rvp[es] 


[P]H 


2a/zo^patKs 


P 1 





20 b 


[NJeoTToXtrat 


(2 


lines.) 


(a 


lines.) 


XX[X 


Aiyivtrai] 








t 


HHPAAA 


.... tot 




(V) 


APh[llll] 


.... tot 


- - 


ratot 


5 c AP[hllll 


HtTaz/jatot 


H- 


t 




(IV) 


(4 


lines.) 




)(trat 


(3 


lines.) 


_ _ 


t 


HHAPhhlllll - 


_ _ 


ot 


5 b Phhhh 'E 


(3 


lines.) 


XHHHFAAAIIII Xep[poi;e(7trat 






PHHHF'P 


'Epv^fpatot] 






HHAAA - 




Phhhh 


'AX r ' i 


PH 


_ 


i n i r i 

HFAhh 


Tei^8t[ot] 


APhlllfl] 


4>ap[/3e'Xtot] 


I0b XP 


Bu^av[rtot] 


XHH 


Aa^o-aK[e>ot 


HHH 


XaXxe8oV[tot] 


5 b HFAAAhhll 2t'yytot 


X 


MtX^o-tot 


Phhhll 


Aao-K7;X[et]oz; 


H 


Aar^ttot 



5-6. J 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



H 

15 b H 

H UpLdvts 

H Kw/8w|>] 

A P Hill BapyvXics 

PhhhHI Kapvavbes 

20 b F Tlaaavbts 



H 



ot 



(2 lines.) 
APH-III 
HAAAAhhhh K 



Frg. 25 belonging to uncertain columns. 

H 



(I) 
- - - - t 

(2 lines.) 

ot 



(ii) 

(2 lines.) 



APh[llll 
5 H Mvpi[valoi 



APHlil 

AAAH-HI Nortes 
AAAAHIII 
10 HAAAAP Ke/3peW AAA - 
AAAhhHI 
HHH 



15 [AA]AP 



6. C. I. A. i. 231. Year 6. 01. 82. 4. (B.C. 449.) 
Letters B N/V 

15 AFHIII 



(I) 

[APHJIII 
[- - h]hhll T[I;&I]<H 

[Phhh]ll FeMUoi 



[Mvptz^atot 



10 - - 

[AAA]hhhll 



[F]HHHH 

[A]Phllll [Uiravafa 



[H^HH 

APhllfll] Tltfpvioi 
APhlll[l] 
HH 
20 [AlAAf-hHI 

[A]AAhhhll X[u>i 
[H]HH 



25 [PA]PHIII 



[OtVat>[t 
(14 lines.) 



E 2 



52 THE QUOTA-LISTS. 


[Ch. II. 


A^-H 


X 


[Atji'Stot 


45 - - Ka[<roXa/3es] 


m'i in 
i rij 





(Vacat.) 


APhllll 
r 5 Phllll 


K 
Ku--- 


(II) 


APhllll 
AAAP 


Ato[o-tptrat] 


(6 lines.) 


AAP 


'OXo^xo-tot] 


1 - . ot 


HP 


KXa[Co/x^totl 


(20 lines.) 


20 XHHHH 


c A[j386ptrat] 


28 - - ot 


HP KaXv8[z^iot] 

A A A Tl 1 1 111 XT ^f T 


, 


AAAfhhhll] Norte[sj 


3 o - [KaXxeeoz/jtot 


PA[AP] 


rapyap[j] 


['Epu0pat>i 


HH^H] 
25 H 


Ates 


" " [*O]6ro[i cbr CLVTOV vircp] 




KrtoTiotl 


[n]oXtxz>aioz> ica[l VJirep '[}CIVTOV' 


HH 


2ira [roXtotl 


35 [2]t5o'<rtoi Bov0[etes 'E]XatoVtoi 




rsvr (f)o-atoti 


rireXo[(r]tot 






2t'y(y>o^ ^ 


3 o A - 





[ A P ] h 1 IIap7rapt[ora / 


AP - 





[AjPhllll 2Ka<oraio L iJ 


H- 


_ _ _ - 


40 Phhhll 2pjmes 






[A]AP v l/aot 


AAA- 


1 


APhllll 2tyete[s] 


AAP 


- i 


P * hpii[ayiavoi\ 


HHH 


[2ep/3vXtes] 


[H]HH n7ra[pe^tot] 


40 P 


[2Ka/3Xatot] 


(Vacat unius versus spatium.) 


xr* 


[Meydauu] 




HHH 





(HI) 


P 





Phhhll Nax0"i&Ta[t] 


HH 





Phhhll &acr(6)aps 


* 




AAP Mvbovcs 




(IV) 


5 P TeXaz>5piot 


PA]AAhhhll 2roXt[ot] 


APhllll Kapfiaa-vavbjes] 


[Phhjhll 


'E6>o'X[iot] 


Phhhll OuXtarat 




Pevates 


AAAhhhll Kpves 


5 - - 


IIptaTres 


APhllll 4>ap/3^Xtot 




'Eo-rtatefy] 


10 Phhhll MwStot 




[n]aXat7TpK[o>t 



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53 



io - - h Kotot 

[APHIJI BopywXi[] 



AfAAA] 'Ao-creptrat 
P [A]iK<ua Trap' v A/35[ep]a 

15 AAAh[hHI Ai] 
AP[hllll 1 



(15 lines.) 

p . 
AP- 



AA \r - - -] 

H 
4 o HHH 

[XJPHAA [Hctpioi 

(3 lines.) 

(V) 

H 
PAAAPHIII 



Atyal>rtot] 



5 HHH 



Tto[t] 
"Ai;[8p>ot 



[HHAAA]APh 
io - - III 'AjSutoof 

- H 'Eperpte? 

[APhl]lll 
H[HH 
APh[llll 

15 Ahhh[h 'Iaro]i 

PH[H]PAAAAIIII [Sue 
A[A]AAPh [Aap8]az;es 



AAA[h]hhll ^ 

B[e]pvcrtot 



NeoTToXtrat 



25 



ot 



This list follows the same order as that of year 8. 

7. C.I. A. i. 232. Year 7. OZ. 83. i. (B.C. 448.) 

Letters |\|/V $$ 
.... p 

X 



(i) 

(12 lines.) 



5 a 



- ? 



5 b -- 



. roXt . ov 



[Kv]ftatot 



54 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. II. 



(II) 


(Ill) 


'Aipatot 


PAPHIII 


IlAeiara[t] 


NeoTroAtrat 


- 


Aa[r]|ouot 


'O\(v]vOioi 


H 


Hapiarot 


[M]eKU/3epyai. 


Kim] 


Bov^ete[s] 


10 [2ep/x]vAtes 


TO xr"HH[Hl 


Xeppoz/e[o-trat] 


jraAe$]<riot 


HH 


IleSao-es 


[AiKcuoTTJoAt . 


H 


Hptfaji/es 


etr - 


H 


[Kt]z;6ves 


o - 


AP[h]llll 


[B]apyuA[tes] 


(3 lines.) 


15 APHIII 


['I]5v/4s] 




(Va< 


2at.) 



Col. I vs. 3 b : [n]roA[e]oV Koehler, for HreXeoV ? 

8. C. I. A. i. 233. Year 8. 01. 83. 2. (B.C. 447.) 

Letters BB A/P*4> 



res 



res 



os 



(I) 



[n]atoi;tT8es]. 



[APjHIII 
5 [H]HPAAA 



P[hh]hll 

HHHH 
ro HH 
H 
H 

[A]A[A]H-HI 
H 



MvpivaioL 



15 



Kujuatot 
Xeppoi;[e]o-to[i 



[A]PhllII 

HHH 

[A]PHIII 

20 [A]Phl[lll] N(TO\W 
H[H] KvA^rtot 



[A]A[Ah]hhll K^ta-es 
[A]A[A]hhhll Xto[t] 
HHH 
H 



[Mapjoznrat 



rat 

t 

(3 lines lost.) 

ot 

[AiKcuJoTToAtrat 
['Eperp]toz> 

ot 

ot 

es 



7-8.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



55 



[Kao-oAa/3]ey 
(About 20 lines lost.) 

- - Kal 0-wrjeA. 
(7 lines lost.) 

[KaA)(e]8[o']z/ioi 

10 b - - [2eAuljui/3piaz;oi 

['Epu0]paToi 



15 b - - 



[n]ap-7rapi[orcu] 
20 b - - [2]Ka</><rapoi] 



[B]OU0169 

['EA]aio(Tioi 



[AA]P 

[APhlll]! 

(6 lines lost.) 

(A few lines lost.) 



Kotot 

5 c [AAAAPh]hh Be/>yat[ot 
Phhhh 
PAAhh 
AAAPhh 
AAAHhhll 



ioc 

Phhhh 

P 

hhhh 

Phhhh 
15 c HHHHP 



'EXaio[<ri]oi 



BvCamot AAA 



HHHPAA BvC[a>rto t AAPhhll 
H 'Es . LOV(O) l A/35ept . 

. AAA . [Afr]ioi hhlllC 



20 c - - 



H 
25 c H 



--- ot 
Mt[Aeo-]iot 



(Space for four lines.) 



APHflll 
AAAP 



[. . . dv]bpioi 
5 - - [Mapa0e]<riot 

APh[llll 

Phhh[ll 

HHH 
10 A - 

APHflll K]--- 

Ku] 

Atoo-tptrat] 
[XaAxeropes] 

(4 lines lost.) 
19 AA[AhhHI Nortes] 
(3 lines lost.) 

P 

HH [STraproAiot] 



P 
X 

HH 
HHH 



PAAAhhHI 



Mez;8a[tot] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. II. 



Phh[h]ll 
P 



f E5po[Atot] 
Pei>a[tes] 



35 

APHI 

HHHPPh 

HH 

Phhhll 
4 o HAA 

PAPh[llll] 

PH 

AAAA 

P 
45 AAAhhhll 

APhllll 

Phhhll 



c Eo-[rtates] 
Koi[ot] 



J A[o-]o-eptra[t] 



(About 1 6 lines lost.) 

A-- 

APhllll 

AA 'T 

H'lVfc r n i 
lOt (T(TS 

5 b HHH 'Atrfatot] 

APhllll 

XPHAA m p [tot] 
PHPAPhllll 



10 b HHHH 
H 
PA 

P 
15 b [HHjH 



Kct[c 



Te^toi] 



[MuKoVtot] 



20 b - - 



25 b - - 



'Iar]at 



(Space for several lines.) 



HHHHP[h]hhhll 

AAAPh Kotot 
150 H MaoVaafes] 

P 

H 

AAAAhllll 

Phhhll Kapvav[b]e[s] 

2oc AAAPh 

AAAPh 'E(o> 

A]AAhhhll 'E/w^owi 



PP 
2 5 c HPAAPhhll ' 

(Space for 2, lines.) 



Similar to the list for year 6, and contains arrears of several states. 
The numbers on the right of col. I c, vv. 15, 16, 18 relate to interest 
on sums due. Col. I. vs. 17 c perhaps es [ J E]toV(a) *A^8epi(r6^) ; cf. ea-j 
Ttvebov col. IL vs. 20, 21 c. Col. II. vs. 4 TeA<foo>oi or 



8-9.J 



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57 



9. C. I. A. i. 234. Year 9. 01. * 


^3.3. (B.C. 446.) 


Letters 


* BN^!4> 


(i) 


5 APhllll 2Ka<o-a[tot] 


. ofil 


APhllll 2KtMtot] 




L J 




AAP "Laot 


. . . . es 


AAAhhhll 'OAo^[xo-iot] 


5 - - . . . . S 


AAAhhhll AtKa[ia 


[Ni]or;pioi 


10 7ra[p' v A^5epa] 


[KAjafo/ue'zuoi 


APhllll [2raytptrat] 


IluyaAej 


H [0i;]o-[(Ttot] 


[AFhllll UiTavalot, 


H Ates(e)[Kr6 v A^< 


10 [PJAPHIII OiVaioi e X ? 'I/capo 


H 2rpe</>o{atoi] 


lvjOAo001'tOt 


15 HP raAe<|)or[tot] 


HPAAAhhlll 4>OKate ? 


P NeoTToAprat] 


H 'Atpaun 


AAAhhhll Atydi;r[iot] 


Hr A *i r /^ii /^ 
[AJe[pjeOtot 


HP Mapoz;t[rai] 


15 H Mvpt^a Trapa Kv/xe| 


[PjAPhllll ^avaio[C\ 


PH Teaot 


20 HH Borrtapot] 


PHHHH Ku/xaiot 


HHH ne7ra[pe'0tot] 


APhllll ['E]Aatea ?rapa Mv. 


HH [2t>yt[ot] 


Phhhll Upiavos 


H 'A^vratfot] 


20 Phhhll naAat7repKoVto[t] 


[PAPhJIIII MeKU^ep^atot] 


Phhhll TtvTivLOL 


25 - - 'O\vvQioi 


APhllll HepKoVe 


[AAA]hhhll Sxa^Aatot 


Phhhll Tvprf8tfa 


[A1AAA 'Ao-creptrat 


APhllll Aa/more[i X ]tra[i] 


Auaia 'Eperpt. 


25 APhllll At6ujmor[etxtrat] 


F 1 H Toporatot 


APhllll Bep^o-tcu] 


30 HHH 'AKCLvQioi 


APhllll Aa[fX7ro^etes] 


H 'ApytAiot 


APhllll E[aio-ezW] 


PH 2/aoyaiot 


AAAhhhll N[eaz;8pia] 


APhllll 0pa/m/3atot 


(6 lines lost.) 


APhllll 4>eyeVtot 




3^ HHH Ati^eaxat 






(II) 


(in) 


. . 6y - - 


(ao lines lost.) 


[M]ei;5[atot] 


[A1PMIII nralnTrnlntoratl 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Oh. II. 



Kat 'Ajuwa[V6es] 
25 - - KeSpiarai 

A[A]AhhHI Kpves 
A[Ph]llll ['E]p[[e]s 
A[AAhhHI Kvp]/3io-o-o's 
P - 

(3 lines lost.) 

30 H [T]eAe/meV(r[toi] 

X AVKIOI KCU (TW. 



H - 

XP* - 



(IV) 

(26 lines.) 



(V) 
(14 lines.) 



(?) 



[A]ar/itot 



[n]eA[tar]at 



25 - - 



['EjA 



30 - - 



[2]eVrtot 

[M>[(7> 

(Vacat.) 



Frg. 63 of uncertain position. 



Kavvi[ 



10. C. I. A. i. 235 and iv. p. 71. Year 10. 01. 83. 4. (B.C. 445.) 

Letters fcf> 

['Em res apx]** res defies, 'ei Ev . [ eypa^juareue]. 

(3 lines.) 

. 01 



a) 

(7 lines.) 



ty-x^r 5 i 

Oi;[rot a?r av 



H 

P 

A 

AP 

H- 



'E[\aio(rtot] 



5 c - - 



IOC - - 



Styetes 
'ApTraytot 



[Phhh]ll npfcnros 



9-10.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



59 



[AP]HIII 
i 5 c [AJPHIII 
[H]HHP 
[P]hhhll 
[AP]HIII 
[AjPHlll 



AajuwroVeta 



20 C 



(H) 

FHHHH XaAfjceWwoi] 

HHHHPIC 'A/3t(8ei/]ot' 



5 H 
[H]HH 



[P]hhhll 



(7 lines.) 



At --- 
AAAhhhll 
HH 

Phhhll 

c HH 
HP Mapo[ytr]a 



c H 

AAAhhhll Afceua Trap' 

P 1 2epjmvAtes Ka[t] aw. 
PAP[hlljll Sro'Atot 



['A(rtreptr]at 



[2az;]atot 



(ni) 

X Aizuot 

PA Phil II MKU7r[epratot] 

[H] 



(7 lines.) 



(6 lines.) 



hllll 



AAAhhhll XaAKe[iarat] 
ioc A P hllll Kap^tot] 

P Ke8p[tarat] 

P 
HP 



15 c 



P[hh]hll 
H 

A 



M[ 
2varyeA.es 

V ApAtO-(T05 



20 c P[h]hhll Hapyao-e? 

(IV) 

(7 lines.) 

(7 lines.) 
(n lines.) 



15 c - - 



[Te>iot 
'lerat 



'A^erat Ata5[cs] 

Stpl^LOL 

Mvpwaioi 



60 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Oh. II. 



- Ah 'E0atorte[s] 

'EXatoViot 

20 c - - Se'ortot 



(V) 
(7 lines.) 



(7 lines.) 



lines.) 



5 c - - 
- hllll 



Aarjitiot 
Mcuaz/fytot 



[APjhllll 
[AAlAAhllll 



'latres 



ioc - - 



IleAetarat 



[HPAP]hllll ' 
[AAAh]hhll ' 
15 c [AAAhjhhll Kvp/3to-o-os 
Pfhhhjll Mvz;8tot 

AAA[P] 
PAAAP[hl]lll 

(Vacat.) 



11. C. I. A. i. 236. Year n. 01. 84. i. (B.C. 444.) 



res aoes res 



(I) 

(20 lines.) 


- - ictvoi 
ot 
15 - - ot 

(4 lines ) 


[P]H T[e'tot] 

PHHHH Kv M eu[ot] 
PA Phil II noXt X [ratot] 
5 b hllll 'EXato'[(not] 
Phhhll 'A(TTvp[voi] 
Phhhll riaXai7r[e/>KoVtot] 
Phhhll r[eji>ru>tot 
A Phil II n[e>Ko / [Te] 

10 b-- A 


(10 lines.) 


(9 lines.) 
10 c - - tauot 

ot 


(III) 

Atxata ^E[p 

HHH 'AKd[i;]0io4 

5 P M[v]balo[i] 
H 'ApytXtot 

A Phil II 0pajix/3at[ot 
A Phil II 4>eyW[tot] 
10 HHH Alwara[i] 


(12 lines.) 


(n) 

- - lavol 

- - LVS 

(7 lines.) 

Ot 

t 



10-11.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



61 



P 2epjUuAl[es] 


5C P -A--- 


P* H 2a/ixo0patK[es] 


Phhhll Ka[pvaz/8?] 


X Atrtot 


APhllll AetycrtjuarSej] 


P H noret8at[arat] 


H Acir[jottot] 


rs XXX 0ao-tot 


AAP Mvb[6vs] 


AAP Ato-o^ey 


roc P Kedpfterat] 


Phhhll 2ep/utes 


AAAhhhll Kpv[s] 


Phh[hll] Mw8t[ot] 


APhllll 'Epii;e[s] 


A[i]\i[ereu] 




20 - - Kapflaavaries] 


(V) 


(10 lines.) 


piot 




. _ -._/ 


(3 lines -) 


(18 lines.) 


(3 lines.) 


(10 lines.) 


- - - - - - 01 
i 


- - - o[*] 


IOC - - 


HH - - - tot 


P[APhllll M]eKt,7repMa[t]ot 


HHHH [Ki]oi 


A[Phlll]l Aa/^o'z^tla. 


II | | II ^^ /T J 1 

2.C[<p \vioi 




5 C HHH K.V0VLOL 






H Srupey 


(IV) 


P APhllll 'A0ez/at Ata8es 


(20 lines.) 


APhllll Fpv^x^? 




HHH E(^>cttoTts 


(10 lines.) 


roc HP Mvptz/atot 


(2 lines.) 


Sept^tot 


HH 


(Vac.) 


P 


V. 2 Mataz>8ptoi or TeAardptot ? 


Fragments of uncertain position. 


Frg. 72, 73- 


(H) 


(I) 


[APhlljII 2/ca0(r[a^ot] 


(7 lines.) 


[APhljIII 2/aa0tot 


\ * / 

[IlreAeoo-tot 'E]pv6. 


[A]AP v l/ctot 
AAAhhhll 'OAo^x "' 01 


ro - - [BovOtLts 'Epv6pa]i. 
(2 lines.) 


5 APhllll 4>ap/3eAos 
APhllll 2raytptrat 



62 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. II. 



PHH J Epv0paloi. 

A Phil II 'EAat'a Trapa Mvpi . 

10 AAAhhHI 

KtaiW 



(Ill) 

(2 lines.) 
Phh[HI] 

APHll[l] n v >W 

5 H 2rpe^)[(ratot] 

P Neo7roA[trat] 

AAAhh[h]ll Afya[jmot] 
HP M[a/>oinrat] 

[PAPh]llll 

(3 lines.) 

Frg. 71. 



5 - - 



[2e>rtot 
[Ma]8vrtot 
[ EA]ato[o-tot] 



Frg. 69 a ((7. /. A. iv. p. 73). 
. . . . e? 
.... rat 
. . . . ot 



.... at 
.... rat 
s 



10 



[TerjeStot 
12. C. J. A. i. 237. Hicks no. 30. Year 12. 01. 84. 2. (B.C. 443.) 

P MiAeVtoi 



(i) 

(18 lines.) 



25 - 



[IlreAeoViJoi 
['EA.atoVtot] 



30 [APh]llll 

[HH 
HP 



HplV[$] 

OvyeXes 



35 PHhHI 



(ii) 



[FcrrtVJtot 



5 - - 



- - hh 



'ApTraytavoi 
Te^e'Stot 



10 - - 



11-12.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



- AAhhIIC 


[Aflrtwof 


[AOcaio'Etpfrp..- 




XaA[/ce6]oznoi 


PH 


[T]opoz/ato[i] 


(4 


lines.) 


HHH 


[ J A]K^l9to[t] 




. OL 


20 P[H]HH[H 


Me]z;6ato[t] 






H 


[ 5 Apy]tAio[t] 


20 APHIII 


[UpK6]T 


PH 


2Kto[^aiot] 


P 
HHH 


'EA[at]oo-tot 


APhllll 
APhllll 


0pa//[/3atot] 
^eyertot 


PHHHH 


KvlKVOl 


25 [HH]H 


AlvearaL 


AAAhhhll 


'Apra/cei/foil 


A[Phl]lll 


^apy3eAiot 


'5 X 


UtptvOioh] 


Ahhllll 


'O^ptot ^ 


XPFAAHIII BuCaHi] 


r 


[2e]p/xu[Ate9] 


APhllll 


I fee? <t>6p[o] 

Neo7roA[tr]at 


30 X 


2[ajuo0pat/ces] 

At^ftot] 


APhllll 


2,K[a(j)(ra]lot, 


AAP 


A[tcroViot] 


AAP 


[ v l/c]iot 




"* " ~ 


AAAhhhll 


'O[Ao]<f)VY<nOl 


- - 





APh[ll]ll 


2rayi[pirai] 


35 [Kapt/co 


4>]o'[p]o 


H 


vaa-tot 






35 H 


Ates a.TT[6 TO] *A.Oo 


(IV) 






Phhh[ll] 


A^Ateraft] 


(III) 


APhllll 


[K]ap/3ao-ua[i;6es] 


H 


Srpe^o-atoi 


P 


Ke6ptra[t] 


P 


TaAe^o-ifot] 


5 AAAhhhll 


[Kpvjes 


P 


NeouoAt[rat] 


AAAhhhll 


[XaAKet]ara[t] 


5 AAAhhhll 


AlydvTioi 


P 


[IloJjfoJpJcs 


HP 


Mapoz/ei[e]s 


H 


[K]Aaw5t[o6] 


PAPhllll 


2ai/atot 


HHH 


4>aa-eAirat 


PAPhllll 


SroAtoi 


10 P[H] 


'leAimot 


HH 


SwaproXtoi 


PH 


Kajutpey 


10 HHH 


IleTrape'tfiot 


PH 


Ati'Siot 


HH 


2tyyto[t] 


P 


TeAciz^Sptot 


H 


'A^urtaiot] 


P 


Kawtot 


PAPhllll 


Me[Kt;7rep^atot] 


J 5 - - 


[K]5iot 


15 - - 


[S,^o.] 





['Ao-]ru7raAate? 




rA(ro-]e[p]t[rcu] 





[IleSltes eA ALVOOL 



6 4 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. II. 



20 - - 



[KapJTrdfliot 

[Kepdjjouoi 

[Kzn'5]ioi 



[IIAayape]s 
(9 lines.) 



34 



(V) 



5 - - 



[K]apvaz>8[es] 
Mabvaves 

[n]eAear[ai] 



(2 lines.) 

(TLOTLKO 

(3 lines.) 



15 



H 



HHH 
HHH 



APHIII 
HHHH 
H 
XFH- 

25 - - 



[Kapuartoji 

[Fpwx 

[Ketot] 



A[t]es aTTo Keraio 



[AAAhhh]ll 



'I[e]rat 
Peratot 



30 - - 



['Ejperptes 
[X]aA/a5es 
[M]vpivaloi 



35 - - 



[Atyt]z;erat 



ra/utta]s I 
13. G. 



res 



I. A. i. 238. Year 13. 01. 84. 3. (B. c. 442.) 

rpt'res /cal 8eKare[s] apxcs, [ c ei XaAjxtSev? MeAtru[5 eypajm/zaYeue. 



(i) 

'lortKos (fropos 

Phhhll Aioo-iptrat 

5 P ep/xatot I; 

P MapafleVioi 

A P hill I Tpwetes 

AAAhhhll Nortes 
H 
10 PAPHIII 



'I. 



Nia-vptot 



J lKap. 



HH 
H 
H 
15 H 



Atpatej 



[PH]HHH 



Mvptratot Trapa K. 

Te'toi 

Kv/xatot 

'EAa[t^a Trapa M.] 



25 - - 



(5 lines.) 

[rireAeoVtoi] 



12-13.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[EfyyeXes 
MtXeVtot 



30 - - 



KXafojuieuiot 

FAAPhhllll Fapyapej 

35 'EXXeo-TTovrtos (fropos 

Phllll Aavi'iorcL^l 

APhllll AiSu/xoretxt 

APhllll Aa/x-Troretes 

(Vacat.) 

(II) 
H 
P 

5 HHFAAAP[hh]h 
XHH Aaju. 

APhllll Si[y>[i] 

[H]HH[H] 
PHHHH 

10 Phhhll 

Phhhll 
Phhhll 
H 
APhllll 

15 P 

APhllll 

AAA[hhh]ll 

[HHH] 

PHHHH 
20 AAAhhhll 

X 

XPFAAhllll 

APhllll Kia[vo( 

HH 



2e'<mo[i] 
A<,{Jiva[loi] 



J A[yopatot ?] 
['EXatoVtot] 



'5 P 
Phll[ll] 
Phh[hll] 

A[AAhhhll] 
3 o - - 



NeaTjfoXis] 

'AfiMtoq 

rTptafTTOs] 



<j)6pos 



APhllll 
AAP 

35 AAAhhhll ['OXo^V 1 
APhllll [Srayiptrcu] 

H 
H [ 

(HI) 



5 - - AlyavTLOL 

[FAPhJIIII 2amtot 

Mapoi/etej 
APhllll SroXtot 

2-TraproXtot 



10 



HHH 



Styytot 



15 - - 



'Ao-creptrat 
Atxaia 'Eperpi 
Topoz^aiot 



'ApytXtot 



25 - - 



Alvearai 
4>ap^3eXtot 



66 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. II. 



30 - - 



[Alvioi] 
[IIom5cu]arcu 
(7 lines.) 

(j)6pos] 



(IV) 



Xa\Ktarat 



[4>ao-eXtrat] 



Phhhll 

APH[III] 

P 

AAAhhhll 

AAAhhhll 

P 

H 

HHH 



(5 lines.) 
H[P 
hllll 
APh[llll 

20 HP 

HHH 
APhllll 
Phhhll 
[A]AAhhhll 

14. (7. /. A. i. 339 and iv. p. 73. 

(i) 



[HeStes cX Abbot] 



25 PH Aivbioi 

HPAPh[llll] 'AAiKo& 

H Aarjutot 

APhllll Uapirapioi 
H 

30 AAAP 

[A]AAAHIII 

APhllll Bapy[vXies] 

PAAAPhllll 
35 [A]Phllll 



[Phhhjll 

Ma8i>ao-es 
(Vacat.) 

(V) 

[IIeXetar]at 

(27 lines.) 

[Neo-iortKos <opos] 
HH 
HHH 

APhllll Stfpfioi] 

35 HP Mvp[<.valoL] 

LJULJ 'C^j.r " 1 

JliU) tttO"TtS 

XXX Ai[yivTai] 

(Vacat.) 

Year 14. 01. 84. 4. (B. c. 441.) 

(ii) 



PAPhllll 

Phhhll 

hllll 



'E[AaioViot] 



13-14.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



67 



(I) continued. 

'EAfAeJo-Trofvrtos 



(II) continued. 



10 P 

HH 

H 

APhllll 

Phh[hl]l 
15 [APh]llll 

[APJhllll 

[X]HH 

[HHHHH 



20 I*HHHH 
HHH 
H 

APhllll 
25 XPPhhllll 
f* 

HHH 
PH 
30 - - 



35 - - 



40 - - 



'Api(r/3aioi 
Aapbavts 



Xfeppoyetrirat] 
[^TT* 'Ayopas] 
'Afora/cerot] 



[HoretSatarat] 



[Ates a] ro *A0o 



[2Ka]/3Aato[t] 
tot 



HH- 



X 

AAAhhhll 

APhllll 

HHHH 

Phhhll 

H 

AAAhhhll 

[P]hhhll 

[Phh]hll 



2eortot 
MaSvnot 



'EAatoVtot 
[YI]apiavoi 



AAAhfhhll] 

H 

AAP 

X 

HH 

AAP 

FH 

APhllll 

APhllll 

[A .]hllll 



Mei;8atot 
Atyaurtoi 



Atrtot 



y l/ctot 

Topovatot 

2raytpirat 



45 - - 



'Otfo'ptot 
'ApytAtot 



0> 



63 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Oh. II. 



(I) continued. 


(II) continued. 




(A few or 


no lines missing.) 






Ka[p 


I]KO[S </>opos] 




P 


KavvioL 


P 


[XcActi^Sptot] 


(P) 


IIa(raz>8e[s] 


AAAhhhll 


Kp[fSj 


APhllll 


Kap7raOio[v} 


PH 


} lt\v[(noL\ 


5 


'ApKeVeta 


P 1 


Kotot 


APhllll 


Kapao-v[a>5e 


s Phhhll 


AvAtafrat] 




Trapa Kavvov 


FH 


Kaftipes 


HHH 


4>ao-eAtrat 


H 


KAawSey 


APhllll 


Napio-/3apes 


HP 


Kepajuuoi 


55 Phhhll 


aa-6aps 


AAP 


MuSoVe? 


Phhhll 


Nax<narcu 


HHH 


K^tStot 


HP 


'AoTVTraAeues 


PH 


At^Stot 


hllll 


Il5ie[s] 


APhllll 


KapTra^tot 




ey Aiv[bo] 


P 


KeSptarat 


60 AAAhhhll 


Xa\K\LaTai] 




Tepjotepes 


HPAAAIIII 


( AX[i]Ka[py((rcrt 


01] H 


A[a]rjuttot 


HHPAA 


Xeppoj>e[(noi] 





['Iaa-]es 


APhllll 


HvpVLOl 


- - 


rrp]o M 


P 


ITeAetarat 


H 


[Ma5i>]ao-ei? 


65 AAAP 


X[a]AKeropes 


PAAAPhllll 


M[uAao-]s 


APhllll 


A[e<#)](n;az;6ej 


H 


2u[ayyeAes] 





['I8^]es 


HP 


K[ a A^8z;iot] 




[Tpv(3]avs 


APhllll 


B[apyuAtes] 




[IIap7rapt]6rat 


Phhhll 




70 


Neo-[t 


O]TIKOS [4>o\p[os] 




[HjHH 


T^fiot] 






H 


MVKO[VLOI\ 


- - 


2ept<#)tot 


HHH 


K^i{toi] 





Ketot 


FHPAPHIII 


NaYo-ifoi] 


_ _ 


'larat 



75 



[A]AAhhhll Ates 



Pe^ate? 



80 - - 



Srvpe? 



14-15.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



69 



(I) continued. 

[X]FHAA 

HHH 

H 



(II) continued. 

[X]XX Pdyivzrai 

HP Mupti>cuoi 

(Vacat.) 



Col. I vs. 48. P omitted on the stone. 

15. C.I. A. i. 240. Year 15. 01. 85. i. (B.C. 440.) 



['E]TH res 



8|eKares OLp\s, 'ei 2oo-i|0rp[ar]os 



(I) 



10 



H 

H 

H 

PH 

HH 

APHIII 



A2/>atoi 



[OtVai]ot 



[Mvpiv}(uoi Trap[a K.] 



20 - - 

Kv/utatot TTi<f)opa$ 
[APh]llll ITtrapatoi 

1 1 1 1 1 ITtraz/atot eVt^opas 

[A]AAhhhll Nones 
>5 PHIC Nones 



P 

Phhhll 
P NeeiTroXis 

50 AAAhhhll 
HHHH 
APHIII 



Phhhll 

Hill AlO(Ttptrat 7TL<j>0. 

Phh[hll] 'Aorupez/ot Mvo-o[t] 



ro 



MtXeVtot 
MveVo-tot 



APhllll 
PHH 

APhfllll Bovfletes] 
P[hhhll 
PA[Ph]llll 
hllll nreXeo[o-tot 

hllll 'EAmoTo-iot; 

(Vacat.) 



HHFAAAhhhllll [Te^giot] 
AAAhhhll n[apiaz;ot] 
H X[eppoz>eorrcu | 

APHIII 30 

Ph[hhll] 

P . 



7 o 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. II. 



(I) continued. 

APhllll IlepKoVioi 

IIptaTro? 



continued. 



Phhhll 

35 APhllll 

PHHHH 



APhllll 
APhllll 
4 o H 
hhhhll 
APhllll 

him 



H[H] 



65 



Styetes 



4 o 



'A TTO 0pa[i]/ces </>[o'pos] 
2a0tot PAPhllll 



P 

Phhhll 

APhllll 

PH 

AAP 



Me[z;8atoi] 
NeoTTofXtrat 



45 



'Atoroi/tot 
'ApyiAtot 
[To]povatot 



rioretSearat 



ao-tot 



HHHH 

HH 

X 



[A]tK[at]o7roA.tra[t] 55 

TO "A00 



60 



[S]epjtt;A[i 



[Al>iot 



[Kap]iKos 



65 



[K]cnwoi 



H 
AA 






15-16.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



(I) continued. 



70 - - 



(II) continued. 



PA[AAPHIII 

AP[HIII 

H 



HP Ka[\Jfowoi 

APHIII BafpjyvAierat 

APhllll 

HPAP[hllll 



[A]uXi[orat] 

KapuauSe? 
KapvaOo 'ApKeVcreta 
75 - - Ka[>]i/E>es 

Kotot 

[Ke]8p[iar]cu 

h[llll HeStes ey Atvto] 

80 APfHIII 

[A]AA[hhHI 

HHH 

N 

H 
85 PH [ y Az>8pioi] 

AAAhhhl[l] 

HHH 

APhllll 

P flarat] 

9 o [A]PHII[I] 

[H]HH 

P [Pevaies] 

[A]A[Ahl-hll] 

The position of ii. 38, 39 is uncertain. 



16. C.I. A. i. 241. Year 16. OZ. 85. 2. (B.C. 439.) 
(First three columns lost.) 



[neX]ei[arat] 



(IV) 
(16 lines.) 

(V) 



5 - - 



['A(T(rep]trat 



tot 

[IIoret8]earat 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. IT. 



10 - - Ot 


P 


A[tydvrto]t 


[Srajyiptrat 
[SWjpro'Aiot 
ot 

['O0o']ptot 
X [Map]outrat 


5 - " 

A[PHIII 
AAP 

10 Phhhll 

PHHH 
APHIII 


['A/3]8eptrat 

[Ats] K TO "AOo 

NeoJ7roAtr[at] 

["lKt]ot 

M[ez;8atot] 


(VI) 


P 
H 


2[Kaj8Aatot] 


APhfllll] 
P 
AAA[hhHI] 


15 AAP 

[H+JH 

HH[H]H 


A tO'OI'lOt 7TlU)OpClS 
A| t \VLOL 


Col. VI vs. IS 2[/ca<o-tot] vel 2[/aa0tot]. 




16 a. Koehler in Hermes 31 (1896) p. 142. Year 


16. 


ot 




- - ot HHH 


tKOS (f)6pOs] 


5 - - [nvyeA]ej AAP 
[Mwo"t]oi Tropa T^pjuepa HHH 
[Kiv8>es H 


[2Mptot] 

[M]uKovt[ot] 
XaAKtSes 
v Az;6pto[t] 


10 - [Kot]ot HH 
[Mi>pt]uatot -Trapa Kvfjitv HH H 
['EAaajrat irapa Mvpwav P 
[rapyjotpcs HHH 


TeVtot 
['E]perptes 
[Penates] 


HHH 





15 H- 




[^^^a^MrB^o 




20 




['Epv^]patot 
[Ato]o-[tptrat] 





16-17.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



73 



17. C. I. A. i. 242. Year 17. 01. 85. 3. (B. c. 438.) 

['Em res (pbofjLts /cat Se/cares a/>X* 9 ' *^ fc ] 'AxapjWJi'S 

Iv K Kepaju]e'oz>. Vac. 

(First three columns lost.) 



10 - - 



15 - - 



25 - - 



30 - - 



(IV) 

(7 lines.) 
ot 



<opos 
ray 

[Ki]avo( 



[HcWtfMH 



[Bvjfarrtot 



(Vacat.) 
(V) 



AAAH-HI 
H 

5 [AA]Ahhhll Ma[5>Vtot 

[Phh]hll AlJAMUOl 

[APh]llll SeVrtoi 

[AAAh]hhll 'j 



[H] 



ro 



P 

AP 

[0p]at/cto[s 



aTr' 'Ayopay 
'EA[a]toVtot 



H- 
15 H- 

H[HH] 
H[HH] 
H 
H 
20 H 



'A^uratot 
27raproAtot 



0V(rcr[t]o< 

MeK[u7r]ej 
Ate[s aTro] TO "Mo 



A[AP 



HH 

25 AAAhh[HI] '( 
PHHH 

X Mapoi/trat 

AA[P] 'Ato-oVtot 

A P Hill [0]pa[^]atot 

30 [P] [Atyd>rtot 

Ahhhfl Ot &TCLKTOL 



A Phi III 



xn 

X[XX] 



(VI) 

NeofTroAtrat] 
Trap 9 y AvTi(rd[pav] 
IToretSearat 



dcrioi 



H 
10 P 



Srpe^xratot 
Neo7roAtr[at] 



74 


THE QUOTA-LISTS. 


[Ch. II. 


PhhH! 


Serffuujoi 


[AP]hllll 


4>eyertot 


PH 


2au[ol0pttiK6S 


APhllll 


4>ap/3e\iot araK[rot" 


P 


A o"[(Tjpr'rcz[t ] 


Ahllll 


'Oe(6)pi[ot] 


15 H 


A[iKaio]7ro[Ai]rai 


25 PhhHI 


Xe6poXtot 




['Eperpt]oz; 


HHHHP 


2pjUvXl69 


API-[IIII 


2rayt]ptra[t] 


H 


2avatbt 


HI 


2raytprrat Tri<j)opa[s] 


AAAhhhll 


2Ka^8Xatot 




AtKcua ?rapa 


HHH 


2tyyiot 


20 


"A/38epa 


30 Phh 


Bepyatot 





'AKCLvQlOl 


APHIII 


MtAroptot araKToft 



18. C. I. A. i. 243. Year 18. 01. 85. 4. (B. c. 437.) 
res oy8oes xal SeKare? apx^ ? j '^ l ] KOS 



[er] ripo^-ovrtSt 



10 



(24 lines.) 



(V) 



P 



NeoTToAtrat 

Me[z>]5[a]i'oz; 

5 HHHPhhhll 27raproAt[ot] 
PHHH Mez;8auH 

X Mapoz^trat 

AAP v lKiot 

HHHHP 2ep/Ate? 



Savotot 



*EAAez;orajutas Iz; - - ^aJxoy Xapib^o Xa-vneraiov. Vac. 

(First three columns lost.) 
(IV) 10 H 

Phh[hll] 
AP[HIII] 
H 

['Ap]vbvol 



15 



NeoTToAtrat 
irap 1 'Avncrdpav 



<I>eyertot 



[riorei8ear]at 



[AtS K TO *A]6o 

(5 lines.) 



30 - - 



35 XXX 
P 



(2, lines.) 

A[tVata] 
zrafpa "Aj38e]pa 
0ao-[tot] 
'Aa-(re[ptrai] 



17-10.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



75 



P SicatfAaH 


ZSiorat ez/[y]pa 


(Vacat.) 


20 <f)(rav <f)6pov 

i / 




(j>pV 


(VI) 


A HiAopos 


H 2roAiot 


Phhhll KAeomi' 


HH Styytoi 
5 IToAes aural 


AAP 2tVo? 
25 Ahhhll AtaKpej 


(fropov Tayjraiizvai 
Phhhll AioAtrat 


Phhhll mVrao-oj 


P TaAaiot 


AAA Svjote 


P MtAfcofptoi] 


Vac. Tti;8atot 

o /^ \/ 1 A T^" i & n c* 


10 H 'Afj[6pyioi] 
APhllll K[acno6] 


3O V ctL> IVt(7Cly 

P 2/aiAAa 


APhllll Ka[AAt7ToAtrat] 


Ftyoz;o9 

v Q r* Ai/r/Tf 


AAP 2a[prai(H] 


V cLO* JT, C(/ (Z 


APhllll 'Er[eoKap7ra(9tot] 
15 Phhhll 4>a[p/3eA(ot] 
APhllll [XeSpc^Atot] 
APhllll nAevTjme] 


35 Phhhll V 0^opo? 
"AraKroj iroAts 
P Kuo-rtptot 


FIoAes, *as *[ot] 


(Vacat.) 



19. C.I. A. i. 244. Hicks no. 35. Year 19. 01. 86. i. (B.C. 436.) 

'ETTI [res juuas SeoVes e2]- 
Koorfes 



. C EA]- 

!z> At]- 



OVV(TIOS ----- 



(I) 

['IJOZUKOS 



TO - - 



KCLVVIOL 
TeXdvbptoi. 



A - 



[irapa 
--- ot 



15 Phh[hll 

AAAhh[hll 

APhllll 

HH 

X 
20 PAAAh 

hhhll 
HHH 



[ly AtV5]o 



7 6 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Ch. II. 



[P]hhHI N[a X <nar](H 



35 



[rieXeajrai 



(3 li 



['EXaie'a] 

[Trap a M]vpiz;az; 

[ep|aeu]oi 



XaA[Kearat! 
[PHHH]H Kvrfatot] 



40 - - J Ie[Av(noi] 

[F^H 4>a[o-eAtra t ] 



- AP 'Epu0[paioi 

[h]hhll K al 

45 H 



H 



50 - - 

[AAA]h[hhll n]mi[vaioi] 

[n]ira[i;oToi] 



Olva[ 



[A]AAhh[l-ll] ---- 



55 



n ---- 

es vel Te[A.e// 

Mt[A.(TtOt] 



60 



[HP]APHIII ' 



[H] 

[H] 'Iao-6? 

65 [H] Mabva[(Ts] 

Neo-tortKos 



- HH Xa\ja8c[>] 

[H]HHH 
70 [HH]H 

[P]HPAPhllllN(i X (rt[o t ] 

MVKOVIOL 



[H]HH 
75 [A]AP 

.HH 



P Pezxue? 

80 [A]AAhhHI 'A^ez;irat 

[A]AAhhhll Aces ^776 Kemt[o 
[P] 'Ie[r]at 

- HHH A[2y>yr<H 

(10 lines.) 



95 AAAh[hhll] ---- 



X 

A P Hill 
APhllll 
100 H 

PHIII 



At[vjuoret X trat] 

Aawtorfei 
Aap5av[es] 



(Vacat.) 



(I). 

10 [HH]PAA[A - 
Phhh[ll 



i/ TIpOTTOVT&L] 



19.] 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



77 



A]AAhhhl[l ---- 
hh 



APhllll 
PH 

n 

AAP 

20 H [Xeppoyeortrai] 
[fa* 'Ayopas] 

P ['EXaio'o-tot] 

AAAhhfhll] ---- 

AAAhhh[ll] ---- 
25 [AP]HIII 

hllll 

H II[apiaz>oi] 

HHH 

[A]AAhhhll 
30 f*HHHH 

- HP 1C AaiJL<j>[(ra]Ke[vo{] 

XPHHHAAA 

AP 

QpdiKios (j>6po[s] 
35 APhllll 
[A]PHIII 

Trap' J Arrto-[apaj;] 
[At]z;eara[t] 



40 HH 

H 

P 



APhllll 
45 [H] 

[Ph]h Bepyaiot 

[APhll]ll 



M[KVTTpVCUOt] 

Neo^oXtrat] 



[API-Ill]! 'ApytXioi 

50 - - AtKatoTToXtrfat] 



[Phh]hll 



55 - - 
[XX]X 



60 - - 



TO 



0ao-tot 
Mapoznrai 



65 XP noret8ea[rat] 

AAP SKa^Xatot 

P 'Aa-creptrat 

HHHPhhhll SiraprJXtoi 

H Saraiot 

70 H 

IToXes airat 



2tyytot 



P TaXcuoi 

AAP Sapreuoi 

75 H 'Ajmopytot 

APhllll y ETOKapTTaOi[ot.] 

K KapiraOo 

APhllll Kdo-ioi 

Phhhll Ai'oXirai 

80 P MtX/coptoi 

Phhhll <&app\ioi 

[A]P hllll KaXXt7roXtra[t] 

[APhll]ll XeSpo'Xtot 

85 IToXes, 'as 

< 
ot 



^>opo[z;] 

[PJhhhll KX[e]oi;ai 

90 Ahhhll A[ta>pes 



7 8 



THE QUOTA-LISTS. 



[Oh. II. 



AAA 
PhhHI 



AAP [Sfros] 
95 AAAhhH[l] 



Col. I vs. 17. 1PH-HI. 

Col. I vs. 20-22. From the facsimile the restoration of these three 
lines does not seem to be certainly that given in the text. All that 
remains of the initial letters is h 

I 

I 



20. C.I. A. i. 245. Year 20. 01. 86. 2. (B.C. 435.) 



(I) 



[Aip]ais 



5 - - 



['EXojtea Trap[a Mvpivav] 
[OiVcujot [l]x[s J I/capo] 
ot 

(6 lines.) 



- - var - 



[irap]a 



ot 



'E/>u[0/>cuoi] 



20 - - 



(Vacat.) 



[NOTE. Of year 21 (G. I. A. i. 246) nearly all, of year 22 the 
whole is lost.] 

21. (7.7. A. i. 247. Year 23. 0. 87. T. (B.C. 432.) 

['ETT! res] r/nres /ecu 



Mu/o- 



a? 



(I) 



- I (vac.) 
10 - hllll 

[Ph]hHI 



HHPAAAPhhh 
P 

AAAhhhll 
[A]PHIII Styeics 



19-24.] THE QUOTA-LISTS. 79 

(I) continued. (II) continued. 

H* [A]Phllll Ktavof 



.-HI 

- AAPIC 

20 - - 

- him 



22-28. Fragments probably belonging to this part, but of uncertain 
date. 

22. C.I^A. i. 248. Frg. 17. 



Sep/xapoi] 

NeoTToAprat] 
[27r]apro[A.toi] 

23. C. I. A. i. 249. Frg. 1 8. 

(Ill) (IV) 



9 lKdp]o X 

APHIII 
PHHHH 

5 - - AAAhhhll 

[Mv/otz/atot Trapa Kvj/xey APhllll 

P 

F 

H 

APHIi[l] 



Similar in style to list of year 12. 
24. C. I. A. i. 250. Frg. 19. 


H "E 



80 THE QUOTA-LISTS. [Ch. II. 

H Mvpivaioi Tra[pa K^ 

AAAhhHI r/>wes 

5 HH Kzn'dtot 

P Saptot 

PAAP rapyapes 

Hill None? 
[P]hhHl 

10 [Alo]crt/HTat 

(Vacat.) 
25. C. I. A. i. 251. Frg. 20. 

.H 

X 

HHH 

X M[iAArioi] 

5 



Phh[h]ll 

[AAAJhhhll Norte[s 
10 [Phh]HI 



[APhljIII 



Possibly of year 18. But may be later than 425 B. c. 
26. C. I. A. i. 252. Frg. 21. 

-- A ---- 



YICLi[(TVOL] 



BpvfAAeavot] 
Vs. 8. ript[a7res] Pittakis. Later than year 15. 



24-32.1 THE QUOTA-LISTS. 81 

27. C.I. A. i. 253. Frg. 22. 

AAP [Sapratot] 

APhllll 
PhhHI 

H ['A/zopytot] 

5 [A1PHIII 



<f>6pov Qepev]. 
[One of the years 20-22 ?] 

28. (7. 1. A. i. 255. 0Z. 87. 3 (?). (B. c. 430.) 



[AA]P 
H 



5 H 
F 
P 



Means for determining date of Tribute-lists. 

29. C. I. A. i. 260. Year 34. OZ. 89. 4. See above I. 105. 

30. Athen. v. 216 d : J E<rrii> 8c ovros 6 Kaipos Ka^ J 02; 'Api<rr(a>v apx<*>v r\v. 



yap 



rou 



31. /6^. 2l8 d: ^E,bibd^6T](Tav be ol "Ay/not ITT' 'Apicrrtwroj ap)(o^roj, a^>' 
ov (TTLV ap\u>v 'Acrrv^iAos, Tre/xTrros aw OTTO 'Icrap^ov^ Ka^' oz; at <77roi'5at 
eyevovro. 

32. Diod. xii. 75 : '^TT' ap^o^ros 8* 'AOi'ivrja'i.v 'Apioriwi/os *Pa)jua?oi Kare- 
Tjcrai; wcirovj Ttroi' Ko^riov Kat AvAor Kopr)}A.to^ KoVo-o^. 7rt 8e rotmoz' 
n ro{5 -TToXe/xou roi; ncAoTrowrjo-iaKoO KaraAeAvjuerov TraAtf rapa^at xai 
t'?/o-eiy TToAejutiKat (TW^/Brjaav Kara rqv *AAa8a 8ta roia^ras ni^aj atrtas. 

(2) 'A^rj^aTot Kat AaKeSatjuoi'iot KOLVT] /aera TWI; 



CHAPTER III. 

EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, HER ALLIES AND 
COLONIES. 



Persia after the Persian Wars. 

1. Eusebius (Sync. 478. 6) : Hepo-vv ?' tfiao-iktvartv 'Aprd- 
fiavos vios Eepfov jurjms f. (Sync. 47^- 8) Hepo-oSi; f e/3ao-tAet>- 
arV 'Aprafepfrjs Sepfou 6 Aeyojutevos MaKpo^etp errj /uta r . 

2. Ctes. Pers. Ed. 21 : UpoTcpov 8e ety Ba/3vAa>i>a 
/cat tet^ 770vjj,ri<r TOV BeXirava ratyov, K.CLL eISc 6i 
Kat r^z; irveXov \atov OVK tayyo-tv, axnrcp KOL eyeypaTrro, 
(^2) ^\avvL Hepfr]? et? 'EK^Sdrara, Kat dyye'AAerat avrw 

Ba/3uXa)vt(oi; xal ZcoTrvpov roS crrpar^yoi) avr&v VTTO cr< 

ovra) Kat -rrept rovrcoz/ ^crt Krrjcrtaj, KOI ov\ w? 'Hpd8o- 
ros* a 6e Trept ZcoTrvpou eKeti'os Xeyet, ?rX^ ort ^/xtoz/os avrw ereKer, 
e7Tt rd ye dXXa Meyd^Sufo^ ovros Aeyet bL(nrpda(T0ai } bs yv ya/xj3pos 
eTTt rr} ^nyarpt 'Ajuurt row Hepfou. ovrco jotey TjfA.a> 6ta roC Meya/3vfou 
5t5co(7t 8e airw Hepf?]? dAAa re TroAAa Kat 
\KOV(rav raXavra' o rt/xtwraroz; r<3z> {$acri\t.K.G>v 
Trapa Hepa-ats eo-rt. 

3. Ibid. 29 : 'AprdTrayos 6e /me'ya -Trapd Hepfr/ 

/zer* 'Ao-Tra/xtrpou rot) ev^ov^ot; Kat avrou /ueya Svvajjievov, (3ov- 
AeiWrat dreAet^ He'pft^, Kat avaipova-i, Kat TitiQovcriv 'Aprofe'p^z; 
roy vtor a>s Aapftatos avrov 6 erepo? Trats di^etAe. Kat irapayti/erat 
Aapetatos dyd/ute^os {''TTO 'ApraTrdvot; ets rr)v olaiav 'Aprofepfou, 
TroAAa /3oa>z; Kat aTrapvov^vos a>s OVK etr] cfrovevs TOV irarpos' Kat 
a7ro^7](7Ket. (3) * a t ^3a(riAewet 'Aproepfr]s, (7770^877 'Apraird^ov* 
Kat em/SouAeverat TraAtz; w* avrou, Kai Xanfidvei KOIVWVOV rrjs 
(3ov\fj$ 'ApraTrayo? Meydj3u^o^ ^6r; AeAv^r]/xeVo^ eTTt rrj t5ta 
'A/utvrt 8td rrjr r^s /aotxctas V7r6kr)\l/Lv' Kat opKots dAA^Aovs 



EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS. 83 



fovrai. ctAAa fj.r)vvL iravra Meya/3ubj, Kat dmtpetrat ' 
a> rpoTTO) e/zeAAez/ avaiptlv 'Aprofe'p^ryv* KOL ytz/erat TraWa bfj\a ra 
etpyaayzeW eTrt Se'p?/ Kat Aapeiato), Kat aTro'AAurat TrtKpco Kal 
KaKto-rw 0az>aru> 'Ao-Tra/zirprjs, 09 ?Jz/ KOIVMVOS eTU rots Qovots Se'pfou 
Kat Aapetatou* o-Ka$everat yap, Kat ovrcos dz>aipetrat. /uaxrj 8e ytz^erat 
/u,era ror ^a^aroz; 'ApTanavov T&V re VVV&H.OT&V avrov Kat r<3z> aAAcoy 
;, Kat TTITTTOVO-IV v rfj payr) ol rpets rov 'ApraTrdvov vtot* 
t oe Kat Meya^Sv^b? tcr^vpais* . . . Kat /ixoAty TroXX^ TH- 
-Trepta-w^erat 'A7roA\a)^t5oi> larpov row Kwou. (31) d^)tcrrarat 
BaKrpa Kat 6 o-arpaTrr;?, aAAos 'ApraVaz/os* Kat ytVerat 
to-oTraATJ?' Kat ytVerat TraAty 6K bcvrtpov, Kat avipov Kara 
TrpoV COTTON BaKrptcov TrvevvavTos, I'LKa 'Apro^epfr]y, Kat Trpoo-^copet 
avra) Traa-a BaKrpta. 

4. Hdt. i. 183. 

5. Ael. "P. Zf. xiii. 3 : Ee'pfrjs 6 Aapetov Trals^ roO B?jAou rod 
ap\aLov 6iao-Ka\/^aj ro fjLvfjfJLa, nveXov V(\iirr]V evpev, v0a r\v Ket/xefos 
6 vKpb$ ev eAata) K.r.A. 

6. Arrian, jl7ia5. vii. 17. 2: To^rop roz; reco/; (sc. roi^ roO 
B^Aoi)), axnTp Kat ra aAAa tepa ra Ba/3uA&ma)u, Hep^y Karea-Ka^ez;, 
ore IK r?js *EAAa8oj OTrtVco dTrevoVrrjo-ev. 

7. Strab. xvi. I. 5 (738) : v Eo-rt 6e Kat 6 rou BrjAoi; ra</>os avro^t, 
vw /xei> Kareo-Ka/zjoteVoy, He'pfr^s 6* avror KareVTrao-ey, cSs </>ao-ir. 

8. Diod. xi. 69 : Tou 8' tviavviov -^povov SteArjAu^oVo? ' ' AOrivr\(Ti 
IJLZV ypx AvaiOcos . . . eTrt Se TOVTMV Kara r^y 'Airtav 

ro /oie^ yeVo? 'TpK^ytoy, 8uz^ajue^o5 8e 7rAeto~roi/ Trapa 
Hepfr/ Kat r<2z> bopvtyopav d^^yov/otevoj, tKpLvcv di/eAetz; roz; E 
Kat r^ jSacrtAetaz; ets eavroz; /xerao-r?}o-at. dz/aKOtz^coo-cijue^oj 8e rrjz; 
TTi(3ov\r]V Trpbs Mi0pLbaTT]v TOV vvov)(ov, os r\v KaraKOtjutcrr^s rou 
/3a0-iAeWj Kai r^v KUptcorarryz; extov 7Ti'oTtz>, a/uta 8e Kat o-vyyez^^? coz; 
'Apra/Sai'ou Kat <^^Aos -i7r?iKouo-e Trpo? r^r e7rt/3ovA?}z;, (3) VTTO 
ro^rou 5e VVKTOS flaaxOels 6 'Aprdfiavos ets rov Kotrwra, Kat roz; 
Ee'pfrjzJ dveAcor, u>pfj.r](rv eTrt roi/s utoi>s rou jSacrtAe'co?. ?J(raz; 8e 
oSrot rpets roz; apiOfJiov, Aapeto? jLtez; 6 Trpo-/3^raro? Kat 'Aprafepf???, 
ev rots /SaortAetots Starp^orres, 6 8e rptros* 'Ta-rao-TrT]? aTro'Srj/xos aw 
Kar' Kelvov rbv KatpoV* etx yap rr)z^ ez; BaKrpots o-arpaTretar. (3) 
6 5' ovr J Apra/3az;os Trapayez^o/zez^oj ert z^UKro? ot/a 1 )]? Trpos r^z; 
*ApTapr]v e</>r]cre Aapetoz; roz/ dSeA(oz> avrov <j>ovta yeyovevai TOV 
Trarpos Kat r^z; paaihttav ets tavrbv Trepto-Traz;. (4) 

G 2 



84 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch.iH. 



ovv ai/ra> irpb TOV Karaa^iv ZK.&VOV TJJV apx^v VKoirelv OTTCOS /LIT; 
8ta pa6vjjLiav, aAAa (3a(TL\V(rr) TOV (frovea TOV iraTpbs rt/Lta>- 
cTTrjyyetAaro 6' avra> avvtpyovs 7rapefeo-0at TOV$ bopv- 
TOV /3ao-tAeW. (5) 7rei(T$eWo9 8e row 'Aprafepfou Kat Trapa- 
f^era TCOZ; bopvtyopdiv ave\6vTo$ roz> abeXtydv Aape 
TT)Z> 7nj3o\r]V cvpoovo-av, Kat irapaXafitov TOVS Ibiovs viovs 
Katpbv fyeiv TJ]V (3ao-L\Lav KaraKTrjo-ao-^ai, mua ru> ft 

6 6e rpco^et? Kat oiier 7ra0a)i; ^776 rr]s 
TOV 'ApTafiavov Kat Karez^eyKas aiiroi) TrATjyTju Kaipiav aTre- 
7rapa8o^a>s 8e (Toilets' 6 'Apra^ep^j Kat TOZ/ (fiovza TOV 
Trarpos TTtjua>pr//>tei;oj TrapeA.a/36 rr),y rcoi; Ilepo-a)^ /SacrtAetar. 
/aez/ ovz^ roz^ elprj^vov Tponov ereAevr^crej /3ao-tAev(ras rcSf 
err; TrAeuo rwi' etKOo-t, rr)v 8e apyj]v StaSefajutero? 6 'Apra- 
tfiaariXtva-tv err; rerrapaKO^ra. 
Plut. TAem. 31. See below VI. 29. 

9. Justin, iii. I : (i) Xerxes, rex Persaruin, terror antea 
gentium, bello in Graecia infeliciter gesto etiam suis con- 
temptui esse coepit. (2) quippe Artabanus, praefectus eius, 
deficiente cotidie regis maiestate in spem regni adductus cum 
septem robustissimis n'liis regiam vespere ingreditur (nam 
amicitiae iure semper illi patebat), trucidatoque rege voto 
suo obsistentes filios eius dolo adgreditur. (3) S'ecurior de 
Artaxerxe, puero admodum, fingit regem a Dareo, qui erat 
adulescens, quo maturius regno potiretur, oceisum ; inpellit 
Artaxerxen parricidium parricidio vindicare. (4) cum ventum 
ad domum Darei esset, dormiens inventus, quasi somnum 
fingeret, interficitur. (5) dein cum unum ex regis filiis sceleri 
suo superesse Artabanus videret metueretque de regno cer- 
tamina principum, adsumit in societatem consilii Bagabaxum, 
(6) qui praesenti statu contentus, rem prodit Artaxerxi : ut 
pater eius occisus sit, ut frater falsa parricidii suspitione 
oppressus, ut denique ipsi pararentur insidiae. (7) his cog- 
nitis Artaxerxes, verens Aj?tabani numerum filiorum, in 
posterum diem paratuui esse armatum exercitum iubet, 
recogniturus et numerum militum, et in armis industriam 
singulorum. (8) itaque cum inter ceteros ipse Artabanus 
armatus adsisteret, rex simulat se breviorem loricam habere, 
iubet Artabanum secum commutare, exuentem se ac nudatum 
gladio traicit ; turn et filios eius corripi iubet. (9) atque ita 



9-13.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 85 

egregius adulescens et caedem patris et necem fratris et se 
ab insidiis Artabaoi vindicavit. 

10. Ar.Pol. viii. (v.) viii. (10.) 14. 1311 b 34 : Kat aAAot 8c 
TroAAot 8ta TOICLVTCLS atrtay ot juey avyp^Orjcrav dt 8' tTtepovXMrjcrav. 
o/jLOitos o"e Kat 8ta fyoflov' ev yap Tt TOVTO T&V atTtcoi; 772;, &cmtp taal 
Trept ray TroAiretay Kat ray povapyjioiS' olov Hep^y 'ApraTra^rjy 
T)^ bia(3o\r]V ryv Trept Aapcto^, ort eKp^acrev ov 



5ta ro 

The Athenian Campaigns. 



11. Hdt. vii. 107. 

12. Polyaen. vii. 24: Bo'yrjy 'HtoVo? r^y 7rl Srpu/xoi/os ?i 

^ o.pxnv peyaXov ^Sao-tAewy. r 'EAA?7z;y tiroXLopKovv 
, 6 8e Boyi]y 7rt ,/u,aKpoz> avr0" rfj TroAiopKta. a>y 8e 
aTrr)yopVv, ovx V'no^v^v TO 7n0Tv0i> CK /3ao-tAea)y yapiov TroAe- 
jutoiy -TTpoeV^at rrj TroAet Trvp evrJKtv, coorre avros re xat yw?) Kal 
Kat ^ TroAiy Ojaoi; (TVyK-aTf^X^yrja'av. 

13. Plut. Cim. 7 : Kip&v 8e, r<3i> av^a^v ?;8ig 
avrw, (JTparrjybs ety QpaK-qv eTrAeua-e, irvvOa 

e^8o^ot;y /cat truyyerety /SaatAecoy 'Hto^a TroAti' Trapa rw 

vr]v Trora/uiw Karexoiray tvoyXtiv roty Trept roy 
f/ EAA?]o-t. irp&Tov fJiV ovv O.VTOVS M^X?? To ^ 9 Hepcia 
ar^KAeta-ev ety r^y TroAti;* erreira rovy vvrep ^rpv^ova 
avroty e^otra o-troy, di;a(rrarovy 7rot<3z/ Kat rr)i; x<&pav 

airacrav ety Toa-avTrjv airopLav roiy iroXiopKov^vovs 
(TTr)<rv, ware Bo^rrji; roz; /3ao-tAccoy aTparrjyov avoyvovTa ra 
Trpay/iara r^ TroAct TrCp epetmt Kat a-vvftiacfrOe'ipai /xera roSz; 
Kat rwy ^pr]p.dT(ji)v kavTov. ovra) 8e Aa/3a>^ r^y 77oAti/ aAAo 
a^ioXoyov ax/)A?j^?7, rwi; irXciortoi; roty j3ap/3apoty 
TJ]V 8e x^P av V(j)V(TTaTi]v ovcrav KOL KaXXiorrj 
roty 'AOrjvaiois. Kat rovy c Ep/ix-ay avrw rovy XiQivovs 6 
avaQtivai <rvv\u>pr](rV, &v eirtyeypairTat rw 
*Hy apa KaKti/oi raAaKapStot, ot Trore 

Trato-tz; err* 'HtoVt, SrpujutoVoy dju,c|)t pociy, 
At/xoV r' aWtova Kpvepov r eTrayozrrey "Aprja 
Trpcorot 8v(r/jie^e'a)^ evpov 



86 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. in. 



6*e 
ye/ 

ei>py(TLr)s KOL /ueydXcoi; ayaQ&v. 



"Ex TTOTC r^o-6e Tro\r]os a/x' ' 

7/yetro a0eozj TpcotKOi/ es 
oz/ 7T00' "Ofjirjpos ZQr) Aava&v TTVKCL 
oov ovra 



xa )voprjs. 

14. Plut. (7^771. 8 : Kat irpoafKTrio-avTo \capas avrrjv re r^i; 'Htora 



15. Thuc. i. 98. i. 

16. Diod. xi. 60 : 'ETT' ap-^ovros 5 5 'A^?jz;r](rt 
'Aflrjucuoi (TTpa.TT]yov tKoptvoL Ktjmcora Tor MtA.rta8ov xai bv 
ai6\oyov TrapaSorrey, 6^e7rejui\^a^ evrt T^ TrapdAtov rrjy 'Acrtaj 
florjdrja-ovTa fJiv rats vvnnay^ovcrais oroXeffti', tXevOcpuxrovTa be ras 
rTep<riKats Irt ^povpaty Kart^ojueVaj. (2) ovros 6e Tr 

oroXoz; ez/ Bvfarriw, /cat KaraTrXewa? 7rl Tro'Xtz; r 



17. Justin, ii. 15 : (17) Igitur Xerxes, cum proditionis 
dolum publicatum videret, ex integro bellum instituit. (18) 
Graeci quoque ducem constituunt Cimona Atheniensem, 
filiurn Miltiadis, quo duce apud Marathonem pugnatum est, 
iuvenem, cuius magnitudinem futuram pietatis documenta 
prodiderunt; (19) quippe patrem ob crimen peculatus in 
carcerem coniectum ibique defunctum translatis in se vinculis 
ad sepulturam redemit. (20) Nee in bello iudicium deligen- 
tium fefellit, siquidem non inferior virtutibus patris Xerxen, 
terrestri navalique bello superatum, trepidum recipere se in 
regnum coegit. 

18. Paus. viii. 8. 9 : ToCro OVK 'Ayr^o-tTroXis TO (TTparriyrjfjLa (sc. 

TO TOI^ O(f)lV TTOTajJLOV aTIOCTTptyai T019 MaVTlVV(TlV S TO Tt)(OS 

w/x^s a>Ko8o/x?7)ue / i'oi' rfjs TtXivQov) s TO TCIXOJ T&V MavTivtav e<mi> 
6 <rvvcis t dXXd TrpoVcpoz^ eYi KijjLawL eferpe'^rj TU> MtXTid8ov Boyyv 



14-21.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 87 

TToAtopKoiWt avbpa M.fjbov Kat 6Vot riep(ra>i> 'HioVa TTJZ> CT 



19. Corn. Nep. dm. ii. 2 : Primum imperator apud flumen 
Strymona magnas copias Thraecum fugavit. 

Schol. in Aesch. defals. leg. 34 (31). See below 278. 

20. Aesch. 3 in Ctes. 183 : *H<rdV rt^es Kara TOVS ro're Katpovs, 
ot -TroAw TTOVOV inrofjitLvavTes Kat /xeyd'Aovs' Ktr6wou? em ra> 2rpt>/xo'zn 

VLK(*)v /xaxo/xe^ot Mrjbovs* OVTOL bevpo OL^LKO^VOI rov brjfjiov 
bapedv, Kat e8a)Ke^ avrots 6 Srjjmos rtjuta? /xeyaAas, a>s TOT' 
eSoKet, rpetj XiOivovs *Ep/ias OTTJO-CU ei; rrj oroa r// r&v *E/)jua)z/, e^>' 
wre JUT) CTnypdcfrtiv ra d^ojaara ra eavrcoy, foa /x?) rwi/ (TTpaTTjy&v, 
aAAa rou STJJUOV SOK^ etrat ro eTTtypajutjuta. (184) ort 8' aXrjdij Aeyco, 
e^ CLVT&V T&V Trotr/jLtarcor eto-etr^e. c-TTtyeypaTrrat yap em rw /mei> 



z; apa K(IKIVOL ra\aK(ip5iot, ot Trore M?j8coi> 
Tratcrtz/ CTT' 'HtoVt, 2rpvjuo^oj aptyl poas, 
T* aWtova Kparepov T eTrayovre? "Aprja 

vaiJLevftov evpov 
Tt 8e rw Sevrepa) 

^ye/>ioz;e(T(rt 8e fJLi<r66v ' 

avr* evepyea-Lrjs Kat //eyaA.?;? dper^s. 
rts ra 



(185) fTrt 8e TO) rptro) eTrtyeypaTrrat * 

IK Trore TTJo-^e TroArjos a/ut' 'ArpetSr^o-t 
^yetro fafleoy TpcotKoz/ a/x 



ovrcos ov8e^ aetKes 'A^raiotcrt KaAeto-0at 
KOorfjiYjTCLS TToAefxou T* d/x(/)t Kat ijz/operjs. 
cart TTOV ro raw <TTpa.Tr]yG>v ovo^d ; ovSa/xoi), aAAa ro row 



21. Tzetzes op. Lycophr. Cass. v. 417 : 'Hiwi'. Tro'Ats 0paK7 
7u 2rpv/xoz;t . . . -rrept 8e rr)z; 'Htova ravTr]v Kat 'Aflrjratoi ro 
MTJ^OVS eviKi-ja-av, Kat eoTTjo-ar rots viKrfcrao-LV ot AOITTO! 'A^rjz 
'Ep/xa? rpety At^trot- s, 7rtypa\^az;rej ez; eKao-rw rwz/ c Ep/x<Sz;, em 
* 



Trpwro), ovrcas* K.r.A. 



88 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 

Further campaigning in Thrace. 

22. Hdt. vii. 1 06. 

23. Plut. dm. 14 : 'ETret 5e T&V Hepa-Qv TLVZS OVK tfiovkovro 
TTfv Xeppovrjcrov K.\niiv, aAAa KOL TOVS paxa? avcoOev 

KCLTd(f)pOVOVVTS TOV KifJLtoVOS fJLT^ 6\iyd)V TTCLVTa7ra(TL rpt?jpa>y 

BV e/cTreTrAevKo'ro?, op/urjo-as eTr' avrovs recra-apa-t |uez> vavcrl 
ras KiV(&v eAa/3ez/, efeXdo-a? 8e rovs IT^/jo-as 
QpCLK&v i:a<rav WKetwo-aro rf} TroAet rr)z/ Xcppovycrov. 

24. C f . 7. A i. 432. Koehler in Hermes 24 (1889) p. 85 ff. 

fr. b. vs. I ..... to- . . tv 0aa(ot] 
fr. a. vs. 34. [Ma6]urtot 

[h Kap]6tat : KaAXia . . 
fr. C. vs. 20. [Atya]^Tto[t] ] 



fr. a. vs. 32. [e]7rt 2t5etot 2 

vs. 37. [ey rTato]z;t or [ez> (eTr') 'Eto]vi. 

Sky r os and the Bones of Theseus. 

25. Thuc. i. 98. 2. 

26. Plut. dm. 8 : "HiKio-az; 5e /cat 2/cCpoz/ eAoVro 

atrias rotaurr]s. AoAoue? WKOVZ; rrji; vfjaov, epyarat Kaxot y^s' 
6e Tr)z/ OaXaarvav K TraXaiov, reAevraiz/re? ov8e rwz/ 
Trap airoi/y Kat ^pcojue^cov airfi^ovTo ei>a>z>, dAAa 
erraAovs rti^ay tfjuropovs irpl TO Krrjo-iov op/xto-a/xez/ous 
etpfay. eTret 8e 6ia8pwres l/c r<Si> Seo-juwz; ot av0pa>iTO 
6tKao-ai;ro r^s TroAecoj ^A^LKTVOVLKrjv, ov POV\OH.VU>V ra 
TU>V TroAAooi; arvvKTiviv, aAAa roi)s fyovTas KOL StTjpTraKo'ra? 07:0- 



, K\VOVTS 

CLVT&V fvbibofjifvrjv. 7rapaAa/3a)z; 8' ovro) rryz/ vrjo-ov 6 Kt/ucoz; rows 
/xei; AoAoTras ^TJAaa-e /cat roy Atyatoi; ^Aeu^epwo-e, vvvOavofjitvos 8e 
roi; TiaXaibv Qrfcrta TOV Atyeoos (frvyovTa fj.V ef 'AOrjv&v ets 
avroi) 5 aitoOavovTa 8oAa> 8ta (j)6(3ov VTTO AvKO^bovs TOV 
6a"7rova<re roz^ Tatyov avevpelv. Kat yap 77^ XP 7 ?^^? 'A^r^i/atotj ra 
Xefyava KtXevcw avaKoptfav ets aaru Kal rt/uaz; ws 



Or Bya]vT><. 2 Or 



22-29.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 89 



7rpe7roVra>9, aAA* fjyvoovv OTTOV Ketrat, SKVptcoy oi>x 6juoAoyowra>i> 
]Ttiv. ro're 8r) 7roAA?j <tAortjuua rofi cr?]Koi] /xo'yts 
, tvOefJLtvos 6 Kiptov eis TT)Z> avrov rpirfprj ra dora Kal 
raAAa KoayxTjo-as' jueyaAoTrpeTrcos 1 Karrjyayeu et? TT)V avrou 8t' ercou 

V TTpaKO(TLCOV. e<' < KOi ^.CL\l(TTa TTpOS O.VTOV ^8etOS 6 8?j/UtOS 
* CIS ^V7]fJLT]V CIVTOV Kal TT]V T&V TpaytoG>V KpL(TlV 

"yvofj.vr]v. irptoTrjv yap bibacrKaXiav rov 2iO<poK\ov$ 
I-TL vtov KaOevros, 'A\l/<j)iu>v 6 ap\MV, ^)tXo^eiKtas ovcrrjs Kal irapa- 
rafecos T>V 0ear<3z;, Kpiras juei; OVK K\rjp^o- rov ay&vos, os 8e 
juera rwz; (rvcrrparriy^v TipoeXOvv ets TO Oearpov 7rot?](raro rw 
ray vevopna^vas cntovbds, OVK affrfJKtv avrovs cnreXOtlv, a 
opKutcras rfvdyKacre KaOicraL Kal Kplvai SeKa ovras, curb (frv\fjs 
Ka<TTOv. 6 p.v ovv dycbz; /cat 8ca ro T&V KpirS>v a tco/uta TT)Z> cj)L\o- 
VTTpe(3a\. vLKrja-avros b TOV 2o^)OKAeovs Aeyerat ror 
0rj y^vo^vov KOL ^Sapeoos tveyKovra \povov ov 
'A6r}vri(n biayayelv, etr' olyeaQai bC opyj]v els 2tKAtW, 
Kat reAevTTJa-aj 7re/n F^Aaz; riQa-nrai. 

27. Plut. TA<2S. 36 : Mcra 6^ ra MrjbiKa <&aiba>vos a 
fjLavTVO[j,vois rols'AOrjvaiois aretAez> rj Ylvdia ra TjcreW avaXafitlv 
oara Kal O^^vovs ezmjucos Trap' avroty (frvXarrtiv. yv Se Kal 
Xafitlv anopia Kal yv&vai TOV rd<pov ajuifta Kat ^aAe'TroV^ri rw^ 
fvoiKovvT&v AoAoTra)!'. ov jur/u aAAa Ki/xa)^ eAa)i^ r^r vrjcrov, a>? 6^ 
rots Trept e/ceiz>ou yeypaTrrat, Kat (f>iXorLjjiOVp.vos e^avevpelv, aeroC 
rtya roirov fiovvoeibf) KOTTTOVTOS, co? ^ao-tj TW orojuart Kat SiacrreA- 
Aovros rots ovvft ^eta rti^i T^X?? trvp<l>powfaras dv(TKa^v. $p46ri 
be Qr}KY) re /xeyaAou o-w/xaroj at'x/mrj re TrapaKet/xeVr] ^a\Krj Kal ft'^oj. 

6e rovrcor VTTO Ktjucoi/o? e^rt r^s rpLrjpovs, fjaQevres ot 
-TrojUTiaty re AajotTrpats tbe^avro Kal Ovo-Cais wcrTrep airor 
els ro ao-rv. Kat Ketrat jotez^ er /xeo-r] rrj Tro'Aet Trapa 
ro z/w yv{JLvd(TLOV } eort e ^V^L^OV otKerat? Kat TraVt rot? raireivori- 
potj Kat o'eSioVi Kpetrroz^a?, a>y Kat roi; r^o'ews Trpoo^rartKou rti^os 
Kat por)6r]TLKov yeyojute'vou Kat TrpocrSexojueVov ^tAaz^^pcoTrcos ras r<3^ 

TaTILVOTptoV brj(TlS. 

28. Diod. xi. 60. 2 : 2>KVpov 8e rTeAao-y<3i/ erotKOwrcov Kat 
AoAo'7ra)z; ee7roAio'pK?]o-e, Kat KTIOTTJI; 'A^rjratoz; Karaarrjo-as Kare- 
K\r]pov)(r]o~ rrjv yj&pav. 

29. Corn. Nep. (7m. ii. 4: Qua victoria magna praeda 
potitus cum domum reverteretur, quod iam nonnullae insulae 



90 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. in. 

propter acerbitatem imperil defecerant, bene animatas con- 
firmavit, alienatas ad officium redire coegit. (5) Scyrum, 
quam eo tempore Dolopes incolebant, quod contumacius se 
gesserant, vacuefecit, possessores veteres urbe insulaque eiecit, 
agros civibus divisit. 

30. Pans. i. 17. 6 : C O fJLev by jjo-eW O-TJKOS 'Adrfvaiois eyez/ero 
vaTepov TJ Mrjboi MapaO&vi ea-^ov, Kt/xco/^o? TOV MiArtdSov 2,KVp(ovs 
avao-TaTovs, biKrjv 8r) TOV 0ryo-ecos Oa.va.Tov, KCLL TO. ocrra 
es ' 



31. Id. iii. 3. 7 : Ta> xpqp/ua) be rco ycz/o/xeVa) Aajcedaiporloi? e? 
roO 'OpeVrov ra oo-ra Kat 'A^ratot? tiorepov cotKoVa exp^o" 

? s AO?Jz/aj K ^KVpov Qqcrta, aXXcos 8e OVK eti'at 
^Kvpov. avevpt re 8^ ra oora rou 0r^(r^a)9 Kt//,a>y 6 
v, a-o(f)iq. xpT?o"ajue^os Kat ovro?, Kat juer' ov 770X1; etAe 

32. Ael. Arist. vTrep r. r. 241 J. (Dind. ii. p. 315): Katrot 6 

(frvyu>v re Kat 5ta00apets tv rry SKV/X*) reAevrwz; OVK art/mos 

fJLLV TTCLpa TO) ^6(5, aAX' fTTtTCL^tV 'AflrjlWotS fJLTVyKtlV CLVTOV TO. 

dora, TroAAotj vorrtpov x.poVot? ; to? fyaviv. 

33. Schol. ac? Zoc. (Dind. iii. p. 688) : "Torepoz; 5e At/xoO Kara- 
rrxorro? 'A^TJ^a?, e'xpTjo-ey 6 'ATroAAcoy, O^K az^ aAAa>s Ttavcrao-Oai TOV 
\Ljjibv fl fjiT] 'AOrjvrjo-L /xre^eyKtz^ ra 0rj(7a)j oora* ov yevofjievov 6 

ravorev. t tKeivov be 'AOrjvaioi qyov jueytaTr]^ Kat 
fjv tKaXovv 0/](Tta. 

34. Schol. in Ar. Plut. 627 : *I2 irXetora 0r;oretots 

: . . . /xera ro ^apicraffOai TTJV brjfjiOKpaTiav rot? 'A^i/ratois roz; 
0r]o~ea, AVKOS TLS avK.ocjjavTrio'as eiroCri&ev t^ocrTpaKKrOfjvat TOV 
ijp(Da' 6 be Trapayero/xeroj ei? 2,KVpov bir/ye irapa AvKOp.rjbeL r<3 
8u^acrrrj r^s j;icrov, 6s V]Aort>7r?j<ras avaipel avTOV 8oA&). 'AOrjvaloL 
be Aot/u,cofaiTs Kat KeXtvvOevTes CK^tK^a-at rw ryo-et, roz; /xev AUKO- 

avelXov, ra 8e do-ra /lerao-retAd'joiezJoi Kat ro r/o-etov OIKO- 

z;re9 l&oOlovs avrw rt/otaj vepova-iv. 

35. Plin. JV. IT. xviii. 1 2. 65 : Hae fuere sententiae Alexandro 
Magno regnante, cum clarissima fuit Graecia, atque in toto 
terrarum orbe potentissima, ita tamen, ut ante mortem eius 
annis fere CXLV Sophocles poeta in fabula Triptolemo 
frumentum Italicum ante cuncta laudaverit ad verbum tralata 
sententia, et fortunatam Italiam frumento serere candido. 



30-43.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 91 



36. Harm. Par. 56 (72) : 'Ac/>' ov So^OKArjj d So^tAAou d eK 
KoAo)z;o{5 ewcrjae rpaycoSta er<Sz/ o>z> AAPIII, err] HHPI, apyovros 



Karystos. 

37. Thuc. i. 98. 3 ; vii. 57. 4 ; Hdt. ix. 105. 

38. (7. /. ^4. i. 402 : 'Ep/xdAwKOS 1 | Atetrpe'</>o? | airapx^v- \ Kpe- 
o-t'Aay | eTro'eo-ez;. See KirchhofFs note. Of. Paus. i. 23. 10. 

Karystian Tribute. 

39. C.I. A. i. 229. (i.) ii b. See II. 4. 
C. I. A. i. 230. (iv.) 20 b. See II. 5. 

C. I. A. i. 233. (ii.) 9 b. See II. 8. 
C. I. A. i. 237. (v.) 20. See II. 12. 

Naxos. 

40. Thuc. i. 98. 4 ; 137. 2. 

41. Ar. Vesp. 354 : 

XO. }jL[jLvr](rai bfjO', or' eTu 0-rpcmas KAex/^a? -Trore rov? 6(3\ta-Kovs 

tts (TCLvrbv Kara rou rt)(ov? ra)(ea>y, ore Ndos edAco ; 
Plut. P^r. xi. See below V. 89. 

The Eurymedon. 

42. Thuc. i. ice. i. 

43. Plut. Cirtfl. 12: Kat JJL^V avrov ye TOV /xeyaAou ^ao-tAeco? 
oi8eis eraTretz/wo-e Kat o-weVretAe ro (^pd^jma /xaAAov r; Kt/utoor. ov 
yap avfJKev eK r^j 'EAAaSo? a7rr]AAay/jteVoz/, aAA' coa-Trep CK 770809 
StwKcor, Trplz; SiaTryewat Kat o-r^at roi/y f3ap(3apovs, ra fxe^ eTrdp^et 
Kat Kareo-rpe^erOj ra 5e a^to-rr; Kat 7rpocr7]yero rot? "BAAr/a-ty, coo-re 
rr)^ air' 'Icozn'a? 'Aviav a^pt ITa/x^uAtaj Trai^raTrao-t ITepo-tKwi' 
eprj/xwa-at. Flv^ofxeros 6e row? 3ao-tAe'a)s crrparr^yovy /xeyaAa) 

Kat z/avo-t -TToAAat? cfabpeveiv Trept Yla^vXiav, Kat (3ov\6fj.vos 
avrols airXovv Kat avfuparov oAcos VTTO (j)6j3ov TIJV erros XeAtSortcoz; 
Troirjo-ao-^at ^aAarrar, a>pfJLrj(TV apa? aTro Kvidov Kat TptoTTtou 
8taKO(7tais rptrjpeo-t, Trpos /xei' ra^o? aTr' apx^? Kat Treptaycoyrjz; VTTO 
ejotto-roKAe'ovs aptcrra Kareo-Keuao-jueVatj, eKeti^oy 8e rdre Kat TrAarD- 
repas eTroujo-er avras Kat biaflaorLv rots Karao-rpco/jtao-tz; edcoKer, a>s 



92 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Oh. ill. 



TtpocrcfrepoivTo rots TroAe/uois. 

8e rrj Tro'Aet raw ^ao-TjAtraw, 'EAA?jz>Gi>z> /xez> oVreoz;, ou 
8e ror oro'Aoz; ovSe /3ouAojueVa>z> atyia-TacrOat /3ao-tAecos, rrjy 
re yjbpav KOKCOS eTroiet Kal Trpocr^SaAAe rots Ttiyjeviv. ol 8 Xtot 

vra>, Trpds 8e rous 

, ajuta /u.z; ro^ Ktjutco^a KartTTpdvvov, a/xa 8e 
ra T9(T/ /3t/3A(8ta Trpoo-Ke^e^a rots ota-rot? ef?jyyeAAor roT? 
Atraty. reAo? 5e 8trjAAaez; avrovy, OTTCOS 8e/ca rdXavra bovres 

vs (3ap(Bapovs. v E^>opos /xei' 

Ti.Opav(rTr]v (f)rjo'l r&v (3acri\iK>v ve&v ap^LV Kat rou Tre^bu 
KaAAto-^ez^r]? 8' 'ApiOfj.avbr]v TQV T&ppvov KVpi^rarov 
OVTCL rrjs 8vra/^tcos Trapa roi^ Evpvjue8oi^ra rat? 7'avcrt 7rapop/xeu>, ov/c 
oz;ra fJidxea-Qai rots r/ EAA7](rt TTpoOv^ov, dAAa Trpovfeyoptvov dy8o?;- 
/coi>ra i^aOs ^otviVfras aTro Kv-Trpov TrpotrTrAeovcraj. ravras 
flovKoptvos 6 Ktjucoz/ avriyOr]) (3id&<rQai Trapeo-Kevaa-juteVos, av 
/x^ vavna\G><Tiv. ol 8e Trp&rov fJitv, a>s /xr] yStacr^etei;, ts roi; 
TTorafJiov etTO)pjui(rapro^ 7rpoo"^)epo/jtVa)i; 8e raii' ' AOrjvaitov avrt^t- 
TrAeixrar, ws to~ropet ^a^dSrjjoioj, A^aKoorfais vavcriv, a>? 8' v E(/>opos, 
TTyT^K.ovTa Kat j^LOKO(Tiajs._ tpyov 8e Kara yow r^z; ^aAarrar 
oi8e^ "U7T* avT&v eTTpd^Or] rrjs 8v^ajU,ea)S a^tor, dAA' v6vs ts r^ y^i^ 

aTTOa-Tp(j)OVTS f^TTLTTTOV 01 TTpwrOt Kttt KaT(f)VyOV 6tS rd TTCfci; 

eyyus Trapareray/xeVoz;, ot*8e KaraAa/x/3a^d/xe^ot 8i^)0tpo^ro /ixerd 
rail/ i^ea)^. a> Kat S^AoV tcrriv, ort Tra/^TroAAat rtz^es at TreTrA^pa)- 
rot? (3ap(3dpois vfjes r\crav, ore TroAAwi' jaeV, a>s etKo's, K(f)V- 

iroXX&v 8e o-wrpi/3eio-<Szj, 
\a(3ov ol 'Aflrjuatot. (13) ra>z; 8e 
6d\a(T(rav juieya /xei' Ipyoz; tyaivtro rw Kt/xaw rd 

Kat KCKju^Kora? aKfjifjcn. Kat TroAAaTrAacrtot? eTrayety 
o/otcos 8f pw/i^ Kat (frpovruJLCLTL TOV Kparelv bp&v 
Kat TrpoOvfJiovs 6jaoVe \<piv rots ^3ap/3apots, d7re^3t/3a^e roi;s OTiAtras 
ert OepfJiovs rw Kara rr)y vavp.ayj.av dyw^t /^erd Kpauy^s Kat opopov 

TTpOO-(f)pOlJiVOV$. VTTOO-rdvTOOV T&V HepCT&V Kttl bffafJL^VdiV OVK 

dyewws Kparepa /^dx^ CTWCOTTJ' Kat ra>y 'AOrfvatav avbpes ayaOol 
Kat rots aficojuiao-t Trpwrot Kat 8ta7rpe7rets 7Tcrov. TroAAw 8' dy<Srt 
roi/s j8ap/3dpovs i-KTeivov, etra r/povi^ a^rovs re Kat 

ye/xovo~as. Kt/xooi' 8' axnrtp d 

8eti/6s fjiJitpq fjna bvo Kaflr/pr/Kws aya>yta-jutara, Kat rd //e^ ez/ 
ro 8* ei> OAaratars vavpayjiq -TrapeAr^Au^ws 
rats i/tKats, Kat ras dySor^KOvra 4>ot^tV(ras r/)t?ipts, at 



44-46.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 93 



v, f/ T6"p&> 7rpo<T/3e/3A77KeVat nvd6\j.^vo<s bia 
, ovbzv eior&>z/ jBtfiaiov OVTTCO Trepl rrjs fJLiovo$ 
bvvd}j.(iL>$ T&V (TTpaTTjyutv, aAAa o'wTTto'ra)? ert Kat /xerewpa)? ty6vTan? 
7j Kat fj.a\\02J eKTrAaycWe? airutkea-av ras vavs airaaas, Kat ra>i> 
avbp&v ot TrAetorot avvbiecfrOapqcrav. 

44. Corn. Nep. (7^m. ii. 3 : Idem iterum iniperator apud 
Mycalen Cypriorum et Phoenicum ducentarum navium classem 
devictam cepit (3) eodemqne die pari foiiuna in terra usus 
est. namque hostium navibus captis statim ex classe copias 
suas eduxit barbarorumque maximam vim uno concursu 
prostravit. 

45. Lycurg. in Leocr. 72 : 'ETT' EvpvptbovTi 6e Kat Tre^bjua- 

Kat vavpaxovvTes eviK^crav, ZKCLTOV Se rpt?}pets: T&V fiapfiapav 
aitacrav 6e rr 



46. Diod. xi. 60.. 3 : Mera 

bLavoov[jLVos, KaTtirXtvatv ets roz/ Ileipata, Kat 
Kat rr)z; a\\r]v ^oprjyiav a^iokoyo 

rore /utey f^TrAevcrei' ex 60 ^ Tpinfitis 8taKoo-ta? 5 farrepov be 
irapa r&v *lu>vtov Kat r<Sz; aAAooz/ aTrai'Tcoi' ras 
et)( rptaKoa-tas. (4) TrAe^a-as oSi^ ju/era Tra^ros TOU 
TT)Z; Kapiav, T&V TrapaOaXaTTL&v TroAecoi/ orrat /uez^ ^craz; CK 
c EAAa8os duwKta-ju^Vat^ ra^raj Tra/oa^pr^/xa avveTrticrev airacrnjj'at 
ITep(7a)y5 o(rat 8 V7ifjp)(ov 8tyAcorrot Ka'. (ppovpas t^ovcrat rTepcrtKay, 
/3taz^ Trpoo-aycoz; eTroAtopKet. Trpoo-ayayo/xei^oj 8e ras Kara r^i; 
Kapiav Tro'Aety, ojuotcu? Kat ray ei' rr/ Av/cta TretVa? Trpoo-eAa/3ero. 
(5) Trapa de r<Si^ aet Trpoo-rt^e/uteVcoz; o-VjUjud^co^ 
7rt 'TrAeoi' r\v^if](J rbv oroAor. ot 6e llep(7at ro 

evaa-ai', ro 5e VOLVTIK.QV rjOpoi(rav K re QoivLKris Kat 
Kat KtAiKtay' eo-rparrjyet 8e raiz^ Oepo-tKO)^ bwa^cav Tt- 
OpavcrTrjS, vibs &>v Ktp^ov voOos. (6) Ktjucor 8c T^vvBavo^vo^ TOV 
crroAoy rcoz/ nepacSz; 8tarpt/3et^ Trept rr)z> K^Trpor, Kat TrAevcras cut 
rois fiapfiapovs, tvav^ayyve StaKocrtats Kat TrejmJKorra cavort Trpos 
rpta/coatas Kat rerrapaKo^ra. yerojuerou 8' dywi'oy iV)(Vpoi5 Kat r<3z; 
ap.<poTpa)v Aaju,77pa>9 dycort^bftez/a}!;, ro reAeuratoz^ tVLKwv ot 
tot, Kat -TroAAd? /xez; r<S^ euazmW z^ai;? bityOtLpav, TiAetovj 8e 
wv Karbv crvv airot? rots dz;8pdo-t^ etAoz;. (7) 

Kara(f)vyovaG>v eis r?]^ KvTtpov, ot juer ei^ avratj avbpes etj 



94 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



yfjv aTT)(topr]O'av, al 8e vrjts Kval T&V f3orj6ovvTa>v ovorai rots TroAe- 
/uuois fyfvri6r)rrav viio\t(,pioi. 

(6l) Mera 8e raura 6 [j.v Kljuuoz' OVK dpKeo-0ets rr/AtKavrrj vUrj 
Trapaxp^a "naurl r<o o-ro'Aa> TTpoorKaTrjpev m TO Trefoz; r<3i> Hepo-wi; 
crrparo'Tre8oz/, owrjs rrjs Trapeju/3oA7Js Trapd TOV EypvptbovTa TrorajuoV. 



ra? atx^otAcortSa? i^ai;s raiv t8uou rovs dptarous, Sous ndpas Kal 
aXXrjv KaTao-KVTfV Trept^eis ITe/xriKTJzj. (2) ot 8e f3ap(3apOL 
aprt roi; oroAov rats TItpcriKais vava-l Kal 

V7r<l\a(3ov raj t8ta? Tpiripeis ?vai. StoVep oi/roi 
TOVS ' AQir]va.Lovs ws <f)i\ovs o^ra?, 6 8e Kifj-wv 
TnyvonV7js fKJBL^dcras TOVS a-rpartcuTa?, xat 

COS (f)L\OS VTT* aVTO)V, L(TTT(rV IS TT/^ <TTpCLTOTT0iaV TU>V 

(3) Tapaxfjs 8e jueyaXrys ycvofjLevrjS Trapa rots ITepo-ats, ot /xei> 
rov Kijmoora Trdi^ras rous e^ruyxd^o^ras KTivav, Kal TOV JJLZV 
(TTpaTrjybv T&V jBapfidpav TOV Tpov ^>pvbaT^v, db\([)Lbovv TOV 
, ev r/J a-Kfjvfj KaraAa/3oWes etyovtvcrav, T&V 8* dAAcoy ovs 
, ovs 8e KaTTpavfJLaTiov, irdvTas 8e 8ta ro Trapdboov 
rjvdyKacrav, KaOoXov 8' eWArj^is a/xa xat 
ayrota roiavr?] /caret^e roi;s riep(ras^ coo*^' ot TrAetous roi)s eTrtrt^e- 
avrots otrt^es Tjo-ar OVK fyivaxTKOv. (4) rovs jotey yap 
ov rJKLV irpbs avTovs jotera 8u^ci/>tea)s, ro 
CLVTOVS Tre^y (TTpaTiav TreTretcrjae^ot* rous 8e 
rito-t8as, oz^ras Ojuo'pous Kat ra Trpos at/rows dAAorptcos 
VTrfXafjifSavov rjKtiv /xera Sv^ajitews. 8to /cat vofj,icravTS CLTTO 
Tr\v TTi(f)opav et^at rwz; TroAf/xicor, TTpds rds z^aSs a>s Trpos ^) 
<-<f)vyov. (5) r?ys 8e WKros oiJcrr/s dfreA^ou Kat o~Koret^?/s 
ej3aiv Tr\v ayvoiav iroXv jiiaAAou av^evOai Kal /xrySeVa 

(6) 8to Kat TroAAoi) (f)6vov yevofjitvov bia TT\V 
fSapfidp&v, 6 y&v Kt'/uuou Trpoetpr^Kws rots (rrpartwrats Trpos roi> 
dp0r](T6iJLVOv irvpo-bv arvvTpe^LVy Type Trpos rats rauo-t crva-a-rjfj.ov, 
v\a(3oviJLVo$ JUTJ bi(nrapiJ.V(i)V T&V (rrpartajraii' Kat Trpos apTrayrjv 
ytvr\Tal rt TrapdAoyor. (7) Trd^ra)^ 8e Trpos roy Trvpcrbv 
Kal Trauo-a/xeVcoy rr/s apnayfjs, roVe juez^ ets ras raOs 
, rr/ 8 wrepata rpoTratOi/ (TTt]o'avTS aTTGTrXevcrav ts rr)i> 
KvTTpov, vVLKr]KOTs bvo KaAAtVras viKas, TJ\V i&v Kara y^r, rr)z> 8e 
Kara ^dAarrav* ovb^Tra) yap [jivrjfjiovevovTai rotavrat Kat 
Trpdfets yevtaQai Kara r^ OVT^V fjpepav KOI vavTLKtp Kal 



47-49.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 95 

(62) Ktjucoz; 8td rrjs t8ta? o-rparr/yta? Kat dperr/s jueydAa 
Kara>p0a>KO)y, irepifiorjTov eo'X 6 ^^ ^daz; ov fjiovov irapa rot? 
TToAt'rats dAAd Kat Trapd rot? aAAotj "EAArjo-tzJ. atx^aAoorou? yap 
eiA^et [rpt?7peis] rptaKoo-tas Kat rerrapaKoz/ra pa{>?, avbpa? 6e VTrep 
rovs bio-fjivpiovs, \pr)n6.T(&v 8e TrA^os afioAoyor. (2) ot 8e ITeporat 
eAarrca/xao-t TrepiTre-TrrooKoVe? aAAa? rpt?}pets TrAetou?, 
(o/3ov/uez>ot rr)y rwz^ 'AOrjvaitov avr}(TLV. airo yap 
i'MV q Tro'Atj r<S^ 'A0r)va 

xpr]}j,aT<tiv re TrA^et KaracrKeuao-^eifira Kat So'fr/j jueyaArj? 
d^8peta Kat o-rparr/yta rv^oro-a. (3) 6 6e 6?j/uios rwz^ 'Adriva 
efeAo'/xe^os K rwv Xafyvptov av0rjK rw ^ew, Kat n)z; e 
eTrt ro Karao~Kevao~0ez> avdOrjfjia ez^eypa^ 
ef ov y* Evpci>7r7]y 'Ao-ta? St^a TroVro? 

Kat TroAta? QvTf]TG>v Oovpos v A 
oi8ez; TTCO rotoi)roz; tTH.y6ovi.tov yeVer* avbp&v 

tpyov fv rj7TLp<a Kat Kara TTOVTOV afj.a. 
ot8e yap ei' KvTrpw M^Sov? TroAAoi'? 

^otrtKcoy GKCLTOV vcivs tXov V 
avbp>v TrXijdovo'as, /xeya 5' HcrTzvev J Ao~t? VTT* avr&v 

TrArjyeto-' d/x^orepat? Xtpfrt, KpdVet TroAe/aou. 
TaSra /xez; ovz; tTrpayQr] Kara roOrov roy eviavrov. 

47. Aristod. xi. 2 (JP. #. G^. v. p. 13) : Ki^^o? 8e rou MtA- 
aSou orparrjyowros avtirXtvcrav CTTI r?)^ Tla^vXiav Kara roy 
v^bovra TTorafJiov, Kat tvaviJiayr]crav 3>oivii Kat 
Kat Aa/jt7rpa epya eireSetfa^ro, eKaroz/ re z^aiJs eAoVre? 
ojutcixT?o"civ, Kat Svo rpoVata (TTrj(rav, TO p\v Kara 
r ro 8e Kara #aAarray. 



48. Eusebius (Sync. 470. 7) : Kt'juooz; eTr' EvpvjoteSoz/rt 
vavpaylq Kat Trefojuaxta. Kat 6 M^StKos Tro'Ae/xo? 

<|)tj8aAets 2(rxd8as o-uo-rds Depo-ats Kat 'Adrjvaiois Kat 

dr' arrou. 4>t/3aAet? 8e 8^juo? rr}? 'ArrtK^?. Hieron. 01. 
79, 4 : Cimon iuxta Eurymedontem Persas navali pedestrique 
certamine superat et Medicuin bellum conquiescit. Fers. ^4rm. 
Cimon iuxta fluvium Eurimedontem et Persas navali proelio 
vincebat, et Medicum bellum cessabat (sedebatur). 

49. Polyaenus i. 34 : KI'/XGOZ; eir' Eupf/xe8oi;rt Trorajuw i/tKa rouj 
j8ao-tAea>s o-arpd^ay Kat TroAAd (TKd(f>r) /3ap/3aptKa eAwi; es raura rous 

KeAevet Kat oroAas erSwat MT]tKdj Kat TrAew' e^t 



96 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. III. 



KvTTpov. KviTpioL TYJ o\f/L TOV f3apf3apiKOV 
TOV oroAozJ 0)9 (j)L\iov viio'btyjovTai'' ol be aTTo(3avTS Kal (7(j)6bpa ye 
avrl fiapfidptov "EAArj^e? tydvrjcrav Kal Kvirpiovs eVucrjo-az/ /uei</o 
rfjs 



50. Frontinus, Strat. ii. 9. 10 : Cimon dux Atheniensium, 
victa classe Persarum apud insulam Cypron, milites suos 
captivis armis induit et eisdem barbarorum navibus ad hostem 
navigavit in Pamphyliam apud flumen Euryinedonta. Persae, 
qui et navigia et habitum superstantium adgnoscerent, nihil 
caverunt : subito itaque oppress! eodem die et navali et 
pedestri proelio victi sunt. 

51. Suidas Ki'juuoy, MtXn^5ou, tirl TOVS crvv 0e//i(rroKAet KareA.- 
QQVTCLS fiapfidpovs ecrr/oarriy^a-e, KCU TiXtva-as et? Kvirpov Kal ITa/x- 
(pvkiav e7roA.e/xT;(re, Kat eTT* E,vpv^bovrt Trorajotw vavcrl Kal Trefw VLKCL 
em r^? CLVTTJS rj 



52. Paus. x. 15. 4: Toy 8e $oiviK.a avtOecrav 'A6r]valoL TOV 
\a\novv, Kal CLVTOV Kat 'AOrjvas ^,yaAju,a iti\pV(Tov eTTt rw (froiviKi, 
airo epycoy (Sv eir* EvpvfjLtbovTL v rj^pa TTJ avrrj TO ptv 7re0/, ro 8e 
vavalv tv rw Trora/xoi KaTtop6a)(Tav. TOVTOV TOV ayciX/xaros erta^ou 
roy eir' avrw \pvcrbv e^eco/aryi; AfXv/xao- pevov. eyw fxey 8^ ro eyKA.?]//a 
e? KaKovpyovs re r]yoy Kat ^>&y^a? avOptoirovs' KA-etro'S^/xos 6e, 
oTioVot ra *A8r)vai(tiv tTiiyj&pia typa^av o apyjzioTaTos, OVTOS Iv rw 
Xo'yw (^T]crt rw 'ArrtKw, ore 'Aflr^atot Trapeo-Keuafoyro eTTt 2tKeAta 

TOy OTo'Aoy, 0)9 (-dvOS TL CLTTZLpOV KOpCLKtoV KaTTJpe TOT fS A\<f)OVS } 

Kal 7TpLKOTTTov T TOV ayaA/xaro9 TOVTOV KOI a.7Tppri<ro-ov rot9 
<peo~tv air* avTOV TOV \pvcr6v' Ae'yet 6e Kat a>9 TO bopv Kat Ta9 
Kat 6Vo9 Kap77O9 eirt TO> (froiviKL eTreTrotrjTO e9 PLL^O'LV T//9 
o-atey Kat Ta^Ta ot KopaKe9. 

53. Ael. Arist. VTT. T. r. 156 J. (ii. p. 209 Bind.) : 'E^t e Ev 



97/xe'pa fxta VIK&V. wo-Te Tot9 irpoTtpois epyot9 

7TOtr]Ta>y T0t9 OT TTTJCTaV Ot (Bcipfiapoi TTpa^Oelo'LV^ 0/XC09 Ti9 

avT&v et9 TauTa v<TTpov, ov navTa, dAAa //ta9 Ttyo? ^/xepa? epya' 
ef ovr' EvptoTrrjv 'Acrias bfya TTOVTOS eK/nye 

Kat 7ro'Ata9 OvrjT&v Oovpos v ApTj9 e^evret, 
ovbevL 7TO) KaXAtoy eTrt^^oytcoy yereT* dvbp&v 

pyoi> v ^Tretpw Kat KaTa TIOVTOV opov. 



50-59.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 97 



oi8e yap tv yairj M 778001; TroAAoi/s dAe 
<$>oiviK(t)v ZKCLTOV vavs Zkov tv TreAayet 

avbp&v 7T\r}6ovcras, ju,eya 6' (TTVV 'Acris VTT* avr&v 

7rA7]yeur' a/uu^orepai? \ep(A Kparei TroAe/xou. 
Cf. IT. r. TrapcxfrO. 380 J. (ii. p. 512 Dind.). 

54. Anthol. Pal. vii. 296. Stpwdou roO Kr'oi; 1 . 



XaS>v Oovpos "Apr]? e^eTret, 
7TO) KCL\\LOV -ni\6ovi^v yerer' avbp&v 
i-pyov v rjTTtipto Kal Kara TIOVTOV ajua. 
0186 yap ej; KvTTpco MrjScoz; iroXXovs dAeo-a^re? 

e/caroz; z^ai)? cXoz; ei^ TreXayet 
TrXrjOovcras' /ueya 6' HcrTZvev ['Acrt? VTT 
etcr' a/x^ortpats X 6 / 70 ^ K P < * T * L 



LyJcian Tribute. 

55. (7. /. A i. 234. (iii.) 31. See II. 9. 

Phasdis. 

56. C. I. -4. i. 226. (iii.) 5 b. See II. 1. 
0. /. A i. 228. (i.) 9. See II. 3. 

(7. /. A. i. 229. (i.) i. See II. 4. 
(7. /. A. i. 230 fr. 25, (ii.) 12. See II. 5. 
(7. /. A i. 231. (iii.) 24. See II. 6. 
C. I. A. i. 244. (i.) 41. See II. 19. 

Revolt of Thasos. 

57. Thuc, i. ico. 2; 101. i, 3. 

58. Diod. xi. 70 : 'En' ap-^ovros 6* *AOr)vr]o-iv ' 

oAv/otTTtas 8' ^x^ 1 ? !/35ojUT7KO(rrr) Kal erarTj, Ka0' 771; eyuca 0ra8ioi> 
Eevoty&v KopivOios. CTH 8e rovrcoy aTroorazn-ey cio-tot aTro 'A^r;- 
vaiu>v, jueraAAcozJ a/x^to-jS^rowre?, cKTroAiopKr^^eWe? T^TTO rcoi' 'Aflr?- 
itov, rivayKdo-drja-av ird\iv vii eKttVou? rarreo-^at. 

59. Plut. C'^w/. 14 : 'EK 8e rovrov Qaatovs ^v aTroorai/ra? 

rpets Kat TpiaKOvra vavs cAa^Se Kat r^i/ 



1 Lemma ^. rot) KT/OU, ets TOVS /xera ~Kijj,ajvos aTpar(vffafj.fvovs \v Kvirpa 
Orjvaiovs, OT ras p vavs TUV QOIVIKQJV \a@ev. 

H 



98 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



e^eTroAtopKTjcre Kat ra xpva-ela TO. irepav 'Aflrji 
Kat xP av > TJS tirrjpxov amen, -Trape'Aa/Ser. tKtWev 8e paSuos eTrt- 
/3r>at MaKeSoznas Kat TroAXr)^ a7rore/oteo-0ai irapacrxdv, a>? eSoKet, JUT) 
0A?jo-a? alriav o~X Swpois UTTO roi; /SacrtAeco? 'AXt^dvbpov (TiyzTre- 
Treta^at, Kat biKrjv t<pvy r&v tyjdp&v o~V(TTdvTU)V ITT' avrov. 

60. Corn. Nep. Cm. ii. 5. Thasios opulentia fretos suo 
adventu fregit. 

Thasian Tribute. 

61. 0. 7. A i. 226. (iv.) 14. See II. 1. 
(7. I. A i. 228. (v.) 20. See II. 3. 

C. I. A.i. 231. (v.) 9. See II. 6. 
C. I. A. i. 236. (iii.) 15. See II. 11. 
C. I. A. i. 242. (vi.) 7. See II. 17. 

62. C. I. A. i. 259 (01. 88. 4?); ii. 9 : XXX ao-tot. 

The Disaster of Ennea Hodoi. 

63. Time. i. 100. 3 ; iv. 102. 2. 

64. Diod. xi. 70. 5 : "A/^ta 6e roirrot? TrparrojueVots *A0r]valoi 
6a\aTTOKparovvTS et? 'Aju<nroAti> ee7rejUA/faz; otKTJropaj fjivpiovs, ovs 

*V 6K TWZ/ TToXlT&V OVS 6' K T0)i; (TVOC(AV KCLTaXaVTCS Kdl TV 



6e avr&v avafiavrcov ets QpaKyv arvvefir] Trdvras TOVS 

VTTO r>v 'HScoz^w^ KaA.oi>- 



65. Diod. xii. 68. i : Ta^r?;^ 6e TT)^ TroAtz; Trporepov }j.ev eTre- 
Xipr]crV oiKifeiv 'Aptorayopas 6 MtArJo-tos, (frevy&v Aaptlov rbv 

T&V Tlepor&v' (2) tKtivov 6e reAevrrjo-a^ro?, Kat ra>r otK?/- 

7T(TOVT(tiV V7TO QpCLK&V T&V dvOfJiafofJLtVtoU '~H$(tiV&V } fAtTO. 

Tavra Ireo't U(rt Trpns* rots rpiaKOvra 'AOrjvaioi /Jivpiovs otKTyro^a? ts 
avrrjv e^eTre^az;. 6/^otcos 6e Kat TOVTCOV T^TTO QpqK&v bia(f)6apVT(DV 
Trept Apd(3r](TKOv, StaAtTroire? er^ 8^0 TraAti^ dveKTTjcravTo TT]V TTO\IV 
Ayvu>vo$ rjyovfjievov. 

66. Hdt. ix. 75. Cf. Thuc. i. 51. 4. 0. /. A. i. 179, 
vv. 1 8, 19. Platon. Com. FT. 64 (Kock, i. p. 618). 

67. Isocr. 8 de Pace, 86 : 'Ey AdYo> 8e fjivpiovs oTrAtraj avr&v 
Kat r<Sy avfjifjidx^v aTrcoAecrar. 

Schol. Aesch. 2 defals. leg. 34. See below 278. 



60-73.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 99 

68. Corn. Nep. dm. ii. 2 : Oppidum Amphipolim constituit, 
eoque decem millia Atheniensium in coloniam misit. 

69. Pans. i. 29. 4 : v E<rrt 8e KOL Tracrt juz^/utara 'A6rjvalois 
airoOavelv <rwV<rV eV re vavpayjiais KOI v jurats 7reaty, 

6(TOL Mapa0<3i>t avr&v rjyd&vio'avTo' TOVTOIS yap Kara ^topav tlcrlv ol 
TOLUOL bi avbpayaOtav' ol 8e aAAot Kara r^y 686^ Keu>rai rr)z; es 
'AKaSrjjutay, Kat <r<<3i> to-racnv em rot? r^ots or?jAai ra ovo^ara 
Kat ro^ brjjjiov KCL(TTOV Aeyoucrat. Trp&roi be Td<f)r)Grav ovs tv Q 

pa(3r)(TKOV rijs x ( * > P as *H8 
Aeyerat 8e Kat a>s Kpavvol 
8e aAAot re ?f(ra^ Kat Aeaypos, a> /ixaAtcrra 
f] bvvafjiis, Kat AeKeAev? 2a)^>a^9, 6s roz^ 'ApyetoV Trore 
Ne/>ctcoz; avyprjiJLevov VLKrjv aiTGKTtivev 'EvpvftaTrjv, /3or/- 
a Atyirrjrats'. 



The First Peloponneso- Attic War. 
Breach with Sparta and Alliance with Argos and Thessaly. 

70. Thuc. i. 102. 3, 4. 

Paus. iv. 24. 7. See below VII. 66. 
Paus. i. 29. 9. See below VII. 72. 

Athenian relations with Argos. 
Allusions by Aischylos. 

71. Hypoth. Aesch. Agam. : 'ESiSax^ 7 ? TO fyoajma CTTI apyovros 
4>tAoKAeov? oXv^jnabi KTJ (oy8o7]Koo-rr/ Meursius) Iret 
Ato-x^Aos 'Ayafxejuvo^t, Xo77^opot?j Evjue^tcrt, ITpcoret 

72. Aesch. Eum. 864 : 

0t>/jato? ecrrto TroAe/xoj, ou /xoAts Tr 
ei^ w rt? eo^rat 8eti^os ei'KAeta? ep<os. 

73. 16^. 287 : 

OP. Kat rSr a^>' dy^ov o-ro/xaroj i^>rijuc)? KaAa> 
avao-aav Trjvb' 'A.'6r)vaiav ejmot 
apayov Kr?}(rrat 8' aVei; 8opo? 
re Kat yrjy Kat roz^ 'Apyetoz; 
TTtordz; StKatcos es ro Traz; re 
Cf. iftwi. 667-673; 762-774; -40am. 449-455; 638-645; 
799-804. 

H 2 



ioo EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 

Breach with Korinth. 
Naupaktos and the Messenians. 
See VII. 80-82. 

Megara joins the Athenians. 

74. Thuc. i. 103. 4. 

Plut. Cim. 17. See below VII. 65. 

75. Diod. xi. 79 : Toi; 8' tviavviov \povov bieXrjXvdoTos 'A0?j- 

V1](Tl }JiV 77PX 6 BtW, . . . 7Tt 8e TOVTCDV KoptvOiOlS KOi MtyaptVCTL 7T/)t 

ofjiopov yvofjitvr]s djut^io-^rjio-ecos, et? -TroXe^ov at TroAet? 
) ro /ote^ ovz; irp&Tov TT]V ^u>pav a\\r)\a)v 8tereAow 
KOL K.O.T dkiyovs o-v^irXoKas [KOI fj.d%as jJiiKpas] TTOLOV- 
e rijs biatyopas ol Meyapets det /xaAAoy eAarrou- 

[JLVOl KCll TOVS KopLvOiOVS (frofioVlJLtVOl, CTV^^^OV^ ^TTOiJ]a'aVTO TOVJ 

'Adqvatovs. 

Halieis and Kekryphaleia. 

76. Thuc. i. 105. i. See also Hicks, Gk. Hist. Inscr. no. 20. 
[Note : Halieis hostile to Argos. See VII. 30, 31.] 

77. Justin, iii. 6 : (5) Sed nee Lacedaemonii quievere, qui 
cum Messeniorum bello occupati essent, Peloponnenses in- 
misere, qui bellum Atheniensibus facerent. (6) parvae tune 
temporis classe in Aegyptum missa vires Atheniensibus erant. 
Itaque navali praelio dimicantes facile superantur. 

78. Diod. xi. 78 : ToC 8' tviavo'LOv \povov SieAryAi'^oros 'A6rjvr](ri 
fjitv i]v apy^uv <$>L\oK\rjs . . . fTrl 8e rovrcoy KopivOiois KOL '771801;- 
ptots Trpbs 'AOrjvaiovs tvo-Tavros iroX^ov, (TTpdrV(rav eir' CLVTOVS 

AOrjvaioi, KOL yevo^vrjs p-d^r]s to-^vpa? viKr)(rav 'AOrjvaiOL. (2) 
juteyaAw 8e oToAw KaraTrAe^o'a^Tes' Trpos TOVS dvo}Jiao}JLvovs 'AAiets 1 , 
ave(3rja-av et? rr]V H\OTr6i>vr]crov, KCU r&v TroAejutcoi; avel\ov OVK 
oXiyovs. crv(TTpa(f)VTu>v 8e T&V YltXoTTOwrio'Laiv /cat bvvajjiiv aio- 
Xoyov aOpoiadvTwv, (nWorrj ^ayj] irpbs TOVS 'AOrjvaiovs Tre/n Trjv 
v^aAeta^ Ka^' rjv vdXiv tviKt](rav 'AQrjvaioi* 

79. Hdt. vii. 137. 



74-85.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 101 



80. C. I. A. i. 433 J Hicks, no. 19 : 'Epexfletgos ['JotSe cv TOI 
7roAe//ot aittQavov tv Kvirpoi tv Aty[v7r)roi v <otrtKet V 'AXitvcnv kv 
AtytVet Meyapo[t] TO avro tviavTo. The names follow. 
Letters A A i*$ CD 



81. Thuc. i. 105. 2-4; 108. 4. 

82. Diod. xi. 70 : 'Eu' ap^ovros 6' 'AOrjvrjo-iv ' 
oXvfJLTnas 8' ^X^ 7 ? C/^OJU^KOOTT) Kat fvarrj, KaO* r)v tvlna 
,vo(f)(dv KopivOios . . . (2) Atytz/7]ras aTroo-ra^ras 'AQrjvaioi 
o-dfj.voi Tr)v Atyivav iroXiopKtlv 7r)(ipria-av' avrr] -yap fj TTO\LS rots 
Kara OaXarroiv ay&cn TroXAaKt? vrnj,pov(ra (frpovrJiJLaTos re 'TrXryprys ^y 
Kat xp?7|uara)z> Kat rptr^pcoz/ evTropetro, Kat TO vvvoXov aXAoTptcos act 

^atovs 1 . (3) bioirep crTpaTeva-avres eTr' avTT\v Trjv 
, Kat TT)I> Atyiz/av 7ro\iopKOvvTS O"ntvbov eAetv Kara 



83. /5^. 78. 3 : Toio^rcoy Se e^juepr/jutaTcoi' aiTotj 
rovs AlyivrjTas 6pS>vTS Tre^po^/xaTta'/xei'ovs /xez; Tat? 

ptvius TTpd^cnv, aXAoTptcos 8e exo^ra? -rrpoy avrotfo, lyvoMrav KCLTCL- 
7To\fjLrj(rai. (4) 816 Kat crrdXov eTr' a^Toi/y aioA.oyou a 
qvaiwv, ol TJ]V Alyivav KCLTOLKOVVTZS, 

Kat $6av rG>v Kara OaXarrav ayvvav, ov KaTTT\dyr](rav rj]v 
T&I> 'Afrrjvaitov, fyovres 8e rpiripets LKavas KOL 
cre/xu, vav{jid^j]crav, Kat Aet^^eWe? aTTJ3a\ov 
' crvvTpipVTS 8e Tot? (f>pov^a(TL bia TO fjLtyeOos rfjs 
, rivayKacrOrjo-av et? Tr/y 'A6r]vai<i)V (rvvrtXeiav Karara\Brivai. 
ravra JJLZV ovv AecoKpaT?]? 6 crrparriybs K.ar^'npa^aro Tot? 
8ta7roAe/i7Jo-as /x^ra? ^ea 7T/>6? TOI;? 

84. Lysias 2 Epitaph. 48 : 'To-Tepw 8e 

5ta i)Xov T&V yeye^/xei/co^ Kat (frOovov rG>v 
v aTravrts <f>povovvTs } 
ocaorot 



ycvovrjs tofjiriKovTa Tpt?pets avrv 
C. I. A. i. 433. See above 80. 

Athenian Dedications. 

85. Dittenberger, >%^. Inscr. Gr. 4 ; Hicks, no. 20 : 'A0ez>atoi 
dv0(ra.v Ttv VTOCLV K[a]l ra *o7rA[a K]at TaKpoTepta 'eAoWe? roz; 



102 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Oh. ill. 



86. Pans. x. II. 6: 'HKoSo'jut^o-az/ 8e Kat 'A&jixuot oroav OTTO 

a ez; r<5 TroAe'juta) ax^tVtz; eyeVero aTro re neAoTTOz/urjo-ttoz; 
Kat oVot ITeAoTroz^Tjo-tot? Tjcraz; row 'EAArjznKoii crv^a^oL. ava- 
Ketrat 8e Kat TrAotcoi; ra aKpa K007/,r?juara Kat d(rm8e? \a\K.ai' TO be 
eVtypajuijua ro err' avrols dptfyxet ras -TroXet? d</>' wz^ ol 'A^ratot ra 
aKpoOivia aTrecrreiXa^, r^y re *HAeta>y Kat AaKe8atju,oi>uou, StKvaii'a. 
re Kat Me'yapa Kat n&Xrjvtas 'A^atw^. 'Aju/3/oaKtaz; re Kat Aei>Ka5a 
KopivOov' -yevtcrOaL 8e aTro rw^ vav^ayi&v TOVTU>V Kat 
i Kat ra> I7o(re(o)i;t em rw di>ojU,ab/LieVa> *Pta). Kat /xot 
ro e7rtypa/x/oia ej ^opjut'cora roz^ 'Acrcornxov e\et^ Kat es rov 
o9 ra fpya. 

Fighting in Megaris. 

87. Thuc. i. 105. 3-106. 

88. Diod. xi. 79. 3 : Ato Kat TraXtL' raw 7roAeo)i; 
rat? bvvdjjieori ye^o/xeVaw, Kat rwr KopivOfav juera 

crTpaTtva-dvTwv et? rrjz> MeyaptK?/^, ' 

rot? 

' yevoptvr]S 6e Trapara^eco? lo^vpas e^rt 
\p6vov, Kat rat? d^dpaya^tat? eKarepcoz; eftcrov/xeWi', ro reXevratoi/ 
tviKi]<Tav ' AdrivaloL Kat TroXXov? di'etAor ra>r TroAe/xtcoz;. (4) juera 6' 
oAtyaj fjiJitpas Ttdki 
K'f/coAta, TraAti' kviK.j\<jav ' 

C'. 7. ^1. i. 433. See above 80. 

Lakedaimonian Expedition to Phokis. 

89. Thuc. i. 107. 2. 

90. Diod. xi. 79. 4 : . . . ot <I>a)Kets ei>e0T7Jo-az;ro ir6\fjLOV irpbs 
Acoptet?, rov? vpoyovovs ptv AaKeSatjLtoin'a)^, otKowra? 8e Tro'Aet? 
rpa?, KvrtVto/^ Kat Botor Kat 'Eptz^eoV, Ket/xeVa? wo roy Xotyov TQV 

HapvcHr&ov. (5) ro juer oSz; irp&rov /3ta x^tpcoo-d/^ei/ot 
Acoptet?, KareVxor avr&v ras Tro'Aet?' //era o"e raSra AaKeSat- 
fjiovioi jjitv NIKO/XTJSTJZ; roz; KAeo/^teVov? efeVe/x\^a^ /3o^^rjo-orra rot? 
Acopte{i(rt 8td r^f o'vyye'retar. et)(e 8' ovro? AaKeSaijuoi'toi;? f/,ei 
XiAi'ou? Trei^raKOcrtov?, Trapd 8e rcSz; aAAcou TleAoTroi'^o-tcor 
(6) ovro? /xez; ow eTTtrpoTro? cor HAeta-rcoraKro? rot) /3ao-tAe'a>? 
oi^ros, /xera roo-avrTjs Sura/xeco? /3o^Ori(re rot? Atoptei)(7t, 
rov? 4>a)Ket? Kat rd? iro'Aet? d^aKr^o-djuero? rou? re 4>coKet? Kat 
Acoptets 8t?/AAa^e2/. 



86-93.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 103 



The Return of the Lakedaimonians and the battle 
of Tanagra. 

91. Thuc. i. 107. 3 108. 2. 

92. Diod. xi. 80 : 'AOrjvaloi. TrvOojjLtvoL TOVS AaKbaL}j.ovtovs 
TOV pep Trpbs ^coKets TToAe/xoy KaraAeAuKeVat. avrovs 8e f/e'AAetz; TT\V 
ets OIKOV 7rdvobov -Troieio-flat, eyvwo-av e7rt0eV0at Kara rrjzJ oboiTropiav 
rots AaKe8at/ixoz;tots. eoTparei>o-ai> ow eV arrows, TrapaAa/SoVres 
TOVS 'Apyetous Kat erraAovs* Kat TTevTrfKovra yJtv vavvi, arparta)- 
rats 8e ^vpCoLS /cat rerpaKio-xtAtou TTL(3ov\vovTS avrols KareA.a/3oi;ro 
ras -Trept r^y Fe/oareia^ TrapoSovs. (2) Aa/ceSatjuoVtot 6e irvvOavo- 

ra Kara rovy ' AQt]vaiovs TraprjXOov TTJS Botcoria? ets Tczi^aypai'. 
8e ' A6rivai(i>v iiapay^vo^v^v els r^ Botcortay Kal -rraparafea)? 
o-^pa avv^arr] ju-a^i]' Kat r<Sz> /otez^ 0erraAa>z; juera/3aAo- 
ev rrj lA&xy ^po? roi/j AaKeSat/xoi^tovj, rd>^ 8e ' AOujvaiMV Kat 
'Apyettoi/ o^6e^ TJTTOV Stayw^t^bjuez^tor, zirecrov JJLZV OVK dAtyot 
Trap* ajut^orepot?, VVKTOS 6' 7TL\ajBov(rr]S bL\v0r]<Tav. (3) juera 8e 
rairra rot? 'AOrfvaiOLS K.o^i^o^vr\s ayopas TroAArj? K r^? 'ArrtK^?, ot 
erraAot KptW^re? eTTt^eV^at ravrry, rrjj wpa? 
VVKTOS cnrrivTatv rots KOJJLL^OVCTL TOLS ayopas. (4) rwr 8e 
roWcoz; 'A6r)vai<i)v ayvoovvroov Kat / 7rpo<rgefajuei>a)i> rovs erraAous 
w? <t'Aovs, (rvv(3ri [Kat] TroAAovj Kat TroiKikovs dywi'a? ytvlcrOai 
TTpl TTJS ayopas. TO /xey yap irp&TOV ot erraAot, 7rpoo~ex^^re? 
VTTO raiz; TToAe/oucoz; 8ta r^z; ayvoiav, (-KTZLVOV TOVS tvTvy^dvovTas., Kat 
avvTTayfJivoi rot? TeOopv^^vois a-vfjLTT\KOfJiVOL TToAAovs avfipovv. 
(5) ot 5e Kara rr)i; O"rparo7re8etay OVTS * AOrjvaloi irvdojjievoL TJ]V T&V 
0erraAa>z; eTT^eo-tr, ^KO^ Kara a-Troi^T^, Kat roi)s 0erraAovs ef 
ec^o'Sou rpex/^ajbievot TTO\VV tirolovv <f)6vov. (6) tTnporjQrjo-avTCdv 
r&v AaKeSatjutovtcor rots erraAots o-i'^reray/xei'?] rr) Sf^a/xet, Kal 
rots crrparoTieSots oAots yvo^vr]s -rraparafecos, (rvv(3i] bia Tr\v 
yevofJLevrjv c^tAort/itazJ TroAAovs Trap 1 aju^orepots avaLpeOrjvaL. reAos 
6e r?js j^ax 7 ? 5 a^ibo^ov \aj3ovcrrjs TO reAos, avv(Br] TOVS re AaKe- 
bainoviovs ajjifao-flriTrjo-aL Trept r?js z^tK^s Kat roi)s 'A^r^z^atovs. roVe 
juey ovz; e7rtAa^3ovo-}]s VVKTOS Kat rrjs z^tK^s a^ibofov ye^o/xeVr/s, o~te- 
7rpea-/3e^oi'ro Trpos aAArjAovs Kat rerpa/uujznat'ous o-7rov8as e7rot?io-az/ro. 
Plut. (7im. 17; Per. 10. See below 102, 103. 

93. Paus. i. 29. 9 : f/ Torepoz; 8e /xeAAovo-qs 'Adr]vai(iv tv 
'Yavdypq ytVeo-^at irpos Botcorovs Kat AaKe8at/x,ortov? juax^s CL^LKOVTO 



104 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



'AOrjvaiois 'Apyetot (3orj6ovvTS' Kal napavrUa juez> 

TOVS 'Apyetovj vv tireXOovaa a(/>eiAeTo TO craves TTJS VIKYJS, es 8e 

TT]i' vcrrepaiav VTTrjp^ Kparrjcrat AaKeSat/xoznou?, 0e(r<raA<Sz> irpobov- 



94. Paus. i. 29. 7 : 'Ezn-a0a (kv r<S Kepa/utetKw) Kat KAeco^atot 
KeTzrat, jutera 'Apyeuoz; ets T^ZJ 'ArrtKT)z> eA^oVre?. 

95. (7. J. A. i. 441 and iv. p. 107: Tot8e TTOK' h Tav]aypai 
Aa[KbaLjj.ouioLs f^d^ovTo vel simile quid. Vs. 2. - - t Tro^ofs 
--- . Followed by a list of names of the Kleonaians who 
fell at Tanagra in 01. 80. 4. 

Note. Boiotian contingent at Tanagra. Cf. Plat. Ale. i. 1 12 C. 

96. Plat. Menex. 242, A-B : Mera 8e TOVTO yevopivov iroX^ov, 

[JiV Iv Tavaypq virtp rry? Botcorwz; eAtv^eptas AaKat- 

, afjL(j)L(Tftr]Tr](rifjiov e 7779 juax 7 ? 5 ye^ 
ro vvTtpov fpyov' ol fj-tv yap C^^OVTO aTTioVres, 
[Boicoroi)?] ot? tfioriOovv, ol 8' ^/merepoi rptrr; ^/xepa ez; Olvotyvrois 
ULKrj(TavTs TOVS a8t/cft)s (frevyovTas StKaicoj KaTTyyayo^. 

97. Aristod. xii. I (.F. ^T, (r. v. p. 14) : Mera 8e raura 
'EAAr/ytKos TrdAejuoj eyeVero 'AOrjvaicDV KOL AaKbaLp.oviMv kv Tav- 
aypq' Kal ol juez> AaKeSatjixoViot ^(raz^ roz> apiO[j.6v fjivpioi rpto-)(tAiot, 
ot 8e 'A^7]z^aiot ju-^ptot ^aKto-)(tAtof Kat VLK&O-IV 'A^z/atot. 

98. Aristides, Panath. 156 J. (Bind. i. p. 255): A30ts 8' eVt 

AaKoaLjjLOvia)v TiapzXOovr&v eKeKAetcrro /^ez^ 6 Kpttratoj 
TrrJrrcoi' 8' 7rl roi/s opovs. x^P^ & virtp Meydpav rjaav 
v Fepai'eta' ware /MT) e^et^ Aa/ceSatjuioytov? o rt xp^awrcu, dAA' 
aTTopiv loTcoraj 6z^ Boicorot? OTTOI <ru>Qria'ovTaC ovra) TrepteTrrv^ei' 
ai/roi)s 17 -770X19. reAos 8e o-v/x/SaAAowiz; er Taz^dypa r?ys Boicortas, 
Kat yevofjicvtov a^orepaov avbp&v TOV roA/m^juaro? aiu>v eboav 
V TOVTO AaKtoaifJiovioL irXeov tayj]K.Gvai, TTW? az; etTroijut 
OKV& yap et7retz> on OL>K aTrcoAoz^ro. Kal yap 77 z; opos ovroj ' 
z^ KAeto-at rr^v trdpobov, AaKtoaLjjiOVLOis 8e crtoOfjvai. ot 

t KIVOVVVL \LQVQV TOVTO TO tpyOV TT]V <j)Vyi]V CTV^oXoV TT^S ZHKT79 

i, 7rel rovs ye Kat mipa rr)r l*a>yj]v Kpetrrovs Kat rots oAots 
iro\\G>v T&V Kat 7rpoTpov KpivdvTaw ra ec^ef?;? e^^u? eSetfe. 
rpety ycip et(riz; ol fjiapTvprjo-avTes Trapaxprj^a 'AOrjvaltov elvaL Tr\v 
VLKIIV, 'AOrjvaloi, AaKe8atfxoVtot, Botcorot. AaKeSat/xoVtot /xez; yap 
r]ydirr](rav az/a)(a)p?j(7az>re9, K.r.A. 

99. Hdt. ix. 35. (Tisamenos.) 



94-102.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 105 



100. Paus. V. IO. 4: 'Ez> 6e ' 

w TOI) 6p6(f)ov r<o TrepaTt (rou paou rot) AIDS) eTrucetrat, Kat 
Kara IJ,(TOV /xdAtora ear^Ke TOI; deToV, tTTL^pvcros Kat avrr]' 
VTTO 8e TTJS NtKiys ro ayaAjuta dcrTTts az^aKemu XP UO "*7' M&otwrap TT/Z> 
FopyoVa e'xoixra eTretpyaa-jue^z;. TO 7rtypaju/xa 6e TO 7rt TT) dcrTrtSt 
WS Te avaOevras 8ryXot Kai Ka^' rjvTiva alriav avtdevav' Aeyet yap 



Nao? jute 

Tot AaKeat/zortot (rv^a^ia T 
b&pov aTr' 'Apyetcoy Kal 'Adavaiwv Kat 

Tay SeKaTai^ z^tKa? etVeKa TW 
Tijs' juaxi?J \LVT\\I.Y\V Kat ei' TiJ 'AT0t'6"t 
ra ' A6rjvri<Tiv eTre^twi' {JU'rHJLara. 
101. /. . A. 26 a (p. 171): 

[Nafo? /xez; fyiaXav \pv(Tta\v ex^t, K [Taz^dypas 

TOI AaKeaiju,oznoi (rv/xj/xaxtci T' di'fe^fi' 
55/901; aTr' 'Apyctov Kat 'A^ajz/atoy Kat 

z;tKas efvjeica TOU 7ro[Ae/otov 



....... M ....... ] 

Letters AA/O(o) 

Recall of Kimon and Truce with Sparta. 

102. Plut. OlTfl. 17 'E^ 6e To^TO) TCOZ; AaKe8aiju.o^t&)^, ws' 

)^ tAeu^epwo'ai'Te?, ^ Taz^aypa 
'A^?/z^atot /mez; aTrri 
ts T?Z/ CLVTOV 



TOVS 

57 8e fiovXr] r&v TrevTaKoaiCDV irvOofjievr] KOL (frofir] Cetera, TCOZJ 
ai)Tov KaTafiotoVT&v ws (rvvrapa^ai rrjv (f)d\ayya (BovXofJitvov Kat TT; 
Tro'Aet AaKeSat^oz^tovs 7rayayt^ aTT^yo'pet'o-e TOI? o-TpaTr/yotj />,^ 
TOZ; avbpa. KaKetz/o? //ez; w'xeTO 8er]^et9 EvflnrTrou rov 
Kat TWI> aAAwz> kraip^v, ocroi /xaAto-Ta TT)Z; TO AaKcoz^t- 
fetz; alriav 0")^ov, eppcojueVcoj ay(i)VL(raaOai Trpo? TOI/S TroAejutovj Kat 
6V Hpytov aTToXvcracrOaL TTJV alriav 7rpo9 TOVJ TroAtTaj. ot 8e Aa- 
(3ovTs avrov rv]v iravoTrXiav et^ TOZ; Ao'xoz; 0vro' KOL /xeT* d\\^\u>v 
K&VIJLU>S ZKCLTOV orrcs eireo-ov, TTO\VV avr&v iroQov Kat 
)' ot? TJTidOrja-av dStKO)? dTroAtTroVTes Tot? 'A^r/z;aiots. 

TO. uez> a>9 



106 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



t, ra e rou Kaipov 

yap v Tdvdypq fJLaxtl ju^yaAr/ ^at TrpocrboK&VTts ets 
&pav erovs crrpanav HeXoTTOvvrja-idDV TT' CLVTOVS Ka\ovv CK TTJ? 
(frvyfjs rbv Kt/xcom* Kat KarijXde TO i/^c/Hcrjuia ypa^ravTOs aurw riepi- 
K\OVS. OVTCD rore TroXtrtKa^ /xez; ^(raz; at 8ta^>opat, juterptot 8' ol 
Ovfjiol Kat Trpos TO KOLVOV evavaKXr/roL (rv[jL<ppov, f) 6e 0tAoTt/oita 
7rafTO)z; CTrtK^aTouo-a TWI; iraO&v TOIS rrjs Trarpibos ^Trexw/oet Kat/Do:j. 
103. Plut. Per. IO : 'O jutev ovz; efoo-T/jaKio-juto? atpio-^vrjv i\. 
v6}ji(i) bKaTiav Tols (^evyovaLV ev 5e TCO 6ta / 
0-TpaTw joteyaAw fyfiaXovTOdv ets TT)Z.' Tamy/oiKr)z> Kat TOOZ; 



fJLTOi T&V (f)V\T&V CIS \6^0V TOL OTlXoi KOL 8t' CpytoV aiToXv(r6aL TOV 

v tfiovXero o-vyKivbvvv<ra$ rots TroAiVat?, ot 6e (/uAoi TOV 

fa-Ta^Te? a^j]Xa(rav ambv a>j </>i;ya5a. 6t6 Kat 
IleptKA?}? 6/)pa)joiei'e(rTaTa TTJZ; ^d^rjv Kivr]v dycovia'aa'Oai Kat 
Tra^Twi' eTTKjWe'oTaTO? a0et8?](ra? TOU (rw/xaTos. e7T(rov 8e Kat TOV 
Kt/xcoz/os ot <^)tAot Tra^Te? o/xaAw?, ov? rTeptKA?js o-wein/TiaTO TO{) 

;' Kat {JLerdvoia Setz/r) TOI/S 'A.6r)vaiovs Kat TTO'^O? eor)(e TOV 

TT]nvOVS }JLV 67U TtOZ^ O/)60Z^ T% 'ATTIK^S; TTpO(T?)OKG)VTaS 

8e fiapvv ets eVow? <o/)ai> Tro'Aejuoz;. Al<T6ofj.vos ovv 6 ITeptKAr/s OVK 
&Kvr](r yjapia-aa-Qai Tots TtoXXols, dXXa TO ^(^to-jua ypdtyas CIVTOS 
e/caAet Tor avbpa. 

104. Corn. Nep. Oim. iii. 2 : Cuius facti celerius Atlien- 
ienses quam ipsum paenituit. nam cum ille animo forti 
invidiae ingratorum civium cessisset bellumque Lacedaemonii 
Atheniensibus indixissenfc, confestim notae eius virtutis desi- 
derium consecutum est. (3) itaque post annum quintum, 
quam expulsus erat, in patriam i-evocatus est. 

105. Schol. in Aristid. vir. r. T. 158 J. (Bind. iii. p. 528): 

(Fr. 92 jP. -T. G. i. p, 293) e^ TW 8eKaTw TCOZ; 4>tAtTT7rtK&)z/ 
Ktjucoiw" OvSeTro) 8e iTevTe eT&v TrapeA^Au^oVoor, TToAe/xou 
crv[Ji(3dvTos Trpos AaKeSat^oz/toi;? 6 S^juto? /jteTeTre^tx/^aTo Tor Kt/xcoya, 
voplfav 8ta T?V irpoj-eviav ra^Ctmiv &v ambv 
o 6e Trapaye^o/xez^o? TI; TroAet TOV i^oX^o 
Of. Bind. ii. p. 284. 

Oinophyta. 

106. Thuc. i. 1 08. 2, 3. 

107. Diod. xi. Hi : Tou 8' tviavviov \povov 



103-107.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 107 



. . em 8e 

8td r^ Trpos Ee'p?]z> avrols 

8t' ov rpoirov bvvawr* dz> avaXaf3iv rrjz> Ttdrpiov icryvv re 
Kat 8o'faz>. (2) bid KOL T&V Bota)ra>z> aTrd^rcoz; KarafypovovvTuv Kat 
ju?7Ke'rt TTpo(re)(6vT(Dv rots 077/3atots, TI^LOVV TOVS AaKeSatjuoz/tot;? rr/ 
TroAet crvjUTreptTTOt^crai TT)^ oAr/y fjyejJLOviav rfjs Botcorta?' 
Aoi/ro 5 s avrols avrl ravrrj^ rrjs \dpLTOs t'8ta TroAe/x?io-eti; roty ' 

wore fjLrjbefJLiav avdyKrjv elvai rots ^Traprtarat? eKros 1 r^s 
efayayetz> -Tre^z/. (3) ot 8e Aa/ce8atju.o'znot 
Kpivavres orvfjiffrepavTa Aeyeti^ atro^?_, Kat z/o/xtfo^re? ray 0rj/3a?, eaz; 
, ecrea^at r^? rcSz; *A6r]vatu>v &<ntp avriTraXov TWO.' dtoTrep 
rore Trept Tavaypav eVotjuoj/ Kat jue'ya a-rparo'TreSo^, T^J /xez^ 
T]/3atW -TToAea)? jjLei&va TGV iTpi(3o\ov Kareo-Kevao-az^ ras 8' ez/ 
Botwrta Tro'Aeis rjvdyKao-av t'TTorarreo-^at rots @77/3atots. (4) ot 8e 

eTTt/SoAr/z; rcSz; AaKe8at/xoz^tcoy StaKo'x/^at 
a^ioKoyov orvvevTYicravTo, Kat crrparryyoy etAoz^ro 
KaAAtov. o^ros 8e KaraAefas rwz^ TroAircoz^ rovs t/carovs Ttaprjy- 
avTols, K0fjiVos fjfjitpav kv r\ TJ]V K r?js Tro'Aecos ava&v^iv 
Troteta-^at. (5) eiret 8' 6 o-vz^rerayjixeVos Katpos ^Ke, Kat raiz/ 

TIV$ OV K.O.T "(\VTT\GaV TTpOS r^Z> 0)pL(TfJLVr]V 

rows Trpoo-eA^Av^oras Trporjyej; ets rrjz; Boicortav. 
f)yfji6i><i)v rives Kat r<Sz^ (friXwv efyavav belv avapevtiv TOVS 
povvras, o 5e Mvpcoz^tSrys, o-weros a>^ ajua Kat SpacrrtKos aTparrjyo's, 
OVK (f)r](Tv avafjievelv' aTre^atz^ero yap roi/s ju.ez^ eKovdtcos Ka6v- 
o-repowras r^s e^o'Sou Kat Kara rr/z; \J-CL\T)V dyevz^ws Kat SetAws e'etz>, 
Kat 8ta roi;ro o^8e roi/s ^Trep r^s 7rarpt8os Kt^Bi/vov 
rovs 8' erotjuovs Kara rrjz; av^rerayjueVryz' rj^pav 
<j>avpovs tlvai, OLOTL Kat rr)z^ ei' r<S TroAe'/otco TOL^LV ov 
oTrep Kat avvtfir] yevtcrOai. (6) oAtyovs yap Trpoayco^ (rrpartwras^ Kat 
roirrovs dptarov? rats d^8paya0tats, Traperafaro Kara rr)z> 
Trpos TroAAaTrAacrtovs, Kat Kara Kparos TrepteyeVero 

(82) AoKet 8* ?/ Traparafts avrr/ fxr;8eju,tas aTroActTreo-^at rwz; ez> 
rots ^TTpoa-0v xpovois yyvr]jjLV(v Traparafewz; rots f A^j;a^ots' ^' 
re yap ez> Mapa^w^t y^vo^vj] VLKY] Kat ro Trept IlAaratds Kara 
-Trpore'p^jua Kat rdAAa rd -rrepi/So'rjra rwz^ 'AOqvaLtov epya 
fJLr)$v Trpoexeti/ rrys M^X 7 ? 5 ^ 9 &>wfl)(r Mupcoi' 18179 rovs Botajrovs. 
(2) eKetVcoz/ yap at /xez/ eyeroz^ro Trpos jSapySdpovs, at 8e 
6ri<rav juer* dAAcoz^ crv/x^dxa)^, ravrrjv 8e r^v Trapdraftz/ 

8iaKti>8wevo-ai>res Ivi^a-av Kat -Trpos ^AA/jrcoj; rou* dptVrovs 



io8 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Oh. III. 



bir]ya>vL(ravTO. (3) boKOVcri yap ot Botcorot Kara ra? T&V 
VTTOfjiOvds Kal TOVS TToAejutKouj ay&vds (JLr]$vds AetTrecrflat r&v 
v(TTpov yovv avTol &rj(3aloi Trept Aeikrpa Kal MavrivzLav fxoVot irpos 
airavras Kal TOVS tru/xjuaxou? Traparafajue^ot 
eV avbptCq KareKr?jo-arro, r?/9 
areAma-rco? tyvr\6j}crav. (4) rwz; 8e 
079 /^^X^ 9 T-avrr^y eKicfravovs ytytv^iv^, ovbtis OVTC TOV rpoirov 
avrrjs ovrt rr]v 8iarafty a^^ypax/^e. MvpcortS?]? /^te^ ovz; eiTKfravei 
TOI;S Botcorovs ez/a/xtAAos tyevrjOr] rots Trpo atroi; 
Tri^a^fo-raroty, 0ejuuoTO/<Aet ^cat MtArtag?] Kat 
(5) 6 8e Mvpcoz/tSTjs ftera rrji> ycvo^lvrjv VLKTJV Tdvaypav 
AtopK^(ras, TizpieiKtv avrfjs ra Tti\r], rj]V 5e Botcortai' 
airao-av eiriav erejuye Kat Karecp^eipe Kat TOIJ o-rpariwrais 
ra Xdcfrvpa TTavras oxpeAetau a5pats 
(83) Ot 8e Botcorot TTapo^vvOtvT 
crvv(TTpd(f)r](Tav Tra^S^/xet, Kat (TTpartvcravTes rjOpoicrav 

i'. ytvofjitvris be juax^?? V OIVOCJIVTOLS rfjs Botcorta?^ Kat ro 
a}j,(f)OTp(tiv rats -v^uxats eppcojuei^coy v-no^vovri^v, bir)iJi<!pV(rav 
ev rfj fJ-d^r]' jutoyts 8e rwi; "AOrjvaiodv rpe\^a//eVa)^ rovj Botcoro?;?, 6 Mv- 
Trav&v ratv Kara ryu BotcortW 7roAeo)i; yKparr)s eyeVero TrArjr 
(2) //era 8e raSra eK r?]j Botama? a^afevfas eo-rparevo-ez; 
eTrt AoKpoi;? rov? ovo^a^o^vovs 'QirovvTiovs. TOVTOVS 8e e (j)6bov 
X^tpcofra/otero?, Kat Xafi&v dfjirfpovs, 6z^e/3aAez; et? rr)v Ylapvacriav. 

108. Aristeides, Panath. 157 J. (Dind. i. p. 256) : 'Atfr^atot 6e 
77po7J\9ov Kara irobas rfjs M^X^ 9 ? Botcorot 8e O{K avTlar^ov, aAA' 
TjTTrjOevTts v Qlvo<pvTois vTTtKV\l/av ', Kat /a.r' avr&v ^COKCIJ Kat 
AoKpot yur/ /mta. 

Plato, Menex. 242 B. See above 96. 

Revolution in Boiotia. 

109. Thuc. i. in. i ; 113; iii. 62. 5. 

110. Ar. PoZ. viii. (v.) ii. (3.) 6. 1302 b 25 : Ata Kara<j)p6vr](ru> be 
Kat o-ratrtafoixri Kat 7Ttrt^ei;rat, otor ei; re rats oAtyapxtat?, orar 
TrAetou? ajo-ti/ ot ju^ {JLtT^ovres TTJS TroAtreta? (Kpetrrov? yap olovrai 
etrat), Kat e^ rat? 8r^/oioKpartat9 ot e^Tropot KaratypovrjcravTes TTJS 
draftas Kat drapxtas, otoi; Kat ez; 0?j/3ats /^era rrji; ^ Oivotyvrois 



[Xen.] ^esp. ^4^. iii. n. See I. 145. 



108-115.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 109 

Troizen. 

111. Thuc. i. 115. i. 

112. Andoc. 3 de Pac. 3 : "Hm/ca roivvv fa pcv 6 TTO\^OS ij 
tv Ev/3ota, Meyapa Se tiyjoptv Kal ITr/ya? Kal Tpoiffva, 

', Kal MiXridbrjv TOV Kt/xcoro? uxTTpaKia^vov Kal oWa 
Kare5ea/,ie0a 8t' a^ro roro, npogevov ovra AaxeSat- 
, OTTO)? WjUt/rat/iei' es AaKbai[JLOva TrpoKrjpVKtvcroiJitvov T7pl 
(4) See below 148. 



Battle between Argives and Korinthians. 

113. /. G 1 . jl. 32 : Tapy[et]oi ai/e^cv rot Atfl r r L 6]i; 

Letters ADH 

Expedition of Tolmides. 

114. Thuc. i. 1 08. 30-32. 

115. Diod. xi. 84 : 'ETT' ap^ovros 6' 'A6i]vr](ri Ka\\iov Trapa jotez/ 
'HAetots dAujUTTta? 7/^^17 /ixta TT/OOJ rat? dy8o?iKOz;ra, /ca0' 77 z; ert/ca 
crra5toi; lloA^/x^aa-roj Kvprivalos. . . (2) evrt Se TOVT&V To\fjL$r)S 6 
rerayjueros e77t riy? ravrtK?)s 5?;ya/xea)9, ajUtAAco/xe^o? 77/369 rr)^ Mupa>- 
i/idov aperrjy re /cat 6oav, tfnrevbev a^to'AoyoV rt Karepyao-ao-^at. 
(3) 816 Kat Kar' ZKCLVOVS TOVS Kaipovs ^rfbfvbs irporcpov TTtiropOr] KOTOS 

^, TrapeKaAeo-e ro^ brjuov brj&crai rj]v T&V STraprtarcSz; 
o 8e ^tAtovs OTrAtras 7rapa\a{3b)v et? ras rpt?]pets 
/otera rovrco^ Trop^ijo-ety p,ez; r^y Aa.KomKTJi', raTretrcoo-eti; 8e r^i; rwr 
27raprtara)z/ boav. (4) (Tvy^pr]ardvT(^v 8e r<3z; 'AOyvafav, (3ov\6- 
fjivo$ Aa^patcos TrAetWas oTrAtraj ifayayetv, rex^aC erat/ Tt rotoirrw. 
ot /xez' TroAtrat bi\djji}3avov avrbv KaraAe^etz^ ets TT)V (TTpariav T&V 
vttov TOVS aKfjidfrvTas rat? ^At/aats Kat rots (ico/iacrtr cvpcocrroTarovs* 
6 6e ToA/jtt'8rys or^-e^So)^ /ixr) JJLJVOV TOVS reray/oteVoi;? \L\LOVS efayayeti? 
t j rr)z^ (TTpaTiaVj TTpoo~i<i)v cKatrra) r<3v i^eco^ Kat rry pw/xr/ 
f\cyP wj jueAAet KaraAeyeti' OVTOV' KpeiTTOV ovv 
o-TpaTViv jJ-aXXov r) bia T&V KaraAo'ycoz; avayKao-Orjvai 
(5) eTret 6e TrXctovs rcoi; rptcr^tAtcoi' rovrw rw .Aoyw 
e^Ao^rr/y aTroypa^efr^at^ rovs 6e AotTrov? OVKZTL (TTrzvbovTas Icopa, 
rore roi)s WjuoAoyry/xeVoi;? )(tAtous Kare'Ae^ey K raiz^ aAAwr. ^6j a>s 
6 s avrw Kat raAAa ra Trpos rr)i^ crTpaTtiav ^rot/^ao-ro, irVT^KovTa pen 
TpLr)p<nv avr)x&r) Kal rerpaKta-^tAtot? oTrAtrat?, KaraTrAeva-as 6e r^j 

etj Me^co^ryr, rouro juf ro ^.copto^ etAe, rw^ 6e 
($or\Qr}(TavTu>v to4&vf t Kal TrapaTrAewas et? ro 






no EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. III. 



iriviov T&V AaKe8at/xoytW, xetpaxra/xez'os' be Kat ravTrjv ri)v 

Kat ra vetopia r&v AaKeSatjuozucov e/xirpTyfras, rr)z> ^apav eb^axrev. 

(7) eKeWev 6e wa^ets eirXevo-e r^s Ke(J)aXXrjvias els 

vrrjv be \eip<tivapevos Kat Trao-ay ras ez> r// Ke^aAArjzn'a Tro 

, els TO irtpav 8te / 7rAei'(re Kat KCLTr/ptv et? NavT 
Kat ravrr\v 
TOVS 

^eVras' (8) Kara yap TOZJ avroz/ xpovov oi AaKeSaijuioViot Trpos roi;? 
EtAcora? Kat Meo"cr?7i;tou9 TreTroAeju^Kores 7rt irAeopj rore 

apL(j)OTep(tiV TOVS 

rat, rwi' 5' EtAa>ra)ZJ TOI/S atrtovs r^s aTrocrracrea)? KoAa<raz>res roi/s 
aXXovs KaTebovXuxravTO. 

Plut. Per. 1 8. See below 196. 

116. Aesch. 2 cZe /a^s. Ze</. 75 : 'Eycb 8e airavTav pev TOVTMV 



os \iXiovs zTtiXeKTovs \(v 'AOrjvaiwv bia [j.ea"r]s TleXoTrovvTJcrov 



117. Schol. in Aesch. 2 de fals. leg. 78, Dind. p. 55 : 
OI!TOS TreptTrAewas ITeAoTroV^do^ /^e 

Kat Bota? Kat Ku^pa etAez; apxovros 'A0rji>r]<TL KaXXiov. 
6e d ToXfjiibrjs Kat ra i/ecopta AaKeSat/xoz^tcoi'. 

118. Paus. i. 27. 5: 'ETT! 6e roi; fidOpov KOL avopLavres do-iv, 
tvros os fjiavTVTo ToXfjiibrj, Kat awos ToA/xt8r]s, os * AOrjvatwv 
vav&lv riyov^evos dXXovs re eKaKcoo-e Kat rTeAoTrorrr/o-tcoz; r^ \(dpav, 
ocrot rejutoz^rat r?jy irapaXiav, Kat AaKe8at/xorto)^ eTTt ru^tw ra ved>pia 

, Kat r<Si/ TreptotKooi; Botas tAe Kat r?)^ KvOypitoV vrjaov, s 

s oi brjovvri TT\V yr\v es 



119. Aristod. xv. (.F. IT. 6r. v. p. 17): Kat /otera raura 

TtepiirXeva'avTes TJ\V YleXonovvrjcrov TvOeiov elXov' Kat 
'AOqvatovs einXeKTOvs bifjXOe rr]v 



Later Expeditions with which that of Tolmides ^vas 
confused. 

120. Thuc. iv. 53, 54- Expedition of Nikias in 424 B.C. 
Id. v. 52. 2. Expedition of Alkibiades in 419 B.C. 
Xen. Hellen. vi. 2. 33. Expedition of Iphikrates. 
Diod. xv. 36. 5. Expedition of Timotheos. 



iie-126.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. in 



Thessalian Affairs. 
121. Thuc. i. in. 



122. Diod. xi. 83. 3 : (*Apxon-o? Mvr}<n6etiov)' HapairXrjvLMS 8e 
rot? AoKpot? Kal rovs 4>a)Ket9 KaraTroXe/xrja-a? (6 Mvpaovibrjs), KOL 
\afitov 6ju?jpou?, av^V^V et? rj]v erraXtaz^ e'y*aX<Sz> yv Trept rrj? 
yez/o/xeV?]? TTpobocriaSy Trpoo-rarrcoz/ e Kara8e'xe0"0at TOVS 

ov TTpoa-be^o^v^v, 
OVK JI^VVCLTO (3iq 

\povov vni^vov ol 3>ap(rdkioi, TO TiqviKavTa airoyvovs ra Kara 
T-TJV TTa\iav Travij\0v tls ras 'A^z^aj. Mvpavibrjs jj.lv ovv v 
oXtya) xpovu /atyaAas Trpa^et? eTTtreXea-ajuero? Trepiporjrov eo^e r?;z; 
5o|ai; Trapa rot? TroXirat?. ravra fj.lv ovv eirpa^dij Kara TOVTOV rbv 

fVLCLVTOV. 

The Thessalian cities under the new arrangement. 

123. Thuc. ii. 22. 2; iv. 78. 2, 3. 

Alliance with the Phokians. 

124. C. I. A. iv. 22 b : Vs. 1-6 [e6ox<rei; ret /3o]A[e]i Kal ro[t 

, At [. . . I . . . . eypa/x/xarjeue, Mc- 

\<r[w6\i(T6ai {J.6V TV 

[7rp6|? <&OKas, res 5e] TruAataj aTra - -. Vs. 7. rot? ' 

Vs. 9. oJjuoVazrras ey [. .[- - r]o^ 'ATro'AXo [xa|t rey Aero 
Kat rev] "Apr^iv e[/x/ot ei^ez; rot? opKOt?] rot? eu' 'A/)[to-|roro? 
ap^ovTos 1 yeJrojaeVot?. Vs. 15. [r]e? wvA[aias]. 
Letters N and AI, $ 

Expedition of Per ikies to the Korinthian Gulf. 

125. Thuc. i. in. 2, 3. 

126. Diod. xi. 85 : '77' apxovros 6' 'Mr\vr](n Scoo-to-rparou . . . 
ToAjuuS?]? ftez^ Trept rr)y Botcortav 8teVpi/3ey_, 'A^r^ratot 8e ITeptKX/a 
roy Haz>0t7T7rot>, rooz; ayaO&v avbp&v, arrpaTriyov KareVr^a'az^ Kat 
6oWe? ai/rw rptrjpet? r nvrr\K.ovTa. Kat xtAtov? OTrAtra? ^7T{ji\l/av eTTt 
rr)i; ITeAoTroW^o-o^. (2) o^ro? 6e r^? rTeA.07ro^rr/o-ov TroXX^ eTro'p- 
6r](TVj et? 6e r^y 'AKapvaviav 6"ia/3a? TrX^z; Ot^taSwz^ a7rao-a? ra? 
TroXet? TTpoo-r^yayero. ot /xei^ oSz; 'AOrjvaloi Kara rovroz^ ror Iviavrov 

1 OL 81. 3. 



ii2 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



Tro'Aeooz; rjpav, CTT' dt>8peta 8e Kat o-rparrjyta 



127. Diod. xi. 88 : 'Eir' apyjovros 8' 'A0?ji/r]o-t AwtKpdrous . . . 
IleptKArjs 6 ra>i> 'AOijvak&V errparrjyos a7ro/3a? ets 

e8rjco(re rr)i> r<2z> StKUcoznW yj&pav. (2) e 
ra>*J 2iiKV(i)vitov Trai'S^juet /cat fjid^rjs yero/ieVr^?, 6 
Kat TToXAou? Kara TTJI; fyvy^v aveXuv KaTtK-Xtiatv avrovs et? 
Ktaz^. 7rpoo-/3oAa? 6e iroiovfjitvos rot? ret^eo-t^ Kat f/r) ^vva^vos eAetz; 
r^y TTO\LV, ert 8e Kat roof AaKeSat/xoi'iwz; aTroo-reiAdz^rcoz; (3oi]0iav 
rots iro\iopKovfjivois } av4vev K TTJS SIKV&VOS' t? 8e rr/i' 'AKap- 
vaviav TrXevcras Kat rr)z; raiz; OtVtaSwz; \u>pav Karabpa^v KOL 
\a<f)vp(*)V TT\rj9os aOpoio'as, aTTt7T\V(TV 6K rrys 'AKapvavCas. (3) 
rara \0a)v et? Xpp6vr]o-ov \L\IOIS T&V TroAtrai^ Kare/cAr;- 
rrjv yj&pav. a^a 8e rovrotj TrparrojuteVots ToA/uSrjs 6 erepo? 
etj r^ E{;/3oiai^ TrapeA^a)^ aAAots >(iAtots TroAtrat? * * ^ 
v rwz; Naftcor yrji; 8teVet/xe. 

128. Plut. Per. 19: 'Edav^da-Or] be Kat 5ie/3o?j0r7 Trpo? rovs 
av6p(i)TTOvs TrepfTrAevo-a? rieAoTroV^^o'Oi' 6K rir]ya)^ rr/j Meyapt- 

K?/? dya^^ets knarbv rpir\p(Tir. ov yap fj.6vov tiropOrjcre rrjs TrapaAta? 
ITO\\^V, 0)5 ToAjutt'5?]? 7rpoTpov, aAAa Kat TTo'ppco da\aTTr)$ 7rpoeA0a>j; 
rots* diro rcoy /^ewr OTrAtrats roi/s p,e^ aAAofj et? ra reiyji ory^eo'reiAe 
6tVai/ras airoi) rrjy (po$ov, tv 5e Ne/xta StKVcoznovs vnoo-Tavras Kat 
(Tvud\l/avras fj.d)(j]v Kara /cparos rpev^d/otero? errrr](re rpoTrator. eK 8' 
*A)(tttas (^tArj? ovo-rjs o-rpartwra? draXafiuv ets rd? rptrjpeu eTrt r?)z; 

?/7retpOi' eKOjutcr^r/ rw crroAw, Kat TTapairXevcras TOV * 
z^ 'AKCipvaviav Kare5pajue Kat KaTK\i(Tv OtVtdSas etj ro 
Kat rejucoby rrji* y^ Kat KaKcocra? a7ri}pv CTT otKou, <jbo^8epo5 /xe^ 
rots TioAe/ottots, do-^aA?)? 8e Kat 8pao-r?jpt09 rots iroAtrats. 
yap o{5' duo r^x.r]s TrpocrKpovcr/aa awtfir] Trept rovs a~TpaTVO{Jievovs. 

129. Justin, iii. 6: (12) Igitur Athenienses adversus tantam 
tempestatem belli duos duces deligunt, Periclen, spectatae 
virtutis virum, et Sophoclen, scriptorem tragoediarum ; (13) 
qui diviso exercitu et Spartanorum agros vastaverunt et 
multas Asiae civitates Atheniens'ium imperio adiecerunt. 

Akarnanian Affairs. 



130. Paus. iv. 25 : 'ETret 6e tvyov rr]v NavvaKTov OVK 

re avrots Kai y&pav tlX^fyivai Trap' 'AOrjvaiav, aAAa o-</>a? 



127-130.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 113 



lo-\vpbs x P a ^ Ta ^ O-VT&V (fravrjvai Ao'you rt 
CLLOV, Kat, ^Tricrra^ro yap OtrtdSas ' A.K.apvavu>v yrjv re fyovras ayaOrjv 
KOL 'AdrjvctLois bta<f)6povs rbv itavra OVTCLS \povov, oTparcvavo-w CTT* 
avrovs. ovTfs 8e dptfyito jutez; oi TrAetous, dperr) 8e Kat 7roAi> djueiz>oi>es 
OVTS rrj ox^ere'pa VIK.GKTI, Kat 7ro\i6pKovv KaraKeKXeto-joteVous es rd 
Tetxoy. (2) ro 6e tvrevdev, ov yap TL r&v rots avQp&irois ev 
9 TToXiopKLav oi Me(ra-ri^tot Tiaptecrai', aA\a Kat KXtjuaKa? 

0VTS 1TLp(*>VTO VTTppaiVLV S TT]V TToXlV KOL VTItopV(T(TOV 

TO ret^os, fjL^avrjfjiaTd re,.07rota ei>7/z> 6t' dAtyou irapao-KevdaracrOai, 
TTpon-ayayovres det rt qpeiirov. SetVa^re^ 8e ot ez;8o^ /u^ aAovo-^s 
r?yj TioAecoy avroi re aTroAoorrat Kat at yvi^atKes (T^LCTL Kat ot 7rat8e? 
f^avbpaTrobiorO&aiv, etAoi;ro aTreA^etz; V7r^o-7roi;8ot. (3) Kat tviavrbv 
fjitv fj.d\L(TTa ot Meo-o-rji'tot KareV^oz^ rr)z; voXiv Kat 
X<*>pav- rw 6"e eret rw va^repa) bvva.fj,tv ot ' 
(TV\\ai>T$ r&v TroAecoi/ pov\voi>To iri 
Kat roi;ro juer a7re / 5ofez> avrots, r?ji; re Tropetaz; opwcrtr, ort 
8t' AtrcoAaii' e/xeAAe TroAejutcov det Trore ovruv, Kat afta rot;? Nau:raK- 
rtouy KCKTrjo-dai rt VO.VTIKOV irntoTTrevov, uxnrep ye Kat etxoi> e?rtKpa- 
rowrcoz; 6e eKetvcoi' rrys ^aAaa-o-?]? OVK eVetz>at Karepyao-ao-^at /xeya 
oi'Sez; orparw Trefto. (4) jnere^Se^ovAeuro' re 6?j O-^LO-LV CLVTLKO. Kat 
eTit Meao-T]^tovy rpeVofrat rov? ei^ Oti/tci8ats. Kat ot /ute^ ws -TroAtop- 
KTJa-o^re? irapeorKtva&vTO' ov yap -irore vTreAa/x^Saz^oi; avopas 
dAtyovs es roo-ouroz/ airovoias rj^LV w? jua)(eo-ao-^at Trpos rr)z; ' 
I'circov airdvTMv a-Tpandv. ot 8e Meffo-?]i;tot Trpor/rotjuao-joteVot fxe^ Kat 
0-trou Kat ra aAAa r}o-az> OTroVa etKO? ^r, TroAiopKias 7reipao-eo-0at 
/xaKpore'pas eATrtfo^res* (5) -TraptVraro 8e' a-(f)L(n irpo rfjs /oteAAovo-r^j 
iroAtopKtas dywra eK rou (frai'tpov TToirjcrao'OaL, jut^Se ovras Meo'O'Tj- 
, ot /xry8e AaKe8atjutoz;ta)i/ d^Spta, rv^r/ Se ^Aarrco^r^crar, Kara- 
roz; rJKOvra ox\ov e 'AKapyartas. ro' re ' 
Hpyov dyeju.tjui^o'KOz/ro, a>? ^,vp 

VTTO avbp&v ovbe es pvpLovs api0fj.6v. (6) KaOLa-ravro re 
5r) rots 'AKapvaviv es ay&va, Kat 6 rpoTros Ae'yerat rrjs 
yevecr^at rotocrSe. ot /xeV, are TrA^et irpo)(ovTS iroXv, ov 
7repte'/3aAAoi/ rovs Meo-crTjrtoL'S, 7rAr)z> oo-oj; at TrvAat re aTretpyoy Kara 
rcorov rots Meo-o-r/z^tots yiz>o'/xe*/at Kat ot aTro ret\ovs rots o-^ere'pots 
Trpo^v/xtos d/xv^o^res' ravr?/ fx> Sr) /x^ Trepto-xe^^at o-^)as eKwAve* 
ra 6e TrAeupa d/x^)oVepa eKUKAcoo'ai'ro avrcav ot *AKapraves Kat 
for iravTa\60V. (7) ot 8e Meo-o-7/rtot o-wecrrpajujutez/ot jtxer' 
, oTro're dflpo'ot rots 'AKapi-aa-LV ejaireVoter, erdpao-o-ov /*ei/ 






H4 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Oh. III. 

TOVS Kara ramb eorrjKo'ras KCU I<f>6vv6v T avr&v Kal ertrpooo-Koy 
7TOAAOV9, reAeW be OVK ZbvvavTO epydo-a<r0at (pvyrfV ovov yap rr?9 
rde&)9 ala-Qoivro TL ol 'AKapvaves rrjs avr&v virb r&v Meo-o-rji^coi; 
, Kara TOVTO ajjivvovTes rot? /3tab/m^ot9 avT&v avetpyov 
e7TtKparowre9 TW 7rA?]0ei. (8) ot 8e OTrore dj'a- 
te^, Kar' aAXo av^t? Treipw/ute^ot StaKOx/^at rr)r 'AKapvci^a)^ 
(fxiXayya TO avro ay titaa-yjov' orw /Aer TtpocrpaXXoiev, SteVaoV re 
Kal TpoTTTjv tirl [Bpaxv *KOLOVV, linpptovTwv 6e av^t? Kara rovro 
(7770^817 ra>y 'AKapvdi'toV aTrerpeTiwro aKoz^re?. yfvo^vov 8e Icroppoirov 
TOV dyw^o? axpt to-irtpas, Kal 'AKapvacriv VTTO rrjv tTTiovaav vvKra 
TT\6ov(Tr]s bvva{Ji<i)s CLTTO rS>v TToAecoz^, ovrco rot? Meo-a-r^^totj Trepteto-- 
rr]Ket TtoXiopKia. (9) Kat dAwrat juei' Kara Kparos TO ret)(09 17 
T&V ' AKapvdvw rj Kat aTroAtTretz; (3iaa-0l(riv avroT? rr)y 
vbev' rd 8e eTTtrrjSeid (r^tm Trdz^ra 6/otota)j oy8oa> 
es jot^ rov? *AKapz;ayas \p&vTo diro roi; 
JUT) cr^)dj rd (rtrta TrpodoCi'a^ Trore ay fir]8e es eros Sc 

Trpwroy eeA0oyres 6K 

OiVia8a>y, Kat yeyo/oteV^s rou 8pacr/xo9 o-^aiy rot? 'AKapyao-ii> 
? paxriv avayKacr0evTS d^tKeV^at, -Trept rptaKOcrtoDj jU^ 
a7Toj3d\\ov(n Kal -TrAetoyas ert avrol raiy tvavrltov Karfpyd^oyrat, ro 
8e iroAi; avru>v 8teK7rt7rroua-t 6td rwr 'AKaprdycoy, Kat e7rtAa/x/3aydju,eyoi 

? ry Nav;raKroy dya- 



Importance and Position of Oiniadai. 

131. Thuc. ii. 1 02. 2. 

The Egyptian Expedition. 

132. Ctes. Pers. 2,9 Ed. 32 : 'A^tVrarat Atyu7rro9, '] 
Aifivov avbpbs Kal erepov AtyvTrrtou TT\V a' 

Kat Lrp7rt^rat rd irpbs TroAejuor' 7re/x7roi;(Jt Kat ' AQj]va'ioi ) atrr^cra- 
H-ivov avTov, retrcrapaKoyra y?7a9. Kat /xeAera aird9 '^ 
eK(rrpare(rat, Kat rwy c^tAcoi; ov (rufjipovXevovTCDv, 
br]V TOV abeX^ov, reo-o-apaKorra /xey fjivpidbas 
TreftKoV, y?/a9 6e w'. (rv^/3dAAet TroAe/xoz; "Iz;apo9 Trpds '^ 
6771^, Kat VIK.&<TIV AlyvTTTLOL, Kal ^SdAAerat *A)(at|oieyt8r]9 VTT^ 'Irdpou, 
Kat OvrfCTKCi.' Kal aTTOTre/xTrerat 6 i/eKpo9 avroi; ets 'Aprof^pfrji;. 
V lrapo9 Kat Kara ^aAao-a-ay, Xapiri/^u8ov ev< 



131-134.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 115 



ef 'AOqv&v Tto-o-apaKOvra vrj&v expTjjucirtfe vavap^os' KOI v 
IIep(r<3z> z^TJe?, at juev etKOcn./; avrols avbpdo-iv eAr^^o-ay, at 5e A' 
bi(f>0dpr]a-av. (33) etra Tre'juTrerat Kara 'lya'pov Meya/3t;b?, eTrayo'- 
ju,ez>o? aAAo orpartu/xa Trpoy r<3 V7roAet$0eVrt, juvpiaSaj etKoa-t, Kal 
z;r}as r', /cat eTrtoranjzj avrots 'OptaKov, a>9 etuat x 60 /'^ 9 r ^ z; 
aXAo TtXfjOos v' [JLvpidbas' 'Axaijue^tSryj yap ore eireo-e, 8eKa 
aiira), 6^ wz; ?Jy /u', (rvvbi<l>0dpri(rav. ytVerat ow fxctx^? Kpartpd, KOL 
TTLTTTOVO-LV ajJL^oTeptoOtv TroAAot, TrAe^ous 5e AtyvTrrtot. Kat /3aAAet 
MeyajSv^bj ets ror wpov "Ivapov, Kal rpeVerat* Kat z^tKaiort Hepo-at 
Kara Kparoj. fytvyti be Trpo? rrjz; RvfiXov "Ivapos (770X15 l<r\vpa h 
AtyvTrrw avr^), Kat ot f/ E\A?7i;es 8e /ier' airoi5, oaot /^T) ez; ri/ 
Kat jmera Xapirt/xt8ot; aireOavav. (34) irpoa-^capel 6e AtyvTrroj 

TTpo? Mey^/3v^o^. eiret 8e eKetVr/ araAcoro? eSoKe 
oj "Ivapov KCLL TOVS ''EAA^a?, laKt(rxtAtoi;s oi^raj Kat ert Trpoj, 6 
' w jj.rjbv K.CLK.OV irapa ^SatrtAecos Aa/3ti/, Kal roi/s 
, ore f3ov\OLVTo, irpos ra otKeta tirav\6eiv. (35) Kaflt'a-rrycri 
AtyvTrroi; aaTpd^v 2ap(rajuazr Kat Xafi&v "Ivapov Kat rovs 

Trapaytrerat Trpos a^pfyv (iwimo 'Apro^ep^i'), Kat 
Atar Kara 'luapou re^Ujuco/xe'ror, ort roz; a8eA</>oz; 'Axat/xe^tSrji' 
Kroi>a)S etr^. Stryyetrat ra yeyoi'oVa Mey^D^o?, ^at a>s TTtcrrets 
'Irapw Kal rots "EAArjo-t, Bv/SAov etAr^c^e' Kat efatretrat AtTrapais 
/3ao-tAe r a Trept r^? avr&v o-corrypta?, Kat Aa/x^3az^et, Kat eayerat reAos 
r^ arparta a>s "J^apos Kat ot "EAAryre? ovSez; KCIKOV TretVoi'rat. 
(36) y Ajotvrt? 6e vTrep rou TratSos 'Axaijutevt8ov Seti'a eTrotetro, et fxr) 
rt/xa)p?]o-atro "Ivapov Kat rovs "EAAr^z/ay* Kat atretrat raOra /3ao-tAet* 
6 8e OUK ez;6"t6"axrizr etra Meya^vfa)* 6 8e aTTOTre'jUTrerat. eTra eTret 
rov vtoV, Karetpyacraro, Kat TreVre 7rape\66vTO)v erwi; Aajut- 
i/ "Ivapov -rrapa /Sao-tAe'aj? Kat row? "EAA?]z;as. Kat di/eorav- 
pcoo-e /xez; eTTt rptcrt o-raupot?" 7re^r?JKOz/ra 8e *EAA?jra)^, oVouy XafleTv 
TOVTWV ere/xe ra? Ke^aAa?. (37) Kat ^Xvi 
Meya^Sufo?, Kal irev0r)(r, Kat r/r?](raro eTTi Svptav 
aTTteVaf evraC^a \ddpa Kat roi/s aAAovs TWV ' 
Kat aTrrfet, Kat aTre'a-rT] /3ao-tAeW K.r.A. 

133. Thuc. i. 104; 109; no. 



134. Diod. xi. 71 : 'ETT' &PXOVTOS 5' 'Afloat TAr^TroAe^ot; . . . 
6 fiao-iXtvs r&v nepcrwy aprt rr)y /3aa-tAetaz; avaK.ru]- 
, ro /xez^ Trpairo^ KoAacraj rouj juere(rxi7Koras r^? roO Trarpds 
8te'rafe ra Kara r^y /3ao-tAetaz; o-Ujui^epoVrcos avrw. (2) 
I 2 



n6 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. III. 

T&V fJitv yap virap)(6vT(x)v a-aTpair&v TOVS dAAoTptcos tyovras irpbs 
avTbv direcTTrjcre, T&V be CLVTOV (f)i\u)v eTrtAe^as TOVS evOtTovs 7rape6'a>K 
ras araTpairtias. eTre/xeArj^T] 6e Kat TO>I> irpocrobtov Kal TTJS 
Kat Kaflo'Aov TTJV (BaffiXeiav o\rjv eTTietKai 
cnrobo^ijs cTvy\av Trapd rots flepa-at?. (3) ol 6e rrjv 
KaroiKOvvTts irv66}JiVOL rr\v H 
KOL Tapa^rjv V rj /3ao-tAeta 

vOvs ovv 

i;, xat rovs (fropoXoyovvras rrjv AtyvirTov T&V Ylepv&v 
KaT(rTr)(rav ^Saa-tAea rov ovo^afo^vov 'li/apw. (4) ovros 8e 
TO /mez/ irp&Tov < T&V y^ci)pL(jdv KareAeye orpartwra?, jutera 6e rai;ra 
KCU ni<r6o<f)6povs K T&V a 
dfio'xpecor. eTreja^e 8 /cat Trpo? 'A^r/^atovs 7rpeV/3ts 

VTTIO")(VOVIJLVOS a^TOtJ, tty \Vdpto(T<i)(n TOVS AtyVTTTtOVS, KOll'rjV 

avTols Trapefea-^at r^i; fiacriXtiav Kal TroAAaTrAao-tou? T?;S eve/oyetrtas 
d7ro8wa-et^ }^4/9ira$. (5) ot 6e 'A^ratot KpivavTS trvjut^epetr avrots 
rovj /xer Ilepa-as et? TO bvvaTov Taircivovv, TOVS be AiyviTTiovs ibiovs 
tavTols TTapaorKevdaai irpos TO. TrapdAoya 
TpiaKO<rtuts TptT^pecrt ftorjdelv Tols AtyuirTtois. (6) ot 
J A0?]j;atot /xeTa TroAA^j Trpo^v/uttas -Trept T?)I/ TOU o-To'Aof 
fyivovTO. 'ApTa^epfrys 6e wOofJievos T^V aitoa-Tao-iv T&V 
Kal TCLS ets TOV iro'Ae/utoy TrapavKevds, fKpivt btlv T& /uteye^et 
bvvdjjL(i)v vTTfpapat TOI>J AiyvTmous. v^vs o5v ef aiiaa&v T&V 
(raTpaTTi&v KaTeAeye crTpaTtcoTas Kat vaus KaTe(rKva^, Kat T^? aAA?;? 
a7rdo-/;s TrapacrKevfjs (TrtjueAetai; ?rotetTO. /cat Ta /xei^ Kara T^I; 
'Aviav Kal Ti]v AlywnTov V TOVTOLS yv. 

136. Diod. xi. 74 : 'ETT' apxovTos 6 J 'A^TJ^a-t Kovavos . . . 'ApTa- 
^e'pfrjs /uez; 6 (3aan\vs T&V Ylepcr&v KaTeo-TT/o-e orTpaTrjybv enl TOV 
Trpos AlyvTTTLOVs TTo\fjiov ' A^aLfjLVT]V TOV Aapetov /xfi; vtoV, 
6e ^etoi;' TOVTW 6e 7rapa8oi/j aTpaTLWT&v LTTTT^V TC Kat Trefco 
Tas TpiaKovTa jjivpidbas Trpoa-era^e /cara'TroAe/uiTJo-at TOI/S 

(2) OVTOS fJiV OVV TTlbr) K 

nXrja'LOv TOV NetAou, Kat Trjv bvvafjav K TTJS obonropias 
7rapeo-Kvd^To Ta -rrpos l*>ayj]V ot 6' AtyvTiTtot avvrjOpOL- 
KoVes K Trjs At/3wr/s Kat Trjs AlyvnTov T^V bvvafj.iv, avtfJLCvov TT)V 
Trapa T&V 'AOrjvaitov crv^a^Jiav. (3) KaTa7rAev(rdz;Ta)^ 8e T&V 
'AOrjvaCcuv els Trjv AlyvnTov )UTa 8taKOo-tcor vc&v, Kal /UCTO T&V 
AlyvTTTitov TrapaTa^ajuteVa)^ Trpos TOVS TIepcras, cyeVeTO fJ-d\r) KapTepd. 
Kat j^t'xpt /xeV Tt^os ot Oepa-at Tots 7rArj0eo-t 



135,136.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 117 



fjiTa be Tavra T&V 'A0T]yatW /Stao-a/ueW^ KOL TOVS Ka0' eavTovs 
TeTayijevovs Tpe\l/a{j,eV(DV KO.I TToAAovs dvaipovvTtov, TO XOLTTOV irXfjOos 
Ttitv fiapfidpwv Kpbs (frvyjjv a>/3/XTj(re. (4) iroAAov be Kara rrjv <t>vyi)v 

yeVOfJLZVOV (froVOV, TO TXVTaiOV Ot fJieV YltpVai TO TlXeOV fJ.epOS TTJS 

bwdpetos a7ro/3aAoVres Kartyvyov eiri TO KaXovpevov AevKov 
ol 6' 'AQrjvaloi rats ibiais avbpayaOiaLs znKrj/xa - 
(TVvtbLw^av TOVS (3ap(3dpovs eis TO TrpoKei}JLvov \<apiov^ Kai OVK. 
a<f)L(TTavTO TTJS TroAtopKias. (5) y ApTatpi]$ be TrvOojJLevos Tr\v T&V 
rJTTav, Td pev TTp&Tov cwre'f/TetAe T;as T&V <j>i\a)v /aeTa 

els TrjV AaKebaifJiova, KOL TOVS AaKebaifjioviovs 
TroAe/xoz; e^eveyKelv Tots ' AOrjvaiois, voyitfav OVTCD TOVS cy 
viK&vras 'A6rjvaiovs aTtoitXevcreiv els TCLS *AQr\vas (3or)Ori<rovTas rfj 
iraTpibC T&V be AaKebaifJiovitoV ovTe \pi]fj,aTa beaiJiev<t)v oijTe aAAcos 

TTpO(TXOVT(t)V Tols VTT& TlepV&V O.lOV[JiVOlS CLTTOyVOVS T7)V OTTO T&V 

AaKebaifMOvio)V fiorjOeiav 6 'ApTaepr)s aAAas bwd^eis Trapea-Kevd- 
(eTO' 7rio-Trj(ras 5e avTot? fiyepovas 'ApTafiafov KOL Meyd(3vov, 
avbpas dpeTr/ biatyepovTas, efeTre/xx^e TroAejurjo-o^Tas Tots AlyviiTiois. 
(75) 'ETT* ap\ovTos 5' y AOr\vr](Tiv EvOiinrov . . . xaTa TTJV 'Aa-iav 
'A/)Ta/3afo? KCU, Meyd(3vos eKTrefJitfrOevTes em TOV irpbs AlyvnTiovs 
-TToAe/xoz/ dveevav K TTJS IIe/xri8os, e^ovTes (TTpaTid>Tas iTnrels /cat 
7ieovs irXeiovs T&V TpidnovTa. (j,vpidba)v. (2) &>s 5' TjA^oi^ els KiAtKtaz/ 
Kal QoiviKrjV, Tas fJ.ev nereis bwdpeis aveKd^avov K TTJS obonropias, 
vavs be npoo-tTaav KaTavnevd^eiv TOIS TC Kvirpiois KOI <boivif;i /cat 
Tots TJ]V KL\IKLO.V otKoOdt. KOLTapTidOeKJ^v be Tpirjpcav TpiaKOcritov, 
TCLVTCLS eKoa-prjo-av 7rt/3aTats TC TOIS KPCLTLVTOLS Kat o-TrAots Kat fie\ecri. 
Kal Tots aAAots TOIS Trpos vavpa^lav xprjai^OLS. (3) ourot /otev oiw 
7Tpt Tas irapaa-Kevds eyivovTO Kat yvjuj/aa-tas TWI' a-TpaTtcoTwi; 7rot- 
OWTO Kat avvttQifoif airavTas Tats TroAejutKats enTreiptais, Kat 
Ta^Ta bieTpi^jrav a^ebov TL TQV viroKeifJievov eviavTov' (4) ot ^ 
TTJZ^ AtyvTrToz; 'A^?]^atot TOVS Tre/at Tr)y McuQiv KaTatyvyovTas els TO 
Aevitov Tet^os eiroXiopKOVv' apwo^eva^v be T&V Tlepcruv evpcoo-Tcos 
ov 5v^a/xerot TO yapiov eXelv, epeivav e-ni TTJS 7roAto/>Ktas TOJ; 



136. J6c?. 77 : 'ETT' apyovTOS 6' 'A.tfTJi'Tio-i Qpao-iKXetbov oAv/LtTrtas 
/xez; T/X0TJ 6y6oT]Koo-TTJj Ka^' 771^ ez^tKa ordSioi; TopvAAas eTTaAos. . . 
em be TOVTMV KaTa [jiev TYJV 'Ao-tW ot T&V Hep<ra)v o-TpaTrjyol 8ta- 
e-rrt T^ KtAtK^az; i^avs pev KaTea-Kevavav rptaKorrtas KeKOo-jUTT.- 
KaAais irpos T^y TroAejuKTji; \peiav, TO be Trebv (TTpaTOTtebov 
irpofjyov ireQ bia Svptas Kat <l>oirtKT7s' 



n8 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 

be Kat TOV oroAov rf t TreCj) orparta KaTrjvTrjcrav ets Me'ju</Hz> rr/s 

AlyVTTTOV. (2) KOt TO jUtei/ TTp&TOV TT]V TtoXlOpKLaV TOV AtVKOV 

renews eXvcrav, KaraTrArjfa/uiewH rois AtyuTmous Kat rovs 'A0r}i;atous' 
/xera de rara efzc^poVcos fiovXevcrdfJifvoi Kara aro/ua jotez; -Traparar- 
K\ivov, 0Tpan7y77jua(7t 5e (^L\OTI\JLOVVTO KaToXvcrai TOV 
bio-jrep Kat rcoz; 'ArriKa>z> ^eaii; 6pfjLova-&v 
AeyojueVr; ^o-w, TOZ; ircpippeovTa iroTafJibv 
ir]<rav TJ\V vr\crov. (3) raii' 6e rewz; 

TTJV yfjv, ol juez/ AtyuTjriot KaraTrXaye^res eyKareAt-Trof roi>? 
'AOrjvaiovs KOL irpbs TOVS Tlepvas bi,\v(ravTO' ol 6e 'AOrjvaloi 
fjLa%(*>v OVTS pr]fjiOL Kat ras vavs opwyre? a 

raura? juez; V7rprj(rav, OTTCO? /u^ rots -TroXe/itots vnoytipioi yevrjO&cnv, 
ov KaraTrAayeWes rr)z/ 6eti;orr]ra r^j Trepto-raoreo)? irapfKcikovv 

ribtv avdiov irpa^ai T&V 'zr/ooKareipyao'/jtez/coy a 
(4) StoTre/o rat? dperat? vTTp^ak\6fJLVOL rov? ey epjuoTrvAai? 
r^y 'EAAaSos ttTro^aro^ras, erotjucos etx oz; biaya>vito~0at 77/309 

ot 8e o-rpar^yot TWZ; Hepo-oii; 'Apra^afoj Kat MeyajSvfoy, 
L7repj3oAr]y r^s eiiToA//,tas r&>i/ TroAe/xuoz; Kat Aoyttra/xe^ot, 
8toVt rovroDj ou 8u^arov aveXeiv avV TOV TroAAas {JLVpidbas aTro/SaAetz; 
TTOi'Saj HdzvTo Trpo? rovs * AQrivaiovs, Ka0' aj e8et )(a)ptj 
a7reA0etz/ avrouj eK rfls Aty^Trrov. (5) ot /ixei^ ow *A0rjvaloi 
o"ta r^y tStai; apTr)v TV\OVTS rr)s o^corr/ptas cnrfjXOov K Trjs AlyvirTov, 
Kat 8ta T^J At/3^7]? etj KvivTjv aTreA^oWes (ru>0r(Tav Ttaab6<DS et? 



137. Aristid. Panath. 152 J. (Bind. i. p. 247): ETpos roo-ovroi; 
d(f)LKOVTo ol \j,\v et? ro ITepcriKoy reAowres rou KaTa^povrjOijvat, f] 
Tro'Ats 8e TOU Tra^ras avr^ Oappelv, COOT' Kivi]6rjcrav ptv ot TT/OOJ 
4>apa> At/3fe9, (rvvairta-Trjcrav be AtyvTrrtot, /3aa-tAi/j 8"e Katrot raAAa 
Kara roi)i; Trept avrovs irpa^ai, boK&v cnr6\Xv(nv AlyvirTov [jLolpav OVK 
d\iyT]v TO e'Aos. 

Justin, iii. 6. (6). See above 77. 

138. Isocr. 8 <ie Pac. 86 : Et? AtyvTrroz; /xei^ ye 8taKoVtat 
a-ao-at rptr}pets avrot? roty TrAr/pcojuao-t bitffrOdpria-av, Trept 

Kat 



139. Aristod. xi. 3 (jP. IT. G. v. p. 14): v E7rAevo-az; 8e Kat Kara 
KvTTpoz; Kat CTT' AtyvTrroz/. ejSao-tAeuo-e 8e r^s Atyv^rou 'Iz/apa>s 
vtos ^a/x/x^nxov, 6s aTroo-ras 'Apraftpfou (BorjOovs e^yayero avrw 
rows 'Aflqrai'ovs, o^rtves exoi'res cr' ravs eTroAe'/xTjaaz; 7rt err; If rots 



137-148.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 119 



. (4) //era 8e rama Meya/3i>bs 6 ZcoTrvpov Kara7reju$0ets 
T/TTO 'Aprafepfou, wpjurjjueWi' rwr 'AOrjvaiuv eV rrj K.a\ov^vr\ YIpo- 
r/trw eTTt ri^os Tiora^oVj eKrpeVet ro ptWpov TOV irorafjiov 
re ras pas eTrt r?js yr/s airoXtHpOrivai. KTpaTri(rQv 8e v 7 
rrtKaii' I jrpoa"n\ova'(^v rfj AtyvTrrw, ot ^rept roz^ Meya/3u^bz; 
Kat TCLVTCLS KapeXdfiov, Kal as }J*v 8te<0eipai>, as 8e KareV^oz/. 
6e avbp&v ol ptv TrXetous bi<j>6dpr](rav, oAtyot 8e 
ets rri' otKiav. 



Achaimenes in command of the Persians. 

140. Hdt. iii. 12 ; vii. 7. 

Megabyzos son of Zopyros in command of the Persians. 

141. Hdt. iii. 160. 

Subsequent History of the Revolt under Amyrtaios. 

142. Hdt. iii. 15. 

Philoch. fr. 90. See below V. 123. 
Thuc. i. 112. 3. 

The Five Years Peace. 

143. Thuc. i. u 2. i. 

144. Diod. xi. 86 : 'ETT' apyjwros 8' ^ P^Qr\vr]criv 'A/>urra)i>oj . . . 
'AOrivaiois Kal YlcXoirovwio-iois Treuraereis eyeWyro (rirovbai, 

TOV 'AOrjvaLov (rvvOe^vov TCLVTCLS. 

145. Plut. dm. 1 8 : E>vOvs y&v ovv 6 KIJUUOV Kar\0a)v 
roi/ TTO\^OV KOL 8i?}A.Xa^e ras 7roA.ets. 

146. JcL Per. 10: KaKet^os KareX^cbj; clpi'ivrjv e7rot?;o-e rats 

otxetcos yap eTxoJ> ot AaKeSatjuoVtot Trpos CIVTOV &<ntp 
rw IleptKAet Kat rots aAAots 87]jaaya)yots. 

147. Corn. Nep. (7^m. iii. 3 : Ille, quod hospitio lacedae- 
moniorum utebatur, satius existimans Graeciae civitates de 
controversiis suis inter se iure disceptare quam armis conten- 
dere, Lacedaemonem sua sponte est profectus pacemque inter 
duas potentissimas civitates conciliavit. 

148. Andoc. 3 de Pac. 3 (see above 112) : (4) Kal rore 
eyeVero Trpos AaKeSatjUto^tous errj TTtvrriKovTa, KOL tvcfJ- 

i> afj,(f)6TpoL ravrats rats <r7ro^8ats err] 
Cf. Aeschin. 2 defals. leg. 172. 



120 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Oh. ill. 

Peace of Lakedaimonians with Argos. 

149. Thuc. v. 14. 4; 28. 2. 

The Kyprian Expedition and death of Kimon. 

150. Thuc. i. 112. 2-4. 

151. Diod. xii. 3 : 'ETT' ap^ovros yap ' \Qrivr}(Tiv Ei0v5?i/xov . . . 
'A0Tji;atoi StaTreTToAefATjKo'res VTrep AtyvTmW Trpo? Cepo-as, Kat ras 
i^aus a^Tcio-as aTroAcoAcKo'res v rfj Aeyo/aeyTj rfpoora>7rt'rt5i Z/TJO-O), 
fipayyv \povov o'taAtTToVres eyraxray Trd'Atr 7roAejueu> rots Ilepo-ats 

rwz; Kara TTJZJ 'Ao-iav *EAA?i^a)i;. KaraprtVarres 8e 



Trpo(TTaav TrAetr evrl KVTT/)O^ Kat 6ia7roAejueu> rois ITepo-aty. (2) 6 
6e Ktjuco^ araXa/3a)v rov CTTO\OV KKO(rfj,TjjjLVov avbputv re a/jerals Kat 
XoprjyLdis 8ax//tAeVty eTrAeuo-ev ets r^y KVTT/>OZ>. Kar' KetVovs 6e 
rovs Kaipovs T&V HepaiK&v Sv^ajuecoz; ea-Tpanj-yovv 'Aprd/3afos (KOI 
o?. 'AprdySafos) /xei; rr/y T]y^ovLav tyjuv tv rr/ KVTT/OOJ 
, \<DV rptripets rptaKoa-tas, Meya/3ufos Trept rr)i; KtAtKtW 
Trefa? excor 8vra/xets ; <5z^ 6 dptfytos ^v rptaKorra 
fj.vpid$<t)v. (3) 6 5e K^a>v KaraTrAevo-as ety r^v Kfapov Kat OaXar- 
&v Kinov juez/ Kat Mapto^ efcTroAio'pKTjo-e, Kat rot? 

6e rai5ra K KtAtKta? Kat 



Kat 

TroAAay /mei; rwr ^<3^ Kardv(rcv, knarov 8e (ri;^ avroty 
rot? &vbpd<rw tAe, ras 6e AotTraj /^e'xpt r^s 4>ot^tKTjs Karedt'cofei;. 
(4) ot juer ow ITe'pcrai rats ^TroAei^^etVatj ravo-t Kart^vyov t? r^z; 
y^r, Ka^' 6z/ TOTTOJ; iji; Mey<{/3i;J)s o-rparo7re8evK&)? /xera r?}? Treff? 
8ura/xcoj* ot 8e 'AOrjvaiOi Trpoo-TrAewa^rcy Kat rovy o-rpartcora? eK- 
/3t/3ao-a^rej (rvvrj^av pdxriv, KaO' $v 'Az^a^tKparrys jutev 6 erepo? ra>p 
(TTpaTT]yG>v Aa/xTrpoSj aycoz/to-a/xei'o? ^pcotKai? Kare'orpex/fe roy /3t x oz;, ot 
8e aAAot Kparrjo-az/res rfj fiax?? Ka ^ vo^Xovs a^cAoWey tiravijX0ov ets 
ras yafo. jaera 8e raura 'A^vaioi TraAtv airtTrXtva-av ets rr)z^ 
KvTrpoz;. ravra /xev ovz; irpd^drj Kara TO Trp&rov Iros roi; TroAe/xov. 
(4) '77' &PXOVTOS 8' 'A^i^o-i IlcduW. . . Kijbuoi; 6 rwi/ 'A0r]vaiu>v 
o-rparr^yos OaXaTTOKparuv exeipovro ras Kara r?)^ Kvirpov Tro'Acts. 
eV 8e rrj 2aAa/xti/t riepo-iK^s (f>povpas ovai^ atoXoyov, Kat ^cAaiz/ Kat 
7raz;ro8a7r5r, ert 8e crtrou Kat r^? aAAr;? TrapatTKev^s ye/uowrr/s 
Tro'Aecoy, iKptz^e (rv/ut^epetz/ ravrrjz; K7roAtopK^o-at. (2) ovrco yap 



149-152.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 121 



r?j? r Kvirpov Trcio-r;? pa8to>? KVpitvo-eiv Kat 
rov? Ilepa-a? KaraTT\^(rdai, ftorjdelv pev rot? SaAa/ztinot? JUT) 8wa- 
/xeVou? 8td TO 0aAarroKpaTiz> rov? 'AOrivatovs, eyKaraAiTroVra? 8e 
rov? avfjLfj.d)(ov$ Kara<7Jpoi'7707J<re(r#at, Ka0o'Aou 8e rev oAou Tro'Aejuoi; 
Kpt0TJo-eo-0at TT;? Kv-irpov Trda-rr? /3ta \ip(a0L(rri$' oVep KO! (nW/fy 
yV(rdai. (3) ot /xcr yap J A^r^z;atot (TV(TTr)crafJivoi TroAiop/aW Trpo? 
T^ SaAajutz/t Ka0' f)}j.pav Trpocrfio\as tiroLovvro, ot 5' ey r// Tro'Aet 
o-rpariairat, fyovres /3eAr/ Kal 7rapao-Kev?}r, /5a8ta)9 OTTO rwv ret)((Si; 
r)[jLvvovTo rovs TToXiopKOvvras. . . . (6) (Tvvtfir} 8e Kat TOZ; Ktjutoaz/a 
t rr)z; KvTrpoz/ biarpifiovra j/oVw TeAeurrjcrat. 

152. Plut. (7^7>l. 18 : TvofJLvrj^ 6* dprivris op&v rov? 'A^r/ratov? 
ayeiv /^tr) cwa/xeVou?, ^AAa KivticrQai Kal av^ave<rQai rat? 
ty ^SouAo/xeVoi;?, tra JUT) rot? "EAA?]o-t 8to)(A&>o-t /xr^Se 
ra? z;?{crov? ^ neAoTroWrjo-o^ di;ao-rp^)Ojuez;ot i>awt TroAAat? 
atrta? e^vXi^v TroAe/ucoy xat crvfjLfJLa^LKwv eyKAry/xarcoi; dp)(a? ^irt- 
Kara r?j? Tro'Aeco?, 7rArjpou 6taKO<na? rptrjpet? w? 77* 
Kat K^Trpoz; av^t? eK(rrparV(70juero?, ajma jutev ejUjmeAerai' 
rot? -Trpo? rov? (3ap{3dpov$ aywo-t /3ovAo'/ue^o? roi/? 'A^ryratov?, a/xa 6' 
&(f)\l(r0ai StKatco? ra? OTTO rwz; (^va-et TroAcjutcor evTropias et? rr^y 
'EAAaSa KOjuiforra?. 7/877 6e Trapea-Kevao-jute^coy aTra^rcoj; Kat rou 
orparou Trapa rat? ravo-ti' orro? oyap t8er 6 Kt/xcoy. c8o'Kt 
6vjj,ov[jivriv vXaKrdv -Trpo? avroV, K 8e r^? vAaK? 
avOpunrov <f)06yyov etTret^. 

2ret)(6' </uAo? yap ea-ry Kat e/xot Kat /xot? o*KvAaKeo-o*tr. 
oi/ra) 5e bvo-Kpfcov r^? ox^eco? owj]? 'Ao-ru^tAo? 6 

dz;r)p Kat ^v^Orjs rw Kt/xcort, (ppd&L Odvarov avrw trpocrr]- 
-T}V o\l/w, OVTO> biaip&v' KVCDV d^^pci)7r&), Trpo? o^ vAaKret, 
' TToAe/utw ' OVK av rt? juaAAoi; 97 reAcur?}a-a? ^>t'Ao? yivoiro' 
TO be [uyfj,a rrjs (frwvrjs Mijbov aTroSr/Aot roy kyj&pov' 6 yap M?j6a)z/ 
o-rparo? "EAAr^crip o/uou Kat ^3ap^3dpoi? /xe/xtKrat. juterd 8e Tavrrjv ryv 
6\lnv avrov rw Atoz/vo-w Ov&avTos 6 fjitv /xdrrt? aTrere/ue ro tepetoz>, 
roi) 6' at//aro? ro Tr^yvvpevov rjbrj /xvp/xr/KC? TroAAot Aa/UjSavoz^rc? Kara 
efapov 7rp6? rov Ki'/xcova Kat roO 77086? Trcpt roz> peyav 
TrepteTrAarroi/, l?rt TroAiw yjpovov \av0dvovTcs. a/oia 8e 
7ra)s o re Ktjua)^ ra) ytz/ojueVw Trpotrea'^e Kat Trapfjv 6 6vrr]$ 7rt8etK- 
airw rdz/ Ao/3oi> OVK c^ovTa Ke^aArjv. dAA' ov yap ^z; 
r? o-rparta? efeTrAeva-e, Kat rwz; z;e<3^ efr/Kozmi /utez; 
et? A^vTrrov rat? 8' aAAat? TrciAiz/ * * eTrAet. Kat 



Kat 



122 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



dvfKTCLTO T TCI? kv KV/<A<j) TToAet? KCU T019 TTpl AlyVTTTOV <rJ 

ovbtv jjiiKpoVy dAA' oAr?? tiuvo&v TTJS /Sao-iAe'co? T/ye/moina? Kara\V(nv, 
KOL paXicrTa OTI TOV e/utoTOKAeov? 7TVvddvTo boav elvai KCU 
bvvajjuv fv rot? fiapfldpois fJLeydXrjv, virobebfy^vov fiaa-iXei KLVOVVTL 

TOV 'EiXXriVLKOV 7f6\fJ.OV 0~TpaTrjyYI(TlV. 0jUtOTOKAr)9 fJLV OVV OV^ 

i]K.i<TTa Aeyerat ra? 'EAAijz^tKay Trpafei? airoyvovs, a>? oii/c &i; v 

\6jjLVO$ rrjv KijjLwvos evrvv/OJ' /cai dper^y, e/cwz; reAev 

be fjiyd\a>v eTratpo/ie^oy ap^as ayibv<*v KOI irepl Kvirpov <rvvtytov TO 

VO.VTLK.bv 7rfJL\lsV LS " AfJLfJLCWOS avbpCLS aiTOpp^TOV TIVCL fJLCLVTiaV 

Tiapa rw ^ew* yu'to(TKL yap ovSet? VTTC/) o5 
ai)Tols 6 Oebs i^veyice^ dAA' afia ra> 
rov? Oeoirpoirovs' avTov yap tfbr) TOV Kt/xcoi'a 
Tvy\dviv oi'Ta. ravra aKovvavTes ol OtoirpoTroi 
Tri OaXacro-av yevo^voi 5e ev rw a-r/oaroTre^a) rwr 'EAA^a)^, o rore 
Trept AtyuTrro^ ?)r, 7rv0ovTo TeOvdvai TOV Kijotcora* KCU ras fjfJLepas 
Ttpbs TO jjiavTelov dvdyovTfS yv<*>crav ^vLy^vrjv Tqv rcXcvr^z* rou 
dvbpos, a>9 7/5^ Ttapa Oeols OVTOS. 

(19) 'ATre^a^e 8e TtoXiopK&v Ktrtor, a>? ot TrAetorrot Xeyovcri, 
6e (j>a(nv e/c rpa^aroj, 6 Trpos roi>y fiapfidpovs aya>VL- 
e rovs Trepi a^roy eKe'Aevo-ey i>^i)j aTro- 
TOV OdvaTov avTov' KO! avv^T] fxrjre T&V 



(TTpaTT]yov^vovs virb KLJJ.&VOS, w? (770-1 QavobrjiJios, T0vr]- 

KOT09 ^)' fjlJ,paS TpldKOVTa* (JLTCi 8e T^ KtlVOV T\VT1)V TTpOS fJ.V 

TOVS (3ap(3dpov$ ovbtv ert Xay^Ttpov vii ovbtvbs irpd)^6ri (TTpaTrjyov 
T&V c EAA^a)i^, dAAa rpaTT^res VTTO Srjjutaycoywi; Kal ^oAejuoTrotcSz; ZTT 
d\\ri\ovs } ovbevbs ra? \elpas tv fteo-w 8tao-^oWo?, a-vvcppdyiiaav t? 

TOZ^ TTO\fJLOV } avaTTVOT) fJiV T019 ^SaCTtAeO)? TTpdy^aCTL yv6}JiVOL, <f)Q6pOV 

8' ajJivdrjTov Trjs 'EAAT/z/t/cTJs 8vr^ecos aTrepyao-ajaevot. 

153* Plut. Per. 10 : "Eznoi 8e (pavLv ov irpoTepov ypa^rjvai r<3 
KifAtoVL Tqv KaOobov VTTO TOV IleptKAeous 77 (TW0rj/cas avroT? d-TroppT]- 
rous yV<r6ai bC 'EATrt^iKTjs, rr^s KA/XW^OJ dfieA^j, wore Kt)ua)z/a 
\aj3ovTa vavs biaKocrias Kal T&V efco oTparTiyew/ 
fjv {3a<Ti\4(tiS \<&,pav, Hepi/cAec 8e TT)Z; ez^ aaret 
bvvafj.iv V7rdp^LV. . . . ereAeurTio-e 8e Ktjuta)^ ^r KvTrpa) orparTjycSy. 

154. Corn. Nep. (7^m. iii. 4: Post, neque ita multo, 
Cyprum cum ducentis navibus imperator missus, cum eius 
maiorem partem insulae devicisset, in morbum implicitus in 
oppugnando oppido Citio est mortuus. 



153-160.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 123 



155. Suidas : KI/XWZJ . . . eV Ktruo be TTJS Kvirpov 

156. Aristod. xiii. (F. H. G. v. p. 15): EvOvs *<TT partway eirt 
Kvirpov, oTparr/yowros CLVT&V Kt/xcoz/o? TOV MtAnaSov. evravOa 
(Tvve<r\t6r)(rav y KCU KL/JLOW i^oo-rjcras ez; Ktrtw Tro'Aet rr}? 
reAeura. ot 6e Ilepo-ai op&We? KeKaKcojueVous- roi? 'Aflr/iWov?, 

avr&v ZirrjXOov rat? vavaiv, KOL ayav ytrerat Kara 
a> VLK&CTLV 'AOqvaioL. (2) Kal (rrpaTrjyov alpovvron 
KaX\iav TOV TTLK\^V AaKKOirXovrov, 7ret Orj&avpov tvptov kv Mapa- 
s avrov tTrXovTrjcrtv. 

157. Isocr. 8 cfe Poo. 86: ITept 5e 
aroV (rpt?jpetj avrot? rot? TrA^pwjua 

158. Aelian. V. H. V. IO : N^iVrjy o-roAoi' ' 

eavroty det ^)tAo7roVa)?. Kara \povovs 8e rd /X6z; Karop^owre?, rd 
aTTU>\(Tav TpLrjpis fx,f 1^ Atyv7rrw 8taKO(Tta9 cri;^ rots 
' Trept KvTrpoz; 8e TrtVTrjKOVTa Kat 



Burial of Kimon. 

159. Plut. 0im. 19: "Ort /mez^ ow eis rr)r 'ArrtKr/z^ 

rd \fi\lsava O.VTOV, jutaprvpet r<3z^ fx^r//xdra)z^ rd p-txpi vvv Ktjutcoz/eta 
7rpo(rayopev6iJLva' rt/xa>(rt de Kat Ktrtet? rd(f)ov TLVCL Kt/uaji'o?, ws 
NavtriKpar?/? 6 pTjrcop (j)rj(riv, v Aot/xw Kat y^s d^>opta roi) 
7rpo<rraazm)s avrots JUT) djueAety Kt/xcoros, dAA' a>? Kpe/rrora 
Kat yepatpetr. rotoCros /xer 6 l EAAr;^tKos Tyye/utwr. 
Cf. Suidas, Ki/utwreta Aet\i/az^a. 

The ' Peace of Kallias.' 

Alleged Kimonian Peace after the Battle of the 
Eurymedon. 

160. Plut. (%m. 13 : ToOro ro epyoj; (ro CTT* Evpv 

ovrcoy era77iVa)fre r^z; yrwju?^ rou jSao-tAeou?, 
rr\v Trept/So^roz; lprjvr]v KLvrjv, ITTTTOV juez; bpopov det r^? 
d7re'xetz> ^aAdo-o-rj?, Iz^Soz; de Kvaz^^coy Kat XeAt8ozJi'a>z> 
Kat ^aAK6jutj8oA(j) ju^ TrAectr. Katrot KaAAto-^e^? ov 
raOra (ruv&((rdai TOV /3dp/3apoz>, epyw 8e Trotetz/ 8td (frofiov rrjs 
Ktz^r/y, Kat jjiaKpov oi/rcoj aTroo-rrjrat rr}? *EAAd5o?, wore 
vavorl HeptKA^a Kat rpiaKoz>ra ^ovais 'E^tdArr;^ TTKiva 
XeAi8ozH6oz> Kat /ir^dez; avrot? VCLVTLKOV anavTrjo-ai Trapd ra>v /3ap/3d- 
i> 8e rot? \/V^^)t(rjuia(7t^, a onw^yaye Kparepds, dvrtypa^a 



124 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



(rvvQr]K.G>v 0)9 yvo{j.V(t)v Karare'raKrat. </>a(rt 8e Kal (BctifAo 

6"ta ravra TOVS 'AOrjvaCovs ibpvaacrOat., Kal KaAAtW rov < 7T/oeo-/3evo-aj>ra 



[Altar of E Irene. 

181. Corn. Nep. Timoth. 2 : Idem c]assi praefectus circuin- 
vebens Peloponnesum, Laconicen populatus, classem eorum 
fugavit ... (2) quo facto Lacedaemonii . . . pacem . . . iis legi- 
bus constituerunt, ut Athenienses mari duces essent. quae 
victoria tantae fuit Atticis laetitiae ut turn primum arae Paci 
publice sint factae, eique deae pulvinar sit institutum. 

1Q2. Ar. Pax 1019: 

fjfo'erat b^irovdev Elprjvrj cr(/>ayais 



163. Plut. dm. 19: Tlepa-tov . . . $>v ov8e ypa/x/utaro^o/ao? 
flaivtv ovtf ITTTTO? TTpbs Oa.\da-(TY\ TTpa.KO(rC(av arrabltov (VTOS 

(TTpCLTriyOVVTOS KlfJiWVOS. 

164. Suidas : KaXAta?, 6 AaKK07rAouro9 e7TtKA?] 

TTpos 'ApTa4priv TOVS 7rl Ktjoicoyo? rwi; (nrovb&v /3e^3ata)o-^ opovs. 

165. J(i. : Kt/acai; . . . euro? Irafe Kat rov? opov? rot? /3ap/3d- 
* CKro'y re yap Kvaveav Kal Xe/XtSo^ecoz; Kal <l>ao-rjAi8os' TroAt? 8e 

?ys YlafjL(f)v\ias' vavv Mr^StKr)^ /ot^ TrAet^ v6fj.( 
bpofjiov fjfjLepas (VTOS irl OoXaTTav KaTafiaiveiv 
avrovofJiovs re trat rovs "EAArji/ay rouj e^ rrf 'Ao-ta. 

166. Lycurgus, m Leocr. 73 : Kat ro KefyaXaiov rfjs 
eTT* EiipujueSo^rt), ov ro v SaAa/^ttrt rponaiov ayairY)(ravTS 

aAA' opovj rots papfldpois TTTJfai/re? rov? 6t? rrji; eAeu^eptar rrjs 
'EAAaSo?, Kat rovrou? KcoAva-a^re? vTTtpjBaiveLv, crvvOrJKas eTroirjcravTo 
r TrAota) /u^ TrAetz^ ei^ro? KDa^ecov Kat 4>a0-7JAto"oj, rouj 5' 
avTovopovs etrat ; ja?) povov rov? rr/z> Ev/)o57T7]i; dAAa Kat 
roi/y rj)v 'Aviav KaroiKovvras. 

Embassy of Kallias. Supposed Terms. 

167. Hdt. vii. 151. 

[The three days limit. 

168. Hdt. T. 54. 

Xen. Hellen. iii. 2. n.] 

169. Diod. xii. 4. 4 : 'Apra^pfrj? 8c 6 jSao-tAeu? irvOofjifvos ra 



161-173.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 125 



i Trjv Kv-xpov eAarrco/xara, KCU povXiVJaptvos jxera T&V <f>t\(t>v 

1Tpl TOV TToAe/XOU, KplV (TVfJL(j)pLV dprfVrjV (TVvQlfrdcUl TTpOS TOVS 

"EAA^as. eypax^e roLvvv rots -Trept Kvirpov ^yep-oVt KOI <rarpa7rats, 
e$* ots av bvvtoVTai o-vAAwaa-0at irpos TOVS "EAArjras. (5) 8io7 
ot Trept TOJJ J Aprd/3abz> Kat Mcya/Svfoz; ln^^av ets ras 



KCL\ irc^dvTMV -TrpeV/Seu airo/cparopa?, <3^ 7/ 
KaAAta? 6 'ITTTTOZUKOV, lyivwro avvQriK.a.i Trcpl TTJS etp^r/y roi? 
'AOrjvaiois KOL roi? (rv^ayois Trpos rov? ITepo-as*, c5y cart ra xe^aAata 
raCra* avTovofAOvs eu>ai ras Kara r^y 'Ao'iar 'EAAr^tSa? TroAets 
, roi;? 8e TCOJJ ITepcrd)!' o-arpaTras /u?; KdTapaCvtiv 7rt 

wi; 7)fjipu>v obov, )ixr;8e 
At8os Kat Kvaveco^" rai)ra 8e roi; ^SacrtAecoy Kal 

wTcoz;, /ur) (TTpaTtveiv ^AOrjvaCovs els TIJV \u>pav, 17 

^t. (6) crwrcAecr^eto-oSi' 5e rwv <nrovb>v 'AOrjvcuoi 
TOLS bvvd^Ls aTtriyayov K TTJS 



170. Ibid. 26. 2 : TWrcoz/ 6e -TrpaTrojuteVa)^ ra -TrAetora raiz; /cara 
r^z; oiKov^vr]v f6v&v tv fi<rvyj.q v-nfjpxe, TTCLI'TM a^bov elprjvrjv 
ayovTuv. ol {j.v yap Hepo-at Strra? o-u^^Kas txor Trpoy roi>s 
"EAArj^as, ras jucz; Tipos 'A^r/^atouy Kat rovs o-v/iijixa^ovs CLVT&V, kv als 
rjaav at Kara r^y 'Avlav EAAr^rt5? Tro'Aet? avroVo/u,ot, Trpoy 6e rovs 
AaK6at/moz/tovs vo-repoz; eypdtyrja-av, ev als TovvavTLOV tfv yeypajot- 
jaeVoy ^TT^KO'OUS trat rots Ilepo-ais ras Kara r^z; 'Ao-taj; * 



171. Dem. 15 pro Rhod. lib. 29 : EtVt trvvOiJKai rot? "EAAr;o-t 
[Strrat] Trpos /3a(nAe'a, as eTiotrjo-a^' 17 WAts f] rj^T^pa, as airavTts 



172. Id. 19 defals. leg. 273: 'EKctrot rotVw . . . KaAAiW ror 



TttVTTjV TT)V V 



tra^ra, tirirov /xV bp6fj.ov f)fj.pas /u^ Kara/3at^tv e-Trt rr)r 0aAarraz> 
^Sao-iAea, ertd? 6e XeAtSo^tcoz; Kat KvayeW TrAotw /utaKpa) /i^ TrActv, 
ort 5a>pa \af3eus fboc Trptcrpevo-as, /utKpoS /xey d < 7rKre;ai', e^ 5e rats 
v^v^ats iifvTriKOVT 7rpaavTo rdAarra. 

173. Isocr. 4 Panegyr. 117 : Ovs (scil. rovs J3apj3dpovs) 
Sta^TJi/at roAfxTJo-ai'ras ts r^j; EvpwTrrjy Kat /uetfor 17 
avTo'is (frpovrjo-avTas ovrco bieOf^v, (n8) wore JUT) povov Ttavc 
(rrparetas e<p' ^jutas iroLovnevovs aAAa Kat njy am&v yvpav 



126 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. III. 

7rop0ovfj,vr]v, KOL Sia/coo-uus Kat xtXtats vavcrl 7rept7rXe'oz;ras > ets 
TO(ravTr)v ra7retz>or?]ra KareoT?7(7ajuez>5 wore /uaKpoz; TrXolov irl ra5e 
<J>acr7JAiSo? /XT) Ka0e\Kiv dXX' rja-v^iav &yiv, Kat TOVS KaLpovs Trept- 
jueVetz; dXXa JUT) rr/ irapovcrri 8wa/xet Trio-revets. 

174. Isocr. 4 Panegyr. 120 : MaXtora 5' aV ru o-wi'8ot ro peycOos 
r^? /otra/3o\^9, et Trapavayvoirj raj on^tfjcas 1 ra? r' e$' ^juwf yez^o- 
fxeW? Kat ras rvz^ a^ayeypa/xjut^a?. rore jtxez; yap T/juet 
TTJV ap^y TV/JJ /3a(TtXea)S opt^bi/rcs Kat rwr (fropw zviovs 

K.r.X. 



175. /c?. 7 Areopag. 80 : Ot 8e fidpfiapot TOVOVTOV aTrcl^ov TOV 
TToXvirpayiJiovtiv Ttpl T>V 'EXXrji'iKwz; Trpayfxdra)^ war* cure /xaKpot? 
TrXotots eTTt r<!i8e ^ao-TJXt^o? ir\ov OVT oTparoTT^Sots eyro? "AXuo? 
Trora/xoi) KaTtfSaLvov dXXa TroXXrjr fja-v^tav tfyov. 

176. Jc^. 12 Panath. 59: 'E-nrt /xez; yap TIJS ^/uterepa? 
oreta? OVK ef^ avroi? ovr' ez^ro? "AAvo? Trefw orparoTreSw 
retv o#r /xaKpoty TrXotot? eTTt ra8e TrXety ^aa-rjXtSoy. 

177. Aristod. xiii. 2 (#, jff. 6^. v. p. 16). (After death of 
Kimon, see above 156) : Ouro? 6 KaXXta? ea-Treto-aro Trpo? 'Apra- 

Kat rows Xot7roi)s Oepcra?. ZytvovTo be at a-7TOz/5at eTTt 
(e0' w) ez^ros Ki>az;e'a>y Kat NeVo-ov TrorajuoO Kat 4>ao-?JXi8os, 
eortz; -Tro'Xt? rTajut^uX^a?, Kat XeXtdoueW /utr) /uiaKpot? TrXotot? 
KaraTrXecoo-t Hepo-at, Kat erros rptcoi' ^jutepwz; 66oV } ^y az^ ITTTTOJ avvo-rj 
^tcoKOjute^os, f/rj KanGxriv. Kat <T7roi>8at oSz; eyeVo^ro Tota^rat. 

178. Plat. Menex. 241 E : Kat ovros /oter 5r) TrcJa-Ty rrj Tro'Xct 

6 TroXcjutoj ^Trep (242) lavraii; re Kal r<2z> aXXcoz^ 6/uo- 
Kpbs TOVS fiapfiapovs' elprjvrjs 8e yvofjivr)s Kat rr;? TroXeco? 

, fj\0ev eir' avr^v, o brj ^>tXet CK ra>y 
rot? eS 7rpdYrou(7t Trpoor-TTtTrretr, Trpwror /uez; f^Xos, OTTO 
<j)66vo$. o Kat r?]i;6 r^ noXiv CLKOVVCLV \v TroXe/ua) rot? 
KareWryo-e. /oiera 8e roOro yevoptvov TroXejuou, (rvvefiaXov jj&v t 
Tavdypa K.r.X. 

179. Strab. i. 3. I (47) : Kat rovrov (row Aa/za<rrov) 5' ez^a rcS 
airo9 Xeyet ('Eparoo-^eVr;?), roz^ /utei' s Apa/3toz/ 



v 8ta rou KuSrov az>a7rXei}(rai K r^? KtXtKtay 
7Tt roz> Xoao-Trrjr TrorajuioV, 6? Trapa ra 2oi5(ra pet, Kat d 
reo-a-apaKooratoz; ety ^ovcra' raura d' avrw 8t7]y?7o-a(7^at avroz; 



174-186.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 127 






etra Qav^a^iv et rov EvtypaTrjv /cat rov Tiypiv TIV 
bvvarov SiaKotyavTa rov Kvbvov et? rov XOCLO-TTYJV K.fia\iv. 

[For Diotimos cf. C. I. A. i. 179 vs. 7; Thuc. i. 45. 2; 
viii. 15. i.] 

Evidence of existence of an inscription -relating 
to the Peace. 

180. Theo, Frog. c. 2, p. 17 seq. : Uapa 6e &07to^irov (fr. 
167 F. H. G. i. p. 306) K rr?? Tr^uwrn/s /cai etKotfr^s rwz; 4>iAi7r7ri- 

[eort Aa^erz;] ort 'EAArjznKos O^KOJ Kara^evSerat, 61^ ' AOrjvaioi 

o/xoVat rov? "EAAr^i/as Trpo r^? j^ax^^ r ^ ? ^ ITAaratatj 
ftapfidpovs' KOL at Trpo? ^3ao-tAea Aapetov (^. Eepfrjz;) 'A^r/z 
xat Trpo? ''EAAryi/a? (. Kat rwi^ f EAA?i^a)z;) crvvOrJKai. 

181. Harpocr. : 'Am/cot? ypa^ao-iv . . . OTTOIJLTTOS (fr. 168 
.F. ^T. G^. i. p. 306) 6' ei> r?j Ke' r<3^ ^tAfTTTTtKG)^ <TKVMprjo-Oai Aeyct 
ra? Trpos roy (3ap(3apov o-vvOrjKas, a? pv rots 'ArriKoty ypa^a(nv 
(TTr)\iTvo'0aL aAAa rol? rwi' ^co^coy. 

[Instance of Ionic characters in an inscription relating to 
fifth century. C. I. A. ii. 92, p. 18.] 

Passages showing that there was TIO actual contract 
adhered to. 

182. Thuc. i. 116; iii. 31, 34; iv. 75. 
Justin, xvi. 3 (9-12). See below 307. 

The Actual Results. Close of the War, &c. 

183. Thuc. iii. 10. 4. 

The Greek Cities in Asia regarded as Persian. 

184. Hdt. vi. 42. 

Thuc. v. i. i; viii. 5. 5; 56. 4. 

Effects on Commerce. 

185. Thuc. ii. 69. i. 

186. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. ii. 7 : Et 8e Set Kat ffniKporcpw pvri- 
bia TTJV apyj\v rrjs flaAarrrj? irpwrov {Jitv rpo-novs tVG>\i&v 
Tnfj,La-y6fJiVOL dAArjAoi?, * o TI v StKfAta ^8v ^ ez/ 'IraAta ^ 

r/ ei; A^yu-Trrw 17 ez; Au5ta rj tv TW IloVra) 77 ei; 



ia8 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



/0-a> rj aAAo0t TTOU, ravTa iravTa ets ev ffOpolo-daL 8td Ti]v 



The Sacred War. 

187. Thuc. i. 112. 5. 

188. Aristod. xiv. (F. H. G. v. p. 16) : Mera 8e ravra ' 



Tro'Ae/xos eye'z/eTO e atTta? Totally. AaKe8at/jioVtot d(peAo'jutevot 
TO ez/ AeA^ots 1 tep6i> iraptboa-av AoKpotj, Kat [wrepoy 
] a(f)X6fjivoL avrovs aTTtboo-av TraAti; rots ^coKevo-tz;. 

189. Schol. in Ar. A .v. 556 : 'kpbv TTO'ACJUOI/ : 6 Eepos Tro'Ae- 
s eyeVero 'A^r^ratot? Trpos Botwrovs /3oi;AojiteVou? 

TO jJLCLVTttoV. VLKYj(TaVTS $ ^COKCU 

T?/ 8') Aeyet (J^7'. 88). 8vo 8e tepot 

Te Kat oTTOTe ^coKeufTi^ 7re'0ez>To AaKedatjotoi'tot. (ev e^tois TO> 
TCLVTCL AeyeTaf tepov TroAe/^o^ Ae'yet, 
8e TOU tepou TroAe/xov juz^juoreuet TOT; ye^o/xeVou ' 
VCLLOIS Ttpbs ^coKta? {/-Trep TOU ei; AeA^ot? tepoC. o-)(e8taa-Tat 8 
ov yap Trpoj 4>a>Keas virep Tourou eTroAt/u/o-az;, dAA 1 
8td TO Trpos AaKe8atjuoytoi? e^dos* yey6va.cn 
tepot. TrpoVepos juei; AaK8atfxovtots irpo? 4>coKts 
Kat KpaTTytrai/Te? Toi5 tepoC AaKeSatjuoftot TT)I; TtpQuavTzioLV Ttapa 
f\a{3ov. vcrrepov 8e TptVa) Tt TOU irputTov TroAe/xou 
t? "Trpo? AaKe8at/xortous VTrep ^coKecoy. Kat TO tepov aTreScoKaz; 
tj KaOdirep KOL 4>tAo')(opo? er T?} 8' Aeyet. KaAetTat 8e tepoj, 
Trept TOI) i^ AeA^)o?? tepou eye^CTo. laTopet Trept avToS Kat 
Kat 'EpaToo-^eVr/? er TO) ^' Kat 007ro/x7roy ez^ TW KC'.) 

190. Plut. Per. 21 : 'ETret yap ot AaKeSatjuoViot 
et? AtXtyovs 4>a)Ka)r exoWcoy TO tepoz; AeA(pot? aT 

eKetVcov aTraAAayei'Ta)^ 6 ITeptKAr/y e7rtoTpaTe^(ras iraAti' i<77]yaye 
TOI;? 4>a)Keaj. Kat Ta>z> AaK8atjutorta)r ^v l8a)Kav ai/TOts 
7ipOfjLavTLau ct? TO /utTa)7rov eyKoAax/raz/Tooi' TOT) )( a ^ K ^ AuKO 
Kat aiTos TTpo^avTeiav Tot? 'AOyvaioLS ctj TOZ; a^Tov \VK.OV Kara TT]V 



191. Suidas : 'lepo? Tro'Ae/xos. 8vo eyivovro tepot TroAe/xof ' 
ratot? Trpoy BotcoToi/? ;8ovAoju^ovs d^)eAeo-^at 4>a>KeW TO 
viKrj<ravT$ 8e 4>a>Keu<rt TraAtv dire'ScoKar' p 8e eYepoy ' 
Tipbs AaKe8atjuortous V77ep 3>a)KW, 8ta TO er AeA^ots tepoV. 



187-198.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 129 

192. Hdt. i. 51. 

C. I. A. iv. 22 b. See above 124. 



Revolt of Boiotia. Koroneia. 

193. Thuc. i. 113. 

194. Diod. xii. 6 : 'ETT' apxovros 8' 'A^ 



ju.ci> ets ri)v 'ArrtKr)!; e/x/3aAoVres firo 
Xwpaz;, Kat Twi; (frpovpiav riva TroAtopKryo-az/res tiravijXOov ets TTJZ/ 
ITeAo7JWi>T]ow, ToA/xt'STjs 6"e 6 r<Sr ' AOrjvaLGtv o-rparrj-yos etAe Xatpw- 
vtiav. (2) rwi^ 6e Bota)r<Sz; <rwrrpa</i/ra Kat rots Trept ror ToAfztSryz; 
, eyeVero /utcix^ Kaprepa irepl TTJV Kopu>viav, Ka9' fjv 
fjia^o^vos avypeO-r], T&V 8e aAAcoz; 'AOrjvaitov ol /xey 
ot 5e ^iSires tXrityQiqcrav. rryAtKavn]? 8e au/x^opaj 
rot? 'Afl^auH?, fivaynaa-Qiqvav d^et^at ray TroAet? 
raj Kara T^V Botcortaz; avTOvojjiovs, Iva TOVS at 



195. Lysias 3 ac?v. Simon. 45 : 'Ev KoptV^a) yap (6 2i)uia>*>), 
vvrtpov rj\0 TTJS Trpoj TOVS TroAejuttous M^X 7 ? 5 K0 ^ r ^ s e ^ ? 
tai' orparetas, e/uaxro TW ra^tapx<p Aax^Tt Kal IrvTrre^ 
avroi', Kal 'navcrrparia T&V iroKir&v z^eXOovT&v, 8o'^as aKo<r/xo- 
raros cTucu xal Tro^poVaros, juoVos 'Afojvai&V vrro rwz; o-rparr]ya)i; 



196. Plut. Per. 18: 'Ez/ 8e rats o-rparrjyi'ais ^8oKt/xet jLta 
8ia rr)y dcr^aAetai', oi/re juax 7 ?^ exovo~97s TroAArji; d8?]AoTi]ra Kat 

K Tov 



Kat av/jiao-eas a>$ //eyaous )ov Kat 
orparr^yovs, det re Aeycoy Trpos rovs TroAtras, a>s oo"oz^ CTT* 
w }j.vov(nv aOdvaTOi Travra TOV \povov. op&v be ToXfjLibrjV TOV 
ToXpaiov bia rds TrpoVepoz^ tmvyjias KOI 8ta TO TL^aaOai 8ta^)epoVTO)s 
K Taij/ 7roAe//tKO)i> o"w oum Katpw Tiapaa^va^o^vov ts BotcaTtaz; 
fj.(3a\elv Kat 7r7TtKOTa T<Sy cv ^AtKta TOUS dpto-Tovs Kat ^)tAoTtjao- 
TaYovs e^eAorTt dTpaTcvecr^at x i ^^ ous yevo^evovs arev T^S a 

eTretpaTo Kat TrapaKaAet^ ei/ TW STJ/UW TO 
tov, ws, et jut^ irtiOoiTo ITeptKAet, TOV ye 

tfjitivas \povov. ToVe fiev ov 
TOVT t7T<)V oAtyats 8' 



130 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Oh. III. 



be TroAAot KayaOol TU>V TtoXiT&v, ^ya\r]v TOVTO ro> ITeptKAet /xer' 
tvvoias boav 7jvyKv, a>? di>o"pt <poz>t/z(i) K.OA (/uAoTroAt'r??. 

197. Thuc. iii. 63. 5 ; iv. 92. 6. 

198. Plut. Agesil. 19: HA^o-toy yap 6 z>ecas e0Ttz> 6 rrjs 'Ircoznaj 
, Kat Trpo avrou rpoiraiov eVrTjKer, 6 TraAat Botwrot 27rapra>z;os 

cvravOa viKri(TavTs ' A07]vaiovs Kat ToAjutt5^z; 0,770- 

KTLVCLVTS (TTr](raV. 

199. Paus. i. ^7. 5 : "Tarepov 6e wj eiravTJ\0V es ' 

. ea-e'/3aAe 6e e? Boia>roi>s o-rpar 

KOL Trapao-rr/o-ajuez/o? TroAtopKta Xaipu>viav, a>5 
? T7/i^ 'AAiaprtaz; irpoij^OeV) airoy re /xa^djaei'os aTreOave Kat ro Trar 
^6/] (TTpdrevfjia TJTTOLTO. 

200. Jc?. ix. 34. I : ITpt^ 8e es Kopwvetav 6^ 'A\a\KOfjLvG>v 
cKpLKca'Oai, Tijs 'Irama? A^ryz-'as ecrrt ro tepoV. 

201. Plat. Alcib. i. 112: Otjuai 8e Kat ... rot? . . . eV Kopwz^eta 
(a7ro0aroi!o-ii>), li^ ol? Kat 6 o-os Trarrjp KAeti'tas ereAevrr;o-^ 
Trept ^69 aAAov ?; 8ta^>opa 77 Trept rou 8tKatou re K.r.A. 

202 Isocr. 16 de Bigis ^8 : A^ros 5e KareAet(/)^7/ /m 
6 yap 7rarr)p aiirou //axo'/xez/os ez; Kopw^eta rot? TroAe^tot? 
Plut. -4Zc. i. See below VI. 132. 



Results of the Uattle. 
Diod. xii. 7. See below 208. 

203. Xen. Mertior. iii. 5. 4 : 'AAA' opa? ort a(/) J ov r; re o- 
ToAjmt677 rcoz; )(tAtW ei; Ae/3a8e^a avfjupopa eyeVero Kat r; 
Kpdrovs irl ArjAta), eK ro^rcoz; reraTretVoorat juey ?/ raiz; ' 
6o x fa TTpoy roi;s Botcoro?;?, e7rr]prat 6e ro 
roi/j 'AOrjvaLovs' wo-re Botcorot jueV, ot TTpoo-Otv 0^8' ez; rrj eaw&>z> 
avev AaKeSat/xortcoz; re Kat rcoz; aAAcoz; ITeAo- 
i, vvv airi\ov(riv avrol Ka0' avrov? e/x^3aAetz' 
et? rr^r 'ArrtKrjz;, 'A^z;atot 8e, ot TrpoVepoz^ iropOovvrcs rr\v Botwrtar, 
,r Butcorot 



Revolt of Megara and Expedition to Megaris. 

204. Thuc. i. 115. i : Nisaia and Pegai in possession of 
Athenians in B.C. 445. 

205. Diod. xii. 5 : 'ETT' apxorroy 5e 'A^TJz/r/o-t <J>tAt'<rKcv . . . 



197-210.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 131 

'HAeiot 6e rjyayov oXvfjnndba Tpirrjv TT/OOS rais oyborjKOVTa, Ka0' f)v 
(TTabiov Kpi(Ttoi> 'I/xepaTos. (2) 7rl be TOVT&V MeyapeZy fjicv 
aTro 'Aftfva&W; Kal irpbs AaKeSaijuozuous 1 
ol 8 



a raj 

ax^eXeta? xvpioi KareVrrjo-az;. rwz; 6' CK 
rfj x^P^ ow&n; ^xn, KaO* fjv ol 'AQrjvaloL viKrj(ravT$ 
rovs Meyapet? erros r<3z; retx^^* 
206. 0.7. J..ii. i675 = KoehlerinHermes 3 24(i889) 3 p. 92 ff. 
ro5' eor' eJ-TTt o-(a))/u,aTi Kt//ero(^) avbpbs d 
| ey Meyd/)a)(z;) 6at(^)as eTrra /x(e)v avbpas, 

a7roppr)(ras 
EtAero reiz> aperav 
5 OSro? d^p os t((r 

'E/c Flayed dyaywz; 8id Botcorco^ e? ' 



A/ and N, *, P, f= y , A = A, + once for X 

The Eevolt of Euboia and Lakedaimonian Invasion. 

207. Thuc. i. 114; ii. 21. I ; v. 16. 2, 3. 

208. Diod. xii. 7 : 'ETT' apyjovros 8* 'A^^o-t KaAAi/xdxou . . . 
Kara TT\V 'EAAdSa rera-Trei^cojueW^ T&V ' Adrjvaiav 8td rr)r ^ Botcorta 
?rept Kop(oi>iaz> ^rrai^, aQia-ravTO TroAAai rwz; TrdAccoy aTro r<3^ 'A^ry- 

. /xdAiora 8e rwi' KaroiKovvro^v rj]v EvfBoiav yeforept^orrcor, 
[8e] atpe^els crrparTjyoj eo-rpdreuo-e^ CTrt rr)i; Ev^Sotar juerd 
dftoAdyov, xat rrjy juei> TTO\LV T&V 'EcrrtatcSi; lAw^ Kara 
Kpdros ea)Kt(re roi)s 'Eartater? K rr)? "TrarptSo?, raj 5 s dAAas Kara- 
irXrjfdfjLevos rjvdyKaorf irdXiv TttiQapy^lv 'AOrjvaiois. (nrovbas 8' 

7TOLY](TaV TplCLKOVTatTtls K.r.A. 

209. J6^. 22. 2 : ('ETT' dpxo^ro? Avo-ifxaxt8ov). Kara 8e rr)z; C EA- 
Ad8a 'Adrjvaloi rqv Evpoiav dz/aKrr]crd/xei;ot Kai rovs *Eo-rtatts eK r?js 
TioAecas K/3aAoVre? tScai; diroiKLav els avrr]v ee'7re/ui\/raz> 

s 8e otK?fropas tUTte^avrts Tr\v re 



210. Plut. Per. 22 : f/ Ort 5' op0<Ss ev r?j *EAAd8t TTJI; bv 

K 2 



132 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. III. 



r<v 'A0r]vai(i)v o-vveixev, fj.apTvpr](Tv avr<3 ra yevo'/xeva. 
jjitv yap Ev/3oety d7reW?7o-av, efi ovs bUfir] /xera 8uva/izea>y. etr' 
evflvy aTnjyyeAAovro Meyapety eK7re7roAe/u,co|!xe>ot Kat o~rparta < *roA/uiift>i> 
em rots opoty rrjy 'ArrtK?Jy owa, IIAeto-raWKroy rjyov^vov, /3ao-tAeajy 
AaKe8aijuovuov. TtaXiv ovv 6 riepiKAijy Kara rdxoy K r^j Ev/3ota5 
Trpos roz; er r?/ 'ArrtKrJ TroAejuoi;* Kai (rwd\l/ai ptv ets 
tOdpcrrjare TroAAot? Kai ayaflots oTrAtrat? 



oa>ju/3ovAcoj>, oi/ ol <popoi fyv\aK.a Kat irdpebpov avra> 
crvv^TTfj.\l/av t 7retparo rovrou Kpvtya' Kat ra^ 
\prjfJLaaLV OAJTOV TTi(rv eK r?j? 'ArrtK?}? aTrayayetv roi>? 
a>y 6' air\(^pr]a-v rj (rrparta Kat bi^XvOr] Kara 
-TTo'Aet?, jSapeco? (frepovrts ol AaKeSai/xoVtot roz; /uz> ^Sao-tAea w/HJLaaiv 
&v TO TrXijdos OVK ex&v eKTlcrai /xereo-rrycrez; lavroz/ CK 
s, rov 6"e KAeavSpiSou ^>evyorro? ^az^aroz; Kare'yycoo-az/. 
irarijp TV\ITTTTOV TOV Trept 2tKeAtaz^ 'AOrjvaiovs KaraTroAe- 
eotKe 8' wo-Trep vvyytvmov CLVTM TTpoaTpfyacrOai vocrr]jjLa 
ri]v </>tAapyvptaz; 17 <^wt?, T;^)' ^? Kat a^ro? atcr)(pa)S ^t KaAot? epyot? 
aXovs ^7re(7 r^y UTraprTyy. raura /x^ ovv ez; rot? Trept 



211. Plut. Per. 33 : Toi; 5e TTepiKAe'ov? ev rw rrj? a-rparryyta? 
ToAoyto-juw 8eKa raAayrcoz; dz/aAa>/>ia ypaxi/az^roj dz'TjAcofxeWz/ t? ro 
, 6 5^fxo9 a7re5e^aro ju,?/ TroXvir pay ^ovi] eras /U7]6' eAey^a? ro airop- 
&v eo-rt Kat 0eo'</>pa0TO9 6 </>tAo'cro0os, 
ort Ka^' cKaarTov tviavTov tj rr)^ 2irdpTr]v <ot'ra SeKa raAa^ra -rrapa 
roS IleptKAeou?, ots rovj ev re'Aet TraVra? OepaTTtvav Trapr/retro rov 

voi;//evo9, aAAa rov xpoVov, V w Trapa- 
e//eAAe TroAe/xrja-etv /SeArtov. ev^i;? ovv 
?rt rovs d$eo-r<3ra? rpaTro'/xevos Kat Stands ets Ev/3oiav TrevrrJKOvra 
vavcrt Kat 'TrevraKto'xtAtois OTrAtrats Kareo"rpe\/^aro ray TroAety. Kat 
XaAKi6ea)v /nev rou? t7r7ro/3oVaj Aeyo/xevou? TrAovra) Kat 6o^r/ 8ta- 
, *Eo-rtatets 8e Travraj 



KaraKtae, //ovoty rovroty aTrapatrrcoy ^prjcriJLevos ort 
*ArrtK?)v atx^dAcorov Aa^o'vrey aTreKretvav roi>y 



212. Ar. lY^6. 859 : 

2TPE*1AAH2. "ao-Trep HeptKA^y ety ro 8eov 

213. Schol. ac^ ^OC. : ([IlepiKA^y iroAAcov ovrcov xpr)fj.aT(*)v ev r?} 

, ety rov TroAe/xov rd TrAetora dvdAcoa-e. ^>ao-t 5e ort Kat 



211-217.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 133 



\oyi(rfj,ov$ bibovs, TaXavra twoo-iv aTrAcos etTrev ets TO dcoi; 
i. (f)t](rl 8e "E^opos em juerd raura paOovTes ol 

p,ez> cbrHJ.tvo'av, ITAettrroaraKra 8e te' raXcx^roi? 
;, VTTo\a(36vTs ba>poboKri(ravTa$ avrovs, bia ro fytivavQai TTJS 
'A(hiva(a>v yfjs, VTTO rStv irepl TOV HeptKAea, /utr) 
etTretz; ort 8e'8co/ca rots AaKe8atjaortcoy j3ao-tAi5o-t ro 
K.r.A.] 

214. Suidas : Aeov' "flcrTrep ITepcKAeT]? ets ro 6e'oi> d 
'A6r)vai(*)v crrparr^yoj, Aoyoz/ aitai.Tovfj.evos viTp 
TW apfjioa-rf] AaKebaL/jLovicov irl TrpoSocrta, roOro OVK 
dAA' et? TO 8eoz^ eAeyei^ dz^aAwrrat a^ra. ot 5e aAAco? ^an-t 1 
6Vra>z> ^prjfjLaTwv v rr/ aK^oTroAet, ets ro^ TroAe/xoi' ra 
dz;dAa)(re. c/>ao-t 5e ort Kal Aoytcr/xoi;? 6t6ou? Tre^rrJKO^ra raAaz/rcoz/, 
d-TrAcos et7rej>, et? ro 8eW dz^r]Aa)Kez;at. /utera 8e ravra /ua^oVres 
AaK8ai/zoVtot K\avbpibrfv jue^ tbrifjitvo-av, ITAetcrroai/aKra 6e irevre 



rrjs \onrrjs 'AOrfvaitoV yrjy, /cat roz; DeptKAea, tra /zr) yujurcoj etTrry, ort 
bebtoKa rot? AaKeSatjutoznW ^8ao-tAei;(7t raura, ovra)? alviacrOai. 

215. Cf. Diod. xiii. 106. 10. Plut. JVic. 28. Thuc. iii. 26. 2 ; 
vi. 104. 2. Strabon. vi. i. 14. (264) = Antioch. fr. 12 (see below 
360). Polyaen. ii. 10 (see 358 and 380). 

Suppression of the Euboian Revolt. 

216. Ar. Nub. 211 : 

MA0HTH2. 'H M y E^ot', co? opaj, 

^5t Traparerarat iJ.aK.pa iroppa) iravv. 

STPE^IAAHS. ot8'' -1*770 yap T^JUWI; iraperdOri Kal ITeptKAeouj. 
Schol. ac? v. 213 : [Ets (fropov eferaflrj, TrAetoz^a (f)6pov irapfyovcra 
e avTrjv 'A^rji/atot, KparTJo-a^rey avr^?.] (. . . 
5e avrr\v 'AOrjvaloi juera DeptKAeovs, Kat jutaAto-ra 
XaAKta? Kal 'Eperpie'as . . . IleptKAeouy 8e o-rparrjyowros Kara- 



ojnoAoyta Karaa-ra^rj^at, 'Eo-rtatea)^ 6e aTtoiK.KrQtvTtov avrovs 



217. Strab. x. I. 2 (445): GeoTro/xTroy (fr. 164 JP IT. 6^. i. p. 

305) 8e c|)7]o-t IlepiKAe'ous ^Lpovfj.vov Ev/3otay rovs 'Io-rtatts Ka0' 
ojuioAoyta? et? Ma/<6oi;ta^ /^eraa-r^at, 8to-)(iAtous 5' ef 'Adr]vai(v 
(\66vras TOV 'Upeoz; otx^o-at, brj^ov ovra vporepov T&V ' 



134 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. III. 

The Tribute. 
See below 314. 

Treatment of Chalkis. 
C. I. A. iv. 27 a. See 1. 130. 

reos Hestiaia. 

218. Ar. Pax 1043 : 

Kcu yap ovrovl 
baffrvy rts eore<az>cojueVo9. 
rts apa Tror' eoriV ; OIKETH2. a>j aA 
juazms ris- early. TP. ov jua At 5 , aAA' ' 
OI. OTTOS' ye TTOV V0* 6 \pr](ryioX6yo<s ov J 12peoi>. 

219. Schol. ac v. 1047: O'&/)o{;: Ata^aAAct avro^ w? ov 
dAA' Evfiola. bib br]\ol on us fez/os OVK evz/oet r^ EtpTJi/?/. 

o? 6e Ev^Sotay -TroAis, 77^ "O/xr^pos 'loriataz/ (f)ri<rv. 
Cf. Ar. Paa; 1084-1087, 1125. 

220. Thuc. vii. 57. 2 ; viii. 95. 7. Cf. Xen. Hellen. v. 4. 56. 
Diod. xv. 30. 3. Ar. Po. viii. (v.) ii. (3). 9. 1303 a 13 f. 

Decree relating to commercial relations between Hestiaia 

and Athens, and regulating matters of law 

arising out of them. 

221. C. I. A. i. 28; Gk. Inscr. in B. M. 4: (vs. 2) - o-t 

8o'x/? ras - - | - oo-t SOKCI eTTt tcrfet "? |']o a^ Soxet avrotj 

//e[ - - yp|a](/)crrat, em reo-t [8]tKe[(rt 1 |.] c o f\. s 'Eortata? (n[6v 1 

- - - v | *]E(TTtatat 'ora/XTrep ra[s aAAas 86Ka? - - - f |E]<ma[tes] 

irpbs aAAe'Ao[? ] | . /xe 7ra[pa r]e? /SoAes evp 1 . ao-e . . . 

[t\\avvovTa /xe | e LTT[ITOLS e] oz/ots e oi<r[t . 

8]e 6 fio\6ij[tvos, ex? f Ea-r|t]aiay ... . Aa//^3apero [ 

TIO\C]TO TO [ I au]r6 jUe'pos ret [- - es rd 8iKao-|r]eptoz; 'ora/xTrep raj 

a[AAas 5tKas. c |o] 5ejuos e 'o ap^ov ^[(JLLOTO - - | .]*ot 'A^eVeo-ti; 

ypa<#>e[ 'ora|ot|7r]ep ras aAAaj 5tKa? [ ex X|a]AKt[6]o? es 

'Oponbv 7r[A eai/ 5|ej rts e^ ? 'OpOTro e[s 

'Opoirbv Kopo ^[v]L (?), 7rp[arreV0o ? - eaz; 8|]e' rt? 

f E[o-rtataz; - - Trparr e']o-^o reVrapas 'o/3oAo[? ] | . /xe^ 'ot TTO/UI- 

reAe'ro[- - -] | . ^e'Aec ayev TOV 



218-227.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 135 

Regulation of justice in Hestiaia. 

222. C. I. A. i. 29 et iv. p. 12 ; Or. Inscr. in B. M. 4 B. 

(Vs. 2) - - e? TO biKao-Ttplov - - [jo e^s 'EoTtat'as eo-ayet ra[? 
8tKas - - e]v rot avroi /xez>t 'ot rauro8[tKat - - r]6 StKaarepioz; 
- - - - -TrAejflwe'crflo. *t 8e npd^ves ^ VTOV 

#eWo-t 'ai ?rapa roz; 8tKaor[8z; - - - - 101; Kat 

raj 6tK[as - - - - ot juteTro 'e 7rp]o0(T^ia txo-CKti. eav 

b TI[S] ------- o aAos [*]Eo"riatas Vos Trp - - * orra avbpas 

K TOV OIKOVTOV t[v 'Ecrrtatttt - - - - b]ibovai TCL[S] (vOvvas V 

f Eo-r[tatat --- - ret jQoXet (?)] ret ei> 'E[o-r]tatat 8i6oVro[i; --- a 

oe/xos ez/ [ f ]E(rriata rp - --- 8tKaezj] 8e roy avrd[j] Kat [e]v 8to 

------ v ] 'EAAoTrtaft 'jeVepoz/ Si^aa-re^to^ ? ^ --- 'EAjAoVtot 

[*ot] ez; 'EAAoTT/at ,at - - * - 'o apxoM ' 'AOfoart bo ----- 

fEortlauu KvafjLtvo-avTOv - - -p - ez/ c Eo-rt]atat, Ka^oVt ar rot 
8oKet?l - - orra avbpas <E]K roi; OLKOVTOV e[v 'EAAovrtat ---- 



rovro? ra xepi exa ajiov --- ra 



Letters in the two preceding inscriptions : A (y), U (A), 
fr and P, ^ 

Athens in need of Peace, 

223. Thuc. iv. 21. i. 

The Peace. 

224. Thuc. i. 115. i. 

225. Diod. xii. 7 : 'ETT' apy^ovros 8' 'A^TJ^o-t KaAAtjuaxov . . . 
(nrovbas 8' iroir](rav rptaKOuraeret?, KaAAtow Kat Xdprjros crvvOe- 
jueVcoz; Kal rrji; clprivrjv ^3e/3atco(raz/ra)y. 

226. Ibid. 26. 2 : 'Ojoiouo? 8e Kat rots "EAArjo-t irpos dAArjAou? 

], (TvvTeOeiiJitv&v T&v ' AOrjvcLi&v Kat rwr AaKeSat/xoiucov 
rptaKOz;raeret9. 

227. Euseb. (Sync. 470. 17): 'Adqz/auu Kat AaKe8atjaoVtot 
(T7roz;8as eTrotrjo-ayro Trpoy aAATJAou? rptaKOimwrety. 

Hieron. 0^. 83. 4 : Athenienses et Lacedaemonii foedus xxx 
annorum ineunt. 

Vers. Arm. 01. 83. 2: Athenienses et Lacedmonii xxx 
annorum reconciliationem (inducias) fecerunt. 



136 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



228. Plut. Per. 24: 'E/c TOVTOV (TOV ntpl Evpoias 

yVOfJLVtoV CTTTOvb&V 'AflrjlWotS KO.I AaKtbaLfJiOvCoLS t9 Tt] TplCLKOVTCL 
K.T.A. 

229. Justin, iii. 7. i : His malis fracti Lacedaemonii in 
annos xxx pepigerunt pacem, sed tarn longum otium inimi- 
citiae non tulerunt. 

230. Andoc. 3 de Pac. 6: Mera 8e raura bi Al-yivrfras els 

KareWrj/xejJ, Kat TroAAa KaKa TtaQovres TroAAa 6e TrotTJora^res 
a}jLV TraXw rrjs tlprjvris, KOL ypzOrja-av 8eKa avbpts Z 
' A0r]vai(*)v airavTav TrpeV/Sei? et? AaKe8at/xoz;a Trept etprjvr]? avTOKpd- 
ro/39; wz; ^ Kat 'A^8oKt8r/? 6 TraTTTros 6 ^fxere/oo?. DUTCH ^jatz; dpr\vr]v 
TToirj(rav irpbs AaKfbaLfJioviovs err; TpiaKOvra. 
Paus. v. 23. 4. See below 233. 

Further conditions of the Peace. 

231. Time. i. 35. T, 2; 40. 2; 66: v. 40. i, 2. 



232. Thuc. i. 67. 2 ; 139. i ; 140. 3. 



233. Paus. v. 23. 4 : "Eo-rt 8e Trpo rou Aios TOVTOV o-r^ 
ifoy Kat 'AOrjvaicav (rvvQr\K.as tyovva. .lpr\vj] < i e? 
v. TCLVTCLS 7TOLi]cravTO ' A0Y]valoL TTapacr 

, eret rptro) r>^? * * dAu/xTrtaSoj ^z; KptVcoi; 'I/ 
biov l . eort Se tv rat? o-vv6r\Kais Kat ro^e etprjjueVor, 
TTJS *A6r]vatu>v KCLI AaKeoaijjiovi&v rr/ 'A^yetwz; /u?) /ueret^at 



Kat 



Settlement of disputes. 

234. Thuc. i. 78. 4; 140. 2 ; 144. 2; 145; iv. 118. 8; v. 18. 
4; 79. 4; vii. 18. 2. 

Regulation of Commercial Relations. 

235. Thuc. i. 67. 4; 144. 2. 

Commemoration of the Peace. 

236. Paus. v. 23. 4. See above 233. 
Cf. Thuc. v. 1 8. jo; 47. ii. 

1 See above 205. 



228-238.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 137 



The Revolt of Samos. 

237. Thuc. i. 115. 2-117; cf. i. 40. 5; 41. 2. 

238. Diod. xii. 27 : 'ETT' apxovros 6' 'Atf^cn Tt/xoKAe'ou? . . . 
2ajuttot juez/ Trpo? MiArjo-toi;? Trept DptT^Tj? a/^icrjSrjTTJcrazJTes ei? 
7r6\fJLOv KareVrrjo-ajj, opcorre? e rov? *A6r]vaiov$ rat? tvvoicus 8ta<e'- 
povras 77/06? MtArjcrtou?, air(TTi](rav aTr' avTu>v. ol 8e FleptKAea 

O-ajUierOt (TTpaTK]ybv ^TT}Ji^lfaV CTTt T0l? 2a/XlO 

TcTTapaKOVTCL. (2) ovTo? TrAevo-a? eTTt re TTJZ; 

Kal T7JS 

avrrj. 

, Kat rov? tcrov? ofjLrjpovs 7rat8as Xa/8c5r, rovrou? 
rot? ArjfjLViois. avros 8* ez> dAtyai? T^/xcpat? a^avra 
TCLS *A6r)vas. (3) ez; 6c T?j 2a/^w oraa-e 
atpou/xeVcoz; TT)Z; ^ri^oKpariav, r&v 8e /SovAo/oteVcoy TT)I> 
tlvai, rapayj] TroAArj TT)Z> Ti6\iv eTret^e. rwz; 5' 
rfj 8r//jtOKparta Sta^Sa^ra)^ t? rr)y 'Ao~ta^ 
et? 2ap6ets Trpo? Hto-o-o^rr]^ TOI; T<Sz> Tlepa-wi; 
Trept ^3oi]^ta9, 6 //ey ITto-o-ov^rr]? eScoKei' avrols o-rpartwra? 
)^ rrj? 2aju,ou 8ta rovrou KUptcwetz;, ot 8e 2ajut 
avrols o-rpariwrwr VVKTOS TiXevaravTts ets TTJZ; 
re [rryz; Tro'Atz;] TrapetcreA^oVre?, 

r' KpaTr)(Tav TTJS SdfJiov, Kat roi/s avTiTtpdrTovras avrols 
K Tijs TToAeco?* roi/s 8' 6>7Jpou? KK\e\lravTs K rrj? Arj/xrou 
Kat ra Kara r^j/ 2a/xoi/ do-(/)aAio-ajutrot, <f)avpu>s lauroi; 
7ro\iJiLovs rot? 'Atfrymi'ot?. (4) ol 8e -rraAtzj ITeptKAea 

efeTre/^az; e:rt roi)? 

8e rav^' 6 juez^ IlcptKArj? rav/oia^^a'a? Trpo? e/38o/m?^KOzrra rpi?]pt? 
TOVS SafJitovs, )uera7re/u\/ra/jtej;o? 8e Trapa Xtcoz/ Kat MurtAr;- 
vavs etKoo-t TreWe //era TOVTCDV eTroAto'pK^a-e rr)i^ 2d/oto^. (5) 
//era 5e rti^a? ^/zepa? FTeptKA^? juez^ KaraAtTra)^ juepo? r^? Swa/xeoo? 
evrt r^? TroAtopKta? dvt&vfctv, anavTijcrtov rat? <J>ot^to-a-at? vavcriv, as 
rot? Sa)mtots ^o*az; aTrearaAKoYe?. (28) ot 8e Safxtot 8ia 
D^ti; row ITeptKAeov? ro/zt^bi/re? e^eiz; Kcupov e7rtrr/5etoy et? 
rat? aTToAeAeijutjueVat? vava-iv, eTreTrAeuo-av CTT' avra?, Kat 
rr/ vavjjia^iq </>po^/xaro? eTrAr^poui'ro. (2) 6 8 OeptKA^? 
rai^ i8tW rjrrav, evOvs VTreVrpe^e Kat o-ro'Aozj dfto'Aoyoi' 
TJ&poi(T } j3ouAo/jtew? et? reAo? vvvrpl^ai TOV T&V evavritov oro'Aoz>. 



138 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



8' aTToa-TiXavT(DV 'A0tyrofcu> fJitv k^r\K.ovra rptrjpet?, Xtooz; 8e /cat 
rptaKorra, /ixeyaArjz; l^cov bvvafJiLV o-wearrjo-aro rr/z/ 
TioXiopKiav Kat Kara y?/z; Kai Kara 0aAarrazJ, (ruz>ex e 
7rpo<r/3oAas. (3) Kareo-Keua<re 8e Kai (JLYj^avas Trpcoroy rwr Trpo 

re oVojuafo/xeVovj Kptovs KOL xeAcapa?, *A/Wftaw>s rou KAafo- 
v Karao-KtvacravTos. Vpyu>s 8e TroAiopKrjoras rr/z^ TTO\IV KOI 
rats urixavais Karaj3a\(i)V ra ret^r] KVpios eytWro r^j 2a/x,ou. KoAa- 
tras 8e roi/j atrtovs knpa^aro rovs 2ajLuou? ra? ets rr)z^ iroXiopKiav 
yeyevrjfjitvas SaTraz^a?, rijUTjo-a/xcz/os avra? raAa^rcoi; biaKoa-iwv. (4) 
77a/)tAero 8e Kat ras i/aus avr&v Kat ra ret^rj KarecrKax/re, Kat r^z; 



AaK8atjaoz^totj /u,e'xpt TOVT&V T&V \povu>v at 

tivav ao-aAeurot. Kat TCLVTCL //,ei> eirpd^dr] Kara 
z^ fviavrov. 

239. Plut. Per. 24 : 'K rovrov . . . -v/rrj^tCerat roi; ets Sa/xoz; 
, alriav Trotr/o-ajuez/os Kar* avr&v, on rov Trpos MtAr^a-tov? KeAeu- 
biaXva-aaOai TroXtpov ofy VTT/IKOVOV. [See below VI. 141.] 
(25) TOZ> 8e Trpos Sa/xtov? TioXe^ov atrtwz^rat /otaAtcrra roz' ITeptKAea 
8ta MtATjo-touj 'A(T7rao-taj de^^eta-r/s. at yap Tro'Aetj 
roz^ Trept ripiTJz^? TroAejuto^ Kat Kparowres ot 2ajuuot, 
T&V 'AOrjvaLMV KeAeuoz^ra)^ Kat 8tKa? Xafitlv Kat 6oi5z;at 
Trap* ai/rot?, OVK eTret^o^ro. TrAeva'as ow 6 ITeptKAr)? r^v /^ez^ ou(raz/ 
oXiyapyjiav i> 2a/xa) KareAuo-ez^, rwz> Trpwrcoz^ XajS&v 
TTfvrriKovTa KOI 7rat8a9 t(TOUs ct? AijfJivov aTTeVretAe. Katrot 

KCL(TTOV fJLV aVTto T&V 6{JL^p(DV blboVdl TaXaVTOV VTTp 

5' aAAa rovy JUT) ^eAoz/ras ez^ rr) TroAet ycvtcrOai Sr^/xoKpartaz^. ert 

6 Ilepcrr]? ex^o^ Tim Trpos 2ajutous ewotaz^ 
fjivpiovs xpvcrovs Trapatrov/xez^os rrjz' iroXiv. ov 

6 ITeptKA?}?, aAAa xP r l (T ^ VOS <2cr7rep eyz^wKet rot? 
2a/u,tot? Kai Kara0T?j<ra9 S^/^oKpartaz^ airtTrXtvcrtv els ras J A0rjz>aj. 
ot 6' ev^vj aiT(rTrj(rav ) KKAe\/raz/ro9 avroty roi;? 6[jLr)pov$ TlKraovOvov 
KOL raAAa Trapao-Kevao-az^ros Trpoy roz^ iroXffjLVv. avOis ovv 6 ITept- 



aAAa Kat TT^U -Trpo^ficos eyz^coKoras avTLXa^(3dv(r6aL rr)j 0aAarrr/y. 
yvojjLvr]s be Kaprepas vavfjia^ias Trept vrjaov, rfv Tpaytaj KaAoi;a-t, 
wj 6 ITeptKA^s cvtKdj riacrapcri K.CLL Tta-aapaKOvra vawlv efibo- 
vjJLa^riaras, &v etKorrt (rrparta>rt8es ^o-az/. (26) a//a 
8e r?f z^tKr/ Kat rfj 8twfet ro{5 AtjuteVoy Kpar?j<7as eTroAtopKet rovs 
wj ye r TTCOS ert roA/u,a>z/ras eTrefteWt Kat 6ta/zaxeo-0at Trpo 



239.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 139 



roi; ret'xoi;?. e-rret 8e pcl^o)? crepes o-ro'Aos rjXOev CK rcoz; ' 
Kat TrarreAws KaTK\i(T0r](rav ol 2a/xiot, Aa/3a>z; 6 

rptTJpetS TT\V(TV 615 TOP la> TTOVTOV, O)5 /UZ> Ot TrXetOTOt Ae'yOlKTt, 

( J > otzn<ro"a>z> z;e<3z; tTTiKovptov rots 2a/jitois 

KOL 5taya)zno-a(r0ai Troppwraroo /SouAo'/xeros, a>s 

oTeAXo/otez/oy oTrep ou 8oKt TtiQavov tlvai. oTrorepw 6' ouu 
Aoyta-/x<Sz/, ajtxapreiz; I5o^e. TrAevcravTos yap airoi) 
MeAta-o-05 6 'I^ayerov?, a^p ^iXoVo^os oTpaT^ywy rore rrj? Eapou, 
KaTa(j)povr](Tas rrj? oAiyorr^ros rw^ rewz^ ?) rrjs aTretptas rw^ <rr parr\y G>v 

TTi(T TOVS TToAtraS TTl0CT0ai Tols 'AOrjVdLQlS. KOL yVOjJ,VlJS J^aX 7 ? 5 

ot 2a/wot Kat TroAAou? juez> CLVT&V avftpas eXovres, iroAAaj 
^)^etpai;re9, fyp&vro rfj OaXaarcrri Kat iraptTiOfvro 
TTpos TQV TroAe/uoz; 6Va fx^ Trporepoz; etxoz^. VTTO 8e 
Kat ITeptKAea (frrfcrlv avrov 'AptororeArj? rjTTrjOrjvai 
\OVVTCL TTportpov. ot 8e 2a/^tot rovs 
av0vf3piovTs <TTIOV et? ro /u,eVa>7ro^ yAaCKas* Kat yap eKetVous ot 
(ra^aivav. rj d (Tarawa vavs CCTTLV votrptopos ptv TO 
KotAore'pa 6e Kat yaorpoetS?}?, wo-re Kat (f)opTO(f)oplv Kat 
;. ovrco 8' a)vofJid(T0rj 8ia ro Trp&Tov tv 2ajut(o 
rvpavvov Kara(rKvda-avTos. TT/JOJ ravra ra 
Kat ro 'Apto-roc^ai/etor yi'faOai' 

2afxtco^ 6 5r/juo? <TTLV a>5 7roAvypa/x/xaro?. 

(27) TfV06fJLVOS & OVV 6 YlpiK\fjS T7]V fTTt aTpdTOTT&OV ( 

Kara raxo?- Kat roS MeAtVo-oi; Trpo? aroz^ avnra 
Kat rpex/^ajuez/o? rovs -TroAejutoi;? ev^vs Trepteretxt^e, 
Kat Xpov J^SAAoi/ 17 rpa^juacrt Kat Kt^Swot? raii' TroAtrcoi' 
Kat o-vz^eAet^ r^z; TTO\LV (BovXo/jievos. 7Tt 8e bvcr\paivoi>Tas rfj 
rpt/3rj rov? 'ABrjvaiovs Kat payjecrOai TTpoOv^ovpevovs i-pyov TJV Kara- 
(rxeti;, OKra> /uep 7 ? &**A,ft) T Trai; -nAijflos aTreKAripoi;, Kat ra> Xaflovn 
rov \ZVKOV Kvafjiov V(t>\ia6aL Kat o-xoAafetz; Trapetx^ TW^ ^AAcor 
io Kat $aa-i rovs ez; etiTra^etat? rto-t yerojuerovs AI>KT]^ 
dird ro ACUKOU KvdfJiov TTpoo-ayopevetz;. "E</)opO9 8e 
Kat fj.r])(a.vais ^pr\(TOL(rQai rbv ITeptKAea, rrji; KatvoVr/ra Qavpavavra, 
'Aprejucoros roi; \j^]^avLK.ov TrapoVro?, oz> yu>\ov ovra Kat ^opeto) 
ra KaTTfiyovTa T&V <-pya>v Trpoo-KOjutt^ 

TOVTO /xj> oSi^ 'HpaKAetSryj 6 HorrtKo? fAeyx^ 1 ro ^ 'Az/a- 
, tv ots 6 Trcpt^o'p^ro? 'Aprejutcoi; oyo/ua^erat TroAAaty 
$}jL7TpO(r0v ^AtKtat? roi; Trept Sa/Ltoz/ TToAe/ixou Kal rwr Trpay/^arcoz/ 

r<j) /3t(j) Kat Trpos rovy 



140 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



(f)6/3ovs fjiaXaKov ovra Kat KarairXrjya TO. TroAAd fj.v OLKOL Ka0e 

do-Triba rfjs Ke^aAr?? avrov Svelv otKerwy vTrp\6vT(*>v ) wore 
V av(*>0v, et 8e /3iaa-0et?7 77poeA#etz 
J\V yrjv ami\v TTpi<pp6fjLvov KO^i^a-Oai Kat 
TOVTO K\rj6f)vai TrepLtyoprjTov. (28) erara) 8e privl 
TrapcKrrdvTwv 6 Tlpt,K\fjs ra retx^ Ka^etAe Kat ra? z^au? 7rapeAa/3e 
Kat xp7/ju,a(rt TroAAot? 6^V]//,ta)a"e^ 5 oSi^ ra /ixe^ ei'^i;? TJveyKav ol Sa/onot^ 
ra 8' ezJ XP V< ? P^ r ^ Taa^ez/ot Karourety o^povs edcoKar. Aoupt? 8' 
6 2a/xtoj ro^rot? 67Ttrpaya)8et TroAArj^ (o//or?]Ta TO>F 'AQrivaiwv Kat 
TOU rieptKAe'ouj Karryyopw^, ^y ovre 0ouKf8t8r]9 i(TT6pr]KV ovr* 
v E^)opo? oi;r' 'Apta-roreArj?' dAA' oi8' akr]0tviv lotKe^, w? apa roi>9 
TpLf]pdp^ovs Kal TOVS 67ri/3ara? TWF Sctfiav ets rr)z; M tArjo-iW tiyopav 



vot? ras Kaa? avyKo\savTas, era 

ra (rw/xara. AoCpt? /jtei' oSi' oi8' OTTOU fj.r]bV avrw 7rpo(T(TTiv 
irdOos eto)^a)9 Kpartlv TTJV 8trjy7](rtz> em rijs aArj^etaj, 
eoLKV tvravOa 8et^<3(rat ra? r^? 



240. Plut. Them. 1 : Katrot 2rr]o-t/ui/3poro9 'Az^afayopou re 
8taKo{5<rat roz/ 0e/oiio-roKAea ^rjo-t Kat Tie/at Me'Ato-o-oz; o-:rou8a(rat roy 
(pv&LKoVj OVK. V T&v \p6vtt>v cLTTTopLfvos' Fle/aiKAe? yap, o? 
z^ewrepo? ^ ejutorroKAe'ous, MeAtcro-os //ez^ dz^reo-rparrjyet 

KoSi'rt Sajuttou?, 'A^afayopas 8e o-w8te'r/H/3e. 

241. Ael. T 7 ^. ^T. vii. 14 : Tt 8e ; OVK rya-au Kat ot <tAo'<ro(|>ot 
ra -TToAe'/zta ayaOot ; e/xot jue^ 8oKOVo-tz^' etye . . . Me'Ato-<ro? 8e 
vavapyr\(T 9 2(OKparr]j 8e earparewaro rptj, K.r.A. 

242. Ar. Vesp. 281 : 

8' az^ 8ta roz^ yQi&vbv avOpwov, 6? ^aj 8te8uer' 

ab Aeya>r ws 
Kat <pi\aOT)vai,os r\v Kat 
rdr 2a/x<i) TrpcSroj KaretVot, 
8ta roi; 
etr' to-cos Ketrat 

243. Schol. ad v. 283 : Ta V 2d"/ui&> : [Ta Trept Sajmou 
8eKara) eret Ttporcpov irl TtjuoKAeovy ap^ovros yeyove.j 
yap Trore Kat 

tooi' et? (rv^a\iav e7re(rrparev(ra^ Kara rfiv 2ajutt&)r, OeptKAeous 
TOV zavOLimov. KaKws 8e 8tare^eWes Sa/xtot 



240-245.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 141 



arav Tipo? rbv /3ao-tAe'a ru>v TItpa&v eTreA^eu;. Kat 6rj TOVTO fj.a06vTs 
'A0r)va'ioL rpi^pet? TroAejouKa? /car' avTutv Karta-Ktvacrav, ITeptKAe'ov? 
tfoijyTj<raiJ.tvov am>v. TOVTO 8e jotafloVre? 2a//tot pi]\avriv nva 
KaT(TKva(rav Kar' CLVT&V, rjv juatfoVres 1 'Aflrjwzioi VTTO nz^oy Kapv- 
crrtWos- ttyvXdfavTO, Kat 2af^ou$ /txeu KOKW? 6ie^?]Kar, roz; 8e Kapu- 
(TTiotiva TifJiri(rav a(f)6$pa //.era rov yevovs KOL TTJS CLVT&V TroAiretas 
f)i(D(rav. a>j ovz^ rti^o? efaTrarrja-ayros Kat etTroWo? tavTov tlvai 
TOV fjLTjvvTriv TOV (TKatcoprijuaro? raiz^ 2a/xuoy, Kat 8ta rouro a 
(f)r]orlv &bvvfj(r9at TOV 4>iAoKXea)z^a, a>? rat? 
^aipovTa. ra Trept Safxoz^ t^ r tret irpoTepov eTrt 
yeyore Kat e?rt roO e^r)? Mopu^tSou. ov8ei> KcoAt;et ro^ e^^e? Kpivo- 

avafjiLiJiv^(rKLV TOVS StKao-ra? t^tas rtro? evepyeo-ta? TraAata? 
'A^/]z;atot 5e MtAr^rrtoi;? eTrayayo^e^ot eKaKcoo-az^ r^i; 

Kat <!}jL(ppovpov eTrotr/o-az;, rrjy Sr/juioKpartaz^ Karaa-rrjo-ai/re? 6ta 
ITeptKAe'oi;?. 2a/xtot 8e aiii^T^crav Trpo? fiacriXta. Kat rore ot 
'A^rjratot reAe'w? CLVTOVS KareTroAe'/xTjo-ay, IVa iraXiv Trpoo-^yye'A^r^ 
ITeptKAet ort 4>otVto-o-at rije? Trapetez^ ftorjOovorai 2ajutot?. TOVTOV ay 
etr] Ae'yetz; TTpo? rows 8tKao-ra? aTrr/yyeAKeVat Kat ax^eA^o-at r?V 
TroAti;. V. 

244. Schol. Ar. Paa? 697 ' Aeyerai 6e Kat ort eK r/j? crrparr/yta? 
(6 



Alleged influence of Aspasia. 
Duris fr. 58. See below VI. 146. 



Share of Byzantion in the Revolt, as evidenced 
by Quota Lists. 

245. (7. I. .A. i. 238 ii. 22. See II. 13. 
C. I. A. i. 239 i. 25. See II. 14. 

(7. J. J.. i. 240. Name of Byzantion missing. See II. 15. 
0. /. J. i. 241 . The whole of the 'EAArjcrn-oVrtos <opos lost. 
See II. 16. 

C. I. A. i. 242 iv. 26. See II. 17. 
C.I. A. i. 243 vi. 12 (Kallipolis). See II. 18. 
C. I. A. i. 243 vi. 34 (Bysbikos). See II. 18. 
C. I. A. i. 244 ii. 32 (Byzantion). See II. 19. 



142 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. III. 

Disturbances in the Thrakian region. 
Tribute of six Thrakian cities missing in B.C. 440. 
C.I. A. i. 240. See II. 15. 

Tribute of eleven Thrakian cities raised in B.C. 439. 

246. Aigai C. I. A. i. 239 ii. 33 (II. 14). Cf. C. I. A. i. 241 
vi. 4 (II. 16). 

Aphytis C. I. A. i. 239 ii. 34 (II. 14). Cf. C. I. A. i. 242 
v. 14 (II. 17). 

Assera C. I. A. i. 234 ii. 27 (II. 9). Cf. C. I. A. i. 242 vi. 14 
(II. 17). 

Maroneia C. I. A. i. 237 iii. 6 (II. 12). Cf. C. I. A. i. 241 v. 
17(11.16). 

Mekyperna C. I. A. i. 237 iii. 13 (II. 12). Cf. C. I. A. i. 242 
v. 19 (II. 17). 

Mende C. I. A. i. 240 ii. 46 (II. 15). Cf. C. I. A. i. 241 vi. 
ii (II. 16). 

Sane C. I. A. i. 238 iii. 6 (II. 13). Cf. C. I. A. i. 242 vi. 27 
(II. 17). 

Skabala C. I. A. i. 234 ii. 26 (II. 9). Cf. C. I. A. i. 241 vi. 
13 (II. 16). 

Skione C. I. A. i. 237 iii. 22 (II. 12). Cf. C. I. A. i. 242 
vi. 6 (II. 17). 

Spartolos C. I. A. i. 238 iii. 9 (II. 13). Cf. C. I. A. i. 243 
v. 5 (II. 18). 

Stolos C. I. A. i. 238 iii. 8 (II. 13). Cf. C. I. A. i. 243 vi. 
3 (II. 18). 

Disaffection in Lesbos. 

247. Thuc. iii. 2. i ; 13. i. 

Disaffection in Chios. The Athenian fleet present there. 

248. Athen. xiii. 603 E: *la>v (fr. i F. H. G. ii. 46) yovv 6 
T)? v rat? eTTty/oa^o/xe^at? 'EmSrjjuucu? ypa</>et ovrcos* 2o$o- 
TW TTOITJTT] tv Xia) o-WTJurrjo-a, ore errAet et? AeV/3or arpaTTjyoy, 

avbpl 7rat8tci)8et Trap' olvov KO! 8eia). 'Epjutr/o-tXeco 8e tvov ol eoVros 
Kat irpoevov 'AOrjvaitov eoTKSiToj avroV, K.r.A.. 



246-254.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 143 



249. Schol. in Aristid. VTT. r. r. 135 J. (iii. p. 485 Dind.) : ' 
fj.v 2a/xo) SeKaro? avrbs crTpar-qy^v : T&V 8/Ka a-Tparrjy&v T&V kv 

ra oVo'/xara Kara 'Avbporiwva (fr. 44 a F. H. 0. iv. p. 645)' 
'Avayvpdaios, So^oKArj? CK KoAooz^oO 6 -7701777?}?, 'Au8oKt'8?i9 
i;?, KpeW SKaju/Scoi'to^s, ITeptKATJ? XoAapyei;?, FAavKcoz; 
CK Kepa/xeooz;, KaAAtVrparo? 'A^ap^e^?, Hero^a)^ MeAirevj. Wila- 
mowitz, Z)e JR7^m scholiis [Greifswald 1877-8], 13 supplies 
the two missing names from Cod. Marc. 423, viz. 
'A^z/tevy, KAetro^aii; opatevs. >" 

The Treatment of the Prisoners. 

250. Photius : 2ajuuoz; 6 ST/JUOS (ecrrir) a>s 
'Apt(7TO</)a^9 (/r. 64, K. i. 408) Ba/3uAa>znois emo-KcoTmoj; roi;s 
(TTLyiJLVovs . . . ot 5e on 'A^z^atot /xez; rovs XrjcfrdtvTas tv 

s ea-rifo^ yAcw/a, 2a/xtot (6e roi/s 'AOrjvaiovs) rrj 
t^rj, o eort TrAotoz; bUpOTOv, VTTO Y[o\VKpaTovs Trp&rov irapa- 
TOV 2ajuttco^ Tvpavvov, a>9 Awrijua>(os ey /3' NoVrcoz;' ro 6e 
Aovpi5o? (/r. 59 ^. ^T. (r. ii. p. 483). 

251. -Zc. : ra 2ajiuW VTTOTrrevei? . . . TtapTJXOev 8e aTro rwr 

VTT' 'AOrjvaiav els 2ajUiov? aiKifr^v' kXovrts yap avrovs 
ot 'A^rjvatot roi>? juez; cnreKTzivav, TOVS 6e I0rtai> rr} KaAov/^eV^ 
crajJiaivri, r\ t<rnv t8os irXoiov ^a^taKoVj avO* &v KOL ot 2d/xtot rovs 
aAoVra? jui^ra raOra 'AOrjvaiovs l<rrifay. 

252. Ael. F. J:T. ii. 9 : TWs ye jur^v aAto-Ko/xe'z/ovs ai)yjiaXu>Tovs 

Kara roi; 7rpoo-o>7roi; Kat eTi^at ro ortyjua yAavKa, Kat 



numbers of the Athenian besieging fleet. 

253. Isocrat. 15 cfe Permut. ill : Mera 6e ra?;ras ras Trpa^et? 
7rt 2a/xou o-rparevo-a?, ^ HeptKArj? . . . aTro StaKOo-tcoz; [z^ewy] Kat 
XiXtW raAaz/rcov Kar7roA/xT]o-e, Tavrr]v K.r.A. But see below 258 ff. 



Athenians before Samos. 

254. Athen. viii. 328 C : Tptx^coz; 6e EvTroAts (/r. 154, K. i. 
p. 299) ez; Ko'Aaftzr 

'EKCI^OJ ryz/ ^>t6coAo9, 6s eirt rou yQtou 
Trpo rou TroAejuou juei; rpt^ibas cu^wz^rya 
ore raz; 2a/x<w 6' Tyy, ^/jtico^eAtou Kpea. 



144 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 

Artemon and his earlier namesake. 

Plut. Per. 27 [Eph.fr. 117]. See above 239. 
Diod. xii. 28. 3. See above 238. 

255. Plin. H. N. vii. 56. 202 : Testudines Artemonem Clazo- 
menium (invenisse dicunt). 

256. Athen. xii. 533 -^ XajuwuAecop 5' 6 ITozmKos tv T<J> 

(/r. 1 1 Koep.) Trpodel? ro 



6 TTpi(f)6priTos ' 
TTpO(Tr]yopLav ravrrjv A.a/3eii> TOU Aprlptava bia TO 

t jTpi<f)epO'0aL eirt K\LVT]$. /cat yap AjXHCptoa) CLVTOV K.r.A.. 
257. Leutsch. u. Schneidewin, Corp. Paroem. i. p. 441 : 
'O 7repi(/>opr/To? 'Aprtjutor : 7rt TW^ 7raz;i> Tiodov^v^v. (fracrl yap on 
6 'Aprejttcov eyez^ero Trept/xcix^ro? yvvai^iv aXAot 8e ort 

eyeVero (ro^coraro? Kara rov? fTepiKXeous 
6e a)i; Trepte^epero eut rw opar ras 



The costs of the Revolt. 

258. Thuc. i. 117. 3. 

Isocrat. 15 cZe Permut. in. See above 253. 

259. Corn. Nepos, Timoth. i. 2 : Sanrnm cepifc : in quo 
oppido oppugnando superiore bello Athenienses mille et 
ducenta talenta consumpserant, id ille sine ulla publica 
impensa populo restituit. 

260. C. I. A. i. 177: 



. ra/utat Upoi; %pfJ.&TOV res] 
TT - - 

s, 'en? <l>upo[|uiaxo9 scil. eypa/xjutareve - - eypaju/za] 
10 Tve, ra/xta[ e] 
X? Oto, Nqvfffc - - 
MMMF4FTTT 



vos 



255-265.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 145 

15 epov, 'ot 8e 



FMMMMFTTT 

X(rviJL7ravTo[s dz/aAo'/xaro? 
XH[H]HH 

Y. Kirchhoff, Abhandl. d. kon. Akad. zu Berl. 1876, 14 Dez. 
P-43- 

Boundary of the land of the Athenian Eponymoi 
in Samos. 

261. Abhandl. d. kon. Akad. zu Berl. 1876, 14 Dez. p. 67 : 
"Opo? | re/AeVo? | 'ETTOVVIJ.OV | ' 



Money from Samos. 
262. (7. /. J. i. 1 88 (B. C. 410/409), vs. ^o: TpiaKOoret 



KCU irapebpoi [n]|oAvaparot XoAapyet PPTTX. 

vs. 34 : v EKret Kat r/otaxocrret re? TrpvTaveias ra e^ 2ajuo CLVOJJLO- 
AoyeVa[ro --- ] /*a)([os |. . Jos crrpareyoty es 2ajmot, Axo"tK/3a^t K.r.A. 



Samos bound to supply troops, not ships. 

263. Thuc. vii. 57. 3, 4. 

Amorgos confiscated. 
C. I. A. i. 243 vi. 10. See above II. 18. 

Aristotle s criticism of the treatment of the Samians. 

264. Arist. Pol. iii. 8. (13.) 4. 1284 a 38 : To 5' avrb Kat 
ras Tro'Aet? Kat ra e#z>T] TTOIOVOTLV ot KVpiOL r% Swd^ecoy, otoz/ ' 
j'atot //e^ ire/)! 2a/nou? Kat Xtovs Kat Ae<r/3tov? (e'Tret yap Oarrov 

rr)f apyr\v, trait eivwvav avrovs irapa ras o-w^?JKas). 



temple of Aphrodite. 

265. Athen. xiii. 572 F: "AAefts 6' 6 Sa/otto? er Seurepw r/ 
2a/xiaK<Sz; (-F. 5. G. iv. 299) " rrjv tv 2a/x&) 'A^poStrr^r, iji; ot /oie 
KaAajuot? KaAoucrt^, ot 8e ev 4'Aet, 'ArrtKat, (firjcriv, eratpat 
at o-vraKoAoD^rJo-ao-at IlepiKAet ore eiroAtopKet rj]v 2a/xor, epyao-a- 
aij aTro r% wpas." 

L 



146 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



The Epitaphios after the Samian Revolt. 
The custom. 

266. Thuc. ii. 34. 1-7. 

The Samian Epitaphios. 

267. Plut. Per. 28 : 'O 8e TlpLK\rjs Karao-rpe\//-a/xez;os TTJV Sajuoz; 
ws 7>av7JX0v els ra? 'A0?jz;a9, ra^as re r<2y aTToOavovrttiv Kara roy 

v$6ov$ CTroi^cre Kat roi> AoyozJ elircHv, uxnrep e^os (TTIV, 
o-^/xdro)^ e^aujuao-rci)^. KarajSatrorra 8' avroz> OTTO rou 
at /xei' aAA.at yuz/atKe? eSe^toCrro Kat (TT(f)dvoLs avebovv Kal 
Taiviais <o<rjrep a0\rjTriv VLKr]<j)6pov y f) 8' 'EATrtzwc?/ Ttpoa-eXOova-a 
Taur' " l</)^ ' f QavyiacrTa, Ilept/cXety, Kal aia o-T(f)dva)V, bs 
TToXXovs KOL ayaOovs a7roaA.e(ras TroXtra? ov 3?oivii TroXejJL&v 
ovbe M^Sot?, uxnrep o^jao? a8eX^)6s K^mto^, dAXa (rv^a\ov Kat 
(Tvyyer^ Ttokiv KaTao-Tpetyofjievos." ravra rrjs 'EXTrt^tKry? Aeyovo-?]? 
6 ne/HKAr)? ftetStaa-a? arpe/ixa Aey^rat r6 ro 'A/o)(iAoxou Trpoy avTrjv 



OVK v fjLVpoKTL ypavs 

8e rt Kat jue*ya (j)povij(rai 

avrov 6 y lcoz/, a>9 rov /x^ 'Aya/ote/ixroros Iretrt 
avrov 8e fjirja-lv \vvia TOVS Trpwrou? Kat 
. Kat OIIK iji; a8tKo? ^ a^taxrt?, dAA' ayra)? TroAA?)^ d 
Kat ^yav etr^e Ktvbvvov 6 iroXefJios, etTrep, a>y 0ovKv5t8^? ^770-1, ira/o' 
2a/xtco^ ^ ^oAt? d^eAeV^ai r^? flaAarrrjj ro Kparoy 



Cf. Arist. ^W. i. 7. 34. 1365 a 31; iii. 10. 7. 1411 a i. 
Hdt. vii. 162. Eurip. Suppl. 447-9. Athen. iii. 99 D. Plut. 
Per. 8 (below VI. 157). 

Later history of Samos. 

T/ie oligarchical exiles at Anaia in B.C. 424. 

268. Thuc. iii. 19; 32. 2; iv. 75. I. 

Samos in B.C. 412. 

269. Thuc. viii. 21 ; 63. 3, 4. 
Cf. (7. /. A. i. 56. 



266-272.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 147 



The Athenians in Thrace. 

The alliance with Perdikkas, and disturbances in 
Thrace. 

270. Thuc. i. 57. 2, 3 ; 59; ii. 95. 

271. Diod. xii. 50. 3 : StraXx?]? TOLVVV irpbs 'A07jz>au>vs $tXt 
<TW0e'joiezJO9 tofJLoXoyrjo-tv avroty (Tv^a\r\(T^Lv TOV eVt pa/ajs no 
6toVep (3ov\6fJivos rovs XaX/ao'ets' o-vz> roty 'AflTjiWo 
7rape<ncevdero bvvafjLiv a^ioXoyov. (4) $jua 5e /cat orpo? fle/oSt/tKa^ TOV 

raiz; MaKeSoVco^ a^\OTpt<*>$ 3ia/ct/u^oSj e/cptre Kardyetz; ewt 



vi' ray 7r/oot/3r;/x,eWs airta? ^y dz;ayKatoz^ avrw 



272. (7. /. A. i. 42 : 
Fr. a. 



---- ay crov avrov 

5 --- CpiOV* VKd 



ret /3oA.ei xat rot] Se/xot* Atavrfts 67r/>ura- 



---- Xe s 

ay ("? [or]av vel |e]d 
10 [7rp]oo-y/3a[<^(7at ?] 
Fr. b. c. vs. 3. --- o [/c]ard rd ---- 

\\vavriov ro --- 
5 TOV e77t$o-e<i[foi>ra ?] 
[xat r]a xpe/mara avro Sef/xoVta ecrro (Irat) KCU res 

^eo ro 

<TTpaTybv (- 

[)(o-V|u]/otd)(oiy 'eircp az^ Kat 
- - oty. TroteVo de: Kat 'Appaj3[at --- 
10 - - s TroLV KOI 'Appafiaioi, (})LX[iav] 

es Ma[K]e 
List of names follows : 



K.r.X. 



148 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. III. 

273. C. I. A. i. 43 : - - es Trerre - -, vs. 2. - - Kes iiaviaQo 
et - -, vs. 3. [6 8eti>a etTre* ra fx,ez> a]AAa KaOdirfp ret /3o[Aet - -, vs. 4. 
8e e*c TOZ> aAAoy \<rv^[d^(ov - -, vs. 5- ~ ~ avav\eov(rOai *6rav 
/So'Aoyfrat - -, vs. 6. - - erat TT^TTOV 'A0eVa(C)e , vs. *J. - - 01. ear 
8e jite Trotoo-t rav[ra - -, vs. 8. - - K]CU l ot tTTTres xal c ot e[m/3arcu ? - - 
vs. 9. - - n]e,:>8i/cKcu Kat roty x^MM^X 019 " " vs> IO ' 'A/)pa/3a]tot KOI 
rols xwfJiliJidxoiS - -, vs. 1 1 . - - 7r/o]ear/3eta eA[^6]o-a a - -. 

Note use of ov in vs. 5. 

Quarrels between Sitalkes and Sparadokos, princes 
of the Odrysai. 

274. Thuc. ii. IOI. 5, 6; iv. IOI. 5. 
Hdt. iv. 80. 

275. Coin of Sparadokos. 

Obv. Horseman, wearing hat and Thrakian cloak, riding to 
left ; in right hand, two spears ; behind, helmet ; border 
of dots. 

Rev. SPAPAAOKO Eagle to left (devouring serpent?); 
incuse square. /R 16-94 grammes. 

Wroth in Num. Chron. 1891, pp. 118, 119, pi. iv. 7. 

The foundation of Amphipolis. 

276. Thuc. iv. 102. 3, 4; 103. 5. 

277. Polyaen. vi. 53 : "Ayvav 'ATTIKT)I> airoiKiav rjyaytv otVtVat 
(3ov\o[jLvo$ ra? /caAov/xeW? 'EzWa 6801;? eTrt rw Drpv/xoVf fjv yap 
nal \6yiov 'AOrivatois rotoV8e' 

TtTrre Vu>s nrla-crai TTO\.VTTOVV /utereat^er 
Kovpoi 'A0r]vaL(i>v ; -^aXcirbv 8e B&V arep 
ov yap Ota-tyaTov ecrri, irplv av K.opl<rr]T cnrb Tpoirjs 
avtvpovres KaXdfjLrjv Trarpirf 8e r T apovprj 
tvayecos* rore 8* av Tore Kvbos apoia-Qe. 
ravra rov OQV yjjrivavTos, 6 arpar^yoy "Kyvav es Tpoiav 
avftpas, ot ro 'P/Jo-ov crrjfjia vvKTap avopv^avTes az/etAo^ro ra oara' 
Kat /cara0eVre? ra otrra es )(Aajuv8a Ttopfyvpav KoyiL^ovviv eTrt rov 
2rpu/LtoVa. ot jaez; 8^ Kare'xorre? fiapflapoi TJ]V )(topav biafiaiveiv 
rov TTorajJLov eKcoAuor* "Ayvav 8e o-7roi;8a9 TrotTjo-a/nevos rpets ^/ue'pay 
roi/s fiapfidpovs Kat 8ta r^j VVKTOS rbv ^rpvpova /xera rou 



273-281.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 149 



bi\0a)v rd re dora TOV 'P?/(rou Karu>pv^ Ttapd TOV 
v Kal TO yupiov Q/7rora</>V(ras eret^t^e irpbs Trjv o-cX^vrjv, 
be OVK ipydoi>TO. Kal br] [TO] TTCLV epyov efereAeV^ rpi&v 
VVKT&V. a>s 8e 01 pdpfiapOL /xera rpels rj^pas tXOovTCS TO ret)(09 



6 8e ov^ez; e^)?/ a8tKet^* o-7reiVao-0ai yap rpets ijiJ.pas, ov 
vv/cras. TOWW rep r/ooVo) Taj 'EiWa 65oi/j "Ayrcoy otKtVa? T?)Z> TTO\IV 



278. Schol. Aesch. 2 (Ze /aZs. %. 34 (p. 48 Bind.) : 'EiWa 
* rjTV\r](rav 'AOrivaloL twAus Trepl Tas 'Evvea KaXovpevas obovs, 
os ea-Tt TO'TTO? T^S QpqKrjs, TI vvv KaXovfJ-evr) Xcppovqa-os. 
b bia Taj 4>uXXt8o9 apds, r] Arjuocfr&vTos kpaa-Qeicra KOI 

avri^iv aTTOT\t<rovTa ras irpos avrqv (rvvdi'iKas Kal 
TOTTOV &0ov(ra, a>s ov% T^KC, KaT 

Tux^at irepl TOV TOTIOV. TO, 8e aTV\r\^aTd tyivovro 
ra^e* TO Trp&Tov JJLZV AwifTTpaTOV Kal AvKovpyov Kal KpaTivov 

ITT' 'HioVa T^I; tnl ^TpVfJiovL b 

6Ts 'HtoVa, eTrt ap\ovTos 'A^^rr/o-t 4>ai6cofoy' btvTpov ol 
Aeaypou K\r)pov\OL eTrt AvviKpaTovs' TpiTov ol JJ.ZT Eti/cAeovs Kal 
QovKvbibov' T&apTOv ol /xeTa KAewvoj, CTU ap^ovTos 'AXKaioV 
ol eroiKoiVres 'HtoVfl 'A^Tj^aiot rjXdOrj<rav' HKTOV ol IJLTCL 
(TTpaTrjyovvTos bitffrOdprjo-av' e/3o"o/zor, OTC 
, 'Aju^)t7roAtT<3z^ a^Toi/s irapabovTaiv Tot? 
oyboov eKTreju^^eij v^o Ttjuto^eou 'AA^t/uaxo? aTTeTV\V, avTov irapa- 
avTov 0pafiV, CTrt TifjiOKpaTovs 'AOrivrjo-iv dp^ovTos' 
y eTTto-TpaTe^o-as ^TTTJ^T] eirl KaAAipJdou? apxovTOS. Tas 
68ov? "Ayrcoi; o-vvoiKio-as 'AOrjvalos 



279. Diod. xii. 32. 3 : "Ajuta 8e TOVTOIS irpaTTO^vois 'Adrjvatoi 
avv(fKL(rav 'AfjityiTroXiv, Kal T&V oiKrjTopGov ovs fjifv CK Toi 
KaT\^aV) ots 5' ec TW^ o-weyyu? <f)povp(a)v. 

280. Harpocrat. : J Aju(/)^7roAt9 . . . FToAiy avTr] T^? 
vpoTcpov be 'Evvta obol e/caAeiTO, a><? 'A^gpoTtco^ (/r. 27 jP. 77. Cr. 
i. p. 373) v JB' *AT0ibos. 

Mixture of Population. 

281. Thuc. iv. 103. 3 ; 1 06. I. 
Diod. xii. 32. See above 270. 



150 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 

Importance of Amphipolis to the Athenians. 

282. Thuc. iv. 108. I. 

Enmity of neighbouring cities. 

283. Thuc. iv. 103. 4. 

Lowering of Argilian Tribute. 

284. C. I. A. i. 237 iii. 21. See II. 12. 
6'. /. A. i. 244 ii. 49. See II. 19. 

Insubordination of Potidaia; tribute raised. 

285. C. I. A. i. 242 vi. 5. See II. 17. 
C. I. A. i. 244 ii. 65. See II. 19. 

Disturbances in Ghalkidike. 

286. The Stagiritai, Stolioi, Sermylieis, Aphytaioi, Skio- 
naioi, Mendaioi, Toronaioi absent from C. I. A. i. 244 (II. 19). 

Policy of the Athenians in Ionia &c. 

Miletos. 

[Xen.] Resp. Ath. iii. n. See above 1. 145. 
C. I. A. iv. 22 a. See above I. 129. 

State of Ionia. 

Teos about 470 B. c. 
286 a. C. I. G. 3044. Hicks, Gr. Hist. Inscr. no. 16. 

Halikarnassos in the time of Herodotos. 

287. Ditt. Syll. 5 = Hicks, Gr. Hist. Inscr. no. 21 = /. G. A. 
500 = Gk. Inscr. in Brit. Mus. pt. iv. no. 886 : Ta8e 6 <rv\Xo[yo}$ 
e/3oAevo-aTO o ' ^AA.tKapvaT[ea)]z; /cat SaA/xa/areW /cat Auy[8a]fxt? V 
TTJI iprj[i\ ayopiji, fj.r]vb[s 'Ejpjutatwi/o? Treju-'Trrrjt iora/^[i>o \irl Aeo^ro? 
7rpvrai>[evov]To[s r]6 'OaTaTto? /ca[t] 2a[pvTw]XX[o r]6 0et/cvtAco^e . 
ot . . [ros- 1] fj,[vr)]iJiovas' /ut?] Trap[a]bLbo[(r0aL\ /xTJfre] yrji; /utrjie otK[t]a rot? 

Sea) ro Av[y5]a/ito? /x^77/utor[e]vorro? Kat 

lz;ajowa> TO Kao-^ScoAXto? Kat 2[aA]/xaKtr^(or jowrj/xoyevoWa)^ MJeya- 
TO 'A^vao-toj /ca[t ^oj/ojuitco^o? TO n[a]rvaTtoj. r)z; 6[e TI]S 
yrj[$ rf\ outcoz;, 7rt/caA[et]Ta) ei; OKTO> Ka[t 6e]Ka 



282-290.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 151 



ro]s StKaoras o r[t] av ol fj,v^o[vS e]i8e'a>crii;, TOVTO Kaprepoy eVaft. 
rjv] be rts v(TTpov eTTtKaArjt rou[ro] ro ^povo r&v OKra> Kat SeOca 
\fjLff\vQvj opKov vai ran z>ejuojueVa>[t Tj?)y yrjv 77 ra otK[t]a' opKOv be 
r[ds] 8tKa0Tas 77jut[]Kroz; Scfaf^^vo]?. roz> 8e opKov et[r]at iraptovros 

[TO }v(TTr) KOTOS' KCLpTpOS 8' tZ^at y[r?9 K]tti OlKLtoV, o'lTLVS TOT* 

ore 'AfTToXjAcoz/tST/s Kat rTaz/ajotVT]? e/xi^jLio[^e?;]o^, et /u^ v 

aTT7repa(rav. [TO]V vo^ov TOVTOV TJV rt? 6eX7]L [<jvy\ 

\l/fj(l)ov wore ju[^ et]z/at r6y vopov TOVTOV, ra eoV[ra] 

xat ra>7ro'AAcoz{os] eti'at tepa Kat CLVTOV (f)tvyv a[et], ^v 8e /ur) 171 

a^rwt a^ta SeKa [orajrrypcoz;, CLVTOV [TrjeTrp^cr^at CTT' [f^ajycoyTyt Kat 



r[ovr?]a>t \v$pov evai 05 
ra o3Kta eraxoi; Kat a> 



Letters r(y)O(^)l<A{A)M^O(o)n^Y^t(^)T(o-o-)n and 

The Kleruchies. 

- A feature of the Periklean Policy. 
Plut. Per. ii. See V. 80. 



288. Diod. xi. 88 : 'Eir' ap^ovTos 5' 'A0TJjn7<Tt Avo-tK/oarous . . . 
ITepiKArj? 6 rwz; 'ABrjvatov o-rparr/yos ... (3) eA0a>z; t? XeppoVr^croi;, 
XtAtotj rwi> TTO\LT&V KaTKXf]poi>xr]o- TT\V \u>pav. a/ua 8e rovrot? 
7rpaTTOjjLVois ToA/xtSi]? 6 crepes o-rparr^yo? ets rr)y EfySotaz; TrapeA^a)^ 
aAAot? x l ^^ ot? TroAtrat? * * * rr)z> rcSi^ Naftcoi; y^z; 8teVet/ote. 

289. Andoc. 3 c?6 Pac. 9 : Kat XeppoVrjo-oV re et^o/xei' Kal 
Nafoy Kat EvfBoias TrAe'oy r) ra 8uo /^e'pry. 

Plut. P^r. ii. See below V. 89. 

290. Plut. Per. 19: T<3i> 5e (TTpaTriyi&v riyaTrrjOr] juey 17 Trept 
Xeppovrjcrov CLVTOV /utciAto-ra, (ra>r?]pios yerojueVrj rots avToOi Karot- 
Kouo-t rwi> f EAAri^a)^' ov yap IJLOVOV eTrotKOUs 'A^^vata)^ \iXtovs 
KOjuttVas eppcoo-e^ evavbpiq ras 7ro r Aets ; dAAa Kat r6i> avytva ^tafooo-as 
epv^ao-t Kat Trpo/SATJjuaa-tz/ eK ^aAarrrjs ets ^aAarrav aTreret'xKre Tas 
Kara^pojtxas r<Sz/ QpqK&v 7reptKe)(V|oieVa)Z> rr^ Xeppo^(ra) Kat -TroAejuo^ 
ez>o"eAe)(77 Kat /3apw efe / KAet(rez', co o-wet'x*ro Trai'ra roz; y^povov fj 
X^pa /3apj8aptKats ai/a/me/xtyjue^rj yetrz-'tao-eo"t Kat ye/xovcra Ar/ 

6fJi6pa)V Kat (JVi'OtKCOZ/. 



152 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



Tribute of the District. 

291. Xep/weo-trai. C. I. A. i. 231 i. 1 6. See II. 6. 
C. I. A. i. 232 iii. 10. See II. 7. 

C. I. A. i. 233 i. 1 8. See II. 8. 

C. I. A. i. 233 i. 3 c. See II. 8. 

C. I. A. i. 236 fr. 71. 5. See II. 11. 
3) C. I. A. i. 238 ii. 13. See II. 13. 

C. I. A. i. 242 v. 9, 10. See II. 17. 

'EAcuoVtoi. C. I. A. i. 233 i. 1 6 b. See II. 8. 
C. I. A. i. 233 i. 12 c. See II. 8. 

C. I. A. i. 234 v. 27. See II. 9. 

C. I. A. i. 235 i. 7 b. See II. 10. 

C. I. A. i. 235 iv. 19 c. See II. 1O. 

C. I. A. i. 236 i. 5 b. See II. 11. 

C. I. A. i. 236 fr. 71. 9. Seell. 11. 

C. I. A. i. 238 ii. 15. See II. 13. 

C. I. A. i. 242 iv. ii. See II. 17. 

C. I. A. i. 233 i. 9 c. See II. 8. 
C. I. A. i. 234 v. 30. See II. 9. 
C. I. A. i. 238 ii. ii. See II. 13. 
C. I. A. i. 242 iv. 6. See II. 17. 
C. I. A. i. 234 v. 25. See II. 9. 
., C. I. A. i. 236 fr. 71. 6. See II. 11. 

C.I. A. i. 242 iv. 8. See II. 17. 
2eWioi. C. I. A. i. 234 v. 31. See II. 9. 
C. I. A. i. 235 iv. 20 c. See II. 10. 

C. I. A. i. 236 fr. 71. 7. Seell. 11. 
C. I. A. i. 238 ii. 10. See II. 13. 

C. I. A. i. 242 iv. 7. See II. 17. 
MaSimoi. C. I. A. i. 236 fr. 71. 8. See II. 11. 
C. I. A. i. 238 ii. 12. See II. 13. 

C. I. A. i. 242 iv. 5. See II. 17. 
'Ayopaioi. C. I. A. i. 238 ii. 14. See II. 13. 

Previous History of Chersonesos. 
See above 22, 23. 



291-297.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 153 

Lemnos and Imbros. 
292. C. I. A. i. 443 : Arj/myfoz; ey 



K.r.A. K.r.A. 

Letters A and |~, MPUN and Al 
293. C. I. A. i. 444 : ' 



A o/oo'0eo? 



Samian hostages deposited in Lemnos. 

294. Thuc. i. 115. 3. See also above, 238, 239. 

Lemnians and Imbrians as allies. 

295. Thuc. vii. 57. 2. 

Tribute of Lemnos (Hephaistioi, Myrinaioi) and Imbros. 

296. C. I. A. i. 227 iii. 7 b. See II. 2. 
(7. /. 4. i. 228 i. 3. See II. 3. 

C. I. A. i. 233 i. 8 c. See II. 8. 

C. LA. i. 233 ii. 23 0-25 c. See II. 8. 

C. 1. A. i. 238 v. 35-37. See II. 13. 

The Pontic Expedition. 

297. Pint. Per. 20 : Eis 8e rdi> HoWou etV7rAet;o-as oro'A.a> 
/xeyaAa) KCU KeKoo-/jtT/jute^w Aa/XTjyxSs rats /xez> 'EAAryznVt 

eoz;ro 8ieTT/3aaro KCU Trpoa-rjvexOr] (f)L\av0ptoTT(DS, rots 5e 
/3apj3apots tQvtan KOL (3ao-L\variv am&v K.CLI duz^ao-rats 7re6etaro j>ie 
ro /xeye^os /cat rrjy ^Setar Kat r6 Odpaos fj 



TreOcrt 8e rptcrKat5Ka j>ai)s aTreAtTre /otera Aajtxax ^ Ka ' crrpartwras 
eTrt Ttju?;(TtAea)z; rvpavvov. exTrea-oVros o"e rovrou Kat rwz; cratpcoi; 
TT\IV e^s DtvcoTrryi' 'AOrjvaiwv e0eA.oyras efaKoo-tovs Kat 



154 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



(rvyK.aTOiK.tlv 2ii>o>7rewi, z/eijuajueoi>s ot/aa? /cat x.>pav, r]v irporepov 

OL TVpCLVVOL KO.Te'iX.OV. 

Athenian relations with Pantos. 



298. Aesch. 3 in Ctes. 171: TvXav TIV CK Kepa^etov. ovros 
irpobovs TOI? TToAejuiois Nu//</>cuoz> TO kv rw ITo^rcj), ror T??S Tro'Aeco? 
e)(ovo"i7s TO yj&piov TOVTO, <uyaj ex TT)? TroAeco? eyeVeTO Oavarov Kara- 
yva)ar0VTos avTOV, rrjv Kpiviv ov^ VTTOjutet/'aj, KCU a(f)iKViTai, ets 
Kaxet A.aju/3ai>ei Scopeav Trapa T0y rvpavvav TOVS w 



Of. Dem. 20 m Z^. 31, 32. Lys. 16 pro l/6m. 4. Isocr. 
17 Trap. 3, 4, 57. Plut. Jristf. 26 (see below VI. 63). 



The Thrakian and Skythian Kings and their dominions. 
Teres and Ariapeithes. 

299. Hdt. iv. 78-80. Thuc. ii. 29; 95. i ; 96; 97. Xen. 
Anab. vii. 2. 22. 

Lamachos again in the Pontic district. 

300. Thuc. iv. 75. I. 

301. Justin, xvi. 3. 9 : Cum rerum potirentur Athenienses 
victisque Persis Graeciae et Asiae tributum in tutelam classis 
descripsissent, omnibus eupide ad praesidium salutis suae 
conferentibus soli Heracleenses ob amieitiam regum Persicorum 
conlationem abnuerant. (10) missus itaque ab Atheniensibus 
Lamachus cum exercitu ad extorquenduin quod negabatur 
dum relict is in litore navibus agros Heracleensium populatur, 
classem cum maiore parte exercitus naufragio repentinae 
tempestatis amisit. (u) itaque cum neque mari posset, 
amissis navibus, neque terra auderet cum parva manu inter 
tot ferocissimas gentes reverti, Heracleenses honestiorem bene- 
ticii quain ultionis occasionem rati instructos commeatibus 
auxiliisque dimittunt, (i 2) bene agrorum suorum populationem 
impensam existimantes, si quos hostes habuerant amicos 
reddidissent. 

Colonies at Amisos and Astakos. 



302. Strab. xii. 3. 14 (547): &rj(rl 8e avr^v ('Apio-ov) 0eo7ro/x7roy 
(fr. 202 F. H. G. i. 312), irpwTOVs MiAr^o-tovj KTtVat * * 



298-306.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 155 



apyjovra, rpirov 6* inf ' A6r)voK\eovs Kal 'A^TjiWcoz; e7roi/a<r- 
0i(rav, Yleipaia juerorojuao-^^at. 

Cf. Plut. iwcwW. 19. Appian, J9eZZ. Mith. 83. 

303. Com o/ Amisos under the name Peiraieus. 

Obv. Female head (the Tyche of the city ?) 1. wearing turreted 
Stephanos ornamented with floral devices, earring and necklace. 

Rev. Owl facing, standing on shield ; beneath shield PEI PA ; 
beneath owl's wings HfH Af fc 5-41 grammes. 

Wroth, Brit. Mus. Cat. of Gk. Coins, Pontus, p. 13, pi. ii. 9. 

Astakos. 

G.I. A. i. 22611. 8b. Seen. 1. 
C. I. A. i. 230 iv. 10 b. See II. 5. 

304. Strab. xii. 4. 2 (563) : "ETretr* e/cSe'xerat rqv r&v XaAjcrj- 
bovitov tjova 6 'Ao-TaKrjvos KaXo^jue^oj KoX-Tro?, fjulpos &v TTJS TlpoTrov- 
ribos . . . jjv 5' V avro) ra> KoAvrw Kal 'AoraKos iroAiy, Mcyopecov 

KOL 'AOrjvaitoV KOL juera rafira Aot6aA<ro{;, a<^>' ^? Kal 6 KO'XTTO? 



Athenians in the Northern Euxine. 

The Kimmerian Bosporos and its kings. 
305. Diod. xii. 31 : 'ETT J ap\ovros 8' 'A^^crt eodwpoi; . . . 



Kara e TTV a-tav ot roi; ij 

dro/zao-^eWe? 8e 'Ap)(ata^aKTt8at, rip^av er?j 8vo TT/OOJ rot? rerrapa- 

KOVTCL' 8te8efaro 8e TTJI' apx^ ^-Tra/oraKO?, Kal ^pfez/' err] 

Settlement of the Athenians. 
Aesch. 3 m O^es. 171. See above 294. 
306. Strab. vii. 4. 4 (309) : Mera Se rrjy optivr]v rr/i> 
77 0eo8oo-ta Keirat 770X19 irtbiov evyecoz; fyova-a Kal Atjuera z/aval Kal 

KCLTOV TUTTJ$LOV' OVTOS OpOJ ijj; TTpOTtpOV TTJS T&V BO(TTrOp{.av5)V 

Kal Tavpcov yrjy Kal 77 ef?J9 5' e0rh> evyccos x^P a M^XP 1 navrtKa- 
Traiov, r% jutTjrpoTroXecos rcSv Bo(T7roptai;c3v ibpvfievris 7rl rco (rro/xart 
TTJS Matcort8o9. eart 8e ro /xerav TTJ? 0eo8o(rtas Kal roO 
(rrabttav Trepl Tre^raKOo-i'a)^ Kal rpiaK-ovra, \<*>pa irao-a 

Kal TroAtz; ev\{fJLVOv rb Nu/x<aioi> Ka\ov(jivov. TO 



156 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



HavT LKcnraiov Ao$o? eort Travrrj TrcpioLKov^evos V KVK\<*> 
etKoor Ttpos eco 8' Ixct-Atp&a Kat vevpia oaov rptaKozrra vt&v, 
be KOI aKpoKoXw KTiCT^a 8' eort M/A^o-tcoz^. tpovapy^ti 
VTTO bvvaorT&v T&V TTpl AVK(i)va Kat Sarvpov Kat 
re Kat at Tr\r]cn6)^MpoL KarotKtat Traaat at "Trept TO oro/ia r?;? 
MatcurtSos eKarepco^ev />txpt ITatptaradou roi; Mt^pt8ar?7 7rapa8oVroj 
r^y apx^. cKoXouvTo 8e Tvpavvoi, KatVep ot TrXetovs CTrtetKets 
yeyorores, dpfa//ei'ot aTro ITatptcraSou Kat ACVKWVOS. TTatpto-a^rjs e 

Kat ^60? VCVOfJLKTTCLL. 

307. Harpocr. ^v^aiov' Al^Cvrjs kv rw Kara KTr?o-i</) OTTO'S 
(^rja-t " Nv^aiov TO h IloVrw." Kparepos 8e (/r. 12 F. H. G. ii. 
622) ei^ ^' rw^ ^(picr^aT^v <j>r](rlv ort 'AOrjvaiois TO N^ju^atoz; ereAet 
Eadem Photius et Suidas. 



Tribute of this district. 

308. 6 f . I. A i. 37 : 

fr. z""*2. 

TT NtJ^otoif?] 

TT '[EpaKAeta?]. 

/r. z' /w ^7. 

T T-- 

TT M-- 

T J 0[A/3t'a] 

10 TT Tfvpas] 

T 

XX 

XX 

XX 
15 X IIaT[pavs] 

- - Kep[a0-Ss] 



Subsequent relations of Athens with Bosporos. 

309. Dittenberger, Syll. 101. Dinarch. in Dem. 43. Isocr. 
17 Tro>. 57. Dem. ^o in Lept. 29-32. Diod. xii. 31. 

The Toll at the Hellespont. 
C. I. A. i. 32 A vv. 4 if. See below V. 155. 



307-314] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 157 



310. C. I. A. i. 40 vv. 32 ff. : v E6ox<rei; ret /3oAet /cat [rot 
'jlTrTToffllofims 1 e]7T/)urdVeve, Meya/cAeiSes [eypa/x/zdreu]e, NI[K]O [ ..... 
e]7T6(rrdre. KAeoVvjuo? cure' M[e0oz>aiots] e[t]z;[at re] x[o-6.]yV ey 
Bu^azm'o crtro ^\[p L aKrx]iAioi/ fjitbifjivov TO eznauro e/caoro *ot 
[re 'EAAeo-TTJOFroc/wAaKe? jue're carol /coAuoVroz; exo-dyer ju[eVe aAjAoz; 
eoVroy KoA^ezJ e evOvv^crOov {JLVpiaLcn bp[axjJLai(T]LV e'Kacrroj. ypa0(ra- 
6e Trpos ro? 'EAXeo-7r[o^ro]^)7;AaKas ex^yefi;] ^e'xpt ro reray- 
Vo. a^tfjiios [8e eV]ro Kat e z^aus e exo-ciyoo-a. 
Cf. Xen. Hell. i. i. 22. Diod. xiii. 64. 2. 



Kleruchy in Euboia. 
Diod. xi. 88. 3. See above 288. 

311. Paus. i. 27. 5: f/ Torepoz> 8e &> 
(ToA/xt6r]j), eo-rjyaye yikv es Ei/^Sotai; Kat Ndfor 

/c.r.A. 

312. (7. /. A. i. 339 : Tes ctTrotfKtas] | res ey J Ep[erptaz/]. 

TVo^. es v Ep[eo-oz;] P. Fischer, Quaest. de Ath. Soc. Hist. p. 28. 

313. C. I. A. i. 447 (li 8 ^ f slain) i. 13, 14: KaAAt-rnroj | 



Tribute. 

314. XaAia5es. See II. 16 a, 7. 
'Eperptes. See II. 16 a, 11. 
Kapvo-rtot. C. I. A. i. 229 i. lib. See II. 4. 
C. I. A. i. 230 iv. 20 b. See II. 5. 
C. I. A. i. 233 ii. 9 b. See II. 8. 
C. I. A. i. 237 v. 20. See II. 12. 
Srvpes. C. I. A. i. 230 iv. 22 b. See II. 5. 

C. I. A. i. 236 v: 6 c. See II. 11. 

'A0ei>atot ('A0eVat Aiddejj. C. I. A. i. 23 1 v. 20. See II. 6. 

C.LA.i. 236 v. ;c. See II. 11. 
0. 1. J. i.237v. 26. See II. 12. 

Bpwx*is (rpuz/xes-). C. /. A i. 229 i. I2b. See II. 4. 
C. I. A. i. 231 v. 12. See II. 6. 
C. I. A. i. 236 v. 8 c. See II. 11. 
C. I. A. i. 237 v. 21. See II. 12. 
Ate?. C. I. A. i. 231 iv. 15. See II. 6. 

C. I. A. i. 233 ii. 45. See II. 8. 
'Eartatej. C. I. A. i. 233 ii. 3^. See II. 8. 



158 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



The Kleruchy in Naxos. 

315. Diod. xi. 88. 3. See above 288. 
Plut. Per. ii. See below V. 89. 
Pans. i. 27. 5. See above 311. 

C. I. A. i. 233 ii. 8b. See II. 8. 
C. I. A. i. 244 i. 71. See II. 19. 

The Kleruchy in Andros. 
Plut. Per. ii. See below V. 89. 

The Tribute lowered. 

316. C. I. A. i. 229 v. 26. See II. 4. 
C. I. A. i. 230 iv. 16 b. See II. 5. 

Brea in Thrace. 
Plut. Per. ii. See below V. 89. 

317. C.I. A. i. 31 ; Ditt. Syll. 12 : (A) ..... CKOJ b &v <t>a[tvei 
| ypa<|>erai, eo-]ayeYo. lay 8e ea-ayet, eyex[vpafe|ro wr . .] 6 <f>cva? 

-Trofijuzna | de atyo]y avroTs Tiapaa-yovTov 'ot 

eu>ro]ts 
5e * 



T[OV TV yv. Ae/xjoxXetSez; Se Karacrrea'at reu 



az; 



ro/)a KaOoTi a^ 8werat afptara. T a 6e T6/ot]e'i>e ra tyjreipe^tva ear, 
Ka^af-Trep eor|i Kat a\]Aa /ue T^evt&v. (3ovv 8e Kal [7rpo/3ara | bvo 
a7ia]yV es TTara^^ata ra /xeyaAfa Kat e? A|iori;(rt]a <f)a\\6v. tav 
be rts eTTto-rpa^evet C7r|l rev ye]v rtv rov aTrotKO^, /3oe0e> ra[s TroAes 
| *o? oyo"v\Tara Kara ra? -^arvy-ypa^as, *a[t CTTI ......... ]ro ypa/a- 

jaarevo^ros eyeVo^fro wept r|oy 7roAe]oi; ror e-7rt 0patKe?. ypa^xrat 
8[e rawra | tv o-reX]et Kat Kara^e^at e/x -TroAef ;ra[pa(rxo 
<TT\V *ot aTrotKot (7^)oz/ afvToy re'|Aeo-iy. e]az; 6^ rt? 
rrapa re[y o-re'A|ey I *pe]rop ayopevet e Trpoo-KaAeo-^aft eyxep|et 
peV0at e Xvev TL rov *e^)o-e^)i[o-/xe / ^oy, an/xoy] evat avror Kat 
roy ex? [eKetVo | Kat ra x]p V ara Se/xoVta ei'at Kat res [0eo ro e|7rt- 
&e*Ka]roj>, ea/a jute* rt aiirot 'ot a7rotK[ot Trept | (r<pov 8e]ovrat. : : 'ocrot 
6' ay ypa^o-oyra[t e7rotK|e'(rcy rojy o-rpartoroy, 



315-323.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 159 



oy e/x Bpe'at eVat 

$ TV aTTOlKlCLV Tpld[KOVTCL \[JLpOV. A]l(T^ivV 6~ O.KO\OV0OVTa CL7IO- 

[6"t8oVajt ra \p^]jJiaTa. 

(B) [&avTOK\s enre' Trept | [fji^v res 6j BpeW d 
AejuoKA|[e]io"es cure. 4>az^roKA|[a] 8e Tr/oocrayayei; 



Kat f|[v]ytroi; teVai ros a7ro|[t]KOj. 
Letters 



318. Steph. Byz. : Bpea, TroXt? [0paKr;s], et? ^ CLTTOLKLCLV eara- 
Aa^ro 'A^^z^atot. TO tQvmov ea Bpearrjs. ecrrt 6e Bpeato?, Trapa 
eoTrojUTro) etKoorrw rptrw. 

319. Hesych. : Bpea' Kpartros (/r. 395 Kock i. 121) 
rfjs es Bpeaz/ aTrotKtay. eort 6e TroAts 0paKtaj, et? ^ ' 



Supposed Kleruchy at Kolophon. 

320. 0. 7. A. i. 13 : Vs. 6. T]oty KoAo<o[Woiy, vs. 8. otKiarat 
Kara, vs. JO. - - o Kat /3oAewo - -, vs. 1 1. Trejpt TOV bf^ov [rbv 
'AOevaiov - -, vs. 12. v Kat OVK a7roo-r[eo-o/xat 'A^eratW , 
vs. 13. o#re A]oyo[t] OVT epfyot - -, vs. 14. K]at c^tAeVo ro - -, 
vs. 15. - - eo-o Kat Se/xo - -, vs. 1 6. o#r' ajtros eyo OVT a[AAot 
Treto-ojutat - - vs. 2O, 21. - - Kat et /ue'z; rt ro^roz/] 7rapa^atVot/x[t, 
e^o'Ae? etez; Kat a^ros Kat ye]i/o? ro ejuoV, [ct 5e - -, vs. 22. etc /z]ot 
7ro[A]A[a] Kat [dya^a]. 

Letters 



a /. ^L. i. 228 v. TO. See II. 3. 
C. I. A. i. 234 i. 10. See II. 9. 

321. Thuc. iii. 34. i. 

The Athenians and the West. 
TJiemistoldes' designs on and relations with the West. 

322. Hdt. viii. 62. Thuc. i. 136. 

323. Plut. Them. 1 1 : " Et 5' oWe Sevrepov ^as -rrpoSoVres, 
Treuo-erat rt? c EAA?jz/cozJ 'AOrjvatovs Kat Tro'Atv eAev^epav Kat 
ov eiova KeKrrjxeVous s aTraAov." raOra ro 




160 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 



KAeous etTToVros tvvoia KOI 5eos ecr^e TOV EvpvpLdbqv TU>V 
jjiYf (rtyas aTroAetTroyres ofyovTai. 

Pint. Them. 32. See below VI. 30. 

Ibid. 24. See below VI. 29. 

324. Corn. Nep. Them, i : Pater ems Neocles generosus 
fuit. is uxorem Acarnanam civem duxit, ex qua natus est 
Themistocles. 

Athenian trade with the West. 

325. Athen. i. 27 D, E (Hermipp. Phorm. fr. 63) ; 28 A 
(Pindar, fr. 106 B 4 , Critias fr. i B, Antiphanes ii. 171 K.). 
Steph. Byz. FaSetpa (Eupolis Mar. fr. 186). Pollux 7. 86 
(Cratin. i^om. fr. 131 K. p. 54). Ar. Vesp. 836-838. Aesch. 
Eum. 570-572. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. ii. 7 (see above 186). Plin. 
N. H. xviii. 12 (63). 

Athenian designs on Sicily, &c. 
Plut. Per. 20. See below V. 93. 

326. Id. Alcib. 17: 2tKeAta? 8e KCU HepLKXeovs en f<3yros 

vaioL KCLL reA.eurrjo-azm)j rjirrovTO, KOL raj Xeyo/utei'aj 
Kat (rv^a^ia^ e7re//7roi/ l/cao-rore rot? adiKOD/xeVoi? VTTO 
v fTTifidOpas rr/? jutet^ovo? orparetas nOivrts. 6 be 
TOV epcora rouro^ a^a^Ae^a? avr&v KO! ^etVa? ju^ Kara 
/xr^5e Kara fjLiKpov, aAAa /xeyaAw (rroAa) TrAevcrarra 
Kat KaraoTpe'(e(r0at r^z; vij(rov, 'AAKt/StaS^j ^, roV re b 
avros re /ixetforcov 6/>eyo/xez>o9. 



Negotiations with Segesta. 

327. (7. /. J.. iv. 22k, p. 58 : Tots Trap'] 'Eye(mu[oi> 7rpe'<r/3eo-i 

M]tKtVo, 'ATT[ ...... ---- e8o)((rez>] ret jSoAet [Kat rot 

---- ts eTrpurayeue, ---- eypajut]/jtarei>e, 'Ap[ ------ - 

----- 'AAtjKuat'ois e]7Tt ------- ] ra Trpos 'A^[-?]z;atos ------ 

TOV ypa/z/xare'a res ^JoAes d^ayfpa^xrat ------ ] wept '[AAtKuatov]? 

328. Diod. xi. 86. 2 : Kara 6"e TTJV 2tKeAtav 'Eyeo-ratots Kat 
AiA.u/3atrais kvicrrr\ 7roAe//.os wept x.copas ri/s Trpos TO> 
TTorajuw* yevo/zeVqs Se /xa^ 1 ?? to*xvpas avvefir} -rroAAovs Trap' 

pots avatptOrjvcu Kat rrjs ^)tAortjatas ju^ A^fat ras woAets. 



324-337.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 161 



The Roman Ambassadors at Athens. 

329. Dion. Hal. Ant. Rom. x. 51 (Titus Romilius loq.): 
Kec/>aAaioz> 8 1 tcrrlv Stv vfj.lv -TrapaiixS, TrpeV/Seis eAeV0ai, rovs jtxev et? 

TroAets raj kv 'IraAta, rov? 8' ets 'Afl^as* otrii/ey, 
Trapa r<Si> c EAA?7i>a)i> roi/s /cpariorous VOJJLOVS KOL /utaAtora 

rot? f)fjLTpois apfjiOTTovTas (3 LOIS, ot<rou(7i 8e/)o. [Spurio Tarpeio 

Aulo Terminio coss.] 

330. /5i(i. 54 [L. Menenio P. Sestio coss.] : 'Ei; 5e rw avro> 
KCU/)<O Trapeytvoi'TO CLTTO re 'AOrjv&v KCU r&v tv 'IraAotj ' 

TToAew^ ot 7r/>eV/3eis, (j)povTs TOVS voy,ov 

331. 7Z>^cZ. 57 : Ta> 5' erj? eret . . . ot 

i'0/ious ex re raiz/ 'EAArj^tKci)^ vofJL&v xat rwy irapa orcfrKTLV avrots 
aypd(f)(ji)v e^i(7/xc3i/, irpovOrjKav v de^a SeArots K.r.A. 

332. Plin. JV. 5". xxxiv. 5. 21 : Fuit et Hermodori Ephesii 
(statua) in comitio, legum quas decemviri scribebant inter- 
pretis, publice dicata. 

333. Pomponius, de orig. iuris (ed. Osannus) 4: Placuit 
publica auctoritate decem constitui viros, per quos peterentur 
leges a Graecis civitatibus. . . . Leges duodecim tabularum, 
quarum ferendarum auctorem fuisse decem viris Hermodorum 
quendam Ephesium, exulantem in Italia, quidam rettulerunt. 

334. Liv. iii. 31 : (Sp. Tarpeio, A. Aternio coss.) . . . missi 
legati Athenas Sp. Postumius Albus, A. Manlius, P. Sulpicius 
Camerinus, iussique inclitas leges Solonis describere, et 
aliarum Graeciae civitatium instituta, mores iuraque noscere 
. . . (32) . . . consules C. Menenius, P. Sestius Capitolinus . . . 
iam redierant legati cum Atticis legibus, &c. 

335. Cic. de legg. ii. 25. 64: Postea, quum, ut scribit 
Phalereus, sumptuosa fieri funera, et lamentabilia coepissent, 
Solonis lege sublata sunt. quam legem eisdem prope verbis 
nostri decemviri in decimam tabulam coniecerunt, &c. 

336. Strab. xiv. I. 25(642): Ao/cet 5' ovro? 6 avrjp (scil.'Epfjio- 
6&)po?) ro/xovs Tivas 'Pcojutatot? crvyypa^at. 

Cf. Diog. Laert. ix. T. 2. Cic. Tusc. v. 36. 105. 

337. Eusebius^Tltf. 484. 6): No/xou? ex rrjs 'EAAagoj'Pco/xaiot 
/uereo-retAai'ro, d<* &v ra? 



162 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 

Hieron. 01. 82. 2: Roman! per legates ab Atheniensibus 
iura petierunt ex quibus duodecim tabulae conscribtae. 

Thurioi. 

The Sybarites at Skidros and Laos. 

338. Hdt. vi. 21. 

339. Strab. vi. I. I (253)-' Mera 8e HVOVVTCL Aao? KO'ATTO? KOI 
Trora/xo? /cat iroAts, co-xdrrj TO>I> AUKai>t8coz>, jjiiKpbv virep rrjs 



340. /frid. 1 3 (263) : 'TTTO /ixeWot rpvtyrjs /cat vfipfas aTravav rr)v 



\6vT$ yap TJ]V noXiv ttrriyayov TOV iroTafjibv /cat KaT^K\vaav. 

6' Ot 7TpLyVOIJLVOl, (TVVX66vTS 7T(pKOVV O\tyOt, \pOVti) 8e Kat OVTOL 

virb 'AOrjvaitov Kat aAAcou 'EAArj^a)^, ot 



o-az;ro . . . rr]v be -TroAty et? Tpov TOTTOV [j.T0r)Kav 

s TTpoa-rjyopeva-av a77o KpTJ^y 6fjKt>vvfJiov. 
341. Diod, xi. 48. 3 : c lepa>z> 6e 6 jSao-tAevj rwz^ 



vboKijjLovvra Trapa rots IZvpaKocrioLs, Kat VOfJiifav avrbv 

rrjs ^Sao'tAetaj, etrTreuSe^ eKTroo'cbz' TTOLrjaacrOaLj avros 8e 
v Kal Trept a^rov (rvo-rrj^a tva>v TtapavKtvafav V 
KaOe&w rr]V fiao-iXtiav. (4) 8to Kat 

VTTO KpOTtoVLCLT&V KO.I beOjJL^V 

els TJ]V aTpaTiav, f} 

avrbv VTTO ru>v Kporco^tara)!' dratpe^rjo'(r^at. (5) 
rov 6e rtoAvf?iAoi> Trpoj r^v (TTpaTtCav ofy viraKova-avTos 8ta 
T7)y prjOtlcrav VTTO\l/iav, 6t' opyryj t)(e Toy aA(oi>, Kat (frvyovros 
0?jpa)z;a roi> 'AKpayavrivaiv rvpavvov, KaraTroAe/x^a-at 



Find. OZ. ii. 29 Schol. See below VIII. 38. 

Foundation and History of New Sybaris. 

Strab. vi. i. 13 (263). See 340. 

342. Diod. xi. 90. 3 (*Ap\ovTos Auo-tKpdrou?) : Kara 8e ryv 
'IraAtaz^ /xerd TTJV K.a.ra(TK.a(^j]v r^s 2uj8dpea)s VTTO T&V Kportortaraii' 
ij(TTpov Tcriv OKTa> TTpos rot? TTfVT^KovTa 0erraAos <rwayayci>z> TOI/S 

WKt(T T 



338-346.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 163 

ava /txeVoy TTOTafJi&v bvolvj TOV re 2v/3apio? KCLL Kpatfios. (4) ayaOr\v 



rr/z> TToXiv rr] dXtya TraXiz; eeVeo-oz> eK TTJS Su/Stipea)?' Trept (5i> ra 
Kara f/e'pos avaypa^ai Tretpao-ojae^a Kara r^v ^o^vr]v (BifiXov. 
343. JcZ. xii. IO. 2 : "Tore/ooy Se Irecrty OKTO> Trpos roij 
0erra\ot x vwifKUrav, Kal /W,T' oXtyoi; vTrd Kporconarwj; 

T(TLV V(TTpOV TOV bVTpOV aVVOLKL(TIJ.Ov] KCITO. TOVS 

Kaipovs [CTT* ap^ovTos 8* 'A6rivr]<rt, Ka\\ifjia\ov 



344. Scymnus Chius, Descr. Orb. 356 : 

Kporamarat irXqariov 8e K6t/aez^ot 
Kara K/aaros avrov? Tfpav ei; /3pa^e? 
ra irdvTa biafjifivavras airrata-T^f Irr; 
c^y KCLTOV fvtvTjKovra irpos rots ctKoo-t. 

345. Coin of Sybaris, B.C. 453-448. 

. Poseidon striking to right with trident. 
. ASVM Bull to right. 

^ 1*14 grammes. 
Brit. Mus. Cat., Italy, Sybaris 38. 

Foundation of Thurioi by the Athenians. 

Plut. Per. ii. See below V. 89. 

346. Diod. xii. 10. 3 : Kat ^cra /3paxv fierao-ra^etcra ei? e'repor 
roTroz/ Trpo<rr]yop{a$ er^pas erv^f) Krtorrd)^ y/o)uera)^ Aa/txTrcoros Kal 

irov rovrov r6v Tpoirov. ol yap r6 VTpov CKTreo-oWey CK r^s 
aptrat 7rpe'0-/3ei9 eTre^ar et? r^z; 'EXXa8a -rrpos AaK- 
baifjiovtovs KOL 'AOrtvaCovs, CLIOVVTS o-vvrntXafieo-Oai rrjs KaOobov Kat 
Koirawrjo-at r?)? aTrotKtas. (4) AaK8a6/btoViot juey ow ov 
avrot?, 'Aflrjyatoi 8e arv^Trpa^iv eTrayyetAajuerot, Ka rau? 
res aTrecrreiXa^ rols St^aptrat?, oSi' ^yetro Aa/U7ra)^ re Kal H 
GK.ripvav 8e Kara ras e^ rieXoTroi/^o-a) TroXet? KOivoiroLov^fvoL rr\v 
airoLKiav rw j8ovXo/uteW /mere^ety rrjj aTrotKtay. (5) viraKOva-dvTtov 
8e TroXXwr Kat Xafiovrwv \pt](rp.6v Trapa ro(5 'ATroXXcoros, on Set 
KrtVat Tro'XizJ avroi)j ez; rovrw rw roVo;, OTTOV fj,t\\ov<nv oiKtlv juerpioi/ 
vtvovres, a/oterpl 8e pafav edoyrey, KareVXevcra^ et? r^i; 'IraXtW, 



1 of <rvy eerraXy ? But see M. Kleinschmit, A'H^. tfw<. z. (7eeA. V. Sylari* 
(Hamburg 1894), p. 24. 

M 2 



164 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill.: 



Kat KCLTaVTri(TaVTS ety TJ]V 2v(3apLV eftfjTOVV TOV TOKOV, OV 6 

7rpo0rerax&>y KarotKeti>. (6) evpo'rrey 8e OVK. airtodzv TTJS 2v/3dpea>y 
v &ovpiav, e\ov(rav avXbv ya.XK.eov, ov KCL\OVV ol 
, rojuto-arrey eu/at rovrov TOV TOTTOV TQV brjXovfJitvov 

1)770 TOV 6OV 7Tpl(3a\OV Tl\OS, Kal KTl(TaUTS 7f6\LV ti)VO}JiacraV CiTlQ 

Trjs Kpr)vr]$ Qovptov. (7) Tr}v 8c TtoXiv bi\6fj,VOL Kara fj-ev JUTJKOS 
ety rerrapa? TrAaretaj, &v KaXovvi TT\V IJLCV piav 'HpaKXetai;, TTJZ; 8e 
'Atypobia-iav, T-qv 8e 'OAv/jt7ria8a, rr)z> 8e Atowo-ta5a, Kara 8e ro TrAaros 
bielhov els rpet? -TrAareta?, wr r; /xer w^ojaao-^ c Hpa>'a, ^ 8e ovpta, 
^ 6e Qovpwa. TOVTMV be T&V o-rez/oo7r<3z> 7T7rAr]pa)juteVa)i; rais otKtat? 
77 -TToAts ftyaivtTO KaAw? KarecrKevao-^at. (ll) oAiyov 8e yjpovov 
6jj,ovori<TavTS ol Qovpiot oracrct /xeyaAry 'TrepteTrecroi' OVK aAoyci)?. ot 
yap TrpovTrcipx ^ 765 Sv^Sapirat ray jotez; d^toAoywraras ap^as eavrot? 
TT/ooo-eVejuoy, ray 6* evreAet? rot? vo-Ttpov Trpoo-yeypajUjue^oiy TroAtrats' 
Kat ra? ywatKay tiiiQvtiv rot? ^tots woi^ro 8etz; irpwra? /xei^ ray 
TroAirtSay, wr^oay 8^ ray joterayei^eorrepay* Trpoy 8e rovroty r?)i; juez; 

r?} rro'Aet \upav K.aTtK.Xt]poi>yovv eavroty, rTjv 
roty eTTTJAvo-i. (2) ye^ojue^ryy 8e 8ta^>opay 8ta ray 
amay, ot Trpoo-ypa^eWey v<TTpov TroAtrat TrAetovy Kat 
oi>rey aiTKTLvav o^bov aTrarray rovy TipouTrapxorray 2uy8aptray, 
Kat rr)i^ Tro'Aiy avrot KaT^Krjaav. TroAA^y 8e ovcrrjs Kat KaA% \topaSj 

K Trjs 'EAAaSoy joteraTrejutx^a/uievot o-ux^ovy, Ste^et'juaz/ro r^v 
Kat r^i/ \topav CTT' to-rjy V[jLov. (3) ot 8e Sta/xeVoi^r 

jueyaAovy eKr?jo-a^ro, Kat -Trpoy roi/y Kporamaray 



biflXov TOVS TToAtray ty 8eKa </>uAay, Kat ray IT poo-myopias 
airdo-ais TrepieOrjKav CK rcov eQv&v, rpety /uez> diro rwi^ eK rieAoTroi;- 
^TJo-ou avvaxOtvTw o^o/xdo-avrey 'ApKa8a Kat 'Axat8a Kat 'HAetaz;, 
ray to-ay 6e d:rd rw^ efco^ez^ ojjLOfOv&v, Botamai/, 'A/x^tKruoi^tSa, 
Acoptga, ray 8e AotTray rerrapay a7rd rwz/ aAAcoy ycv&v, 'Idba, 
' AOijvaiba, Ev/3ot5a, 



Lampon avid the other founders. 
347. Ar. Nubes 331 : 
2J1KPATH2. Ou yap /ua At' oto-0' ori^ TrAeiVrouy aurat (3oo~Kovcri, 



Schol. ac v. 332 : ouptoju^rety . . . ([etTraw yap ort Traz/ray at 
Tpi<j>ovcri TOVS (ro<toray, 7r?Jyay rtVay Kat rtVay. 0oupto- 



347-353.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 165 

jmdVrety 8e ov TOVS and Qovpiov ficWety, dAAd roiiy ety oupior, 
-TTo'Atu StKeAfay, 7re/u(/>0eVray em ra> KT&rat avrfji;' eire^d^o-av be 
8e*/ca avbpes' 8>v KOL AapTTtoV yv 6 jxdVrty, or efrjyrjrT/z; eKaAow. iji; 
6~e Kat Twy 7roAtreuo/>ieVa>z> TroAAaKiy. Ao'youy 8e crwexw 
t? Qovpiov aTTOt/cta?. aA.ou(rr;y yap 
airo Kpijvrjs Qovptas. v AAAa)j.]] [a 
yvojj,eva>v pavTti&v CTTI r^s ets Qovptovs airoLKias K.r.A.] 

348. Ar. J.V. 521 : 

A(ju7ra>z> 5' ojoi^vo-' ert Kal rvyt TOZ; x^'j o*' efaTrara rt. 
Schol. ac? loc. : Adt/z7r&>r 6' ojuwo-t : . . . 6 6e AajUTrco 

Kat fJidvTLs' (w Kat TTJI> et? Svfiapiv T&V 
Lav Hvioi TitpiaTtTovviv, cwTov j\y(](Ta<jQai Ae'yo^re? 
ovra (ruv aAAot? 0'.) 

349. Plut. J\T^c. 5 : Kat 6 /otcJAto-ra raCra crwry)aya>6<3z> Kat 
-Treptrt^ets O-/KOV atrw Kat boav *Iepa)^ ijy, aznjp re^pa/xju^oy 7Tt r?}s 
otKta? rofi NtK^ou Trep^ re ypa^ara Kat /utouo-tK^z; efr;a-K?7/ueVo9 VTT' 
avrou, Trpo(nroioviJLVo$ 6 J vto? e?z/at Atoz/ucrtou ro Xa\Koi; Trpoa-ayo- 

, ou Kat 7rot?}/jiara crooferat, Kat r^j ets 'IraA^az; aTrotKta? 
yero//ero? eKTKre ouptovy. 

350. Plut. P?^aec. #er. mp. xv. 18 (.E'^. 812 D) : ' 
. . . Adfjw&va be Qovpttav otKto-TT]^ efe7re/>t^e^. 

351. Suidas : 0ou/)to/oic{pTety . . . 0ou/oto//,az>ret? 8e ou rouy 
0ou/3toi> juarret?, aAAa rovy ety Qovpwv ire^Oevras. aAovtrrjy yap 
2u/3apea)y 0ouptot K\Yj6rj<rav and Kprjyrjy 0ovptay. efeVe/x^ay 6e 
ety riji; KTLO-LV avr&v *A6r]valoL bena avbpas, &v Kat Aa/xTrcov T^J/ 6 
juai/rty, e^yr^r^y eo-o/xeroy r?jy KnVecoy r^y TroAeooy. 

352. Photius : 0ouptojud^rety* rovy Trept Ad/xTrcoua' r?)^ yap ets 
Svfiapw airoiKLav ol fj.v AafJLTTtoVi avariQeaa-iv' ot 6e He^OKptra)* ol 
8e raJ XaAKtSet Atorucrta)' ot 6e Kaflapiot J r<3 AaKcoz^t, ol 6e 



353. Coin of Sybaris, after the Athenian settlement. 
06v. Head of Athena to right in helmet, decorated with 
olive-wreath. 

.Rev. SYBAPl Bull standing to right, head turned back. 

/R 2-64 grammes. 
Brit. Mus. Cat., Italy, Sybaris 31. 



, Albertus. 






1 66 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch. ill. 

354. Coin of Thurioi. 

Obv. Head of Athena to right in helmet, decorated with 
olive- wreath. 

Rev. OOYPIAN H Bull charging to right. Incuse square. 

/R 15-00 grammes. 
Brit. Mus. Cat, Italy, Thurium i, 

The building of Thurioi. Hippodamos. 

Phot. 'I'mroo'djuiov vegans. See IV. 43. 
'iTnroSa^eta. See IV. 42. 

355. Hesych. : *l7r7ro8ajaov ye/xTja-ts' TOV Ileipaia 'iTTTroda/xoj, 
EvpvjSoovros Tratj, 6 Kat juerecopoAo'yo?, dteiAey 'Aflqpaioij. ovros 8e 
771; Kat 6 /uerotKTJo-as eis ovptaKovs, MiAqo-ios a>z/. 

The political disturbances at Thurioi. 
Expulsion of -Sybarites. 

356. Arist. Pol. viii. (v.) 3. (ii.) 10. 1303 a 31 : Kat tv 0ou/otois 
2u/3a/)tTcu (earaa-ta^o^) rots V\)VQIK.J\<TQ.<TIV (TT\OVKT'LV yap dftot'i/rej 
wy cr<f)Tpas rrjs x^pas efeTreo-oz;). 

357. Diod. xii. 23 : 'Eu' ap\ovros yap 'AOrfvricn Ava-L{j.a\ibov 
. . . bia<f)vy6vTs TOV tv rfj orao-et Kivbvvov 2v/3aptrat Trept rov 
T/j^evra Trorajuo/; KaT(fKrj(Tav. Kat ^povov piv TWO. 8te/xetrar, 

VTTO Bperrtcov K(3\r}OtvTS avri 



The affair with Terina. 

358. Polyaen. ii. 10. I : KXea^8/)t6a9 6 Aa/ccoy 7rt Tepwav 
aya)v rrjy orpartazj 68oy Koi\r]v \d0pa irpo&iTCffc'iv eTrexftp 7 ? " 6 ro '- s 
Teptz^atots* ot 6e Trpoaio-flo'/^evot 5t' avTo^xoAco^ o-7Ti;o-ai;res CTTI rr/z; 
686z/ VTrep K^>aA^y tytvovro TOV K\cavbpibov. 6 8e, rwi' oTpancoro)!; 
aOvfJitos e^oVrcoz;, Oapptlv avrovs KeAewas roz; Kr/pv/ca 8ta r^j 
orpariaj ?Jye Trpotrrdfay avafioav' os av Tcpivatav TO <rvvdr]^a Xeyr/ 
TO TTpo(rvyKifji.vov, TovTov (f)t\ov ^yeto-^at. aKOVvavres ot Teptpatoi 
rov (ruirciy/uiaroj vTroVrcos ecrxoz; a>s 6?) a-^wi; avrwr oz;ras 
irpoSoras, Kai e5oez> avrots TTJV Ta^CtJTrjv aTraAAayeto-t 
TT)V TTO'AIJ;. ot /aei; efaTrarrjtfeWe? aTrexwpow. KAeaz/6pt8as 8^ 
em rd v\ffT]\a TT\V orpariar, Trpoo-ert xal 



354-364.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 167 



359. Iambi. Vit. Pyth. xxxv. 264: 2W/ity 8e KCU rovs 
<ra>0eVras, 8ta</>epoi>rcos Trapa ro?s TroAAots (vboKifjiovvTas, Kara roz/ 
KatpoV, ej> a> ro Aeyo'//ez;oz> Trpos rovs -7rapaz>ojutoiwras " ov rd8e eortz; 
eirt Ntroovos " ycvc<r0ai fyavlv \v ravr?? rfj Tro'Aet, Kara TOVTO 
rS>v 0ovpuoz> Kara yj&pav e/cjSorj^rJo-a^ras xat /xer' 

aTroOavziv, TT]V 8e TroAii^ oiJrcos e^s Tovvavriov 



Kleandridas in exile at Thurioi. 

360. Strab. vi. 1. 14 (264) : 4>7](r A t 8^ 'Azmoxo? rovj Tapavrivors 
Qovpiois KOI KXeavbpibq rw o-TpaTTt]yu> <f>vyabL <c Aa/ce8ai)uoi>os 
TroAejuowras -Tre/ot rrjs 2tp^rt6os o-i>ju/3?jz>ai, Kal o-vrotK^crat /uii/ KOIVTJ, 
TTJI; 5' airoLKiav KpiOijvai. Tapavrfoav, 'HpaxAeta^ 8' vo-rtpov K\r]6rjvai, 
juteraySaAowar /cat rovvo^a KOL rov TOTTOV. 

361. Diod. xiii. 106. IO : IlapaTrArjcri'oDS 8e Kat ror Trarepa roO 

(i r ni r mo KXtavbpibav) o;vve(3ri (frvytlv ev rots 
, oTt 8o'faj Trapa FleptKAeov? Xafiflv y^pr] 
TOV Ti]v eio"/3oAr)f et? rr)y 'ArrtK^ JUT) Troir/dadfla 
Oavdra, Kat <uya>i; er ouptots r^s 'IraAtas 8i<rpt/3ez>. 



settlement of Thurioi. 
Diod. xii. n. See above 346. 

362. Dion. Hal. Z^/s. I : "Errj 8e 7rei/reKat8eKa yeyorcos, ets 
Qovpiovs &\To TrAeW o~i;z; d8eA(^)ot? 8uat, KOt^wwrJo-cor TTJJ aTrotKtay, 
^r eoreAAoi/ 'AO-rjvaloi re Kat ^ aAAr^ 'EAAas 8a)8eKara> TrpoVepoz; eret 
roO rTeAoTro^^criaKoii TroAe/xou. 

363. Plut. X. Ora^. F#. T' Xys. (^A. 835 C) : Twontvos 8 J 
*AQi]vri(riv CTT! 4>tAoKAeous ap^orros rou /uer ( a 4>pa<rtKArj, Kara ro 
Sevrepoz; Iro? rrj? dy8or]Koa-rris oXv^iridboSj ro /uiei/ np&Tov 

8evero rots em</)az;(Trdrots 'Aflrjyai'aW eTiet 8e TTJI; ets ^v 

vcrrtpov 0ouptous /oteroz>ofxao-0eto-ai> eo-reAAez; ?/ Tro'Ats, 
Trpeo-^urdro) dSeA^cSi; rToAejuapx<p ro{> irarpos 77817 
, a>s K.oiv&vri(TU)v TOV KA?jpot;, err; yeyoz/cbs Tre^reKat- 
8eKa, eTrt npaftre'Aous ap^orros, KaKet 8tejueti^e 7rat8euo/xeyos -Trapa 
Ttcrta Kat NtKta rots SupaKoimois, KT^O-CL^VOS r oiK-Lav Kat KArjpou 



364. Gell. JV. ^d. xv. 23. 2 : Hellanicus initio belli Pelopon- 
nesiaci fuisse quinque et sexaginta annos natus videtur, 



i68 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [ch. in. 

Herodotus tres et quinquaginta, Thucydides quadraginta. 
Scrip turn est hoc in libro undecimo Pamphilae. Cf. 373. 

The new constitution of Thurioi. 

365. Strab. vi. I. 8 (260). Arist. Pol. viii. (v.) 7. (vi.) 5. 
1307 a 20 ff. This passage refers to a later date. 

The Laws of Charondas adopted. 

366. Diod. xii. II. 3: EtAoz>ro 8e Kat z/ojuoflerrju rbv apurrov 
T&V \v Traibtiq OavnaCofjiivtov iroXiT&v Xapdvbav. (4) OVTOS Se 

7n<7K\l/dlJLVOS TCL$ CLTrdvTtoV VOfJL00(TLaS efcA^farO TO. KpCLTKTTa KOL 

Kar^ra^ev ety TOVS vopovs' iroAAa 5e Kat Ibia tTnvorja-dfjievos efeupe, 
&v OVK. avoiK^Lov kcrriv finiJLVTjo-Ofjvai Trpbs biopOaxrLV T&V avayi- 



Description of the Laws. 

367. Diod. xii. 12-19. 

368. Arist. Pol. ii. 12. (ix.) 8. 1274 b 5 ff . Plut. de curios. 
8 (Eth. 519 B). Stob. Serm. 44. 40. Schol. in Plat. Remp. 
599 E. Val. Max. vi. 5 east. 4. 

Confusion between Charondas and ZaleuJcos. 

369. Diod. xii. 17. Dem. 24 in Timocr. 139. Ath. xi. 
508 A. Suid. Zd\tvKos. 

Protagoras and the Constitution of Thurioi. 

370. Diog. Laert. ix. 50: Ilpcorayo'/xij > A/>re/xa>z;os' $, &>s 'ATroA- 
Ao5copos Kat AeiVa)z> cv ITfpo-tKOt?, Maiavbpiov 'Afibrjpirrjs, KaOd 
(j)rj(rLv 'HpaKXetS?]? 6 ITozmKos tv rots ?re/)t vopw, os Kat QavptoLs 
vofjiovs ypd\l/ai (frrjcrlv amov, 

Thurioi declared a Delphic Colony. 

371. Diod. xii. 35 : '77' &PXOVTOS 6' 'Aflifcqo-i Kparr/roj . . . 
Kara r^r 'iraXiav ol TOVS @ovptov$ OIKOVVTCS, CK TroAAwj; iro\ca>v 
ovvto-TrjKOTes, ta-Taatafov vpos d\\ri\ovs, Trotas TroAeo)? CUTOIKOVS btl 
KaAtto-^at TOVS Qovpiovs Kat rtW KTtaTrjv OLKCUOV drojuafeo-^at. (2) 
o? re yap 'AQrjvaloi TTJS avoiKtas TavTrfs r 



365-375.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 169 



otKrjropaj ef 'AOrjv&v eArjAufleVat, 01 re 

TroAets OVK dAtyas Trapeo-x^KeWt Trap' avr&v ets rrju KT'KTIV 
0ovpta>z>, TTJV Tnypa<f>r]v rrjs airoiKLas eavrot? tyrjo-av belv 
reo-0ai. (3) 6/zoa)j 6e Kat TroAAoSy ayaO&v avbp&v 
rfjs airoiKtas KOL vroAAas xpetas Trapeo'^juiei'a)^ TroAi;? ?]y 6 Aoyoy, 
CKaorou r^s rt^s Tavrrjs (nrtvbovTos rvy&v. rc'Aoj 6e r&v 0oi>ptcoz/ 
7TiJ.\l/dvT()v i$ AeA^ous TOVJ eTrepcorrjo-orras rtW XP^ r ^5 TroAeco? 
rjv dyopevet^ 6 0eos fyprjcrcv avrbv beiv KTICTTYIV vo{j.t<r0at. 
o) rw rpoVa) Av^eto-?]? r^j a/x^io-jS^r^o-ea)? ror 'ATroAAco KTIOTTIV 
r&v ouptcoy aTreSeifa^j Kat ro 7rA?j^os rrjs orao-ea)? aTroAu^er ets 
rr^r TrpovTrap^ovaav 6fj,6voiav aTTOKareorr;. 

[The coins sometimes connected with this event belong to 
a later period.] 

EmpedoTdes visits Thurioi. 

372. Diog. Laert. viii. 52. See below VIII. 164. 

Herodotos at Thurioi. 

373. Hdt. iii. 131, 137, 138; iv. 15, 99 ; v. 44, &c.; vi. 21, 
127. Arist. Rhet. iii. 9. Plut. de exit. 13 (^A. 604 F), de 
Her. malign. 35 (Etk. 868 A). Strab. xiv. 2. 16 (656). Suidas 
'Hpo'Soroy. Plin. N. H. xii. 4 (8). 

Other visitors. 

374. Suidas AtWaj. Plut. X. Or at. Vit. T Lys. (see above 
363). Paus. vi. 17. 8. Plat. Euthyd. 271 C. [Andoc.] 4 in 
Ale. 12. Marcell. 7^. Thuc. 40. 52. 



Thurioi and Neighbouring States. 

Relations with Kroton. 
Diod. xii. n. 3. See above 345. 

War with Taras. 
Strab. vi. I. 14 (264). See 360. 

375. Diod. xii. 23 : '77' apxovros V 'Afl^rjcn UpaiTt\ovs . . . 
(2) . . . 0oi;pioi fjJtv bia7ro\{JLOVvTs irpbs Tapavrtvovs ras aAA?jAa>7> 
tnopOovv tal Kara yrjv Kat Kara ^aAarray, Kat TroAAds p.v 



170 EXTERNAL HISTORY OF ATHENS, [Ch.m. 

al a.Kpo(3o\L(T{j,ovs e-TroiTJo-apro, dfio'Aoyov 5e irpaiv 



Cf. Hdt. viii. 62. 

376. Arch. Zeit. 1879, p. 149, n. 299 = Roehl, /. G. A. 548 
(lance head): SfcuAa curb Qovpiov Tapani TWOI avtOcKav Au 'OAi>|/x- 
moi 8eKaraz>. 

377. Roehl, I. G. A. 548 a and b. 

Foundation of Herakleia. 

378. Diod. xii. 36 : 'ETT' apxovros 5' 'Aflrjz/rjo-i 
(4) . . . Kara 8e Trjv 'IraAiav Tapavrlvoi TOVS rriv "Sipiv 

olKOVVTCLS (JLTOlKL(TaVTS K TTJS TTaTptSo? KOL IbiOVS TTpOOrOtVTfS 



ropa?, 

Strab. vi. i. 14 (264). See above 36O. 

Constitution of HeraJcleia. 

379. C. I. G. 5774, 5775, add. p. 1253. Meister in Curtius, 
Stud. iv. 449 ^ Cauer, -De^. inscr.. gr* 40. 41. Mazzocchi, 
Tabulae Heracleenses, Neapoli 1754. 

War with the Lucanians. 

380. Polyaen. ii. 10. 2: K\eavbpibas Qovpiwv fjyov^vos jutdx?; 
i/t/crjo-as Aevica^oT)? /xera r^v I/IKTJZ; ^ye rovs (dovptovs cm roz; TOTTOV 
rrjs viKTr]<$ beiKvvtov avrols, ort avrot /xei; ev TOJ avrw jueii^a^rej 8ta 
ro{)ro hiKT]crav, ol TroAe'juiot 6e :roAv aTr' aAA?/A(o^ Treo-oi'Tes roCro 
Tra9ov rw /XT) fjiVLV, dAAa 6ta-7rao-^at. raOra Ste^ioVros Trpos rovs 
0ovptous, TT<j)di'r](rav ol AtVKavol TroAAw TrAetora bvvafjLLV fyovrts 
6 6e e/c Try? tvpvxwpias e? a-Tevoiropov x<&ptov V7ref?jyaye rrji^ eaurov 
(TTpaTLav, tva TO TT\r)Oos r&v TroAe^wv a^p^to^ Ka,Ta<TKei>a<ras t(rou? 
rovs avroi; orparicora? (ez^) rr; (TrevorrjTL TOV TOTTOV Trpoj rov KLVOVVOV 
KaTaa-Ti](rrj' KCU 6r) TraAtv AeuKarov? VLKri<rav ol 0ouptot. . . . (4) 
KAea^8pt8as Aev/cavots 7roAeju,<3^ vircpe^v ^/xtoAtw TrArjflet Aoyto-d- 

ws, et (fravepov TO ir\r)6os yei/otro rots TroAe/xtoi?, d^axwp?i(rovo-t 
iaKtz;8ui;ev(rai;re9, r^i/ <aAayya o-WT^yayer es flaOos. end 8e 
Kara<^po^rjo-az;res a>? oAtycoi; errt ^rJKOS eferetrar ra fuya 
V7rep<aAayy?ja-(u ireipw^ez/ot Kat povXtiptvoi KOI * ?]v avrot? ^ 
TjTrAcojoieVrjs r?;? <^aAayyoy, -TraprjyyeiAe roi/j eTucrraras 
ets 



376-383.] HER ALLIES AND COLONIES. 171 



rovs AWKCLVOVS. ol 8e KVKXaOevTts, /3aAAo'- 

//ez'ot 7ravTa\60v TTCLVTZS aTrwAorro 7rATjz> oAtya>z>, [ot] bieorvdricrav 
alo-xp&s favyovTts. (5) KAeaz>8pt8a? ouptots eAarroo-tz> overt 
TrapayyeAAcoy JUT) (TVjUjSaAAet^ -TrA^et TroAe/xto)^ e^r] OTTOU /mr) 
^ Aeoz^r^, ro're ^P^ Ka ^ r ^ ? aAcoTTCKrjj 



Further Athenian activity in the West. 
J. Neapolis. Foundation of 

381. Lycophr. Cass. 732 : 

wrr 5e *a TTOT' av^t 

airaarrjs MOX/^OTTOJ vavap^tas 
ajuTraSoux ^ evrvvel bpopov, 
t^rja-ay. 6V TTOT' avf?}(ret Aea 



382. Tzetz. ac Zoc. : Tt/xatos 6 2tKeAo? ^rya-t, Atort/xo!', T&V 
' A.dj}vai<tiv vavap\ov, Trapayv6p.vov et? NeaTroAiy, Kara 

Qvcrai Trj YlapOevoTry, KOI bpopov 7rot?j(rat Aaja-TraStKoV, ownep 
biKdv ay&va KOL bpofjiov ol NeaTroAtrat err^o-ta)? ereAouz;. 
TrciAat eKaAetro ^ 'ATTIKTJ X^P a Ka ^ a ' 'A^rat, OTTO r;o 
exeta-e j3a(Ti\v<ravTo$. Aiori/^os 8e et? Nca-TroAtz/ ^A^ez^, ore o-rparrj- 
yos a>z/ rwy 'AOijvatwv eTroAe/uet rots StxeAotj. 

383. Coin of Neapolis. 

Obv. Head of Athena to right in helmet, as on coins of 
Thurioi. 

Rev. MEPOUTE* Human-headed bull to right. 

/R 7-45 grammes. 
Brit Mus. Cat., Italy, Neapolis i. 



CHAPTER IV. 

THE ATHENIAN CITY. 



Restoration and Fortification of Athens. 

1. Thuc. i. 89-93 > ** I 3- 7- 

2. Schol. ad Thuc. ii. 13 : *O KCU atyvXaKTov] /xepo? 

rOVreOTl 0-TdbLOL bKaHTd' 6 -yap OXOS KVKXOS (7Ta8lW fjV elJKOirra. 

3. Diod. xi. 39: ('ETT' &px<)VTos'AOrivri(ri TipocrOevovs). Kara 8e 
TTJV *EAAa8a 'Adrjvaloi /xei> //era ri]V kv IIAarataTj vUr^v 

K Tpoiffvos Koi 2aXajuij;o9 re/ci/a KCU yvrauas ets raj ' 
be KOL Ti]v TToXiv 7Tx^ipr](rav Ti\(fet,v KOL T&U aXXcoz; r&v irpbs 
a(T<pd\Lav avrjKovTtov CTTt/xeAetaz; CTTOIOVVTO. (2) 
6p&vTs TOVS 'AOrivaLovs ev rats z^avrtKats bwapta-i 
So^ap fj,-y(iXr]v, virtoTTTtva-av avr&v ir]v avr](riv, Kat 
KwX^ei^ roi/s 'AOrjvaiavs avoLKobo^e'Lv ra ret'xrj. (3) eii^u 
TrpeV^Seis If^TTC/Ji^av ets ras 'A^?jz;ay roi? Aoya) )U 
Kara ro irapov JUT) retxt^eti^ r^z; -noXiv bia TO fx^ (rvptytpziv KOLVYJ rots 
'EAAr/oV roz; yap Hep^^, t TrciXti; TrapayevrjOeir] //era 
ZTOLJJLOVS TToAets TTL^L(rp,vas eKro? 

aSuos Kara7roA6juri(rct^ rov? "EAAr^^a?. ov 

8' O.VT&V, ol 7rpeV/3ei9 Trpoa-toVre? rot? otKoSo/xovo-t Trpoo-erarroz; 
&(f)t(rTa(rOai r&v Ipycoz; T^V rax^Vrryi;. (4) a-nopov^v^v 8e rwr 
3 A0r)vaiu>v o,rt x/ 3 ^ Trparret^, 0e/xto-roKA^? 3 a7ro8ox^? rore Trap* 
aiirots rvyx^^ 60 ^ r ^5 /^cyumjy, o'Vi'e^So^Aeve^ ex eiz; fiwyjiav' eav yap 
i, pa8tcas rows AaKeSai/xo^tovy /xera rwr neAoTro^ 
vcreiv avrovs TL\L^LV rr\v n6\iv. (5) ci> 

8e r^ ftovXfj TrpoetTrez^, ws avro? /xei' /aero* rtvcoz/ aAAcoi; TTO- 
pevtrerat 7rpe<r/3eur^s ts AaKeSat/xoz/a, StSafcoz; r 
Trept roC reix tor M^j ro '' ? ^ &p\ov(ri TraprjyyeiAei;, orai; CK 
/uto^os \0(D<ri TrpeV^Sets ets ras J A^?/z;as, TtapaKaTtyjuv avrovs, etos ay 
avroy CK rs AaKeSa^o^os avaKd^y, tv roo-ovrw 5e Trardrjjuel retx l/ - 



THE ATHENIAN CITY. 173 



rr)v TTO'AIZJ, Kat rovra> ra> rpoTrw Kparijo-etzJ avrovs aTre^aiVero rr/? 
(40) vTtaKOvcravTu>v 6"e raii; 'Atftyyafopr, ot /uez> Trept roz> 
06/uoroKA.ea 7rpe0-/3et? irpoTJyov et? rrjz; ^irdprrjv, ol be 'Aflrj^atot /uera 
jueydArj? (TTrovSrj? d>Kob6[j.ovv rd ret'x?], ovr' oiKta? ovre rd^ou ^>et6o- 
fjivoi. (rvv\aiJi(3dvovTo be r&v epycoz; ot re TratSe? Kat at ywat/ce? Kat 
KaOoKov Tras feVos Kat 6oAo?, oi'8eros > aTroXetTro/xeroi; r^j TTpoOvjjiias. 
(2) TrapaSofa)? 6e rwz^ epycoy avvo^vwv 8ta re ra? TroXu^etpta? Kat 
ras rwz; airdvTtov Trpoflujuua?, 6 /xei; @e//t(rroKArjs dz;aKAr;0et9 VTTO rwz; 

Kat eTrtrtjur^^et? Trept r^j retxoTrotta? ripvijaaTo rr]v OIKO- 
Kat TrapeKaAeo-e rows ap\ovra<s /ui) -Trto-reveti/ Kez^aty <^?7juat?, 
dAA' aTTO(TT\\LV TTpcV^Setj aioTTL(TTOv$ fis ra? 'A^TJi/ay' 5ta yap 
rovrcoj/ et<Te<r0ui rdAr^^e'?' Kat rovrcov eyyvrjr^ eavroy iraptbibov Kat 
rov? /ute^' eavroC (rviJLirpco-ptvovTas. (3) Treto-^e^re? 8e ot AaKe- 
8at/xdi'tot rov? juei' Trept ror 0e/^io~roKAa irapetyvXaTTov, et? 8e rds 
'A^TJra? aTreVretAai; roi/j TTL(pav(rrd.Tovs Karao-Ke^OjueVov?, Trept cSi; 
771; XP et/a KoXvTTpayfJLovTJ(T(U. TOV be \povov StefeAfloVro?, ot juey 
'AOrjvaioi TO ret^os tyOaaav ec/>' tKaz/oz; Kareo-KeuaKore?, rovs 6e rwz; 
AaKebaijJiovLtov Trpeo-jSet? eAfloVra? et? ra? 'A^i^a? Kat juer' avardo-ecov 
Kat aTretAw^ eTrtrt/xwrra? Trap e'8a> Kay et? ^>v\aK^v, </>rJo-a^re? roVe 

av KCLKZLVOI roi>? 7T6pt e/J-to-roKAe'a 7rpeV/3et? 
rovrw 8e rwrpoVw Karao-rparr^y^^eWe? ot AaKcore? rj 

roi)? 'A^rjratW irpeVjSet?, t^a rov? t8tou? 

6 6^ 0e/zto-roKArj? roto^rw o-rpar^y?]juart ret)(to-a? r^y irarpiba 
(TVVTOfJLtoS Kat aKti'Swa)?, jaeydAr]? d'rroo'ox??? erv^e Trapd rot? 
TroAtrat?. 



4. Plut. Them. 1 9 : Fero/jiero? 5* aTro rwy ^-pdf ecoy Kiva>v ev6v$ 

TJ]V 7TO\LV CLVOLKobo^elv Kal Tl\ClV, 0)? JUei> tQ-rOpei 

?, xp^aan TretVa? JUT) evavru&Qrivai rov? e^o'pot;?, a>? 5' ot 
TrapaKpoua-d/ixe^o?. ^Ke juei; yap e^j Sirdprrjv ovopa 
7rpe(r/3eta? eTrtypa^d/xeros* eyKaAowrco^ 8e rwy 27raprtar(Sz^ ort 
'rv, Kat IloAt'dpxou Karr/yopoCyros e7rtrr]5e? e^ AtytVr/? 
, ^pretro Kat Tre'ju^eti' eKe'Aeuey et? 'A^rjra? roi/? Karo\/ro- 
, d/xa jtxez; eju/3dAAcoy ra> retxta-^w \povov eK r^? 8tarpi/3^?, 
8e j3ouAdfie^o? drr' avroO rov? Tre/xTro/xeVou? vTrdp^ew rots 

t?. o Kat <rvve(3r)' yvovres yap ol AaKedaijuoVtot ro 
VK fjbiKr)(rav avrov, oAA* dSrjAa)? 



5. Polyaen. i. 30. 5 : 'A^vatot ra retx^ rou ao-reo? ?)yetpoz;* 
^Trdrr/o-ez/ avrols 0ejuto-roKA^?. 6 6e rpoVo? r^ 



i?4 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch.iv. 



r\v a</>tKero -Trpeo'/SevrT)? Kat yv irpbs TOVS AaKcoz/ay efapvoy, 
77 fxrjz; OVK eyepeto-0at ro retxos. " et 8e aTUo-retre, roi>? apiarovs 
re Karao-KoVous e/ixe KaratrxoVres." ot /xez> TTfjL\l/av' 0e/xt- 
6"e Kpv^a Tre'/xxp-a? eVeret'Aaro 'Aflrjvatotj KOLT^^LV TOVS Kara- 
, ear' av eyeipaxrt ro reixoy* e7ret5a^ 8e 6ytpa)(ri, jur) Ttporcpov 
avrovs aTT07rfjLirtVy el JUT) ftyxfctfcy avrtiv aTTo\A{3oLV. Kal TCLVTCL 
ovrcos eye^fro. yyepByi ro ret)(O9, xat eTra^^X^e 0ejutorroKX^9. 
v ot KaracrKOTrot, TL^L<rd^av 'A^rj^ai AaK6"aijUozna)i; 



6. [Arist.] 7?6sp. ^A. 23. 

7. Aristod. v. I (.P. JT. (r. v. p. 7) : Kara 6c rouroz; r6v XP VOV 
'A6r]valoi, fjiTTTTpr](r^vr)s avr&v TTJS Tro'Aecoy VTTO Hepfov Kat Map- 

5o^tOl>, ffiovXtVOVTO TL\L^LV CLVTrfV. Ot AaKOaL{JLCVLOL OVK 

7re'rpe7iw avrols, Trpotyaa-iv i&v 'noiov^voi opfjLrjrrjpLov etz^at ras 

(Bapfidpav, ro 6e aAr/^e? <}>0ovovvTS Kat 
^rjOfjvai. 6 8e QfjLicrTOK\fjs o-vreVet 
Karecrrpar^yryo'ei' avr&v rov (j)06vov. (2) eyKeAcutrcijuezJos 
yap rots 'AOrivaiois Tfixifeiv TT\V TtoXiv, <J>X ro e ' ? AaKe8at/xora a>? 
Trp(r(3V(tiV. Aoycoy re ytyro/xeVcoi; irapa rot? AaxcSatjuoytots ort 
'A0?7/;atot retxtfovort rr)z; iroXiv, arreAeyey 0ejuioTOKAr/s' ws re OI>K 
eTrtcrrevor ot AaKe5at//o^tot, eTrettre^ avroi)? TrpeajSets Tre/x^at rtra? 
ef avT&v et? ra? 'A^rj^as roi;? "yvaxrofjitvovs et Krtbiro ?y -TroAt?. 
raiy 8e AaKe5at//omW eAo/uteVcoz^ avbpas Kat TTjJi\fravT(t)v t 0e/i/,ioTOKA?js 
Kpv(j)a ^Tre'TTejbtTre rot? 'AOrjvaLois Kar^iv -Trap' eavrots roi;? aTreo-raA- 
T>V Aa.KtbaiiJ.ovi(t)V avopas, ecoj az; at/roj vTroo-Tptij/rj etj ras 
s'. (3) TTpadvTcov 8e rouro r<Sz> ' AOrjvat&v, ol AaKeSatjuoi'tot 
rrju aTrdrrjv &{J.KTTOK\OVS, ovbtv bieOea-av avrbv Set^or, 
Trept rwi; t6ta)^, aAA' a-TroSoi^rej avrbv eKO/^tVa^ro roi)s 
Ibiovs. (4) ez^ 8e ra> /uterafv yjp6vu> eretxta-^r/o-ar at 'A0TJz>at rov 
rpoitov TOVTOV. 6 [JLV TOV a(TTos 77ept/3oAo? e^Koz^ra oraStcoz; 
Ti%i(T6r], ra 6e juaKpa rei'x?7 ^epoz^ra eTrt rov ITetpata ef eKare'pou 
fxepou? crrabCtdv ju', 6 8e roO DetpatoSs Trept^SoAoj oraSuozJ TT' (eo~rtv 
5e 6 ITetpatei;? AI//T)Z/ ety 8uo Str/pr^juie^oj, Ke^cA^rai 8e avrou ro juteV rt 
fxe'pos Mowo^xta, ra 6efta 8e aKpa roi; ITetpate'cas 'Hertwz/eta KaAetraf 
OX^GS 6e' eo-rti; ev Oetpatet, e<|)* ou ro r^j 'Apre'/xtSos tepov tSpvrat)' ro 
8e <J>aAr7ptKoz> retxos eKrtV^r; o-ra8tcoy A'* TrAarv 8e wo-re 8vo ap/txara 
aAArjAots vvvavrav. Kat 17 /utev raw 'A0r]vat(av Tro'Atj ovrco? 

8. Demosth. 20 m Zept 73: Aeyerat . . . eKetvos 



6-10.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 175 



ei7ra>z/ rots TToXtrats, K.OLV acfriKvrJTaL rts CK AaKeSat/xoz/os, 
K(\V(ras, oiyjEvOai Trpea-fievav avros a>s rovs AaKeSat/xoutous, Xo'ycov 
o"e yLyvofj.v(i)V eKet, Kat rtz;a>z> aTrayyeXXoVrcoz; a>s 'Aflryi/afot retxi- 
fouo-tu, apvl(rOai Kat 7rpeV/3ets TT^TTLV o-Ke^o/meVous KeXevety, eireiS?) 

6' O^X ?]KOZ> OUrOt, 7TfJiTTLV TpOV$ 

9. Ar, ^g. 813,814: 



6? 7roirj(Tv Trjv itoXiv fjfJL&v /jteo-rr)^ evpvv f- 
Kal irpbs TOVTOIS apLarT(&orri TQV YleipaLa 
a(f)\(^v T* oi/8ei; TWV ap\a.itov lyflvs KCLIVOVS 

Schol. atZ v. 814: Toure'ori X 6 ^ 7 ? ^ \ov(rav. awn'rrerat 

rou ejuio-roKAeous, ort 



<ao-t yap rwr aKeat/xort {jLaovrav tK.Ti\(Tai raj 
Kat /xr] CTrirpeTiwrcoz;, KaraorparryyTJa-at roz^ 
rc3 6et^at rot? AaKe5at^oi;tots ort e-Trl rw KOI^W 

te ^ T V ^oXiv. \eipOTOvrj0els be Trpeo-jSevrr)? rots 
ei; 'AOrjvaioLs eSa>K> erroAa? retx^C 61 ^ 'TT^a-r/ crTrcvSri rr)z; T7o\iv, /ur) 
biov ju,?ire br]jj,oa-(ov rt^os otKo8o/xri/maros, rots o"e 
Trpoo-eraf e (BpdbLov eA0eu> et? TT]^ AaKebai^ova. avros 
Kto-e Kat ra>z; AaKe^at/xoznW a^iovvTav avrbv ets ro 
KOIVOV Trapetrat, Kat Xeyeti^ wr XP??C WZ; a<|)tKrat, ro /utei' Trpwroy ets r^z; 
irapova-iav vireperi^ero rwi* TrpeV/Seooy. ju^ yap ao-(^aAes vna 



Kat ^(r^a\\v ort jutTJira) irapeyevovTo. a>s 8e \povos LKCLVOS SteycVero, 
Kat ot o~v/ut7rpe(Tj8eis 7rap^<ra^, 17677 6e roO retxovs tKaz/ws TrpOKexcop?]- 
KoVos rots AaKe8ai/uioznots ^yyeXro ort rretxio-jueVat XOLTTOV eTez> 
*A6fjvai, TrapeX^a)^ TTi0V avrovs JUT) raxecos TTKrrevetv rots 
jueVots ets \0pav Karaa-r?}o-at r?)z; noXiv, dAA' 7TtXefajuerov 
avbpas TOVS evvoiq KOI Trto-ret biatytpovTas eTTOTrras eK7re//\^at. 
6e rrjs Kivu>v Trapoixrtas ojjLrjpov kavrbv KareTir^yyeXXero, Kaz> roi;ra) 
rpifiriv TIVCL \povov cjUTrotcoz;. Treto-^eWco^ oSi; AaKeSai/ioi/tcoz; Kat 
rovs jtxaXto-ra 8ta(/)epo^ras ciivota Kat TriVret rwi^ TroXtrfiz; TTf^avTa^v, 
Xa0pa rots 'A^/yi/atots Tre/x^as Trpoo-erafe fz^ Trpo'repor rovs AaKe8at- 
fjiovitov avbpas OTrura) irdXiv \6eiv eao-at, Trpiz; avroV re Kat rovs 
o-v/jt7rpe(r/3eis d-TroXvo-coo-t HeXoTroi'rTia-tot. 

10. Frontinus, Strat. i. I. 10: Themistocles exhortans suos 
ad suscitandos festinanter muros, quos iussu Lacedaemoniorum 



176 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. IV. 

deicerent, legatis Lacedaemone missis, qui interpellarent, 
respondit venturum se ad diluendam hanc existimationem : et 
pervenit Lacedaemonem. ibi simulate morbo aliquantum 
temporis extraxit ; et postquam intellexit suspectam esse 
tergiversationem suam, contendit falsum (allatum) ad eos 
rumorein et rogavit, mitterent aliquos ex principibus, quibus 
crederent demunitione Athenarum. suis deinde clam scripsit 
ut eos qui venissent retinerent, donee refectis operibus confite- 
retur Lacedaemoniis, munitas esse Athenas neque aliter 
principes eorum redire posse, quam ipse remissus foret : quod 
facile praestiterunt Lacedaemonii, ne unius interitum multorum 
morte pensarent. 

11. Corn. Nep. Therm. 6: Idem muros Atheniensium restituit 
praecipuo suo periculo. namque Lacedaemonii causam idoneam 
nacti propter barbarorum excursiones, qua negarent oportere 
extra Peloponnesum ullain urbem muros habere, ne essent 
loca munita, quae hostes possiderent, Athenienses aedificantes 
prohibere sunt conati. hoc longe alio spectabat, atque videri 
volebant. Athenienses enim duabus victoriis, Marathonia et 
Salaminia, tantam gloriam apud omnes gentes erant consecuti, 
ut intellegerent Lacedaemonii de principatu sibi cum iis cer- 
tamen fore, quare eos quam infirmissimos esse volebant. 
postquam autem audierunt muros strui, legatos Athenas 
miserunt, qui id fieri vetarent. his praesentibus desierunt, ac 
se de ea re legatos ad eos missuros dixerunt. hanc legatiouem 
suscepit Themistocles, et solus primo profectus est : reliqui 
legati ut turn exirent, cum satis alti tuendo muri extructi 
viderentur, praecepit: interim omnes, servi atque liberi, opus 
facerent, neque ulli loco parcerent, sive sacer, sive profanus, 
sive privatus esset, sive publicus, et undique, quod idoneum 
ad muniendum putarent, congererent. quo factum est, ut 
Atheniensium muri ex sacellis sepulchrisque constarent. (7) 
Themistocles autem, ut Lacedaemonem venit, adire ad magi- 
stratus noluit, et dedit operam ut quam longissime tempus 
duceret, causam interponens, se collegas exspectare. cum 
Lacedaemonii quererentur, opus nihilominus fieri eumque in 
ea re conari fallere, interim reliqui legati sunt consecuti. 
a quibus cum audisset non multum superesse munitionis, ad 
ephoros Lacedaemoniorum accessit, penes quos summum erat 






11,12.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 177 

imperium, atque apud eos contendit, falsa iis esse delata : 
quare aequum esse illos viros bonos nobilesque mittere, quibus 
fides haberetur, qui rem explorarent: interea se obsidem 
retinerent. gestus est ei mos, tresque legati, functi summis 
honoribus, Athenas missi sunt. cum his collegas suos Themis- 
tocles iussit proficisci, iisque praedixit, ut ne prius Lacedae- 
moniorum legates dimitterent, quam ipse esset remissus. hos 
postquam Athenas pervenisse ratus est, ad magistratus sena- 
tumque Lacedaemoniorum adiit, et apud eos liberrime professus 
est: Athenienses suo consilio, quod communi iure gentium 
facere possent, deos publicos, suosque patrios ac penates, quo 
facilius ab hoste possent defendere, muris saepsisse : neque in 
eo quod inutile esset Graeciae, fecisse. nam illorum urbem ut 
propugnaculum oppositum esse barbaris, apud quam iam bis 
classes regias fecisse naufragium. Lacedaemonios autem male 
et iniuste facere, qui id potius intuerentur, quod ipsorum 
domination!, quam quod universae Graeciae utile esset. quare, 
si suos legatos recipere ^ 7 ellent, quos Athenas iniserant, se 
remitterent, cum aliter illos nunquam in patriam essent 
recepturi. 

12. Justin, ii. 15 : Igitur Athenienses aucti et praemiis belli 
et gloria, urbem ex integro condere moliuntur. cum moenia 
maiora conplexi fuissent, suspecti esse Lacedaemoniis coepere 
reputantibus, quibus ruina urbis tantum incrementi dedisset, 
quantum sit datura munita civitas. mittunt ergo legatos, qui 
monerent ne munimenta hostibus et receptacula futuri belli 
exstruant. Themistocles, ut vidit spei urbis invideri, non 
existimans abrupte agendum, respondit legatis, ituros Lacedae- 
monem, qui de ea re pariter cum illis consulant. sic dimissis 
Spartanis hortatur suos, opus maturent. dein ipse interiecto 
tempore in legationem proficiscitur, et nunc in itinere infirmi- 
tate simulata, nunc tarditatem collegarum accusans, sine 
quibus agi iure nihil possit, diem de die proferendo, spatium 
consummando operi quaerebat : cum interim nuntiatur Spar- 
tanis, opus Athenienses maturare, propter quod denuo legatos 
mittunt ad inspiciendam rem. turn Themistocles per servum 
magistratibus scribit Atheniensium, legatos vinciant, pignusque 
teneant, ne in se gravius consulatur. adiit deinde contionem 
Lacedaemoniorum, indicat permunitas Athenas esse, et posse 

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178 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. iv. 

iam inlatum bellum non armis tantum, sed etiam muris 
sustinere : siquid ob earn rem de se crudelius statuerent, 
legates eorum in hoc pignus Athenis retentos. graviter deinde 
castigat eos, quod non virtute sed imbecillitate sociorum 
potentiam quaererent. sic dimissus veluti triumphatis Spar- 
tanis a civibus excipitur. 

13. Ael. Arist. VTT. T. r. ii. p. 276 Dind. ; Panath. i. p. 341 
Bind. Plut. de glor. Ath. 5 (Eth. 348 D) ; Lysandr. 14. Plat. 
Gorg. 455 D. Paus. i. 2. 2. Liban. lii. 3. p. 35 R. Lys. 13 in 
Erat. 63. Isocr. 15 de Perm. 307. Andoc. 3 de Pac. 38. 
Din. i in Dem. 37. Ael. Var. Hist. iii. 47. 

Fortification of Peiraieus. 

14. Thuc. i. 93 ; ii. 13. 7. 
Aristod. v. 4. See above 7. 

15. Diod. xi. 41 : Tov 5' eznaimov \povov bi\ri\v06Tos'A.6T)vr](n 
jjitv rjv apyj&v 'A8efy/,ayro? . . . 67rt 6"e rovrcor 0e/uo-roKA?7? 6~ta TIJV 
(TTpaTrjyiav KOL ayyivoiav airobo^rjs TV\V ov JJLOVOV irapa rot? 
TroAtrcu?, dAAa Kai irapa TTCLCTL rots "EAAryo'i. (2) 8to Kat 



rr 7rarptt. ro yap 
oz;ros XL^VOS Kar eKetVovs rov? \povovs, aAA' tTTt^eta) 

'AOrjvaitov rw -Trpoo-ayopcvo^erw <I>aAr;pt/ca), 
^ 7T^or;cre roi' Iletpata Karaa-Kvafetz; Xiptva, 
fjiv TTpoo-bcofjievov KCLTacrKtvrjs, bwafjitvov be ytveo-Oai. At/ueW 
A.ta-ror Kat jtxeyioro^ rwy Kara r^ *EAAa8a. (3) TJXTTI&V ovv TOVTOV 
Ttpovyevofjitvov rot? 'Aflrjratot? 6u^ri(reo-^at rr]^ Tro'Atz^ avTiiroLrjcracrOai, 
Trjs Kara OaXarrav fjyefjiovias' rptrypets yap rore TrAetara? eKe 
Kat 8ta r^y (ruvlyeiaa> ru>v vavnay^i&v e/xTretptW Kat bo 

. (4) Trpos 6e rovrot? roi/s juey 
avyytvtiav Ibiovs efet^ roi;y 8e aAAous 
roi)s Kara rrjz; A(Tiav EAArj^a? 5t' Kivovs eAeu^epcoa'eti', aTTOKAt^ety 
re rats ewouus Trpos roi)j 'AOijvaiovs 8ta rr/z; c^epyeo-ta^, roi;? 8e 
aTrarra? KaraTreTrAr^y/xeroi;? ro /ixeye^o? r^j vavTiKrjs 
erotjota)9 rax^^ea-^at jutera rwz; ^vva^vt^v Kat /SAaTrretz; 
Kat w^tActi^ ra /xeyta-ra. (5) roi/j yap AaKeSat/xoz^tous ewpa Trept 
juei/ raj 7reas 8u^ajutetj ev KarecrKeva(r/>teroi;s, Trpos 8e rovs ez; rat? 
vavvlv dycoi^a? d^ueo-raroi;?. (42) ravr' oiw StaAoyto-a/aew? 



13-15.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 179 



Tji> jut?) Aeyetz>, aKpt/3(S? yttKJkrKwv TOVS 
baifjioviovs K(t>\v<rovTas, eV eKKArjo-ta o"e o'teAe'xfl?? rots TroAtrat? on 
jjitydXtoV Trpayjudrooy Kat o-uju$epoWa>zJ rfj Tro'Aet /3ovAerat yevecrOai. 
a-vfjif3ovX6s re Kat eto-rjyrjr?}?, rara 8e (fravep&s fjitv Ae'yetz> JUITJ 
arv{ji(f)epLv, bi oXiyav 8e dvbp&v eTrtreAeir Trpo(rr)Kiv Sto'Trep ?}tou 
roi; bijfjiov bvo avbpas Trpo\ipi<rai*.evov ols av fxaAtn-ra Trtcrreuo-r/, 
rovrots TTiTpeiTiv 7Tpl TOV TTpdyfjiaTos. (2) TTCio-tfeWo? 6e rou 
TrA^ouj, 6 bfjfjios etAero 8vo avbpas, 'A/naretSrjy Kat s.avQnnTOv, ov 
fjiovov KCLT aprr)v irpOKptvas avrovs, aXXa Kat 717)6? roy ejuto-roKAea 
rovrovj 6p<Sz/ ajutAAcojueVous irept 80^179 Kat Trpcoretcoz;, Kat 6ta rovro 
dAAorptcoj e^oi^ras Trpo? avrov. (3) ovrot 6e Kar* Z8tay aKOwarres 
roi; e/xtcrroKAeovs r?jy TnSoX^v y eSr/Acoo-ar rw STJJUO) 8tort Kat 
fjityaXa KOL a-v^epovra rfj TroAet Kat Surara Kafle'orTjKe ra Aeyo/uez^a 
VTTO ro! ejuto-roKAeovj. (4) rou 6e 677^01) dav^daavros apa TOV 
&vbpa Kat VTTOTrreva-a^roj /nrJTrore Tvpavviba Tiva Karaa-Kcvaoro^vos 
eavrai rryAtKavrat? Kat rotavrats 7Tt^8oAat? y\ipfj, <fxivp&s avrbv 
aTTO(f)aiv(r6aL ra 6e8oyjueVa. 6 8e TraAt^ e^Tjo-e /u^ 
rw 6^juiG) <$>avepG><$ br}Xovo-0aL Trept ra>z^ tTTivorjOtvTtov. (5) 
8e jj.aXXov OavfJida-avTos TOV br/fjiov TT]V Setz/orr^ra Kat jueyaAo- 
<f)po(ruvr]v rd^Spos, CKeAeuoz^ ez/ aTroppTJrots etTretz; r?5 povXfj rd Se8oy- 
aiJr?; Kpt^r; rd bvvaTa Aeyetz/ Kat vv^tpovTa, rore ws dr 
ro reAos afety avroi; rr)i; fTtifioXrjv. (6) 5to7rep 
fiovXfjs TTvOoiJievris rd Kara /uepoy, Kat npivd(rr]s Aeyetz^ avroz; rd 
rr; TroAet Kat Sirard, ro AotTiW ^877 o~vy)(a)pr/(rarros ro{> 
>js jSovXrjs Aa/3e r^ tov<rLav Trpdrretz; o,rt /3ovArat. 
CKao-ro? 6* K r?}? <KXr](rias excopt^ero 0au/uda>z; /utez^ rr)z; dperr)z; rdz;- 
6"po'j, juerecopo? 5' Ai; Kat KapaboK&v ro reAos r^s 7rt/3oA?J9. (43) 6 6"e 
0e/xt(rroKA^9 Xafi&v Trjv t^ovcriav TOV TrpdTTiv, KOL iravav virovpyiav 
cyav kToL^f\v rot? cyxetpou/xeWts, TrdAty eTre^o'^o-e Karao-rparr^y^a-at 
roi? AaKeSatjuumouy .17861 yap a.Kpi(3&s OTL KaOdircp e?rt row r^? 
-Tro'Aeoos TL\I(TIJLOV biKa>Xv(rav ot Aa/ce5at)utoz;tot, roz^ avrou Tpovov 
em r^J KaracrKev^? ro Atjuteros eyxetp?{a-ovo-t SiaKoVretv 
'A0Tjz;aiW rd? e7Tt/3oAdj. (^) tbogtv ovv avrw Trpo? /uev 
AaKe8aijutoi;touj TrpeVjSets aTroerretAat roi;? 8i8d^o^ras <rvfJL<j)tpLv rot? 
Koiwt? r?j? *EAAd8o? ^pdy^aaiv e\eiv dfto'xpewv At/oteW Trpo? rrjy 
aTro rail/ I7epo'<3^ fcrofJLvr]v crrpareta^. 8td 8e roi^rov rou Tpoirov rov? 
27raprtdra? d/x/SAvre'pov? Trotrjo-a? Trpo? ro KtoAuetv, avro? etx^ro rw^ 
epya>^ Kat roSz; Trd^rco^ <ruju<|>iAoTi/u.ov//eVco' raxfco? crvviflr] yevecrdat 
Kat 7rapa8o / a)? Karao-Kevaa-^rat roy At/zeW. (3) eVeto-e 5e ro^ 

N 2 



i8o THE ATHENIAN CITY. [C3h.iv. 

bfjjJLOV K-dtf K.CL(TTOV ZvLCLVTOV TTpOS TOLLS VTiapyOV (TOLLS VOLVvlv LKO<TL 
rplT7pt? 7TpO(TKCLTa(rKVa.LV, KOL TOVS fXerOtKOUS KOL TOVS T\VLTaS 

dreAets TrotTJo-ai, OTTCOS o^Xos iroXvs TtavrayjoQzv els TTJV TtoXiv 
KaTcXOrj Kal irXtCovs re'x^as KaTCLcrKvaau>(TLV vx*p<*>s' d/z<o'repa 
"yap ravTOi xp^^wrara irpos TCLS T&V vavTiK&v bvvafjLa>v KaracrKuds 
VTrdp^fLv KpLVV. ol fj.V ovv ' AOrjvaloL Tre/n ravra ^cr^oXovvro. 

16. Plut. Them. 19 : 'E* 8e TOVTOV TOV ITeipata Kareo-Kevafe, TT)Z; 
r&v AtjueVcar evtyv'tav K.OLT avorj vets, KCLL rj]V TTO\LV oXrjv ap/xorro'/zcros 
TTpbs rr\v QaXaTrav, Kat rpoirov nva rots TraAatots jSao-tAeCo-t r<2z> 
*A07iva(o)V avTLTTo\LTV<>iJivos. KLVOL fJLv yelp, d> 

TVO[JLeVOL TOVS TToXlTOLS CLirO(T7Tol(raL TTJS 6aXd.TTr)S 

fjirj TrXeovTCLS, dAAa r^i/ xP av <}>VTvovTas } TOV irepl Trjs 'AOrfvas 
Xoyov, a>s fpLcravTa irepl TTJS )^(apas TOV Ilo<rei5(o beL^oKra 

fJLOpLCLV TOtS bLKaO-TCLLS VLKr](T. &fJLL(TTOK\TJS 8* ofy, 0)S 'ApLCTTO- 

fjLLKos Aeyet, r?J Tro'Aet ror Tleipcua -Trpoo-e/^afei', aAAa rr)i; 
^rj\jf TOV Ileipatws /cat r^f yrjzj r^s ^aAarrr^s* o^ev Kal TOV 
r)vrj(T Kara rwi^ aptara>z> Kal Opdaovs V7rXr]O'V ) et? VCLVTCLS 
Kat KeAevcrras Kat KvfipvrJTas Trjs bvvd}j,(DS a(f>LKOfJivr]S. bid Kal ro 
/3/>ia ro e^ ET^VKl TrtTroLrjfjLevov OXTT aTrojSAeTrety Trpos 

V(TTpOV OL TpLCLKOVTa TTpOS TJ]V \(dpaV aTrtVTpetyaV, ol6[JiVOL T1]V 

Kara OdXaTTav apyj]v ytvea-Lv etvaL brjfjLOKpaTLas, oAtyap^ta 8' 
bva"^paCvLV TOVS ytaipyovvTois. 

17. Ar. Eq. 815. See above 9. 

Schol. ad loc. : Kal TOV ITetpaia yap eretxi^ey. 6j direi^e r^j 
aStous Ae' } uapa ^ciAarraz; &v. . . . atznrrerat 8e 5ta 
ra jaaKpa ret^^ Trapa rot? 'AOyvaioLS KaXovfJLfva. 

18. Ar. jE^. 884 : Toiourow 0juto"roKAr7J ovTrcoTror' fTTtvorjo-ev. | 
Katrot (rotybv Ka^lv o ITetpaievj* Schol. ac? v. 886 : [Kal roz> 
Httpata 8e ret)(to-a9, a>? etpr^rat, Kal ra /xaKpa rttx 1 ? TrotTJa-as ra 
o"i7J/coi;ra aTro rr/? Tro'Aea)? //expt ro Iletpatais, erl TrAeoz/ e6o^e (TOGO'S], 

19. Euseb. (Sync. 47 O> 5) * 'A^rjvatot roz; Oetpata eretxtaaz/. 
Hieron. OZ. 75. 2 : Athenienses Piraeeum muro valiant. Vers. 
Arm. OL 71. I : Piraeus munitus est a Themistocle. 

20. Corn. Nep. Them. 6 : Magnus hoc bello (Persico soil.) 
Themistocles fuit, neque minor in pace, cum enim Phalerico 
portu neque magno neque bono Athenienses uterentur, huius 
consilio triplex Piraei portus constitutus est, iisque moenibus 



16-28.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 181 

circumdatus, ut ipsam urbem dignitate aequiperaret, utilitate 
superaret. 

21. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 12: Ata TOVTO ovv lo-rjyopiav KOL roty 
bovXois Trpos TOUS \V0epovs iroi,rj<TafjLv Kal rots jueTOiKOts Ttpos 

TOVS a<TTOVS, biOTL ?Tat 7] TToAlS fJiTOLK(i)V bid T TO 7T\fj00S T&V 

TyvG>v Kal bia TO va.vriK.6v. bia TOVTO ovv Kal rots JUCTOIKOIS eiKoYcos 
TT)ZJ la-rjyopiav eTrotTJo-a/oier. 

17 Tro'Ats (KQI) ^eroiKco^ Muller-Strubing. 

22. Isocr. 15 c?e Perm. 307. Plat. 6r0r<7. 455 D, 519 A. Dio 
Chrys. xxv. 312 Dind. Paus. i. I. 2. Suid. 



Development of Peiraieus as Port. The Docks. 

23. Isocr. 7 Areop. 66 : Kal ^\v 6r) Kal ra8e rt? ov 
. r^ fj.v bijfJiOKpaTiav OVT& Koo-jUTJo-ao-a^ TI)^ TTO^LV, . . . TOVS 8e 
rS>v IJLV afjicXrjo-avTaS) . . . TOVS reaxrotKov? cirl Ka0ai- 
aA^To)!/ a7ro6ojueVou?, ets 0^9 ^ TTO'AU d^r]Aa)(7^ ou/c 
TaAaz;Ta>i> ; 



Regulation of the Harbour at Peiraieus. 

24. J". H. S. vol. xiii. p. 143 : "Op/mou d^oo-iov opo?. 

25. (7. /. A i. 521 : ITopfljulaW 'o'pl/xo ^'pojy. Cf. no. 520. 



The Zroai. 
26. Ar. j4c^. 54^ 



K.T.A. Schol. acZ ^oc. : (T^j Aeyo/xeVr/s aA(/>iT07rcoAt6os, 771; (u 
rTepuA?J9* OTTOV KCU O-ITOS aTreKetTO T^S TroAecos. 771; 6e 
ITeipaia). 

27. Ar. Paa? 145 : 'Ey ITetpaet S^'TTOU 'orl Kai/^apou 
Schol. acZ Zoc. : Mepos TOU Hetpatw?, ws KaAAtKpaTi^s 

ez/ TW Trept 'AOqv&v ypa<j>u>v OVTOOS " )(et 6 
Tpi?, Tra^Tas KAeio-Toi;?. ets juteV eartzj 6 Kaz;^apou 
Ka\ovfjLvos t ev o> Ta vtvpia eriKOVTa, tiTa 'Atypobia-Lov, etTa 

TOW AlJU^OS O-TOat TTeWf." "AAACOS. jUtTJTrOTC 07TOU 17 

TrAotcaz^ aTao"i? 77^, OVTCOS eKpaTrycre KaAercr^at. rw OVTI yap OTIV ev 
T/J 'ATTtKrj KW/xrj \yofjivr} ovTtos, KavOdpov \i^r\v t ovyl KavOapos, a>s 
4>tAo'^opos ta-Topet, a7ro rjpa>o$ tirixtopiov Tiro's. V. 

28. Demosth. 34 adv. Phorm. 37 : 'Ev w v^G>v ol plv h TO> aoret 



182 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. iv. 



ra aA(/>tra ez> r<j> wSetw, ot ' ez> ra> ITetpatet 
ez> r(5 z>ea>pt<i> tXapfiavov KCLT 6(3o\ov rovs aprovs Kat eTU r?/s 
o-roas, rd aA^tra Ka0' fjfjiicKTov juerpoi^iez'ot /cat 

29. Paus. i. I. 3 : "Eort 8e rijs oroas r?js 

Ki> ayopa rot? CTTt ^aXaa-a-r^s, /cat yap rot? aTrcorepa) roi; 
eortz; erepa, 777? 8e cut ^aAaa-o-rys (rroas ovLaBev Zei)s /cat 
Aew^apov? tpyov. 

30. Thuc. viii. 90. 5. 



31. Ar. '5'. 977 : Katrot Trpeo-fivreptoV TIV&V \ otcov dpyaAeco- 






Schol. a<i v. 979 : 2v/j,/izaxos* o-Ke^aa-^e rt 8?j Trore eort ro 8ety/xa 
rwz; SIKWZ;. Trapetrat yap, (f)rj(TLv, et ju^ ro 8ty//a TO'TTOS eartz; ez/ 
Iletpatet, Iz/^a TroAAot o-uz^rjyo^To feVot Kat TroAtrat /cat tXoy OTTO LOW. 
. . . v AAAo)j. ez^ rw ITetpatet, OTTOV 8tKafoi>(7iz>. 7Tt e/cet ot 
ra 8ety/otara ra>^ 7Ta)XovjjLV(^v friOecrav. 

32. Xen. Hellen. v. I. 21 : *Ho-az> 8e rtz/es ot Kat 

t? ro Aety/xa (fjiiropovs re rtz^as Kat rauKA?]poi;s arvvapiiavavTts ets 
ras rau? eto-rJz^eyKaz^. 

33. Polyaen. vi. 2. 2 : 'AAe'az/5"poy juiera TT)Z; 
vavjjia^iav eATrtVas Arjx^ea-^at rovs 'AOrjvaLovs atyvXaKrovs ws 
VLKTJV djuteAais l^oz^ras crvvtTa^e rots CTTI r<3i> z/ewy 6td 
7rpoa-7rAeo-at rw Aety/otart roi) ITetpateajs Kat aTro rcoz; 
apTrdaat ra ^prj^jLara. 

34. Harpocr. Aetyp,a : Kuptcos /xev ro faiKirvptvov a< 
rcoAou/xeya)^* 7/817 8e Kat rcVos rts ez^ rw 'Aflriz^o-izJ e/xTropta), ets 

ra dety/xara eKO/xt^ero, ovrcos eKaAelro. 



Boundaries of the Port. 

35. C. J. -4. i. 519 : J E/x7ropt[o] | Kat ^So | 'opos. Cf. iv. 519 a, 
p. 121. 

36. 0. I. A. iv. 521 a, p. 121 : [A]ir[6] re[o-]|8e res [']|o5o ro | 
Trpos TO[V] I A]t/ueV[a '[djiraz; Sle/xoVftJIoV eo-[rt]. At Peiraieus. 



The Architecture and Plan of Peiraieus. 
37. Arist. Pol. ii. v. (8.) i. p. 1267 b 22 : 'iTTTro'Sa^os 5e Evpu- 



29-47.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 183 



(fr&VTOS MlA?j(riOi>[, OS KO.I TT]V TUtV TTO\(DV iaipe(TlV Vp KOi TOV 

Iletpata /care're^e^]. 

38. Thuc. ii. 17. 3. 

The Hippodamean Market 

39. Andoc. I de Myst. 45 : 'A^a/caXeVa^re? 6"e TOVS o-TpaT^yovs 
avLTTlv K\Vo~av *A.6r]vaLa)v TOVS JJLCV eV aoret OLKOVVTO.S teWt et? 
TT)I> ayopav ra oTrAa Aa/3oVras, rovs 6* ei/ jotaK/jw ret)(et et j TO 

TOVS 5' z> Hetpatet ets TJ\V 'lirTrobafj^Lav ayopav, 

40. Xen. Hellen. ii. 4. u : Ot 6' eK rou aorecoj et? r 
bdfJLtiov ayopav \6ovTes TTp&Tov jotev avveTa^avTo^ a>o-re 

r^ 666^ ^ ^>epet TTpo'y re ro cepoz/ T^J MovvL^ias 'Apre/xtSoj Kat 



41. Harpocr. e l7T7ro8afxeta : A^/XOO-^TIJ ez/ rw -TT/OO? Tt/xo^eoz^ 
ayopav <pr](riv zlvai v Iletpatet KaAou/xeVjyi; ^TTTroSajuietaz; diro ' 
SCI/XOD MiXqaiov ap^iTfKTOvos TOV oiKobo^rjo-a^vov TOLS 'AOrjvaioLS 
TOV Iletpata. 

42. Photius : 'iTTTToSa/^eta, ayopas TOTTOJ KaXovfJievos OVTWS v 
TlfipaLtlj into iTTTTobdfjLov TOV MtAr^a'tW ap^LTK.Tovos, TOV TOV ITetpata 
KaTaa-KevdcravTos Kat ras r^j TroAecoy 68ovj. 

43. JcZ. : 'lirirobdiJiov vf^rjo-Ls' fv ITetpatet* ^v 8e 
Evpvffr&vTos MtA?jo-io? 17 Qovpios /LterecopoAoyos* ovros 
y A6rjvaiois TOV TleipaLa. 

Hesych. : 'iTnroSa/xov ve^o-is. See III. 355. 



The Long Walls of Athens. 

44. Thuc. i. 107. i ; 108. 3 ; 143. 4, 5 ; ii. 13. 2. 

45. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. ii. 14 : 'Evos be tvbteis eunz;* et yap 
vrjcrov oiKovvTes 0ah.aTTOKpaTopes qcrav 'AOyvaloL, VTrfjp)(V av avTols 

, et < f]^ov\ovTo 9 TtacryjEiv 8e fjirjbev, cos TTJS tfaAarrTj? 
T(jiri0TJvai TTJV avT&v yrjv jut?]8e irpoo-b^eaOaL TOVS 
K.r.A. 

46. Andoc. 3 de Pac. 4 : Kat rare ^/xti; etp^r; eyeVero Tipos 
AaKcdat/^oinous err; Tre^rrJKO^ra . . . (5) np&Tov p\v TOV ITetpata 
rore erei)(tVa^ez; ez^ rovra) rw )(/)Oi/a), etra ro panpov ret^os rd 



47. Aesch. 2 defals. leg. 17^: 27ro^5as roC 



184 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. IV. 



fret? e7rot?](rd'/ze0a, exprjcra/xefla 8e aurat? errj rptaKat'SeKa. (173) *V 
8e rovra> T<*> \p6va eretxiVa/xez; roz> rieipaia Kat ro jSo'petoz; retx<>9 



48. Harpocr. Ata jjito-ov retxo9 : 'Avn^&v vpbs NtKOKAe'a. 
rpi&v ovToiv retx<3z> ev Trj 'ArrtKrj, a>9 Kat 'Aptaro^azJTjs 1 (frrjcrlv V 

Tpl^aArjrt, TOV T (3opLOV KCLL TOV VOTIOV KOL TOV 3>a\r)pLKOV, biO, 

}jil(Tov T&V Trap 9 exarepa eAeyero ro VOTIOV, ov jJLvrjfj,ovVL xal 
tv Yopyia. 

Aristod. v. 4. See above 7. 

49. Plut. (7im. 13 : Aeyerat Se Kat rwr pa.Kp&v Ti)(G>v, a 
KaXouo-t, (TVVT\(rdrjvaL JJLCV vcrrcpov TJ}V otKo8o/xt 
dfjL\L(t)(rLv ets TOTTOVJ eAwSets Kat biafipoxovs rG>v 
picr6f]vai bia Kt/xco^oy acr^aAaJ?, )(aAt/ct TroAAr/ Kat XiOois 

a>^ TTL(T0VT(dVj KiVOV XP/jUaTa TTOpifovTOS Kdl OlOOVTOS. 



The Mid- Wall to Peiraieus. 

The 8id jjieaou Ti)(os. 

50. Plat. Gorg. 455 D : rOFFIAS. Oto-^a yap STJTTOV, on ra 

VU>pld TCLVTCL KOL TOL Tfi^T] TO. AOrjVditoV Kttt 7/ TcSi' AtjU^0)i; Ka.Ta<TKVr) 

CK TTJS 06/xto-roKAeovs (rvfjifiovhrjs yeyoi/e, ra 8* eK r^s ITepiKAe'ous, 
aAA' OI>K K r<3i; br)}j,iovp"y&v. 2O,KPATH2. Aeyerat rai;ra^ a> 
Fopyta, Trept 0e/^ta-roKAeovs' HeptKAeovs 8e Kat avroj rjKOVov, ore 
avv(3ov\evV fjfuv TTpl TOV bio. juteVou ret'xovj. Schol. : Ata /jtecrou 
retxo? Aeyet, o Kat axpt z;w eo-rtz^ ei; *EAAa8t. e^ rrj Movvv\ia yap 
7rotr)o-e Kat ro /oieVo^ retxos, ro //ez/ f3d\Xov ezrt roz; ITetpata, ro 8e 
7Tt 4>aAr]pa, tV et ro ev Kara^SArj^r/, ro aAAo vTrrjperotrj axpt TroAAoO. 

51. Plut. Per. 13: To 8e paKpov retxos, Trept ov 2a)Kparr]s 
aKoCo-at ^TICTIV CLVTOS eto-^yovjuteVov yv^^v ITeptKAeoi;?, fipyo\a(Sr)<r 
KaAAtKparr;?. Kco/xwSet 8e ro epyoz> Kpartz/oj (/?'. 300 K. i. 100) 
a)? /3pa8ecoj nepaivo^vov' 

77<$Aat yap avro, ^>r^crt, 
Aoyoto-t Trpodyet neptKAtr??, epyota-t 8* ovSe Ktz>et. 

52. Plut. <ie G^Zor. 4ta. 8 (^^. 351 A): Ka^rot Kat rourov (roy 
ITeptKAea) a>? {3pabe&s avvovTa rot? epyot? eTrto-KWTrrcar Kparti^o? 
(/r. 300 K.), ovrco 77(0? Aeyet Trept roC 8ia /xeVou retxow " Ao'yotcrt 
yap a-yro Trpoayet E[epiKAer]9, epyot(rt 8' ov8e Kti'et." 

53. Andoc. 3 C?e Pac. 6: Ovrot rjij.lv tlprivr}V tTroirja-av 7rpo9 



48-61.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 185 



AaKeSat/xoi'touy err] rptaKoyra . . . (7) %v TOVTQIS roty 

Aa/3oVrey dvr]VyK.a^v yiXia rdAarra ety rr)v aKpo'TroAtz;, Kat 
KareKA?/(ra|uer efatpera etWt rw Srj/oici), rovro 6e rpirjpety dAAay 
uTnjyTjo-d/xefla, Kal rauray eatpe'rovy ei/A?)(/Ho-(tyie0a etrat, 
re otKo8o/jtr]o-a/xe^a, \i\iovs re Kal 8taKO(7tou? tTTTrea? KCU 
roforay roo-ovrov? erepovs Kareo-rrjo-a/xe^, /cat TO reT)(oy rd jJLCiKpov TO 
VOTIOV eretxtV^r/. 

Aesch. 2 defals. leg. 172. See above 47. 

The Statues of the Tyrannicides. 

.Date o/ Hegias, Kritios and Nesiotes. 

54. Plin. A r . IT. 34. 49. Dio Chrys. 55. i, p. 282 R., 641 Emp. 

55. Paus. i. 8. 5 : Ov v6pp<* 6e kcn-aaiv ^Appobtos Kal 'A/HOTO- 
ytiTtov ol KTivavTs "\Tntcip\ov . . . roiz; 6e avbpidvTav ol y,iv etcrt 
KpiTLov re'x^, roi/y 8e dp^aiovs eTroajcrey 'Az^rrii/cop. Hepfov 8e, o>? 
ctXe^ 'A^^ay K\nr6vT(i)v TO CLO-TV 'Adrivaiuv, d-Trayayo/xeVot; Kat 
rovrouy are Xdtyvpa Kare7re/x\/^er wrepov 'A6rjvaioi$ ' 

56. Marm. Par. 54 (70): J A<* ou . . . at etKoVey 
'Apfjiooiov Kal 'ApioToyeiYoz/oy, err? HHAII[I] (71) ap\ovTos * 



57. Luc. Philops. 18; ^Ae^. Praec. 9. Paus. i. 23. 9. 
Quintil. xii. 10. 7. Plin. JV. IT. 34. 78. 

Work of Kimon in decorating the City. 

68. Paus. i. 28. 3 : Tr) 8e aKpoTroAei, TrX^v ocrov Ki/xcai; a>Ko8o- 
fjL7](Tv avTrjs 6 MtAriadou, TrepijSaAety ro Xonrbv Xeyerat roi; TL\ovs 
ITeXao-yovs otK?jo-ai;rdy Trore VTTO r^y aKpoTroAtr. 

59. Corn. Nep. C^m. 2 : His ex manubiis Athenarum arx, 
qua ad meridiem vergit, est ornata. 

60. Plut. dm. 13: EfpcSros 8e raty Aeyo/xeWiy eAeu^eptoty /cai 

8tarptj3aty, at fJUKpov vcrTpov VTrep^vcSy riya^r\Qr]cTav^ 
ro aorv, r^z; jaev dyopav TrAardi'oty Kara^vrewray. rr)y 
l 'AKa8?}juteia^ ef di^Spou Kat avx^pa? KaTdppvTov aTroSet^ay dAcros 
(TK-q^vov v'n avTov 8po r /xots Kaflapoty Kal arcrKtoty TreptTrdroty. 

61. Plut. Praecept. ger. reip. 24 (^/L 818 D) : Kt/otcor eKo 
T^Z; dyopdv TrAardi'coi/ ^uretaty Kat 



186 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. IV. 

The Three Hermai. 
See above III. 13, 20, 21. 

The Stoa Poikile. 

62. Plut. Ci/m. 4 : Kal yap ov8' aXAcos TT\V 'EATrtz/'iKrjzj CVTCLKTOV 
Tiva yeyovevai Xeyovcnv, dXXa Kal irpos YloXvyvaTOV efa/oiapreti; TOV 
d(f)ov' KOI 8td TOVTO (f)a(riv v Tr} IIeicrtai>aKrei(*> ro're KaXovfJLvrj, 
iXr] 8e vvv aroa, ypafyovra ras Tptpdoas ro rrjs Aao6"tK7]s 

TTpOCTMTTOV V ZIKOVL TTJS 'EATTt^tKI]?. 6 8e Ylo\VyVto)TOS OVK 

r\v TU>V fiavavtrtov ov& air* zpyoXafiias eypa^e Tr\v aroav, d 

TTpOtKa, (j)L\OTLIJiOVfJLVOS TTpOS TV]V TtoXlV, O)9 Ot T 

Kal MeAav^tos 6 77017777/9 Aeyei TOV rpoirov TOVTOV 
aiirov yap ai:avai(TL Qt&v vaovs ayopdv re 



63. Paus. i. 15. I : ATJTT] 8e f] oroa irp&ra fj.ev 'AOrjvaiovs 

' Olvorj TTJS 'Apyeta? kvavria AaKeSat/xortco^* yeypciTrrat 
9 aKfjirjv dy<S^o9 oi5e roA/xTj/xarcor e9 tirfaetfiv TO Hpyov tfbrj 
, dAAa ap\o^vr] re T; ^a^rj KOL 9 )(6t/)a9 crt (ruiuoVre9. (2) 
er 6e ra> jxeVw rw^ TOL^DV 'A^raioi Kal 07?o-ei;9 'A/utafoVt payovTai 
. . . em 8e rat9 'A/xa^bVti; ''EAATT^eV et<rty rjpijKOTzs v IAto^ Kat ot 
j3a(rtAei9 riOpoio-^voi oia TO AlavTos $ Ka<ro-dvftpav roA/x^/xa' Kat 
avrbv f) ypacf)!] TOV AlavTa e)(ei Kat y?jratKa9 raii' atx^^Awrooz; aAAas 
re Kat Kao-(ray8par. (3) reAeuratoz; 8e r?J9 ypatyfjs i(rlv ot /ixaxea-a- 
Mapa^wz^f Boicora)^ [8e] ot ITAarata^ exoi're9 Kat oVov 771; 
tacrtz^ e9 x^lpas rot9 fiapfidpois. Kal TavTy pev tcrTiv Iva 
Trap' d}J.(f)OT^p(ov es TO fpyov' TO be eaa) r^9 ^d^rj^ (frevyovTes el&iv 
ot pdpfiapoi Kal ts TO eAo9 <j)6ovvTS a\\ij\ovs. eo-^arat 8e r7J9 
ypatyTJs vfjts re at 4>oiVt<To-at, Kat T&V (3ap/3dp(*)v TOVS eo-7rt7rro^ra9 e9 
raTJra? (frovtvovTts ot f/ EAAr]^e9. tvravQa K.al MapaO&v yeypa/xjue / ^o9 
eorti; rjptos, a^> ov TO TreStoy &v6jj.acrTaL, Kal r)o~vs OLVIQVTI, eK y7)9 
etKao-/xeVo9, 'A6r]va re Kat c HpaKA^9* Ma/)a^a)i/tots yap, a>9 aijrot 
XeyovcrLV, 'HpaKXrjs evo^La-dr] Otbs 7rpa>rot9. roSi; jLta^ojueVa)!; 8e SiyAot 
fxdAta-rd etaty eu rr/ ypatyfj KaAAtjuaxo'9 re. 69 'A0r]vaiois TroAe- 
fjprjTO, Kal MtArtd5779 rwy o-TpaTrjyovvTtov, rjpas re " 
, ov Kat vcrTcpov TrotTJo-ojotat 



62-70.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 187 



The Theseion and Theseia. 
See III. 28, 31, 35. 

64. Thuc. vi. 61. 2. 

65. Diod. iv. 62. 4 : Ot 6e 'Aflrjuatot . . . ra re ocrra (rov 
/uer?7z>eyKaz> Kat rivals I(ro0eois ertjutrjo-ai; avrov, Kat re/Aero? 
TTOir](rav v rat? 'AOi'ivais TO TTpoaayopevo^evov an ZKCLVOV 

66. Harpocr. TloXvyvtoros '. . . . Trept rToAuyrwrov roi; <oypa(/>ov, 
acrtov juia> ro yeVoj, vtoi) 8e KOI /xa^rou 'AyAaoc^wiro?, 

6e r?jj 'AOrjvaitov TroAireta? ^roi e-Tret r^y HoiKtA^i; oroaz; 
-TrpoiKa, r) d)j re/)ot, raj ev T(3 0r](ret(j) Kat Tw 'A^aKetw ypa(f>as, 
i<TTopr\K.a.(Tiv aAAot re Kat 'Aprejucoy er rw Trepl ^coypa^cov KCU 'lo^Sas 
ez; rots Trept ypa^LKrjs. 

67. Suidas : rToAvy^coro?, ovro? ^oypacjboy jotez^ ?Ji; rr)z^ 
aa-tos 5e ro yeVoy, wo? 6 Kat jua^rr)? 'AyAao^wz^ro?, rux<*>z> 
r?J9 'AOrjvaitoV TroAtreiay, TJ eTret rr/y IloiK^Ary^ o-roai' cWypcn/^e 

^ a>s Iz^tot ra? ez^ rw Qqcravpii) KOL ras iv J Az/aKet(i> ypa^>aj. 

" 07]o-avpw] leg. O^orea)? tepw. Paus. in Atticis eius picturas 
Miconi tribuit, templi vero Castorum Polygnoto. est tamen 
Qrjo-avpos domus Athenis ts ayaAjuarcor Kat \pf]^ar^v IzpQv 
airoOeoriv. Hesych. Reines. tv rw Tjo-euo Valckenarius. Opis- 
thodomuni interpretatur Bottigerus p. 270." Bernhardy. 

68. Photius : rioAvyz;a)ros eadem ac Suidas tradit. 

69. Paus. i. 17. 2 : ITpos 6e rw yvjutracrto) 0r](7ecoj ecrriz; tepoV* 
ypcHpal be etVt Trpos 'A/^afoVa? 'A^r]z;atot juaxo'juezjot . . . yeypairrat 
6"e ez; ra> row 0r](ra)j tepa> Kat ^ Kez^ra^pcoz^ Kat [T?] AaTrt^wz; j^ax 7 ?- 
. . . (^) ro ^ ^^ rptrou r<Sz> rotxwi' ?2 ypafyr] /JLJ] 77U0o/xeVots a Aeyovatz; 
ov o-a^)?]? ecrrti>, ra fxeV TTOV 5ta rov \povov, ra 8e MtKcov ou rov 
Trai^ra eypav/^e Ao'yoz^. (3) Mtz^ws ^tKa 0T](rea Kat roz> aAAoy 
crroAoz^ raii' 7rat8a)z^ ?7yez> e? KpTJrry^ K.r.A. 



Public Works of Perikles. 



70. Plut. Per. 12 : *O 6e TrAetVrrji; /*> ^80^1; rat? 'Afloat? Kat 
KoV/xov r/z^eyKe, /uteytar^r 8e rot? aAAot? eKTrArjftz^ az;0pa>7roi?, \LQVQV 
8e r?/ e EAAa8t /zaprupa, //r) \^^8eo-^at r/V Aeyoju^z; bvva^iv avrrjs 
Ktivr]v Kat ror TraAator o\(3ov, fj r<S^ d^a^/xarwz^ 



i88 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. IV. 



T&V TroAtrev/zdrcoz; TOV YIepiK\eovs efidvKaivov ol fyQpol Kat 
v V rats eKKArjo-tats /3oa>z>res, a>? 6 juer 8r}/xos doa Kat 
KaK<S? aKOvet rd K0tz>d ro>^ 'EAAr?z;a>z> xPW ara 77/069 ai>roz> e/c ArjAou 
juerayaywzj, 77 d' J-VCGTTIV avrta Trpos rovs eyKaAowras euTrpeTreo-rdrr) 
r<3z> 7rpo</>d<Tecoi>, beio-avra rows /3ap/3dpous fKtWev dreAeo-^at /cat 
</>vAarreiz> ei' oxvpw ra KOiva, Tavrr]v avrjpr]K TlpiK\rj$' Kal 
6et^y ^ptz^ 77 'EAAa? -vfipi&a-Oai Kat TVpavvtivQai TTpL(f)avS>s ) 
rot? to-<^epojueVoty VTT 1 avr^y wayKata)? Trpo? roi' Tro'Aejaoi; 

KaTa-^pva-ovvras KOL KaAAcoTTtforra? cao-Tre/o dAafoVa yvi;atKa, 

At^ov? TToAvreAet? Kat dyaAjutara Kat vaous 
biba(TKv ovv 6 Ylf>LK\fj$ TOV bfjfjiov, ort ^nffu&nt 
OIIK 6(j)L\ovcrL rot? a-u/x/xaxotj Ao'yo^ TrpoTroAejuoCyre? avr&v Kat 
f3ap(3dpovs dptpyoyre>-, otx tTTTror, ov vavv, ov^ OTrAtr?]^ dAAd 
fjiovov T\ovvT(tiv, a T&v bibovTtov ovK. (TTiv, aAAa r&iy 
, av r nap\(tia'iv avtf ov Aa/x/Sdi'oixrt' 8et 8e r^9 TroAeco? 
rots cbayKat'ot? TT/DO? roi/ TroAe/moj', et? raCra 
aiirr}?, d(^)' wi' 6o^a juez; yevofjLevcav atbios, 
V7ropia 8e yivoptVM 

at 



Kivovaai, <T-)(ev or]v iioiovariv 
KocrfjLOv^vrjv Kat rp^o^v^v. rots /uei> ya/o T/AtKta^ \ovcri Kat 
at a-rparetat rds aTro raw KOLV&V eviropias Tra.peix.ov, TOV 8' 
at fidvavcrov 6)^\ov o$r s afj-OLpov eTrat Ar/jUju.circoi' ^3oi)Ao- 
oi5re XafjifBdveiv dpyov Kat o-xoAdfoz^ra, /xeydAas Karao-Kuao-fxd- 



ets rov OTJfJiOV, Iva fJLrjbev TJTTOV T&V 7rAeo'i-Ta>z; Kat 
Kat o~TpaTVo^v(t)v TO oiKovpovv exit 7rp6<pa(nv airo 
br]iJLocrL(t)v a)(f)\i(rdai Kat jiieraAa^dz/et^. OTTOU yd/) vAr] /uici 
At'0os, x a ^ KO/ ^5 eAe^as, XP U(ro/? 5 f/3e^o? 5 KVTrdpto-cros, at 
tKirovovo-ai Kat Ka.Tpya{6iJLvai rexz/at, reKroz^es, TrAdo-rat, 
\L0ovpyoi, ^3a^)ts, XP^^oi; juaAaKrr/pes [Kat *] eAe<^az^ro 
TrotKtArat", ropeurat, 7io/z7rot 6e rovrooz^ Kat Ko/xtorr/pes, e/x7ropot Kat 
ravrat Kat KvjBepvrJTaL Kara ^dAarraz^, ot 8e Kara y?yz; d/xafo7rT]yot Kat 
^vyoTp6(j)OL Kat fjvioxoi Kat KaAcoo-rpo'^ot Kat \ivovpyol Kat aKiro- 
ro'/aot Kat 68o7rotot Kat jueraAAets, eKdo-rr] 8e re'xzn?, Ka^aTrep o-rparryyos 
tStoz^ o"rpdreu/xa, roz> dr]TLK6v o)(\ov Kat t^twrr^ o~vvTTayfj.VOv tlx V > 
opyavov Kal crw^a rrys VTTTjpea-tas yivojjievov, ets Trdo-ar, &>s ITTOS 
etTreti', f]\u<iav Kat <frv<riv at xP ^ ai OLV^ov Kat 
V7Toplav. (13) ava(3aiv6vT(i)v be T&V epywv vireprjcfxiv^v ^k 



71-74.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 189 



KCU 

rrjv ?7fuovpyi rj Kairex^ta, /xatora avy^aaiov r\v 
TO rax ?- & v yap twunw (ZovTo TroAAais bLabo%ais KOL fjXiKiais 
/uto'Ais 1 em re'Aos d<ieo-0cu, raOra irdpra /xtas d/c^r; TroAiraas eAa///3az;e 



Tribute applied to Public Works. 

TAe Propylaia. 
71. C.I. A. i. 314 Pars adversa (01. 85. 4): 



E[i]^fjuei;o9 ap\o\yros Kat eirt res /3oAes, "ct - - | - -]8c[s Trjporo? 
eypa/x[)uareue, curator primus \ - -, T]t/jU)y^[ej '\K\apitvs, A --- , 
curator quartus | - - s, ''ETrtxatpt s] 'An^LTpo^tOtv. TOVTOLS 
Ae/xM ara r ^ ei'tauro | rour]o ra8e. . . . The receipts for this year 
were composed of rent paid for temple-property by lessees. 
(vs. 7 : [xop vel otKt]as \pas /ouo-[0o's]), and of another sum 
resulting from the sale of something uncertain (vs. 8 - - KOV 



72. 0. I. A. i. 315 Pars aversa (01. 86. 3): [Em re? 
rerjapres dpx^ * fc Aioye'fves eypaju/nareue - - | --- /cai (?)] 7rt res 
^SoAes, *et MerafyeVes] -jrpforos eypaf/|/jtareve, e7rt]orrarat 'Apt[(rr . . .]os 
MfeAtrev? (?)], M [curator secundus \ - - ]s, &LKTVS KO[L]\[VS 1 -] 
p [curator quartus, \ item quintus 0]opatevs. TOVTOLS A[e'jujuara 
r]6 VL[CLVTO TOVT\O rd8e]. 

Receipts from the Hellenotamiai. 

Vs. 11-13. [ITa]pd 'EAAeyora/^iSz/, ']ois IIporoy[erey | eypa/x]- 
/adrere Ke[(|)t(7ie]vy, ro xo-Vjui[^axt|Ko (/>op]o JJ.VCL CLTTO TO [ralAdrro. 

Vv. 14 if. of uncertain meaning, vs. 16. - - d] vel At] 
Troo-rpartas TT - -. Cf. Thuc. ii. 13. 3. 

The Parthenon? and Statue of Athena. 

73. C. I. A. i. 304 vs. II [irapa 'EAAeroraJ/xtoi;, *[ots - - - 

K.r.A. 



74. (7. /. A. i. 298: 0eot. 'A^e^a(ta). Tv X e. 
eypa/i/xd|re7;e dydA/xaros e7ri|oTCireo-i Mvpptroo-toy. | Ae/xjaa Trapd 



190 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. IV. 

Other sources. 

75. Demosth. 3 01. iii. 25 : A^oo-ia /mei> roivvv otKo8oju?jfjiara 
Kal KaAA.Tj roiaura KCU rocravra KaTe&Kevaaav fjfuv iep&v KOI ra>y 
v TOVTOIS avaBrmcLTtoV) wore prjbfvl TU>V I'myiyvo^iva^v v7rep/3oArjz> 



76. Schol. ac? OZ. iii. 25, p. 35. 17 e cod. Bav. : 
fTTonfjO'av, KOL avzOrjcrav CLTTO T&V Xa(f)vpa)v T&V Yl^pariK.5>v t rbv 

rov apyvpoTToba TOV Sepfow, KOL TOV aKivaK^v rov Mapbovtov, KCLL ra 
TTpoTtvXaia rfjs Tro'Xews KCLTecrKfvaa-av, KCLI TTJV x.a\K.rjv 'AOrjvav Kal 

TT]V K XpV(TOV Kal \({>aVTOS. 

77. Demosth. 22 in Androt. 13 : Ot ra Trpoiru\ai.a Kal TOV 
TrapOev&va otKoSo^a-airej tKtlvoi Kal raAAa d-Tro T&V fia 

lepa KocrfJir]a'avTs. 

78. C. I. A. i. 309 vs. 12: 

Tlapa TO[V Ttportpov 
orjarepe? 



[?r]apa 

. at tyfia --- 

[?r]a/oa 



[7rap]a * 

'EA]eu 

[jr]apa 



79. C. I. A. i. 310 : ITapfa TOV irporipov 7Ti<rraror]' 
- - yj)v<r\o o-rare/oej 



irapa Tafuov, [ c ot ra res 



-XXPHPAAPIIIII 2rpo/x/3ixo[s eypa^areve] 



a rp[ ---- ] 
Cf. 84 below. 



75-82.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 191 



Pheidias Superintendent, &c. 

80. Plut. Per. 13: ridVra 8e StetTre KCU TTCLVTCDV eTrto-Koiros 

4>et8tas, Katrot juteyaAovs ap\iTtKTovas e^oVrcoi; KCU 
rcoz> epycoz;. ... 6 8e 4>et8tas etpyaero jotey rfjs 0ov TO \pvarovv e'Soy 
Kat TOVTOV brifjiiovpybs Iv rfj OTTJA?? etvat yey/oa-Trrai, -Traz/ra 8' ?}i> 
CTT' avrco^ Kat Tracrtr, <a? et/)^Kajaer, eTrecrraret rots 



The Parthenon and its Sculptures. 



81. Schol. Arist. Pac. 605 : 4>iAoxopoy (/r. 97 .P. H. G.\. 400) 
7rt @eo5a>pov (sic Palm, legebatur HvOobtipov) apyovros ravra 
<^j](Ti. Kat ro ayaX/xa TO xpvvovv rijs 'Adrjvas fo-rddrj ets rov veav 
TOV /meyar, \ov \pvo-iov (rraQ^bv raXavrtov fib', HepLKXtovs eTTtcrra- 
TOVVTOS, 4>t8tou 8e 7rot?}(razrros. Kat 4>et8tay 6 Trotrjo-aj, o'o'fas 
TtapaXoyi&aQai TOV cXifyavTa TOV et? rcij QoXibas, Kpi6r]. Kat 
<f>vy<i)v ets ^HXtz; epyoXafirjorai TO ayaAjoia rot) Atos rou ez; ' 
Xeyerat. roCro 8e e^fpyacrajute^os aitoOaveiv VTTO 'HAetco^ e^rt 
Scopov (s^c Palm, vulgo %KV0.) os eortr a7ro rovrov e/36o/ao?. . . . 
(6 4>et5ta9, a>s ^tAo'xo^o'j c^r/crt^ e^rt 06o8copou ap^ovTos TO ayaA/xa 
TTJ? 'A^T/z^as Karao-KeudVas oc^etAero ro \pva~iov K TWZJ bpaKovT<av 
TTJS yjpv<T\t<j>avT f nrr}S 'AOyvas, $' w Karay^coo-^ets ef^jataj^ <t>vyfj' 
ytvofjitvos 8^ ^s 9 HAtr Kat epyoAa/3?}0-as Trapa rwi^ 'HAetcoy ro 
ayaAjuta rou A to? roi; 'OAv/nTrtov, Kat Karay^coo-flets VTT' O.VT&V ws 
o-aiJLtvos avypeOii). Cf. Duebn. Adnot. in Schol. 



Statue of Athena. 

82. Plut. Per. 31 : C H 8e x t P t/(rn ? M^ atrta 
8^ -TrAetcrrou? pdpTvpas, ovrco TTCO? A^yerat. 4>et8tas 6 7rAaa-rr;s 
e/>yoAa/3os /me^ ijv rou aydAjuaro?, uxnrep etpryrat, ^>tAo? 5e rw 
ITeptKAet yero'/xez^os Kat peyHTTOv nap avra> 8vrr]^ets rovs /xev 8t 
a^ror (rxv t\6povs ^Bovov^vos^ ot 8e rou brjfjiov iroiovfjievoi, 
iretpai; ez> KLvu>, TTOIOS rts eo-otro FleptKAet Kptr?]s, Me^coz^a rtz^a 
rwv <t>6t8tov crvvepy&v -7reto-az;res tKerr]!; ci/ ayopa Katitfavo'tv, 

CLLTOV}JLVOV ablCLV 7Tt lM}VlKTtl Kttt K.aTT]yOpl(L TOV 4>t8tOU. TTpO(T- 

be TOV br^Jiov TOV avOpairov Kat yerojaeVry? ^ 
KAoTrat jmez^ OVK r)\y\ovTo' TO yap y^pvcriov ovrcos 



i 9 2 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. IV. 



r<p dydA/^cm Trpoo-etpydo-aro KOI irpL0r]KV 6 
TOV YlepiK\ovs, wore irav bvvaTov elvat irpL\ov(riv d7ro5eifai TOV 
oTaOjjiov, o KOL Tore TOVS Kcmjyopovs e/ce'Aewe Trotetu 6 YlpiK\fjs' T) be 
So'fa r<3z> epycov eTTtefe (frOovto TOV 4>et6taz;, a^ /uaXior^' on rrjy Trpos 
'AfJia6va$ fjt,a'^r]v ev rfj acnrtSt TTOL&V avrov riva, jJLOp<priv 

V TTtTpOV TTrjplJiVOV 6t' OL^OT^p^V T&V 

iKova TrayKa\r]v ZvtOrjKc fj.axoiJ.evov irpbs J A/xa- 
{oz/a. ro 6e (Tyr^a rfjs ^etpoj, a^arecyow?]? Sopv Trpo T^S otyea>s rou 
, f n^ f noir\^vov tviM}\avtos olov TTiKpv7TTLV /SovAerat r^y 
Ttapa(paivoiJLvr]v tKCLTeptoOev. 6 fjitv ovv 4>t8ta? et? TO 
ts ereAeimjo-e ^oo-rjo-as, a>s 8e (fracriv eznot, 
rou HeptKAeovs rwi' ty6p&v Trapao-Kevacraz;- 
;. TO) 6e ijujwrfj Mlvawi ypatyavros T\VK(tivos dre'Aetaz/ 6 
l8a)K, Kal Trpoo-erafe rots orparr/yot? eiri/oteAetcr^at njs d 
roi) avOpumov. 

Cf. Thuc. ii. 13. 5. 

83. Eusebius (Sync. 471. 7): <f>et6ta? TrAaorrjs Kat dyaA/oiaro- 
TTOtos tyvdipL&To os TT]V ^(f)avTivr]v ' A0r]vo.v eTTOtrycre. Hieron. OZ. 
85. 2 : Fidias eburneain Minervam facit. Fern -Arm. O/. 85. 
i : Phidias eburneam Minervae statuam fecit. 



o/ ^e Epistatai. 
84. (7. /. A i. 301 Fragmentorum a et b pars media : Tot? 
, *oty | 'Aj;rtKAes eypa/xjudre^ezj], | em res rerdpre? *ai 
Trporo? eypa/x/z|drt; 7rt Kpareros 
ro ei;tavro | rovro rd^e' | 

XHHH T7piyv6^.VOfJi 

HP A A ptv K ro irporcpo 

fVLCLVTO 



j o-rarepe[s] 



o ra 
M M F 1 res ^eo [*r]a/ueu[o2/), | 

'ots Kpdres eyp[a]|/u/xdreve Aa/zTrrpfevs] 
XHHH xP uort/0 wpa0c[i;ros] | araB^ov PA AA (?) 
PAAhh rijue rouro 
XHHH fotyavros [*pa]6(<lv]- 
- 1 1 1 1 ros <TTaOp.6[v] TT - - 



83-89.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 193 

PA. TL^T[OVTO] 



HH 6W/xaro[z/] 

- - hhl fjna-Oofj^cLTov] 

[*]u7ro/)[yot9] ra - - I t | 

Cf. 78 and 79 above, and C. I. A. i. 300, 302-308, 311. 

C. I. A. i. 284-288. (Earlier than 01. 84 from consistent 

use of $.) 

85. C. I. A. L 284. vs. I et 2 : - - [e7rtorare]o-t ical y - - | --- 
vs. 3 : [K(f)(iXaiov ava]\6fj,aTos. 

vs. 4, 5 : [TTpLyVr}o TO XeVjuaros 1 \ [Kara ro . . . .]ov eros. 

86. C. I. A. i. 285. vs. 6 : --- s eypaf/jotareue | --- v - e-TTt- 
<rrarat ] --- [7ra]/)a KoXa&peTdv. 

87. C. L A. L 286. vs. I : ---- [r]6t [epyot --- otKo]6of>tiai; 
[xa - - | Kat x 01 ^^" KJtt^crtjLta | [ ---- /ca0' kptpav fj,i(r]0ol Kara 
[ra elp{Ji^va a\Tr6iTa^cr l . 

88. (7. J. J.'. i. 288. vs. 2 : [KoXaJKperf ----- | ----- 7re/ot]y- 

^o[//voi; K ro Trporepo ei;]tavro. 

vs. 8 : ---- v rot epyo] [t ---- otK]o8ojuuaz> Ka| [ -------- K]al 

Ka 



vs. 14 : --- [7ri<rr]are(n Ka[t y - -] | --- eret | --- [Ke^>a- 
Xatoy] ai/aAo'^arfo?] | [TrepieyeVerJo ro Xe///btar|[os --- Kara ro --- ]ov 
eros. 



89. C. I. A. iv. p. 37, 297 a. Annus operis* Letter 
ripe 



Trap' Evcj)p[o ---- ] 
trapa 
['AraXjo'/xara 



Xi^o]ro/>tots Ile^refXe^ey Kat 
roz; Xtj^oz; rov $ ra [evaterta] 

1 Hesych. aTT^Tro^' {vfjiirav, i) 




194 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Oh. iv. 

----- 015 Kal \iO[os avanBevi tm TO] 
c V7Tovyta rb]s es ra [eyaie'rta IlevreAeo-i] | [ros 
II]ez/rAe[0ez; | ----- es] ra epya[oWpia]. 
90. C. I. A. iv. $97 b. ^.TITIUS operis * * Letter 



*] | 

arozj' | - - Xi0oro'/xoi]j 
oj/ ej ra epaieria | [ ------ oi]s Kal 

Aido? avanOtcri 7r|[l ros oz^os rTeJvreXea-t r6s ey ra i/aierta| 
[ro? lKO^r]as ITe^reAe^ev K.rA. 
91. C. I. A. i. 297. Letters : Fr. a. emora[rai ---- ] 

| ra6e lA[a/3oi> ---- ipy]|t/pioi; | --- f^HH ---- | P AA --- |. 

vs. 6 : xpvvi ----- |ero HH --- KaAAa[i(rxp --- ]\dfKV. | 

di>aAo[jotara]. 

Fr. b. vs. 3 : a7repya[<na ---- ] | PHHpAA --- | Kara/3[Ae/xa ?] 

---- | HHH ---- | x/ovo-to ---- | . /mart w --- 



Perikles at the head of the Commission. 

92. Strab. ix. I. 12 (395): Etr' 'EXevcrlj TroAts, h fj TO TTJS 
os itpov rfjs 'EAeva'trtas, Kal 6 jutvoTtKOS crrjKos, ov Kareo~KV- 

acrev 'iKrtroj, o\Xov Oedrpov b^acrOau bvvafj.vov, os KOL TOV irapOc- 
v&va 7rot^(7 TOV Iv aKpoTroAet rrj 'AOrjvq, HcpLKXtovs tma-TaTovvTos 
T&V tpyctiv. 

93. Diod. xii. 39 : Td r^s 'A^r]i;ay &ya\p.a 4>ei5ta? /x^ Kare- 
, OeptKA^y 8e 6 zavdiTnrov Ka^eo-rajue^os ijj; 



TOV eptKeous KaLo~av e-Tr raw rci^ 0)i^ /a)ju^' ia e ro 
do^ov TTpoa-KaXovfjievoL ttyavav TroAAd ro>^ lepa>y yj^^aTtov 

btt^eiv, eTrtcrrajueVou Kal (rwepyoiJyros roS eTrt/xeAr/roi; Ilept- 
. (2) 8ioVep KK\rjcrias o-vv\6ov<rri$ Trepl rovrcoy, ot /xev 
roi; fleptKAeouj i-TTticrav TOV bTJpov (rvAAajSe^ roz> ( J ) et6tai' Kal 
vroO rou IleptKAeous KaTrjyopovv ifpoavXiav. Cf. 81 above. 



Commission. 

C. I. A. i. 289-296. 

94. (7. J. A i. 291 (Year 3 of the Commission) : [E]vxa/ot[- 
o ypa]/xju[arvoz>ros] | ['Aj^idvaio [e7r]icrrdYa[i 
..... o - - [Ae/x,fxa .] | K.r.A. 

Letters 



90-100.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 195 

95. C.I. A. i. 294. (Year 6.) vs. 31 : 

['Ay]a<ri[ir]wo y[pa]/ut[jutarei;]o[Wos] 
rapye[r]r[(]o [eirtordrat - - - -] 

'A/i[o]f/3i X o* [AMwrpeMsJ 'O ..... 

c E<maio'0[ei>, ............ ] 

35 Mvppivocr[i]o[$, . . ] 0o . . o ..... ] 

KtrTLos, 4> . . . . o ... O[foatos]. 

Letters A/C 

96. (7. J. A. i. 322 vs. l : pE^io-rdrat TO veo TO h Tro'Aet, h 
*6t ro ap\alov ayaAjua, Bpo<rw . | . es Ke$t(rtei;?, XaptaSes ' 

, Atones Ke^io-teuy, ap^iT^rov \ [4>t]AoKAes ' 



Letter ^ 

artists engaged j besides Pkeidias. 

97. Plut. Per*. 13: T6z> juey yap kK.aro^'n^ov Tia.p6tvG>va KaA.- 
rr/s etpya^ero Kai 'IKTIZ/OS. 

98. Strab. ix. T. 16 (395): 'ETrl 8e rf/ Trerpa r^ r?js J A0Tji>aj 
^ o re dpx a '? z^ews 6 r?Js IToAid8oy er w 6 ao-/3ecrros A^x^oy, 
6 irapOevtov bv eTrotTjo-ey 'IKTIVOS, ^ w ro row <I>et8tou epyoy 



99. Paus. viii. 41. 9 : 'iKrtuos 6 ap\iTKTa>v rov tv 4>tyaAta 
yeyoz/cbs rrj ^AtKta xara HeptKA^a xal 'AQrjvaioLs rov 



C. I. A. i. 322. See above 96. 



The Odeion. 



100. Plut. Per. 13: T6 5' ' 
TroAveSpov Kat TroAvo-rvAo^, rr/ 8' epex/^et TreptKAire? Kai Karavres e/c 
/utas Kopvtyrjs TrtTroirjfjLtvov, eiKova Aeyovtrt ye^eV^at Kat /xt/xTjjuta r^s 
o-K?]i;^s, eTTioTarowros Kal ro^rw ITeptKAeovs. 810 Kat 
Kparti/os ez; 0parrat? (/r. 71 K. i. p. 35) Tratfet 7rp6s avroV* 
6 o"^LvoK^)a\os Ztvs o5e Trpoo-epxcrat 
er]? ra)8etoi/ eTrt row npaviov 

, 7T6l8T) TOVVTpaKOV TTapOL^Tai. 

8* 6 ITeptKA^y roVe TrpcSror \/rr/^)to-aro 
2 



196 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. iv. 

ay&va rots YlavaOrjvaiois ayecrdai Kat 6teraei> CIVTOS d 
KaOori XP?) TOVS ayuvi^optvovs aiAetz> r) a8eti> TJ 
b /cat ro're Kai roz> aAAoj; \povov tv '&t6et(i> rois 



101. Vitruv. v. 9. i : Exeuntibus e theatre sinistra parte 
odeum, quod Themistocles columnis lapideis dispositis, navium 
mails et antemnis e spoliis Persicis pertexit. 



Tlie Propylaia. 

102. Plut. Per. 13: Ta 8e TrpoTrvAata Trjs aicpoTro'Aecos e 

/jt^v ev Trevraerta M^ryo'tKXcoi's apx 17 "^^ 7 " 01 ' ^ 7 " ?* ^X 7 ? ^^ 0CLVfj.a<rTri 
o-f/x/3a(ra Trtpt rr)z; olKobofjiiav ejUTJz/vcre rr)z> 
aAA.a crvv(t>a7rToiJi.vr]v TOV epyou KOI <n;z;7rtreXo{}(ra^. 6 yap e 
raro? Kat Trpoflu/jtoraros TWI; rcx^tToii' a7ro(70aXeis e^ v\jsovs 
Kat 8tKtro /oiox^pws. ^776 r<S^ larp&v a 
6e roi; ITeptKA.eovs ^ ^eo? ora/> tyavtlcra o-vz/eVafe Bepaneiav, y 
6 IleptKA^s ra)(i) Kat /5a8t(o? IdaaTo TOV avOpwirov. CTTI 
e Kat ro )(aAKo{5i' ayaA/xa T^S 'Tytetaj ' 

Trapa roi; ^3co/u,oV, os Kat irporepov rjv, a>s A.eyouo-ti>. 
0. 7. ^. i. 314, 315. See 72, 73. 

103. Harpocr. ITpoTrvAata ravra: . . . Trepl 8e rooz^ 

T% aKpOTToAecos, wj evrt E^^vjLtei^OD? apxovros oiKobojjLelv TjpavTo 
'AOrjvaioi, Mvrja-LKXtovs ap^iTtKrovovvTos, aAAot re t(7rop?jKao-t Kat 
4>tAo'xopo? ez; rrj 6'. 'HAtoScopo? 5' e^ a' Trept rrjs 'AQrjvrja-iv aKpo- 
TroAecos /xe^* erepa Kat rama (frri&Lv " ey Irecrt juiez; e' 

8e avr]Xu>6rj bi.(r\L\La t/3'* 
etj TT 



Construction of a guard-house on the Akropolis, previous 
to the Propylaia. 

1O4. 0. 7. J.. iv. p. 140, 2,6 a (AeArtoz; 'Apx- 1889, p. 254 ff., 
B. C. H. 1890, p. 177, Hermes, 26 (1891), p. 51, vs. 2 : [r]ci; 

[K]a^[a7ra^] | otKo[5]o/X(rat *o[7ro|9] av SpaTrere? /xe e[o-|t]et /xe8e 
87;r[e]s]' rawra 6e ^avz/ypaj^xrat fxez^ KaAAtKpci|[r]e ' OTTOS aptora Kajt 



101-ioe.] THE ATHENIAN CITY. 197 



euros 'excrc'IWozjra e/mepoV e7rto-K|[e]i;ao-0et, <vAaKa$ 5e | [?]vai rpes 
/utei> roxo"o'|[V]as eK res <uAes res | [Trjpuraz/evoVes. 

Vs. 2 : Kaedirav] - [<p]o'[ptH ? Foucart. 

About 440 B. c. Letters 



The Temple at Eleusis. 

105. Plut. Per. 13 : T6 8' & 'EAewu/t reAeorrjptozJ ^fpfaro juei> 
Ko'pot/3os otKo8o/uetz/, Kat rows err' e8a<oi>s Kiovas ZOrjKev OVTOS Kat 
rot? 7rtoTvXtots tvlfafav' airoOavovTos 8e roitrov MerayeVr/s 6 
SvTreVios rd Stafcojuta Kat roi/s az^co KLOVO.S Iflr^onjore" TO 5' OTratoz^ CTU 
roi) avcLK.ro pov HcroKX^s 6 XoAapyevs CKopvc/xotre. 

Strab. ix. i. 13 (395). See above '92. 

Regulation of .the Festival and Temple. 

106. C. I. A. iv. i. (?&. JTISC?'. in Brit. Mus. pt. i. p. 4. 
Lat. C. VS. 19: --- o. KepVKaj Se fxv[ojUz;o? r|6? /xJvo-ras'feKjao-ror 
....... | .... as Kara ra ........... | . TrAeflos v0[v]v(rda[t. 

.... ao-|t 8pax]M(7i. fx,[u]z; 8' etfi^at rots] | oa-t KepvKor [ical] Ev[juoA- 



Vs. 24-3^ (regulation, of the ceremonies): [r]6 8e 
ro juez; . ,]| . e<r ......... [/x,]ez/[o^ rajutev|]o-^at [e^ -7repij8]oAo[t rot 

voTO\0]v TO res 'A0ez>ata[s ap\aio r|e]6 ejUTroAef r[o] 8e apfxcttov 
rot|s] Iep07roto[to-t] ro [ ....... e|ju] TroAet ra/xteveo-[^at ...... ]| . 

8 .... \V v rot *[tepot ... .]| 

' ^ s - 35~39 : [v^ (J " ras Kao-TOjui ......... | [ro]s juwras ros 

-t^t juuo|jue]z>os ey ret a^Aet [. ... . ro *|t]epoi5, ros 8e kv aVret 

ez^ rot J EA[e]uo-tz;tot. 
Vs. 40-43 (the portions of .the priests): [r]6v eTrt rot /3ojaot 
tepea Kal [rbv 2epea | r]o(t)y 0eotz> Kal roz; iepea ro - - 1 [A]a/iz/3aWi> 

J-KaCTTOV TO - - | K.r.A. 

Lat. B. vs. 1-4 (penalties) : [r|a /u]ez; aKoVi[a | *]a7rAet, ra 8e 
r|e]Koo-ta 8t7rA[e|t]. 

Vs. 4-43 (the sacred truce) : [o-]7roi;8as etv|[at] roto-t juvo-r|[eo-tz;] 
Kat ro[ts | e7r]oVreto-iz; [K\al rjots aKoA[o|v0]oio-tz; Kai [a|AAot]0-ii> rotfs | 
. . . ,]oi; Kat [ J A0|e]z;[a]toto-ti; [ c d]|7rao-ty. apx*[ v $\\t v XP VO [ V T ]\ v 
a-novbov [TO] | Merayetrz;i[6]|^os jueros a7r[o] | Stxojuertas [x]|al TOV 

o. ras 



198 THE ATHENIAN CITY. [Ch. IV. 



\ eu>at kv Tei(r|t TroAecny, *o[r]|aj; \povrai TO|I 'tepoi, 
|/cei cv TCHTIV \ avreo-t -TroAcaliz;. rourc 8e oA|e 
toto-ti; ras [(r]|7ro^8as etz/afi] | TO rajm 
Ka[t] | TO*I; 'A^C(rr[p|t]oj;a Kai TO 



Lat. A. Regulations as to the states participating in the 

rites. 

Letters 



CHAPTER V. 

THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 

The Rise of Democracy. 

Position of the Areiopagos after the Persian Wars. 
L [Arist.] Eesp. Ath. 23, 25, 41. 

Influx of Aliens into Athens. 
Diod. xi. 43. See above IV. 15. 

Their numbers in the Peloponnesian War. 

2. Thuc. ii. 13. 6, 7; 31. 2. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 12. See 
above IV. 21. 

Regulation of the Harbour and Markets. 

3. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 51. 

4. Ar. Ach. 723 : 

c TT)S fryopas 
rovs \a\ovras Touo-6 

5. 7d F<ssp. 1406 : 

7rpo(7KaXoC/xat cr', oorts ct, 



6. Lysias 22 in Sitopol. 16: Ovrco 5e TraXat Trcpt r^s rovrcor 
iravovpyias Kal KaKOVoias f) TTO\IS i-yv(t>KV, &VT irl jne^ TOIS ciXAots 
dwiots 1 airacrt rovs &yopavop.ovs ^vXaxas KarOT7i(raTe, CTTI 8c ravrrj 
ls (Ttro^vAaKas airK\ripovTC. Cf. C. 8. 



200 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. v. 



7. C. I. A. iv. pars 2, p. 59, 192 c. Ditt. Syll. 337 : ' 
' Ap\eb[i\Kos NavKptrov Aa/xTrrfpevJs. | 'Em Neat'xjuou apyovros l - 
(vs. 7) e5[o]ez> [r]a>t Srjjuau' A|i7^a8r;[s] Arj/xeou Ilaiaznevs 
OTTCOS a\v 17 dyopa T? e[/u] ITetpaep] K[a]rao{Ke]vao-0[ei] /<|ai 
a>s /cdAAurra /c[a]t ra ez> rail | dyopaz>o[ju]iaH 7ri[0-]Kei>ao-0a oo-coz; 



ayopavc[ij]ov$ rovs I/a n[ 
6 6e avaXtopa clvai ets ravra [lie] roO d/)y]u/)tou oS ot ayopavopoi 



See also above IV. 23-43. 

Eeorganization of the Navy. 

The law of Themistokles. 
Diod. Sic. xi. 43. 3. See above IV. 15. 

The building of ships from time to time in the fifth 
century. 

8. Andoc. 3 de Pac. 5 'Awl o"e rG>v rpiriputv at roYe j]iuv 
r\(TOLV TraAatat Kal airAoi, at? /3a(7iAea Kat fiapjBdpovs Karavav- 
fj,a\ri(ravTS r\K^v6epu)(Ta^v TOVS "'EAArji/a?, avrl TOVTMV r&v 
tKarov rptTjpets vavirr]yr]a'dfjLda. 

Ibid. 7. See above IV. 53. 

The Trierarchia. 

9. Demosth. 20 in Lept. 19 : Ot ^v TOIVVV -rrAovo-teorarot 
papxovi're? del rw^ \opriyi&v dreAets V7rdp\ov(nv. . . . 28. 6pa0* a> 
o-a(/)&)? . . . /oiTjdeVa etz/at rptr;papxta? dreAr; bi^pr]Kev 6 ro/ 

ap\ovT(i)V. OVKOVV ot /ue^ eAdrreo 



10. Jc?. 14 cfe Symm. 16 : Tou? biaKocriovs Kal 



avrots 7rpo(TViiJiavTas' eav yap TOVT a7ro8etfr]re r6 TrA^oj, r/yoi5juat, 
raw TnK\rip(tiv Kal roSz; optyav&v Kal T&V K\ripovxi>K&v Kal rail/ 
KOivtoviK&v Kal ct ris d8waroy d<aipe0eVra>z>, Idecr^at x l/ ^- ia Ka ' 
6taKO(rta [ravra] v/xrv crw/xara. 

11. Isae. 7 de Apoll. her. 38 : *O juei; ydp irar^p auroi; . . . 
rpi?/papx<3r rov Trdvra \povov StereAeo-e^, OVK ex o-u/utjuoptas r^i/ 

1 B.C. 320/19. 



7-20.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 201 

vavv TTOirjvdfjitvos ft>(T7rep ol vvv, aAA* CK r<3z> avrov bcnrav&v, ov8e 
bVTpo$ avrbs &>v dAAa Kara jutoVa?, ovfe bvo ITU] bia\nr<t>v a\\a 



Some Material supplied by the State. 

12. Thuc. ii. 24 ; vi. 31. 3. 

13. Ar. Eq. 912 : 

KAEI2N. 'Eyw ere iroujcroo rpirj- 

papxelv, avaXio-KOVTa T&V 
cravrov, TraXaiav vavv Zyovr, 
cts 77^ avaX&v OVK $- 
ets oi8e 



Ai; lOTtoz; (Tairpov 

General Superintendence by the Council. 
14. [Arist.] Eesp. Ath. 46. Cf. C. I. A. i. 77, 78. 



Crews. 

15. Thuc. iii. 17. 3 ; vi. 31.3. 

The Trittyes. 

16. Demosth. 14 c?e Symm. 23 : f/ O7rcos az/ T&V p\v o\(av 

ev eKaorr; juepo? rj raJz> (frvX&v, TOV 8e jtxepovs eKaoTOi; ro rpirov jae 
17 rptrrvs ex^ etSiJTe 5', az; rt 5er/, irp&rov p^v rj]v (f>v\r)V, OTTOV 
T^raKrat, /xera raura 5e r^r Tpirrvv, etra Tpir\pap\oi rives KOL 
rpirjpeis irolatj KOL rpiaKOvra >jj,v y ^)vX?j, 6eKa 6' f) rptrri;? 



17. Ditt. /%K. 299 = C. I. A. i. 517 : [Aevp' s 
[Tp]|trrus reX[e]|vrat, ITepa[t]|6z; 6e rpirr|iis ^px erai Letter 



Composition of the Crews. 

18. Thuc. i. 121. 3 ; 143. i ; iii. i'6. i ; viii. 73. 5. 

19. Isocr. 8 de Pac. 48 : Kat TOTC p.v et TpiriptLs TrXrjpoiev, rovs 

KOL rovs bov\ovs vavTas et(re/3tj3afbr, TOVS 5 



[Xen.] jResp. ^.^. i. 12. See IV. 21. 

20. [Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 2 : 'O bijuos CVTLV 6 eXavvtov ra? vavs 

l 6 r^y bvvajjLiv Tre/nrtflets r?/ TroAef Kat yap ot KV^epviJTai Koi ol 



202 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch.v. 

K\V<TTal Kal ot TrevTijKOVTapyoi Kal ot Trpwparat Kal ol vavnrjyoi, 
ovroi flcriv ol rrjv ovvafjuv 7reptrt0ez>res r/} TroAet 7roAv juaAAop rj 
ol oTrAtrat Kal ol yevvaioi Kal ol 



The ' 

21. (7. I. -4. ii. 959, fr. a, vs. 14 : Tptr?papxo> \ 

vs) | [NJavo-torparos 2r(tptevs). | ['Ejm/Sarat 
| [Mv]ri<rias 'Aypv\fj(0ev) K.T.\. 

22. Thuc. ii. 23. 2 ; 69. 2 ; 102. I ; iii. 16. i ; 95. 2 ; vi. 
43. 2; viii. 24. 2. 



23. Thuc. ii. 56 ; vi. 31, 43. 

Superintendents of the Dockyards, &c. 

24. C. I. A. iv. i b = Lipsius, Ze^2. tffowfc. 1891, p. 413, vs. 



28 : Kal TOVTMV <t TTO'| [rt *V7rap^t av\ay^ypa^ivov 1 ez/ ra>t 
a>9 TrapeArj^orcoz/ raj TpLrjpzs \ [aTraira eaA.ei\|fa]i>ra)i> ot recapol 
aTravTa^oOcv, ra 8e <7Kvrj T&L 8?jjuo(rta)t eo-|[Trpa^az;ra>r ws raxtara 
Ka]l 7ravayKa.(ravT(av aTTobovai rds ZXOVTCLS TOVTMV \ [rt eurcA.?;]. 

25. (7. I. ^.. ii. 793 vs. I, 2: [Td]8e dz^e'ypa^az;] z/ea)|/)t]a)[z; 

vel ot ap\ovrs --- | -]z^ oz/ra v rots recoptots Kal [r]a 
Kal ra [o^etAo'jue^a - - - J. 

26. (7. 1. A. i. 77 vs. 15 : 'Ear 8e|[- - nur0]apvi (?) I 
\ [- -] rts 6(f)\4ro \L\ia[s] b\[paxfJ-cis *tepas ret 

f /ixio[i;]r| [ov avror 'ot eTri/ueJAo'/^uoi ro 



The Navy at the outbreak of Peloponnesian War. 

27. Thuc. ii. 13. 8, 9. 

28. Xen. Anab. vii. i. 27 : *H/xetj yap ot 'A07?i>atot ^Kdo^v cis 
TOV TTo\fj.ov rbv TTpos AaKeSai/ico^touy Kal rovs orvfjifjid^ov 
TpirjpfLS TCLS ^fv fv OoAaTTy ray 6* ^ rots z/ecopibts OVK 
rptaKoo-ta>r, v'na.pyovTtoV 8e TroAAcSz; )(pr]/x(ira)^ er rry TroAet Kal 
Trpoo-o'Sot; OVOT/S Kar' 6i>tavr6i; aTro re ra>z/ V67//xa>y Kal CK r^s 
optas ov /uitoz; xtAtcor raAaz/rcoz;. 

1 Or [rt fffn o^\rj(jL\a. ycypann&ov. 



21-38.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 203 

29. Ar. Ach. 544 : 

Kal K&pra pevTav e0ecos Katfet'AKcre 

-tas vavs, yv 8' az; 77 -770X1? TrAe'a 

K.r.A. 



Reform of the Strategia. 
The Taxiarchs commanders of Regiments. 

30. Athen. i. n D : ITap' AtcrxvAa) . . . ev ots 6 
t Aeycoi; (/r. 167 N). 



Ka 



31. Thuc. iv. 4. i ; viii. 92. 4. 

32. Demosth. 39 ac?v. Boeot. 17 : Kayo) TaiapyS>v rfjs 

b'jUTjz; Kara rou ovofJLdTos TOV e/mauroi; TrarpoOev 8e 



33. (7. /. J.. ii. 562: fETTe^r) d | TaftapX s T 5 
^)]vA^y Bo[vA]a(jo)(os 'Aptor 

rous o-[r/)arcvo-aju^ovs K.T.A. 

Election of the Strategoi. 

34. [Arist.J Jiesp. Ath. 22. 61. 

35. Xen. Mem. iii. 4. I : 'I5a>z; 8e -Trore NtKo/xaxt5?;^ ef apyjn.ipt- 
(Ti&v dmovra 7/pero, TtVes, a> NtKo/xax^^ 5 orparr]yol ypr]VTa.i ; KOL 
09, Oi yap } c^ry, ai ScoKpaTey^ roto{;ro^ etai^ 'A^raTot, wore e/xe 
jacz; ovx ?Aoi/ro, 69 K KaraAoyou crrparfvofjifvos Kararer/ot/oi/uiat /cat 
Aoxay<2i> Kat raftapx^^j K.r.A. 

Plut. (7^m. 8. See above III. 26. 

36. (7. 7. A. i. 433, col. I. vs. 5 : 2r[pa]ryoi> | 4>|/>w;t]xos. | 
H[avT\a\ov K.r.A. 

vs. 62 : Srpareyos | 'iTTTroSd/xas. | E,vQv[j.a\os K.r.A. 
From a list of the Erechtheid slain. 

37. Aesch. 3 in Ctes. 13 : KdKetVas, a? 6 6r]/xos eta>0e x et P~ 
rortz; cr d/>xatp0"tats, orparTjyovs Kat t7nrd ov ? Ka ' ra 
TOVTMV 



38. Dinarch. m Z)em. 71 : Kat rois p\v vopovs irpoXtyeiv ra> 
prjropt Kat ra> arparT]y<j), {TO>} r^v Trapa roC Srj 



204 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. v. 

iv, T7aibo7roii(r0ai Kara roi/9 VOJJLOVS, yfjv euros opcoz; KCK- 
K.r.A. 



Date of the Election : the 

Aesch. 3 in Ctes. 13 : see above 37. 

39. C. I. A. ii. 416 : [ J E]TTI Suju/xd'xot; apxoz>[ros em r?/s - - t]|8os 
SeKarrjs 7rpura[z;etas, It 'Ap . . . rjs] \ 0eo6[<*>]pov optKtos ey[pa/z- 
/^arevey* Mo^li/tx 1 ^^ ]^ fevrtpai p*r [et/caftas, - - t] | KCU et[K]oo-ret 
TTJS TrpvTav[ias' --- ] hpyaiptcriai Kara rr\v pavT^lav - -]. 

Instance : 

Election of Alki blades after breaking off negotiations with 
Sparta. 

The negotiations broken off in .the spring ; Alkibiades made 
strategos before the Olympian games. 

40. Thuc. v. 40. i. 

41. Plut. Nic. IO : 'AAAa roz> 'AAKi/StaSrjz; orparrjyoz; etAoz/ro, 
Kat MavTivels KCU 'HXetous AaKeSatjuo^tajv aTtoa-T&vras 
crvufjid^ovs juer' 'Apyetcoz/. 

42. /(^. Ale. 15 : Oimo 5e rS>v AaKe8at//oz;ta)^ 
o-rparrjyoy aTroSetx^ 6 ' 9 'AAKt/3taSi7s evdvs 'Apyetovs Kat 
Kat 'HAetovs (rv^ayovs eTrot^cre rots 

43. Thuc. v. 48. i ; 49. T. 



numbers, powers, and precedence of various strategoi 
settled for each case by the people. 

44. C. I. A. i. 55? fr- b? vs ' 2: [Ata)(ipoToi/ea-at roi; 
fjLaXa, etre 8oKet 'eW (TTpar[ey6z> --- etre - - ^AeVfla 
vvvi, *otrti;e[s - - K.r.A. 

45. Thuc. i. 61. i ; ii. 65. 4 ; 79. i ; vi. 8. 2 ; 26. I ; vii. 
16. i. 

46. C.I. A. i. 273, fr. a, b, vs. 2 ff. See above I. 108. 

One strategos at the head of the whole college. 

47. Thuc. i. 116. i ; ii. 13. i. 
Paus. i. 29. 5. See above III. 69. 



39-56.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 205 

The Strategoi usually equal. 

48. Diod. xiii. 97. 6 (Arginusai) : T&v b* 3 AOr)vai(*>v 6 a-Tpa- 
rrjyds Qpao"u{3ov\os, bs yv eVt rrjj r?ye/*oz;tas Ktvrjv TJ\V 

et8e Kara rr\v VVKTCL TOtavTrjv o\lnv, K.r.A. 

49. Ibid. 1 06. I : 3HA.oKA.rJ9 CKeivrjv TTJV fjfjitpav 



The Strategoi represent the State in Foreign Relations. 
Capitulations and Treaties.. 

50. Q.I. A. iv. 61 a vs. 23 : y H(>io]o-az> 'AtfezWoz; o2 orpareyot | 
t o2 r/ot?7pa/)xo]t Kat *ot 'oTrAtrat Kai t ttjjs ^AAo? 'AOevaiov 
priv } Kat 2eA?;/x[/3p]ta^ot 7r|[az;6r7/xt]. 

(7. /. J.. iv. 27 a vs. 20, 68. See I. 13O. 

Protection of Proxenoi, Euergetai, &c. 

51. C. I. A. i. 64, fr. a, vs. 5 : [Evep]yeTv 'A0ez;|[aiW|, vs. 7. 
i' j3o]Ay rev ate|[t (3o\voo-av --- Kat TOS orjpareyosj VTT^OS /me 



52. (7. I. A. i. 94 and iv. 94 vs. 3 : fjoj [o]z> ft a8[t|Krat rov- 
T]OV [fx,e]8[et]s, c ot orparelfyot, *ot] av ovi [Ka\a-TOT } Kat *e | [/3oAe e ]c 
oo-a Kat *ot 7Toura^es e 



Right of summoning the Assembly. 
53. Thuc. ii. 22. i ; 59. 3 ; iv. 118. 14. 

Constant and Direct Relations with Council. 



54. Plut. Nic. 5 : "ApxjMV ju,e/> V rw o-rpar^ytw StereAet jue' 
JWKTO'S, K 8e (BovXrjs wraroj aTrrjet Trpwros a<piKvovfJLvos. 

Of. Plut. Praecept. ger, reip. 4 (^^- 800 C). 

55. Diod. xiii. 2. 6 : Tore juey ow ot trrparryyot //era r^ 

V CLTTOpprjTto avvebpevovTts J3ov\VovTO } TTCOS xp^? 8totKT^(7at ra Kara 
K.r.A. 



represent the Council to the People. 

56. C. I. A. iv. pars 2, 1 1 e, -BitZZ. Oorr. JM. xii. 142, no. 82, 
VS. 2: "Etbo^ev rrjt jSoArjt Kat rait 8?j//a)i - (vs. 5) y^w/ 

roz^ erraAoz; roy TvpT<6vi\ov eTraiveVat K.r.A. 



206 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. V. 

The Polemarchos no longer a military official. 

57. [Arist.] Eesp. Ath. 58. 

Increasing Importance of the Thetes, and the Marine 
Class generally. 

[Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 2. See above 20. 

58. Arist. Pol. viii. (v.) iii. (4.) 5. 1304 a 21 : Kat irdXiv 6 vav~ 
TLKOS o)(Aos yv6fjivos atrtoj rfjs Trept 2a\afjiiva viKrjs Kai o"ta Tavrrjs 
rfjs r)y^ovias 8ta TJ]V Kara OdXarrav 



59. Ibid. viii. (v.) ii. (3.) 12. 1303 bio: Kat 'Atfrji 

6?7jotonKot ol rov rietpaia ouowres rw^ TO ^oru. 

60. Ibid. vii. (vi.) iv. (7.) 3. 1321 a 13 : *H 5e \/aAr) bvva^is /cat 



Democratic Changes under Aristeides. 

61. [Arist.] .Resp. Ath. 24, 25, 41. 

Supposed Psephisma relating to the qualifications for 
holding office. 

62. Plut. Arist. 22 : 'ETret 8' ava\ti>pricravTas et? ro aoru rovs 
'AOqvaiavs 6 'AptoretSr^s eo>pa f^rowras TTJV brj^oKpariav aTroAa/Setz;, 

z; afioz; j]yov^vo^ 8ta r^ avbpayaOiav eTTt/oieXeta? rov brjfjiov, 
' OVK rt pdbiov ioryvovroL rots oTrXots Kat juteya (frpovovvra rat? 
VIK.CLIS fK^LacrdrjvaL) ypd(j)i \^?i^)to-/xa KpLvyv etuai ,r^ 
rovy dp^ovras * 'AOyvaiav Tid 



Census-distinctions retained. 

63. (7. 7. A i. 31 (B) vs. 8. See III. 317. Of. Thuc. iii. 16. i; 
vi. 43. 2. 

Retention of power and place by the upper classes. 

64. [Arist.] Eesp. Ath. 26. 

Qualification for Strategia. 
Dinarch. in Dem. 71. See above 38. 



57-70.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 207 

Qualifications for Treasurership of Athena. 

65. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 4. 7. 8. 47 (=Harp.Ta/xfat). See below 
181 ff. 

Political Tendency of Aristeides. 

Opposed to Themistokles. 

66. Plut. Them. 3 : Ta-^v /x&rot KOL vtaviK&s ZOLKCV atyao-Qai 
TOV 0e/xi0TOKAeov? TO. TToAiTtKo, Trpdy/zara Kat (T(f)6bpa f] Trpoj boav 
6p(J.rj Kparrjo-at. bC rjv evdvs ef apxys TOV Trpcorevetz; tyi 
ITCLJJL&S v^tWaro raj irpos rovs bwa^lvovs V rfj TroAet Kat 
Teuoz^ras a-rrexfletas, jaaXtara 8e 'Aptffre^STjp ror Awi juaxov 
tvavriav aei iropfvo^vos a{r(3. Katrot doKet TravraTrao-t^ ^ 
rouroi' fyOpa jaet/oaKtcaSi] Aa/3eu> apX 7 !^' "np^O^crav yap 

rou KaXoS 2rr;o-tAea), Ketov ro yeVos o^roy, a>? Aptcrrwv 6 

e/< 8e rourov Stere'Aow Kat Trept ra ^^oo-ia orao-ta- 
ov ju^y dAA* 17 rwi; /3ta>r Kat rcSy rpoVa)^ dro/xotorr;? ZoiKv 
aiifrjo-at r^r biaffropdv. TIpqos yap &v ^ucret Kat Ka\OKaya0iKos TOV 
Tpoirov 6 'AptoTetSrjj, Kal TroAtrevojutevos ov irpos x c nz ' 
80 far, dAA* a7r6 roi) /SeArtorou /xera do-<^aAetas Kat 
TjrayKafero rai e/uttoroKAet roy bij^ov e?rt TroAAd Ktz/ouj;rt Kat 
//eyaAa? eTrtc^epo^rt Kati/orojutta? eva^rtoiJo-^at TroAAaKtj, 
avroi; Trpd? r^v avr)(riv. 

67. Plut. 6 y im. 10. See VI. 72. 

Attack on the Areiopagos. 
^16se7ice </ Kimon. 

68. Plut. Per. 7. See VI. 93. 



o/ ^Ae Areiopagos. 

69. [Arist.] jResp. J.^A. 25, 27. 

70. Argum. Isocr. Areop. (Schol. gr. in Aesch. et Isocr. ed. 
Dind. p.lll) : 'E^tdArrys rt? Kat 0/jtt(rroKA^s %p(t>(rTovvTs Trj TroAct 
Xp^ara Kat etSorcs ort lav dtKaa-^wa-tv ot 'ApeoTraytrat, TTCLVTMS 
d'7ro8a>(rova't, KaraA{5(rat airoi;? eTrettrav r?)z/ TrdAty, ovrcoy OI/TTO)? rt^os 

KpiOyvai. 6 yap 'Aptorore'Arjj Aeyet ev r?j TroAtreta T&V 
ort Kat 6 @/xtoroKA?js atrtos Tjv /u^ -Trdvra 8tKaeti> TOVS 



208 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch.V. 



'ApeoTrayt'ras' bfjOev /uez> a>? 6t' avrovs TOVTO TTOIOVVTCS, TO 8' 

bta TOVTO TraWa KCLTa(TKvaovT$. etra ot 'AQrjvaioi doyxeVcoy 

a.KOV(ravTS rr}s rotairrrjs o-fju,/3ovX^9 KareXv0-az> avrovs. 

71. Arist. P0Z. ii. ix. (12.) 3. 1^74 a 7 : Tqv /xez> \v ' 
{3ovXr)v E^tdXrrj? eKoXou(re Kat IlepiKXr/s. 

72. Plut. jPer. 9 : Kat rax^ ^ecoptKoTj KOL SiKaoriKot? 
aXAai? re jJLHrOotyopdis KOL yjopriyiais (rvvbtKaa-as TO TtXrjOos 

Kara Trjs f 'Apetou Trayou (3ov\f)$ r TJS avTos ov jotret)(e 5ta ro ju?/r l 
apyjuv jurjre Q^cr^oOlT^ /u?jre jQao-tXevs /x^re TroXe/xapxo? \a)(eti;. 
avrai yap at ap)(at KXr/p<orat r ?5(ra^ eK 7raA.ato Kat 8t* OLVT&V ot 
boKifJiao-0VTs avtfiaivov ets "Apeiov irdyov. bib Kat juaAAoz/ lo"xyaras 
6 IlepiKA.?/? ez; ra> Brijua) Kareo-rao-taa-e rr/z; fiovXriv, OHTTC TTJV jue^ 
acJMiLpeOrjvai ra? TrXettrras Kpt(retj 8t* 'E^uaArov . . . roo'oCroi' T^U ro 
Kparo? ez; rw 8rj/x,<i> roi; ITeptKAeouj. 

73. 7^7. (7m. 15 : 'EKC^TJI;- jaez; ow a^re^uye rrjz^ StKr)^ 1 ez^ 5e 
rr^ AotTrrj TroXtreta irapatv /uez/ ^Kparet Kat o-ureVreXXe roz^ 

vovTa rot? apio'Tois Kat 7rept(77rw^ra r^y Tracray ets 
Kat bvvapiv a>j Se 7raXiz> CTTI (rrparetW e^eTrXeixre, reXeco? 
ot -TroXXot Kat o'uyxeai're? roz^ Ka^(rra)ra rr/j TroXtreta? 
ra re Trarpta vofJ-ifJia, ot? e^pw^ro TTporepov, J E^)taXrou 
Trpoeo-rwro? a^etXoz^ro rr/s e^ 'Apetou Trayou povXfjs ras KptVets 
77X^2^ oXtycoi' aTrao'as', Kat r<Si> 5tKacrrrypicoi' Kvpiovs. eavrov? Trot^daz^re? 
ets cLKpaTov b^oKpOLTiav evtflaXov TTJV ir6\iv, ybri KOI ITeptKXe'ovs 
o"wa/oiez;ct> Kat ra rwy TroXXa)^ (ppovovi>To$. 

74. Diod. xi. 77- ^ "A/xa 8e ro^rotj Trparro/xeVots ez^ /otez^ rat? 

<iaXrj]? 6 2o^)a)z^t8ov, ^///jiaycayos a>z; Kat 
Kara r<3z> 'Apeo7raytr<3^, eTretcre roi' brjfjiov 
/xetwo-at r^r e^ 'Apetov Trayov fiov\r\v } Kat ra Trarpta Kat 
z^o/xt/xa KaraXuo-at. ov ^7)1; d^wo'y ye bitcfrvye TT]\LKOVTOLS 

; dXXa r?js WKros az;atpe0ets abr}\ov o-)(e r?)z/ rou 



Position of the Areiopagos. 

75. (7. J. ^L. i. 61 vs. II : [A]t|Kafez; 8e ros /3ao-tXeas atr[t]o[i;] 
t^o'frou] I [/3oXevo-eo? ro? del /3aa-t]X|euo-arra(s)' ros [5]e e^eVas 
8tayz;[oz;atl. vs. 13 : ET2ANTA lapicidae errore scriptum vide-. 
tur pro ETONTA2. Kirchhoff. 

76. Isocr. 1 8 acZv. (7a^. 52 : r)rtwz/ro roz; Kpart^oz; 



71-82.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 209 

rijs K(f>aXris avrrjs, eK be TOV rpav/xaro? (f)a(TKOVT$ airoOavtlv TTJV 
avOptoirov, \ay\dvovcnv avro> $6vov biKrjv tirl riaAAa8ta> . . . 

(54) \06vTS et? r?)r OLKLdV Iv TjV KKpVfJLfJLVr], /3t<Z Aa/3oWe? aVT^V 

Kal ayayoWe? eTrt TO 8tKaoTrjptoi> u>crav airaa-i rot? Trapovo-iv CTT- 



77. Philochorus, ^V. 141 b (Miiller, H IT. G. L p. 407) : No/uo- 
<f>vkaKs Tpot tlcrL T&v 0O7xo0Tcoz;, o>s 4>tAoxopo? V TT) f . ot juez^ 
yap ap-^ovres avifiaivov els *Apeiov vdyov e0re(/>ayw/oiez>oi' ot 8e 

(TTp6(f)La \a\Ka fryovrcs KOL cv rats 0e'at? Ivavrlvv 
O' KOL Tr)V TTO/^TT^ eTrejunroz; rrj IlaXXdSt, ra? 8e 
as fivayKaov rots ro/uots xP*l (r @ aL > Ka ' ^ y r ]7 KK\rj(TLa /cat ey 
r?} {3ov\fj /aera ra>z; TrpoeS/Jcoz; exa^^ro, KcoXvo^res ra ao"V[jL(f)opa rr/ 
Tro'Aet 7rpaTTLv. fTTTCL 8e ^o"ai;* Kat KareVrryo-az;, a>s ^tAoxopos, ore 
/[xoVa /care'AtTre rr/ ef 'Apetou Trayov flovXfj ra v-Trep rou 
Cf. below 125 and Phot. Ot 

78. Demosth. 23 iw Aristocr. 22 : No'/xo? ex 

T&V ef 'Apetou Trciyov. [AtKafetz; 8e r^y (3ovXriv TJJV tv J Apet'a> 
Traya) $6vov Kal r/oa^juaro? e/c irpovoias Kat TrvpKatas Kat 
eaz; rts aTTOKTfivr) bovs.} 

79. /&ic. 66 : Touro IJLOVOV TO biKao-TYfpiov (TO \v 'Apaa> 

ov)(t rvpavvos, OVK dA.tyapx/a, ov brjfjLOKpaTia ra? tyoviKas biKas 



80. Lysias 7 Areop. de Saepto 2 : 'ATreypa^T]^ ro fxez; irp&Tov 
\a(av K TTJS yrjs afyavLfciv . . . vvvi fxe o^KoV <pacnv CHpavifciv. 
. . . (3) Kat 6~et /xe, Trept wr oSro? eTTt/3/3ovAevKO)? ^Ket, ajx' -y/xty 
rot? Stay^axro/xeVot? Trept roi; Trpay/otaro? aKOVcra^ra Kat Trept r?js 
7rarpt5o? Kat irept r?J? ovcrias a 



Opposition and Pall of Kimon. 

Ill-feeling against Sparta and Kimon. 

81. Thuc. i. 102. 4. 

Kimon s opposition to democratic reforms and Lakonism. 

82. Plut. (7im. 15 : Ato Kat TOV Ktfxco^o?, a>? iravfjX0V, ayaraK- 

eTit rw TrpoTrr^AaKtfeo-^at ro a^tco/ua ro{5 crweSptou, Kat Tretpco- 
TraAtj; az^co ra? 8uca? araKaAetcr^at Kat rr]v eTTt KAeio-0eVou? 

P 



210 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [cm. v. 



eyetpetr apKTTOKpCLTiav, Kare/3o'o>z> crvvidTa^voi Kai TQV brj^ov 
OLOV, Ktlva TC ra Trpos TTJV abeXtyriv avavtovfjievoi, Kal 

eTTtKttAowreS. etS CL KOI TO, EllTToAtSoS StareflpvAl^rat 7T6/H Kl/ACOVOS, 

ftl 

ju.ez> OVK ^, (friXoTioTrjs 8e Ka|uieA?7s' 
av aTreKoijuar' au ez> AaKeSatjotom 
KW 'EATTt^u?;^ rrj^ge KaraXm^v fjiovrjv. 

et 8' d/xeAw^ Kat /xe0uo-/co'/xez>os roo-avras -TroXeis etAe Kai roo-aimis 
z/tKa? viKrj(T } br/Xov OTL vr\<$>ovTos avrov KOL TTpocr^ovTos ovbels 
av oi>T r&v Kporepov ovre T&V vcrrepov 'EXXijvMV TtaprjXQe ray 



(16) ? Hr jLtez; ovz; OTT' apx*is ^iXoXa/ccoy* Kat TWJ; ye TratScoz; 
roz/ erepov AaKeSatjutoVtoi; w^o/xaa-e, roz^ 5* erepou ' 



816 TroXXdKis rov IleptKAea ro fjirfrpfov avrols yevos 
Aio8o)poj 8' 6 rTepu7y?]rr)s Kat rowrov? </>Tj(rt Kai roi; rpLrov 
Kt/xcoz^o? utwy 060"(raA6i; e^ 'Io"o5tK7j? yeyoremt r^ 
ro{; MfyaKAeovj. ^Jv^r/Or] 5* T^TTO raiz/ AaKeSai/^oz^twr r)8?] rc3 

OTOKAft 7TpO(TTToXIJiOVVT(i)V KOL TOVTOV OVTCL VOV tV ' 

Kat Kparelv /3ovAojuercoi;. ot 5' 'A^ryz^aTot ro Trpwroz; 77860)? 
ov jjuKpa rr)$ -Trpo? tKclvov evvoias T&V 27raprtar<3z; aTro- 
* avav octrois yap aLrot? Kar' ap)(as Kal ra (TV^a\iK.a 
ariv OVK. riyjdovro ri/xr/ Kat )(aptrt roi; Kt/xajz/o?. ra 
yap TrAeto-ra 8t' tKivov T&V 'EXXyvLK&v SteTrpdrrero, Trpaco? /xez/ rots 
o-u/xjota)(ois, Ke)(apt(j/xez/a)s 8e rots AaKe8at/zoznou ojunAovz^ro?. e:retra 
yero'/utez/'ot Kat roi; Ktjucora rots ^Traprtarats OUK 
6p<3rres *]\QovrQ. Kat yap avros eTrt iravrt 
rrjz; AaKcSat/xoi/a Trpos 'AOyvaiovs, Kat /xaAto-ra ore rv)(0t 
fxeuos avrots r) Trapof^rcoF, ws <T7<rt ^TiqcripftpQTos, etoo^et Ae'yetz;' 
" dAA* ov AaKeSat/xoz/tot ye rotovrot." o^ez^ (f)06vov eaura) o^uz/^ye 
Kat Sw/xeWtai' rtz^-a Trapa rwz/ TroAtrwz;. 77 8* ovv tcr)(7Jcrao-a /xdAto-ra 
Kar' aiiroC rwi^ 8(a/3oAc5i' alriav eV)(e rotavrrjr. See VII. 64. 



Banishment of Kimon. 

83. Plut. Per. 9 : Ato Kat /xaAAoz; to-x^cts 6 ITeptKAr^s ez> ra> 
Karea-raatao-e rr^y /3ouArjr, too-re rr^y jue^ d^atpe^z^at ras 
-TrAetVras KptVets 8t s 'E^tdArov, Ki/xwz/a 8' a>s ^)iAoAdKa)z/a Kat /xi<ro'- 
^o(TTpaKLa-0r]vaL, TrAovrw /xei' Kat yeWt jar]8e^6s aTroAefn-Ojuerov, 
8e KaAAtWas vevLKrjKOTa rous /3ap/3dpovs Kat \pr}^ar^v TroXX&v 



83-89.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 211 






Kal Xa<f)vp(t)v e/ATreTrXTjKoVa TTJV TIQ^LV, a>s tv rots Trepi 
yeypa-Trrat. 

Plut. dm. 17. See below VII. 65. 

84. Corn. Nep. Cirti. 3 : Quibus rebus cum unus in civitate 
maxime floreret, incidit in eandem invidiam quam pater suus 
ceterique Atheniensium principes : nam testarum suffrages 
[quod illi dor/oaKto-^oz; vocant] decem annorum exilio multa- 
tus est. 

Murder of Ephialtes. 

85. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 2,5. 

86. Diod. xi. 77. 6. See above 74. 

87. Plut. Per. 10 : n<3? av ovv n? 'ISo/ieret Trto-reweie K.arr\- 
yopovvTi TOV rTeptKAeors, o).j roy Srjjotaycoyo^ 'E^iaArr/y (friXov 

Kal KOIVCAVOV dvra TTJS v rfj TroAtreta 7r/ooaipeVea)j 80X0- 
(flXoTvitiav KOL (pOovov rrjs 8o|rj$ ; rai5ra yap OVK 
ot5' o^er avvayayuv coo-Tre/o X ^^ T^M WpO<r^j8XiyK, Travrr/ /uci; 
OVK dye7rtX?i7rr({), ^poVr/juta 8' evyez^e? Zyjovn Kal \l/v\r)V 
ols ovbev eju^uerat TTCI^O? a>ftoi; ovrco Kat 0T7pi<S8es. ' 

(jxyfiepbv ovra rols oXiyaf)x tKO ^ 

? ro)^ TOZJ bijfJiov abiKovvrav aTrapaLTrjrov eTTtjQovXcvo-ayres ot 
t 8t' 'AptoroStKov roO Tai?aypiKo Kpu^atcos aretXo^, a>s 'Apt<TTo- 
re'Xrjs tlprjKCV. 

88. Antiphon 5 ce caecZ. iTer. 68 : AvrtKa 'E^tciXrr]!/ roz; v/xc- 
repov TToXirriv o^07ra) ^Kat) yu^ r]vpr]VTai ot 

Rise of Perikles^ 
See VI. 01 ff. 

Perikles Public Policy. 

89. Plut. Per. 1 1 : Ato Kal rore /xaXtora rw 877/1(1) raj ^rt 

6 IlepiKXrjs eTroXtrevero Trpo? y&piv, act ptv nva Otav 
T) eo-rtao-tv r) TTOJUTTT)^ etyat wxavtopsvos tv acrret Kat 
OVK d/xowots 7y8oz/atj rr/y Tro'Xt^ erJKOzrra 8e rptrjpets 
eviavrbv KTT^TTMV, \v ats TroXXot r<3z> TroXtrai 
OKra> ju^va? e/utjut(T0oi, /xeXerw^re? ajua Kat pavOavovTZS rr/z> 

8e rovrot? x t ^ t/ol ' s M^ y 
, ets 8e Na^or TrerraKoatovs, cts 8e "Avbpov 



212 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. v. 



j eis 8e 0paKTji> xiAtovs Bto-dArai? crvvoLKrjo-ovTas, aXXovs 8' ei? 
'IraAtav oiKifojueVrjs Sv/Sdpecos, r/y Qovpiovs Trpovriyopevarav. Kal 

v apyov Kal 8td 

e rds CLTTOpLCLS TOV 

8e Kal (f>povpav TOV /ur) yecoreptCetr rt irapaKaToiKifav rots 
Cf. [Arist.] ^csp. ^1^. 27. 

90. Plut. Per. 9 : 'Eire! 8e 0o7;Ku8t8^? /xey apioTOKp<mK?}z; rtra 
r^r roi; HeptKAeous i>TToypd(f)L TroAtretaz/, Adyw juei^ oi!a-az; drj/^oKpa- 
rtai', epyo) 8' VTTO rou irptoTov avbpbs ap^i]v, aAAot 8e TroAAot irp&rov 
VTT' Kivov (fraari TOV bfjfJiov CTTI K\r]pov^ias Kat 0ecopiKa Kal ^la-Q&v 
biavofJias Trpoa^OrjvaL KCLK&S tOLaOevTa Kal yzvofjLtvov iroAvreAr) Kai 
aKoAaoro^ VTTO ra>y rore TroAtrev/jicircor ai/rl (rw^poros Kal avrovpyov, 
0(t>pLo~0(ti bia T&V Trpay/jiarcov CLVT&V TJ atrta r?Js juera^SoA^j. 

91. /<$. Praecept. ger. reip. 15 (JA,. 812 C): Tw 7roAtriK(5 
7rpoor?JKt Trapa^pflv }J.v erepots ap^iv Kat Trpoo-KaAeta-flai Trpo? TO 
/3?/jaa /xer' cvfjitveias Kal ^)tAa^^pa)7rtas, Kivtlv 8c /xr) Trai^ra ra r^5 
Tro'Aeo)? rot? a^roi; Ao'yot? Kat fyr\<$lcr\j.acnv rj Trpafeo-tz;, dAA' \ovTa 
TTL<TTOVS Kal ayaOovs avbpas, Kao~TOv eKao-rr; X/ 36 '? K^T^ r o OIKCIO^ 
7rpocrap//OTretz/ a>? EteptKAr)? Mez^tTTTro) juez^ fypfJTO Ttpbs ras arpar?/- 
yta?, 5V 'E(/)taArov 8e r^ e^ 'Apetov Trayou fiovXyv era7retVa)(r 
K.r.A. 

92. /cL Per. 7 : 'AAA', ws eotK, 8e8ta)s fxez/ vTrox/aa 7rept7reo-etz^ 
rvpavvibos, 6pS>v 8* apioroKpartKoi/ roi' Kt/xca^a Kat Sta^epo^rcoy VTTO 
rear KaAwi; KayaO&v avbp&v ayaTru>]jLvov, virfjXdc TOVS 

lavrw, bvvafJiiv 8e Kar' e/cetrov 

Kat rots Trept r^ 8tatraz; repa^ TCLLV TT0r]Kv. obov 
re yap ez> ao-ret jutW ecoparo rr/z; 67r' ayopav Kal TO (3ov\VT^piov 
re SetTrz'coz/ Kat rr)z; ToiavTrjv a7ra<ra^ 
fe'AtTie^ a>s er ots eTroAtr 
Trpcs /xryS^a rcoz^ ^tAcoz; em bzlirvov eA^eti', 
Ae'/uou roC av\l/Lov yapovvTos a\pi T&V cnrovb&v 
eav(TTJ]. 8et^at yap at tyiXofypoavvai TiavTos oyKov 7reptyez>eo~0at 
Kal bv<r(f)vXaKTOv tv <rvvr}0iq TO irpbs boav O-CJJLVOV eo-rt* rr/s aA?]- 
^tv^s 8' aper^y /caAAiara (/)at^erat ra /xaAto^ra ^at^ojuez^a, Kal r<2j> 
aya6G>v avbp&v ovbtv oi/ra> 6avfJ.d(rioi> rot? eKroy a>? 6 Ka0' ^/xepar 
/3tos rots O-VVOVO-LV. 6 8e Kal roi; 8r/jixoi> ro o-v^ex <f>evy(DV Kal TOV 
Kopov olov K 8taAeijULjudra)z^ eTrA^o-tafe^, OVK eTrl Traz/rl Trpdy/xart 
Aeycoi; ov8' del Traptwr ets ro 7rA?^os, dAA' eauroi' (3o-7rep rrjj; 2aAa- 



90-99.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 213 



rpiTJpTj, </)rjo-t Kptro'Aaos, Trpos raj /ueydAas xP et/ay 
raAAa 8e </>t'Aot>s Kat pi{ropas ere'povs Katftets e7rparrez>. <Sz> 
yez>e'o-0at roz/ 'E^taArr^r K.r.A. 

93. Plut. Per. 20 : TaAAa 5' ov cruz>exwpet rats 6p/zais 
r<3z>, oi>8e 0-wefe7ri7rrez> VTTO po^rys Kat 

AlyvKTov re TraAtr avrtAa/x^a^eo-^at Kat Kivtlv rfjs ^3ao-tAeo)9 
ra Trpos ^aAatrar/. 7roAAoi)s 8c Kat 2iKAtas 6 Svcre/ows Ketv 
Kat Svo-TTor/uios epcos et)(^, oz; vcrrcpov ^Kav(rav ol Trepl rbv 
(3t.abrjv prjropes. ?]^ 8e Kat 1vppr]via Kat 
OVK aTT* eAmSos 6ta ro /zeye^oy rrj? viroKetjoi^r;? ^yejuoznas Kat 
r^ evpoiav rStv irpay^ar^v. (21) aAA' 6 rieptKAr]? Karctxe rr)v 
ravTr]v Kat ^epteKOTrre r^z; 77o\V7rpayfJiO(TVvr]v, Kat ra TrAetora 
s er/oeTrez; et? <vAaKr/z/ Kat ^3e^3atorr)ra ra>^ virap\6vTtov, 
epyov r/you/xevoj aretpyetv AaKe5atjuoz;touj Kat oA&>s v-nevavTiov- 
eKetVots, a>9 aAAots re -TroAAoty eSetfe Kat /utaAtcrra rot? 
tepoz; irpayQzlcri 



The 



94. [Arist.] 7?esp. J^A. 27. C ^6^. 62. 

95. Ar. .Rcm. 139: 

HPAKAH2. 'Er -n-Aotaptw rwz^ourwt a-' di^^p yepcoz; 

i/avr?]? Stafet 5v J o/3oAa> pHrOov Aa/3cl>z>. 

AIONT2O2. 4>ei;. a>? /x^ya 8iWo-0oz; 7raz;raxoO ra> Su' o/3oAw. 
Schol. a<i ^oc. : ITpo? roi> StKao-rtKo^ ^icrQ6v t ort 8uo 6(3o\&v yv. 

96. Plat. Gorgf. 5I5E: Tavrt yap eywye aKova), ITeptKAea ?re- 
TTotr^KeWt 'AQrjvatovs dpyov? Kat 8etAovy Kat AaAouy Kat </>tAapyupovs 
ets fjLio-OoQopiav Trp&rov Karao-rTJo-arra. 

97. Arist. PoZ. ii. ix. (l2.) 3. 1274 a 8: Ta be StKao-rTJpta 

Kare<rrr](Te ITeptKA^s, Kat ro{rroz> 6^ roz; rpoirov Ifcaoros 

porjyaytv av<&v etj rr)z; wy brjfjiOKpaTLav. 
Plut. Per. 9. See above 72. 

98. Schol. ad Ar. -Av. 1541 : Ta rptw/3oAa :[[... ovx eto-r/JKet 
6e avro?s (sc. rots 'ArrtKots) ro rptw^SoAor. TroAAaxoi; yap Kat 8vo 
6^3oAovs etA?j(/)a(rtr.]] ra rpt&>j8oAa, ci?rep f\a[j.ftavov ol Kptrat ot 
ez^ r/Atata KptVoz>res ets pia-Qov. R. 

99. /fo'c. Vesp. 300 : (juto-^aptou : rouro <$>it](nv) a>s rptco/3o'Aou 
roO StKacrrtKoO wros /ato-^ou, t^a eKao-ros roura>v o^SoAoi; AoytVr/rat 



2i 4 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. v. 

7rnrpa<rKO/UZ>oj. rjv ^\v yap aVraroz> TO TOV picrQov. Trore yap 
8i(D/3o'Aoi> jjv t eytVero 8e 7rt KXecoz/os Tptu>(3o\ov. typvvix * " Tpito- 
fioXov o&ov vTreprjAfafo/izai." V. Phrynichi versum sic corrigit 
Hermannus, rpta>/3oAoV y', oo-ouTrep ^Atafojuat. Diibner. 

100. Schol. ad Ar. Vesp. 684 : (Tovs rpeis d/3oAovs : ror 0opo^ 
Aeyet, dd>' <S^ eStSoro rd rptoo^oAor. roiJro 6e aAAore aAAcos 
ra Tr\^9r] KoAaKevoWco^ . a>y ^(nv 'Aptoro- 



101. /6icZ. 88 : 'EStSoro 8e avrots \povov \*.iv nva bvo 6j8oAot, 
v<rTpov be KAea)^ o-rpaT^yTJoras rpivfioXov tiroirjare aKfJid&vTos TOV 
e/xov roC Trpos AaxeSatjoiortous. R. 



102. Ar. ^g. 255 : 

KAEHN. ? il yepo^re? ^Aiaareu', (^parepe? 

ovs eyca /3oV/ca> KCKpaywj Kat 8i/cata Ka8tKa. 

103. JW. 797 : 

v E(rrt yap er TOI? AoytoKrti; 

a>? TOVTOV 8et TTOT' ev 'ApKa8ia Tre^rw^o'Aov ^Ataa-acr^at, 
^ avafJitivr)' TtdvTuts 8* avroz> Optyto 'ycb Kai 0epa7revo-a>, 
cv Kal /miapais OTroOev TO Tpiw/3oAor e^et. 



104. Id. feZ. 303 : 

'AAA' o^xC 
or' TIPX^V 6 yewddas, 
ov8els av roA//a 
rd rrjs TroAfcoy 8toi- 
fceti' apyvpiov Aa/3coi>* 
dAA* Ke 



djua T' dpror ay 
t Troy 8v 



Kal rpet? dz/ 



t rt KOLVOV 



105. Photius Terpco^oAtfcoz;' rd StKaortKoy rerpco/toAoy Aa/x- 
fidvwv' eyeVero yap Kat TOCTOVTOV irore. 



100-114.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 215 

106. Pollux ix. 64 : Ylapa jueVrot 0eo7ro'/Z7r<j> tv Srpartcortdt 
(fr. 55, Kock, i. p. 748) KOL TO rerpo5/3oAoz> Aa/x/3dVety rerpa)/3oAieti> 



Katrot rt? ov/c av et/co? eS Trparrot rerpa)/3oAia)i>, 
ei z>w ye 6"tc0/3oAoz> <f>4p<av avrip rpe'<et ywat/ca ; 

107. Eustath. ad Horn. Od p. 1405, 28 : Kat Tpta>^3o\oz/, 

tKacrriKos- . . . /cat rerpco/3oA.i'etz/, ro Xap 
TTpto(3o\ov. yVTO yap (fravi KOI TOVOVTOV Trore. 



The ^ouXeuTtKos fxiaO<5s. 

108. Thuc. viii. 69. 4. Of. ibid. 6^. 3 ; 97. i. [Arist.] jResp. 
29, 30, 62. 

109. Hesych. fiovXfjs \a%lv ro Xa^etz; jSovXevrT/r. xal 



Payment to soldiers and marines. 

HO. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 27. 
Plut. Cim. 9. See above I. 15. 
Id. Per. n. See above 89. 
Ibid. 12. See above IV. 70. 

111. Thuc. iii. 17. 3 ; v. 47. 6 ; vi. 8. i ; 31. 3 ; vii. 27. 2 ; 
viii. 29. i ; 45. 2. 

112. Ar. Ach. 159: 

0E12POS. Tovrots eav rt? bvo bpa^as \j.i(rQbv 



AIKAIOOOAI2. Toto-8t 8i;o bpa^as rots 

VTTOCTTtVOL {JLCVTCLV 6 QpaVlTJ]? 

6 o-axriTToAts. 

113. /<i. Fesp. 682 : 

Oy yap /uteyaAr? SouAeta Vrly rovrov? y&v airavTas tv dp^ats 

avrovs r' el^at Kai rovs KoAafcaj TOVS TOVTMV 

(Tol 6* i)v rts 8cj> roi>y rpe?s dj3oAous > , dyaTras* oty avros 

Kai Trefo/ua^wz; /cat TroAtop/cwi; t/crijo-a), TroAAa -Tro^TJcras. 

114. Harpocr. : IldpaAoj . . . ot 8e e7rt^8e^?7/coVe9 avr^s /ca- 
ITapaAot, ot 6td Tavrrjv rr]v virr]pcriav rerrapa? re o/3oAou? 

xat ro irAeto^ /oiepoj rou e^tauroS ot/cot (-jjievov, aAAa 



216 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. V. 

re' TWO. virrjp^v avTols irapa rrjs 77o'Aea>s, ws (frrjcnv 'TTrepetdrjs ez; rw 



115. Eustath. ad Horn. OdL p. 1405, 30 : Keu rerpo>/3o'Aou jStoy 
Trapa Ilawazna, aurl TOU arpartcorou fuorflo'j. 

116. (7. J. -4. iv. 179/r. b : vs. 3. ['Em res] t l7r7ro0oz>[ri8o9 Trpura- 
veias - - s 7rpvraz;evoVes], vs. 4. [rouro vel ravra e]6"o'0e ret o-r/)[artai], 
vs. 5. [e-Trt res - - v]ribos Tr/ouravfeias - - s Trpura^evoo-es], VS. 6. eye(?) 
re[t] es IIoTe[t8ata^ orpcmat] vel eyeVefz^] es IToTe[t8ata^], vs. 7 
f EAA]ez/oraja[t]a[cr]t 'ETTI - - , vs. 8. [e]7rraKai'8e[Ka] | ^ P T [T], 
vs. 9. [Ke$]aAcuoz> ro e? Ma[Ke8o^tW - - scilicet a^aAo'/xaros], vs. JO. 
- - ot (rrpa[r]tat ret Trept [rieAoTroVi'eo-oi'], vs. II. fSoKparet (?) 'AX^atet, 
nfpjoreat Atx"^[^], vs. 12. [1/aVpat (?) Aonroi eo-az^ OK[TO - -, 
vs. 13. pot 'I/captet, <&L\o[x\cr[voL - - vel 4>tXo[x]<re^t5et - -], 
vs. 14. [XJaptat Aa[t]8aAt5[et], vs. 15. [eirt re? ^iTTTroOovTibos -Trpvra- 
[yetas - - s TrpuravevoVe?], vs. 1 6. ravra o^e KapKiVoft optKtotl, 
vs. 17. [eTrt res - - ]VTL$OS Trpuraretas [- - s Trpwra^evoVes], VS. 18. 
[Kap]/aVot optKtot, vs. 19. [2oKpcJr]et (?) 'AAatet Ka - - Ambigua 
reliqua. Cf. Thuc. ii. 23 (giving date). 

Opening of office to the lower classes. 

117. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 7. 26. 

Conditions of Citizenship. 

First Limitation of the Citizenship. 

118. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 26. 

119. Ael. Far. Hist. vi. 10 : IlepiKArjs a-TpaTrjyQv 'AOrjvaioLs 

s ^f ap<f>oiv V7rdp\(t)v acrr&v, rovro) /XT) 



rr^? TroAtretas. jaer?)A^e 8e apa avro^ T; ex TOU vopov re/xecrts. 
ot yap 6uo TratSej otTrep oSi; ryo-rrjy avrai, DtipaAoy re xat Ha 
aAAa oSrot (JLCV Kara r?)^ voaov TJ\V o^/uoo-t'ay [rou Aoi^oi;] 
Ka,T\L(f)dr) 8e 6 OeptKA^s eTrt rots robots, otTrep our ov /xered^oz; r?/s 
-TToAtretas Kara roz; Trar/xSov vopov. 

120. I6icZ. xiii. 24 : Kat ITepiKA^ eypa^e /urj fivai 'AQrjvalov, 
os W ef a^olv ytyovtv CLO-T&V. etra a7ro/3aAcbj; rovs yvr)o-iovs 
rt ro> i>o'0<i> IleptKAet KareAe'AetTrro. 



115-124.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 217 

121. Suid. Arj/uioTKHTjros : 6 1/776 TOV b^ov eto-Trotrj^eis Kat yeyo^w? 

IleptKAr}s yap 6 AavOiTnrov vopov ypdtyas, TOV /AT) ef 
nv a(TTVTTO\LTriv [J,ri etWt, ov juera paKpov TOVS yvrjo-iovs d-Tro- 
/3aAcoz>, CLKCDV Kat (rreVcoz; Kat Auo-aj TOV eavroC vopov Kat aa-^fjiov^a-as 
ciLta Kat ULicnyTtos TVVV 3>v T)(3ov\TO. Ojucos ye UT)I> ai/ri- 
Kat 8eKa(raz;ros roi)j ei^reu^ei^ ti*vTas, o\//e Kat juioAt? roy 
yo'floy ot 7rat8a roz; ef 'Ao-Trao-taj TTJS MtAr/o-tay e-Trot^o-e 
ror. 8?7jao7rot?]ros oui^ 6 (frva-ti y&v feWs, VTTO 8e rov 
yeyoi'ws. 

^%e Limitation of the Citizenship in connexion with 
Psammetichos gift of corn. 

122. Ar. Vesp. 715 : 

'AAA' OTTOTav JJLV SetVcoa-' avToi, Trjv E^otaz; 5t8o'acriz; 

v/x?^ Kat (TiTov v(f)LcrTavTaL Kara 

Tropiet^' j-bocrav 8' ovTTWTrore crot, 77A?)i; 

Kat ravra /otoAt? tvias $tvyu>v eAa/3e? Kara 

123. Schol. ad Ar. Fesp. v. 7 1 8 : (4>r]o-tz; ovz; 6 4>tAo'xopos (/r. 90, 
Miiller, F. If. G. i. p. 398) avOis Trore rerpaKto'^tAtovy eTrraKotrtovs 
6(f)Oi)vaL Trapyypa<povs . . . ^?]77ore 8e Trept r?J? e Atyv77ro7; Scopeas 
6 Aoyoy, fjv 4>tAo^(opos (ftrjo'L ^afji^TL^ov Tre/xv^at ra> 5r]/jt(p e?rt 

/xupta8as rpets, 7rAr/i> ra rot) apiQ^iov ov( 
<) 8e 'AOrjvaiav TreVre pfbtfjivovs. TOVS yap Aa/3oVraj 
;s TTpaKi(T^L\iovs 8taKO(rtov9 /x'. "AAAoos" (rtroSe^as 'Trore yei^o- 
ez> rrj 'ArrtKrJ, ^a/xjutTjrtxos o rrj? AtjSvr/s /3ao-iAev? aTreVretAe 
(rtroi' rot? 'Adrjvaiois alTi]<jacriv OVTOV. TTJS Se 
rou (rtrou tvrf\afftav eiroir]<jcLv 'AOrjvaloi, Kat ei^ r<5 biaKpiveiv 
avOiyevels tvpov Kat erepovs rerpaKta-)(tAtovs eTrraKoa-tov? efrJK 
ctvovs Trapeyyeypa/nwei'ovs ). 

124. Plut. Per. 37 : 'AK/u,aa>z> 6 ITeptKArj? ei; r// TroAtre^a 
Train; 77oAA<Sj/ \pova)v Kat 7rat8aj e^^^, c5(77rep etpryrat, yvfjfflovSj 
ypa\j/, fjiovovs 'AOrjvaiovs etrat rous eK 8uetz> *A6r]vaL<av yeyororas. 

rerpaKto"ju,uptot;j nvpGiv {jLtbifAvovs e8et Stare'/xed^at rouj TroAtras, 
TroAAat jitez; avttyvovTo 8tKat rots i>d0ots eK rou ypafi/xaros eKetVov 
re'cos dtaAavddvoixrat Kat Trapopco/xei^at, TroAAot 8e Kat (rvKO^arr^/xacrt 
^. TrpaOr]o-av ovv dAoVres dAtyw Trei'raKto'xtAtwr eAdrrovs, 



2i8 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [cm. v. 

ot be {JLivavT$ cv rrj TroA-tret'a Kat KptfeVre? 'Aflr^atot /uvptot KCU 
rerpaKKTXtXtot K.CLI reacrapaKovTa TO TtXfjOos 
Perikles' bastard son. See VI. 145 ff. 



Legislative and Judicial Reforms. 

Alleged institution of the NojAo^uXaiccs. 

125. Lex. Rhet. Cantabr. : No/xo^vAa/cej, erepot ettn T&V 0e<r- 
p.o0T&v, a>s ^tAo'xopo? ez> rr/ tflbofjLrj' ot fzi> yap &p\ovr& K.r.A. 
Cf. above 77 and Phot. Ot ^ojuto^uAaKej rtWj. 

126. Harpocr. Nojuo^vAaKe? : apx'i Tts Trap* 'A^r/z/atot? ovrco? 

6ta<^pouo-a TWI^ 6(TfjLo0T&v' AeiVapxos Ka^* 'I/xepatov 
er TOJ Kara Ilv^eou. ^tAoxopoj 8e ezJ TO) ^' aAAa r^ ni>a 
Trept avTwi' Kat on ovrot ray ap^as TrrjvayKaov rots 



The fpa<|>T) irapai'6p.fa>f. 

The bulwark of democracy in 411 B.C. 

127. Thuc. viii. 67. 2. [Arist.] JResp. Ath. 29. 

128. Demosth. 24 in Timocr. 154: 'AKOVCO 5' eyo>ye Kat ro 
7rpoTpov ovrco KaTahvOfjvai TT]V b^fjiOKpariav, Traparo/xcor irp&rov 
ypafy&v KaTa\v0L(T&v Kat rwy $LKa(TTr]pt(i)V aKVpcov yvofj,tv(>v. 

129. Pollux viii. 56: 'TTrco/moo-i'a 5e ecrrt^ orai/ rt? ^ ^^to-jiia 
?) vofjiov ypa<eWa ypax/^r/rat a>s ay emrTJSetoz;' rovro yap V7rojuoVao-0ai 
Aeyovcrtz^. Kat OI>K ijv /xcra r^r VTroD^oatav ro ypa<eV, wpiv Kpi0fjvai, 

KVplOV. 

The Nomothetai. First mention (in 411 B.C.). 

130. Thuc. viii. 97. 2. 

Legislative Committees. 

C. I. A. i. 31 v. 13. See above IIT. 317. 
C. I. A. iv. 22 a v. 3. See above I. 129. 

131. 0. ./. .4. i. 58 V. 8 : - - e roV <rvvypa(j)eov. 

132. C. /. A iv. 27 b = Dittenberger, SyU. 13 : [T tj uo>A[e]9 

t;e. | [ v E5oxo-]z; ret ^SoAtt xat rot 8e/moi, 
, Tt/xore'lfAe? e]ypa///udrve, KuKj/e'as (sive Mvr- 
7T(7rare. rde ot xa-vyypatyts )((rvve\[yp]a(l)(rav. vs. 59- 



125-140.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 219 



7fpl 8e ro eAato res anapyes yjjvyypa<f)\uas Adfjurov e7ri5eixo"aro TCI 
/3oAet C7rl res eydYes -Trpuraretas, | 'e e /3oAe es roz; 



133. Thuc. viii. 67. i. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 29, 30. 



Powers transferred from the Areiopagos to the 
Dikasteria. 

134. Arist. Eesp. Ath. 24, 25. See above 75 ff. 



Circuit Judges. 

135. [Arist.] .flesp. ^7*. 26. 

136. Harpocr. Kara Srjjuovs StKao-rds: AriiJLoarOtvrjs tv ra> Kara 
Tt/xoKpdYous (112). TTC/H raiz/ Kara 5rJ/jiovs SiKaorwi;, a>s irporcpov fjiv 
fj(rav A.' Kat Kara STJ/XOVS TrepttoVrcs e5iKaoi>, ctra lyivovro JJL', 
ApioToreATjs cv rrj 'AOrjvaiwv TroAircta. 

137. Pollux viii. 100: Ot 8e rerrapaKOi/ra Trporepoi^ /xe 
TpiaKovra, ot Trepito^rcs Kara S^fious ra jue'xpt bpax^&v bevta cb 
TO. be vifp ravra Siatrryrats 7rape8t6oa-ar* juera 8e T^I; rw 
o\iyapyj.av /Lttcrct rot) apiO^ov rot) rptaKo^ra rerrapaKOz;ra 



The Lot and the Dokimasia. 

138. [Xen.] .Kesp. J.^. i. 3 : v E7mra o^oVat /zcv o-a>Trjpiav 
T&V apx&v, xprjcrTal ovcrat Kai /Ltr) ^p^o-raL, rj Kwbvvov ra> 

TOVTGW /xer raw ap\G>v ovbtv 8etrat 6 8?)/xos /zereivat, 
oi/re roll/ o-rparryytKwv KXripaov oiovraL <rfyi(n \privai /aeret^at ovre 
raiz; t7T7rapxia>^* ytyrcoo-KCt yap 6 &TJJUOS ort -TrAetco ax|)eAetrai ey ra> 
/ix?) aiiros ap\Lv ravras ras apxas, dAA.' cai; rovs Surarcorarovs 
ap-%iv' OTroVat 5* et(rtz> dp)(at [JU(r0o<j)opCas VKa KOL ax^eAei'as et? 
roz; otKoz^, ravras ftret 6 8^0$ ap\iv. 

139. Arist. PoZ. vii. (vi.) i. (2.) 8. 1317 b 18: TOIOVTUV 5* 

(av Kat rotavr?]s oi/o-rjs r^s ap\r)s rd rotaCra Sry/uioriKa, rd 
ras ap^as Trai/ras eK Trdvra)^ ro apyjtiv TrdWas fxci; eKacrrov 
* cV /xepct Trdrrco^, ro KArjpcoras eiVat ras dp\ds 17 Trda-as r) 
oo-at /XT) e/XTretptas 8e'o^rai Kat re'x^s K.r.A. 

140. [Arist.] .Resp. -A/i. 43. Aesch. m (7es. 13 (see above 37). 
Plut. ^1?\ 22 (see above 62). (7. /. ^.. i. 9 b (see above I. 125). 



220 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. V. 

141. Hdt. vi. 109. 

142. Plut. AT. I : *O <&a\r]pv$ ATJ/XTJT/HOS . . . TK{j.r)pia rfjs Trepl 
TOV OLKOV tVTTOptas ti> //.> Tyyeirai rrjv (TT^VV^OV apxnV) fa tfp T( ? 



ovs TTVTaKO(no[jibiiJLVOVs Trpoa-rjyopevov, trcpov 8e TOV eoor/)aKioyxoV. 



The Lot a democratic institution. 

143. Hdt. iii. 80. 

144. Plat. Legg. vi. 757 E : T<3 TOV K\rjpov to-w avayiur] irpo<r- 
Xpi](ra(r0at bvo-KoXias T&V iroXX&v VKa, Oeov KOL ayaOj]v Tvyjiv 
Kal rore Iv cv\als k'niK.dkov^ivovs airopOovv CLVTOVS TOV K\rjpov Trpoy 
ro StKatoraroy. 

145. Arist. Rhet. i. 8. 4. 1365 b 31 : "Eo-rt 8e 8?7//oKparta /mer 
TroAireta ey ?y K\YIP<I> biavtfJiovTai TCLS ap\ds. 

Arist. Po^. vii. (vi.) i. (2.) 8. 1317 b 18. See above 139. 

The Dokimasia. 

146. [Arist.] Eesp. Ath. 55. 

147. Pollux viii. 44 : Ao/ajuacn'a 8e rots apy^ovviv CTTTjyyeXXero, 
Kal rots KArj^corots Km rois at/yerot?^ ir* 7rtr?i8etot eto-ty ap\tiv etre 
Kal //?], Kal rot? Srj/xaycoyot?, et fjTaiprjKOTes tlev rj ra Trarpta Kare- 

r) rov? yovtas KeKaKcoKores ^ aAAcos KaK<Ss /3e/3ta)Kores* 
yap a^rovs CXP^ ^tvat Kat jw,^ Aeyetr. 



Finance. 

Treasury. 
See I. 103 ff. 

Duties of the Council. 

To provide funds. 
[Xen.] /fesp. J.^A. iii. 2. See I. 92. 

148. Lys. 30 in Nicorti. 22 : Et'8o>s 8e ort ^ 

orai; fxey \rj LKava xp^ctra ets bLoiKrjcriv, ovbtv afjLapT<ivi, 
OTCIV be ets* airopiav Karao-r??, arayKa^erat t(rayyeAtas 8e'xeo-^at Kat 
br)fjLVLv ra rwr TroAtraiy Kat rwy prjTopcov rots ra Troznjpo'rara 
Acyovcrt Tret^co-^at K.r.A. 



141-155.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 221 



Fixing of the tribute. 
See I. 72 ff. 

Leasing of Taxes. 

149. Aesch. I in Tim. 119: Ka0' eKaa-rov tvLavrbv r\ 

TTOtfAet TO TTOpVLKOV TeAoj. 

150. Andoc. I de Myst. 133 : 'Ayvppto? . . . apx^rj? eyeVero rijs 

TTVTr)K.O(rT7J$TpLTOV eTOS, Kat eTTptarO TplCLKOVTCL TaXai'TtoV. . . . (134) 

. . . TTdpeXOtov fya) ets rr)i> (3ov\r]v virtpefiaXXov, eW Ivf&dpQV ef 
Kat 



Sale of Tithes. 

151. C. I. J.. iv. 27 b (p. 59) = Ditt. >%^. 13. v. 40: Taj S 
aAAas KpiOas KOL nvpos aTr\obofjivos TOS 'tepoTrotoj /otera re? (3o\s 
avaTiOev\ai rolv 0olv -Trotea-ajueros *arr' ai^ rot Se/zot rot 
8oKe|t, xat eTriypacpev rot? avaOefjiaa-iv, *o'rt OTTO ro Kapiro 
TS aTras aveQeOe Kal c EA\eVo^ TOZJ 



Exaction of Public Debts. 
See 163 ff. 

152. Andoc. I deMyst. 93 : C O yap ro'/xo? ovrooj eTx e wpiav eti/at 
r^r ^ov\.j\v } b$ &v TTptcJ/ie^oj reXos ju^ KaTafidXrj, 8eii> ets TO v\ov. 

153. Ibid. 79 ' Ta 5e aAAa Tra^ra ^aAet\/Aat rous Trpa/cropas Kat 
TT)I; fiovXrjv Kara ra etpryjuera TtavrayoOtv, oirov TL ZCTTIV kv ra> 
6r]juioa-ta), Kat et avriypatyov -nov tan, TTapfyciv TOVS 0ea-juto0eras 
Kat ras akXas ap\as. 

154. Demosth. 24 ^TI Timocr. 96 : "Eort^ ^/xtv nvpios v6{j.os . . . 
rovs exoz>ray ra re tepa Kat ra oata xP 7 ?M ara Kara^aAAetz; ets ro 

, et 8e /xrj, rr)i> fiovXrjv CLVTOVS eto-Trparret^ yjpa*ij.vr]v rot? 
rots 



Control of various funds. 

155. (7. /. J.. i. 32 A: [ v E5]oxo-ei> ret /3oAet Kat rot g^of 
KeKpoTns eTrpvrai^eve, Mi/eat^eoj e|[y]pajutjuareve, Ei7ret^es cVeo-rare 
KaAAtas etTre* aTroSorat rot9 0eotj [r]a ^(p^ara ra d(f)\6^va ) 
eiretSe ret 'A^ez/atat ra rptorxtAta raAavr|[a] arereVeyKrat es Tro'Ati;^ a 
e^o-e'^ioro, i/OjutV/jtaros e/xeSfa^o. aTro^ilLSjoVat 6e aTro roz; ^(p^arov^ 
a s cnro'Soo-tV eo-rtv rot? ^eots e^o-e^to-ftlfe'^a, ra re Trapa rots 



222 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Oh. V. 



'EAAez/ora/xtaty ovra vvv Kat raAAa, a eort rovroz; | [TOP] 
Kat TO. K rey dcKarcy, eTTibdv irpaOei. \oyio-da-6ov 8e '|[ot A]oyto-rat 
'01 TpLCLKOvra 'otTrep vvv TO. 6(f)tX6fji.va rot? 0ois aKp|[t/36]y. <rvva- 
yoyey 8e roA Aoytoroz; e /3oAe avTOKpdrop eWo. aTroSoWoz; | [8e r]a 
ot TTpvraVey jmera rey /3oAes xal %(ra\i(f)6vTov, TTi\[bav] 
, tT(ravT$ TO. T TTivcLKia KOI TO, ypa/xjLtaretci Kat eajix TT|[O 
aX]Xo0L It yty painty a. aTrocfxiLVovTov 8e ra yeypa/x/ix^a c ot re 'teplJey 
/c]at *ot 'tepo^-otot Kat et TLS aAAoj otSer. ra/utta? 8e a7TOKvaf/,Ve|[V 
ro]vroz; roz^ y^pe^arov, *oraju:rep ras aAAas apx.? 5 Ka^aTrep ro? roy 
*i|[epo]i' TOI; res 'AOevaias. < OVTOL 6e ra/utteuoyroi; eju, TroAet ej; rot 
O7rto-^|[o6o]|uot ra ro/; 0eo^ \p4fJiaTa, *oVa Swaroz; Kat OO-LOV, Kat 
Kat o'vyKAetoi'roi; ray Ovpas TO OTTL(r6ob6fjio Kat <ri>(r- 
oTy rov res 'A0ei>at'ay rajataty. Trapa 8e roi' zn5u 
Kat ror eTrto" rarov Kat ro^ L^POTTOLOV rov eV roty *tepoty, ot 
ri]|^, aKapiQutaacrdov Kat airo(TT(rd(r0ov ra \p^j.ara 
rey ^8oA[e]|y e/x TioAet Kal TTapab\(rd(rdov 'ot ra/xtat 'ot 
Trapa roy zw[v] | dp\6vTov KOL tv oreAet dvaypacptrdvTov [ja]tat 
airavra KaO* tKacrrov re | rw ^eoz/ ra xP e V ara 'oTroVa etrrtz; eKao-rot 
Kat crvfj-TTavTov K(j)d\aio\v^ \opls TO re apyvpiov Kat ro \pva~iov' Kat ro 
XOLTTOV dvaypa(j)6vTov '|ot atet ra/xtat ey (rre'Aez^ Kat Ao'yo^ 6t8oVrou 
roz; re OVTOV \P^^OLTOV \ Kat roz; irpocnoi'Tov roty $eoty Kat eaz; rt 
a[7r]az;aAt7Kerat Kara roz; e|i>iavroz; Trpoy roy Aoyioray Kat tvOvvas 
bibdvTov, Kat ex rfa^a^ez;at|oz; ey Ha^a^eWta roA Aoyoz; 8t8oyroi;, 
Ka^aTrep e ot ra rey *A0ez;at'ay r|[aVtei;bz;rey. ray 8e crre'Aay, ez; aTs 
az; avaypd(f)(TO(n ra xpty aTa r '^/|[^ O\VTOV eju Tro'Aet *ot ra/xtat. 
evretSaz; 6e aTroSeSojmeW et roty ^eoty | [ra xp]e/xara } ey ro vtopiov Kat 
ra ret)(e roty Treptodt xpevOai, xpe/jtacr|[tz;]. 

(7. J. J.. i. 32 B : vs. 2. --------- tva Kat ray NtfKay ray 

Xpv](ray Kat ra TrfojutTreta ---- | -------- e^et 7raz;reA6y ---- 

--------- -------- Kara ra e(/)(re^)t[o'//.e / z;a eTrjt rev aKp[o]- 

7r[o]Ai[z; ----- | -------- a/xeVa Kal ITU ------- \pvcriov 1 

--------- | ---------- 'eKao-ra --------- Kat eTrto-Keua- 

[a- ------ | ------- TOV eJTTto-raroz; roz; -------- rajutaty ? 

------- | ------- juterja roz; dp)(treK[roz;oz; ? ------------ 1 

---------- jmera roz; [e7rto-ra]r[6]z; 'oVoy aptor[a re Kat KaAAtcr|ra 

Koo-/xe^]eVerat e aKfpoTroAty] Kat eTrto-Keuao-^e'fo-erat ra 770joi7re|ra. 
roty 8e] aAAoty \p(^a(T\iv roily rey 'AflezWay, ro[ty re vvv ocnv 
e|fx TTo'Aet Ka]t 'dYr' az; r[6] AoftTroi; az;]a</>eperat, /ot 
a7raz;a|AtcrKei; d]7r* avroz; es aAAo [rt, /ue8e] es rai;ra 



156-158.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 223 

\ovai KeX\Vv } tav rt 8e[f es dAAlo 6e /ueSey \pt<r6a[i, rot? 
, kav /xe r]ev dSetaz; <o-e<[tVerat c o] 6e/x[o]?, Ka[0]a7r[e]p e[dz> 

t | TTCpt f(T(f)}opaS. CLV 8e rt? [etTTCt I] e7Tt(/>0-e([t](ret JX6 

Trio re? d5e]ta? xp^aOai TO[LS xpfji\a(riv rotfj] res 
o-0jo rot? aurjots 'olcrirtp td[v ri (?) eartyeptv et[7r]t e 
6/c 8e | roj' <popov] Karart^eWt K[ara roV (VLCLVTOV ra 
va irapa To]ls ra/x,tao-t ro[z; re 9 'A^jez/ata? ros 
7ret5|a^ 8e CK rojz; biaKoviov Ta[\dvTo]i> } 'a s 
airoboaiv <ere)to-rat *o Sjejuoj rots] aAAou ^eoty, a[7roo^]et ra 
e'o-0o ra /^|6i; re? 'A^ejrata? x/ V ara [^ T ot] 7rt 
ro 07rto-[^o6oVo, ra 8e r|6i; a\Xov 6\tov tv rot cV 



oa roi; XP I JLTOV T v <- P<>v CL<rTaTa etrrtr e d 

* 



juerd roz/ rferrapjoz; apxov, *at e8t8o[(ra^ det roX Ao' 



apyvpa] e virdpyvpa, o-refa-ai'ras --- 

These decrees were made in OL 86. 2 (435/434 B.C.), but the 
stone, from the occurrence of the form of the dative plural of 
the first declension, and of <rvv for yjrvv, seems not to have 
been cut before about 01. 90 (420-417 B.C.). 

The Financial Officers. 

The Hellenotamiai. 
See I. 103 ff. 

The Kolakretai. 

156. C. I. A. i. 2O vs. II : ['A^aypd^xrat 8e TO (o-e|]</>tcrjua ro'Se 
Kal roz; [O/OK]O[U eV [o-reAet XiOivti Kat o-reo-at e/z TT o'Aet roi; ypa/xjuarea 
r?s /3o[A]eTs. 'ot 8e TroAerat aTrojuto-^oo-drrJoy 'ot 8e KoAaKp^rat 
8o'[i;]ro[z; ro dpyu/noz/]. 

157. Koehler in Hermes, 31 (1896), p. 137, v. 9 : [Kat 
rTo]|ra/xo8o'poi Treura/coo-uis S^axj^a? bopzav K 8e/aoo-t|o] 
'ot 8e 7TjOu]|rdi;e? eTrt/xeAe^eVrov ['oVo? av Tiapaa-yoa-iv 'ot 



158. Ar. J.V. 1541 : Tr)z> AotSoptai;, roy KcoAayperr;^, ra 
rpt<o/3oAa. Schol. ac^ ^oc., roy KaAaKper^ : [[Tor rafjiLav rS>v TroAt- 
XP^M 07 "^^-]] 'Apio-Totyavrjs 6 ypa/x/u,artK6? rovrovs Tafias et^ot 
ro StKao-rtKoO fJnaOov. ov povov 8e rourov r^v l^i^iX^iav 
j coj (f)r](rLv, aXXa /cat ra ets ^eous avaXLa-KO^eva bia 



224 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. v. 



avr)\{(TKTo, cos 'ArbpoTiMV ypa(f)i oirrcos " rot? 6e lovori 
TIvd>b Otapois rovs KcoAaKpe'ras 1 bibovai CK r&v vavK\r]piK&v ttyobiov 
apyvpia, KCLL eis aAAo o rt av 807 avaX&crai. racial Se ^crav, KOL 



159. Ar. Fesp. 695 : 2v 8 

TTpaTTo^evov o-e AeA.Tj0ei>. Schol. acZ Zoc. : (dz/rl roi; e 

Trore lA^r] 6 KcoAaKpeVrj? /cat ez;eyK?7 (rot TO TpLu>f3o\ov. 

8e KaAetrat 6 Kare'xcozJ ra xP 7 ?M ara r ^ Tro'Aeco?, 6 raju,tas rov 
^.icrdov Kat r<3z/ ets ^eovs d^aXco/xarcoi'. VOJJLOS 6e 17^ ra 
va rijs Ova-ias TOVS tepeay \afjLJ3dvtiv, a tlviv olov 8epjuara 

/tat KcoAat.) 

160. J6^d 724: 

Kat iwi; drex^w? e^eXco Trape'xet^ 
o rt /3ovAet o-ot, 
TT A.T/Z; KcoXayperou yaAa iiivtiv* 

Schol. ac Zoc. : (KwXaKperou : ITepi(paoTtK<3? roz/ biKao-Tinov 
Trap* virovoiav 8e, 8eoi^ t;rti; C^ oi; TWOS.) -jrdVra o-ot, 
i, 8t8a)ju,t TrX^ OTTO brjjjLOcric^v rpo<^r^j. Ven. 

161. Bekker, jl^ecc?. i. p. 190, v. 15, KcoAaKperat : Ot Kparourres 
8tKao-rtKr)y frfJiiav. p. 275, v - 22 : ot raw dpyvptcov ra/ztat, ot ro 
SLKCLO-TLKOV kra^^vovTO rpiupoXov Kat ra ety ray 



162. Suidas : KcoAa/cperat ot ra/xtat rou 8t/cao-rtKoi) fjacrdov Kat 
ets ^eous draAcojaarcoz/. 

err^z;, ro 8e irparTo^vov at 
Pollux viii. 97. See below 183. 



Apodektai. 

163. [Arist.] jResp. J.^. 47, 48, 50, 52. Cf. Bekk. 
i. 198. i ; 427. 13. 

164. Harpocr. 'ATroSeWat : 'Apx?i rt? eo-rt -Trap' 'AOyvaiotis ot 
aTTodeKrat, ^s -TroAAaKts iJLvrjfjiovevovoriv ot pTJrope? Kat ot KQ)/xtKot. 
'Apto-rore'Arjs 8' ei^ r// 'AOrjvaiav TroAtreta SeSrjAooKez; ws Sexa re 

, Kat &>s TrapaAa^So'^re? ra ypa/z/xareta aTraAet^ovo-t ra Kara- 
xP 7 ?J utara T ^ (BovXijs tvavriov tv ra) ^SouAcurr/pta), Kat 

d7ro8t8oacrt rd ypa/oijuareta rw 8r;juo(rta)' Kat a7rA<3? a TTparroixrt 
on di^rt rwv KtoAaKpercSv ot a7ro8eKrat VTTO KAet- 



159-172.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 225 



165. Pollux viii. 97 : 'ATroSeWat 8e yo-av btKa, ot rovs <j)6povs 
Kat ras etox^opas Kat TO, re'Ar; vTrtbexpvTO, KCLL ra -Trept TOVTMV 
ov. et 8e u juetfoy etr;, dvrjyov ets ro 



166. C.I. A. iv. 53 a (p. 67) vs. 1 1 (01. 90. 3) : 'ASoVtos cure' 
ra fj.(v &AAa KaOdircp ret /3oAef d 8^ (3a(n\vs /ut|[t]a-^oo-({ro KOI ot 
TroXeral ro rejuce^o? ro NeAeos Kal res BcunAes xa|[r]a ras \<Tvvypa(f)a$ 
etKoort ere. r6*> 8e ^Krdoa-a^evov epxo-at ro *te|[p]6z; ro Ko8po Kat rd 
NeAeos Kat res Bao-tAes rots eawo reAecrtv. OTrl^Jo-ez; 6 J av &\(f)t, 
fj-Lo[0]o(nv TO Tfjivos Kara TOV fviavrbv J-KCKTTOV, KJarajSaAAeVo rd 
apyvpiov eTrt res eVdres -rrpurayetas rots a7ro8^K|rat[s], ot 8e 
rots ra/ixtato-t roy aAAoz; 0eSv TrapaStSoWoz; | [K]ara ro 



The TrwXtjTat. 

167. [Arist.] Eesp. Ath. 47. 

Cf. Harpocr. ITcoAijrat Kat Ttu>\.r\Tripiov. Suid. TrcaAr^rat. Phot. 
TTcoATjrat Kat TrwAr^r^pto^. 

168. Bekker, An. Gr. i. 391. 17: lLoATjrat rt^es etVty : . . . 
Kat <f)povTiCov(nv OTTCOS ^ rt/utr) r<3v TTtTrpao-KOjuteVcay a7ro8o^r/ r?} Tro'Aet. 

C. /. J.. i. 20. See above 156. (7. /. ^l.iv. 53 a. See above 166. 

169. C. I. A. i. 68 v. 4: ['E]7ret5e x</z/3aAAoz;rai ot vavK\poi 
[ ..... 8pa])()utei' eKa(rros aTro ro TrAoto OTTOS ar rd [tepoV ? . . . .]v (TOV 
et rot 0eot, a7ro5t8oV^oy ot 7r[oAerat] K.r.A. 

170. Suidas : ITooArjr^s . . . Kat TrcoAryrat* ovrot r&v o^etAoWair ra) 
L(D Kara 7rpo0eo-jutai> Kat /x^ a7ro8t8oVra)^ kmirpaa-Kov ras ovo-tas. 

be rots TreoArjrats Kat oo*ot r6 6taypa^)er apyvpiov tv 
d<r4<f>pov' en Kat ot ^ez^tas dAoz^res Kat 6 /ze'rotKOs 6 
OVK \(t)V Kat 6 aTTpocrracrtou ypac^ets. roi/'rcor yap ras 
ovrrtas TrcoAoCz/res TrapaKare/SaAAoi; ets ro brjfjLoa-iov. 

171. Harpocr. : MerotKtoz> . . . ot //.eVrot ^ rt^eWes ro /uerotKtoi; 
jxe'roiKoi a7r?}yoi;ro Trpos ras TrcoAr^ras, Kat et eciAcoa-az; eT 

a>s c^ryo-t A^/uocr^e^s e^ r(j> Kar' 'Aptoroyet'roz>os (i. 58). 



Andoc. de J/^/ 8 ^ 79- ^ ee above 153. Cf. i&icZ. 77. 

172. [Demosth.] 58 m Theocr. 48 : Ou5 l eo-rt MKOLIOV rovrovs 
VTroXafjLpavtw o^etAeti', 5v oi>8ets irape'dcoKe rots TrpaKroptrt ra 
di'o/xara. 

Q 



226 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. v. 

173. Demosth. 43 adv. Macart. 71 : ["Orou 5' &v K 
yypa$oWa>z> ol &p\ovTS, irpbs ovs av fj fj SIKTJ, rots 

o r<j> STJ/XOO-IO) yiyveraiJ\ 

174. (7. /. J.. i. 47, fr. e, vs. 3 : [Tot gjejoumoi 6$eA 
*ot 7r<Kroes /c.r.A. 



Thirty Logistai (Ten in later times). 

C. I. A. i. 32 A v. 6. See above 155. 
C. I. A. i. 2,2,6. See above II. 1* 
(7. /. A i. 228. See above II. 3. 

175. C. I. A. i. 273 v. i. See above I. 108. 

176. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 48. 

The EutJiynoi. 

177. Andoc. deMyst. 78 : Kat oo-coz; v0vvai nvts etVt 
ieWt cz; rot? Aoyto-rr^ptots VTTO raw tvOvvav r) rwz; 

178. [Arist.] J?#$>. ^L^. 48. 



The Treasurers of the Sacred Funds of Athena. 
Their title. 

179. C. I. A. i. 155* T : 'Oi rajiucu rov lepo^ \P^OLTOV res 

[/ -i 
ratasj. 

180. (7. /. j4. i. 299. 7 : Ilapa rajuiou IK TroAeos. 

Cf. 0. I. A. i. 32 A. 28 (above 155), 179. 4 (below 186), 180. 
7 (see above I. 1O6), 301. 17 (see above IV. 84), 310. 4 (see 
above IV. 79). 

Their qualifications, method of election, number, <$cc. 

181. [Arist] Resp. Ath. 4, 7, 8, 47 (=Harpocr. Ta/u'cu). 
C. I. A. i. 32 A. 13. See above 155. 

182. C. I. A. i. 299 v. 10 : Ta/x[t]at Se 4>[iX]oVeos 'I[o]|/x[>e]os 



n [ra>i[t]os, 
Tet[(7to Kje^aAe^ev, Xapto-os [MeAa]^^to ' 



173-187.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 227 



A[t]oyxt? 

XatpeXet[6e?] | XaptfeVo ' 

183. Pollux viii. 97 : Ta/xtat r?j? 0eo KXrypoorot joiev eK 
Kocrtojue8t/zzja)z> ?J0w, ra 8e XP 1 l^ aTCL napehdiJifiavov rrj? 
Trapovcrrjs. eKaXowro 5' ovrot Ka>XaKpe'rat. etxoy 8 s eov(7taz> Kat 

niav dfaXtlvj ei dgucos VTTO rw^ apxovTuv l-ni^X-r]Odr]. 

184. Suidas,Ta//tat: 'Ap^ovres dviv 'A^rj^o-t K\r)pu>Tol and T&V 
vraKoa-LOfJibLfjLV^Vj oi ra ev ra) tepco TTJ? 'A^^i/ay ez; aKpOTroAet 
?7/u.ara Upa re Kal brjfJioa-La (f>v\dTTov(riv, aXAa Kal avro ro ayaXjixa 



185. Bekker, ^.Tiecd Gr. i. 306. 7, Tajuuat 
"Ap^ovTcs l(nv 'Adrjvrja-L, 8^Ka, dwo TrerraKocriojLieSt/i^cor, KXTjpcorot, ot 
ra ez> roi tepw r?}? 'A^m? ez> d/cpo7roXet xprujLara lepd re /cat 8^/iio 
xal arro ro ayaX/xa r^? ^eoi; xat rov KOO-^JLOV 



Date of entering office. 
C. I. A. i. 32 A v. 24 ff. See above 155. 

186. (7. 7. -4. i. 179 : rA0ewtot az>e'X]o<ray es Ko'pKfvpay ra8e. 'Em 

o]^ro? xal em re? /3oXes *et K[.|. . . 
o-to? Trporo? eypaju/aci|[reue,rajottat c ]iepoz; \pf^drov re? ' 
ex Kep]a/xe'oi; xat x (rr;i; ^/ :} X oi;rey '' s I [Kpcire? Nav 

[7rap^8oa-a^] (rrpareyot? e? KopKVpav roi? | [Trporot? 
AaKeSatjutoi^iot Aa/aaj[8et, ITporeai] Atx"oret, Ator^x.ot 
[em res Aeo^]rt8o?? TTpvraveias irpoYes Trpv^ra^euoa-e?, 
r]pe? Kat 8e'/ca e/uepai eo-eXeXv|[^uta? ..... ] PT | v. 13. ['Ewl 
'A^xrevSo?] ap^o^ro? Kat 'em re? jSoXe? | [*et K . . . . 8e?] <I>aez;o 
Tet^pao-to?. -Trporo? e|[ypa/xjuare7;e, ra/otltat *Lpdv \p^drov re? 'A|[0e- 



Kat \crvvdp\ov\ [re?, *ot? 



orpareyot? e? Ko 
rot? 8evr^p]ot? eKirXeWi, rXavKort | [ ............... ]eVet KotXet, 

| [ .......... em re?] Aiavrtdo? Trpvrareta? | [. . . J re? 

ret reXevfrai'at c e^e'|pat re? Trpvraveta? ? --- ]. 
See A. Boeckh, Kleine Schriften, vol. 6, pp. 72 ff. ; and cf. 
C. I. A iv. p. 31, no. 179 a-d and p. 159. 

187. 0. 1. A.i. 1 89 a vs. I : 'Em re? 'Epex^etSo? Sevrepa? 7rp[ura- 

1 Tr/JOTej vel 6780(5 vel frarey. 
Q 2, 



228 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch.v. 



'EAXeuora/xtais TrapeSojuey, Avaridloi 0v/x]atra6et /cat a-wdp- 
Xoo-t, rptr[et] Kal 6eKare[t res 7rp]ura[i;etas, SeKaret QQivovTOs Merayetr]- 

VIOVOS K.T.A.. 

188. (7. 7. A i. 189 b vs. 25, 26 : [Tots avrots - - Kal etKOorrji 
rijs itpVTavtias, - - K\\a\l] eiKooTT/t ro ^vbs 'EKaro//,/3[a]toi>os - - . 



The boards distinguished by their Secretaries. 

189. C. I. A. i. 122: [Td6e] ot ra/n'at TOI; lepoz^ xp^aroz; re? ' 

/9)(VrpaTo[9 Kal yvvv\ap\ovTs ols 
'Oatev? typa/Ajudreue [7rape8ocrai; rots] ra^'iaa-iv ols MeyaK\e? Mcya- 
K\eo? 'AAoueKetevy eypajufx^freve, TrapaScfa/uje^ot -Trapa ror 
Lov ot? e 



190. 0. 7. Ai. 1 17 : [0]o[t]. || [T^8e Ttap&ovav *at rerr]ape9 
*al tbiboa-av TO[V Xoyov \ CK TlavaOevaiov s IT]ava^eVat[a]* rots 
rajatao-tr, *ots [Kpdres | Aa/xTrrpevj eypa/xju]drcu* *ot 8[e] ra/uttat, *ots 
Kpdres [Aa/x7rrpei9 | eypajujudrcue, 7rape]8oo-a/; rots [Tal/atao^ *ots 
eypa/x/zdreve]' K.rA. 



Disbursement of sacred funds by the Temple Authorities. 
C. I. A. i. 301. See above IV. 84. 

191. C. I. A. i. 318 v. 5 : v Epxo-az;TO roz; epyor e-zrl J Aptor|Yoz>o9 
apxoi'TOj, 7rl re? /SoAe?, *et 6 Seti^a] | 7rpor[o]s eypaju/otdreue eirl res 
AejWrtSo? --- 



Tafxiai TWI> 

C. I. A. i. 32. See above 155. 

192. C. I. A. i. 194, fr. a, b : Tajuua[i] TOV &X[Xov Qeov e?rl res 
]|es, It K[a]AXtVrparo[s ........... ] | TrpSros eypafx/xdri;[ez;, 

em J E7ra)itet] |voj;os apxoz^ros, 'Aj/rt[ ......... i]|os, 'AAKt^fpjo^ 

'Ai/a^)Xv(T[rtos, K.r.A. v. 9 : rdde 7rape'8[o(rai> 7rapa8ex<rdftvot] | Trapa 
TOV Tifporepou rafJLLov] K.rA. 

Fr. c, pars dextra (i) 



--- A (2) IToo-et[5oz/os] 

- - hh hill IIC 'fame* d[py^ptov] K.r.X. 



188-198.] THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. 229 

Appropriation of certain Revenues to fixed objects. 

Prytaneia and Penalties for dikasts fees. 
[Xen.] Resp. Ath. i. 16. See above I. 174. 

193. Ar. Eq. 1358 : 

'Ecb> TLS etiTTj /3o>/xoXo'xos fwTJyopos' 

OVK (TTIV vjuv rots StKaoTat? aX^tTa, 

ei /XT) KaTayvw(T(T0 ravTr]v TJ\V SIKTJZ;* /c.T.X. 

194. Lysias 27 in Epicr. I : 'Ez^u/jtetcrtfat 8e xp*) ort TroXXaKts 
rjKOV(raT TOTJTCOZ; XeyoVra)z;, OTTOTC (BovkoLVTO nva dStKco? aTroAeVat, 
ort. et )mr] KaTa^rj^Lclardf &v avrol K\VOV(TLV, eTTtAct^et v/xa? 77 



195. Pollux viii. 38 : Ta /xez^ irpyravela wpKr/meW, o rt 
KarapaXelv irpb rrjs ^LKTJS rbv bi^KOvra KOL TOV StcoKOjueroy et 8 
8ie'y/>a(/>oi> rr)y 8tK?/^ ot ^(raya)yet?. 6 6' ??rn70ij a7ret8ov ro 
ajux^ore' pcoy 8o^eV, kXa^avov 5' auro ot StKaarat. Kat ot fxez^ 
exaroi^ bpa^fj.&v XP l X 1 ^^^ StKa^ojuevot rpet? 
ot 8e OTTO x 1 ^- 1 ' 40 ^ rpta/cozmi. ot 6e otoz;rat TrpVTavcla et^at TO 7rt- 
6^Karo^ roO Ti|oi?jjuiaTos, Karart^eo-^at 8' air6 roi;? ypa^a/oterov? CTTI 
fjuorOobo(riq T&V StKaorwi;. 

. 196. Photius : ITpvrareta, TrpoVoSos ets ra o?7^oVta Kararao-a-o- 
jue'yr?, ^r ot bLKaa-djjLfvoi nvi Kat T/rrrjfleVre? KareftaXov, topivfjitvrjv 
(j)}J.iav KCLTCLTiOevTes eKacrrot?. . . . npvrcwaa, eKrerajuteVco? /oiez; /<at 
^r^XuKwj, apifljuos rtj rj^p&v. ovSerepcos 8e o-a^xS? //ev ov8ei? etTre^ 
r^ 877X01. rtres 8e apyvpiov n ttyacrav etz^at, 6 KarcriOfo-av ot 8tKa- 
6fjivoi, ef <S^ r6 SiKaariKov e8t8oro rots 



Special votes. 

197. C. I. A. ii. 50 vs. 15 : T6 8e [\/oj<io-jua ro8e araypa\/r]arco 
o [y]pa/mjaarei)s TTJJ ^3oX[^s er 0-777X771 \i6ivrji /c]at (rr[77]o-aT<i) ei> 
7[t] [ets 8e TT)Z; avaypa^v 6] [ra]^t[a]s TO 877^0 8oVa> [A]A 
es Ta Karaia-ara a^aAto-Kou^a)i' Ta>t 



198. (7. /. ^.. ii. 6l v. 2O: [*Es] 8e Tr^y avaypatyrjv TT/S 0-777X77? 
8owat Tovy ra^as [rrjs] fiovXrjs : AAA : [bp]a)yjLas K r&y Kara 

TTJL (3ov\fji. 



230 THE ATHENIAN CONSTITUTION. [Ch. v. 199-200. 

Expenditure on Festivals, <&c. 

199. C. I. A. i. 1 88 v. 5: 'Em res Alyetbos Sevre'pas irpvra- 

9e Is 



Kar[a ]rtavr6z; AivXXot 'Ep^iet Kal a-vvdp^oaLv es rtv 
FHAhhhK 

v. 22 : 'E]38ojuet res Trpvraveias ^EAAci'ora/x.tats 0p[a]<roi;t Bov- 
raei Kat o-wapx 0(rtz; r ^ 8io/3eAfei> i TXHHAAAhhlll D i 

See above IV. 70 ff. 

The Custody of the Public Funds. 

200. [A.ri&t.~\Resp.Ath.44. Cf.Eustath.adHom. Od. p. 1827. 
Suid. eTricrrarTjs. Harpocr. e7rto-rar?]s. Etym. Magn. eTrtorarat. 
Pollux viii. 96, &c. 



CHAPTER VI. 

BIOGRAPHICAL. 

Pausanias. 

His Treachery and End. 
General Narratives. 

1. Thuc. i. 128-134. Of. Hdt. v. 32. 

2. Diod. xi. 44. 3 : IIoAAoi/y ft tv avr?i (sell. 



at,o\6yovs fooyprjcra? ai/Spas 7rapeo"a)Kez> et? 
EpeTptet, ra> /uep Aoyu> -Trpos Ttjua)ptai> TrjprJcropTt, r<3 
owri Trpo? Hepf^r' o-vvT0LTO yap 61' a7ropp?Jra)z; <pL\iav Trpo? 
/ScKriAe'a, xat r^y dvyartpa TOV Ee'pfov ya/xetz; e/uteXAey, tz/a 
rovs "EXAr/i'aj. (4) ijz; 8' 6 raOra Trparrojotez^o? 'AprajSafo? (rrparrj- 
yo's, Kat xpr^jLtara)^ nkrjOos \opr)yL \d0pa ra> ITavo-az/ta Trpoj TO Sta 
TOVTCW (frOtipeLV TOVS V0TOV$ T&v 'EtXXTivwv. eyei;eTO 6e Kara^ar^? 
Kal rtjoicapta? eTt'^f rota)5e rt^t rpoV&> (see I. 19). . . . (6) ert 8e 
p.a\Xov avvripyr}(T KOL TO avTo^arov rots 'Aflrjycuot? 5ta ravra? ras 
amas. (45) riavo-a^tas 17^ (rv^re^etjaeVoy wore rov? ra? e7rt(rroXa? 
irap' avrou KOjottfovras Trpo? rov /3ao-tAea JUT) avaKd{jL7rTiv /xr;8e 
yiv^crOdi nrjvvTas T&V aTropprjTW 8t* 771^ alriav avaupovfji^vc^v CIVT&V 
VTTO T>V a-noXa^avovr^v raj e-TrioToAa? awtficuvf {j.rjbtva Stao-w- 
fe<T0ai. (2) a 8^ (ruAAoyio-a/utei/o? rt? ro>^ pifiXiafyoptov arew^e ra? 
eTrioToAefo, Kat yyovs dA^^es of TO Trept TT)V avaipecriv T& 
Ta ypa/x/xaTa, d^e8o)Ke TOIS (/>o'poi9 Tas 7rt(7ToAd?. (3) 
aTTKTTOVvTtoV ha TO d^ewy/uteVa? avTot? Ta? e-TTta-ToAds 
Kat mo-Tiv Tpav (BefiaioTtpav frjTovvTwv, eTrr/yyctAaTO 
aiT6^ o/aoAoyoOi^Ta. (4) Tropev^etj ow eTrt Taivapov Kat 
CTrt T(j) TOU Ilo(ret8&)i;oy tepw bLTT\rjv (TK.j]vr]V 7repte/3dATO, Kat 
/xez; tyopovs Kat TOOI; aAAcoz; 27rapTiaTO)i> Ttj;as KaTKpv\l/, TOV bf 
Ylavvaviov Trapayero/xcVou Trpos avTov Kat "nvvOavofjitvov Tr]V ahiav 



232 BIOGRAPHICAL. [oh. VI. 



rrjs tKCTetas, e/xe'^aTo avTa> Ka0' 6Voz> ets TT)Z> 
TOV Kar' avToS 0dVaToz/. (5) TO 6e ITavo-a^tou </>TJ<raz>Tos i 
/xeAet0-0ai Kal arvyyvtopriv atTou/xeVov rot? ayvo^QtiviV) Irt 8e 
bT)6evTOS OTTO)? <ri>y Kpv\l/rj , Kal Scopea? jueyaAaj v-nia-yvov^ivov, avrol 
l&v bi\v6r](rav, ol 8' l^opot Kat oi /aer' avr<3z> aKpi(3G>s 
Ta\r]0s rore /xz> i)(ruyiav eo-^oz;, va-rcpov 
rots e^opot? (rvXka}JLf3av6vT(*)v, irpoaLdOofjievos e^^atre Kat 
ets tepov TO r?js 'A^rjz/as TTJJ XaAKtotKov. (6) aTropovjaeWi; 8e 
AaKe8at/xoj>tcoz> et rifxcopTJo-orTat TO^ tKerr^z;, X^yerat TT)Z; jutr/repa TOU 
naTavTri<ra<Tav et? ro tepdz/ aXAo jaev fj,r)bv ^r\r etTretz; 
Trpafat [rt], irXivOov 8e (3ao-Ta(ra<rav avaOelvai Kara r^ ets TO 
Kat TOI;TO npa^acrav tTtavtXQtiv ets T^y t8taz/ otKtaz;. 
(7) TGI;? 8e AaKe8at/xoz^tous TTJ TTJ? jj.rjrp6s KptVet trvi'aKoXov^rio-avTas 
VOLKobofjLrj(raL TT)V eta-oSoy, Kat TOVTO) TO) TpoVw a-vvavayKacraL TOV 
Hava-aviav Xt/xw Karaor/oe\/rat Tor ^3tov. T^ jaev ovu orfijaa TOT; 
avve^p^Or] TOIJ irpo^Kovcn KaTa\>(Taij TO be 
TTJS T&V IKCTWI; o-toTrjptas KaTaXvOtia-rj? TT(rri[JLr]V' (8) 
yap AaKeSai/otozHcoi' irept TLVCAV aXXcav (V AeA<ots \pfj(TTY]pLa- 
, 6 ^eo? eo"a>Ke xp?7o-jLi6r KcXevco^ aTTOKaTao-T^o-at T]7 0e<j) TOZ^ 

LK^TrjV. (9) OLOTTtp ol ^TTapTlttTai T^V [JiaVTfiaV aOVVCLTOV VOfJLioVTS 

etz/at, rj-nopovv e^>' tKai^oi' \povov, ov bwd^voi iroirjaai TO TrpooraT- 
TojjLcvoi^ VTTO TOV 6tov' ojuia)? 5' K Twv ^v^)^o^iv()>v /3oi>Aewa/xei>ot 
KCLTeo-Kevao-av etKoVa? 8^p TOU rTaucraznou x a ^- K ^ y j Ka ^ o,v6r]Kav ets 
TO tepdz; T^S 'A^?]j;aj. 

3. Aristod. iv. (jP.-'JET. G. v. p. 7): Kat Efavo-artas 6 KAeojm-, 
, 6 T&V AaKtbaiiJiovitoV orpaTTyyo'?, [011] KaTa <^tAoTt/xtaz; T^I; 
TWZ; ^EAATj^a)^, dAAa 8ta vpobocriav' o-v^Te^et/xevoy yap ^i; 
r/ Trpobu>(T(r0aL avTw TOI/S "EAAr^i'as e^rt TW Aa/3eu> 6vyaTpa Trap 
Tipoj yafjiov. bs Trrjp}jivos TT} T eAmSt TavTrj KOL TW ewu^i- 
TW ey OAaTatatj, OVK e/xeTpio7ra0et, aAAa Trp&TOv fj.v Tpiiroba 
avaOtls TW ei; AeA^ots 'ATro'AAcoj/t eTTtypa/xjuta eypax/^e 7rp6? CLVTOV 

TOLOVTOV 



<l>otj8a) /X^JLI' avtOrjKe 

T&V 8 VTTOTTayiJLVtoV aVTO) TUKp&S ^PX Ka ' TVpCLVVLK&S, TTJV 



o-07)Tas (fropelv Kat ITepo-iKay 

, a>s e^os eKet^otj. 
4. 7d vi. (^. ZT. (r. v. p. 9) : AaKedat/AoViot 6e^ aKouo-arTes Ta 



3-5.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 233 



Trept rrjs eyKexetpto-jue'z^s 7rpoo"o0-tas Tlav<raviq, 

TeKaAowTo CIVTOV o>s a.TToXoyf](r6^vov. 6 8e Tlavvavias, 
ets rr]v ^TrdpTYjv, aTreAoyrjo-aTO' Kat aTrcmJa-as TOVS AaKebai- 
airoXvOtls TT/S amas, inrz^fjXOev Kat irdXiv ez/?7pyet TT)Z> 
irpobocriav. 

5. Id. viii. (F. H. G. v. p. 10) : 'O 5e riauoWas, virdpx^v tv 
ava(j)av$bv ^bi(Tv, Kat Kaxa Stert^et roi;? ''EA.X^i'a?. Aie- 
TL KOL TOLOVTOV. r\v 7TL\(jDpiov TWOS OvyaTtjp KoptovCbov 
' 771; TTfji\l/v 6 TIav(ravias efatrwz; roz^ Trarepa. 6 6e 
, SfSotKcby r^ w/iumjra roC riavcrartot;, eTreju^ev avrw rr)y 
9 Kat r napayevo^vt]<s VVKTOS s TO otKT]/x,a Kotjacojueyou roO 
Kat Trapaaraa-r]?, Ttcpivirvos yez^ojuie^os 6 rTava-awa? Sofas 
re Kar* tTrifiovXriv nva l(T\r]\v6vai, eTrapa/utero? TO i(j)ibiov, eTre- 
povr]or TJ]V Koprjv Kat a-Tr^KTet^e, Kat 8ta TOVTO ets IMJLVICLV 
Kat yevofjievos (^p^voy^avji'S eKCKpdyet wy 877 jotaaTtyov/zez>os VTTO 
Koprjs. -TToXAoi) 8e \povov StayerojaeVov, eftXacraTO TOVS 
rrjs TTaibos, Kat OVTCOS airoKar^crTr]. (^j Trjs 6e Trpobocrias OVK. 
(TravtTO, a\\a ypd\j/as eTTto-ToAas E^pfr/, 'ApytAtw ayaTrcu/jteVo) lai>To5 
8t6co(rt Tawas eyKeAevo-a/xeros KOjottfety 7r/)6s Hep^z;. 6 5e 'ApytAtos, 
6e8oiKa)s Tre/ot avTOi), eTret^r^ (yap) ov8e ot TrpoYepot -Treju^^e^Tes 
airv6(TTr]crav, Trpos Apr)v ov Trapeyez/eTO, \6<t>v be ets 27rapT?]z;, 

TOtS (f)6pOLS fJL^VVCT Tr]V TTpoSoCTtar, VTT(T^TO 6 KCLTa(j)U)pOV 8et^ty 

TOZ; Tlavo-avLav. (3) Kat (rvvOtntvos Trept TOVTO)I> rjXOev ets Taivapov, 
ez> Te TO) TOV rio(ret8a)^os TejueVet tKeVevez;' ot 8e *-(f)opoi, irapayevo- 

ets TO [avTO Ttjjievos Kat] StirA^ (TKY]vr]V KaTacrKeuaa-a^Tes ez> 
Kpv\l/av eavTovs. OVK emo-Ta/xez'OS 8e 6 Oavo'ai'tas TawTa, 
8e T6y 'ApytAtoz; tKeTevoz^Ta, TrapeyeWTo Trpos avrov, Kat 
TO eirt TO jur) Ko/xto-at Tas 7rtoroAas Trpos Sep^v, aAAa Te 
Ttz>a TeK//rjpta Stefrjet r^s 7rpo8oo-tas* ot 8e l^opot, aKovo-a^Tes T&ir 
prjOtvTtov, Trapaxprjjjia JJLZV ov (rvv\d(3ovTO avrov 8ta TO etz^at aytoy 
TO" T[j,vos, aAA' daa-av a7reA^t^, vvrcpov 8e avToi; \dovra ets 
STtdpTrjv ffiovXovTO crv\\ajjLJ3dvo-0aL. 6 8e -uTroiJorjo-as etVe'Spajaez; 
e^s Td T?}S XaAKiofoov 'A^r^ras rfywos Kat tK^Tevev. (4) TWZ; 8e 
AaKeSat/zoz/tcoz; ev aTro'pa) OVTMV bia rr]V ets TOZJ ^eoz; ^pr/crKetar, T; 
fXTJTT/p TO riavo-artou ^aorrdcraa-a TtXivOov tdrjKtv tnl rrjs elvobov 
TOV Ttfjitvovs, TTpoKaTap^o^vr} TT^S KaTa TOI) 7rat86s KoAdVeoos* ot 8e 
AdKcbaifJiovioi, KaTaKoXovdr)(rai'Ts avTr), avtoKobojjiricrav TO 
Kat At//a> bia(j)6apVTOs TOV Tlavoraviov, ai'eAoVTes T?V or^yr 

TOU z^aou eTt ^TiviovTa. TOV Havvaviav Kat efe'ppi^az'. Sia 8e 



234 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Oh. vi. 



TOVTO Aoi/uto? avrovs K.a.Tta-yv. Oeov 5e xprja-avros tirav 

TOVS baiiJLovas TOV Ylawaviov, Travo'aa'Oai, TQV A.OI/XOZJ, dvSpiayra avra> 

avi(TTr](rav, /cat e:rawaro 6 XOLJJLOS. 

6. Corn. Nep. Pans. 1.3: Sed primum in eo est reprehensus, 
quod ex praeda tripodem aureum Delphis posuisset epi- 
grammate inscripto, in quo haec erat sententia: suo ductu 
barbaros apud Plataeas esse deletos eiusque victoriae ergo 
Apollini id donum dedisse. (4) hos versus Lacedaemonii 
exsculpserunt neque aliud scripserunt quam nomina earum 
civitatum, quarum auxilio Persae erant victi. 

2. Post id proelium eundem Pausaniam cum classe communi 
Cyprum atque Hellespontum miserunt, ut ex iis regionibus 
barbarorum praesidia depelleret. (2) pari felicitate in ea re 
usus elatius se gerere coepit maioresque appetere res. nam 
cum Byzantio expugnato cepisset eomplures Persarum nobiles 
atque in eis nonnullos regis propinquos, hos clam Xerxi 
remisit, simulans ex vinclis publicis effugisse, et cum iis 
Gongylum Eretriensem, qui litteras regi redderet, in quibus 
haec fuisse scripta Thucydides memoriae prodidit : (3) ' Pausa- 
nias, dux Spartae, quos Byzantii ceperat, postquam propinquos 
tuos cognovit, tibi muneri misit seque tecum affinitate coniungi 
cupit: quare, si tibi videtur, des ei filiam tuam nuptum. 
(4) id si feceris, et Spartam et ceteram Graeciam sub tuam 
potestatem se adiuvante te redacturum pollicetur. his de 
rebus si quid agere volueris, certum hominem ad eum mittas 
face, cum quo colloquatur.' (5) rex tot hominum salute tarn 
sibi necessariorum magno opere gavisus confestim cum epistula 
Artabazura ad Pausaniam mittit, in qua eum collaudat ac 
petit, ne cui rei parcat ad ea efficienda, quae polliceretur : si 
perfecerit, nullius rei a se repulsam laturum. (6) huius 
Pausanias voluntate cognita alacrior ad rem gerendam factus 
in suspicionem cecidit Lacedaemoniorum. quo facto domum 
revocatus, accusatus capitis absolvitur, multatur tamen 
pecunia, quam ob causam ad classem remissus non est. 

3. At ille post non multo sua sponte ad exercitum rediit et 
ibi non stolida, sed dementi ratione cogitata patefecit : non 
enim mores patrios solum, sed etiam cultum vestitumque 
inutavit. (2) apparatu regio utebatur, veste Medica ; satellites 
Medi et Aegyptii sequebantur ; epulabatur more Persarum 






6.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 235 

luxuriosius, quam qui aderant perpeti possent ; (3) aditum 
petentibus [conveniundi] non dabat, superbe respondebat, 
crudeliter imperabat. Spartam redire nolebat ; Colonas, qui 
locus in agro Troade est, se contulerat; ibi consilia cum 
patriae turn sibi inimica capiebat. (4) id postquam Lace- 
daemonii rescierunt, legates cum clava ad eum miserunt, in 
qua more illorum erat scriptum : nisi domum reverteretur, se 
capitis eum damnaturos. (5) hoc nuntio commotus, sperans 
se etiamtum pecunia et potentia instans periculum posse 
depellere, donium rediit. hue ut venit, ab ephoris in vincla 
publica est coniectus : licet enim legibus eorum cuivis ephoro 
hoc facere regi. hinc tamen se expedivit, neque eo magis 
carebat suspicione: nam opinio manebat eum cum rege habere 
societatem. (6) est genus quoddam hominum, quod Hilotae 
vocatur, quorum magna multitudo agros Lacedaemoniorum 
colit servorumque munere fungitur. hos quoque sollicitare 
spe libertatis existimabatur. (7) sed quod harum rerum 
nullum erat apertum crimen, quo coargui posset, non putabant 
de tali tamque claro viro suspicionibus oportere iudicari et 
exspectandum, dum se ipsa res aperiret. 

4. Interim Argilius quidam adulescentulus, quern puerum 
Pausanias amore venerio dilexerat, cum epistulam ab eo ad 
Artabazum accepisset eique in suspicionem venisset aliquid 
in ea de se esse scriptum, quod nemo eorum redisset, qui 
[super tali causa] eodem missi erant, vincla epistulae laxavit 
signoque detracto cognovit, si pertulisset, sibi esse pereundum. 
(2) erant in eadem epistula quae ad ea pertinebant, quae inter 
regem Pausaniamque convenerant. has ille litteras ephoris 
tradidit. (3) non est praetereunda gravitas Lacedaemoniorum 
hoc loco, nam ne huius quidem indicio impulsi sunt ut 
Pausaniam comprehenderent, neque prius vim adhibendam 
putaverunt, quam se ipse indicasset. (4) itaque huic indici, 
quid fieri vellent, praeceperunt. fanum Neptuni est Taenari, 
quod violari nefas putant Graeci. eo ille [index] confugit in 
araque consedit. hanc iuxta locum fecerunt sub terra, ex quo 
posset exaudiri, si quis quid loqueretur cum Argilio. (5) hue 
ex ephoris quidam descenderunt. Pausanias, ut audivit 
Argilium confugisse in aram, perturbatus venit eo. quern 
cum supplicem dei videret in ara sedentem, quaerit, causae 



236 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Oh. vi. 

quid sit tarn repentini consilii. huic ille, quid ex litteris 
comperisset, aperit. (6) quo magis Pausanias perturbatus 
orare coepit, ne enuntiaret neu se meritum de illo optime 
proderet : quodsi earn veniam sibi dedisset tantisque implicatum 
rebus sublevasset, magno ei praemio futurum. 

5. His rebus ephori cognitis satius putarunt in urbe eum 
comprehendi. quo cum essent profecti et Pausanias placato 
Argilio, ut putabat, Lacedaemonem reverteretur, in itinere, 
cum iam in eo esset ut comprehenderetur, ex vultu cuiusdam 
ephori, qui eum admoneri cupiebat, insidias sibi fieri 
intellexit. (2) itaque paucis ante gradibus, quam qui eum 
sequebantur, in aedem Minervae, quae Chalcioicos vocatur, 
confugit. hinc ne exire posset, statim ephori valvas eius 
aedis obstruxerunt tectumque sunt demoliti, quo celerius sub 
divo interiret. (3) dicitur eo tempore matrem Pausaniae 
vixisse eamque iam magno natu, postquam de scelere filii 
comperit, in primis ad filium claudendum lapidem ad 
introitum aedis attulisse. (4) hie cum semianimis de templo 
elatus esset, confestim animam efflavit. sic Pausanias magnam 
belli gloriam turpi morte maculavit. (5) cuius mortui corpus 
cum eodem nonnulli dicerent inferri oportere, quo ii qui ad 
supplicium essent dati, displicuit pluribus, et procul ab eo 
loco infoderunt, quo erat mortuus. inde posterius dei Delphici 
response erutus atque eodem loco sepultus est, ubi vitam 
posuerat. 

7. Justin, ii. 15: (Pausanias) pro ducatu regnum Graeciae 
adfectans proditionis praemium cum Xerxe nuptias filiae 
eius paciscitur redditis captivis, ut fides regis aliquo beneficio 
obstringeretur. scribit praeterea Xerxi, quoscunque ad se 
nuntios misisset, interficeret, ne res loquacitate hominum 
proderetur. sed dux Atheniensium Aristides, belli socius 
electus collegae conatibus obviam eundo simul et in rem 
sapienter consulendo proditionis consilia discussit. nee multo 
post accusatus Pausanias damnatur. 

8. Schol. ad Ar. Eq. 84 : (Mera TT\V Eepfou fyvyyv Aa/ce- 

TTpoboo-ias Kpivovai /cat <j)ovvov(n Ylavcraviav TOV Ibiov 
, KAeo/u./3/oo'rou Kat 'AA/ca^a'ay vlov). 



7-10.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 237 

His behaviour at Byzantion, &c. 

9. Plut. Cim. 6 : "E-Tretra TIavo-aviov rots [Jitv /3ap/3dpots 6taAe- 
yoptvov 7Tpl 7rpo6oo-tas Kal /3a0-tAt ypdtyovros eTrtoroAd's, rots 8e 

Tpa\ta)s Kal a0d8cos TTpoa-(f)popivov Kal TroAAd oY 
Kat oyKOV dvorjrov vf3piovros, vifoXa^dv^v Trpacos rovs 
Kat <tAaz>0p607ra>s efo/ztAoSz; t:\a6cv ov Si' oVAtoz; rf/y 
'EAAaSos fjy[j.ovLav, dAAa Aoyw Kat ^et TrapeAo/ze^os. Trpocre- 
yap ol TrAetoroi rcSz; crv^d^j^v eKeti'a) re Kal 'ApioretSrj r^v 
Kat vTTpo\l/iav rov Havo-aviov pr) <f)povT$. ol 8e Kat 
rovrov? a//,a itpoa-fiyovTo Kat rots e^opots TrejUTro^res $pabi>, cbs 
aboova"r]s TTJS STraprr/s Kat raparro/xeVrjs r?js *EAAa8os, ava.Ka\iv 
rov Tlavaaviav. Aeyerat 8e irapQtvov nva Hvfavriav eTrt^arcSy 
, wo/xa KAeo^tKTjz;, CTT* al(T^yvr) rov Havcraviov fiera7re//,7ro- 
roi/s ju,z^ yoz/ets VTT* di^ayKTys Kal <f)6{3ov TrpoeV^at rr)z; TratSa, 
rrjr 6e raiy Trpo row 8aj/otartou Se^^etaa^ d^eAecr^at ro ^>ws, 8ta 
o-Koroi>s Kal o-ta>7r?J s r^ KA^ Trpoo-iovvav rjbrj TOV TlawavCov 
6ovros, jLt7To-ety Kal dvarpe^at ro Avx^toi; aKovcrav' rbv 8' 
rot) \lf6(j)ov rapax#eVra (maa-dfjicvov ro -7rapaKet/>iero2^ eyxeiptStor, a>s 
rtvos 7r* avrbv tyOpov (3abiovTo$, Trarafat Kal KarafiaXeiv rj]v 
irapOtvoVy K be rfjs TfXrjyrjs diroOavova-av avTrjv OVK. eav TOV Hav- 
<raviav yvv^dfav, dAAa vvKrcop et6"a>Aoz; avra) ^oirSxrav ts roy 
opyj5 Aeyetz; ro'^e ro rjp^ov' 

a-Tl\ biKrjs a(T(rov' /xaAa rot KdKov avbpdaiv vjSpts. 
' <j) Kal /xciAto-ra x a ^ 7r ^ J ereyKoWes ot (rv^a^OL /xera rou 
^7fo\LopKr]a'av avrov. 6 6* eKTreo'a)^ roi) Bv^avrtou Kat r(S 
(f)d<TfjLaTL raparro/mez^oSj ws Aeyerat, Kare^uye Trpos ro 
ts *HpaKAeta^, Kal rr)zj \jfv^riv avaKoXovfjievos rrjs 
Traprjretro r^ opyrjv. ^ 8' ets o\/rt^ eA^oi;o-a raxews e^)r 

KCLK&V avrbv V ^TrdpTrj yvofjivov, aivLTTOiJitvri, <ws eotKe, rr/y 
ovoraz; avra> reAevr?}z;. raCra juez; ow VTTO TroAAwr to-ropr^rat. 
Plut. J.r. 23. See above I. 21. 

10. [Demosth.] 59 m Neaer. 97 : 'Ec/>' ots Qva-riOds Hava-avCas 
6 rG>v AaKfbaifjiovLUtv /3ao-tAeus e7reypa\^e^ eVl roi; rpt7ro5a roi^ i^ 
AeA^ots, oz; ot "EAAr/z^es ot crv^a^dd^voi ri]v rTAaratao-t 

Kal rr)z; ez; SaAa/iuzn vavpaxiav I'ai'/iaxwaz/res Kotz^r} 
apia-reiov ra> 'ATro'AAcoz^t diro roSr ^3ap/3dpa>r, 
l a-rparov w 



238 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. VI. 

0)9 aVTOV TOV epyOU OVTOS KOL TOV CLVaOrHJLCLTOS, dAA* 0V KOIVOV T&V 

(98) opyia-OevTtov 8e T&V 'EAA?]z;a>z; ot TTAaratei? Aay- 
biKT}v rot? AaKtbaifAovtots els TOVS ' A^LKTVovas \i\iu>v 
Ta\dvT<t>v i>TTp T&V (TV^a^V) Kol ^vdyKacrav avrovs KKo\d\lsavTa$ 
TO. eAeyeta (iriypatyai raj -rroAeis ra? KOtroorovo-as roS Ipyov. SioVep 
avrots o^x. "fjKLcrTa TraprjKoXovdeL rj \6pa irapa AaKeSat/xovtcoi' KCU K 
TOV ywovs TOV /3ao-tAetou. 

11. Paus. iii. 17. 8: 'ilj yap brj Sterpt^e 

ra>z^ re aAAco^ KOL CLVT&V AaKcSatjuovtcop, irapOevov 

' Kal avTiKa VVKTOS ap\ofJLvris TTJV KAeovtKr/j;, rouro yap 
77^ r^ Kopry, KOjai^ovo-tr ols 7TreraKro. 6r rovrw 8e VTrvco- 
rov Ilavcrart'az; 7Ti/ytpe^ 6 \l/o(j)o$' lovora yap Trap' avTov TOV 
\v\vov KaTJ3a\v aKovara. are 5e 6 ITav(7ai;iaj (7Ui;et8a)9 
rt rr)^ *EAAd6a xal 8t' awo \6fjivo$ Tapa\fj re del 
i, efeorrj xat rore Kat r^i; TraiSa rw aKivaKrj Tratet. 

12. Athen. xii. 535 ^ : AoOpt? 5' fv rrf 8evr^pa Kat etKocrr^ 
to-roptwi; (J''. 5". (r. ii. 477 /r. 31), " ITauo-ar^a? /xh> ((frrjvlv) 6 
STTaprtarcSy /SacrtAeuj Kara^e/xez^os rov Trdrptoz^ Tpifiwva Tr]V YlepariKr]V 

VfblJTO 



Krater inscribed by Pausanias. 

13. Hdt. iv. 81. 

14. Athen. xii. 536 A: Nvju^t? 5e 6 'HpaxAewr?]? ez; ecro) rwr 
n^ept r^? -TrarptSo? (^ iT. G. iii. I5fr. 15), " riaucrai'tay, (jtrjo-iv, 6 Trept 
HAaratds vi^aas Map8oVto^ 5 rd. rr/s 277aprrjs efeA^ 

ety v7Tfyri(j>avtav fTTibovs Trept Bti^aVru)^ 5tarpt/3a>i>, ror 

KpaTrjpa TOV avaKifjLVov rot? ^eot? rots em roi> o-ro'/xaro? 

ov ert Kat z>iw eT^at o"Vjuty8at^et, eroA^crei' eTTtypd^at, &>? avros 

ro'8e ro eTTtypa/oi/xa, 6ta r^i; Tpvtyyv Kat 
CLVTOV' 

dpera? dve^r/Ke rioo-etSdcow OLVOLK.TI 
Tlavvavias, dp^v 'EAAd8oy evpvyopov, 
TTOVTOV eir* Ev^eti^ou, AaKeSat/xdvtos ye^'oj, vto? 
, dp^ata? 'HpaKAe'o? yei/eas." 



Attempts on the Spartan Constitution. 

15. Arist. P0. viii. (v.) vi. (7.) 2. 1307 a 2: (MdAtora 8e 
vvpfiaiveiv dvayKa'iov tv raty dpto-roKpartats yez^eV^at rds o-rdVets) 



11-22.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 239 

tdv TLS fJieyas ?? KOL bwdpfvos eVt juetfou etz>at, tva fjiovap\fj, ojo-Trep 
Iv AaKebaifJiovi 8oKet Ylavcravias 6 orpar^yrjo-a? Kara TOV Mr)biKov 



16. Ibid. i. (l.) 5. 1301 bl9: *Ev AaKfbai^ovi 0ao-t Ava-avbpov 

L-^iprjcraL KaTaA)o-at Trjv ficKntetav Kat Hava-aviav TOV 
/3a(rtAe'a rr)z> (j)opLav. 

17. /c^. iv. (vii.) xiii. (14.) 13. 1333 b 29 : y Ert 8e ov bia TOVTO 
6et rr)y itoXw fvbaifjiova I-O^JLL^LV KOL TOV vofJioOtTriv tiraivtlv, ort 

ijcrKrjcrev em TO r&v TreAay apyjeiv . . . 8?jAoy ya/a ort KCU rwy 
rco bvvajjievcp roro Tretpareoy StwKety, OTTCOS o^yrfrai TT)J 
tay Tro'Aea)? apyjtiV 6Ve/> eyKaAoSa-tjr ot Ac^Kcoves Flavo-a^ta rw 



Cf. above 1, 6. 

TAe Regency in Sparta* 

18. Thuc. i. 107. 2. 

Diod. xi. 79. 5. See above III. 90. 

19. Diod. xiii. 75 : npoo-er&fy 6^ Kat awcopts Kara TT)I/ avTrjv 
o\vjjL7ndba (93. I = 408 B.C.) /cat Trapa AaKe8at/>toz;t'otj DAetoTCdraf 
6 /3ao-tAevs ereAevrrjo-ez; apfay CTTJ TTfvr^KovTa. 

20. Paus. iii. 5- I IIAetoTapx ? M^ ^ o Aeam'Sou i;ecoo-rt r^y 



6 Tlavaaviov TOV nAaratacrtv 



Monuments relating to Pausanias. 

21. Paus. iii. 14. I : Tov 0earpov be airavTLKpv Havo-aviov TOV 
TTAaratao-t^ ^y?](ra/xeVou jjivfjfJLa eort, ro 6"e Tpov Attovibov Kat Ao'yovs 
Kara eros Kacrror CTT' avrols Aeyoixrt Kat TiOtacrLV ay&va, v w irAr)!; 
SiraprtaTO)!; aAAa> ye OIIK eo-rti; aya>i;t{eo'^at ...*** ro(5 ttavcravLov 
Ketrat [6e] Kat o-TrjATj -Trarpo'flev ra ovo^aTa t\ovcra ol irpos Mrjbovs 
TOV kv epjuo'TTvAat? aycora VTTffJLCLvav. 

22. J6lcZ. 17. 2 : 'EvTdvOa 'A0r)vas lepbv 7re7rotr/rat (ez; TT/ aKpo- 
Tro'Aet), rioAiovx ou icaXovjyt^wjs Kat XaAKtotKou TTJJ avr^s . . . (7) 
Trapa 8e r^j XaAKtotKOV roi' /3a)juoy eorr^Kacrt 8vo eiKoz^e? ITaixrartou 
rot) Trept riAaratai> ^yr^o-a/xe^ou. Ta 5e e? avTov o-Trota eyeVeTo 

ov 6tr]y?}orojoiaf Ta yap rots irpoTpov cruyypac^eWa eTr 
airo^pMVTa rjv' eVeeA0etz; 8e (rtyKTiv apKeo*o/xat a yKovcra avbpos 
BV&VTLOV, navcraviav (j)(^pa6rjvai TC e<^ J oly eySouAeveTO Kat povov 



2 4 o BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 



a/xapretz; a5etaj Kar' aAAo 
ovbev, (frovov be ayoj Kvi\l/a<r0ai /UT) bvvr)0VTa K.r.A. 



/Stows o/ Gongylos. 
23. Xen. Hellen. iii. 1.6: npoa-x^PW a v be avra> (rw 0t/3paw) 
Kat FopyiW Kat FoyyvAos^ d5eA.(|)ol cures, exoures 6 /aeu Tapfipiov 
Kal TlaXaiydfJippiov, 6 8e Mvpii/ai' /cal r/L/wetou* b&pov be Kal aiJrai 
at -TroXetj ?}(rai; ?rapa /3ao-iAeW FoyyvAwj ort 
tyvyev. Cf. u4.7ia&. vii. 8. 8. 



Themist okles. 

s extortions in the Aigaian. 

24. Hdt. viii. in, 112, 121. 

25. Plut. de -ETer. m^. 40 (##&. 87 iC): T<3v rotvw 
T<3z> Kara 0fxt(rroKX^ous avebrjv ffjitfroprjQtLs, V ols 
ir\ovKTovvTa \d6pa T&V aAAooy crrpar^yoSu ov 

raj z/rjo-ov? K.r.A.. 

JcZ. TAem. 21. See below 29. 



The Temple of Artemis Aristobule. 

26. Plut. de Her. mal. 37 (Eth. 869 C) : Tov 
/3ou\eu)maTo?, o (3ov\ev<ras rfj *EAAcJt vavfJLa\rj(raL TT/OO 
ISpuo-aro yao 'Apioro/SovArj? 'Apre/xtSos ez; MeXtrr/, rov fiapfiapov 
KaraTroA 6jUT] ^eVro j. 

/cZ. Them. 22. See below 29. 



is alleged Treason and Fall. 

27. Thuc. i. 135-138. 

28. Diod. xi. 54 : 'E?: 1 apxovros b' 'A^^o-t Upagiepyov . . . 
(2) Aa/ce6atjuo/;ioi 8e op&vres rj]v fJifv ^Trdprrjv 8ia r^ riavo-auioi; 
rov orparrjyoC Trpoboariav raTTtiv&s TtpdrTovo-av, TOVS be 'Adrjvaiovs 

bia TO pribeva Trap 9 avrols TroXirrjv CTTI TTpoboaiq 
, ewnevbov raj 'A^ifras ratj o/xotatj irtpifiaXeiv 8ta- 
. (3) bioirep evboKifJiovvTos nap avrols 0e/xiaTOKAe'ovj Kat 
/ixeyaAr/z; boav \OVTOS CTT* aperr], Karr}y6pr](rav Trpobocriav avrov, 
tyiXov yevevOai TOV Havo-aviov ptyia-TOV, Kal fxera rovrou 

Sovrat r?/z; 'EAAa8a rw Ee'pfry. (4) 8teAe 
Kat rots ex^potj roi; ejutiorroKAeovj^ Trapofwoi/res avrouj 






23-28.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 241 



TJ}V KaTrjyoptav, Kal \pr]^ara I8oo-ai>, SiSdcrKOz/res ort Ylavtravias jutey 
Kplvas 7rpo8t8oVat rovs v EAAryz/a? eSrjAootre rr)z; tStaz; iri(3o\r]v 06/xta-- 
roKAet Kat TTapKa\(T KOLv&vdv TTJ? TrpofleVeo)?, o 8e e/moTOKATJs 
ovre 7rporTe8earo TTJI/ evrtv^iv ovre 8ta/3aAAeti> e/cptre 8etzJ avbpa 
<j)i\ov. (5) ov /UT)J> dAAa KarrjyoprjOfls 6 0jui<Tro/cA7/s rore /uez; 
TT)Z; r^? irpoboarias npifnv. bib Kal TO ptv Trp&rov /iera TTJZJ 
?)z; irapa rot? ' A07]vaiois' fjydTrcav yap avrbv 67rt ro?? 
Sta^epoVrca? ol TroAtraf /xera 6e raura ot /utey (^o/Sr/- 
airoi; rrji> virepo^riv, ol be (f)dovrf(TavTs rfj bo>], T&V /xei; 

Vpy(TL&V T7\CL00VTO, TT)V 8' t(TXW ttUTOl} KCU TO 
O"TTVboV. (55) Trp&TOV PtV VV OLVTQV K TT]? 

TOVTOV rbv ovo^a^o^vov 6(TTpaK.L(T^bv eTrayayoVres aLTw . . . (3) 6 
ju> ow 06/xtoTOKA^s . . . eooT/)aKio-0ei tyvyev K rrjs Ttarpibos 
t? "Apyos. (4) ol 8e AaK8atjuoi'60t irv06fJiVOL Trept ro^rcoi', Kal 
vO{JLi(ravTS irapa rrjs rvyr]s eiArjc^eWi Kaipbv tTuQto-Qai rw 0/xt(r- 
TOKAei, TrciAtz; ets ras 'A^rj^a? e^aTreWeiAay 7rpeV/3etj Kar^yopowre? 
rou 0e/u,t(7TOKAeous art ru> ITavo'a^ta KKoiv(j>vi]K rr\s Trpobocrias, Kal 
belv t(j)a(rav r&v K.QLV&V rfjs 'EAAaSoj aSt/cry/xarco^ eti'at rrjz; Kpicriv 
OVK Ibia irapa rots 'Aflijycuoi?, aAA' CTTI TOU KOII>O (rvi-ebpiov T&V 
, oiTp etcoflei o-vvebptviv [tv rf} STraprr/] fear* tutivov TOV 
(5) o 6e 0ejataroKAry9 opcS^ roi? AaKeSat/xoznou 
roAtf T<U 'A^r]^aia)F Kat TairzLv&crai, TOVS 
aTToAoyrjo-ao-^at Trept TTJS ^Trc^epo/xe^s airta?, 
TrapaboOijcrefrOaL rw KOI^W (rv^e8pto). (6] roCro 8* i]8t raj 
ov 8tKata?, dAAa irpo? yjapiv r t oiov^vov rot? Aa/ceSaijotortoi?, 
TKfj.aip6iJ.vos K re Taii^ aAAo)^ Kat 6^ a)^ eTroi^o'aro Trept r<3i/ 
dpt(rrta)i; . . . (7) 8td rara 8^ (rwe^T/ roi^ e/xto-roKAea rot? 
(Tvvebpois aina-Trjo-ai. Kal yap CK TTJS TTpoyeyerrj/xeVr/y aTroAoyta? ez; 
rats A07]vais VTIO TOV 0e/xto"roKAeou9 d^op/xa? cT^oi' ot AaKe8at- 
IJLOVIOI irpbs TT)V vo~Tpov yVO{JLvr]v KaTriyopiav. (8) 6 yap 
roKATJ? a7roAoyovju,ez>os w/xoAoyet fxcz; rov Havtraviav Trpos 
eirtaroAdj aTrearaAKerat Tra/ja/caAovrra ^Tau^'iv Trjs TrpoSocrtaj, 
Kal rovra) /oieytVra) xprjo-dfjitvos reK/xr/ptu) o-v^tVra^ez;, ort OVK ay 
TrapeKaAet Ilav(raz;tas avTov, et ft?; Trpos rr]/; dftwo-ty di^reAeye. 
(56) 8ta 8e TavTa, Ka0diTp ^poet^Ka/xer, Ztyvytv e^ "Apyovs Trpo? 
oz/ roz; MoAorrwi; ^3ao-tAea* Kara^uywi; 8e irpo? rr)v to-rtav 
eyeVero. 6 8e jSaa-tAei)? ro ja^z; KP&TOV TrpocreSe^aro avroz; 
)? Kat TrapeKaAet 0api>elv Kal ro cruroAoz; CTr^yyeAAero 
avTOV rr/y da^aAetas* (2) eTiet 8e ot AaKc8atjutoVtot roi/j 
E 



242 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 



Tipoy ro 

TOV (firovv avrbv irpos Tijucoptay, aTTOKaAow/Tey TrpoboTrjv Kat 
rfjs 6X179 'EAAaSoy, Trpoy be rovrots fxrj TrapaStSoWoy avrov TroAe- 
fjLrj(Tiv e<pa(rav fxera TroWa)*; Ta>y 'EAA^coz;, TO TrjVLKavO' 6 fiaortXtvs 
(frofirjdzls fJiV ras ctTretAay, eAewy 5e TOZ; iKTr]v nai rr}v CK ri]9 
TrapaSoVeco? alo-^vvrjv hMvtolf, TTL0 rbv e/xtaroKAe'a rr)y ra)(i(TTr]v 
aTTteWt \ddpa T&V AdKebaiiJiovL&v, KOL xpvcrov ir\rjdos eScopTJo-aro 
avrw tyobiov rrjs (frvyrjs. (3) 6 5e e^xtdTOKA^? Tra^ro^ev \avvo- 
fj,vos KOL TO \pvfriov 8efajUi>o? e^uye VVKTOS e/c r/yy row MoAorrair 
(rvnTrpaTTOVTos aiirct) ira^ra ra Trpo? ^>vyj]v rov /3a(riAeW* 
8e 8vo VCCLVLOTKOVS AuyK^oras TO ye^os, efXTroptKats 8e epya- 
pfo/xeVov?, Kat 8ta TOTO TWZ; 68wz; e/X7retpa)9 exoi^Tas, jxeTa 
e^uye. (4) XP^^ 1 ' ^ ^ WKTepwa'is 68oi7ropiatj eXaOe TOVS 

evvoias T KCLL 
066'a? Kari]VTr]<Tv et? TTJ^ 'Ao-tai;* tvravda 8' e')(coy ibio^evov, 

, Trpo? 

(5) 6 8e Aixrt^eiS?]? (Tvy\av 0tAos coz; Hep^ou TOT; 
/3a<rtAea)y Kat KaTa T/)^ biaficKTiv fov Hep^ou TTJ^ bvvajjiLv r>v YltpaGiv 
airao-av eto-TiaKO>?. StOTrep a-vi'rjOfLav {Jitv \b)v Trpoy TO// /3ao-tAea, 
TOZ/ 6e e/xKTTOKAea 8ta TOZ; eAeoz' o~<S(rai /SovAo/xero?, eTrryyyeLAaTO 
aiiTO) Tra^Ta crv^-npa^iv. (6) a^tofz>ro? 8e TOU ejueoroKAe'ovj ayayetz; 
GLVTQV irpbs TOP 3e'pr/y, TO jutei* TrpaJToz^ avTelirev, airof^aivo^vo^ on, 
8ta Tas KaTa T<3z/ ITepo-a)^ aiTw yeye^/xeW? 7rpaeu, 
a 8e tavra ^aOtov TO o~vfJL(f) pov VTTTJKOVCTC, Kal TrapaSo^co? Kal 
a<n/>aAa)9 ai/Toy SieVooo-ez; ets TT/U ITepfrtSa. (7) e^ouj yap oVroy 
Trapa TOIJ ripo"at5 Toy $yoira TraAAaK^ Tax /3a(rtAet 

KKpvfJLp.vrfs } Kal T&v cLiravTtoVTtov 

KOT' ox/riz; aTra^rryo'at TT/ dyojute^r/, a^op/irj TavTrj 
XprjcracrOai Trpo? TT)I> e7rt/3oA^ TOV Auat^etSTyy. (8) 
yap T^ aTrrjvrjv TroA^TeAeVt 7rapa7rTao-/za<ri KKoariJL7]fJivr]v, ets 
vd6r)K TOV 0e/ouoTOKAe'a, Kat /x^Ta Trao-rj? ao-(/>aAei'a9 

TW /3ao-tAt, Kat -Tre^vAay/uteVcos ojutATJo-a? eAaj3e -Trap' 
fj.r]0v abLK^aeiv TOU avbpa. eto~ayaya)^ 5e CLVTOV Trpoy 
/3ao-iAea, KCLKZLVOV OOVTOS TO> 0juuo-TOKAt Ao'yoy Kat 
r}biKr)o-v, ai7\vdr] TTJS Tt/ucoptay. (57) So'fay 

ety //et^bz^ay KtySwovy VTT(T 8ta 
atTtay. Maz^di^ Aapetou /uey ?Jy BvyaTrjp TOV 
TOVS /xayouy, a8eA0^ 8e -yvricria TOV Hepfou, 
?rapa Toty He'po-aty. (2) OUT?] 



28.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 243 



K0.6' OV KCLlpOV 0e/UltOTOKA?7S TTpl ^aXa^UVa KaTVaVfJLd\ri(T TOV 

(TToXov T&V riepcrcoz;, )(aXe7ro>9 e<^>epe Tr]v avaiptviv T&V reWa>z>, KOL 
8ia ro ju,e'ye#os rfjs (rv[jL(f)opas ^Aeetro trapa rots TrAij^eom (3) aim; 
rrjzj irapovo-iav TOV ejuto-roKAe'ovs, r\X6ev ets ra /3ao-tAeta 
fffOrjra Aa/3oo-a, Kat juera baKpvav tKcreve roz^ abeXtybv 

TTL0lVaL TlfJLCOplCLV TO) 06jU,t(7TOKAt. O>? 5' OV TTpO(TL)^V CLVT7J, TTplTJl. 

TOVS apia-TOVs T&V Tlp(r&v OL^iovcra. Kat KdOoXov TO. TrXi^drj irapov- 
vovcra Trpos r^z; TOV ejuitoroKAeot;? Ti^piav. (4) TOV & o%\ov 
vTos 7rt TO, ^SacrtActa Kat /utera Kpavyijs 
TOV e/oufrroKAe'a, 6 ^ez; paaiXtvs aiTCKpLvaTo 

lV K T&V apl(TT(i)V Tlp(TU)V, KOL TO Kpl0V TV^(r6aL (TVV- 

reAetas' (5) TTCLVTCOV 8e (rvvtvboKri&avTtov, Kat So^e^ro? tKa^oO 
et? r^ 7rapa(TKvr)v rr?? KptVeco?, 6 /xez; ejutrrroKA^j fj.aO<i)v 
Ylepo-'ioa bid\KTOv, KOL Tamrj ^prja-dfjicvos Kara r^i; 
-/K\r]fjidTMv. (6) 6 8e /Sao'tAei's 7repix a P^ 
67rt rr/ <r60r?)pta Tavbpbs jueyaAat? aiiror 8a)peat? ert/z^cre" yvvaiKGL yap 
irpbs ydfj.ov KOiv&viav e&v^e Ylepa-iba, evyereta re Kat Kd*AAet 
ert 8e Kar' apTj]v tTraivov[JLvr]v, OIMT&V re 7r\rjOos 
Tr/009 biaKoviav Kat iravTobair&v eKTrcojuarco^ Kat rrjz^ aXXrjv \oprjyiav 
upas a.TToXava'iv Kat Tpv(f>r]v apfjio^ovcrav. (7) e8a)p?](raro 8' aiirai Kat 
Tro'Aei? rpet? Trpo? biaTpocfrriv KOL a-noXavcriv tv0tTovs, Mayvrjcriav jutez; 
rrjz; em ra MataySpw, TrAeto-roy raw Kara rrji; 'Acrtav TroAecov t^ovcrav 
(TLTOV, et? apTovs, Mfowra Se eis o\lsov, e^ovcrav OdXaTTav tviyjdvv, 
Ad^aKOv 14, afjL7TXo(f)VTov exoro-ay \topav TroX\r\v } ets olvov. 
(58) 0ejuioroKA?js //ey ovy aTroAv^et? roi; Trap* "EAArjo-t (frofiov, Kat 
7rapa8oa)9 ^TTO /xez^ rwv ra jueyto'ra ei/epyerTjtfeWcoz; (jbvyadeu^etj, VTTO 
8e r<3r ra 8eti>orara TtaOovTtov e^epyerr^^et?, ez; rairrats rat? TroAeat 
Kare^Qtaxa-e TT^rwr {raiy} -Trpos a7roAa?;o-t^ ayaO&v tviropoviJievos, Kat 
reAeurrjo-a? ej; r^ May^crta ra$r;? TV%V d&oXoyov Kat {JLvrjfJifiov 
TOV ert zrOy ftiaiiivovTos. (2) eytot 8e rwy (rvyypatytwv (f>acrl TOV 
Hprjv Tn0vfJi^(ravTa itdXiv o-TpaTViv e-TTt r^ 'EAAa8a 
TOV 0ejuucrroKAea aTpaTrjye'tv irl TOV TroAejUOf, roy 8e 
Trept TOVT&V Tito-ret? Xafteiv ZvopKOVS fxr) (rrparewetz; eVi roi;? 
arev 06/zto-roKAe'ovs. (3) a-^aytao-^eVro? 8e Tavpov Kat 
opKUtv yevojjizvtov, TOV 0e//,tcrroKAea K^AiKa roi; at/i/.aros 
K7Tiiv Kat TTapaxp^ci reAevr^o-at. Kat roi; /xer H 
eTrt/BoAryy rai^rr;?, roz; 6e 0e/utto-roKAe'a o"ta rrjs 
a7roAoytaz; aTroAiTretz/ KaAAtVrrjy ort KaAa>? eTroAtrev^r; ra 
roi;? f/ EAA7]^aj. (4) ?7/xets 8^ Trapea'/xei' em r?//; reAewrjf 
B 2 



244 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 



avbpbs juteytoTov T&V 'EAA?jz>a)z>, Trept ov -TroAAot 
7ro'repoz> OVTOS d8iKrio-as ri]V iraTpiba KOL roi/s aAAovs '' 
<-(j>vyv eis Ilepo-as, ?) TovvavTiov TJ re Tro'Ats Kat Trebles ot "EAArjyes 
evepyer?j0eWes joteyaAtt r??s ftey x&P LTOS C7T\d6ovTO, TOV 8' tvcpylrqv 
tfyayov [CLVT&V] d8tKa>s i? Toi/? ecr^arovy Ki^SJi'ous'. (5) *t Se rts 

tj $06vov Tr\v re <J>IHTIV Tavbpbs Kal raj Tiyxifeiy eferafot /aer* 
iay, evpTjcrei Traz^rcoi' c5^ /x^ryjuoyevojue^ ajm0orc'pot9 rots ei/)?]- 
-Tre-TrpcorefKora. 6to Kal ^au/xao-etei; ai; rty etKorco?, et 
(7^)aj avrov? a^8pos roiovrov r^ (frvcnv riOeh.rjcrav. (59) 
erepoj, r^y ^-naprr]<s T:\tov ta-^vowr/j xal rou z;avrtKOU rrjz; fj 
\OVTOS Eivpvfiidbov TOV STraprtarov, rats t8tats upa^to'iv a<^etAero 
r?js 2?rapr^s Tamr]v rrjv boav ; riva 6' aAAoz; to-roprJKajue^ /utta 
ironf/cravTa 6terey/c^ avrov JJLZV T&V fjyejJLOvtov, ri}v 5e TroAii/ 

*EAAr;i't8a)i' 7raA<P, rovs 6' "EAArjms r<S^ fiapfidpuv ; eVt rtVos 
8e crrparr^yowros eAarroi;as a^op/xas 17 /aet^oz/as Kty^wovs o-vveprj 
ycvecrOai ; (2) rts 8e upos a7rao*ar r^r eK r?Js 'Atrtas bvvafjiLV ava- 
(rrara) rrj TroAet Trapara^ets ez^ur/o-e ; rts 6e rots epyots ez; 
r?)z; TrarptSa Svyar^v KarecrKevacre rotovrots ; rts 5e TroAe/xou 
rov KaTaa-^ovTOS amT]v 8teVa)o-e, /uta 8' e-TTizWa r t ^ -rrept rou fevy/xaros 
ye^o/xe^ry r^ Tre^i' rw^ TroAe/xtcoz; bvi^afjav e^ j]^L(TOV<s /xepous era- 
ircfo(O(rV 3 &CFT e^x t V 60ro/; yeveorOai rots "EAArjfrt ; (3) dto'^rep orar 
ro /ixeye^os r<3z^ epycor avro dcc^prjcra^iJLfv, /cat o^KOTrowres ra Kara 
/xepos e^pcojuer CKCIVOV fj.v VTTO rr)s Tro'Aecos ^n^ao-jaeVo^ r^z; 8e iio 
8ta ras eKetrov -rrpd^ets eTratpo/xeV^r, etKorcos r^ 8oKoi)(raz/ elz^ai 
airacr&v TroAecoy croc^cordrr]^ Kat eTTteiKeo-rdrrjz; x a ^ e7ra)T( * rr ? i; 



29. Plut. Them. 21 : *Hz/ 8e xat rots o-Djujudxots Vax^r)s Trept- 
re ras urjo-ovs Kat xP 7 ?/ jtari CV ei ' 0? a7r ' avrM^ ola Kat Trpos 
frpyvpiov aiTOvvTo. ^J]CTLV avrbv 'Hpo'Soros etTretz; re Kal 
8vo yap ^Ketz^ e^ry ^eois Ko/u([a)z>, ITet^a> Kat Btar* ot 
8* <-<f)a.(rav etrai Kat Trap* avrots ^eovs jueydAous 8uo, rTertaz^ Kat 
'A-rroptW, i;^)' <5z^ Kd)\V(r6aL bovvai xp^ara eKetVa). Tt//OKpea>r 8' 6 
'Po'8tos /uteAoTTOtos ev ao-/xart KaflaTrrerai TTLKporepov TOV e/xto-ro- 
xAeovs, cos aAAovs juei> 7rt y^p-r^acTi <vya8as 8ta7rpafa/ieVou KareA^etz/, 
avroz; 8e fe'z>oz> oz^ra Kat <j)i\ov Trpoe/xeVov 8t' apyvpiov. Aeyet 8' 



'AAA' et rvye Uavaavfav rj KCU Tvyc zavOntTiov atrets 
^ rvye Aevruxt8ar, eya> 8' 'Apto-ret6az; c 
az^Sp* tepaz; aTr 



29.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 245 



eXdelv eva XUKTTOV eirel 0juuoTOKA?7' fyOapc Aarw, 

\frevo-Tav, abiKOv, TrpoSoVau, 6? TifjiOKpeovTa elvov eovr 

dpyvpioLS <TKU/3aAtKTourt ireurOels ov Karayev 

(Is irdrpav ^IdXvcrov, 

Xaptov be TpC dpyvpiov raXavT e(3a TrXeaw els oXedpov } 

TOVS [jiev Kardyaiv dStKcoj, TOVS 8' K8ia>Ka)u, roi/y 8e 

yeXotcoy \l/v\pa 



ol 6' ijcrOiov 

K.al avaTTiTTafJLvrj fj,a\\ov et? 

/xera r^z; tfruyqv avrov Kal TTJV KarabiKrjv 6 
TilJLOKp(av aa-jJia 7roL^(ras } ov ZCTTIV apyji' 

Movcra rovbc TOV /ze'Xeo? 
dr' "EAXai^a? rt^et, 



Aeyerat 5' 6 TifjiOKpzow CTT! /xr]8ifr^xw (j>vy?v 

roi) 0e//i(rroKAeov9. a>? oSz; 6 e/iuoTOKA?}? alriav 

raur* TToir)(Tv i? avrov 

OVK apa TijjLOKptcav JJLOVVOS M/)8otcrti; o 
dAA.' errt KaAAot 8r) Trovrjpoi' 
OVK y&> /moVa KoXovpis' 
KOL aAAcu dAo>7reKes. 

wr 8td ro (Oovelv ?8ea)? rd? 



rw 8r}/x(j) fjLvrjfjiovevw Kal irpos TOVS bvar^paivovras "Tt' Ko:rtare' J 
"VTTO raiv avrS>v TroAAdxt? eu Trdo-xo^res ; " -qviaa-c b TOVS 
TroAAovs Kat ro Tr/9 'Apre/xtSoj Upoz; etnrd/ue^o?, ^i; 'Apio-ro/SovA^y 
juiez^ irpoa'rjyopevo'ev, a)j apiaTa TT : TroAet Kat rot? r/ EAArja't /3ouAei><rd- 
juie^o?, TrXrjcriov be TTJS otKta? Kareo-Kevao-6^ ei/ MeAtVr; ro tcpoV, ou 
vi)i; ra (r&jjuara ra>z> 6avaTovfj.evwv ol 8^/xtot irpopciXXovcn Kal rd 
l/xdrta Kat roi)? ^po^ovs TU>V cunayyjo[i.evu)V Kat KaOaipedevTwv CK- 
fyipovariv. eKetro 8e Kat TOV e/xtoroKAeoi;? ZLKOVLOV ev ra> z>aw r^j 
'ApidTopovXrjs en Ka^' ^/xay Kat (fraiverat TLS ov TJ]V *fyvyj\v JJLOVOV, 
dAAa Kat Tr)i> m/^iz; fjpto'iKos yevofJLevos. TOV (J.v ovv 

Kar' atroi; KoAovoi^res ro dftco/xa Kat rrjy virepo^v, 
7rt Trdzmoz^ ovs UOVTO rrj bwdpei fiapels Kal irpos 

erpovs et^at. Ko'Aacrts yap OVK rjv 6 e 
dAAa TrapafjivOia (f)66vov Kal KOU^IO'/ULOS fjbojjievov r<5 raTreiyow roi;? 
Kal ri]v bvo-fjLevelav els TavTrjv Tr]V dri/xtaz; 



246 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch.vi. 

23. 'EKTrecroVros 8e rr/s -TroAecos avroi) Kat biarpifiovTos v v Apyet 
rd Trept Ylavvaviav av^TTeorovTa Kar' KLVOV TrapeV^e rots e)(0pots 
d$op/xas. 6 8e ypax/raju,ez>os avroy 7rpo8o<rtas Aeto/Scorrjs 77^ 6 
'AAKjuatWos 'AypavXrjOev, ajua o-we7ratria)jueVa)z> rcoiJ 27raprtara>z>. 
6 yap riawaznas 7rpdrra>2; eKtlva STJ TO. Tiepl rrp irpobocriav irporepov 



r^s TroXtreta? feat (frepovra ^aXeTrcSs t6ap(rr](Tv TU 
v T&V 7Tpa.TTO}jiV(0v TtapaKaXtlv, ra ypcJj^/xara row /Saort 

TTL$IKVVIJLV05 CLVTto KOL TTCLpO^VVtoV CTTt rOl/J "EAArj^ttS 

Kal a^apt'crrou?. 6 5e rr)z; /otcir btria-iv a7rer/ot\^aro roi) 
Kal r?/y KOLVtoviav oAcoj aTret-Traro, Trpos ovd&a 6e rovs Xc^yovs e^?j- 
veyKtv ovbe KarejU7]Wcre r^v 7Tpai,v, etre Travcrecr^at / 7T/oo(rSoKG>^ 
avrov, etr' aAAcoj Kara(j)avrj yvr\a-ecrQai vvv ovbevl Aoyto-juw irpay- 
aTowv KOL TtapafloXtov op^yo^vov. oi/rco 87) rou Hat;crazHOt; 
eirto-roAa^ rti'ej avvp0i(rai Kat ypajut/xara Trept TOVTWV 
et? tTTO^fiav evefiaXov TOV ejutto-roKAea' Kat Kare/3oW 
AaKeat/u,onot, Karr^yopovv 5' ot (j)0ovovvTS T>V TroAtrai^ o 
dAAa 8ta ypa/^/xarwz; airoXoyov^vov /uciAio-ra rats Trporepats Karrj- 
yoptats. Sta^SaAAo/xei'os yap VTTO rai^ \dpo)V Trpos rous TroAiras 
eypa^er, ws ap\iv fj.v ad (jqr&v, ap^aOai 8e fx^ Trec^vKcbs jur/8e 
/3ouAo/xez;os, OUK ai; Trore /3ap/3apots Kal TroAejuois avrbv a7ro8oV^at 
a r??s 'EAAaSos. ov /X7)i> aAAa a-v/XTreto-^ets VTTO r<Si/ Karrjyopovv- 
6 8/7/xos TTfjL\f^v a^Spas, ots etprjro (rvXXa^fiavtiv Kat ayetz; 

KpLOY]a-6{jivov kv rots ''EAAr^dtz/. 

24. rTpoato-0o'/xez>os 5' eKetz;os ets KtpKVpav bLfirtpao-ev, ovarjs 
w Trpos rrji' TroAiz; evepyeo"tas. yei'o/xe^os yap avr&v Kptrr^s Trpos 
vTtov bia<f>opdv, efAvcre r^ eyQpav etKO(rt raAai/ra 
KpiWs rovs Kopt^^tovs KaTa^a\lv Kat AeuKada Koti^rj vt^iv a/x^)ore- 
pcoi' aTrotKozj. K^Wv 8' ets v H7retpo^ e$uye* Kat StcoKo'/xe^os VTTO 
raiz; 'AOrivaiav Kat rwi; AaKe8atjLto^/coy ppL\jfv amov ets eA7rt'8as 
XaAevras Kat aTro'povs Kara(j)vy(t)v Trpbs "Ab^rov, 6s /3acrtAei;s /txev 
^ MoAorra)^, 8er]^ets 8e rt r<Sz; 'AOrivaiwv Kal TrpOTr^AaKio-flets WTTO 
rou e/xto-roKAe'ofs, or' ^Kf/afer e^ rij TroAtreta, 8t* dpy?js etx^ 
del Kal 8r)Aos ^, et Aa^Sot, rt/otcop^cro/i/eros. ez; 8e r^ rore 
/zaAAoz; 6 0e/xtorroKAr)s ^)o^3rj0ets o-vyyer^ KOI TTpoa-tyarov (f>66vov 
opy^s TraAatas Kal /Sao-tAtKrjs, ravr>] (frtpav VTTtOrjKtv eauroV, UeVr^s 
rou 'AS/xrjrot; Karao-rds t8ioV rti^a Kat Trap^AAayjixeVoi; rpoirov. \(tiv 
yap aitrov TOI> vlbv ovra TratSa Trpos r^z; ecrrtW 7rpo0-e'7re<re, TavTfjv 
Kal [JLovrjv (r\tbbv avavTipp-Y\Tov rjyov^i'o^v Ueo-tar raiv 



29.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 247 



eznot ju,ez> ovv Qdiav Ti]v yvvalKa TOV /BacrtAecos Ae'you- 
(rtz> VTToOeaOai ra> 0e/uoroKAet TO tKeYev/xa roirro Kat roz> vt6i> em 
TT?Z; kcrriav KaOicrai /^ter' avroir rtz>es 8' avrov TOV "AbpriTOv, a>s d$o- 
o"ico(rairo Trpos rovs StcoKo^ras TJ\V dvdyKi]v, 8t' rjv OVK eK8t8co(rt 
TOV avbpa, biaOtlvai Kal <rvvTpay<t>bfj(rai TJ\V LKtviav. exet 8' avrw 
Tqv yvvaiKa Kal TOVS iralbas eKKAev^aj eK rw^ y A6r]v(av 'EiriKpd- 
TTJS 6 'A^apvevs aTreVretAei'' ov CTT/. rourw Ktjottoi' v&Ttpov Kpivas 
taropet 
TI TOV 

<j)rj(TLv et? 2ueAiaj> Kat Trap' ^lepavos aiTiv TOV Tvpdvvov TJ\V 6v- 
Trpds ydfjiov, VTkicr^yov^vov aira) roi;s "EAA^^as virrjKoovs 
' cnro(rTp\lfafJLtvov b TOV 'lepcoros, ovrcos et? r^z/ 'Aviav 
cnrapai. 

2,5. TavTa 8' OVK CIKO'S eorij; ovrco ye^ecr^at. eo'^paoros yap 
er rots ITepl /SacrtAetas toropet roz; fjutaroKAea Tre/xx^az^ro? ets 
*Iepa)z/o9 tTTTrovs aycoz/tfrras Kal VK.r\vf\v Tiva Kareo-Keva- 
TroAvreAws o-rTJo-az/ro?, etTretz^ ez; rots "EAArjcrt Ao r yoz/ } a>s XP^ 
r^z/ orK7]vr]v biapiTCKrai TOV Tvpdvvov Kal KcoACo-at rois tVTrous dytoz^t- 
o-acrOaL. 0ovKv8t8^s 8e </)?7(rt Kat TrAeuo-at atroz; em r^z; erepaf 
Kara/3az/ra OdXaa-aav OLTTO rTvSrrys, ovbevbs tlboros oVris tr] raiz; 
^ ^rz^evjuart r?)s 6AKa6os 6ts Naoz> Kara^epojuteVr/s 
'AOrjvaiwv TroAtopKovfxe^z; roVe (f>o(3r)6els dvabti^eLtv tavTov rw 
r vavK\r)p<i> Kat rai KVJBfpv^Tr], Kal ra /uez; deo/xei'os, ra 8' a 
Kat Aeycoz;, ort KarryyoprJ(rot Kat Karax/^eva-otro Trpos rovs ' 
a>s OVK ayz^ooOz^res, aAAa \pr^jLaa-L Treta-^eVres ef dpxrjs, dva\d(3oLv 
avTOv, ovrcos drayKao'eie TrapaTrAevcrat Kat Aa/3eV0at r^s 'Aortas. r<3z^ 
8e xprj/xcircozJ avrai TroAAa /xez; VTTKK\aTTVTa bia T&V tf)i\(*>v ets 'Acriav 
errAef rcoz; 8e (fravep&v yevoptvav Kat (rvvayJdevTtov ets ro 



ro 7rAr}0os, ov8e rptwi' afta raAayrcoz; KeKr^/xeVov rov 06/at- 

pti' a7rre(T^at r?)s TroAtretas. 
26. 'Eiret 8e KareTrAeuo-ez; ets Kv^v Kal TroAAovs ijcr0TO T&V 
eTTt ^aAarr?7 Trapa^vAarrovras avTov \afielv, /otaAtcrra 8e roi>s Trept 
'EpyoreArj Kat riv^oScopoy (77^ yap 17 ^rjpa Ava-treA^s rots ro Kep8at- 



VTTO rov )3ao-tAea)s), l^vyez; ets Atyds, AtoAtKor TroAtcr/ixartoz;, VTTO 
TtdvTtoV dyvoovfjitvos irXr]v TOV tvov NtKoyeVovs, os AloXeatv TT\L(TTYJV 
ova-iav KKTrjTO Kal Tols avto bvvaTols yvtopifJios viirjp\. irapa 
rovrw KpVTTTop.vos ^/ute'pas oAtyas 8i,eVpt\/rez;' etra jutera ro 



248 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 

CK 0va[as TLVOS v OA/3tos 6 T&V TCKVWV TOV NtKoyeVouy TratSaycoyoy 

ol 0eo(o'p??Toy au(j>ti>vr]cr jote'rpfa) ravrt 
l (j)(t)vr)v, WKrl fiovXrfv, VVKTI ri]v viKrjv bibov. 
KO! juerd ravra Kot/xrjflety 6 0e//t(rroKA??y ovap I8oey ibtlv bpaKOVTa 
Kara TTJS yacrrpdy atiroi; -TrepteAirro'/xezJO^ Kal TrponavepirovTa r<3 
rpax^Aa)' ytvonevov 5' deror, a>s rj\f/a.TO TOV TrponrcoTrou, TTpi(3aXovTa 
ras iTTfpvyas edpai KCLL KOjutfei^ iroXkyv 68oV, tra 

) 7rl rovrou crr^(Tat /36^3ata) 

Kat Tapa\fjs a-naXXaytvTa. TrejutTrerat 5' ow T^TTO row NIKO- 
?7)(ai>T7(ra/jiZ'ov rt roiouroz/. rot; fBappapiKov yevovs T& iro\v 
Kal jadXiora TO nepo-tKov ts (j]XoTvniav TT\V irtpl rd? yvz^atKas 
aypiov <pv(TL KOL xaAeTroV eorti'. ov yap JJLOVOV rd? ya/xerds, dAAa 
Kat ray dpyuptoyrjroi;? Kat TraAAaKevo/xei/aj to-^upw? TrapatyvXdrTova-iv, 
cos ^TTO ju?]8e^os opavOai T&V ZKTOS, dAA' otKot juei' 8tatra<r0at KaraKe- 
K\io-}j.vas, v be rats odotTroptat? ^776 a-Krivas KVK\W TreptTre^payjueW? 
em rcoi^ dpju,a/xa^<S^ d)(eto-0at. roiavrrjy ra> 0ejut(rroKAet Kara- 
airrivris Karabvs eKOjutt^ero, rdiz^ Trept avrbv act rot? 
Kat TtwOavontvois AeyoWcoi;, ort ywator ' 
ay over LV aTr' 'Iwi'tas Trpdy rtz;a ra>^ eTTt Ovpais /SaatAecos. 
27. ouKvSi'Srj? /xez/ ow Kat Xdpto^ 6 Aa/on/raKTjz/oy 
Hep^ou Trpo? ro^ vtoi' aiirou ra> 0e/uuaTOKAet 
' v </)opos e Kat Aetvaw Kal KAetrap^o? Kat ' 
rt 6' dAAot irAeto^ey, Trpo? avrov a<piKirOai TOV Hcp^z;. roTy 8e 
8oKtt /laAAoz; 6 QovKvbibrjs a-v^^pea-Oai, KatVep o8' avroty 
o-vvTaTTO^vois. 6 8' ow 06/xto-roKA^y yzvojjievos Trap* avTo 
TO beivbv vrvy)(avi up&Tov 'Apra/3di>(j) rw x^^^PX^ ^yo)i;, f/ EAAr7i; 
jxez; etz^at, povXtvQai 8* evTvyjtlv /SacrtAet -Trept /ixeytVrcoz/ Trpay/utdrtov 
Kat TTpoy a ruyxdret /xdAtcrra o-TrouSdfo)^ Ketz;oy. 6 8e (j)r)(nv' 
" '1 fere, ^o'/^,ot biatyfpovo-LV avOptoTraiv' dAAa 8' dAAoty KaAd* KaXbv 
8e Trao-t rd otKeta Kocr/xetz; Kat o-wfeiz/. yjuay //ez^ oSz/ 
Kal i(rdrr]ra Ao'yoy ^)at^ 8e TroAAwz; 
OVTMV KaAAttrroy ovrdy eoTt, rtjuaz; /3a(rtAea, Kat 
a>y etKo^a ^eoi; roi; rd Trd^ra (ra>{b^roy. t /xez^ oSi/ (Traiv&v rd 
?J/xerepa 7rpoo-Ki;^o-iy, ecrrt 0*01 Kal 6ta(ra(rOaL )8ao-iAea Kat TT/Joo-eiTretir 
t 8' dAAo rt </>pouety, dyyeAoty erepoty xp?7a-?7 ^rpdy auroV /3aa-tAet 
yap ov TTCLTpiov avbpos aKpoacrQai fj.r) TTpoo~KVvii(ravTos." rai)ra 6 
e/xtaroKA^y aKOva-ay Aeyet Trpoy avroV " 'AAA' eycoye rr)z; /Sao-tAt'cos, 
a) 'Aprd^az^e, (f)rnj.r]v Kal bvva^iv av^rjo-utv dc^ty^at, Kat aiirdy re 
roty v/xerepoty i/o'/xoty, eTret ^ew r<5 /xeyaA^orrt Ile'po-ay 






20.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 249 

ovrct) 8oKet, KCU bi [* ir\ciovS row vvv /3ao-tAe'a IT poo- Kvvr) (rover w. 
wore roro fJir)bV efZ7ro8a>ZJ eorw rot9 Ao'yoty, 0^9 povXopai irpbs 
Ktlvov ei7reti>." " TtW 8'" enrez; 6 'Aprd/3az>o9 " 'EAATJz^ooz; acfrfyOai 
ore (f)&fJLi> ; ov yap tStwr?? rrjzj yv&\M]v eotKaj." KOI 6 e/ou<rroKA?J9' 
" ToOr* ovKtr av " 10?] " vvOoiTo rt9, 'Apra/Sare, TrpoVepos /3a0lX/ttf." 
OI/TCO juey 6 4>ai;tas (f)r](r{v. 6 5' 'E^aroo-^eVr]? ez; TO!? He/H 
TTpocricrToprjcre, 8ia ywat/cd? 'EperpiK^y, ^f 6 

&fJLLCTTOK\l TT]V 7TpO9 OVTQV VTviV ytVtvQai KOL 

28. 'Ewei 5* ou^ flcr^Orj Trpo? ^Sao-tAe'a Kat 
(TLMTTJ, Trpo arafarros rw ep/xrjret rou jQao-iAeoos pa)r^(rat, rt? eari, 
Kat rou lp/x?]^ea)? epcorTJo-ayro?, etTrez^* ' <w H/<a> o-ot, /Sao-tAeu, 0jut- 
oroKA?79 6 'AOrjvalos eya> <pwyas vcf^ 'EAATp'ooz; 8ia))(0et9, w TroAAa 
/mei; o^etAowt neporai KaKa, TrAetco 6 aya#a KoiXvaavrL ri]V 8t 
ore TTJS 'EAAaSo? ez^ aa-^aAet yevoptvir}* TrapeV^e ra otKot 
\api(ra(r6a.L rt Kat V^JLLV. ejuot )a6z^ oiw Traz^ra TrptirovTa ra?9 irapov- 
VfjL(f)opais (rrt, Kat Trapeo-Keuao-juez^o? a^tyjuat bea(T0at re yjzpiv 
? StaAAarrojueVou Kat TrapatretfT^at nvrjcriKCLKOvvTos opyr\V crv 



a7ro)(pi](Tat rats e^tat? r^xais TTpo? ^ir^detfii' aper?js ^a\\ov TJ Trpo? 
TJs. (rcoa-ets juez^ yap Ucrrji; (roV, aTioAets 5' *EAA7J^coz^ 
ytvofjievov" ravr fLTTuv 6 e/iio-TOKA?)? eTre^etacre rw 
Ao'yw TrpocrbitXOtov ri]v o\l/iv, rjv etSer ez; Nticoyevovs, Kat ro /xaz^re^a 
rou Acodcovatoi; At09. o>s KeAeuo-0et9 7rpo9 rov o^vv^ov TOV Otov 
/3atfetz> (TVfjL(f)po^a-L 7rpo9 e/cetz/oz; draTrejUTreo-^af /xeyaAov9 yap 
tlvai re Kat Aeye<r0at ^8acrtAe / a9. aK07;(Ta9 8' 6 ne'po-^9, 
juter 0^8^ aTreKptVaro, KatVep OavfjLao-as TO (^poV?7joia Kat rrjz; 
airoi)* //aKapt(ra9 8e 7TP09 roi;9 (f)i\ovs kavrov, a> 

ez>09 del rot9 TroAejuitotj rotai^ras 
roz; 'Apijutdi'io^, 077(09 eAawaxrt roi9 OLpLdrovs e^ eaurwi', QvaaL re 
rot9 ^eot9 Aeyerat Kat 7rpo9 TTOCTIV tvOvs TpaTrtcrdaL Kat vvnT(t>p 
Xapa9 Sid jueVcov rooz^ virvav j3o?]flrat rpt's " "E^to e/^io-roKAe'a 



29. "A/ota 8' fj^epq (rvyKaXto-as TOVS ^>tAov9 
Ta \pj](TTQv t &v ecupa rov? eirt ^upat9, 
7rapoVro9 a^roi;, xaAeira)!* 8taKet)aeVou9 Kat KOKOK Aeyoz^ra9. ert 8e 
Pa)azJ?7S' 6 ^L\iap\os, a>9 Kar' avroi' rjv 6 0e/ott(rroKA^9 
Ka6rj]j.vov /3acrtAea)s Kat raiz^ aAAcoz^ (rtcoTrco^rcov, drpe'jua 
elTrez; {;V O^)is r/ EAA?jy 6 7rotKtAo9, 6 /3ao-tAe'a)9 <re Satjmwz^ 8ei;po 
r/yayey." ov /UT)Z> dAA' ets ovi/tj; eA^oVros ai>ro Kat Trd 



250 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. VI. 

aavTos, d(J7rao-a/xez>os KOI 7rpoo-et7r&>z> <tAo<poVa>s 6 /3a0-tAevs, t'jbr] 
ai>To> SiaKoVta raXavra ityftXtW KO/xtVaz/ra yap auToz> 
TO 7nitr]pv\0V TU> dyayoWt* TroAAto 8e TrAeuo 
TOVTCOZ; ^Trtor^^etro Kat irapeOdppvve KOI Aeyetz> eSt'Sou Trept T<3z> 
EAAr^tKtoz;, a fiovXoiTO, 7rappr]crtao/xez'oz>. 6 6e 
Kpivaro, TOV Ao'yoz> eoiKez/at TO avOptoirov rot? TroiKtAots 
a>? yap Klva Kal TOVTOI> kur^ivo^vov JJLCV tiribclKW(T0at ra 
(rvaT\\6iJivov 8e KpviTTtiv KOL bia(f)6eipiv' oOev avrw \povov btlv. 
rou ^3ao-tAea>s rr; euadta Kat XafJipdveiv 
rryo-a/ute^os Kat r^ Ilepcrt'6"a yA.a>r 
/3ao-iAet 8t' awou, rots juiez; exros 8o' 



Trept r^ avXr}v xat roi;y (j)ikov$ VTTO TOV /3a(rtAeajs e^ 
TW Katpw, <j)66vov e(T)(e Trapa rots gurarotj, a>s Kat Kar' eKttvcav -Trap- 
pr](TLa ^pria-aaOai -Trpoj a-uroy aTToreroA/mr^Kcos. o8^ yap ?Jo-az; at 
rtjotat rats rwz; aAAcoz/ eotKUtat ^eVfor, aAAa Kat Ku^ryyecrtcoz; /3a(rtAet 
//rea-)(e Kat row otKOt 8tarpt/3(Sr, (Sore Kat /utryrpt r?/ /Sao-tAecos ets 
o\/aj> \6lv Kat ytvtcrOai (rvvi]6r]S) SiaKowat 8e Kat rw 
\6yav rov ^ao-tA^cas KeAeua-az/roy. eTret 8e Aryjutaparos 6 
rr;s CLLTrjcraa'Oai Scopeaz/ KeAevcr^etj r^rr/oraro rrji' KiTapiv, axiTrep ot 
j firapd^vos et(reAdVai 5ta 2ap5ea)r, Mt^poTrawrry? jutey 
a>v /Sao-iAeco? etTre roi; A^/xaparou rrjj rtcipa? a\l/dfjLvo$' 
fjiV f) Ktrapt? OVK 6)(et eyKe^aAoi', 6z^ eTrtKaAvx^ef (TV 5' OVK 
ecrr; Zeus a^ Aa/Srjs Kpavvov' " a7ra)(ra/xei'oi; ^e rov Ar])utaparo^ opy// 
8ta TO aiTrjfjLa TOV ^3ao-tAea)s Kat SOKO^^TO? aTrapatTTJTO)? Ixet^ Trpos 
CLVTOV, 6 e/utaroKAr)? Serj^et? eTretcre Kat 8tryAAae. AeyeTat 8e Kat 
TOI;S vaTtpov /3ao-iAet9, e^>' wz' //aAAo/^ at ITepo-tKat Trpafet? Tats 

avKpd6r](TaVj OGTCLKLS bziiOelev avbpbs "EAAryyos, 
Kat ypd(f)iv CKatrTor, ws ptifav ecrotTO -Trap' aiTw 

6e Tor 0e/>tto-TOKAea (fracrlv TJbrj ptyav OVTCL Kat 
VTTO TroAAa)^ Aa/utTTpas -7TOT6 TpaTTeft 

Trpos TOI/S iratdas et7retz>* " 9 >Q- watSes, aTrcoAojue^a ar, et /xr) 
fxe^a." TroAets 5' ai/Tw Tpcts /jiez^ ot -n-Aetorot So^TJi'at Xeyova-iv ts 
apTov Kat olvov KOL 6\l/ov, Nlayvr](riav Kat AdjJL\l/aKov Kat 
6vo 6' aAAas Trpoo-TL0rj(riv 6 KvftK^z/os Neayflrjs Kat ^az/tas, 
rryy Kat IlaAaiVKTjviVizJ ets o-Tpco/tx^i' Kat dfj>7T\6vr]V ..... 

31. Ov yap TrAazxo/zezJOs Trept TTJZ; 'Atrtaz/, (2s ^Tj 
aAA' ey May^o-ta fxezj otKcov, KapTrovfjitvos be baiptas /uieyd'Aas Kat 
ojmoia ITepo-o)^ rots aptorois, CTTI TroAvz; \povov 



30.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 251 

biijyev, ov Ttdvv n rots 'EAAryzHKoTs irpdyfJiao'L /3a(TtAea>s 7rpo(re\ovTOs 
VTT' do-xoAta>i> Trept ray az>a) Trpafets. ws 8' Atyvnros re a^Lara^ivr] 
f3o7]6ovvra)v 'AOrjvaitov Kat rpirjpets 'EAArjznKai jue'xpt Kvirpov KOL 
KiAtKtas avanXeova-ai Kat Kijucoy 0aAarroKpar<3r eVeVrpex//^ avrov 
avreTiiyjEipelv rots "EAArjo-t *al KcoAvetv avfavo^evovs eV CLVTOV, ijbrj 
be Kat bvvafjiL$ ZKLVOVVTO KOL (rrpar?]yot SteTrejUTroi'ro xat Ka 
etj Mayi'Tj'Ttay dyyeAtat Trpos ejuioroKAe'a, rwz' 'EAAryz^tKcoz; 
cr^at /ceAeiWros /3aa-tAea)? Kai (BcfBaiovv raj vTroo-x^ets, ovre 8t* 
opyrjv TIVCL iiapo^vvQtls Kara rwi^ -TroAtrwi; ovre tirapdzis rijm?/ roo-avrr) 
KOI bvvdfjiL Trpos roi^ ir6\fJiov, dAA' to"a)j /mez> OVK tfyiKrbv T^youjuero? 
ro epyoy, a\\ovs re jaeyaAous- rrjs *EAAa6"o9 exovo-r;s crrparoyoi;? rore 
Kat Kt/xcoi/os vTrcptyv&s vr]iJipovvTos v rots TToAe/xuots, ro 6e TrAeto-roz; 
at6ot r^j re 8ofr/? rwz^ Trpa^ecoz; rail' eavrou Kat rwr Tpoirai(*>v 
apKTTa flovXtva-dfjitvos eTrt^etz^at rw /3tw rr)v reAeun/y 
0V(T rols deols, Kat rovs ^>tAovs (rvvayay&v Kat 5e^ta)(ra/xei'os', a>? 
)me^ 6 7roAi)s Aoyo?, at/ia Tavpciov TTIMV, a>? 5' ez^toi, (^dp^aKov e^>r^- 
'Trpocre^eyKajute^os, ez; May^dta KareVrpe^e TreVre Trpos rots 
/3e/3ta>Ka>s err] Kat ra TrAeto-ra TOVTWV tv TroAtretats Kat 
s. rrp ' alriav rov Oavdrov KOI T&V rponov r nvQ6}j,evov 
/3ao"tAea Aeyov<riz> ert /uaAAoz; OavfJ.do'cu rbv avftpa Kat ro?s <|)tAots 
a^row Kat otKetots xpu^tvov StareAetz^ ^tAaz/^pcuTrcos. 

30. Plut. Therm. 32 : 'AWAtire 5e 0ejatrrroKA^s 77at5as eK /oter 
'Apx LTTTTTJS rijs Avadvbpov Tov 'AAcoTreK^ei; 'Apx^ToAti' Kat rToAi;euK- 
roz/ Kat K\0(f>avTOv y ov Kat IlAarcoz> 6 0tAocro^)OS ws tTTTrecos dptoTov, 
raAAa 6' ovSeros diov yez>o/zeVoi> fjivriiJLovevti. TMV be upear^vrdr^v 
NeoKA?js juez^ ert Trats a>z/ (/>' ITTTTOV 8r])(^f^ aireOave, AtoKAea 5e 
Avo-ai'Spos 6 7ra777ros vtoz^ eTrotrjo-aro. Ovyarepas be TrAetovs 
&v Mvr]<rnrTo\e}jLav fJLev eK rijs eTrtyajou^et'o-rjs yevo^vrjv ' 
6 d8eA^)6s OT)K a>r Ojuto/xrjrptos eyryjuer, 'IraAtar 6"e rTaz^^ot87]s 6 Xtos, 
2v/3aptz/ 8e NtKo/x^Sr/s 6 'A^yatos* NtKojLtaxi?z; Se 4>paa-tKA^s 6 
abe\(j)Ldovs e/xta-roKAe'ovs, 7/817 rereAe^rr^KoVos eiteivov, -nXevoras els 
Nlayvrjcriav eAa/3e irapa T&V a5eA0ci)i, rea>rar^y 8e Traz^rwv rwz^ 
reKVtov 'Acr LCLV eOpe^jse. Kat rd(f>ov fj,ev avrov \a^Trpbv ev Trj dyopa 
MdyvrjTes exovo-f -zrept 8e rwz^ Aei\^dVa>z; ovr* 'AvboKtby Trpoo-e'xetz^ 
aftoz/ ei> rw Opos TOIS eraipous Ae'yozm, ^>a)pao-aj;ras ra Xefyava 
8tappt\^at rows 'AflTj^at'ovs (xi/ev5erat yap CTT! rov 6^/xov TTapofvvtoV 
TOVS dAiyapxtK07;s), o re 4>vAapxos, cSo-Trep ev rpay^bfa rrj io-ropta 
/^ovovov fjLrjxavriv &pas Kat Trpoayay&v NeoKAea rtva Kai Ary/xoTroAtv, 
utovs e/^to-roKAe'ovs, dya>z/a /3ovAerai Ktvetv Kat Tia^os, 6 ov' ^v 



252 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 

6 TV^V dyvor}(TLv OTL TreVAaarat. Ato'Scopo? &"' 6 Treptrjyrjr?)? V 

rotS ITept IJLVrjjJLOLT^V Lp7]KV to? VTTOVO&V jJLCiXXoV T) "yiVtoOTKMV, OTL 

TTpl TOV piyav AtjueW TOV rieipaia>? duo rov Kara rozj "A\KLfj.ov 
aKpcoTrjpiov TrpoKeirai rts otoz> dyKV, /cat Ka^ravri TOVTOV i>ro?, 
?y ro virtvbiov rrjs OaXciTTi]?, KprjTTM (TTLV eujueye^T]? Kat TO 
avrT)i; y8cojaot8e? ra^>oj rou ejutcrroKA.eot;?. oterai 
ro^ KO^LKOV avroi ^aprvp^iv tv TOVTOIS' 

*O cro? 

rot? 

TOVS r' eK^Aeo^ray ctcrTrXeo^ra? r' av 
X^TioVaz; a/xtXAa r<3r vewz; ^eao-erat. 
rots 8' OLTTO ye^ou? rou Ge/ixttrroKXeov? Kat rtjutat rt^? 

aL ^XP L T ^ V ^/*T/MOZ> )(p6vu>V y(TdV, CIS 

'A9rjvaios, ?7juere/)os avv^dris KOI ^)tXos Trap' 'Aju/xcoznw rw 



31. Plut. cfe /fer. maZ. 5 (^A. 855 F) : f/ >Qo-7rep d/ueAet 
06/xto-roKAeovs v E^opos /xez^ etTrwz;, on rr)^ llava-a^tou irpobocriav 
y^a> Kat rd Trpacro'Ojutera Trpos rov? /3ao"tAeco? o"rparr]yo7;s, " dAA' OVK 
TTi(rOrj," (f)r)(TiV) " o^Se TrpocreSefaro Koivovfjitvov Kat TrapaKaXovvros 
avrov irl ra? avrd? eATrtSa?' " 0ouKv5t6rjs 6e Kat ro irapdirav TOV 
Xoyov TOVTOV a>s Kareyrct)KO)s TrapTJKtv. 

32. Id. de cap. ex inim. util. 6 (EtJi. 89 F) : ejuto-roKAet 
5e ITauo-a^tas fJir]bv CLOLKOVVTL 7rpoo-rpt\^aro r^/y vito^iav TTJS TTpobo- 
o-tas 6ta ro \privQai ^t'Aw KOI ypatytiv o-we\a>? Kat Tre/xTretv Trpos 
auroz^. 

33. Aristod. vi. (.P. JET. 6r. v. p. 9) : 'O 5e ejotto-roKArjs 6td r?)i; 
iiTp(3dX\ov(rav avvea-iv Kat apTr]V (frOovrjOels e^biu>\6-r] virb T&V 
'A9r]vaiu>v, Kat TrapeyeWro ets "Apyos. 

/(^. x. (p. 12): AaKeSatjuoVtot 6e, e7Tt8^ ra roi; navcrai'to 
o-rcos K)((t)prjKL, TOVS ' AOrjvaiovs 7ti6ov \tyovTes fv rats 
7rt(rroAats KOLVMVOV zvprjKtvai r^9 7rpo8oa-tas 0/xt(rroKAea. 6 8e 
0e//t(rroKArjs, 8e5otKa)S rovs AaKebaifJioviovs, OVK Zfjieivtv tv rw "Apyet, 
dAAa TrapeyeVero et? KepKfpav, KaKer^ez^ 6t? MoAoo"<roi;s irpo? AbfJirj- 
TOV /3ao-tAei;oi;ra, Katrot fyOpov avrw TTpOTpov. (2) r<Sz; 8e AaK- 
8atjuoz;tcoy 7rapayvoiJLV(i)v Trpo? roz/ "AbfJii]TOv Kat e^atrou^rwy CLVTOV, 
f) yvvr] TOV 'A5ju,?jrou virtOtTo &fjiL(TTOK\4a ap-navai TOV TOV /Sao-tAeW 
Kat Kadecrdfjvai CTTI r?}? etrrtas tKer^oi;ra. TTpd^avTos 8e rou 
?, 6 v A8/xr;ro? KarAe?i(ras avrof OVK tba>KV, dAA* 



31-35.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 253 



rots ITeAo7ro^i'r/(7tot? JUT) 00-101; tlvai CKbovrai rbv iKe' 
(3) 6 8e 0ejuu0roKA?79 5 OVK t\u>v OTTOV vTroaTptyei, err! rrjz; ITepo-t5a 



yap 

. 6 8e 



avX\r]<{)Ofj virb 

vr\Tr\ avaipricrfiv avrov, et jm^ d^re'xot rot? r nvV^a(nv. 6 8e Kvficp- 
etVas TT)Z> aTreiA?]!', tipurjcrev irl crdXov VVKTCL K.OL ^/xepar, Kal 
rots aj^e/xoiy. Kal ovrco e^taroKA^? 8iacrco0els napeye^ero 
ts rrji' Ilepo-tSa. (4) Kal Ee'pfTji/ jaer ov KareAa/iJez; fwz^ra, 'Apra- 
epf?]y 5e rop vtoz^ avro{5, w OVK vt(j)avia-0r]' aAAa biarpfyas tviavrov 
Kal fj.a6u>v ryv ITepo-tKiji; yXuxrvav, rore TrapeyeVero Trpos roi' 'Apraf- 
p^f]V, KOL VTTjjLvr]<Tv avTov T&V Vpycnoi)v as e6oKet KaTaTfOelcrdaL 
els rbv irciTfpa avrov Hep^v, Aeytoi' Kal rrjs (ra)Tr]pias avrw ye- 
i airios [^6e]tfa[s Xvcrtiv TOVS f/ EAA]r]i;as ro fevy^a. virl- 
, t Aa^3ot crrpoLrov nap avrov, \LpuxTacr@aL TOVS 
(5) o 8e 'Aprafep^?, npocrcrytdv rot? 
(TTparov Kal rpets TTo'Aeu et? ^oprjyiav, Mayvq<riav i&v et? o-troi/, 
Aa/xx/raKoi; 5e ets otW^, MuoC^ra 8e et? o\/^o^. Aa/3a>^ 8e 6ju,to-roKArj? 
Kal Trapaye^o/xe^os ets May^crtaz^, eyyvs ?y5r] yez/ojaeros 7779 *EAAa8os > , 
HTi'6r)(Tv, oi>x f)yr](TdiJivos belv 77oAe/xetr rots 6/>to<j!)vAots' ^va>^ 8e 
r^ AVKO(j)pvvrj 'Apre/xt5i, o-^arro/xeVou ravpov, VTIOCT^V ^taArji/ Kal 
co(raj afyxaros, ^Triez; Kal e 



34. Jc. xi. (p. 13) : Ot oe "EAAr^z/es, [ov] yvovres ravra, efe8iWoz> 
roz; crrparbv TOV a\j.a ra> e/xtoroKAtt, (Kal) -Trapaye^o'/xez^ot 8e eyz/co- 
(raz; Kal az;re7rearparevoz/ rw 'ApTa^e'pfrj. cv^ea>s re raj 'Icoz/tKas Kal 
raj Aonras Tro'Aets *EAArj^t8as f)\ev0povv ' 



35. Corn. Nep. Them. 8 : Tamen non effugit civium suorum 
invidiam. namque ob eundem timorem, quo damnattis erat 
Miltiades, testularum sufFragiis e civitate eiectus Argos habi- 
tatum concessit. (2) hie cum propter multas virtutes magna 
cum dignitate viveret, Lacedaemonii legates Athenas miser unt, 
qui eum absentem accusarent, quod societatem cum rege Perse 
ad Graeciam opprimendam fecisset. (3) hoc cilmine absens 
damnatus est. id ut audivit, quod non satis tutum se Argis 
videbat, Corey ram demigravit. ibi cum eius principes insulae 
animadvertisset timere, ne propter se bellum iis Lacedaemonii 
et Athenienses indicerent, ad Admetum, Molossum regem, 



254 BIOGRAPHICAL. [ch. VI. 

cum quo ei hospitium non erat, confugit. (4) hue cum 
venisset et in praesentia rex abesset, quo maiore religione se 
receptum tueretur, filium eius parvulum arripuit et cum eo se 
in sacrarium, quod summa colebatur caerimonia, coniecit. 
inde non prius egressus est, quam rex eum data dextra in fidem 
reciperet, quam praestitit. (5) nam cum ab Atheniensibus et 
Lacedaemoniis exposceretur publice, supplicem non prodidit 
monuitque ut consuleret sibi : difficile enim esse in tarn 
propinquo loco tuto eum versari. itaque Pydnam eum deduci 
iussit et quod satis esset praesidii dedit. (6) hie in navem 
omnibus ignotus nautis escendit. quae cum tempestate maxima 
Naxum ferretur, ubi turn Atheniensium erat exercitus, sensit 
Themistocles, si eo pervenisset, sibi esse pereundum. hac 
necessitate coactus domino navis, quis sit, aperit, multa polli- 
cens, si se conservasset. (7) at ille clarissimi viri captus 
misericordia diem noctemque procul ab insula in salo navem 
tenuit in ancoris neque quemquam ex ea exire passus est. 
inde Ephesum pervenit ibique Themistoclem exponit. cui ille 
pro meritis postea gratiam rettulit. 

9. Scio plerosque ita scripsisse, Themistoclem Xerxe 
regnante in Asiam transisse. sed ego potissimum Thucydidi 
credo, quod et aetate proximus de iis, qui illorum temporum 
historiam reliquerunt, et eiusdem civitatis fuit. is autem ait 
ad Artaxerxen eum venisse atque his verbis epistulam misisse: 

(2) ' Themistocles veni ad te, qui plurima mala omnium 
Graiorum in domum tuam intuli, quamdiu mihi necesse fuit 
adversum patrem tuum bellare patriamque meam defendere. 

(3) idem multo plura bona feci, postquam in tuto ipse et ille 
in periculo esse coepit. nam cum in Asiam reverti vellet 
proelio apud Salamina facto, litteris eum certiorem feci id agi 
ut pons, quern in Hellesponto fecerat, dissolveretur atque ab 
hostibus circumiretur : quo nuntio ille periculo est liberatus. 

(4) nunc autem confugi ad te exagitatus a cuncta Graecia, 
tuam petens amicitiam : quam si ero adeptus, non minus me 
bonum amicum habebis, quam fortem inimicum ille expertus 
est. te autem rogo, ut de iis rebus, quas tecum colloqui 
volo, annuum mihi tempus des eoque transacto ad te venire 
patiaris.' 

10. Huius rex animi magnitudinem admirans cupiensque 



36-37.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 255 

talem virum sibi conciliaii veniam dedit. ille omne illud 
tempus litteris sermonique Persarum dedit : quibus adeo 
eruditus est, ut multo commodius dicatur apud regem verba 
fecisse, quam ii poterant, qui in Perside erant nati. (2) hie 
cum multa regi esset pollicitus gratissimumque illud, si suis 
uti consiliis vellet, ilium Graeciam bello oppressurum, magnis 
muneribus ab Artaxerxe donatus in Asiam rediit domiciliumque 
Magnesiae sibi constituit. (3) nainque hanc urbem ei rex 
donarat, his quidem verbis, quae ei panem praeberet (ex qua 
regione quinquagena talenta quotannis redibant), Lampsacum 
autem, unde vinum sumeret, Myunta, ex qua obsonium 
haberet. 

36. Suidas : e/ouo-roKAr/j 'AOrjvalos Srjjuaycoyo'j, NeoK/Ve'ou? vto?, 
T\V 77pu>Tr]v f]\iKiav yv6fj.vo^ y juera 6e ravra arparrjyos 
is, Kal KTicras TOV EUtpata, Kat voLV^ayJiq viKi^rras TOVS riepcra9 
Kara 2aAajutVa, Kat (frOovrjOtls tytvyei Trpo? ^Apra^p^rjv rov r&v 
IIe()cra)Z> ^SacrtAea, Kal a~(f)6bpa rt/xTj^et? Vff' avrov rjuayKa^To juera 
ravra. rot? f/ EAAr](rt TroAe/oiet^. Kat /otr) fiovXrjOels irpobovvai rj]V 
Kal TO tavrov KAeo? ravpeiov alfia Tnvv a-jrwAero. lypa\/rez; 



0ejUtt(rroKArj?, (rrpar^yos- 'A^rj^atcor, 6 Karavav/Jiaxw^ h' rrj 
2aAajuttz/a vavpayjiq rovs fiapfidpovs, et^ 1 v<rTpov (j)vya$v9els VTTO 
T&V 'AOrjvaitov em 7rpo8ofrtas ama x/AevSeT, Karatyvytov TT/OO? 'Apra- 
, TOV Hep^ou rou TIzpaov iralba, Kal rtju^^et? ra /uteyiora Trap' 
, a)? rpet? TroAet? et? ox/ror Kat aprov Kal TTOTOV Xafitiv, Mayz^r;- 
/j Mvowra, AafjL\l/aKoVj ^7r?]yytAaTO oSy KaraSo^Awo'ao'^at TT/J; 
*EAAti8a, bvvajjuv et Aa/3ot. Trapayezjo'jue^o? 6e a/xa 

O, et 8t* avrbv 



reAecrat ySovAerat Kat tepovpyrjcrat 177 AevKo^pv^^ J Apr//t5t, rco 

ro 



TOV 

TTLTa(f)Lov ay&va V 'A^iji/at? Kat vLKTfaavTes (TT(f)av<l>6ri<rav ayvoov- 
jmerot. Kat NeoKA^? /ix,6i> SoAt^oz^ ez/tK^trej Ary/xoTroAt? 6e (rra5toi>. 
yv(DpL(T0tvT$ 8e /xera roy aywua KaTa\V(rdrji'aL fKivovvtwav virb 
TU>V e/xtoTOKAe'ov? fyOp&v, VTTOfj.vria'dvTwv TOVS 'Adrjvaiovs rov? 
i/o'jmov9 TGI/? -rrept roiz; ffrvydbav. 

37. Ael. Aristides VTT. r. r. 243 J. (ii. p. 318 Dind.): 2 



256 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Oh. VI. 



yap TU>V Trept rov YlavcravCav, a/uta jui/ t? a6vfj.iav eju-Trecroyre? Kat 

TOVS *A0r]vaiov$, Iva rj fx?) /uoWt TTJ? 
, a/xa 8e t KaraAetTrotr' eKetz/o? y A6rjvr](TL 3 
r) irpo? airai'T \oiV bvo-fjiaxov (Wayamo-TTJy, Kat Trpo? 
Trept roi^ reL^icr^bv f^rjirdrriVTO fjivqoriKaKovvT 
KO.Tr]-yopovvTS, bi(f>Kiv jutera o-^xSi' eKeAeuo^, reK/u,r;pta) rr/ 



Trpo? airao-av 

38. Cicero, cfe Amic. xii. 42 : Quis clarior in Graecia 
Themistocle? quis potentior? qui cum imperator bello Persico 
servitute Graeciam liberasset, propterque invidiam in exsilium 
missus esset, ingratae patriae iniuriarn non tulit, quam ferre 
debuit. fecit idem quod viginti annis ante apud nos fecerat 
Coriolanus. 

39. Eusebius (Chr. pasch. 303. 8) : e^io-ro/cA.?}? ds Flepo-a? 



(Sync. 483. 13): 0e/jtioroKA^? ets Hepo-a? ^>evyet 8ta rr)z> 
vaiutv avoLav, o? atjua ravpov TTL&V reAevra. 

Hieron. 0. 77. I : Themistocles in Persas fugit. 0^. 78. 3 : 
Themistocles hausto tauri sanguine moritur. 

Vers. Arm. 01. 77. 2 : Themestocles in Persas fugit. 01. 78. 
3 : Themestocles poto tauri sanguine obiit. 

Circumstances of the Trial. 

40. Craterus, in Lex. Rhetor, ad cole. Photii, p. 667. 12 
(Mttller, F. H. G. ii. 619 fr. 5) : 2uz/o/otoAoyet 6e rot? VTTO 0eo</>pao-rou 
(sc. AeyojueVoty), ort e/xtoroKAea etcrrJyyetAe Kara Kparepoz/ Aea>/3oVa? 



41. Plut. J.ra. 25 : MeyaAa 5' avrow xat ra Trpo? 

S eirtetKeta? crrjfjieia. \pr](ra^vo^ yap avrui irapa iraaav 6/j.ov rr\v 
ex^P^ KaNt ^ 4 ' * K *wov !o0Tpajci(T0& l 7Tt rr/i/ 
6 d^^p i; atrta yeW/xew>9 Trpos T^y TroAtr, OVK 

^ aAA' 'AAK/xa^covos Kat Ktjucovoy Kat TTO\\&V aAAcoz/ \avvovTa>v 

l KarriyopovvTcav /-xoVo? 'Apta-retSr/? oi;r' eTrpafei/ ovr' etTre rt 



38-44.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 257 

42. Plut. Praec. Ger. Leip. 10 (Eih. 805 C) : To \&v yap dvbpl 
. . 7rpoo7x,d)(o-0at Kara (f>06vov, a>? ITeptKAet 2ijutjuua?, 
de ejutoroKAei, . . . ovre Trpo? boav KaA6z> ovr' dAAa>? 



43. ./cL cfe 605*7. 15 (Eth. 605 E) : Kai /UTJZJ ejouoroKA?/? ov 
rrjz; ez> rot? f 'EAAr}(7t boav fyvyuv a7re/3aAez> dAAa r^z/ ez/ rots 
/3apot? 7Tpoo-eAa/3' Kat ov5et? eorty o#no? a^tAo'rt/ixo? ov 
6? u,aAAoi> av 63ou\ero Aeco3ary 6 aaxeyo? 06otto-roKArj 6 






44. Schol. ad Ar. jSig'. 84 : ejotto-roKArj? (6 Kara^avjuia)(?]a-as V 
rfj 7Tpl SaXafjiLva vav^a^ia TOVS fiapfiapovs, et^' vcrrepov (frvyabevOels 
VTTO T&V 'Afoivattov) 7rt 7rpo8o(rtas atrta \/^ev8et, Kara^vy^v irpos 
'ApTaeprjv rbv Hepfou TratSa, Kat rtjurj^et? ra /xeyto-ra Tra/o' avrov 
(a>9 Kat rpets Tro'Aet? t ? ov/^oz; Kat aprov Kat TTOTOV Aa/3t^, May znj a- tar, 
Muowra, Aa/a\/raKOi/), eTrrjyyetAaro avrw ro KaradofAcoo-ao-^at rrju 
*EAAa5a, ^vva^iv et Aa/3ot. 7rapayv6fJivos 8e (a/xa ra> 
et? Mayi/Tjtrta^) Kat Karayrovs eavroi;, et 8t' avrbv o-co^eV 
oY avroi; SouAevo-ovo-t (Bapfidpois, Trpo(f)d(Ti -^prja-dfjLcvo^ a>s Ovcriav 
jSovAotro Kat tepoupyrjcrai rrj AevKotypv'i 'Apre/xtSt KaAou- 
r^, rw ravpa) VTro^ets rrjf <j)id\r]v Kat VTrobtfdiJLevos TO at/xa Kat 
\VTrjcrV e0eW. ot 8e fyacriv ort o-wei6a>s 6 
0e/utto-roKA?js ort ou^ oto? re 77^ 8ta7rpafao-^at rcj) /3an-iAet aTrep 
eTTTjyyetAaro, ovrcos eTTt rr)y rot) Qavarov aiptcriv TiapeyeVero. (. . . 
v AAAcos. fxera rr)i> He'pfov (pvyr^v AaKeSatjtxoz^tot TTpoboa-ias Kpivovcri 
Kat (j)ovvov(n Tlavcraviav TOV Ibiov ^3ao"tAea, KAeo^jSporov Kat ' 
{Mas utoV. emKora>9 8e 8taKet/xez;ot Trpos ejutar 
rrjs 'ArrtK^?, //erao-reAAoz^rat avror et? Kpurtz;, 
a)juoAoy?7Kei'at Kat avrbv Kowwveiv tv TJJ 7rpo8o(rta. 'AOrjvaCd&v 8e 
reAAeiz^ avrov, <f)vywv r)K irpbs 'Aprapriv, Kat 
<$>tovj]v fjiaOtov ZbCbaftv avrbv TTO)? eo-axre rw Trare'pa s,prjv 
rot? "EAArj(rt 8taA{5(rat ra e^rt S^crroO Kat 'A/3v8ov 
8tafevy/xara. e^>' ot? e^xapio-rrjora? 6 /3a<rtAev? Scopetrat ai>ra> rpet? 
Tro'Aet?, Mayznjo-taz; et? a-tror, Aa/xx/raKor et? olvov, Mvovvra et? o\/^a, 
a>? 8e Ned^T^?, Kat nepKcor?]^ et? orpa)fJivr]V Kat naAat(rKr]\/rt^ et? 
o-roA7}r. (TTparbv 8e \a(3a>v avrov evrt Tropflrjo-et r>)? *EAAd8o?, Trept 
rr)z^ 'Itozn'azJ ey May^crta yez^o'/xei'o?, ^vcor, a>? etpryrat drco, reAevra, 
Kat /xera Bdvarov rbv jut(jo/3dp/3apor eVSetK^/xez'o? rponov. Aot- 



258 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 



be 'AOrjvaLMV, 6 debs t7re /xrayeiz> ra GOTO, 0e/xi0roKAeot>?. 
be /XT) crvy^copowrcoi;, TJrrjo-auro CTH A' r/fxepat? erayicrat 
r<5 ra</>&> Kal Trepia-Kr/zxoo-azJre? ro \u>piov Aa0pa K-opi^ovviv dvop- 
vavTs ra 6Vra. 2v/x/ixaxos 8e $770-1 \jfevbeo-0ai Trepl efxio-ro 
ovre yap 'Hpodoros o#re o-UKfStS^s taropet. eort yow aTro 



ftot 8e A<5oroz> at/uta ravptiov 
Kal fJLTj TL -TrAetov? rcSj'S' exety 
rives 6e fyaa-iv on 2o(o/cAr?s Trept 0ejato-ro/cAeovs roi;ro 
e, ov yap eort 



45. Plut. ^. e^ Imp. Apophth. (Eth. 185 E) 0eju. 15 : ' 

'AOrjv&v TO irp&rov, etra Kal r^s c EAAa8os, az/a/Sa? 



T)!; 8idAeKToz; Kara^aO^v bi kavrov Kal /un) 8t' erepov TrotTJ 



46. Athen. i. 29 F (54) : f/ Ort QejuttoroKA?}? I/TTO ^ao-tAecoj eAa/3e 
iv TJ]V Adfji\lfaKov tls olvoV) Mayvrjcriav b et? aprov, M.VOVVTO. 
5' et? o\^oz^, HepKcori]^ 6e Kal r^r YIa\ai(TKr]\lfiv ety o-rpto/x^^z/ Kal 
. eKcAeno-e 6e roirra) crroA^ (fropelv /3ap/3aptK/J^, w? Kal 
, 801;? ra Ttporepov vTrdp-^ovra, Kal (ei's) (rroA?)^ Ta 



47. /c?. xii. 533 D : rToWtj 5' eV rptrw May^rtKwi; (.P. 7/. 6r. 
iv. 483 /?\ i) roz^ ejuuoTOKAe'a c^rjalv tv May^trta r^i; o-T(j)avr](f)6pov 
apyj]v avaXafiovra Ovcrai 'Adrjvq Kal rr]V koprr]V YlavaO^vaia ovo- 
jutaorai, Kal Ato^vo-w XooTrorr/ dvo-Lavavra Kal rr/z; Xoa>^ kopTj]v amoQi 



48. Libanius xv. (Reiske, i. p. 464) : Enroz; eta o-ot H 

fjiv TOVS KaravKOTrovs roi/s az^rl rwz^ Kr]pVK<t>v, Ibovra 8e 



ro Kal Souz/ai Soopea?, Ad^aKov, Muowra, 
Meyapa ray Kpta-ft ..... eKetW? vavfjia^ias .... Kal ravra 

tas, e/xol 8oKtz/ 5 OVK eA7rt'8a>z> fj.L(T0os, as V 

aiT6) roi;s "EAAryz^as .... enroz; az^ o~ot /xera Hcp^ou Kal roy 
MoAorroz^ w A8/xr]ror, 69 rjbia-ra rov avrbv TOVTOV avOptoirov \a(3&v, 
wcrre 



45-54.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 259 

49. Val. Max. viii. 7 ext. 15 : (Themistocles) per summam 
iniquitatem patria expulsus et ad Xerxem, quern paulo ante 
devicerat, confugere coactus, prius quam in conspectum eius 
veniret, Persico sermone se adsuefecit, &c. Cf. v. 3 ext. 3. 

50. Coin of Magnesia. 

Obv. O3A[>!OjTl M 30 Apollo standing r. ; in r. a long 
branch of olive. 

Rev. M A Raven ? flying. Square border of dots. /R (plated) 
Didrachrn. 5-83 grammes. Weight of Paris specimen (Wad- 
dington, Melanges, pi. i. 2) is 8-56 grammes. 

Head, Brit. Mus. Cat. of Ok. Coins, Ionia, p. 158. 

His Death. 

51. Ar. Eq. 83 : 

N1KIA2. /3eA.Ttaroz> r)fuv al^a ravpeiov TTLelv. 

6 e/LUOTOKAeovs -yap ddvaros aipercorepos. 

52. Plut. Flam. 2O : "Eznoi e (Ae'yoim TOV 'Avvifiav) /xijurjcra- 
[jitvov 0juttoroKA.ea KOL Mibav alpa ravptiov mew. Cf. Plut. dm. 
1 8. See III. 152. 

53. Cic. Brutus, xi. 42 : Ut enira tu nunc de Coriolano, sic 
Clitarchus, sic Stratocles de Themistocle finxit. (43) nam, 
quern Thucydides, qui et Atheniensis erat, et summo loco 
natus summusque vir et paullo aetate posterior, tantum 
mortuum scripsit et in Attica clam humatum, addidit, fuisse 
suspicionem, veneno sibi conscivisse mortem : hunc isti aiunt, 
quum taurum immolavisset, excepisse sanguinem patera, et 
eo poto, mortuum concidisse. 

Cf. Val. Max. v. 6 ext. 3. 

Memorials. 

54. Bronze coin of Antoninus Pius, struck at Magnesia. 
Obv. [T AIAIOC] KAICAP ANTHNeiNOC. Bust of An- 
toninus Pius to right. 

Rev. em AIOCKOYPIAOY TPATOY MHTP MAfNHT 
Nude figure of Themistokles standing to left ; his left hand 
grasps sword in sheath hanging at his side ; his right pours 
libation from phiale over burning altar, in front of which lies 
forepart of slaughtered bull. In the field, OMslCTOKAH|C. 
Rhousopoulos, Athenische Mittheilungen, xxi. (1896) p. 22. 

S 2 



260 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 

55. Paus. i. I. 2 : Kal z>ea>y Kat e? ej/e ?5o-az> otKot, Kat Trpd? r 
jmeyioro) Xiptvi ra^>09 ejotioroKAeovy* </>ao-t yap //.era/xeAr/crat ra>z> ey 

0e/XtOTOKAea 'AOrjVaLOLS, KOL 0>y Ot TTpO(TYIKOVTS TO, OfTTOL KOfJLl(TaLV 

K Mayrrjfrtay dveAoVrey. (fraivovTai 8e ot -TratSey ot 0e/uuoTOKAeoi>y 
Kat KareAfloWey Kal ypacfrrjv es rov HapOev&va avaOevrcs, tv y 



56. Ibid. 2,6. 4 : T^j 8e etKoVos TrAryo-toi/ r^? 'OAv/j,7rto8wpoi; 

pre/xtSos aya\/ua earrrjKev k'niK.X^criv AevKo<f)pvr]vfjsj avt- 
ot 7rat5e? ot 0ejuttoroKA^ovs' Mayvr^re? yap, 5r 77PXf 
afttov Trapa ^SacrtAea)?, AVKO(f)pvr]vr)v "AprejJLLV ayovviv 

h TL^fj. 

57. Arist. cfe anim. hist. vi. 15. 3. 569 b 9: TIVOVTOLI 8e (at 
d^vat) ez/ rot? eTTto-Ktot? Kat eAcoSeo-t TOTTOI? . . . otov nept 'Aflrj^as 
er 2aAajuTz;t Kat Trpoj TU> 06/^to-roKAeta) Kat ei^ Mapa^wri. 

57 a. J.A. Mitth. vi. (1881) p. 104, vs. 12: Proxenia-decree 
at Lampsakos early in second cent. B. c. : [Ei; 5e r^t eoprrjt] | r^t 
0ejui0roKAet [dyojuie^t 8t' e^tav]|roG eTz^at iravra a[vr&i raya0a 
K.r.A. Of. C. I. G. i. p. 441 f. M. Kubensohn in Jahrb. f. Class. 
Phil. 1894, pp. 457 ff. 



Kleophantos. 

58. Plat. -Me^o 93 D : *H OVK aKrjKoa?, 6Yt 06/xta-roKArj? KAeo'- 
TOV vlbv tTnrea pev eSt^afaro 



His character. 

59. Critias, ap. Ael. V. H. x. 17 (Mull. JP #. (7. ii. 70, /r. 8) : 
A^yet Kptrta? 0ejutoroKAea roz; NeoKAeov?, TTpti; 17 apfao-^at TroAt- 

rpta TaAaz>ra t\tiv TT\V ovoriav Tr\v Trarpwaz;* eiret 8e 
TrpoeVn], etra (f)v/ KOI br]fjiv6r] avrov f) OVO-LCL, 
raXavrctiv TrAe^co ova-Lav tyjav. 

60. Plut. ^Iris^. 4 : Twi^ 5e S^/aoo-tcoz; Trpoaobav atpe^et? 7rt/x- 
ATJTTJ? ov povov TOVS KaO* avrov, dAAd Kat rou? Trpo avro 

TroAAd vvoa-(f)La-fj.vovs Kat /xdAtora roz; 
yap 'd^rjp, rrJ9 8e x L P$ ov Kpa-T&v" 8id Kat 
ayaya>y TroAAou? em roz^ 'ApioretS^i; ez; rat? tvOvvaLs 8ta>KO)^ 

r/ 7ipte/3aAe^, coy (frqa-Lv 'Ibofjitvevs. ayavaKTOvvTtov 5e rail' 



55-63.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 261 



Trpcorcoz; tv rfj Tro'Aet, ov ^ovov a(j)i6r] TTJS (^/txi'ay, dAAa Kal 
apXcw 7rt Tr\v a\)Tr\v bioiKrjo-iv aTreSet'x^Tj. 

61. Plut. Arist. c. Cat. cortip. I : ejuuoroKAet /u??r' OTTO yevovs 
Aa/x7rpa) Kal KeKrryjueVa) juerpta (TTCVTC yap 17 rp <3v raAdVrcoz; ovcriav 
avT<{> ytvtaOat, Xtyovcriv ore Ttpwrov rjirrtTO r?js TroAtretaj) K.T.\. 

62. /(i. Them. 5 ' SVVTOVOV 8e aiiroz/ yeyovtvai xprj^arLaT^v 
ol }jitv rivts </>a<n 8t' eAev^epior^ra* xat yap (f)i\o6vTY]v ovra Kal 
\ajjLirpov v raty Trepl roi/y evov$ bairavais atyOovov beladat \oprjyias' 
ol be TOVVCLVTLOV y\ia-\p6rr]Ta TroAAr/v Kat fjiiKpo\oyiav 

' rwz; 



Aristeides. 

a democratic reformer. 



See V. 61 f. 

s death. 



63. Plut. Arist. 26 : TeAevr^crat 8e 'Aptore^Tji; ol 
pa^ea)^ evKa 8r//ixoo'ta)^, ol 6' ' 

Kal 6avfJLa6fj.vov VTTO T&V 7roAir<S^. Kparepo? 6' 6 
rotavra n^a Trepl r^ % reAevr^j rou avbpos etpr^Ke. /otera 
yap r^ 0e/xioTOKAeou9 tyvyr\v (frijcriv (2(T7rep e 
ava(f)V(rai 7T\T]8o$ crvKotyavT&v, ot rovy apicrrovs Kal 
avbpas StwKo^res VTre'/SaAAoz; rai (f)06v(*> T&V TroAAwz; 
VTT' vrv^ias Kal 6"wajuea)?. ez^ rovrot? Kal 'Apioret^Tjz; aXG>vai boopo- 
boKias, Aio<f)dvTOV TOV 'Ajot(|)trp07r^e^ Kar^yopov^roy, ws, ore roi;? 
(fropovs erarre, Trapa rwi/ 'Ico^coi> ^pijfjiara Aa/So^ros* eKrto'at 6* OVK 
\ovra Tr)v KarabiKriv TTevTrjKovTa JJLV&V ovcrav eKTrAeScrat Kal Trepl 
TTJZ; 'Icoz^tai; anoOavtlv. TOVTOIV 6e ovez; eyypa</>oz; 6 Kparepos 
V, OVT biKrjv OVT \jsri (fricrfjia, KatTrep etco^a>s 
cSj ypd(f>iv ra rofaOra Kal Trapart^ea-^at row? idropowra?. ot 
6' aAAot Tra^rey, a>s ITTOS direlv, ocroi ra 7iAr///joceAr]^eVra rw Srjuw 
Trepl rov? (rrparryyoi;? 8tetao'i, rr/z^ /xer @ejutorroKAeoi;s <f>vyr)v Kal 
ra MtArtaSov 8eo-jua Kal rr)y HeptKAeovs fr^iav Kal roz/ Da^ro? ey 
rw Suaa-rr/pta) Odvarov, aveXovros avrbv eTrl rou yQTy/utaros a>s ^At- 
(TKero, Kal TroAAa rotaura orvz/ayouo-t Kal OpvXovaiv, 'Apt^rretSov 8e 
roi^ juez; efoo-rpaKicr/oioy Trapart^ez^rat, KaraStK^y 8e rotavrr/y ovbafj.ov 

(27) Kal /ute'rrot Kal rac/)oy early avroi? 
oy (fiacrL Karao'Keuao'at rrji; TroAtz; 



262 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. VI. 



KaraAtTro'zm. Kat rd? pev 0uyarcpas ivropovariv CK TOV 

rots vvfJL(j)LOLS eKo"o07Jz/at 877/xoo-ta, rr)s -Tro'Aecos rov yapov eyyucocrT)? Kal 

TTpoua rpta-xiAt'as 8pax/mas eKare'pa ^r^tcrajua;?]? 

rto w< /u,z;a$ /xez> tKarbv apyvpiov Kat yrjs roo-awa 7rAe0pa - 

6 8^/xoy, aAAa? 5e bpa^as reo-o-apas t? r/^pav 

Kt/SidSov ro x/aj<|>io-/ita ypdtyavros. 

64. Corn. Nep. Arist. 3. 3 : Decessit autem fere post annum 
quartuni quam Themistocles A.thenis erat expulsus. 

ffis character. 

65. Plut. Arist. 3 : av/uaorT) 8e rts e^at^ero a^rov Trapa raj 
ez^ TTJ TroAtreta fxera^oAas ?J ewra^cta . . . 6//ota>s Yjyovfjifvov 

rfj irarpfbi napi^iv tavrov ov xprjfjLaTc^v JJLOVOV, dAAa Kat 80^979 



ov yap 8oKeuj 8tKatos, dAA J etvat 

aAoKa 8ta (^pez^o 
ra K8ra (BXaaravti 
z; ets 'AptoTet^y, cos eKtrw juaAtora T^S dper?Js 



66. /62cZ. 25 : Ka0' oAou 8' 6 eo^pao-To's 0r]a-t roz; az;8pa 
ro^roz; Trept ra otKeta Kat rovs TroAtras aKpcos 6Vra biKaiov \v rots 
Kotrots TioAAa 77pa^at -rrpos r^ viroOeaiv rrjs 7rarpt8os, a>s 
dtKtas 8eo/xe^s. Kat yap rd xPW aT( ^ Q'no'iv *K AtfXov /Sov 
KO/^tVat Trapa ras o-v^^rjKas [Kat], 2a//ta)i; 
, ws ov biKcaov JJLCV, crv^(ppov be rovr* cart'. Kat rc'Aos 
ts ro ap^LV av0pa>T>d)v TOCTOVTMV Karao-rTJcras rr)z^ Tro'Aiz; avros ez^- 
j Trezna Kat r^ aTro roC TreVrj? eti^at boav ovbtv TJTTOV ayaii&v 
OTTO r<Sr rpOTratfov Stere'Aecre. . . . ITAara)^ 8e rcoj; /xeyaAwz; 
Kat oVo/zaorwz; 'AOijvrjo-L povov aiov Koyov TOVTOV 'airo- 
roz; avbpa' ejuuo-roKAe'a /xey yap Kat Kt/xco^a Kat ITeptKAea 
Kat yj>r]^ar^v Kat <Avaptas 7roAA?js e/utTrArja-at 
3 ApL<TTibr]v 8e TroAtrevo-ao-^at Trpo? dperijr. 
Plut. Them. 21. See above 29. 



67. Corn. Nep. J.ra. 3. 2 : Hie qua fuerit abstinentia, 
nullum est certius indicium quam quod, cum tantis rebus 
praefuisset, in tanta paupertate decessit, ut qui efFerretur vix 



64-72.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 263 

reliquerit. (3) quo factum est ut filiae eius publice alerentur 
et de communi aerario dotibus datis collocarentur. 

68. Plato, Gorg. 526 B : Et? 8e Kal udvv eAAo'ytjuo? ye'yore Kal 
et? TOVS aAAou? "EAArjra?, 'ApKJret'Srj? 6 AvarifjLd\ov. 

69. Id. Meno 94 A : 2HK PATHS. "AAAoz; 8e 8r) o-/ce\/^e0a, 
'AptoretSrjz; TOV Avo-LfJid^ov' YJ TOVTOV ov% ojnoAoyet? ayaOov yeyovevai ; 
ANTTO2. v Eycoye, Tra^rco? 8//7rou. 211. OVKOVV KCLL OVTOS TOV vlbv 
TOV avTov A.wr(fUX)(OV t ocra ^v 8t8ao"KaAcoz; *t)(ero, xaAAtora ' Adrivaiwv 
firaibeva-tv, avbpa 8e /SeArtco SOKCI (rot orovovv TreTroir^KeVat ; rovrw 
yap TTOV Kat o-vyyeyo^a? /cat opqs olos 

70. Hdt. viii. 79. 



descendants. 

71. Deniosth. 20 in Lept. 115* Tfoi x/x^juepo? reKjotr/pfa ; ort 

rore xp^^^/xcor, ZKCLTOV JJLZV (V Ev/3ota 
Hboarav, CKCLTOV 8e x/^tAry?, ert 8' apyvpiov 

a? eKaroV, Kat re'rrapa? rrj? r/ju^pa? 8pax)u-as. Kat TOVTCW ^fn^KT^a 
*A\Ki(3idbov, v w ravra yeypaTrrat. 

Kimon. 

s opposition to democratic changes, and banishment. 
See V. 82 ff. 

Relations ivith Perikles. 
See below 91 ff 

Popularity and Political Position of Kimon. 

72. Plut. dm. IO : V H8?7 8* evirop&v 6 KIJUCOZ^ e<o8ta rr}? crrparrj- 
yta? a KaAw? aTro rcSv TroAejutco^ tbo^ev ax^eATja'flai KaAAtoi^ d^Ato'Kei' 
et? roi;? TroAtra?. roSi* re yap aypG>v roi? ^>pay//ov? d^etAei^, tz^a Kat 



r^? OTrcopa?, Kat belirvov otKOt Trap' avrw Atroi' jueV, apKOVv 8e TroAAot?, 
eTrotetro Ka^' rjfjiepav^ e^)' 6 rwi' TTCVT^TO^V 6 (3ov\6[j.vo$ eto~r/et Kat 
biCLTpo(j)r)v efytv dirpdyfjiova, IJLOVOIS rot? b^jJLoa-LOis (T^oXafav. a>? 
8' 'Apta-rore'A?]? ^o-tz^, ov)( airdvTwv 'A^z^atco^, dAAa rwr brifjioT&v 
AaKLab&v Trapeo-Kevafero rw /SovAo/xeVa) ro belnvov. CLVTU 8e 



264 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. VI. 



<jvvr\dtis aij,-i7t)(0fjivoi KaAo)?, <5i> eKao-ro?, et rt? 
t rw Kt/xcozn ry a^roo^ 7rpecr/3irrepo? ?7jU(,(teoyAeVo? eV8e<3?, 6117- 
Trpd? auroz> rd t/oidrta' Kat rd yivo^evov e$atz>ero (repvov. ol 
ai>rot Kal i/ojutcTjUta Kojou^bzjre? a(j)6ovov 7rapto"rdjoiez>ot ro? KOjm\iVot? 
-7rez>?jra)z> 6^ ayopq crtcoTriJ ra>r Kepjaartcoz; tvtfiaXXov et? raj 
Si' 6r) /cat K/aart^os 6 KCO/XIKOS er 'ApxtAo^otj eotKe //- 
a TOVTW 
Kayo) ya/) iiv^ovv M?7rpo/3io5 6 ypa/ut//,arevs 



Kat 77aiT dp tor co r<Sz; rTayeAAryi/coz; 77/36 rut; 

Ktfxwi^t \Lirapov yfjpas 

al&va TT&vra 

XLTTMV j3J3T]K 
Irt To'ivvv Fopyta? juev 6 Aeo^rtz^o? ^170-1 rov Ktfxco^a ra 

a>? xpwro, XP^"^ at ^^ ^ s rtjuwro, Kptrtaj 6e rwi^ rpid- 
ytv6[jLVos v rat? eAeyetats e^xf at 
ITAouroi/ /aei' ^KOTraSaii;, ^yaXo^poo-uvrjv 6e 

VIK.CLS 5 'ApKeatAa roi; AaKe^at/uo^ioi;. 
Katrot At)(a^ ye roy ^apriarif]V air' ovbevbs a\\ov 
V rots ''EAA^frt^ OVO\*OLCTTOV ytvofjitvov rj ort roi/s fevovj ez> rat? 

17 8e Kt/oiajz;os a(j)6ovLa KOL 
KOL tyiXavOpumiav v7rp(3aXv. ol 

yap, e0' ots 77 TrdAts /xeya (fipovel 8tKata)j, rd re O7rep//a rrys 
ts roi^s f/ EAAr]z^as e^coKaz; vbdrwv re Trrjyat&v * * * Ka 
tvavcnv xpri&vviv d^pcoTrots eSt8afa^ 6 8e rrjz; /xez^ olniav rot? 
TroAtrat? TTpvravelov a77o8etfa? KOLVOV, \v be TTJ \<*>pq KapTT&v erotjua)^ 
aTrap^d? Kat oVa <Spat KaAd fytpovcn \pijcrOaL Kat Xa^^aveiv airavra 
rot? eVoi? 7rapt\a)v, rponov riva ri^v evrt KpoVov 
KOLvaiVLCiv et? roz; /8to^ aS^i? Karijyev. ol 8e raura KoXaKtiav 
Kat brifJLay&yiav eti^at Sta/3aAAo^re? VTTO r^? aXXrjs f^Xey^ovro TOV 
avbpos 7rpoatpeo"eo)? aptoTOKpartKry? Kat AaKcoi'tK^? ovcriys, o? ye Kat 
0ef/.io-roKAet Trepa roi; o"eWro? eTratpoz/rt rr)y brf^oKpaTiav avrtfiaive 
/^er' 'Aptaretdov, Kat Trpo? 'E^tdAr^z; v&repov ^dptrt roO 8^juoi; Kara- 
Xvovra ryv ef 'Apetou Trdyoi; (BovXrjv bujv^Brj^ Ary/x/xdrcoz/ 8e 
TOVS aAAov? TrArji' 'Apt(rret5ou Kat 'E^)taAroi> Trdi'ra? d 
opaiz;, avroz; abeKaa-Tov Kat &OIKTOV tv rfj TroAtreta 8a>pooKtas Kat 
Trdz'ra TrpotKa Kat Ka0apa>? Trpdrroz^ra Kat Ae'yoz^ra 5td re'Aov? ?rapeV)(e. 
Aeyerat ye rot *Poio-aK?]z> rtrd jBdpfiapov aTroo-rdrrjz; ^ao-tAe'oo? eA0etz> 
/oiera w^^aruv iroXX&v et? 'A0//z>a?, Kat o-Traparro'juiez/o^ 



73-75.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 265 



<rvKO(f)avT(ji)v Karacfrvyelv Ttpbs Ktfxcoz/a, Kat Otlvai irapa Ti]V 
avTov <f)id\as bvo, rr]v JJLZV dpyvpet 
6e ^pvcrutv' IfiovTa 6e Tor Kijucoz^a Kat /xet8tdrraz;ra nvOta'Oai TOV 
avOptoxov, T,oTpov atpetrat Kt/zoora jLUcrflcorozj r) fyi\ov e^et^' rou 8e 
(frrjaavTOs (f)i\ov " OVKOVV " 0az;at " ra^r' aTTt^t juera o-faurou 
KOfjiifav* xpria-ofjiai yap avrols orav co/xat ^>tAo? yero/xero?." 

73. Plut. Per. 9 : 'Ez> apxf? M^ y/>5 axnrep etpryrcu, Trpoj rr/z/ 

ar avTiTaTToiJLtvos VTTeTrotetro ror 
al \prnjiacnv, acj^ 8>v eK 

re Ka^' rmzpav rw SeojueVw -Trape^a)^ 'A^ry^atcor /cat rov? 
povs afJLtyitvvvMV, T&V re xoipi& 
OTTCOS 6TT(opL^(t)(TLv ol f3ovh.6{jLVOL, TovTois 6 
fjievos rpeTrerat Trpo? r^r TWZJ 8r///,ocrta)r 

74. Corn. Nep. (7^m. 4 : Hunc Athenienses non solum in 
bello, sed etiam in pace diu desideraverunt. fuit enim tanta 
liberalitate, cum compluribus locis praedia hortosque haberet, 
ut numquam in eis custodem posuerit fructus servandi gratia, 
ne quis impediretur, quominus eis rebus quibus quisque vellet 
frueretur. (2) semper eum pedisequi cum nummis sunt 
secuti, ut, si quis opis eius indigeret, haberet quod statim 
daret, ne differendo videretur negare. saepe, cum aliquem 
offensum fortuna videret minus bene vestitum, suum amiculum 
dedit. (3) cottidie sic cena ei coquebatur, ut, quos invocatos 
vidisset in foro, omnes ad se vocaret, quod facere nullo die 
praetermittebat. nulli fides eius, nulli opera, nulli res 
familiaris defuit : multos locupletavit, complures pauperes 
[mortuos], qui uncle etferrentur non reliquissent, suo sumptu 
extulit. (4) sic se gerendo minime est mirandum, si et vita 
eius fuit secura et mors acerba. 

75. Athen. xii. 533 A : 'Ev rfj btKCLTrj r&v ^LXLTTTTLKWV 6 0eo- 
TTO/XTTOS (fr. 94 F. H. G. i. 293) tyrja-i,' " Ki^cav 6 'A6r]valo$ tv rot? 
dypot? Kat rots K^TrotJ ovbtva TOV Kapitov KaOiara (frvXaKa, OTTCO? 
ot fiov\6fJivoi TU>V TroAtrcSi; etcrtorrej OTrcopt^co^rat Kal \cmfiavuxriv 
et rtz;os Seot^ro T&V v roty ^coptot?. eTretra ri]v oiK.iav Trapet^e 

airaa-L' xat 8et7rroi' atet evreAe? Trapao-Keudfefr^at TroAAots 
Kat roi>s aTropov? Trpoa-toVraj rStv 'AQrjvattoV etcrtoVra? 
0pa7tevv 8e Kat TOVS Ka6' eKao-n]y fjfJLtpav avrov n 
, Kat Xtyovviv a>s 7repi?}yero fj.ev det reartcrKovs bv r) rpets 



266 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 



Kep/xara rovrot? re StSoVat 7rpoo"eYarrez>j OTrore rts / 7rpoo"eA$ot 
avrou beofjievos. Kat <a<n /xez> avrdz> Kat eis ra(j)r]v eto-^e'petz;. 7roietz> 
8e Kat roirro TroAAaKts, OTro're r<3z; iroXiT&v TLVOL t5ot KaKws i]/x^)t- 
eo-fjievov, KeAevetz> avr(3 /^eraju^teVyvcr^at rcSv vcavia-Kav nva T&V 
(rvvcLK.Q\QvQovvT(tiv a{ir(j). e/c r) rovrcor aTraz/rcoz; r^vdoKt/xet Kat 



76. [Arist.] ^esp. ^1^. 26, 27, 28. 

77. Schol. Aristid. TT. r. r. 118 J. (iii. p. 446 D.) : Avo 8e 
'ai' 'Adr)vr](Ti TroAtretat* ot /xez^ ya/> rjcrav KaAot Kat dya^ot, ol 
Aov/xe^ot oAtyap)(iKot, ot 8e 6i]juortKOt* Kat TOVTWV fjitv Trpoto-raro 

^, TToAAa Sta^e/xcov Kat a-vy^pStv OTrcoptVacr^at rots /3ovAoju,a>ot?, 
Kat ijixana 6ta^e/xcoz; rot? Trez^oV r<3i/ 8e oAiyaiox 1 ^^^ Wp 
ITe/3tKA?7s* KaTrjyoprjdels 8e 6 KI/ACOV VTTO ITeptKAeovs e-TTt 
rfi abtXtyfj Kat eTTt 2K7;pa) r?) ^7Jo"(p, cos ^TT' avrou 
efe/3Arj0?7. 8e8ta)s 8e 6 lleptKA^s /uuj C 7 ? 7 " 7 ?^ ^^ rwy 
77/36? avrovs ^u> 



Kimoris recall and later campaigns. 
See above III. 102 ff., 150 ff. 

Ephialtes. 

See above V. 70-74, 85-88. 
Plut. 0^. 10. See above 72, 

78. Ael. F". .ff. ii. 43 : HereVrarot tytvovro ot apto-rot 

;, 'AptaretS?;? 6 Aixrtjmaxov Kat . . . 'E^t^Arr^s 8e 6 2o 



79. 76^. iii. 17 : Ttj 8e avnfyricrei Kat rTepiKAe'a roz^ zavO 

Kat ' 



80. /^<i. xi. 9 : f/ Ort 'Ec/uaArr)? 6 So^co^tSou Trez^eWaros TJI/' 
a 6e rciAarra StSoi'rcoz; aww r<Sy eratpcoz^, 6 6e ov TrpocnyKaro, 
wz^, " raCra /xe dmyKCicrei albovfjitvov ^fxas KaTa\api(ra(rOai rt r<3i> 
ata)^, /XT) alboviJLtvov 8e /utTjSe \api( > 6n.evQV vfuv, ayjapivTOv So'fat." 

81. /6z'c. xiii. 39 : 'E^iaArrjs o-rparTjyoi) dz/et8tVa^ros avraJ 
os Ktviav " ro 8e erepov," $77, <c 8ta rt ov Ae'yets, ort StKato's 

" 



76-86.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 267 

82. Plut. Per. 7 : *lv va (fracrl ytvtcrQai TOV 'E<tdAr?7z>, 65 
KareAwe ro Kpdros rfjs ef 'Apetou irayov flovXrjs, TroAArjy, Kara TOV 
ITAdrcoz/a, Kat aKparov rots -TroAi'rats \v6piav OLVO\O(OV, v^' TJS, 
axnrep iTTiTov, ^vj3pLcravTa TOV brjjjiov 01 Ka)/x<j>6"o7rotot Aeyowt 
ovKert roAjuaiJ, dAAa SaK^ety TT)!' Ev^Otay /cat ra?s 



83. Plat. Resp. viii. 5^2 C : "Orar, 

Sti/rrjo-ao-a KCLK&V olvo\6a)v Trpoorarowrcoz; 
roi; Seorro? aKparov avTrjs jji6v(r6fj, TOVS ap\ovTas or), av 
irpaoi Strt Kat 77oAA^i; Trape^cocrt r^y eAei>0e/)taz>, 
a>s fjuapovs re Kat oAt 

84. [Arist.] .fiesp. ^^. 38. 



Perikles. 

Origin and Personal appearance. 

85. C. I. A. i. 1 88 vs. 7 : 'Em re? OtVetSos rptYes irpwaz(c]|u- 
'EAAe^ora/xtat? TrapeooOe ITepiKAet XoAapyet Kat crvvap- 
ofle ~l TP^HHHHAA .... 



86. Plut. Per. 3 : ITeptKATJs yap ??> rwv /oiey (j>v\u>v ' 

XoAapyevs, otKOU 8e Kat ye^ovs roi; 
HavOLinros yap 6 z>iK?]cra? fv MvKaA?/ rovs /3a(rtAco? 
(TTpcLTrjyovs yriiJLV 'AyaptVrr]^ KAetafleVov? tyyovov, os e^rjAao-e 
Ileta-to-rpartSay Kat Kare'Awe rr)z; Tvpavviba yevvaiws Kat 
0To Kat TroAtretW aptcrra KKpafj,vr]v Trpos dfjiovoiav KCU 
KaTo-Tr](Tev. amr] Kara rovs VTT^OUS e'8ofe TKCLV Aeorra, Kat 
oAtya? ereKe HeptKAea, ra /xez; aAAa rrjz^ tSeav ro 

8e rr)*> K(j)a\rjv Kat do-v/xjuerpo^. o^e^ at 



&)? eotKe, raJz; rex^trwz/ eforctStfet^. ot 8' 'ArrtKol Trotr^rat 
Kt(f>a\ov avTov Ka\ovv' TT]V yap <TKtAAai> ecrrt^ ore Kat a")fvov 
va-i. r&v be Kco/xtKw^ 6 ju,ez> Kpartz;o? f Xetpcoo-t* " 2rdo-is 8e 
Kat Trp(r(3vyvr]S Kpovos dAATJAoto-t juttyeWe jueyta-roi; TLKTZTOV 
Tvpavvov, ov brj Ke^aArjyeperai^ ^eot KaAeoucrf" Kat TrdAt^ ez^ Ne/uteo-et* 
" Mo'A', 5> Zei; fe^te Kat Kapate." Tr^AeKAet^?]? 8e Trore fxez> VTTO rwz^ 
r}iroprnjievov KaQrjvOat ^(TLV G.VTOV tv ry Tro'Aet " Kap?]/3a- 



263 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 



porvra, Trore Se JJLOVOV eK Ke^aXijs evbtKCLK^ivov Oopvfiov 

6 6' EforoXts ev rots ATJJOUHS T7vv9avoiJivo<s Trept 
<3z> avapeprjKOTtov e a8ou brjjjLay^y^v, a>s 6 
reXewatos* 

o rt Trep Kt(f)d\aiov T&V Karu>6ev ?Jyayey. 

87. Hdt. vi. 131. 

88. Ar. ^g. 1036 : 

KAEHN. 'H rcb, aKovcrov, etra bLaupwov Tore. 
cVrt yv^ry, refet Se AeW0' tepat? e 
6s Trepi roi; 6rj/aov TroXAot? Kco^co\^t 
wore Trepl VKV^VOKTI /3e/37]Kco?' TOZJ (TV 
irvpyovs re 



89. Plut. Per. 7 : C O 6e ITeptKA^j Wos /xez> wz^ o-(po8pa ror 
i>Aa/3etro. Kat yap e8oK66 Ileco'to'rparci) rw rvpavvu) TO 

tlvai, ri]V re (froovriv qbt'iav oixrav CLVTOV KOL rrjv yX&rrav 



rorro Trpoj r?)r ojuoiorryra. -TrXovrov 8e Kat yeVovs Trpoa-oVros 
\o.[Ji7rpov Kol (piXcDv, ot TrXertrroi' i^^vz/ai'ro, <po{3ovp.vo$ 
&6rjvai, TUIV fj.ev TTO\ITIK.G>V ovbv (-irpaTTtv, V 8e rats arparetat? 
ayaObs fa Kat (f)L\OKLvbvvos. 



90. Val. Max. viii. 9. &*tf. 2 : Fertur quidain, quum 
admodum senex primae contioni Periclis adulescentuli 
interesset, idemque iuvenis Pisistratum decrepitum iam 
contionantem audisset, non temperasse sibi quo minus 
exclamaret caveri illuin civem oportere, quod Pisistrati 
orationi simillima eius esset oratio. nee hominem aut 
aestimatio eloquii aut morum augurium fefellit. quid enim 
inter Pisistratum et Periclen interfuit, nisi quod ille armatus, 
hie sine armis tyrannidem gessit ? 



Beginning of his career. Attack on Kimon. 

91. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 27. 

92. Plut. Per. 10: 9 Hz; pv yap ets rwv KaTrjyopuv 6 



VTTO rov brifjiov 7rpo/3e^8Xr;/xei;o9 5 \6ovcrr]$ 8e Trpos avroi; r^ 

Kat 5eo)neV^? /xetStacras etTrez^' " ^H 'EkTuvUr], ypavs et, ypas et, 



87-97.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 269 

wj Trpdy/xara rr}\iK.avra Trpacro'eLV." ov JUTJP dAAd Kat Trpoj rov Xoyov 
AWcm?, TT/Z; irpo(3o\^v a^ocnov^fvos, Kat rG>v 
rbv Kt/xcora AvTrrjo-a? a 



93. Plut. 0im. 14 (see III. 59) : 'A7roAoyov/x ezw 77/36? roi>? 
OVK 'Itovcoy ed>?7 Ttpo^evtlv ov8e eo-a-aAair, uXova-itov QVTMV, 
6paTrva>vTat. Kat \afji(3ava)cnv, a\\a AaKeSat- 
Kat ayaTrcSz; TT)!' Trap' avroty evreAeiai^ Kat 
(ro)(f)po(rvvr]v, rjs ovbtva Trporifjiav TT\OVTOV, a\\a TrXovrifav and r&v 
TroAejuuoz; TJ]V TIO\LV dyaAXeo-^at. /ui/rjo-^et? 6e r?^? KpiVe 
6 Sr^o-tju/Sporos (frr](ri rrjv 'EA7rt^tKr]i' VTrep row Ktjuco^o? 

eTTt ra9 ^pa? roi; ITeptKAeoi;? (oSro? yap iji; raiz; KaTrjyopwv 6 
, ror 5e /xet8tci(7az;ra " Epa^s et " (fravai " ypaCj, S 
tKT], a>s Tr]\LKavra bLaTTpcLTTeaOaL 77 pay par a'" TrAr/z; ez/ ye rrj 
TTpaorcLTov ytvca-QaL rw Ktjuuozn Kat Trpos TT)Z; Karr^yopiav aTraf 
povov, axnrcp acpoo-LOv^vov. (15) tKivr]v /uez/ GUI; 



94. Demosth. 23 m ^Iris^. 205 : Kt/xwz/a, ort rr)^ Uapiav 



TO //?] ^a^arcj) frjjju&a-aL, TTVT7]KOVTa be TaXavra 



95. Plut. Per. 7 : 'ETret 5' 'AptcrretSr/j /uiei^ a7rore^z;//Ket Kat 
ejuuoroKAijj efeTreTTTcoKet, Kt/utcoi^a 6' at crrparetat ra TroAAa r^s 
'EAAdSos Ifa) Karet^oj;, ovra> 8r/ ^epcor 6 DeptKA^? rw 877^0) Trpoa-- 
fvijjiv kavrov, avrl T&V TrAova-iW Kat oAtya)z^ rd rail' 7roAA<3z; 
Kat TrerTJTCui/ cAojueroy Trapd TT)J> avrov <f)V(riv ^Ktora 8r;/uortKT)^ 
oucrar. 

96. Cic. c?e Ora^. iii. 34. 138 : Itaque hie doctrina, 
consilio, eloquentia excellens, quadraginta annos praefuit 
Athenis et urbanis eodem tempore et bellicis rebus. 

Plut. Per. 16. See below 160. 



Later Opposition to Perikles. 

Thukydides son of Melesias and the Organization of 
the Oligarchical Party. 

97. Plut. Per. 1 1 : Ot 5' dpto-roxpartKot jWytorop /xei; rjbrf rbv 
Kat TrpoaOev 6p<3rre? yeyoz^ora rcoi^ TroAtrai^, /3ovAd/xi^ot 6* 



270 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Oh. VI. 

o/xco? elvai TIVCL TOV trpbs avrbv avriraaa-o^vov V rr/ TroXa KOI TJ\V 
bvvafjLiv a/x/3Xwoi>ra, wore JZTJ KOfubrf fjLOvap^iav et^ai, 
TOZ> 'AXo)7reK770ez>, avbpct (TG>(j)pova Kdl KTjSeo-TTJZJ Kifji 
fvavTiaMrojjLtvov, os rJTTOV pJev &v -TroXe/xtKoy TOV Kt/xco^os', ayopato? 
8e Kat TToXtrtKO? juaA-Xov, olKovpS>v V aoret Kal Trept TO (Bfjfjia rw 
OepiKAet o-Ujot'TrAeKO/xei'os ra)(w rrji; -TroXtretay t? avriiraXov Kar- 
(Trr\crev. ov yap etaae roi/y KaXovs Kaya^oi/j KaXovfJilvovs avbpas 
Kat (rv^e^l^Oai irpbs rbv 6rj/xoz>, ws 

ro a^tco/za, x.o)pt? 8e biciKpivas Kat 
et? ravro rr/y TTCLVTCOV bvvamv fjL(3pL0r} yevopeviqv axnrtp enl vyov 
ponrjv eTrotr/ore^. 77^ /xei' yap e^ ^PX^ ? 8177X077 rt? VTrouXo?, (ScrTrep 
e^ crt8>/pa>, biacfropav VTiocn]\j.aivovo'a briiJLOTLKTJs Kat dptoroKpartKr/s" 
TrpoatpeVca)?, 77 5' Kivtoi> a/uXXa Kat ^tXortjata rwi' avbp&v 
rr\v lOfjirjv repovcra TTJ? Tro'Xecoj TO juei' brj[j.ov, TO 6' oXtyovy 
. Continued above V. 89. 



98. Ar. F<ssp. 946: 



Kat 

ras 



99. Schol. ad v. 947 : (0otrKir 18771; Xe'yet roz> MeX77o-tou) [['AXcoTre- 
Kr/^ez;]]. roOror 8e efcoo-rpc^Ktcrai/ 'A^?7^atot ra t' err? Kara roz^ vopov 
. . . (ort 8e 6 'AQrjvaiav bfjfJios ai(f)vyiav CLVTOV KaTayvovs eSTJ/xeuo-e 
rr)y ovaiav, Kat Trpos 'Aprafepfrji; r^K6 (f)vya>v, o-a^es Trotet '18o/xez>?js 
8ta rou /3' ro^ Tpoirov TOVTOV, Ci ol JJLZVTOL 'A$r;ratot airoi; Kat ye^ou? 
aticfrvyiav KaTeyvdHiav , 7rpo8t8o'^roj r^y 'EXXa8a, Kat avroi; 77 ovo-ta 
eSrjjotev^Tj.' "AXXco?. 0ouKv8t87fj MeX7;(Ttou vto? DeptKXet CLVTLTTO- 
XtrV(ra/utevo9. reVcrapes 8e etcrt 0o7jK7j8t8at 'AOrjvcuoi, 6 tcrropto- 
ypd(j)os Kat 6 FapyTyrrto? Kal 6 erraAoy Kat oSros p?7rcop apicrTOs 
Tvy\avcov, 6? Karr^yopTy^et? ez; rw 8iKaetZJ OTJK rfbvvridr] airoXoyria-aa-Qai 
VTrep eavTOv, aXX* wa-Trep eyKare^ojuerryy ea'xe TT)Z> yXwrra^, Kat ovrco 
Kare8tKao-^77, etra efcoo-rpaKto-^r/. "AXXcoy. Trpo? r^y la-Topiav. 
fjLrJTTOT 6 FleptKXet A^rt7roAtrev(rajotevo9. roCro 8e ^tXo'^opoy jaei' 
to-ropet. 6? oi;8e iravTrj yrwptjaos eyeVero' a.XX J 07j8e Trapa rot? 
8ta TO CTT' oXiyov o'TpaTetay ai(t)6VTa fJLTa KXecoro? CTTI 
KaTa^rj^io-OijvaL. ez^tot 8e, <3z; Kat 'A/xjota^to? TOTJ 
* Kat TOUTO 8e TjTrtSot Tts, tocTTrep TrpoztprjTai. 6 ytvo- 
daTpaKLa-fjibs ^(j)aivL TOV MeX^o-tou Kat TOZ^ 6(TTpaia(r6evTa. 



98-104.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 271 



eOTTOjUTTO? fJitVTOL 6 tOTO/HKO? TOV HaVTCLLVOV (f)T](rlv 

Tevo-acrOai ITeptKAet, aAA' OVK 'AvSporttov, dAAa Kat CLVTOS TOV 
MeArja-toi;). 

100. Plut. Praec. Ger. Eeip. 5 (Eth. 802 C): Ata TOVT fjv 77 
Kara IleptKAea TroAtreta ct Ao'y&> /*>/' 00? ^>7]crt QovKvbibrjs, " 8ry/xo- 
KpaTia, epy<> 6' ^TTO ro Trpwrou avbpbs ap\r) " 8ta r^z; TOU Aoyou 
bvvaiJiLV. TT\ Kat Kifji(DU ayaOos TJV Kat 'E^taAr^s Kat 
aAA' epa)T77^ets oSro? VTT' 'Ap^tSa/xov /3ao"tAecos TW^ 
7roTpov avro? i? IlepiKA^j TraAatet ^eArtoz; " OVK &i^ et^etrj 
*' ora^ yap eya> Kara^3aAa> TraAatW, Keti^os Aeycai; ju,^ 
Kat Tret^et rovs 



101. JcZ. JV'^c. 2 : v E*;eoTtz> oSz; wept NtKtou irp&Tov et7retz> o 
yiypafyev 'AptororeAi]?, ort rpefo eyero^ro /SAnorot raii; TroAtra)^ 
Kat TrarptKTjy e)(0^res ewotar Kat fyiXiav Trpbs TOV brjfjiov, NtKtas 6 
NtKryparou Kat ovKuStS)]? 6 MeArjKitov Kat Srj.pa^vqs 6 "Ayvavos, 
TJTTOV 5e ouro? ?) eKetz;of Kat yap ets bvvytvtiav a>? feVo? K Keco 
AeAot8opr;rat, Kat 6ta r6 /xr] IJLOVLJJLOV, aAA' Trafj.(f)OTpi^ov act r?J 
TrpoatpeVet -njs TroAtreta? 7reKArj^r] KdOopvos. iKftv&v 8e 
repos jmei; 6 0ouKv8t5T|s ?Jz;, Kat TroAAa Kat ITeptKAet 
rail' KaX&v Kat ayadu>v Trpot'orajue^oj 



102. Jc^, Per. 8 : Ata/x^/izo^everat 8e rt? Kat 0ouKDt8oi> rou 
MeA?](7tou Aoyo? et? r^z; 6etz;or?7ra rou ITeptKAeoi;s /otera TratStaj 
etpr^joteVo?. ^ fxei' yap 6 ovKuftt'Srjs rwy KaAw^ Kat ayaO&v avbp&v 
Kat TrAeto-roz; arTeTroAtrcvcraro rw ITeptKAet \povov 'Ap)(t8a/j,oi; 8e 
rov AaKbai}j.ovia)v /SaortAeo)? TTVvdavo^vov } 7TOTpov avros 
TraAatet {$4\Tiov ""OTCIV" etTre^^eya) Kara/StiAoo TraAa^cor, 
a>s ov TreVTcoKe, z>iKa Kat jaeraTret^et rovs opoirraj." 



103. Plat. J/6910 94 D : 'AAAa yap torcos 6 QovKvbibrjs $av\os $v, 
Kat OVK rftray aiira) irAetorot <pi\oi ' A.6t)vaL(i)V Kat ra>^ av^iJid^cov ; 
Katrot otKtas jueyaA7]s ^i; Kat edwaro jueya ei^ rrj Tro'Aet Kat ei> rots 
aAAots "EAAr/o-tz;. 

104.- Plut. Per. 14: Twi> 6e Trept roy QovKvbibriv prjTopuv Kara- 
(3ou>vT(av TOV DeptKAeov? a>5 cnraO&VTos ra \pr}^ara Kat ray Trpocr- 
o'Sous aTToAAvi'roj, 9}pa)rr](rei; ^ KK\i](Tiq. TOV bfjpov, et TroAAa 

" /XT) " 



272 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 



" vjjilv, aAA' fjiol btbcLTTavrio'Oto), KOL TU>V ava0r]iJi&Ta)v Ibiav 

Troi?7o-o/oiai TT]V eiTLypatyrjv" ZLTTOVTOS ovv TCLVTCL TOV 

etre rqv jueyaAo^poawrjzj avrov Oav^aaavre^ eire Trpo? TJ]V boav 

CLVTL(f)L\OTLfJLOVIJiVOL T&V py(i)V, CLVZKpayOV KtXtVOVTCS K T&V 8r]/OtO- 

<TL<>V ava\icrKLV KOL ^oprjyelv jarjSei'oj (fxibo^vov. reAos 8e irpos 
TOV @ovKvbi$r]v et? ay&va irepl TOV darpaKou Karaora? Kat OLCIKIV- 
bvvtva-as tKeivov ^v ^J3a\ 

TCLlpLaV. 

Plut. Per. 1 6. See below 160. 



105. [Arist.] Resp. Ath. 28. Cic. J5r^. vii. 27. 

106. Ar. ^cc^. 296 : 

07T60? 8e TO 0~UfJL(3o\OV 

Aa/3oWes eTretra 
crtov 



CLT:av(ji* 
raj ^juerepas </u'A.aj. 
Katrot rt Aeyco ; 0tA 
yap XP^ f*' 



Perildes' 1 position strengthened. 

107. Thuc. ii. 65. 4. 

Plut. Per. 15, 16. See below 160. 



Teachers and Friends of Perikles. 
Damon. 



108. Plut. J.TO! I : T<5 8' oorpaKw -Tras 6 8ia So^ar T) yez^oy ^ 
Aoyou bvvafjuv VTTp TOVS -TroAAovs vo{jii6iJLvos inrtTrnrTev' OTTOV KOI 
Aa/^icoy 6 ne/HKAe'ouj 8t8ao-KaAo?, ort ro fypovciv e8oKt rt? eii 
Treptrros, 



109. Id JVic. 6 : 'OpG>v 8e (NtKtas) rwy er Aoy<p 8uz;ard>i; 17 ra> 
(frpovclv oLa<f)p6vT(i)v OLTTo^jp^^vov t? ei/ta rats fyireipiais rbv brj^ov, 
v(f)opa>ij.vov 8' del Kat (^vXarro^vov TT\V btivonqra Kat KoAovovra TO 



105-116.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 273 



al TT)I> 8o'far, o>? brj\ov rjv rfj FleptKXe'ovs KarabUrj Kat T(t> 
Adpowos efooTpaKio-juo) K.r.X. 

110. Plat. Lack. 180 C: NIKIA2. Kat yap aira> /xot 
avbpa 7rpovtvr)(T T<p vtet 

pa6j]Tj]v Adjucova, avbp&v yapiivraTov ov povov rr\v 
dXAa Kat raAAa oTroVa /3ouAet ciftoy (rw8tar/H/3eizJ 

VCLVL(TKOl$. Cf. 119 



111. Steph. Byz. : y Oa, 8^/uos TTJ? 

... 6 ... brjjjiOTrjs "OaOtv Xeyerat " 



112. Isocr. 15 cfe Permut. 235: ITepiKX^? 6e Suoii; eye^ero 
HaOr]Tris, 'Az^afayopou re rou KXafo/xez;tou Kat Ad/acoi/os rod Kar' 
Klvov rov xpovov ^)poz/tjua>rdroi> So^arro? eti/at T&V 

113. Plut. Per. 4 : Ai8d<TKaAoz> 6' avroO r&v IJLOVO-IK&V 
AdfjLODva yevzardaL Keyovviv, ov ^>ao-t Seti' roi/ro/xa fipaxwovras rr]v 
TTporepav (Tv\\a(3riv K(f)^piV 'Apto-roreXrjs ^e Trapa HvOoKXtibri 
/uou<rtKTji> bianovriOrjvaL rbv avbpa (pricrCv. 6 8e Ad/xo)i; eot/cez; aKpos 
a>v o-o^toTT]? Kara8veo-^at jaez^ ets TO rfjs fioixrtKrj? ovo^a Trpos rows 

os rj]v Set^orr/Ta, rw 6e TTeptKAet (TVVTJV 
T&V TIO\LTIK.&V d\L7TTrjs Kat 8t8ao-KaAo9. ov 
rfj Xvpa irapaKaXv^aTL xpca/xez^o?, dAA* a>? 
Kat <f>iXorupavvo$ efaxrrpaKto-fl?] Kal TrapeVx^ Tots KcojatKOt? 
6 yovv nxdrcoz; Kat TrvvOavdfJievov CLVTOV nva 7r7roir]Kv ovrca* 
Ilpairo^ /mez; ow juot Aefoz;, avTifioXti' a~v yap, 
&s (f)a<rLVj 6 Xetpcoz; e^Opftyas TTeptKAea. 

114. Diog. Laert. ii. 5 (19) : 'AKowas 6e (2a)Kpdr^?) 'Az;afayopov 
Kara rtras, dAXa Kat Ad/xcoro?, a>y 'AAefarSpos cr AtaSoxats, 

TT)I> Ktivov KaraStKryz; StrjKoucre^ 'ApxeXdou rou 

115. [Arist.] Eesp. j4#L 27. 



116. Plut. Per. 4 : 'O 6e TrXetara FleptKXet (ruyyei>o/xz>os Kat 
ra 7rept^t9 oyKov avrw Kat (ppovtj^a 8r]jutaya)ytas e/x/3pt^^(rre- 
pou, oXcos re /xerecopto-as Kal owedpa? ro dftcojua roO ^ov?, 
'Az;aayo'pas- ?J^ 6 KXafojuteVto?, Si; ot ror' d^^pcoTrot NoOv irpoa-- 
rjyoptvov, etre rr^i; (ru^eo-tz; avroi) joteydXrjy ets (^)V(rtoXoytay Kal Treptr- 

T 



274 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 

TT]V tuaufxiv&rav davfjiaa-avres, et0' ort rots oAoty Trpwros ov Tvyj]v 
ovb* avd"/K7]v o'taKocr/x^crecos ap^rjv, dAAd vovv e7recrr?]<re Ka6apbv Kat 
aKparov v /ote/ixiy/jieVotj TTCLO-L rot? dAAots airoKpivovra raj 6/uoio- 
/aepetas. Cf. ifticZ. 1 6 (160 below) ; Them. 2. 

117. Cic. cZe Ora. in. 34. 138: Quid Pericles'? de cuius 
dicendi copia sic accepimus, ut, quum contra voluntatem 
Atheniensium loqueretur pro salute patriae severing, tamen id 
ipsum, quod ille contra populares homines diceret, populare 
omnibus et iucundum videretur ; cuius in labris veteres 
Comici, etiam quum illi male dicerent (quod turn Athenis 
fieri licebat), leporem habitasse dixerunt tantamque in eo 
vim fuisse, ut in eorum mentibus, qui audissent, quasi aculeos 
quosdam relinqueret. at hunc non clamator aliquis ad 
clepsydram latrare docuerat, sed, ut accepimus, Clazomenius 
ille Anaxagoras, vir sumnius in maximarum rerum scientia. 
Cf. Val. Max. viii. 9 ext. 2. 

118. Plat. Phaedr. 269 E : 2HKPATH2. Oacrai, 6Vai jueyaXat 
T&V Txv>v, TTpoabtovrai aSoAeo^a? Kat ^erewpoXoyta? <jf)wea)s (270) 
Trepr ro yap v\l/rj^6vovv TOVTO /cat Travrrj T\(riovpy6v OiKV VTV- 

QtV 7T00V L(TLVaL. O Kal He/H/cA^? TTpO? TO) V(f)Vr]S tlvCLl KT7](7arO* 

yap, otjutat, rotovrw OVTL 'Arafayopa, fierecapoAoytaj 
KOI ITTI <f)V(riv vov re Kat avoids dc^tKo/ueros, 8>v brj Trept 
roz; TTO\VV \6yov eTrotetro 'A^afayopa?, tvrtvQtv etAKua-ei; eirl rr\v 
Ao'ycoz; Ttyyr\v TO Ttpoarfyopov avrij. 

119. Id. Ale. i. 118 C: AAKIBIAAH2. Aeyerat ye rot, a> 

, OVK airb ra^ro/xdrov o-o$os yeyo^eVat, dAAd TroAAot? Kat 
(rvyyeyoz;ez;at, Kat YlvOoKXeibri Kat 'Auafayo'pa* Kat vvv ert 
r?]AtKoi;roj &v Ad/xtoi't VV(TTLV avrov TOVTOV eWKa. 

120. Plut. Per. 6: Ov y*6vov 6e ravra r^y 'Azjafayo'pou crvvov- 
o-tas aTre'Aaixre IleptKA^j, dAAa Kat 8eto-t6at/xo^^aj 8oKet yez^eV^at 
Ka0i>7re'prepos, oa-?]z; Trpo? rd fierewpa 0d/x/3o? erepyd^erat rots amG>v 
re roimoy rds atrt'a? dyz/ooua-t Kat Trept rd 0eta 8atjuto^<3(rt Kat 
raparro/xeVotj 6t' aTretptW avr&Vj fjv 6 tyvo-LKOs Ao'yos a7raAAdrra)i; 
dfrt rr)s ^>o/3epaj Kat (/)Aeyjuat^ovcr/]s 5eto"t8atjuo^tay rr)i> a 

/uer' \7TLO(t)v ayaO&v cvcrefieiav epydferat. Ae'yerat 6^ -Trore 
K(f)aX.riv e dypou rco ITeptKAet KOiAi(r6fjvai, Kat Adju 
ror fJLavTLv, a>s et8e ro Ke'pas l(r^ypov Kat o-repeoi/ eK /xeVou row 
VKo's, et7retz>, ort 8vetz; ova&v tv rfj TroAet 



117-123.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 275 

TT/J QovKvbibov Kal HeptKAeous, ts era Treptomjo-erat ro Kparos Trap* 
a> yerotro TO o-?7juetor* ror 5' 'Arafayo'par rov Kpaviov StaKOTreVros 
e7Tt6etat ror eyKe'<aAor ov TreTrArjpcoKo'ra rrjr fiacnv, dAA' ofur 
eS0"7rep a>or eK rou TTO.VTOS dyyetou (rurcoA to~0?7 Kora Kara ror TOTTOV 
eKetror, oOev fj pi fa rov Ke'paroy et^e r^y apx 7 ? 1 '' Ka ' r rre M ez; 
Oavfjiao-Oijrai rov 'Avaayopav VTTO r&v TrapovTw, oAtyw 5' va-repov 
TOV AajoiTTco^a, roi; /uer 0ot;Ku8t8ou KaraXvOevTOs, T&V be rov Srjjutoi; 
TrpayjuarcozJ 6/xaAws aTr^roor VTTO r&> flepiKAet yero/xercoz;. eKwAve 8' 
ovbev, ot/xat, Kat ror (frvaLKov tinrvyxaveiv taal rov IJLCLVTIV, rov JJLZV 
rj]v alriav, rov be ro reAo? KaXQs eKXanfiavovros' VTreKetro yap r<3 
jueV, eK rtVcor yeyove /cat TTW? 7T^>VKe, Oewprja-aL, rw 8e, ?rpos rt 
yeyore Kat rt o-ry/xatret, TrpoetTretr. ot 8e rf}? atrtas r^ cvpeviv 
avaipecriv etvai Xtyovres rov o-^juetou ov/c einvoova-iv a/xa rot? Oetois 
Kal ra rexyrjra rG>v (ru/x/SoAcoz; d^eToSrres, \l/6(f)ovs re bi(TKu>v Kol (^wra 
Kal yv&\i.QV(&v d-TToo-Ktao-juovj* cSv e/caoToz> atrta riz^t Kat 
elvai nvos TreTrotr^rat. raura /xez> ou^ tcrcos erepa? 
eart Trpayjutaretas. 

121. jT^^cZ. 35 : v H5r7 8e -TreTrA^pco/xez/coz; r<3i; rewr Kat roO 
vj avafBejBrjKoros eirl rrjv kavrov rptrypr/ ror juter i]\iov 
(rvvefir) Kal yeveaOai CTKO'TO?, K7r\ayrjvai be iravras a>? Trpo? 

(Tr]^eiov. op&v ovv 6 FTeptKArj? 7rept^>o/3or ror Kvfiepvr\ri)v Kat 
, dz/eV^e rrjy )(Aa/utv8a Trpo T^J ov/^eco? avroC, Kat Trapa- 
. /a?) rt beivov rj beivov rtz^oj otcrat o-^/metor' a>? 8' 
OVK e<^>?7, Tt our, etTrer, Ktro ro^rot; ($ta(/>epet, 7rA?V ort pelfov rt 
r^9 )(Aa^v8os eart ro TreTrotTjKoj rr)r eina'Korrjo'LV ; raCra jaer ow er 
rat? o-^oAats Aeyerat r<2r tyiXovofytov. 

122. Cic. cZe re >ufc. i. 16. 25: Atque eiusmodi quiddam 
etiam bello illo maximo, quod Athenienses et Lacedaemonii 
summa inter se contentione gesserunt, Pericles ille, et 
auctoritate et eloquentia et consilio princeps civitatis suae, 
quum obscurato sole tenebrae factae essent repente, Athenien- 
siumque animos summus timor occupavisset, docuisse civis 
suos dicitur id, quod ipse ab Anaxagora, cuius auditor fuerat, 
acceperat, certo illud tempore fieri et necessario, quum tota 
se luna sub orbem soils subiecisset: etc. Cf. Val. Max. viii. 
ii ext. i. 

123. Eusebius (Sync. 483. 16): 'HAt'ot; eKAet\/nj. (Sync. 
483. 17): 'Arafayo'pas 0r?}o-Ket. Hieron. 01. 79. 4: Solis facta 

T a 



276 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 

defectio. 01. 80. i : Anaxagoras moritur. Vers. Arm. 01. 
79. 3 : Sol defecit. Anaxagoras obiit. 

Zeno. 

124. Plut. Per. 4: At??Kowe 6e IlepiKX?}? /cat Zrjvavos TOV 
'EXearov TTpay/uiareuo/xeVov Trept Qvcriv, a>s Ilap/AeyiSr 
Be' rira Kal OL avriXoyias KaraKXtiova-av ci? airopiav 
efiz>, a$o"7rep Kal TIJUCOZ; 6 <I>Xiao-i09 flprjKt 6ia rovrcov 

re /uteya o-^eros OVK 



125. Plat. ^IZc. i. 119 A: 212KPATH2. J AAXa r<3z; 

5 AOrjvaitov TJ r&v tvu>v bovXov 17 eXev^epov etire, oorts alriav 
bia Tqv UepiKXeouj <rvvovcrtav orotytoTepos yeyo^eVat, o3o"7rep eya) 
o~oi flirelv 5ia rr)y Z^z/co^oy riv^oScopo^ TOZ/ J I(roXo)(ov x 
r6v KaXXiaSou, (5z> e/carepoy Zrji;a)^t eKaror juiz/a? reXeVas o-o(f>6s re 
Kat eXXoytjuos yzyovcv. 

Pheidias. 

126. Dio Chrys. xii. 55, p. 402 R. (342 Emp.) : ITpo? 6^ rai;ra 
TV)(6v etTrot ai^ ^etSta?, are az/7)p ov/c ayXcorro? o^Se dyXwrrov 
TToXecos, ert 6e a-vv^6r]s Kat eratpos ITeptKXeovy K.r.X. 

For Pheidias' connexion with the Parthenon, see IV. 80 ff. 



Trial. 

127. Ar. Pa# 605 : 

rip<3ra fj.v yap rjp&v arrj? 4>et8tay TTpaas 
etra Hepi/cXe"^? <^o/3?7^ets fx,^ ^rda-^oL rrjs 
TCLS (j>V(TLS vjJL&v 6e8otKO)s Kal ror avToba Tpoirov, 
Ttplv TraOew n $Lvov CLVTOS, e^e'(/)Xefe rr)z; 770X1^, 
fjifia\(i)v (TTTLvOfjpa fJiLKpbv MeyapiKoC \^^^)t(rjuaros K.r.X. 
Schol. Xeyovo-t 8e rt^es a>9 4>et6tov rov dyaX^aroTroioi; 
TrapaXoy^eo-^at r^z/ TroXtr Kal (frvyabevOevros, 6 ITeptKX^y K.r.X. . . . 
(aXoyo? 8e <au/erai ^ Kara IleptKXeoi;? vTroVota, eTira erecrt Trpo- 
repoz/ rrjs TOV TroXeVov ap\rjs r&v Trept 3>ei8iW yez^o/uieVcoj;.) See 
IV. 81. 

Plut. Per. 31. See IV. 82. 
Diod. xii. 39. See IV. 93. 

128. Suidas: 4>ei5tas, ayaX/xaro-rrotoV 6s 






124-133.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 277 



et/coVa TTOLr)(T. ITe/otKAT/y 8e em rot? az;aA&)juao-t rarely 
(raro Trezrr^Kozrra rdXa^ra, /cat tz>a /u,r) < ray evOwas, 



Family Relations of Perikles. 
His Marriage and Divorce, &c. 
Pint. Per. 24. See below 141. 



Children. 

129. Plat. Protag. 314 E : 'Efijy 5' aro> crv/xTrepieTrarow e/c 
juezj ror) 7rl ddrtpa KaAAi'a? 6 'ITTTTOZ/IKOI; Kal 6 a8eA.(/>o? avroO 6 
ofjio^TpLos, Yldpa\os (315) ricpwcX^oiiy, xat XapfJLtbrjs 6 

ex 8e roO em Qdrepa 6 ere/ooy ra>y IleptKAeous Har^tTTTroy /c.r.X. 

130. Plut. Per. 36 : C O yap Trpco-jBvTCLTos CLVTOV T&V 
vi&v Haz/^67r7T09 (f>v<Ti re SaTravrjpbs iuv Kal yuvcuid via Kal 
reAet OTVVOIK&V, Tia-dvftpov Ovyarpl TOV 'ETTiAvKou K.r.A. 



Education of his Children. 

131. Plat. Ji/e7io 94 A : 2&KPATH2. Et 5e jSovAet, 

f/eyaAoTrpeTTwy aocfrbv avbpa, olo-O* on bvo vtet? 
IlapaAoi; Kat Ha^tTTTroz; ; ANTTO2. "Eyajye. 212. Tovrovs 
a)? olaOa Kal (rv } iinreas juei' e8t6a^ez^ ov$vos ^eipovs 'AOrjvaiav, Kal 

Kal ayaviav Kal raAAa eTratSevo-ez^, oo-a T\vr]s 
x et/ P OV9< y^ovy 6e a/oa avbpas OVK 
eV, e^SovA^ro, dAAa /x,^ O^K 77 



s adopted Children. Alkibiades and Kleinias. 

132. Plut. -AZc. 1 : T6 'AAKt^StdSou yeVoy avadev Evpvo-aKrjv TOV 
AlavTos apyjiybv \iv boKL } Trpoy 8^ ^rjrpbs 'AAKjuatcaz;t8ryy ^ e/c 

yeyoi>a>y r^y MeyaKAeovy. 6 8e TTarrjp avrov KAetz^tay 
rpt?}pt Trepl 'Apre/utto-toz; eySofcoy erau/zdxrycre^, vcrrepov 
be Botcoroty /xaxojue^oy Tiept Kopcoi'eta^ direOavf. Tou 5e 'AAxt- 
pidbov rTe/3tKA?jy Kat 'Aptypcav ol Eav6L7nroVj TTpoo-^Kovres Kara 
yeVoy, eTrer/ooVevoi'. 

133. Corn. Nep. -AZc. s : Educatus est in domo Pericli 
(privignus enim eius fuisse dicitur), eruditus a Socrate. 



278 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 

socerum habuit Hipponicum, omnium Graeca lingua loquen- 
tium ditissimum, ut, si ipse fingere vellet, neque plura bona 
eminisci neque maiora posset consequi, quam vel natura vel 
fortuna tribuerat. 

134. Diod. xii. 38. 3 : ' AbrjfjLovovvros 8 s avrov Trept rovro>i>, 

6 d8eAcf>t8o{;s, optyavbs &v, rpe<o'/zei>os -nap avrw, Tra?? 
iav, cKfyoppqv avrai Trape'cr^ero rrjs Trep 
aTToAoyta?. 

135. Plat. Ale. i. 1 04 A: Ovbevos <?)? &vQp&Tr(t>v 

etj ovSeV TO. yap vTrapyjovra (TOL /xeyaXa tlvai, coore fj,T)bvbs 8et(7^ 
rov crwjuaroj apdfj,va reAevrw^ra cts rrjz; \jfv\riv. otet yap 

Trpairoi; /jie^ KaXXtoro? re /cat /Lteyioros Kat roCro /xz^ 8r) 
brj\ov tdeti; on ov -^evSet , ejretra rea^tKcoraroi; yeVou? ei; TJ^ 
Tro'Xet, ovo-^ //eytVrr/ rwz; 'EAA.ijittdfioi', Kat ZvravOa Trpo? 
re (rot ^>tXov? Kat fvyyeret? TrAetVrov? etrat Kat dpto-rovj, ot 
et rt 8eot vnrjpfTolev av crot, rovrco^ 6e rois Trpo? pjrpo 
oi/8 J eAarrovj. vfjL7rdvTa>v 5e 5^ eTTroz^ juetfa) otet (rot 

FTeptKAea roy Ha^tTTTrov, oz; 6 Trarrjp knirpOTiov Kare'At-Tre 
crot re Kat rw a8eA(^)w. 

136. J6icLu8D: 2HKPATH2. Tt ow ; e'xt9 eiTreti^, nepiKArjs 
rtW TToi7](T (Totyov, CLTTO T&V vUu>v ap^dfjievos ; AAKIB1AAH2. Tt 8', 
et r&) IleptKAeouy we'e T]At^ta) eye^eV^r, w 2wKpares ; 212. 'AAAa 

rov (roi> d8eA(^or. AA. Tt 5' ai> aS KAeti'taz; Aeyotj, 



137. Id.Protag. 320 A: Et 8e (3ov\i, KAetyta^, roy *AAKt/3ta8ot; 
rovrovt recorepoz; d8eA^)oV, eTTtrpoTrevcov 6 avro? ovros di'Typ fleptKA?}?, 
8e8to>s Trept avroi;, /x^ biatyOapfj br) vif 'AAKt/3ta8ou, aTroo-Trao-as 
rovrou, Ka.TaO[jLVos tv ' Api<ppovo$ e7rat8eve* Kat 
yeyoi'ei'at, a7re6a)Ke rovrw OVK \(^v 6 rt xpr]cratro 



brother Ariphron's son Hippokrates. 
C. I. A. i. 273 vs. 3. See I. 108. 

138. [Demosth.] 59 inNeaer. 104 : ^ij^to-jua Trept FIAaraieW. 
TTTTOKparT]? etTre HAarateas eti^at 'A^z/atous aTro r7J(r8e r^s T/ 

KaddiTfp ot aAAot 'A^rjz;atot K.r.A.] 
Cf. Thuc. iv. 66. 3 ; 67. i ; 101. 2. 



134-141.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 279 

Perikles* cousin Euryptolemos. 
Plut. Per. 7. See above V. 92. 

Isodike wife of Kimon. 

139. Plut. dm. 4 : ArjAo? 8 J eort Kat Trpds 'lo-oStKrjz/ rr]v Evpv- 
juez> Ovyarepa rov MeyaKAeoi;?, Kara PO'JUOUS 5' avra> 
6 Kt'/ucoi> e/u,7ra0eaTepoz> 8tare0ets Kat bva'tyoprja'as 
va-ris, et rt 8et TeK//,aipe<r0at rat? yeypa/xfxeWt? CTTI Trappy opiq 
TOV TTtvOovs eAeyeiats Trpos O.VTOV, &v TlavaiTios 6 ^tAoVo^o? oterat 
^z; yeyovtvai TOV (frvviKov 'Ap^tkaov, OVK. aTro rpoirov rots 



. 1 6. See above V. 82. 

Euryptolemos the Younger. 
140. See Xen. Hellen. i. 4. 19 ; 7. 16. 



141. Plut. Per. 24 : 'E-rret 8' 'Ao-Trao-ta yapi^opevos Soxet irpaai, 
TCL Trpos 2a/atovs, fvravOa av etrj Katpo? 8ta7rop?j(rat /utdAta-ra Trept rfjs 
avOputirov, riva rtyvj]V i] 6wa/xtz/ Too-avrrjv \ovcra T&V re 7roA.trtK<3z> 
rows Trpcorevovraj ex^tpcoo-aro Kat rot? ciA.oo-o'(/>ot9 ou fyavKov ou6' 
oKiyov inrep avrfjs TrapeVxe Ao'yor. ort /uer yap 771; MtXr^dta yeVos, 
OvyaTTjp, 6/xoXoyetraf c^ao-t 8' avrrjy apyr]\iav riva T&V 
'Idbcav &]\tixra(Tav eTTt^eo-^at rot? Si'^arcordrot? avbpd(Ti. 
Kat yap 17 apyrjXta ro r' etSo? evTrpeTT^? yevojJLevrj Kat ^dpiv 
/mera Setwr^ro? TrXeto-rot? juev 'EAA^coy (rvvtoKrja-ev ardpao-i, 
8e 7rpoo"7rotT7(re jSao^tAet roi>? TrXr^crtdo'avra? avrf), Kat rats 7roA.(rt 



rr)z> 8' 'Aa-irao-Cav ot fxev a>? a-o^)?}^ rtz/a Kal 
VTTO roO HepiKXeovs o*7T07;8ao-^?iz;at Aeyovo-f Kat yap SoaKparrj? la-rtz; 
ore jutera r<^ yrcoptjucor e^otra. Kat ra? yvz/atKas aKpoao-o/x^as ot 

ozJ ets avrrfv, KatTrep ov K0(r/uttou TT pocffTuxrav epyao~tas 



t Kat Avo-tKXe'a rcw 7rpo/3aroKa7rr]Xo^ ef dyevz^ovs Kat 
(jivaiv 'AQTjvaiav yev<r&ai Trp&rov 'AdTraa-ta crvvovra /nerd r^ 
reAevr^w. ey 8e rai Mi>efeVa> ra> DAdrcoro?, et Kat 



2 8o BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. VI. 



ra Trpaira y^ypaTrrat, roa-ouroV y' taroptay eWariz;, ort boav 
TO ywatou eTTt pTjroptKrJ TroAAoty 'AQrjvaiav 6/xtAety. </>atverat 
fjia\\ov epcortK?) rty ^ rou ITeptKAeous ayaTTTja-iy yzvoptvr) Trpoy 
yv fxei> yap avra> yw?) Trpoo-^KOwa /uez> Kara yeVo?, 
ta 5' C l7r7roia/ca> Trporcpov, ef ov KaAAtai' ereKe r^z; 
8e Kat Trapa rai ITepiKAet zavOiintov K.GLI YlapaXov. tra 
wa-ecos ou/c ovo-7]? a{irot9 apeo-r?J9, fKLvr]v jaey erepw 
b(^KVj avros 8e T^V 'Acnracriav Aa/3a>y 
Kal yap eftci)^ ws <ao-i, Kat eto-twz^ aTr' ayopas 
avTT]v fAera TO Kara^tAetr. e^ 8e rats KcojutwStat? 'O/x^c^A?] re 
Kat Arjt'dVeipa Kal TraAtv "Hpa -Trpoa-ayopeverat. Kpartz/os 6' 
avrrjv etpr/Keu ei/ rovrots* 
f/ Hpai; re ot 'Aa-Traa-taz; rtKret KaraTrvyoorui/7] 



6oKet 6e Kat roz; ro'0oz; IK ravri]s reKz/wo-at, Trept ov 
Ei/TroAts er Ary/xots avrov fjiev ovrco? epcoroi^ra* 



6e 

Kat TraAat y' a^ ijz; az/^p, 
et ft?) ro r?j? iropvris V7ra>ppa)8et KCIKOV. 
8e rr)z^ *A<nra<razJ ovopacrT^v Kat 
Kat Kvpoz; roz; 7roAefxrJcra^ra /3a(rtAet -Trept r?js 

rr)y ayaTiu^^ivriv VTT avrov /mdAio-ra rwz; TraAAaKtScoz/ 
orojaao-at Ka\ov^vrjv MiAra) Trporepor. ?Jv Se 
ro yeVoj, 'EpjLtort/Aov 6vydrr]p' kv be rfj ^d\rj Kvpov 
a7ra)(^etcra -Trpoy /SacrtAe'a TrAetoroz; tcrj(U(re. raura /jiev 
rrj fJLvrnjirj Kara rr)!' ypa<^j]v aTruxracrOaL KOL TrapeA^eti' to-coy a 

OptoTTOV tfv. 

Continued above III. 239. 

142. Plat. Jfcneoj. ^35E: 2I2KPATHS. Kat e/xol /mev ye, ai 
Me^e^ei^e, o^8e^ dav^aa-rov ota> r' etrat etTretv, co ruy^az^et St8a- 
a-KaAos oS(ra ov Traz^v ^avArj Trept pr]TOpLKrjs, aAA 5 ^Trep Kat aAAouy 
Kat aya^oi;? TreTrotrjKe pryropay, eW 6e Kat bia<ppovTa T&V 
;, ReptKAea roz; HavOiTniov. MENEHENO2. Tty avrr; ; 
77 87/Aov ort > A(T7rao'ta^ Ae'yety ; 

Schol. ac^ ^oc. J A(T7rao-taz;] atfrrj 'A^to^ov, MtAr^crta, yvi/^ ITept- 
KAe'ovy, Trapa ScoKpciret Tre^tAoo-o^rjKVta, a>y Aio'dtopos ej' rai Trept 
MtA^rou o-vyypd^xari (j)rj(riv. eTrey?jjotaro 6e /xera roz> 
Qavarov Aua-tKAet r&> 7rpo/3aroKaTT?jAa>, Kal ef avrou 






142-144.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 281 

dro/xart TlopKTTTJv, Kat rov AucrtKAea prjropa beivoraTov /care- 
o-KeudVaro, KaOanep Kat ITeptKAea brjfjirjyopflv Trapeo-Kevao-er, a>y 
6 ScoKpartKo? ez> StaAo'ytp KaAAta Kat llAara>z> o/xotW 
1 KpanVos 8e 'O/x^aAry rvpavvov avrj]v KaAet, y^iputv 
Ev7roAt? <J>^Aot? * ez; 8e IIpoo-TraArtots 'EAeVryy avrj]v KaAei' 6 
8e Kpartros Kat "Hpai^, to-cos on Kat rTtpiKArls 'OAi^ju-Trtos Trpoo-- 
r)yopVTo. Za")( 8e e^ avr^j 6 Ile/HKATJs vo^oz; vlo^ e(/)' w Kat ereAevra 



ov. 



143. Suidas : 'AdTrao-ta. iro\v0pv\r}Tos yiyovtv avrrj. yv 

8e Trepl Aoyovs. 

a/ota Kat pci)p.vr]v etz^at. SoKet 8e Suotz; TroAeju^^ atrta 
t, rov re 2a/utaKo Kat roO rifAoTroiwjrriaKou. 8oKet 8e Kal ef 

L TltpiKXrjs rbv o^vv^ov avr ITeptKAea roz^ voO 
r/ Ort 'Ao-mKTUU 8vo eratpat. rrj 8e jutta rovra)z^ eKe'xp^ro 6 
01 i}z; opyto*^ets eypax/Ae ro Kara Meyapea)!/ \^?}^)to-)ua, aTrayopeuoz; 
avrovs ets ras 'A^^a?. o^er ocelot etpyo'/uterot rwz; 
Trpoo-ttyvyov rot? AaKefiai/utoznots. ?y 8e 'Acnrao-ta 0-0$ t- 
o-rpta ?Jz/ Kat 8t8aa-KaAoj Ao'ycoz/ prjTopiK&v. wrepoz; 8e Kat ya/uerrj 
aiirou ytyovtv. 

Cf. Schol. in Ar. ^4c/L 527. 

144. Athen. xiii. 589 D : IleptKA^s 8e 6 'OAv/xTrio?, do? ^r/o-t 
KAeapxoy ez; Trpwrw 'Epcortxa)^ (/r. 35 7^. 1/T. (r. ii. 314), o 
Ao-Traa-tay ov r?}? z^ecorepas aAAa rr?? 2coKpdret rcj) o-o</>w 

js KatTrep rr]AtKoi;roz^ a^tco/xa <rweo"ea>S' Kat TroAtrtK^s 

ov (ru^erapafe Tiaaav rr]v 'EAAaSa ; ?Jz; 8' o^ros 
az>?)p Trpo? d(^po8to-ia Traru Kara<^epr}y oorts Kat rrj roC vtoi; ywatKl 
(ruvrjv, ws 2rr;o-(ft^poros 6 0acrios tcrropet, Kara rovs avrovs avrai 
Xpovovs yv6fjivos Kat ea)paKO)s avroV, ez' rw e-TTtypa^ojuteVa) irept ejuto-- 
Kat 0ovKv8t8ov Kat ITepiKAe'ovs. (-F 7 . ^T. (r. ii. 56 /r. 10) 
8' 6 2a)KpariKos epao-^erra (^rjalv avrbv 'Ao-Traa-tay 8ts 
rrjs Tyiuepas etVtoVra Kat etoWa a7r 5 avr^s do-Trafea-^at rrjz> avdpcmrov, 
s Trore avrTJ? ypatyyv do-e/Se^a? Aeycoz; VTrep avrijs TrAetora 
r) ore VTrep roi5 /3tov Kat r^s ovcrias eKtz^Sweve. Kat Kt/xcoz^o? 
8 EATTt^tKTy r?/ abeXcfrfj Trapaz^o'/xcos o-vz^oVros, et0' wrepoz; eKSo^etVr;? 
KaAAta, Kat </>vya8ev0eWos pia-Oov ^Aa)8e r^j KaOobov avrov 6 
ro ri7 'EATrtznKTj 



1 Meinekius ita emendavit : K/xmVos 6^ 'O^dAT/j/ aur^i/ ^aXef Xtipuffiv, rvpavvov 
*t'Aots. 



282 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 

Perikles son by Aspasia. 

145. Harpocr. : 'Aa-Traaia . . . jjivrj^ovevovo-L 8' avrrjs TroAAaKts 
fcal ot aAAot 2a>KpartKot, Kal IIAara>z> v ru> Mez>efeV(i) roz> ScoKpdYrjZJ 
Trap* avrrjs <?7o-t [JiaOeiv TO, -TroAtrtKa. r\v 8e TO fxez> yeVos MtArjo-t'a, 
Set^i) e Trept Ao'yovs* IleptKAeous 8e (frcKTiv avrrjv b&acrKaXov re a/xa 
Kal pu>fjLvr]v tlvai. 8oKet 8e 8votz; TroXe/ucoz; ama yeyo^eWt, roi; re 
2a/ottaKo{5 Kat roi; IleA.oTroi/^Tyo'taKoi), a>? eo~rt /xa0ey Trapa re AovptSos 
roi) SajJLLov (fr. 58 i^. iT. 6r. ii. 482) Kat 0eo<^pao-rou eK roi; 8 r roiz; 

cSv Kat eK rwz; 'Apt(rro(/)a^oi>y 'A^apvecor. SoKet 8e Kat e 
eo-)(7]Kez/at 6 ReptKA^' ror o^vv^ov avrw HeptKXea roz; voOov, 
cos jJL(f)aiveL Kat Ei/TroAts e^ rots A?j/>iots. Avo-tKXet 8e rai 
<rvvoiK.r\(Ta<Ta noptcrr^ o~xe^ cos 6 2a)KpartKos 

146. Plut. Per. 37 : 'TTroSe^a/uez/os aS6!ts ra 7rpciy//ara Kat o-rpa- 
rr^yos atpeflets rir^craro Xu^vat roi; Trept r<Sz; v66a>v vopov, ov CLVTOS 

irporcpov, cos jur) <navTaira(Tiv eprj/xta 8ta8ox^s roz; OIKOZ; 
rovvopa Kat ro yeVos. et^ 5' o#ra> ra 7;ept ror I'OJJLOV (see 
V. 124). wros ow Set^oi; roy Kara TOO-OVTGW Id^ixTavra v6[iov vn 
avrov TraAtr \v6ijvai TOV ypd^avros, fj jrapovcra bva-rvx^ T<J> DeptKAet 
Trepl rw otKOz;, a>s biK7]v TLVO. 8e5coKort rr)s VTrepox/^tas Kat r^s jueya- 

s, e7reKAao-e roi;s 'A6r]vaiovs, Kat 8o'faz;res auroz; 
re irade'iv dz^^pcoTrtVeos re Setcr^at crvve-^wprjo-av 
r z/o'^oz^ ets rovs ^>p(iropas ovo^a 0fjivov TO avrov. Kat TOVTOV 
v vcrrepov v 'Apyt^ouo"ats 
rtKTtivev 6 d"?j/xos //era rcoz/ 
Suidas Ary/xoTio^ros. See above V. 121. 
Harpocr. 'Ao-Trao-ta. See above 145. 



Scandal about Aspasia. 

147. Plut. Per. 36 : IIpos 8e rovrots Kat r^z; Trept r^s 
^v VTTO roi; aavOiinrov (frrjcrlv 6 2rr]o-tjmj3poros ets rous 

i, Kat oAcos avrjKto-rov a-^pi rrjs reAevr^s ra> 
-Tipos roy Trarepa 7rapa/xetz>at r?/ 
24. See above 141. 



alleged political influence. 
148. Ar. <AcA. 526 : 

ot Meyap^s o8vz>ais Tre^u 
'Aa-Tracrtas Tropva 



145-151.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 283 



KavTv0V dpxn TOV iroXtfjLov KaTppdyt] 
"EAArjo-t irao-iv e/c rpi&v XaiKao-rpi&v. 
Plut. Per. 24, 25. See above 141. 

149. Ibid. 30 : Meyapets 6e roz> 'Av0fJiOKpiTov $6vov dirapvov- 
TCLS atrta? ets 'AcrTrao-taz; /cat ITepiKAea rpeTroim, xP^M z;ot 
rots 7rept/3o?]TOi9 Kat Sr^ooSeo-i TOVTOIS eK T&V *A.\apvi(v (7Tt\i8tots' 

Hopvrjv 6e ^i^aLOav lovres MeyapaSe 
(525) veaviai K\^TTTOV(TL 
Ka^' ot Meyapet? 

avT^K\^fav 'Ao-Trao-tas vopvas bvo. 
See also 143-145 above. 



scandals about Perikles. 
Plut. Per. 10. See above 02. 
Jc. 0m. 14. See above 93. 
Athen. xiii. 589 E. See above 144. 

150. Plut. Per. 13 : Kat rouro TO> /xey <$>Q6vov, T 

, a>s eAev^epa? TOJ nept/cAet yu^atKas ets ra Ipya 

TOV <&ibiov. Aea/xej^ot 6e roy Aoyo^ ot 
7TO\\rjv ao-eAyetai; aiirou Kareo-Ke&ao-av, ets re rr)i> Mez/tTTTrou yvvcuKa 
faa(3dX\ovTS) avbpbs ^)tAou Kat VTTOO-T parity OVVTOS, et? re ras 
\dfjLTTOvs opviOorpo^iaS) 6? eratpoj a>z; fleptKAcoi)? alriav 
v(f)ivaL rats yvvaifw, at? 6 ITeptKA^j eTiArja-ta^e. Kat rt ai^ rts 
aciTvpiKovs rots /Stots Kat ra? Kara rz; KpeirroVajy 
o"7Tp baifjLovi KaKw rw (j)66vu> T&V 7roAA<Si' 
Kao-rore Oavfjida-eiev, OTTOV Kat 2rr7o-t'///3poroj 6 0ao-to? 8etr6z^ (W- 
/3r/juta Kat pvO&bes f^eveyKtlv ero'A/mrjo-ez; ts r^r yvpatKa rov vtoi; 
Kara roC DeptKAeous ; 

jPriaZ o/ Aspa&ia. 

151. Plut. Per 1 . 32 : ITept 6e roror> roz/ \P VOV 'Acnraorta S^Kryz; 
(f)vyv ao"e^3etas, *Ep//,t7r7rov roi; K^juwSoTrotoi) StcoKOz/ros Kat Trpoo"- 
Karrjyopowros, ws DcpiKAet yv^atKas eAev^^pas ts ro ai>rd ^otrwo-as 
VTrode'xotro. Kat ^(^Lo-fjia AtOTret^?]? cypatycv e^a-ayyeAAeo-^at rous 
ra 0ta ^/,T/ vo^L^ovra^ r) Aoyous Trept ra>^ jaerapo"ta)z; 6t6a 

ets IlcpiKAea 8t' *Ai/afayopou ri)^ virovoiav. 



ApaKo^rtSov ypd^avros 1 , O-TTCO? ot Ao'yot ra>v yj)Tf]^dr<^v viro 
ITeptKAeou? ts rovs TTpvrdrets aTrore^etey, ot StKao-rat rr)i> 
CLTTO TOV PCO/XOV (frtpovTts & rrj TTo'Aet KptVoui^. "Ayvaiv 6e rovro 



284 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. vi. 



d<etAe TOV ^rj^iVjuaro?, KpivecrOaL be TTJV 8tKr/z> eypa\fsev ev StKaorats 
XiAtoty Kal TfevTaKOcriois, etre KAOTTT/S Kal btopwv etr' dStKtou /3ovAotTO 
Tts ovofjiaCeiv rr\v 5&*ur 'Acnrao-Lav fj.V ovv ef//T?}craTo, 
7raz>u Trapa TTJZJ biKrjv, a>s Alcr^ivijs (^rjcriv^ ac^ety vTrep avrfjs 
KOL berjOels T&V StKaorwr' 'Ava^ayopav be </)0/3rj^ely efe7re/m\^e [xal 

TrpOV'K}Ji\l/\V K TT/S TToAeCOS. 

Athen. xiii. 589 E. See above 144. 
Cf. Cic. cfe /^v. i. 31. 51. 

Perildes Personal Manner. 

152. Plut. Per. 5 To^roi' ('Avaayopav) vTTp(j)vS>s TOV avbpa Oav- 
o HtpiKXfjs KOI r^s A^yo/xeVrj? jaerecopoXoyia? xat jaeraportoAe- 

/xe^oj ov juioro^, a>j eotxe, TO (f)poi>r]fJia vofiapov Kal TOV 
\6yov v\lsr)\dv et^e Kat KaOapbv 6y\iKrjs Kal iravovpyov /3caju,oAoxta?, 
aAAa Kal TtpocrtoTTov (rwracrty aOpvirros eis yeAcora Kat Trpaorrjs 
TTopeta? Kat KaraaroAr) Trept^oArjj TT/JO? ov^ (Kraparrofjievr] iraOos 
ev rw \eyLv Kal TrAdVjua (frwvrjs aOopvfiov, Kal oaa rotavra Traz^ras 
OaVfjiaaT&s efeTrArjrre. Aot8opov)utz;os yow Trore Kat KaKoaj CLKOVUV 
VTTO TIVOS T&V fit\vpG>v Kat aKoAaorcozJ oArji^ rj^pav VTre/xetye cricoTrrj 
Kar' ayopav, apa rt r<3^ e7retyo'i>ra)z> KaraTrparrojotez'os* eo-Trepaj 6' 

otKa8e TrapaKoAou^ovz^ro? rou avOptoirov Kal Tr 
ftka(r<prjfj,La vpbs avrov. w? e ejuteAAev etcrteWt 
, -Trpoo-erafe rtrt r<3i> otKerwr (^ws \aj3ovrL TrapaTr^jut^at Kat 
Kara0T7J(rat Trpos rr)i> olKiav TOV avOpMirov. 6 be TTOLrjTrjs "lav 
[jioOtoviKrjv (f)ri(TL TYJV ojmtAtar Kat VTTOTV^OV ttvai TOV IleptKAeous, Kal 
rats juteyaAavxtats airoC TroAA^z; vTTpo\l/Lav avaptiuyQai Kal Trept- 
(j)p6vr}<nv T&V a\\a>v CTratz^et 8e TO Kt/ucoz^o? 6jLtjueAes Kal vypov Kal 
V Tat? -Trept^opats. dAA' "Icoz/a /aeV, axnrep Tpayiia\v 
iovvTa TT]V aptTj)v %X LV Tl TTCLVTCDS Kal (raTvpiKov 
e&^ev' TOVS Se TOT; ITeptKAeouj TT)V crejutz'OTTjTa booK07riav T 
Kal TV(pov aTTOKaAowTas 6 Zrjz^cor TrapeKciAet Kal avTovs Tt 
So^oKOTrer^, a>s T?/9 TTpocrTTOtrjcrea)? avTryj TWI' KaAaiv vTroTrotowr^s 
AeA^^oVcoy rj\ov Kal (rvvrjdeiav. 

153. /c^. Praec. G^er. -Re^p. 4 (^A. 800 C) : HeptKA^y 5e Kal 
Trepl TO o-w/za Kal T^Z; biaLTav f?}AAafz> avToz^ ripe^a (Babi&iv Kal 
Trpacoy StaAeyecr^at Kat TO TrpoVco-Troy del o-weorrjKoy CTTi 

Kal T^ x 6 *-/ 301 o"vve'xtv ez/Tos T^S TrepiftoXijs Kal /xtaz> 6oy 
TT)Z^ eVt TO /Sijfxa Kal TO fiov\VTr)piov. 
Id. Per. 7. See above V. 92. 



152-160.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 285 

His Rhetorical Style. 

154. Thuc. i. 139.4. 

155. Ar. Ach. 530: 

opyrj neptKAe'rjs ov\v[j.Tno$ 
e/3poWa, VVKVKCI TT\V 'EAAdSa. 

156. Schol. ad loc. (EviroXis A^ois (fr. 94 K)' 

Kpdrtoros euros eyeVer' avOptowv \4ycw. 
L 8 J , cocnrep dya0ot bpo^rjs, 
beKa Tiod&v r/pet Ae'ya>z> row? prjTopas' 
s A^yeiv jueV, -Trpo? 8e y CLVTOV TW 
rt? cTreKa^tfez; 7rt rot? ^e 

OVT609 eKTJXei, Kal pOVOS r&V p7]TOp(*>V 

TO KfVTpov eyKare'A.t7re rot? aKpoc 

157. Plut. Per. 8 : v Eyy/>a$oz/ juez; ouz; ovSei' aTroAe'AoiTre 

^/xo^everat 8* oAtya itavTaTtaviv' olov TO 
J]V Pdyivav fc>s Xrnjj]v TOV ETetpatw? afyeXtlv KeAe{5o"ai, Kat TO roV 
^817 (f>avaL KaOopav CLTTO TItXoTTOvvrio-ov 'npocr^po^vov. Kat 
TOV 2o^)OKAeovj, ore crva-Tparriy&v efeTrAeucre /xer' avrou, 7rat8a 
v IJLOVOV" e<^?7, " ray \elpas, ai> 2o0o'KAefc?, 
del KaOapas exetz^ roz; o-rparryyo'^ dAAa Kat ras o\l/is." 6 8e 2rr/- 
, OTL rovs er 2a/ji<j) re^v^KoVay eyKCo/ita^oz; eTrt TOU 
a^ardrovs eAeye yeyoreVai KaOdircp TOVS Oeovs' ov yap 
CLVTOVS 6pS>fjiv, dAAa rat? rtyxats 1 , ^s lx ol;(7t ^ Ka ' T '-? aya0ot?, 
a Trapex overt v, d^avdrov? etrat reKjuatpo'/iefla* ravr' ow inrdp-^LV Kat 
rot? VTiep r^s irarpibos aitoQavoixnv. 

158. See also Arist. J^Ae^. i. 7. 34. 1365 a 31 ; iii. 4. 3. 
1407 a i ; 10. 7. 1411 a 14. Plato, 6ror#. 503 C. Cic. c?e 0#*. 
i. 40. 144 ; .Brutf. vii. 27 ; de Ora^. ii. 22. 93 ; iii. 34. 138 
(see above 117). Quintil. iii. i. 12. Val. Max. iv. 3 eatf. i ; 
viii. 9 ext. 2. 

His Character. 

150. Thuc. ii. 65. 

160. Plut. Per. 15 : '<&? ow TrauraTrao-t Avfleurrjs TTJJ 
Kat rf/s TTo'Aecos otoz> 6/xaA^s Kat jmiaj yerojueV?;? K0jut8r}, 
ets eaurov rd? 'A0?}fa? Kat rd rwi/ 'AOrjvaitoV efrjprrjjueW Trpdyjuara, 
(fropovs Kat o-rparev/xara Kat rpi?jpets Kat r?jo-ous Kat 6a\aa-(rav Kal 



286 BIOGRAPHICAL. [Ch. VI. 



, 7roAAr)z> 8e Kat 8td flapfiapwv 
KCLI f]y[jLOviav vTTTT.Ko'ot? HOvecn Kat 0tAiat? /3a0-tAeW Kat 

acrrtov, ovK0' 6 avrbs r\v oi>8' 

Xetpo?j0?7? r<j> 8rjjui(i) Kat pa8to? Tjueucetz; Kat (rvvtvbibovai rat? 
fuat? ooo-7rep WOOLS T&V TioXX&v, dAA* eK r^s ayci/xei'r?? Kti;r]9 Kat 

coytas uxnrp av0T]pas KOL /ixaXaK^? ap- 
apt.(TTOKpaTiKr)v KOL /Sao-tXtK^y vrivdfjLvo? TroXtreta^, Kat 
avrrj Trpos TO fitXTivTOv opQfj KOL ayeyKAtrw, ra /xei> TioAXa 
(3ov\6jJLVov r]ye 7TiOa)v Kat 8t8aa-KQ)^ roz; brjfJiov, yv 8' ore Kat jutaAa 
bvo-^paivovra KararetVcoi; Kat Tipoa-pipafaveyfipovTo ra> (TVfj.(f)povTL, 
fjLLfJLOVfjLvo$ arex.ro>? larpov TrotKtAw voorrjiJiaTi Kat juaKpa) Kara K.aipbv 
jjitv fjbovas aj8Aa/3eT?, Kara Kaipov 8e 8r/y/xor)? Kat (j)dpfj,aKa 
povra crcorrjpia. Tra^roSaTra)^ yap, &*>? etKo?, iraQ&v tv Q 
TO /neye^o? apxyv e^o^rt ^>uo/xeVco^, JJLOVOS e/x/xeAa>? eKao-ra Sta^et- 
pio-acrOaL Trec^fKO)?, /xaXto-ra 8' eA:rto-t Kat $o'/3oi? coo-Trep otaft 
TTpoava(TTeXX(v rb 6pao-vp6fj.vov avT&v Kat ro bva-BvfJiov artet? Kat 
77apafjLv6ov^jivof 9 e8ete rrjzj prjropLKrjv Kara IlXdrwi'a \}/v)(a~y(*)yiav 
ovo-av Kat ptyio-Tov epyor avr^? TT/ZJ Trept ra ^r; Kat Traflr; plOobov, 
rtra? roz^ous Kat (pOoyyovs \frv\ijs /xciA' e/x/xeXou? a<p7Js Kat 

atrta 8' oix ^ roi; Aoyov x/uA<3? bvvafji 

a)? 0oi)Ku8t8?j? c^ryo-tV, 77 Trept ro^ /3toz^ 8o'a Kat TrtVrt? rou 
d8ajpordrou Trept^a^ws yerojae^ou Kat yjprmaTtov KpetYrouo?" 6? Kat 
rrjy Tro'Ati; eK juteyaAr/? fjLeyio-rrjv Kat TrXovcn&TaTrjv 7rot?jo-a? Kat yero'- 
/otei^o? 8ui^d/jiet 7roAA<3z> fiaviXiiav Kat Tvpavvu>v weprepo?, a>V ei'tot 
Kat e:rt rot? utecri Ste^e^ro, Kivos juta bpa\fjirj peifova TT\V ovcriav 
OVK. eTrotrjcre^ 17? 6 TrarT/p airw KareAtTre. 

1 6. Katrot rr^y bvva^Lv CLVTOV 0-a<<? jnev 6 0ouK7;8t8i7? 8t?]yetrat, 
8e 7^apiJi(j)aivov<Tiv ol Kca/xtKot, riei(rt(Trpart8a? /uei; z^eou? 
Trept airo^ eratpov? KaAowre?, avroz^ 8* aTrojuoVai /u.^ rvpavvr\(Tew 
, a>? do-Ujutjuterpou Trpo? brjpLOKpaTLav Kat /3apvrepa? Trept 
6 8e Tr]AeKAet8r/? 7rapa8e8a)KeWt fy^vlv avrto 
roi)? *A^?7^atoi;? 

flo'Aewi' re (fropovs avras re TroAet?, ra? juez^ 8ety, ra? 8' 
AatVa ret'x^, ra /nez; otKo8o//ety ra 8e ai>ra TraAtz; 
o-7T02'8d?, bvva^LV, Kpdro?, etprji^r/z; TrAoOroV r' evSatjzoinaz; re. 
Kat ravra Katpo? OVK 77^ 0^8' aKjut?^ Kat X^P t? avdovcnqs e^)' a>pa 
TroAtreta?, dAAa reo-a-apaKo^ra /xei^ err] Trpcorevcov ez> 'E^tdArat? Kat 
AecoKpdrat? Kat Mi;pa>zn8at? Kat Kt/utcoa-t Kat ToA/at8at? Kat 
8t8at?, /xera 8e TTJP 0ou;<v8t8ov KardAvcrtz; Kat roz; 



161.] BIOGRAPHICAL. 287 



OVK eAdrro) r&v TtevTeKaibtKa h&v 8iT/i>eK?j Kal piav oixrav V 
rat? tviav&LOLS orpar^ytats apxnv KOL bvvao-Ttiav 
Xaev tavTov dvaXwrov VTTO xprjjuarcoz;, KatTrep ov 
dpycos \(DV Trpos \prjfjiaT io-juoV, dAAa rbv Trarpwoy Kal 

, a>? /XTJT' djueAovjuevos K<^uyot fxrjre TroAAa Trpay/xara Kat 
V(i> ^ape'^ot, avvtra^tv fls olKOvojAiav, f}v wero 
pq.o-rr\v Kat aKptjSeo-rarr^z; t^at. rovj yap CTreretov? KapTroi/j anav- 
ras adpoovs 7riiTpa(TKV, etra ra>^ arayKatcoy licaarov ^ dyopas 
ro^ /3tov Kal ra Trepl rr)z^ Statraz^. 



(j)ovro TJ]V (j)rifjLpov TavTrjv Kal crvvr]y fj.vr]v 6t? ro a 
a-n6.vr]v, ovbtvos, olov tv otKta jueyaA?; Kal TTpayjaacrtv 
Tieptppeoyro?, aAAa Trairos /uez; araAw^aros, Trarros Se ArJ/x/aaros 
81' apiOfj-ov Kat juerpou /3a8tfo^ros. 6 8e Tracrav avrov rrjv Toiavrriv 
T}V otKerry?^ E{iciyyeAo>, o>j erepos oi'Sels eu 
cos ^ KareaTcevaoyxeVos VTTO TOU IleptKAeou? Trpos OLKovofJLiav. 
airdbovra fjitv ovv ravra rfjs 'A^afayopou aortas, etye Kal TT)^ olaiav 
fKtlvos e^AtTre Kal rr/y \<6pav atyrJKev apyrjv Kal fj.r)\6f3oTov VTT' 
v6ov(na(T{j.ov Kal {Jiya\0(f)poa'vvr)S, ov TCLVTOV 8' eorty, oifJiai, flecoprj- 
(f)i\ocr6(f)ov Kal TToAtriKou /St'oy, aAA* 6 /xey hvopyavov Kat 
rrjs CKTOJ i/Ar^s em rot? KaAotj Ktret r?)^ Siayotaz;, rw 6' t? 
iyvvvTi rr\v apT7}j^ eortz^ ov ye^otr' &z^ ov rtoy 
avayKai(DV povov, aAAa Kal r<3^ KaAwy 6 -TrAovros, too-7T6p iji; Kal 
IlepiKAet {3or)9ovvTi TroAAot? r<3y Tiez/rjro)^. Kal /xeWot ye roz; 'Az;aa- 
yopav avrov Xiyovaiv ao"^(oAov/ix,eVou OeptKAeoi;? a^cXov^vov Ket(j^at 
yrjpaLov aTTOKaprepowra' Trpoo-Treo-oWo? 6e TW 
TOU Trpayjotaroj eKTrAayeVra ^ety ev^v? eTil rov avbpa Kat 
8et0-0ai Traaav ber]<nv, oAo^Dpo'jueror OVK eKetz/02>, dAA' eavroV. et 
rotoOroz; d-TToAet r^j -/roAtretas aviJi(3ov\ov. KKa\v\jfdfj.vov ovv rbv 
'Avaayopav etTreti/ -Trpos avroV " ai ITeptKAet?, Kal ot rou Av^^ov 
Xpetaz; exo^res eAaiou Tn\tov(nv" 
Plut. Per. 7. See above V. 92. 

161. Isocr. 8 de Pac. 12,6 : Katrot IleptKA^s 6 Trpo r<Sr TOIOVT&V 
br]fj.aya)ybs Karaaras, 7rapaAa/3a)^ T^V TroAtz; xcipov /xe^ (f)poi>ov(rav ry 
irptu Kara<r}(iv r^ ap\-^v, ert 8' dz^eKTcSs TroAireDo/xeV^y, OVK em rov 
jcrtv, aAAa roz; /xer O?KOI; eAarrco roV avroi; 
r) ^apa rov Trarpo? 7rape'Aa/3e^, ets 8e TTJI; 
TaXavra \(apls r&v lepwz;. 



CHAPTER VII. 

SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 



Sparta resigns her maritime hegemony. 

1. Thuc. i. 95. 7. Cf. ibid. 77. 6. 

2. Diod. xi. 50 : 'ETT' ap^ovros 5' 'Aflrjznjo-t Apo/zoKAetSov . . . 
AaKeoat/xoVioi rr/u rJ}? flaAdrri]? fjycpovfav aTro/Se/SArfKore? dAo'yaj?, 

8to Kat rot? d^eorrfKoVtzJ aw' avrw^^EXAr/o-i x a ^- /7r< Ss 
7n6^(TLV avrot? r?)zj irpoa-riKOva-av n^piav. (2) 
^J yepoucrta? tfiovXevovTO Trept rou TroXf'/xou rou Trpos 
vy 'A6r}vaiov$ VTTp TTJS Kara 06Xarrav fjytjJiovias. (3) ojutota)? 6 
Kat rr/? KOti'r;? eKKA?](rta? (rvva^Oeicrri^j ol fjiv I'ecorepot Kal rwi; aXAco^ 
ot TToXAot ^)tAortjua)9 etx.o^ avaKTrj(ra(r0cu TJ\V yyefjioviav, ^ojutt^orre?, 
eaz/ avrrjv TreptTroiTio-wyrat, ^jp^ar^v re TroAAcSz; evTroprjo-etz; Kat 
Ka66\ov rrjv ^irapTrjv //etfora Trot^o-eo-^at Kat ^vrarcorepar, rouj re 



(4) avfJLi}JLV^(TKOVTo 6e Kat r^? apxaias /xavretay, ez^ 7^ 
atrcus 6 ^eos (TKOTrety, OTTCOS /u,r) )(a)A^i; e^co(rt r^ ffycjjioviav, K.CU rov 
et? o6ez> erepoy 17 ro Trapov Ae'yew* x 60 ^-^ 7"P 
TTJV apx^ } ai/ ova&v bvelv r]y^oviS>v TT\V Irepav 
t. (5) Tra^rcoz; 8e o-^bov r&v TroAtroSz/ Trpos ravTj]v T-^V 
VTr66<riv wpjot^jueWv, Kat rrjy yepouo-ta? (rvvbpvov(rr)s irept rovrcoz/, 
ov8et? TJ\iri.(TV ovbeva roA/xTJo-et^ <rt>/u/3ouAe(rat erepor rt. (6) rwz/ 
8e eK r^s yepova-ta? rt?, ovofjia fjitv *Erot/mapt8as, ro 8e yeVos d^)' 
'HpaKAe'ovs a>^ Kat 8t J dper^y a7ro8ox^s ruyxaz^ooy Trapa rot? -rroAt'rai?, 
o-vju/3oi;Aeveti; ear rov? 'Aflrj^atov? eTrt rr^? ^ye/x-o^^a?* //,T) 
yap rrj ^jraprrj rrjs 6a\aTTrjs a^KT^r^lv' irpbs Trapd- 
8e VTToOecriv etTret^ ev7rop77(ra? Ao'you? apjuo^bz^ra?, irapa rr\v 
7rpo<rboKtav eVeto-e r^ yepovcriav KOL rbv brj^ov. (7) r^Ao? 8e ot 
AaKe8ai/xoVioi KptVai^re? roi; *Erot/xapt8az; vvpfytpovTa Aeyew O 



SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 289 



orr/o-az> rr/s irept roz> Tro'Aejuoz' Trpos roi/s 'A07]^aiovs 6p/ji?)s. (8) 
'A6r]vaLOL 8e ro jutez> TTp&rov Trpoa-eooK&v ptyav Trokf^ov eetz; Trpos 
rovs AaKe8ai//,oznovs Trepl rr}s Kara 0aAarraz> ?7ye/uoz>tas, Kat 6"ta rouro 
rpi?}pets KtiT(rKvaov TrAetous Kal ^jj^ar^v irXfjOos eTroptfoz/ro Kat 
rots <rv/xjuiaxois 7rtetKa>s irpoa-e^epovTo' ws 8e ra bo\0vra rots 

nvdovTo, TOV pv (f)6/3ov TOV Kara 
, irepl 8e r^v av^cnv r?js tdtas TroAec 

3. Xen. Hellen. vi. 5. 34 : y EAyoz> 6e (ot AaKe8atjuoi;tot) Kat 6V 
ayaOa etr;, ore KotixSs a^orepoi, tirparTov, vTro/^t/x.rrjo-Koi'res /xez; a>s 
roi^ (3dp(3apov Koivfj aTrejutaxeVa^ro, azJajou/xwjo-KOz/res 8e a>s 
re VTTO raw *EAA7ii;a)z; yptOrja-av ^yejuoz/es rot; z/aurtKoO Kat 
Xpr]{jiaT<av t^vAaKes, roiz/ AaKeSatfxo^tcoz; raura o-Ujui^3ouAojuteya)z;, avrot 
re Kara y^y o/xoAoyou/xe'i'cos <' aTrdvTav T&V 'EAA^coz; ^ye/xoVes 



4. Plut. ulr^. ^3 : v Ei^^a 8?] Kat ro ^pov^a r^s S7raprr;s 8te^>ai'7] 
OavfAao-Tov. a>s yap fja-Oovro ra> /uteye^et rfjs efouo-tas dta^^etpo/xe'rovs 
am&v rovs aoxo^ra?} affrjjKav eKouo-tcos rr)i^ fiyefAovCav Kat Tre'/x/nwres 
eTTt rov TroAe/xoy cirava-avTO (rrparryyovs, juaAAoz^ alpov^evoL a-tofypo- 
vovvras \iv Kat rots e^ecrtz/ e//,joieVozrras rovs ^oAtras 17 r^s 'EAAaSos 



The Lakedaimonians in Northern Greece. 

5. Hdt. vi. 72. 

6. Plut. cZe ITerod malign. 21 (Jta. 859 D): T^z; 8' ez; 0erra- 
Aots ftwoare^M' i-Travo-av, 'Apto-roju?j87j Kat v AyyeAoz^ 






7. Paus. iii. 7 9 AcwTi^tBfjs . . . eo-rparevo-e 8e va-rcpov TOV- 
T(t>v (T&V irpbs MvKaAij yerojueVco^) Kat e-Trt rovs 'AAeuaSas es 
0eo-a-aAtar. Kat ot Kara(rrpe\iVao-^at 0ecro-aAta^ Traa-ai' edi> ore del 
VLK&VTI tv rats /za^H?} 8<Spa eAa^Se Trapa r<3z> 'AAeua8wz/. (10) vTrayo- 

8e ez/ AaKeSat/otoz^t es 8tKr;z; e<uyez> e^eAoyr^s es Teye'az/. Kal 6 
vToOi Tr]v 'AOrjvav rr\v 'AA^az; tKereve, AewruxtSov 8e 6 //,ez> 
ts Zeu^t8a/aos fairros en Aecorux^ou Kal ov Tre^evyo'ros mo 
reAevra z^oo-o). 'Apxt8a/xos 8e 6 ZefftSctytou jmera Aecor^xtS^^ aTreA- 
^oVra es Teyeaz> eo"X r^z; apyr\v. 

8. /6^. 5. 6 : 'Hz; 8e apa ro tepoz; rouro (ro r^s 'AAeas) K 
TTaAaioO rieAo7roz;z'7jo-tois irao-iv at8eo-t/ior, Kat rots avToOi 

U 



290 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [Ch.vii. 



ovviv ao-(f)d\Lav fxaAtora mipet'xero' (brjXaxrav 8e ot re 

JJ.OVLOL TOV Ylavaaviav Kat ert TrpoTepov TOVTOV Aecor^ir/y, KOI 

'Apyetot Xpv<Tt8a, Ka0ebjuieVoi;9 tvravOa tKeVa?, oi>8e apxyv efatrijo-at 



Death of Leotychidas. 



9. Diod. xi. 48: 'ETT' 

(2) AzooTv^ibas 6 T&V AaKtbaifjiovCtoV /Sao-tAefo Tt\evTrj<rv apfas 
err; et/cocri Kat 8vo, r^ e 
o-c^ err; rerrapaKorra Kat 5vo. 
Of. above VI. 18-20. 

Themistokles' Plot against the Lakedaimonian Fleet. 

10. Plut. Them. 20: 0ejuito-roKX^s 5e Kat juetfo'y rt ^rept 

urcijaecos. 7Tt yap 6 r<Sz> 
Ee'pfov Karrjpev cts Ilayao-a? Kat 
yop&v Zv TOIJ 'A^r^ratot? e^ rt^a irpaiv f\Lv cu$e'At/zoy /xev av- 
rot? Kat <ram/ptoi>, aTTopprjrov 8e -TTpos roi)? TroAAov?. TWI; 8' *AOr]- 
J Aptoret8?7 typavcLi /xoVw KcAevoVra)!', Kaz/ cKetvos 

6 fjitv &iJLt(TTOK\rjs ^>pa(T T(jJ 'ApKrretSr?, ro 
biavoe'iaOai T&V 'EXXrjvW 6 8' 'Aptoretdrys tj ror 
e<^>?7 r^? Trpa^ecos, TJZ/ Sta^oetrat Trparret^ 6 0ptto-TOKA^?^ 
ctrat /ut^re Ava-treAeo-r^pa^ /mTJr' adiKcorepay. ot /xez/ ovy 
*A6rjvaioL 8ta raura TTav&acrOcn. TW 0e/xt(TTOKAt Trpotrera^ar. 

11. Jc?. Arist. 22 : 0e//tcrro/cAeovj 8e Trpos roi; brjuov etTroVro?, 
wy e^t Tt (3ov\V[JLa Kat yvta^v aTropp^rov, a>^)eAt/xoy 8e r^ TroAet 
Kat (ra)T?/ptor, KeAeu(rai; 'AptaTetS^z; JJLOVOV aKovcrai Kat (TW^oKi/udVai. 

5e rw 'Aptaretdr/ roi) 0ejutaTOKAeou9, a>s dtaroetrat roz; 
t ra)2^ 'EAA?/i;a)r, ovra> yap e<recr$ai juteytorou? 
Kat KvpCovs aitavTtov rov9 ' A0r]vaLovs, 7rap\6<*>v ets ror brjfj.ov 6 



AvcrtreAeo-repa^ a\\r]v /utrjr' aStKwrepaz; etvat. raCr' a 
ot 'AOrivaloL iiavaacrdai TOV e/xiaroKAea 7rpocreYaaz>. ovrca /^tez; 6 
bfj/Jios fy </>tAo8tKat09 3 oi)Va) 8e rai 8?j/uia> 7710-769 6 ai/r)p Kat /3e'/3at09. 

12. Cic. dfe 0^. iii. n. 49 : Themistocles post victoriam eius 
belli, quod cum Persis fuit, dixit in concione, se habere con- 
silium rei publicae salutare ; sed id sciri, non opus esse : 
postulavit, ut aliquem populus daret, quicum communicaret. 






9-17.J SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 291 

datus est Aristides. huic ille, classem Lacedaemoniorum, quae 
su bducta esset ad Gytheum, clam incendi posse ; quo facto 
frangi Lacedaemoniorum opes necesse esset. quod Aristides 
quum audisset, in concionem magna exspectatione venit, dixit- 
que perutile esse consiliurn, quod Themistocles adferret, sed 
minime honestum. itaque Athenienses, quod honestum non 
esset, id ne utile quidem putaverunt : totamque earn rera, 
quam ne audierant quidem, auctore Aristide repudiaverunt. 
Cf. Val. Max. vi. 5 ext. 2. 

Lakedaivnonian Policy in Avnphiktyonic Council. 

13. Plut. Them. 20 : 'Ev 6e rots 'A^iKTvovLKols o-weptots T&V 
AaKeSai/utoi'tcor etcr?7yoi>/xera>i>, OTTO)? aTretpyawrat rrjs 'Ajui^HKruoznas 
at JUT) orv^a^jia-ao-ai Kara TOV Mqbov Tro'Aets, </>o/3r70is, JUT) 0er- 
raAovs Kat 'Apyetovs, Irt 6e Qrjfiaiovs eK/3aAoz;res TOV 

TLKpaT7](T(Dcn T&V \p^<p(tiV KCU yerr^rat ro boitovv 
rats TroAeo-t Kat /uierc^ryKe ras yyw/uas rG>v irvXayopav, 
fas, a>s TpLaKovra Kat /uta /xoVat TroAets tlorlv at juerao-)(oi;(7at rou 
TroAe/jtov, Kat rourcoy at TrAetovs Tra^raTraa-t /xtKpat* 8t^6z^ ovr, t 
r?}s aAAqs 'EAAa5os eK(T7roV8ov ye^o/xe^s e:rt rats /ueytVrats SDO-IZ^ ^ 
rpt(rt TroAeo'tz' larat ro wvibpiov. 6K rovrov jutei/ ow /utaAttrra rots 
AaKe8atjuto^tots Trpoo-^Kpovo-e' 8 to Kat roi; Kt/xawa irporjyov rats rtjuats, 
avriitaXov ev rr) TroAtreta ra> 0/xto-roKAet Ka0to-rarres. 

Argos. 
Themistokles at Argos. 

14. Thuc. i. 135. 3. Cf. above VI. 28-38. 



o/ Argos. 

15. Hdt. vi. 83. 

16. Arist. Po, viii. (v.) ii. (3.) 8. 1303 a 6: Kal ev "Apyct row 
er r^ j3bojj.r) aTroAo/xeVcoz^ ^TTO KA*o/u>ovs rou AaKcoros 

crav 7rapa8e'ao-0at rwi^ TreptotKcoi; rivas. 

17. Paus. viii. 27. I : SvvrjXOov 6e v-Trep to-x^os s 

(sc. r?)^ MeyaArji' TroAtr) ot 'ApK(i8es, are Kat 'Apyetovs 7rt<rra/u,ei>ot 
ra (JLfv ert iraAatoVepa jutoVou ov Kara /otta^ ^/otepaz; knaar^v Kivbv- 
VTTO AaKcbaLfJiovitov Trapaorr^ai roi 
U 2 



292 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [Oh. VII. 



7rA7/0et TO "Apyos Trrjvfrj(rav KaraAwayres TtpvvOa KCLL 
'To-tds re /cat 'Opreds Kat MuK?jz>as Ka Mt'Setaz; Kat ei 8rj rt dAAo 
Tro'Ato-jua O^K dfto'Aoyoz> eV 717 'ApyoAtSt r?z>, rd re d^ro AaKe8at//,oznW 
d8eeVrepa rot? 'Apyetots virdp^avra Kai a/xa es rovs TreptotKovs 



18. Plut. <ie JfeZ. wr^. 4 (.E^. 245 F) : 'E7raz;op0ovVf z;ot 8e rr 
oXiyavftpiav, ovfc a>? 'HpoSoros to-rope?, rots SovAotj, dAAa 
TTpioiK<i3V 7^0Lr)(rdfJLvoL TToAtVa? row? apia-Tovs, (rvvtoKHrav raj 



19. Thuc. v. 27. 2; 28. i ; 31. 6; 44. I ; 47. 9 ; 59. 5; 
72.4- 

20. Aeneas,, Tact. xi. 8 : EtTretu be aAAa re Kat ort av^epov etr; 
eV r^ TTiovo"r] VVKT! crvv rots oTrAots Trarras 6/xotcos Trapet^at ei> rr/ 



21. Arist. PoZ. viii. (v.) ii. (2.) 4. 1302 b 18 : Ato ertaxoC etw^a- 
o~t^ ocTTpaKi^eiv, olov v "Apyet Kat i A9rjvr]o'i,v. 

22. Schol. Ar. ^g. 855 : O^ IMVOV 8e 'Adqiraioi axrrpaKo^opou^, 
dAAa Kat 'Apyetot Kat MiATJcrtot Kat Meyapets. 

T^ r a?^ with Mykenai and Tiryns. 

23. Diod. xi. 65 : Merd 6"e raura'A^ri^/o-t jitez; ?Ji; ap^ow 0eaye- 
. . . 6\vjJLTTias 8' ^x^ 7 ? e/36o//7]KOo-rr) Kat oyo'o'??, Ka^' ^ ei'tKa 

IIapju,ezJi8r/s riocretScoz/tdr^j. eTTt 8e TOVTMV 'Apyetots Kat 
ots e^etrr?] TroAe/xoy Sta rotavras atrtas. (2) MuKT/^alot 5td ro 
dftco/xa r?y? t8ta? 7rarpt8o? o^x VTrrjKovov rots 'Apyetots, 
at AotTrat -jro'Aets at Kara rr)i/ 'Apyeta^ dAAa Kar s t'S^av rarro- 
rots 'Apyetots ov Trpo(Ti\ov' r)fJL<f)L(r(3r)Tovv 8e Kat Trept roSz; 
r?y$ r/ Hpas, Kat roi' dywra rwv Ne/xecov rjiovv avrol btoLKtlv' 
Trpos 8e ro^rots [ort] r<Sz; 'Apyetcoy ^^La-a^v^v /mr) crv^\Jia\^lv ets 
@ep/xoTryAas rots AaKe^at/io^tots, ed^ ^T) /uepos r?)s ^ye/xortas avrots 
7rapa8coo-t 3 jaoVot r<Su r^z' 'Apyetaz; KCLTOLKOVVTMV (rvve^a^a-av ol 
MvKT^ratot rots AaKeSat/^owois. (3) ro 8e o~ui'oXov VTTMTTTCVOV avrovs, 
jurJTrore tcrxvo-az^res eTTt TrAeoz; r^s ?7ye/zoznas apfyicrpiqTria-UMn rots 
'Apyetots 5td ro TraAatoz^ ^>povr]^a r^s -TroAecos. 6"ta 8^ ravras rds 
atrtas dAAorpuos 8taKe^utez^ot, TrdAat /j,ez; eo-Treufioz; apat r^z/ Tro'Atz/, 
roVe 8e Kcupbv zvOtTov X LV *v6}jn.(ov, 6pwz;res roi)s AaKe8at/>iortovs 
Kat /mr) SumjueVous rots MuK^z/a/ois (SorjOciv. aOpol- 






18-29.] SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 293 



ovv a^ioXoyov bvvafjiLv eK re v Apyoi;s Kal eK T&V 
<TTpdTV(rav eV avrous, rtKrjo-azrres 5e j^a^r/ roi/s MUKTJ- 
vaiovs Kal o-uyKAetVaures 1 euros ret)(&>z; eTroAto'pKow rrjv itokiv. (4) ot 
6e MvKrjuatot yjpovov jueV rtz>a rows TroAtopKowras evroVa)? TIJAVVOVTO, 
/xerd 6e ravra XetTTOjuerot ra> TroAe/zo), /cat rwz/ AaKeSatftoz/tcoi; pi?) 
ta rovs i8tov? TroAe/utov? Kal rr)y K rail; (T^KT^V 
avrols crvfji^opav, aAAwv 6' OVK ovrav (iv/x/ua^coz;, ep^/xta 
iTi,KovpovvT(DV Kara Kpdros rj\a>crav. (5) ^^ 'Apyetot rows 



, raj MuK?jz>aj KaretTKafyav. avrr] fjitv ovv fj TroAt?, v8at/ 
ep rotj dp)(atots \povois yerojueVr; Kat jueyaAouy avbpas ^ov(ra KCLL 



Kal biffjifLvev dotKr/ros fxexpt rw^ Ka0' ^jua? \p6v(t>y. ravra jutez/ ow 
irpd)(dr) Kara TOVTOV TOV zviavrov* 

24. Hdt. vi. 83. 

25. Paus. vii. 25- 5 MuKryvatots yap ro juti' ret^oy aAwrat Kara 
ro ivyypov OVK tbvvaro VTTO 'Apyetcoz^, (6) ererei^to" yap Kara ravra 
ra> ei> TipvvOi inrb TU>V KuKAcoTrcoz; KaXov^vcov, Kara avdyK^v 8e eKAet- 

K7]i;atot r^v TTO\LV c^tAetTroVrcoz; o-^)ay r<S^ O-ITLMV, Kal aAAot 
es KAeco^ay a7ro)(ci)po{;(rt^ e avrwv, TOV brffjiov 6e TrAeW /x,e^ 
s MaKcboviav Kara^evyovo-t Trapa 'AXt^avbpov . . . 6 8e 
aAAos bfjuos CL^LKOVTO ej rrji; Kepwetaz^, Kat 8wara>repa re 17 Kepvreta 
OLKrjTopwv TrArJ^et Kat es ro erretra eye^ero eTTt^area-re'pa ^ta r^ 
<rvvo(,KJ]criv rwz; MvK^^atco^. 

26. JcZ. ii. 17. 5 : Hapa 6e avTrjv (TTLV em Kto^o? ayaA/xa r/ Hpa? 
ap^alov. TO 6e dp^atoraroz; TreTrotr/rat juez; e^ d)(pa5oj, drere'tfrj 8e e? 
TipvvOa v-nb rTetpaa-ov rou v Apyou, TipvvOa 8e dj/eAoVres 'Apyetot 

es ro *Hpatoz;* 6 6rj Kal avros etor, KaOrmevov ayaAjua ov 



27. JfrcL ^5. 8 : J A^e / crr7]o-ai' 5e Kat Ttpw^tovs 'Apyetot, CTUVOLKOVS 
TrpovXafieiv Kal ro "Apyos eTravf^o-at 0eA?jo-ai>re9. 

28. Strab. viii. 6. 19 (377) : Mera de rrji; eV 2aAa/ntrt vavpayjiav 
'Apyetot juerd KAeco^ata)^ Kal Teyearwv eTreA^oVres apbr]v ras 
MvK^vas avi\ov Kal rrjv \<apav 8teret/^a^ro . . . cvravOa 6e Kat r/ 
Ne/uea /otera^v KAeco^aii' Kal ^Atowros Kal ro aAcroy, ey a> Kat ra 
Ne'/aea o-v^reAetz; e^oj rot? 'Apyetots. 

29. 76^cZ. IO (372) : "Hare rds ^ye/worevowas cv airrats 6uo TroAets 



294 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [en. vn. 



TiX-^crLov aXX^X^v ibpvfjLevas tv kXarrocriv r) 
, TO' re "Apyo? Kat ras MvKr/vas, /cat TO 'Hpatoz; etuat K.OIVOV 
lepov TO Ttpbs rat? MvKijvats a^oiv . . . \povois 6' varepov 
(MvKrjvai) VTT 'ApyetW wcrre z>w /^TJS' l\vos 



30. Strab.viii.6.ll (373): 'Hprijuoxra^ 8e ras TrXeiVra? ot 'Apyetot 

. ot 6' oiKrjrope? ot /xez; 6K {r^9} Tipvv0os auriKOou et? 
ot 6e e{/c r^? . . . .} etj rous 'AXtet? KaXov^vovs K.r.A. 

31. Stephanus Byz. : 'AAiets, -^roAts 'ApyoAtK^j TrapaOaXao-a-ia. 
TO tQviKov o/xoto)?, wj a-TTo Tou 'AAtewj. v E0opos (/r. 98) tz; TW e/cTO) 
oTt TipvvQioi d(riv OVTOL Kat efarao-rdrrej J3ov\vovro OIKZLV nva 

TOTIOV Kat TlptoTMV TQV QdOV. \prj(T 6f OVTCOS " 770? * TD Aa/3o)^ Kat 

Trot TI> Ka^t^co Kat Trot TI> QiK.r](Tiv eyjttv aAtea Te KeKAr7<r$at." eAe- 

yoz^To 5' o{;ra)? 8ta TO TroAAovs 'Ep/xtoz/ecoz; aAtevojuieVous Kara TOTO 

TO /Xp09 otKetz/ TT 

Cf. Hdt. vii. 137. 



32. Thuc. v. 67. 2 ; 72. 4 ; 74. 3. 
Cf. above III. 94, 95. 

Elis. 

Change of Constitution and Synoikismos. 

33. Hdt. ix. 77. 

34. Arist. Pol. viii. (v.) v. (6.) 8. 1306 a 12 : KaraAuoimzi 8e 
Kat oVaz; ev Tr, oAtyap^ta tTtpav oXtyap^iav ejU7rota><rti;, TOUTO 5* 

oYaz; ToC Trarro? TroAtTe^/uaTos oAtyou oVroy T&V /xeyta-Ttoz; 
fj.r) fJL7)((i)(rLv ot oAtyot TrarTes", oVep fv v HAt8t avv(3rj TTOTC 
TroAiTetas yap bi oXiyuv ovarjs T&V yepoWa)^ oAtyot TTI 

bio. TO aibiovs clvai VvrjKOVTa OVTCIS, TTJV 
bvva(rTVTiKr}v ivai Kat ojuotaz; TI^ T&V ev AaKedat/xon ye 

35. Diod. xi. 54 : 'Eir' ap^ovTos b* 'A0?ji>r?(rt Upa&epyov 
'HAetot [Jitv TrAetovs Kat /uiKpay Tro'Aets otKOWTes ts /uttW 
adrjcrav Ti]v ovofjLa^OfJievrjv ^HAtr. 

1 Perhaps 

5*Cl? ""o? TV \a0wv o^cu at TTO* TU KaOi^ca 

tvOa TV TO.V oiKTjaiv %x eiv ^^ T (or ex* 17 a^-t^a) Kft\rjaOat. (Meineke.) 






30-43.] SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 295 

36. Strab. viii. 3. 2 (336) : '(tye 6e rare avvr)\Qov etj rrji; vvv 
/uterd ra Ilepo-tKd, ex TioAAaw 6^/utcoz;. 



Constitution of Elis. 

37. Thuc. v. 47. 9. 

38. Harpocr. : 'EAAayo6"tKar 'T7repei8r7j eu rco vTrep KaAAtV- 
TTOI> Trpos 'HAetouy. 'ApKrrore'Arjs 'HAetW TToAtreta r6 ju,ez> TrpcoroV 
(j)r)<riv eva KaraoT7J<rat rovs 'HAetous ' 

^oVros /3', ro 8e reAeuratoz> ^'. 

TOVS T\vraiovs Ti6tvTas rov ay&va *EAAaz;o6tKas tivat, t', afi 

kK.a<TTj]<$ <f)v\i)s tva. 

39. Paus. V. 9. 5 : IlejUTJT?) 8e oAu/x7rtd8t xat elKoarTrj fvvta 
e EAAa^o8tKa? KareVrr^a-au* rpt(Tt /xer 6r) eTrererpaTrro e^ avrwz; 6 bpofjios 

T&V tTTTTO)!;, TO(TO^TOtS ^ T/)OtS eTTOTTTatS Ct^at TOU TTC^rcl^AoVj TOtS 

8e v7fo\nrofjLvoLs TO. Aot7ra 6/xeAe rw^ aycoi'to-juarcar. Seurepa 8e 
am) ravri]9 oAv/ix7rta6t Trpocrere^r/ Kat 6 Se'/caro? aOkoOtrrjs. m 8e 
TTJS rptrr/9 Kat eKaro<rr^? (j>v\ai re 'HAetot? 8ci)8Ka Kat ety d-Tro 
^j eKaar?]? eyerero ^AAaroStKTjj. (6) meo-foVre? 8e VTTO 'ApKa- 
o) [Aoipav re air^fiaXov rrjs yijs Kat orrot r<S^ brjjjLMV r\<jav 
tv rfi aTTOTjuiTj^etVr/ xW> Ka ^ ovroo? es OKTW re apiOpov (j>v\&v tirl 
TTJS TTaprr]s (rvv(rTd\r)(rav oAvjU7Tt<{8os Kat eKaroa-r^j, Kat * 

tcrot raj ^>uAats 7Jpe6r](rav. oySor^ 8e e^rt 
eitavriXOov avOis es avbp&v btKa dpt^jmoV, Kat 17617 ro a 
rovrov 6ta/jte/jie'rrjKezj e? ^juay. 

40. LG. A. 1 12 (Collitz, Samml. der gr. Dialekt-Inschriften 
i. 1152): At fe /uteTTt^etaz; ra fiKata op /xe'ytcrro^ re'Aos e^ot Kat rot 
^SacrtAaes, feKa jurats Ka aTrortVot FcKao-ros K.r.A. 

41. /. (7. ^1. ^ld^. e* Corr. 113 c (Collitz, ^ D. I. i. 1156) : 
Toz; 8e' Ka ypa^e'oz; o rt doKe'ot KaAtrepos exei' TTOTOV ^()oV, eay/)e'oz> 
Kat el^-Trotoz; crvv (3o\ai (7r)ez>raKartoz; aFXavios Kat 8d/xot TrAe- 
OVOVTI K.r.A. 

42. /. 6?. A Hi (Collitz, . D. 7. i. 1157) vs. 3 : T]o fa/mwp- 
y[6 - - ]os e rtapo wapa ras 7rd[Atos 1 - ..... vs. 6. /3oAa fe K' 
ea - - [TO]I> fe iipovTiQov ov$ Ka jut' (?) ete 0,776 r - - az>eu? (3o\av 
Kat fafjiov 7T\a6vovra. 

43..Schol. Pindar. Olymp. iii. 22, p. 95 ed. Boeckh: ITept 
5e roi) rwz; 'EAAa^o^tKcSz; dptfyuw 'EAAcJvtKos (^. 1?. 6^. i. 57 



296 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [Ch.vil. 

fr. 90) (f)Y](TL Kdl 'AptOTo'STJ/UlO?, OTt TO fJLV TTp&TOV (3', TO 6e T\V- 

iov L. TO(ravTai yap at r&v 'HAetW </>vAat, Kat a<$> eKaoTTjs els r\v 



War with Pisa, &c. 
See below 86 ff. 

Mantineia. 

44. Hdt. ix. 77. 

45. Strab. viii. 3. 2 (337) : MazmVeta juter CK TTZVTC brjfjiwv inf 
'ApyetW a-vv^KLa-Or]. 

46. Xen. Hellen. v. 2. 7. Paus. viii. 8. 9. Diod. xv. 5. 4 ; 
12. 2. Harpocr. Maz/iWcoz; bioLKLcr^os (= Ephor. fr. 138). 



Mantineia Democratic and in Sympathy with Argos. 

47. Arist. Pol. vii. (vi.) ii. (4.) 1. 1318 b 6: Aq/zoK/xmwi; 5' 
rerrapooz; ^SeXTtcrrr; fxez/ ^ Trpoorr; raei . . . Xeyoo 8e irptoTrj 
av TLS 8ie'A.oi TOI;? Srjjixot;?. jSArtoros yap drjjuos 6 yecopytKo? 
cSore Kat Trotetz^ i/8exerat (^eXrtcrr?]!;} brj^oKpariav OTTOV frj TO 
7rXrj6os OTTO yecopytas ^ vofJiijs. 8ta /ut^ yap TO /u^ TroXXrjy overlay 

o?, coore /IXT) TroXXaKtj eK/cArjo-i'afaz;' 8ta 8e ro [/u^J execu 
ta Trpo? roTs epyot? Siarpt/3owt Kat ra>^ dAAorptcor OVK 
Tn0viJ,ov<TLv, a\\* ijbiov avTols TO epyafecrflat rou TroAtreveo-^at Kat 
. . . (2. 13^8 b 2l) ert 8e rd Kvpiovs et^ai roS eAeV^at Kat 
avairXtipol TI\V evbciav, et rt ^tAort/xta? \ovo-LVj 7ret Trap' 
ez^tot? 8?jf/,ot?, Kai; JUT) jutere^coo-t r?js atpeVeco? rcSz^ apyj&v dAAa rii'e? 
atperot Kara jmepos K 7ravra)i;, eoo-Trep er Marrt^eta, roi; 8e /3ov- 

VplOL <t)(TlV, LKCIV&S *X i T0 ^ TToAAotS". Kttt ? VOfJLL&LV Kat 

etrat a-)(^a rt brjuoKpaTias, uxnrtp ev Ma^rtreta TTOT' rjz^. 

48. Thuc. v. 29. I ; 47. i. 

49. Xen. Hellen. v. 2. 2 : Ala-Qdvto-OaL yap tyao-av Kat a>s 
ee7re//,7rozJ (ot Mairtz;^?) roTs 'Apyetots (rip&v avrotj TroAe- 

. . . (6) olojjievtov be aTroOavtivQai T>V dpyoAtfoWcor Kat 
WZ; rou 5^/jtov Trpoa-rarcSr K.r.A. 



Government. 

50. Thuc. v. 47. 9. 

51. Collitz, G. D. I. i. 1181 (Dittenb. >%W. 167), vs. 6: 
Aa/xtopyot ot8c ^o-ar' . . . vs. 34. Marries* 4>at8poj. 

. Aatcrrparos. Xapet8as. 



44-57.] SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 297 

Mantineia helps Sparta in the Helot Revolt. 
See below 79. 

Tegea. 

52. Hdt. vi. 72 ; ix. 35. 
Pans. iii. 5. 6. See above 8. 

63. Paus. iii. II. 7 Kat o-tyio-iv 6 Tto-ajuteros ayaira? TroXe/uoi; 
Tr&re fobaflrf, Ttp&rov [j.v HkaTaiacnv tvavria Ylepcr&v, bevrtpov 8e 
v Teyea Trpos TeyeaYas /cat J A/3yetovs fJ-o-X 7 ]^ Aa/ceSai/xoz^tot? o-ureo-- 
Trt ro^rots 8 e^ AiTTaiev(nv 'Ap/cd5cor TTCLVTMV TT\r]v Mav- 
eW avTiTtTayfJitvW ol 8e AtTraiets i> rfj Mati/aAta Tro 
/ ?f<rai> K.r.A. 

54. Simon. Epigr. 102 (Bergk, P. Z. (r. ed. 4. iii. 459) : 
T<Sr8e 6t* avOptoTtaiv aptrav ov\ tKero 
aldepa Satojue^j tvpv\6pov Teyeas* 

Ot povXoVTO TToXlV fJitV \V0pL(L 

naivl AtTretr, avrot 6' ez> TrpopayjoKTi Qavtlv. 



Pausanias and the Spartan Constitution. 
See above VI. 15-17. 

End of the Anti-Spartan Movement. 

55. Hdt. ix. 35. Cf. above 53. 

56. Isocr. 6 Archid. 99 : 'Avajui^o-ftyre 8e rG>v h AtTrata irpbs 



Tpoiraiov or^crat TToXXwr juuptdSa)^ K.r.X. 

57. Polyaen. i. 41. I : ^Ap^ba^os tv 'ApxaSta piXkav Trapa- 
rrj i>(TTpaia eireppcoo-e TOV^ 27rapriara? 8id rvxroj 
bv ibpv(ra}j.vo$ KCLL Koa-jUTJo-a? 077X019 Aa/^7rpordrot? Kat ITTTTOU? 
6vo Treptayaywr. eTret 8e 777; 6(09, ot Xoxyot Kat ot raftapxot 
orrAa Kat 8votz> LTTTTOLV l\vrj Kat /3aj/xo^ avTO[j.aTov Ibovrc 
ws ol Aioo"Koi>poi o"v///x,a)(?]cro^Te? rJKOiev. ol orpariwrat 6apprj- 
(ravTS Kat ras yi/w/xas ez^eot yero'/xe^ot ye^^atcas Tjyco^tVa^ro Kat 



298 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [Ch.vn. 



He organization of the Peloponnesian Allies. 
Spartan Xenagoi. 

58. Thuc. ii. 75. 3. Cf. Schol. ad loo. : Ot ez>ayot] ot r&v 

tov apxorres' tvovs -yap eKaAow TOVS jJua-Ootyopovs. 

59. Xen. Hellen. iii. 5. 7 ; iv. 2. 19 ; v. 2. 7. 

60. Id. Resrj- Lac. xiii. 4 : riapeio-t 8e Trept TTJU Qvviav 

Ao)(ayoi, TreyTrjKoyrTJpe?, fercou orpariapxoi, o-rparov 

(j)OpLKOV ap\OVTS } KOL T&V CLTTO T&V TTO\(t)V 6 <TTpCLTr]yG>V 



The Allies' own Officers. 

61. Thuc. ii. 10. 3. Cf. Xen. Hellen. i. 3. 15 ; iii. i. 18. 
Xen. Jfesp. Zac. xiii. 4. See above 60. 



Battle of Oinoe. 

Pans. i. 35. i. See above IV. 63. 

62. Paus. x. IO. 4 : Oi/roi ptv 6rj 'TTrarobwpov KOL 'Aptoroyet- 
TOVOS L(nv epya, Kal eTrotryo-ay (7(/)a?, ws avrol 'Apyetot 
a?ro rs VLK-ris, rjvTLva v Qlvoii rrj 'Apyeta avrot re Kat ' 



epyou Kal TOVS 'E-TTtyoVous VTTO 'EXArJ^coz; /caAov/xeVouy aveQto-av ot 
'Apyetoi. 

63. Loewy, Inschr. Gr. Bildh. 101 = G.I. G. i. 25 : - - aAos 
o TloX | BOIOTLOS 6)(s 'Epxo/x[e^6] 'TTraroSopo? 'ApiororofyetYoz/l 



Probably at the time of the Athenian alliance with Argos 
(above III. 70 ff.), before the list of the Erechtheid slain 
(above III. 80). See Robert in Hermes, xxv. (1890), pp. 412 ff. 

The Helot Revolt. 

General Narratives. 

64. Thuc. i. 101-103 ; 128. I. 

65. Plut. dm. 1 6 : 'Apx>Sa/xou TOV Zeuida/moi> reraproz/ eros 
kv STraprrj paa-iXcvovros VTTO crio-/^o{5 /xey^arov 5r) 

TTporepov ij re 






58-65.] SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 299 



TToAAot? Kat T&V TavyercozJ TivayQevTav Kopv<pai rives 

' f) Tro'Ats oAry avveyyOT] irXriv OLKL&V TreWe, rd? 6' aAAa? 
z/ 6 cretor/xos. ez; 8e /ue'cr?? r?/ oroa yv^vafy^v^v 6/zou ra>z> 
v Kat raw vtavi.G'K.toV Aeyerat fjiiKpov Ttpb TOV (TL(rjjiov Aaywz; 

i, Kat rov? fxez; veavLO-Kovs, uxnrep yarav 
a ircubias eKSpa/xetz; Kat 
TO yv^va(rLov Kat 

CLVT&V ert jwp 2eto-)utartai; Trpoo-ayopevov&i. ra\y by (TWLbvv CLTTO 
TOV TrapovTos TOV /xe'AAoz/Ta Kivbvvov 6 'A/3)(t6a/>ios, Kat roi>s TroAtrus 
opwz^ CK rwi; otKtwz; ra rtjutcorara Tretpcoju^ouj o-cofetr, eKe'Aeuore rrj 
^Lv^ ws TroAe/ouW eTTtoVrcoy, OTTCOS ort raxi " 7 "^ /^tera 
oirXotv hOpoifavTai irpos avTov. o 6r) Kat jjdvov tv rw rore 
TTJZ; 2,TrapTr]v oi<r<i>(rV. ol yap EtAcores e* r5i> ayp&v 
iravTa^oOev a>s avapTrao-6fJiVOL rov? a-eo-axrjae^ovj rwy 
a)7rAto-/^e^ouj 6e Kat o-vvTCTayfJievovs evpovTes avt- 
eTTt ras Tro'Aet? Kat <f>avp<i>$ e-TroA^jutov^, raiv re TreptotKcoz; 
OVK oAtyous, Kat Meo-o-TjinW a/xa rots 27raprtarats 
TT^TTOVO-LV ovv ol AaKe6atjuoVtot IleptKAetSay ets 



Seo'/ixe^ot porjOtw, ov 



eTrt rot? ^3co/xots &\pdv ev ^OLVLKLOL o-rpartay eTratreti;. 
ou 8e KcoAvo^ros Kat oLa^apTvpo^vov JUT) /3o?]0eu> /xr;6' drt- 
TToAtz; avTiiraXov CTT! raj 'A^rj^as, aAA' eaz> Keto-^at Kat 
TO (^pov^a r^y STiaprrys, Kt/iwra ^)T7crt Kptrtas rr)i^ r?)? 
r\(nv v vo-repw 6fjivov TOV AaKeSat/^iortw 

TOV brj^ov efeA^et^ (3orj0ovvTa juera 7roAAa)i; 
6 8* v lcoy airofjivriiJiovtvei Kat roy Ao'yor, w juaAttrra rovj *A6r]vaiovs 
(T, irapaKaX&v /xrjre rr)!' 'EAAa8a \&\r]V jarjre rr)z; TroAtz/ erepo'- 
7Tpubiv yfyevyfjievrjv. (17) 7Tt 5e fior]6i](ras rots AaKe8at- 
a7rr/et 8ta KopivOov Tr]v (TTpanav ayav, cyeKaAet Aaxap^o? 
tv eVrv)(etz> rot? TroAtrai? eto-ayayoWt ro o-rpareu/xa' Kat yap 
Ovpav KO\l/avTas aXKoTpLav OVK eto-teWt irpoTepov T) TOZJ wpiov 
KeAeOo-at. Kat 6 Kifjiav " 'AAA' ov^ v/xets " etTrez; " ai Aax^pre, ras 
KAecoratcoy Kat Meyapewz; TruAas Ko'x/rayTes, aAAa KaTaa-^iaavTcs 
t(re/3taa i aa'^e juera rcou OTrAcoz; d^touz^re? av(pyvai iravTa rot? 
bvva^voLs" ovrco /uep fOpavvvaTo irpos TOV KopivOwv cv 
i, Kat juera r^s crrparias 6tefrjA0ez>. ot 5e AaKeSat/otoVtot rovs 
av^ts KCL\OVV em roi;? ez> 'I^tujur; Meo-o-r]z^tot;j Kat EtAco- 
ras, eA^oz^rcoi; 8e rr)z^ roA/uaz^ Kat rrjv AajULTrporr^ra 8et(raz^res aTreTre'//- 
\l/avTo fjiovovs T&V vvimayjuv a>? z>ecoTept0ras. ot 8e Trpo? opyrjv 



300 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [Ch.vn. 



cbreA0oVres 7/rj rots AaKcozn^bucrt (zWepais fyaXeiraivov, Kal rbv 
Kt/xcoz/a fxtKpas e7rtAa/3o'/xez>oi Trpo^dVeoos efaxrrpdKto-af ets err] 
de/ca* ro(roi5roz> yap ^ \povov rrayjueVoz> cnrao'i rots e^ocrrpaKi- 



66. Pans. iv. 24. 5 : Meo-o-rjwW e rous 
eV rrj yrj, orwreAowras Kara avdyKyv es rovs EtAcoras, e7re'Aa/3ez> 
OTTO AaKe8at/xozJta>z> wrepoz; cnroo-Tfjvai Kara rrjz> evdrriv 6Ai'|U'7rta8a 
Kal J3bofJLrjKO(rrr f iv t rjv KopivOios h-LKa Hevo^c 
('ApxiSrjjutdou Palmer., etc.) 'A^TJ^r/o-tz; apyovros. 
Kaipbv Toiovfe evpoVre?. AaKeSai/uoyiW avbpes airo6avlv em 
/xart ora> 8r) Karayyaxr^ei're? Uerat Karafytvyovcriv es Taivapov' 

TOV j8a)jUoO (T(/)a9 aTTOO-TTa- 

(6) ^Traprtarau 6e e^ ov8ert Aoyw Qeptvois TOVS 
eK rio(rei6coros n^vi^a, Kat (rfyiviv ? e8a<|)oj rr)i/ 
Traoraz; Kare/3aAe^ 6 ^eo?. ITTI 6e rrj (rvfjityopq TavTy KOL 
T>V EtAcorcoy oVot MecrcrTj^tot ro ap^aiov ^(rar, e? ro opos rr)z> 
a7tt<TTr}(rav. AaKeSatjuoViot 8e aAAa re /xereTre/^'n'o^ro o-v/x- 
a eV avrou? Kat Kt/xcoz^a ror MtAriaSov Trpo^evov <T<$)i(riv ovra 

8e 



Kat 



fjiT ov -TToAv e 'I^w/xT/j. (7) 'A^rji^atot 5e rrjz> e? avrovs 
AaKeSatfxortcoz; vnovoiav arvvcvrts 'Apyetots re ^>tAot 8t' avro eye- 
VOVTO, Kat Meo-o-rjrtW rot? ey 'I^wfxr; -TroAtopKOV/xeVots eKTreo-ova-t^ 
v7TO(T7roi;5ot? tboo-av NavTraKro^, d^)eAojuei;ot AoKpov? rovs Trpos 
AtrwAta KaAov/xeVovs 'Ofo'Aa?. rots 8e Meo-o-rjrtots TrapeVxev aireA- 
'I^ca/arys rou re x.<*>piov TO e^vpoV, Kat a/xa AaKe8atjaoz^tots 
17 ITu^ta ?} /XT)!' etvat o~^)t(n 6tKi/y a/xaproOcrtz^ es rou Atos 
roi; 'I0a)/xdra roz/ tKeVr^r. vTToa-TTovboi /xev eK neAo7rorr?jo-ou 



67. Diod. xi. 63 : 'ETT S ap^ovros 5' J A^rjz;/7o-t 4>ata>z/os . . . 
/ueydArj rts Kal 7rapd8oos eye^ero cru/x^)opd rots AaKeSat/xoytots* ev 
yap rrj 27rdpr?/ yero/xeVcoz/ o-eto-/ma)z> /xeyaAcaz^ <rvv(Sr] Treo-etz/ ras 
otKtas eK ^efxeAtcor Kal rc5z> AaKe^at/xovtW TrAetous rcSz^ 
{frOapfjvat,. (2) eTrl TTO\VV 8e \povov (rvv\&s rrjs Tro'Aecos 
/xeVrjs Kat rcSi' ot/cuoz' -TrtTrroDO'ciz; TroAAa crcafjiaTa rots irrw/xao't rail' 
Tofatov a7roAa/Li/3ardfxe^a bif^Oapr], OVK 6\Lyov 5e ra>^ Kara rds 
otKtas w^paTtov 6 (reta-/uids \vfj,rjvaro. (3) Kal roCro /xez> ro KOKOZ; 
axnrep 8at/xortou rtros re/xeo-r/o-arros avrots e7ra0oz>, dAAous 8e 



66-67.] SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 301 

Kivbvvovs VTT* av6ptoTT(*)v CLVTols crvvefirj yeve&Oai 8ta ToiavTas atrtas. 
(4) EtAcore? Kat Mea-o-TJznot Ttpbs 2\aKebatfjiovLovs dAAorptcos 
ro }JLv TTpb TOV f]crv)(tav el\ov, (pofiovfAevoi, TYJV rrjs 
re Kal bvvajj.iv eirel 8e 8td roz> a-ettr/xor ea>pa>z> 
aTioAcoAoYa?, KaTetypovrjcrav T&V AiroXcXcift^i^W, oXiyav OVTWV. 
8to7rep Trpo? aXA?}Aov9 avvOi^voi Koivfj TOV TioK^ov ^rjvc-yKav TOV 
rovs AaKe6ai//or^ouj. (5) 6 6e /3ao-tXevs rwr AaKeSat/xortca^ 
8ta r^y t^a? Trpovoias Kat Kara rou (rcicrfjiov lo-cofe rou? 
TroAtras Kat Kara roz; TToXejaor yevvatas rots 7nTi0[JLvoLS CLVTC- 
rafaro. (6) rrj? jmer yap TroAea)? a"vvyoiJ.vr]s VTTO Trjs TOV 
btivoTriTOs, Trpcoro? 27raprtar<Sy eK r?;? 7roAea>? apTracras rr)z^ 
\ioiv eTTt rr)z; \wpav e^TT^brja-e, Kat rots aAAots TroAtratj ro avro 
TTpaTTtLv 7rap?7yyeiAe^. (7) viraKova-avTtov be T&V 27raprtar<Si>, roi;- 
roz; ror Tpoirov ol TrtpiXcKfrO&Tfs ca-^Orjcrav, ovs (rwrafas 6 /Sao-iAeus 

TTap(TKvd^TO TTO^ffJiflv TO?? a(f)(7TrjKO(riV. (64) Ot 6 

fxera rwz; EtAwrcor o-vvTayOevTts TO fjiev irp&Tov a>pjj.r]a-av 

Xa^(3dvovTS avTr)v alp^aeLV bia 

(3or]6ri(T6vTa)v' w? 8' iJKOvcrav TOVS vTToXeXeLfjLjjievovs joier' 
rov /3a(nAeW awTtTayptvovs erotjaov? etrat -jrpos roy VTrep r?}s 
ay&va, TavTrjs fj.ev Trjs e?rij8oA^s aTrecrrryo-a^, KaraAa/3o'/xez;oi 
japiov o^vpov, CK rovrov rr)r opyJf]v iroiovfjifvoi, 
TJ]V AaKMViKrjv. (a) ot 8e Siraprtarat Kara^vyoVres 7rt 
rrjz; Trapa rwy 'AOrjvakav (3ori0iav -rrpoo-eAa/Sorro Trap* ai/rwi' 
ovbev 8' ^rrov Kat Trapa rcSi^ aAAcoz; (rv^a^v a$poi(ravTs 

rots TroAe/u'oi? tyevriOrjcrav. Kat ro jueu Trp&Tov TroAi; 
rwr TroAe/uiW, vo-Tfpov be V7ro\//tay yevojJLevrjs ws 
peXXovTcov aTionXiveiv irpos TOVS Meo-(rr]^tovy, c 
CLVT&V Tr]v <TVimayj.av, <f>r)(ravTe$ LKCLVOVS e\eiv irpbs TOV e 
KLvbvvov TOVS aAAouj crvpiiayovs. (3) ot 8e 'AOrjvaioi boavTe$ 
eavTOvs ^rt/mao-^at, ro're jueu aTr^AAay^o-ay /xera 8e raCra aAAorptcos 
ra Trpos rov? AaKeSat/xoi/tofs ael /xaAAov r?)y e^Opav 
bio KOI TavTTjv fJ.V ap^v tXafiov Trjs dAAorptoV?]roy, 
v(TTpov be at TroAets birjve-)(6r](raVj Kat /xeyaAou? eTravtXofjievai -TroAe- 
juovs e7T\r](Tav airaaav TJ\V *EAAa8a /xeyaAa)^ aTv\r]fjidT(t)v. dAAd yap 
Trept TOVTWV ra Kara /x^pos er rot? otKetots yjpovois dvaypd^o^ev. 
(4) roVe 8e ot AaKe8at/xoVtot (rrparevo-a^res eTTt r^z; 'Iflco/xrjz; /aera 
rwi^ (TVfjLfj.d\(tiv eiroXiopKovv avTrjv. ot 8' EtAa>res 7ray8r7/xei raw 
AaK8at/xoz;ia)z; a^eo-rwre? o-ure/maxov^ rots Meo-o-rjutois, Kat Trore 
be TJTT&VTO. em b% err? 8eKa row 7ro\ejj.ov pr) 



3 02 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [Ch.vii. 

vov SiaKpiOrjvat., Stere'Aow TOVTOV rbv \povov dAATyAovs KOKO- 



The Earthquake. 

68. Polyaen. i. 41. 3: Aa/cedai/ouwW ^ Tro'Ats eo-eto-tfry, /cat 
TreVre jjidVat 8tea-a>07yo-azJ otKtat. 'Apxt'Sajjios op&v TOVS avOpvirovs 
7rt ro a-cofetz; ra ez> rat? oiKtats rpaTro/xeVous, SetVas JXTJ Traces 

a7roAoii/ro, rrj craATrtyyt TroAe/ottcoi; tyobov fa"t]iJ.r]VV. 

ol AaKco^es Trpos avrdv (rvvtbpaiJLov' at /xez; oixtat 



, CLVTOl 



69. Ael. F. IT. vi. 7 : "Ore ol AaKedaijutoVioi rov? ex Tatvapov 
tKeraj 7Tapa(TiTovbri(TavTS aveorT^aav KOL a.T7KTivav (qvav o"e ol 
tKerat rwr EtAcorcoz;), Kara \iJf\viv TOV IToo-etSoS^os creto-fxo? 7ri7reo-a)i> 
rrj Snapr-fl Tyv iro^tv cbSpeio'rara KareVeto-er, a>5 -TreVre /xoVas a 
i ot/ctas ef aTrao-rys rr/? 



Appeal to Athens, and Kimons Mission. 

70. Ar. Z^/s. 1137 : 

AT. Etr', 2) AaKa)z^?, Trpos yap v/uas rp^o/nat, 
OVK to-^', or' eA0a>z> 6evpo n^ptKAetSas -Trore 
6 AaKcoz> ' A07]vai 
7rl rotcrt ^3co/xot? a>xpo? ez; 
(TTpanav TTpo(raiT<i)v ; ry 6"e Meo'0'ryz/ry ro're 
^tr 7reKtro, xa> 



71. Schol. ac? Zoc. : Ets avfjiftacrLv CLVTOVS KOL $>i\lav TrporpeTro- 
ap^erat roi; avrovs VTTOfjLLfjLvi](rKLV &v rja-av e^ dAA?}Aa)i; ev 
ol juei' yap 'A^ryi^atot KaraTrovov^vovs avrovs VTTO 
5i^<ra)crav . . . 1138. raCra Kal ol o-u^reraxo'res ras 



TOVS 'AOrjvaiovs Xapeiv 8ta raj 
u/x^opaj. 6 orparTyyo? AaKeSat/zo^tcor. 1142. 
yap o-ux^ot tytvovro ore 6 Tro'Ae/xo? o-u^eta-rTyKet. 1144. 
Kty/ooz;, jzera r?/r ^ DAaraiat? M^X 7 ?^ l /3' ^ret vo-rcpov. ravra fy 
eTu eayertSof. Kat yap roO TauyeVov rt Trapeppayry Kal ro a>8etoz> 
Kal erepa Kal otKtat TrActarat, Kal Meo-o^z^tot aTroo-rcii're? 



68-78.] SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 303 

Kat ol EtAoores e-TreoTTja-ay, eW Kt/ma>i> ZXOvv 8ta rrjz; l 



72. Paus. i. 29. 8 : AaKe&at/xoiaots rr/y iioXiv rov 0ov a-ti 

ol Et'Acore? es 'itfcojutTjzJ airtcrTrivav' dc^earrfKorcou 5e ol AaKe8at/j,oVtot 
fiorjOovs KOI aAAou? Kat Trapa *A6r]vai(tiv ^T^^^TIOVTO' ol 8e O~$L<TIV 
e-TTtAeKrouy avbpas aTrooreAAovo-t Kat orrpaT^ybv Ktjuco^a TOV MtAricS- 
8ov TOVTOVS a.TToi7ffj,7Tov(rLv ol Aa/ceSaijucmoi TT/OOS vTto^lav. (9) 
OVK avtKTa (j)aCvTo TrepivfipicrOai) KOL a>y KO^L^OVTO 
Troir)<ravTo 'Apyetots AaKeSatjuoz/tco^ fyOpols rov 
airavTa OV(TL ^povov. 

73. Justin, iii. 6 : Interiecto tenipore tertium quoque bellum 
Messenii reparavere, in cuius auxilium Lacedaemonii inter 
reliquos socios etiam Athenienses adhibuere ; quorum fidem 
cum suspectam haberent, supervacaneos simulantes, a bello 
eosdem dimiserunt. 

74. Thuc. iii. 54. 5. Cf. Xen. Hellen. vi. 5. 33 ; [Xen.] Eesp. 
Ath. iii. ii (above I. 145). 

Kimoris Lakonism. 
See above V. 82 f. 

Perikleidas son Athenaios. 

75. Thuc. iv. 119. 2. 

The Battle at StenyJcleros. 

76. Hdt. ix. 64. 



77. Paus. iii. 1 1 . 8 : TeVaproz> 5e (IVa/zeyos) -riyuvLvaro irpos 
rovy [ef 'lo-fyxoi;] es 'I^wjurjz; aTroo-rarras TWZ; EtAwrcoi>. 
b ov\ aTTavTes oi EtAcorej, aAAa TO Mea-o-rji/taKoz; OTTO r&v a 
EtAwrcoz^ aTroor^to-^eWcs* Kat /uot Kat rdSe 6 Ao'yos CLVTIKO, -7re 
rore 8e ot AaKe8at/uoVtot roi/s dTroardrras 
daarav Tt(raura) Kat r<> 



Allies and Opponents of the Spartans. 
The Aiginetans. 



78. Thuc. ii. 27. 2. 



304 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [Ch. vil. 



The Mantineians. 

79. Xen. Hellen.v. 2. 3 : 'Ayrjo-t'Aao? fxev ovv e8?j0T/ rrj? Tro' 
a<eiz;at kavrbv Tavrrjs rr}? o-rparrjyias, Ae'yaw on ra> Trarpt a^roi) 77 
r<3z> Ma^rtueW Tro'Ats 1 TroAAa vTrrjp^KOi kv rots TT/OOS 



General dislike of Sparta in Peloponnesos. 

80. Arist. Po^. ii. vi. (9.) 2. 1269 a 36: *H re yap 

TroAAa/a? 7re^ro rot? trraAot?, o/jiotcos 8e Kat rots 
ot EtAwres- (wo-Trep yap <})$ pevovrcs rot9 arvx^ao-t 8tare- 
TTpl 6e rov? Kp?}ras ovSeV TTCO rotoCroz; (TV^(34j3r]KV. ainov 
' tcra)9 ro ray yetr^tcoaas 77oAei?, KatTrep TroAe/xova'a? aAArjAais, 
fjiribefjiiav elvai avjjLfjLa^ov rot? a(/Hara/xeVots 8ta ro /ut^| orvfjL(j)piv Kat 
at)rat9 KeKr^jueVat? TreptotKOUj, rots 6e AaKtoo-iz; ot yetr^tai^res 
Tja-ai'j 'Apyetot Kat Meo-^tot Kat 'ApKaSes. 



settlement of the Helots at Naupaktos. 

81. Diod. xi. 84. 7, 8. See above III. 115. 

The Relations of Naupaktos ivith its Neighbours. 

82. See /. G. A. 321. 

Naupaktos, an Athenian base. 

83. Thuc. ii. 69. i. 

Spartan Dedication at Olympia. 

84. Paus. v. 24. 3 : Tov vaov 6e eo-rtr e^ 8efta rov jiteyaAov 

az;aroAas TyAtov, //eye^os /xev 8uo'5eKa Troo'cSi', avd6r]{Jia 8e 
Aeyovdtr eTfat AaKeaijuoz;&oz;, ^rtKa aTroo-raa-t Me(ro-r;z;tots Sevrepa 
roVe ? Tro'Ae/xo^ KaTtaTrjo-av. e7reo-rt 6e Kat ^Aeyetoi' CTT* avro>, 
Ae'fo araf Kpoviba Ztv 'OAvjotTTte Ka\6v ayaA/xa 
rot? 



86. I. 6^. J.. 75, Olympia, Inschr. 252 : [Ae']o, faz 
[Z]e) 'OAwTrte, KaAoz; ^[y]aA/aa, tAefoft ^ujfxot [r]ot(A) Aa 

Letters: rD^B(h)|<AM(or 



79-90.] SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. 305 



The War between Elis and Pisa and the Temple 
of Zeus at Olympia. 



86. Paus. v. IO. 2 : 'ETroujflrj 5e 6 vabs KOL TO ayaXpa rw Atl 
0776 Aa(vpo>z/, f)viKa OtVav ot 'HAetot Kal ovov T&V TtepioiKtov aAAo 
Ilto-aiois TroAe'/xa) KaOeiXov. 



87. Ibid. 6. 4 : 'Eirt 6"e row TroAe'juou rou Ilta-atcoz; 
'HAefou? eTTtKoupot re nta-atcoi; ot 2KtXAowrtot Kal 6ic(/>opot rot? 
'HAetots Tya-av CK rov (pavtpov, Kal (7^>a? ol 'HAetot rovrco^ 
az/aorarouy. 



88. jTcZ. vi. 22. 4 : ECuppou 6e TOU riazmzAeoiTOS /otera 
(fi&vTa TOV a$\(f)6v /3ao"tAewa^T09 TTtcratot TroXejJLov 
Travi\ovTo 'HAetotj. avvcLTTea-Trio-av 8e a-tyio-iv OTTO 'HAeioaz; Ma- 
Ktcrrtot Kal SKtAAowrtot, oSrot /xez; eK r?)? Tpi^uAuzs, rwi^ 6e aAAcoy 

AwTToVrtoi. . . . rTto-atov? ju,i> 677 Kal ocrot roi; 
fjLT0")(ov, 77eAaj3e^ d^aoTarovs 1 "UTTO 'HAetcoi' 
Hdt. iv. 148. 

89. Strab. viii. 2. 30 (355) : XpoVots 8' va-repov 
TraAtz; r^? ITia-ariSoj et? TOVJ 'HAetou? /xereTrecre^ et? aLToi)s 
Kal ^ dya)^o^(7ta. crvveirpa^av 8e Kat ot AaKe6at/xo^tot 

K.a.Ta\v<riv T&V Mea-aTjzucoz; (rvfjifjiaxwao-LV avrot? Tavavrta 
Ne'oropos aTToyoVcoz; Kal r<Sy 'ApKaScoz; o-v/jnroAeju^craz/rcozJ rots 
* Kal cut roo-oro'y ye (rvviTpaav wcrre rr)z^ yj&pav 
airaa-av rrjv ^XP L Meo-(r?]z;^s 'HAetW pr^Orjvai Kal 6tajuetz/at /xe'xpt 
in;*;, IltcrarcSi' 8e Kat T pityvXitov KOI KauKwra)^ //r;^ 1 OVOJJLO. \i(j)6rjvai. 
Kat avrbv 6e roi' ITvAoz; roz; ^aOoevra et? ro AeVpetor avvuKKrav, 
\Ofitf6fjLfVOi rots AeTrpearat? Kpar^raa-t TroAe/xw, Kat aAAa? TroAAaj 
raw KCLTOiKi&v KaTtcriraa-av, ocras y tapav avroiipayeiv 



The Shield dedicated by the LaJcedaimonians. 
See above III. 100, 101. 

T^e Architect: Libon. 

90. Paus. v. IO. 3 : TeKrcov 8e eye'rero avrou Aij3<*>v eTTtx^ptos. 

X 



306 SPARTA AND PELOPONNESOS. [Oh. VII. 91-97. 

The Artists Employed on the Temple. 
Pheidias. 

91. Pans. v. IO. 2 : 4>et8tai> 8e roz; tpyavaptvov TO ayaAjua etrat 
Kat eTuypaju/x-d eortr ts (JLaprvpiav VTTO TOV Aid? y^ypa^ivov rots 
TToo-t' 4>et8as Xapfjiibov vios 'AOrjvalos p eTrotrjcre. Cf. ibid. II. 
l-io; 15. I. 

02. Strab. viii. 2. 30 (353) : Me'ytoroi; 8e rovrcoy vTnjpfe ro 
rot; Atoy 6avov, o e-Trofei 4>et8tas Xap/w,t8ou 'AOrjvalos 
K.r.A.. 



03. Plin. JV. jfiT. xxxv. 8. 54 : Cum . . . praeterea in confesso 
sit LXXX tertia fuisse (pictorem) fratrem eius (Phidiae) Pan- 
aenum, qui clipeum intus pinxit Elide Minervae quam fecerat 
Colotes discipulus Phidiae et ei in faciendo love Olympic 
adiutor. 

04. Ibid, xxxiv. 8. 87 : Colotes, qui cum Phidia lovem 
0]ympium fecerat, philosophos (fecit). 

Paionios and Alkamenes. 

05. Paus. v. IO. 8 : Ta juez> bri ^Trpoa-Oev cv rotj aerots 

, yeVos e/c MeV8?/y rrjs 0paKta?, ra 8e oino-Oev 
avbpbs fi\iK.iav re Kara 4>et8tay Kat Seurepeta 
es irolifia-w ayaA/xara>z>. 

Panainos. 



06. Paus. v. II. 5 : Touro)^ rcSy epvfJiaT&v ocrov ptv ovv airav- 
v T&V 6vp&v (TTIV, aXrjkLKTai Kvavu jJiovov, ra 8e AotTra avr&v 

Tra/oe'xerat Tlavaivov ypa^as. . . . (6) IIaz>aii>os ptv 8?) ovros abe\(f>6s 
T r\v 4>et8to?;, Kat CLVTOV Kat ' AOi^vrja-LV tv riotKtXry ro MapaO&vi 
Zpyov ecrrt y^ypa^ivov. 

07. Strab. viii. 2. 30 (354): IIoAAa 8e aWvrpafe rw 4>et8ta 
riavatros 6 wypa<f)os, abeXtyibovs &V avrov Kat criwepyoA.a/309, 77/069 
rr^z; rou foa^ou 8ta TU>V xp^arcoz-' n6(T^7]<TLV Kat //aAtcrra r^s 

8e Kat ypa^at TroAXat re Kat flau^aorat Trept ro 
e'pya. 



CHAPTER VIII. 

THE WESTERN GREEKS. 



Chronology. 

1. Hdt. vii. 154, 155. 

2. Arist.PoZ. viii.(v.) ix. (12.) 23. 1315 b 34: T&v 5e Xonr&i 
(rvpavvibcw x/oortcorar??) fj (r<Sj>) -jrept *Iepcora Kat Fe'Acoz/a 

err] 8 s ov' ai/rr; TroAAa St^/aetrez;, aAAa ra 
etKOdf FeAo)z^ juev yap eTrra rvpaz^^evcra? r<3 oySow 



Diod. xi. 38. See below 32. 
j7Hc?. 66. See below 140. 

3. Harm. Par. 53 (69) : 'A0' ov [FejAcor o Aea'o//eVouy 
VO-WZ;] fTvpavveva-ev, err] HHAP, ap\ovros 'Adqvrjo-LTijJioa-O 

4. Paus. viii. 42. 8 : 'ETret 8e ereAevrrjo-e TeAwi;, es 'le 

v FeAcoro? TreptTJA^e^ ^7 "PX 7 ?- 'Icpcoroj 8e airodavovros 

rw 'OAu/Lt7rt&) Aa avaOzivai ra ava6rm.ara a evfaro 

rats z/tKats, oi/ra) A^LVo^vrjs 6 'lepavos 
TOV irarpos. 

5. JcZ. vi. 12. I : 'TTTo/uwjjutara 5e em vinais ' 

'I^pcaz/os roi5 Aetz>o/j>ovs rvpavvrjcravTos SvpaKovoriav fiera TOV 
a8eA</>6v F^Acova. ra 5e avaOrn^ara ov^ 'lepcoz; aTreVretAer, aAA J 6 
/aer aTToSous rw ^ea> Aet^oju^j eoTii> 6 *Ie/?a)z;o9. 

6. Schol. Pind. OZ. i. inscr. See below 141. 

Gelon still a Geloan in 488/7 B.C. 

7. Paus. vi. 9. 4 : Ta 8e es ro ap/xa rd FeAcovo? ov Kara ravra 

e/xo^ re irapio-raro Kat rots irpoTcpov rj eyct) ra es avro 
j <& Fe'Acoros rov ev 2tKeA^a TVpavv^a-avros fyacriv 
X 2 



308 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch.vm. 



etz^at TO apjua. eVfypa/^jaa jui> by kanv avrut Fe'Acoz/a 
avaOelvat, FeAwoz/ Kat 6 \p6vos rovra> ra> FeAa)z>t eort TTJ? 
rpt'nj Trpos ras e/38o/xJKoz;Ta dAu/xTrtdSas. Fe'Acoz; 8e 6 StKeAta? 



8eurepa> 8e Iret rrjs 
TtcrtKparryj ez/^Ka Kp 
7/677 Ka ' ov FeAwor avayopevtiv CLVTOV 



o/ Thrasyboulos in 466/5 B.C. 
Diod. xi. 68. See below 144. 



Capture of Kamarina. 

8. Hdt. viii. 156. 

9. Schol. Find. 0. v. 19 : Taz; VCOIKOV ebpav. VZOLKOV fli 

rr\v Kafjiapivav 6 Iliy&apo?. (raQrivtfcrai Tt//atos ev TT/ 
. 6to"l 5e oSrot ot KajuapiFcuoi, ot VTTO TOTJ FeAcoros rvpavvov 

, eTra TJTTO FeAcoz^os (rvv(i)KL(T0r)crav ITU TT}S . . . 
. T; 6e aAaxm eye^ero Kara r7)y Aapetov roC FTepo-ou bia 
[Pro altero Fe'Ao^oy 1. FeAcocoz;. Boeckh]. 'I^o/cpar??? TJTTO roC 
rwy FeAcocoz; rvpdvvov avtjptOr], etra VTTO FeAw^o? [FeAcocop Wes- 
seling.] (rvv<j)Ki(rdr] 7] Ka/xaptz^a Kara r?)y /[x/3' oAu/.tTrtaSa, w? <^r]cn 
Ttjitoios* . . . T; 8e aAcoo-t? avrrjs eyeVero Kara r^ Aapetou rou 
'Tardo'TTov (rrparetar. 4>tAi(rro9 ez^ r?7 rpirr] (f)r)(rtv, on F^AcozJ 
Kctfjiapivav KareVrpex/Aez^, ^TTTroKpdrr/s 6e TroAe/xTJa-a? SupaKoixrtots Kat 
TroAAous atx/^aAwrou^ Aa/3a>z> TjTrep ro{) rovrovs dTroSoS^at eAa/3e rr)v 
KafjiCLpivav KOI (rvvcpKio-fv avri]v. 6 yo?jz; DtVSapos ot6e (rwwKt- 
Tr]v Kanapivav. Vet. 

Aeyet r^ K.ap.apivav, e7ret8^ ez> rT] rea*crapaKO(rr77 

p)(aS KTl(T0l(Ta V Trj TTVTr]KO(TTfj 6/380JU7/ 

LITTO ^vpaKovcricw ^TTLKpaTrjcrdvTMv TOVS avrr]v fyovTas KarecrrpaTrro* 
etra ez> rjj oy^o^Koa-rrj bevrepq dXvfjiinabi fxerafu roC \p6vov, KaO* 
ov tyavj.1 fviKro-tv avKTi(r6r. Rec. 



Sicily after the Defeat of Karthage in 480 B.C. 

T/i6 Karthaginians sue for peace. 

10. Diod. xi. 24. 4 : Ot 5e Kapx??5(woi Qofiovptvoi 
bia{3as e2? Ai(3vf]v FeAcoz;, ev^v? k^-ney^rav irpbs avrbv 
TOVS dwarcordrou? eiTrety re Kat 



8-14.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 309 



(26. l) 6 7TOL(TLV eTTietKO)? Xpf](rd{JLVO<i (TVfJL^a^aV (TVVTL0TO, KOL 
TT]V eVTVyjiaV av6ptoTTLVU>S (f)pV OVK 771 TOVTOW fJLOVOV, dAAa Kat 7Tt 

T&V TToAe/xicorarcoy Kapxyboviav. (2) i^apay^vo^v^v yap irpos 
avrbv eK TTJS Kapx^oVoy r&v aTreo-raAjuei'coi' 7rpecr/3ea)z> /cat /uera 
$oiJLv<t)v avOptoTTLv&s avrois xprjcracrOai, avrexw/o^cre rrji; 
evrpafaro 6e Trap' avr&v raj et? roz^ TroAe/xoz; 
, apyvpiov bio-\L\ia raAa^ra, Kal 6vo i>aov? 

Ka^' oi)s e8et ra? (TVF^riKas avaTtOrjvai. (3) ot 
TrapaSofco? r^s (rcorr/pta? rereuxoVes ravra re 
Kat aTCffravov \pvcrovv rfj ywat/ct row FeA-ca^o? Aa^a- 
perr/ Trpoo-co/xoAoyr^o-a^. avrr] yap VTT' avr&v aficoflei ra o-vvrjpyrjarf 
et? rr)^ (rvvBecriv r?^9 etpr/rr]?, Kat (rre(/)arco^etcra VTT' avr&v 
raAarroty \pv(riov, i/ojui(rjua e^KO\/^e ro K\rfdv CLT^ Kivr]s 
rovro 6' etx^ /u.ez> 'ArrtKa? bpa^as 8e/ca, K\^dr] be 
Trapa rots StKeAtcorats aTro roC (rraO^ov nevTriKovrdhiTpov. 

11. Schol. Find. OZ. ii. inscr. : 'EKijSevo-e 8e (rjpco^) FeAcoz/t rai 
TVpdvvy bovs avrai rrjy Qvyaripa Ar/juapcrriy, d^)' r^s Kat ro Ar/juape- 
retoz; TTpooro^vo^aaOrj vo^iv^a. Cf. Sch. 29 (below 35). 

TAe Damareteia. 

12. O&v. Quadriga to right, horses walking, crowned by 
Nike. In exergue, lion. 

jRev. ^YRAKO^IOA/' Female head to right, laureate, sur- 
rounded by dolphins. The whole in incuse circle. 

/R dekadrachm or pentekontalitron. 44-426 grammes. 
Head, <7oms o/#ie ^L^c^en^s, ii. C 33 (PI. 17). 
See A. J. Evans in Numism. Chron. 1894, pp. 189 if. PL vi. 

Human Sacrifices of the Karthaginians. 

13. Schol. Pind. Pyth. ii. 3 : To yovv dz;0pa>7ro0i;retz> ^TJO-IZ; 6 
00(pacrro cv ra> Trept Tvpcrrjv&v 7rawao"0at a^roi/s FeAcoi^os Trpocr- 

. ort 8e Kat CKeAeuo-ej; a^rovs \prfp.aTa eto-^epetz;, Ttjotatos 



14. Pint. cZe sera Tium. WTIC?. 6 (jE'^. 55 2 A): FeAcoi; 8e Kat 
aptcrra Kat Kpar7Jo~as nd\r) p,yaA?/ Kapx^So^tcozj, ov 
eTrotrja-aro Trpoy avrois Seojuez/'ovj, ^ Kal roi;ro rats 
TreptAa/Setv, ort naixjovrai ra reWa rw KpoVcp Kara- 



3 io THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch.vni. 

15. [Plut] Apophth. reg. Gelon I (Eth. 175 A) : FeAcoz; 6 
rvpavvos, ore Kap\r]boviovs Ttpbs 'Ijme'pa Kare7roXe/x^o"^, tlprjvrjv 
7TOLOVp.Vos TTpo? a^TOi;? ^vdyKao~V eyypdx/^at rat? 6/xoAoytats ort 
" Kat ra TeKm Travaovrai ra> KpoVa> 



Human Sacrifices in use at Karthage later. 

16. Diod. xx. 14. 

Subsequent relations with Karthage : fear of an 
invasion. 

17. Pind. Nem. ix. 28 (67) : 

Ei bwarov, KpoinW, Tretpaz; ptv aydvopa 
o)^ ravrav Oavdrov 77e/ot Kat ^coas az^ 

a, fjioipav 5* evvopov 
o) ere Ttaialv bapov Atrratcoy OTrafeiz;, K.r.A. 

18. Schol. acZ Zoo. : ^otriKooroXcoz; eyxecor] /xe0' wi^ ot 4>oti;tKes 

bopdrav, TJTOL VTTO QoiviKtoV earaAjaeVcar, e7rei5 
rrjv Aifivriv /utera Kapxn^ovL^v, otrti/ej d^toVres 
. Sio w^ ei/xerat 6 ITu>6apos ro> Au^ (Sore tf 
v TJ\V op^v. K.r.A. 



Gelon and his Greek rivals. 

19. Diod. xi. 25. 5 : TeAo)^ 8e roi/? (rv^d^ovs diToXva-as rovs 
TroAtra? aTirjyayev et? ra? 2u/)aKOwa?, Kat 8ta TO /xeye^oj rr/s 
L>7]/^epta? aTroSox^J ervyx az;ez; ^ l^ovov irapa rots -TroAtVatj, aAAa 
Kat Ka0' oA^z; TT)^ 2tKeAtay* eTT^yero yap at^aAwrwj' roo"oi5ro 
, wore 8oKtv VTTO rr;? yTJo-ov yeyoz/eWt rr)i/ Aij3vT<]v o\rjv 
26) e0i>j 6e Kat ra>^ nporepov tvavTiovntvav TroAewz; 
re Kat bwaorrGtv TtapeyevovTO irpbs avrov TrpeVjSety, e-TTt jutez' rot? 
atro^juierot o-vyyv^r\v y ets 8e ro XOITTOV e-TrayyeAAo'/xerot 
TO TipofrraTTo^vov. 6 8e TIOLCTIV 
tTiQtTOj Kat r?]i/ fVTV^Lav ai>0pa>7r6>a>s 
icZ. 66. See below 132. 



Hieron marries the daughter of Anaxilaos. 

20. Schol. Pind, P^/^- i- 1]t ^ : Acivopfvrjs 8e vto? 'le 
rs NiKOKAe'ovs roC 2vpaKouo-tou Ovyarpbs Kara 4>tAto-roz^ Kat Tt 
CK yap TTJS 'AvaftAcJoi' ^vyarpos Kat r^? @?/pa>i>os dz^e^ta? OVK 
8oiroti7(rei; 6 *Ie'p&>z> TrpoyTJjua? Tavrriv oOev ecrrt Kat 6 -Trats ofjito 
ra> TrdTTTTtp* Aetj'Ofiei'Tj? yap 6 Tranjp *I 



15-24.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 311 



Gelon's Rewards and Dedications. 

21. Diod. xi. 25 : *O be Fe'Aooz; juerd rr)z> uUrjv TOVS re 
rovs aveXcvTas TOV 'A/xtAKaz; Scopeats encore Kat T&V aAAooz; TOVS 
s dptoretots eKoVjUTjo-e. r<2z> e Xatyvpav ra KaAAt- 
Trapec/wAa^e, (BovXo^vos TOVS ev rats SvpaKov (TOLLS 
Koayxrjo-at rot? o-KvAots* r<Sz; 6' aXXcoz; -ffoAAa /ote^ ez; 'I/me/oa 
roi? TTi(f)av(rTaTOLs T&V tep&Vj ra 8e Xonra /utera 

6t6/aepio-e rot? cru/x/^a^ot?, Kara roz; apiQpbv T&V 
rr/z; avaXoyiav TTOirja-d^vos. (2) at 6e -TroAets et9 

TOVS 6taipe0eWas al^aX^TOvs, Kat ra Srjjuoo-ta ra>v Ipycoz; 
8ta TOVT&V TT<TKevaov. . . . (26. 7) 7To 8e rovrcoy ytvojjitvos 6 FeA-co^ 
CK /xer ra>^ Xafyvptov Kareo-Keuao-e raov? dftoAoyou? ArJ/x^rpo? Kat 
Ko'prjs, xp^^o^ Se rptTroSa 7rot?j(ras OTTO raAaz^rcoi; eKKatdeKa ave6r)Kev 
ets ro T{JLvos TO tv AeAc^otj J A7roAAcoz;t \api(nr]piov. 
V(TTpov Kat Kara r^y Atrz/ry^ Karao-Keuafetz; z^&)^ ArJ/xryrpos 
6e ovarjs TOVTOV ^kv ov trwereAecre, jue(roAay3rj^ts roz^ /3^o-v VTTO rr/? 



22. Paus. vi. 19. 7 : 'E<er?j 8e r<p StKucoz/tW eo-rty 6 
Qrjcravpos, ITo^atou re'x^ ^at 'Azm^t'Aou re Kat 

6e ez^ avrw Zevj juteye'^et /xe'yas Kat ^wpaKej Atvot rpet? 
coz^os 6e avdOrjfJLa Kat 2upaKO(ruoi> 4>otVtKas ?Jrot rpt?}pe(rtz/ 
^ Kat TrefrJ M^X?? Kpart](rdvT(^v. 

23. Athen. vi. 231 F : 'loropoCo-t yap owot (4>aiz;ia? re 6 'EpeVto? 
(/r. 12 -F. #. 6^. ii. 297) Kat eoVojUTros (/r. 219 jK IT. 6^. i. 314)) 
KO(riJ,r]6f]vaL TO TlvOiKov icpov VTTO re ro Fvyou Kat rou /xera roSroz^ 
KpotVou, /xe^' ovs VTTO re Fe'Acoj/os Kat*Iepa)z/os ra>r 2iKeAta>ra>z>, rou /xev 
rptVoSa Kat NI'KTJZ; XP UO "^ TT^TTOirjfjLeva avaOtvTos Ka^' ovs \povovs 
He'p^j eTreo-rpcireue r^ *EAAa8t, roO 8' 'I^pcoz^os ra o/xota. 

24. Schol. Find. P^. i. 155: 4>a<r! 8e roz; FeAcova rovs 



rara : 

' ' 



FeAcor', 'lepcoz^a, FIoAvfrjAoz;, 
TTalbas Aetz/o/xeVeuy, rovs Tpfaobas 
Kat 



z/tKTJo-az'ras etfzn;, TroXXrjv be 



3 T2 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 

25. Suidas, Aapertou : 

Tbv rpt-TroS' av6e{Jivai, 

If ZKCLTOV Atrp<3l> KOL 

AaptTLov xP V(TO v> Taj 

26. Anthol. Pal. vi. 214: 

Tov avrov (sc. 2ijuo>zn6ov). 



Tiaibas AetzJojuerevs, rdr rpnrod' dz>0e 

^ tKCLTOV \LTp&V KCH 



v. 4. Aa/oenou cod. Aapetou Wessel. Aa/u-a/)ertoi> Bent]. 
See Th. Eeinach in .Rev. JVum. 1895, p. 492. 

Gelon's position recognized in Syrakuse. 

27. Diod. xi. 26. 4 : 'O 6e FeAco^ exP^ 70 /7r ^" tz; 7TitK<Ss, 
jaez; ets ro/^ tStoz; rp&nov, ofy fJKicrTa 8e Kat (nrevb&v aTrarras 
rats tvvoiais Ibiovs' TrapecrKeva^ero yap TroAArj Swa/xet 7rAeti> eirt 
rr]i; 'EAAda Kat crv^a^lv rot? r/ EAAT]o-t Kara ro>i; ITepcrc!)z>. (5) ^77 
6' a{ro{; /xeAAorros Troteta-^at rrji; draycoy?]^, KareTrAeixrai/ rtre? IK 
KoptV^ov $ia<ra(f)ovvTs vtviKrjKevai, rfj vav^a^ia TOVS "EAArjra? irept 
Kat rw &,lpr)V juera /xepovs r^j 5u^a//ecos CK r^s EvpoaTnjs 
t - Sto Kat r?jj op/xrj? tirLa-^wv, ri]v irpoOvfJiiav r&v 
arpartcorcoz; aTroSefajae^o?, cri;z/?iyaye^ eKKAr^a-ta^, Trpoo-rafas airavTas 
aitavTCiv /oiera rwr OTrAcay* atiro? 8e ov JJLOVOV r&v OTT\MV yvpvbs ets 
r?)^ eKKAryata^ y\0ev, dAAa Kat CL^LTCDV fv t/^arta) TTpoa-tXOtov aTreAoy- 
tVaro /^,y Trept Trai^ros rot; /3tou Kat ra>i> TreTrpay/meVcoy avrw 

-iovs' (6) e<|)' Kacrr&) 8e ra>y Aey 

T&V d^Acor, Kat QavpatyvrobV /^tdAtorra ort yvpvbv kavrbv 
7rape5e6cuKet rots jQouAo/xe^ots avrbv aveXelv, TOVOVTOV aTTfl^e TOV 
[//rj] rv^eiz; rt/xcoptaj a>s Tvpavvos, cacrre /utta 0a>v 
&)fpyint\v Kat o-corrjpa Kat /3acrtAea. 

28. Ael. T 7 ". ^T. vi. II : FeAcoz-' ez; 'Iftepa rtK?jo-as 

Trao-av -u^' tavTov rr\v StKeAtaz^ eTrotrjo-aro. etra eA^wz; et? Trjz; 

ayopav yv^vos, e^>aro a7ro6i8oVat rotv TroAtrats rr)i^ apyj\v' ol 8e OVK 
XovoTL TreTretpa/xeVot a{iro(5 dry/aortKcorepou 7) Kara rr)z; r<3i> 
t^ovcrLav. OLCL raCrd rot Kat i> rw rr^s StKeAtas r 'Hpas 

i;ea) eo-r/]Ky avroC etKwy, yvfJ-vbv avrbv btLKvvo-a, Kat wjutoAoyet r^f 

irpaiv TOV FcAcoi'oj ro ypd/ut/xa. 



25-32.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 313 

29. Ibid. xiii. 37 ' FVXaw, o rwy SupaKocruoz; rvpavvos, TTJI; rrj? 
ap\rjs Kardorrao-Lv Trpao'rara et)(e. 0"ra(7ta>dets 6c rtres (TrefiovXtvov 
avrw' a 7tv06iJLvos 6 FeAo)^, eis (KKXijaiav o-uyKaAeVa? rovs Supa- 
KO&LOVS, L(rTJ\0V aWAto'jaez'os [6 Fe'AawJ, /cat 6"teeA0a)> 6Va dya0a 
avrots etpydcraro, Kat r?)y eiTLpovXrjv ^Ka\v\l/, KOL aTreSucraro T^V 
o)^ Trpo? Trarra?* 'I8ou TOIVVV vfJ-w V )(VTviffK^ yvfj,vos 
oirXatv TrapcWr^Ka, Kat t5co/xt xpTJo-Oai o rt /3ovAeo-^. Kat 
avrov rj]v yvut^rjv ol 2upaKO(rtof ot 5e Kat rov? cvrt- 
Trapeboa-av avrw KoA^a-at Kai r^ apxnv &**& o 8 
xal rovrov? etacre TO) 6?jjut&) rt/xcoprja-ao-^at. Kat etKoW avrov ot 
SupaKoVtot (TTr](Tav tv dfcofrra) x.tT<3rf Kat 77^ rouro r^y 677/xaycoyta? 
avrou VTTo'jUJ'rjjua Kat rot? etj ror //era ravra al&va /uteAAova-ty 



30. Diod. xi. 67.2: iVAcoz; 6 Aetro^eVov? aperfj Kat o-rparr^yta 
v roi)? aAAovs 6tez/eyKas Kat Kapx^Sowou? Karao-rpar^yTJo-as ez;t- 
7raparaet /ueyaAr/ rov? (3ap(3dpovs, KaOon Trpoetp^rat' xP r l (T ^~ 
6e eTrtetKO)? rots KaraTroAe/^tfeta-t Kat KaOoXov rots TrA^trtoxcopots 
Trpoo-erex^et? ^tAar^pcoTrco?, jueyaAr]? ZTV^V d7ro5o)(ri? Trapa 
Tots StKeAtwrats. (3) ovros /xer ovz^ VTTO Trdzrrcou dyaTrw/xei'os (5ta 
rr)v -TrpaoV^ra^ Stcre'Aecre roz/ jStor etpr/rtKcos f>ie)(pt r?js reAevr?/?. 

81. Plut. Timol. 23 : v H6r^ 5e Kat r<Si> ^ 'IraAtas Kat 2tKeAtas 
TroAAot r^> TtjutoAe 
TO 

evTTOptav rai 6ri//a) jut^xa^cojueros ovrcos Trero/xeVa) Kat 
raAAa Kat Trpos roi' Tro'Aejixor, ajore Kat rovs d^Spia^ras 

eKao-rou Kat yizJOjueVrjs Karr^yoptas, (5(r7rep 
ore 6?j ^)ao-t roy Fe'Awros avbpidvTa TOV 

TraAatoC; rvpavvov Starr^prja-at rovs 2vpaKocrtoi>s, Karaxetpororov/ 
rwz; aAAcoF, dyajueVous Kat rijua)z;ras roi' avbpa r?js rtKrys, 77^ 
*I/xepa 



Death of Gelon. 



32. Diod. xi. 38 : 'ETT' apxovros 6' 'A^rJ^o-t Ti|uo(T0e'i>ovs . . . 
Kara rr)i> StKeAtar TroAAij rts etpri^?] Karet^e rr^r vrja-ov, T&V fj,tv 
ets reAos reraTretz/oojoteVcoz^, rou 6e FeAwi'os eTrtetKois 
TOS T&v StKeAtcorwz; Kat TTO\\r]v ewojuttar re Kat Trd^rcoi; 
e7rtr?]8eta)z; evTroptaz; Trapexo/xeVou rat? -Tro'Aeo-t. (2) rcSv 6"e 
2vpaKO(rtcoz; rds /otei; TroAvreAets eK^cpds ^o'/xa) KaraAeAvKoVcoi; Kat 



314 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 



raj tltoOvias baTravas et? rovs reAevr cobras ytVecrflat 

8e ez; ra> i>oV<*> /cat ra>z> iravTeX& 
J, 6 /3acrtAev? FeAcov (Bovkoptvos Trjv TOV bri^ov <nrovbr)v e 

OLTTaOTL biatyvXcLTTCLV, TOV TTept T7JS Td(f)ljs VOJJLOV 0' 

errjpryo-ez;* (3) VTTO yap appajo-rias a-vvcxo^evos /cat ro 



Trept 5e r^s eawou ra^ijj e^retA.aro 8taoTXXo/otei;os a/cpt/3a>j 

8to /cat reAeiTTJo-arro? avroi; r^z; K<j)opav Kara TT)Z; 
avrov rruz/ereAeo-ev 6 8ia8efd/xez/09 TT)Z; f3a(ri\etav. (4) 
Ta(f)r) 5* avrou ro o-aijoia Kara rov aypbv TTJS ywatKos ez/ rat? 
juez^at? 'Ewea rvpo-eo-tz>, ovo-ats ra) /3dpet r<3v epy 
6 8e o^Aoj K r% Tro'Aecos aTrav (rvvrjKoXovd^a-ev, CLTT^OVTOS TOV 
TOTTOV (rrabiovs 6taKoo-tous. (5) VTav6a 8' avroi) ra^ei^roj, 6 jue/J 
rdcfrov aio\oyov eTrtorrjcras TjpcotKatj rt/xaty ert 

vaTpov 6e ro /xev ^vrj^a avelXov Kapx7oVt 
67rt 2i>paKowras, raj 8e r^po-eu 'Aya^OKArj? Kare/3aAe 8ta roy (f)06vov. 
aAA' ojucoy ovre Kap)(r;8oVtot 8ta rr)v tyQpav ovre 'AyaOoKXijs 8ta rr)^ 
i8tar KctKiav ovrz aAAos oi8e els ^8wi}0ij rou FeAco 
r?)i; boav. . . . (7) FeAcov jutev ovv e?rraer^ \povov 
c lcpa>z; 8' 6 d8eAc/)os avroO 8ta8efd/xeyos r^v dpx^ e/Sao^Aevo-e 



err; eV8eKa Kat }Jt,rjvas 



33. Schol. Find. P/^. i. 89 : Ka/xdrcoi; 8' emXao-iv 
Kajudro)z; (/>?7(Jt rwy vvve\6vT(i)V TOV 'Iepcoi;a eK roi; 
Xidovpias. cf)rjo~l yap Ttov Kat 'AptcrroreA?]? ez> rr/ rcoi' FeAojcov TroAt- 
reta, FeAo)z;a roy roO 'le'pcoi^os abtXtybv ^Sepw VOO-THJLCLTL TOV (Biov 
reAeunjo-ai, a^roz; 8e roy 'Itptova, v TTJ T&V 2vpaKovo-tcov -TroAtreta, 



34. Plut. P^A. or. 19 (^^. 403 C) : "lore rotjw, ort FeAcoz; 
8e 



Division of power between Hieron and Polyzelos. 

35. Schol. Find. 0?. ii. 29 : C O 8e Aibvpos TO dKpt/3eVrepoy 
r?js to-roptas eKrt^erat /utdprupa Tt/xatov rdz/ avvTaavTa ra Trept r^s 
2tKeAta? Trpo^epo'/utevoy. 17 8e to-ropta ovrcos e^ef &r)p<av 6 r&v 
'AKpayavTLVtov ^Sao-tAeus Fe'Acoz/t rw 'le'pwros d8eA<<u eTTtK^Sewas 
yci/xw <n;z;d7rret rr)z; avroC ^vyare'pa Ar/fiap^r^z;, d</)' ^s Kat ro A^/aape- 
retoi; vofjua-^a v StKeAta. roO 8e Fe'Awros reAeuray roi^ jQtoy 
/xe'AAoi'ros rioAv^Aos a8eA<6s r^z; o-rparrjytaz; Kat rr)y yajuerTjy roC 



33-38.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 315 

ab\<j)ov 8ta8e')(erat Kara raj FVAcoyos ro d8eA<o Trpoo-rdfet?, wore 
ro Qrjptovos eis FeAcora K?j8oy et's roi> noAvfrjAoz; //erareflettrtfat. 

36. /^cZ. JVem. ix. 95 : *&s 8e Kat 6 TeAcoz; r<3 Xpo/uu'a) 
\prjro eratpa), brj\ov TraAtu e a>u (^rjo-l Tf/uaios (/r. 84 -F. IT. (7. 
i. 212) v rfj bevrtpq ypdcfxav o#ra)s' 'ETnrpoirovs be TOV TratSoy ^er* 
tKelvov Kar(TTri(Tv 'ApLtTTovovv Kal Xpo'/juoz> rovy Kr]6eo-ras* rovrot? 
yap 6 lVAcoi> 6e6a)Ke ras d6eA</)d?. 

37. Eusebius (Sync. 483. n): 'le/oai; 



Hieron. 0^. 75. 4 : Hieron Syracusis regnat. 0^. 76. 2 : 
Hieron post Gelonem Syracusis tyrannidem exercet. Vers. 
Arm. 01. j6. 4: Hieron in Syracusanos tyrannidem exercuit 
post Gelonem. 

The Quarrel with Polyzelos and Alliance with Theron. 

38. Schol. Find. 01. ii. 29 : To>z> 6e TreTrpay/xeVo)^] 6 
Ovyarepa tavrov ee5a)/ce Trpo? ya^ov rioAv^Aci) rw d8eA0&) 'le 
6? 7rejuu0eis VTTO 'lepcoro? TroAeja^o-at rot? TrepiotKot? 
fiapfidpois J-iravore TOV TroAe/xor )(a)pt9 r^j row 'Ie'pa>z>os 
8ta rouro ez; ixfropacrtL qv. Qpaorvbaiov 8e roi; 0rjpa)^os vtou Tret- 
o-az/roj ro^ IIoAw^Ao^ eTTi^eV^at ra> *Iepa)2^t, VTIKT^VOV^VOV avrov 
rots TTpdyfjiaa-L (TVvavTL\^a-OaL, yvovs 6 c lepa)v <-KpiVV aiprjcreiv 
Tj]v 'AKpdyavTa Kat TJpcora Kal Qpavvbalov. peXXovTav 8^ rfiz/ 
tf)L\(tiv TTfjiTT Stjucortd^j 6 XvpLKos Kpos dVTov (ru/x^ovAeva)^, eKra- 
pafat juaAAoz; /3ouAo'/jiej>os rai pr}vvtLV TTJV jueAAovcra^ avrai Ttpoboa-iav 
((reo-QaL Kal rovs TrpoStdoWay. 6 8e evXafirjOels eft^wpTjo-e r<Sz> 
Trpayjudrcoi; rw 'lepcoz/t, vcrrtpov 8e aTreAa/Se^ aTr' avrou r^i/ rupavvfoa, 
Kal bL\v0r]orav Trjs eyQpas, a>s Kat Kr]8etaz; rti/a irpos dAA^Aovs 
TTOLi^a-acrOai, *Iepa)^oj \aj36vros TJJV 0?Jpa>z>os db\(j)r]v yvvaiKa' oOtv 
6 EKipdapos TrapaTreftTreo-^at -Trapat^et ra Trpoyeye^/xeVa. . v AAAa>s. 
fr;retrat 8t' ^y alriav eufdjuevos rw 0?Jpcoz;t ra KaAAtara 
7rpa)(0VT(i)v bciv&v atretrat roz; Ata. Kal 6 /u> ' 
t^ 8ta ro KeKjurjKeWt rovs rov 07]pa)z;os Trarlpas Kara rr)z; 
Trpay/xarcoz; o-rao-ta^bjueVco^ Kat ovrco rrji; t? rrjz^ 2tKAtaz^ fxerot- 
crretAajueVcoi;' 6 8e At8u/xoj . . . (see above 35) . . . Aa/xTrpw 
e avrw (ra> IIoAvf?iAa)) Kal Trept^SAeTrro) Tvy\dvovTi Kara rrjv StKeAtav 
lepcor (f)Oovr](Tas 6 dSeA^oj Kal 7rp6<t>a<riv a-K7]\lfd{Jivos rbv irpos 
2u/3aptra? Tro'Ae/jtof aTreAawet rrjs -n-arpt^oy. dAAd Kal rourov Kar<6p- 
ro^ TroAe/xo^ 6 OoAu^Aos. 6 8e /x^ ^epcoz; yvpvorepov avrov 



316 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Oh. vm. 



Karr/yopetr e-Tretparo pecorepto-juoi)' Kai ourco roz> TJpcoz/a 
rrjo-aura Ovyarpbs a/uta Kal ya/x/Spou crvppTJ^aL irpbs 'le'pcoya 7roAe//,oz; 
Trapa Fe'AAa r<p 2tKeAta>riKcj> 7rora//a>, oS KaAAt'/xaxo? /xejuz/qraf Ot 
8e Fe'Aa Trorajuw TTLKifJivov CLCTTV (fr. 361 Schneider), /xrj ye p)z> 
ei? (BXajBrfv jurjSe ets reAo? / 7rpo)(copr)(rai roy TroAejuoz/. (fracn yap rore 

v TOV \vpiKov Trepirv^oVra StaXCcrat rot? 

... . 



Kat rw FeXcovt. yapfip&v ovv ytyovoTav avr&v, *Je'pcoi> AajutTrpoi; 
roO IIoXi;^Aoi> virdp'^ovTos KOL &(f)6bpa irapa rots 2t/ceA.tKots 

TO fJLtv Ttp&rov ts avoiKia-^bv avrbv 2u^ 
Aoyo> XP 7 ? " 7 "^ a^T<? ^al Xa^pav A.7u5a 
roty 8e epyoK fxerao~ras avrbv eK r?}? StKeAta?. Vet. *I<rropta Trept 
0?}pcoz;os Kat 'lepcoi/oj. Qrjpav OVTOS 'AKpayav- 
FeAcort rai lepcoroj aeA^)cj) eTTtK^Sevcra 
rr)i> avroi) dvyarepa ArHJLaperrjv. TOV 8e FeAcoz/o? 
HoA7;f?]Aoj 6 dSeA^os aiiroi; r^ fiacnXeiav Kat rr)y 
ai/roi; 8ta8e)( eTat< AajUTrpa) 8e oVrt ai)r(i) Kara rr)z> 2tKeAt 
6 aSeA^os (^Oov^o-as Kat 7rpo(/)ao-to-a/xeros roi; Trpos Su^aptra? iro'Ae- 
efayet rovroi; rryj ^Tyo-ou. Karcop^coKoVos ovz/ Kat roCroz; ror 
;, 6 *Iepwy OIIK ex^^ o rt Kat yeVotro, Trpoj a-uroy 
e7Ttparo z^ewreptfet?'. 0/ipcoi; ow vTTpayavaKT^(ras OvyaTpos ajua 
Kat yajut/3poO avvaaL irpos 'lepcora /3ovAero TroAe/oiorj 62^ iSt/xcortSr]? 
6 AuptKO? KaraTra^et StaAAafa?, a>j Kat KT/8etW -rrpos aAATJAou? Trotrj- 
crao"0at, 'lepcoroy Xafiovros Tr\v TOV O^pooz/os abtXtyijv. Rec. 
Diod. xi. 48. 3, See above III. 341. 



Himera Episode. 

39. Diod. xi. 48. 6 : Mera 8e rara 0pao-v5atov rou 

ra>z^ I/Aepatcoi' TroAecos fiapVTepov TOV 

TOVS 'I/xepatous aTraAAorptco^^z/at TrarreAwj 0.77' avroi;. (7) 
z; oSz; roz> Trarepa iropevar6aC re Kat Karr]yopetz> a7reOKt/uiafor, 
^x ^eti' tcroz; aKOfo'r^i'" Trpo? 8e roz^ c le'pcoz^a Trpeo'/Set? 
KaTr]yopovvTs TOV Qpavvbaiov Kal eTrayyeAAo'/ie^ot rrji' 
re TTO'AIZJ eKeti'o) irapaScoo'etr Kat wve'ni&ri<Te(rQai roty Trept roi* 
0?jp6oz;a. (8) 6 8e 'le'pcoz; Kpivas etpr^rtKco? biaXvcraa-Ocu Trpo? roz/ 
ov8a)Ke roi)s 'I/xepatoi;? Kat ra ^Se/SoDAe^jueVa Aaflpauo? 
StoVep TJpcoi' eferao-as ra Kara rrjv /3ovArj^, Kat rrji> 

8teAwaro Kat roi> 






39-43.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 317 



j\ov ei? TT]v TrpovTrdpxovarav evvoiav c 
tW TOVS ivavrtovs voXXovs ovras (rvXXafitov d^ 



Hippokrates and Kapys. 

40. Schol. Find. 01. ii. 8 : 07/pcoz; vios rjv Alvrjo-Lodfjiov' 

8e o~vyyinj Kdirvv Kat 'linroKpdTriv, otrivcs ri<rav d5eA(/>ot' Trept <3 
'iTTTro'orparos eV rw f <t>rj(riv. 

41. Ibid. 173 * KaTTi?? KCU 'iTTTroKpaiTys Typcoroy r\(rav cLve^no 



OVTOL 



avrov TT}V Tvpavviba, <j)6ovovvTs TroAejuoz; rjpavro irpbs avrov. 6 
8e (rviJ.pa.Xtov avroty -rrapa < Ifjipav viKr](rv. Vet. . . . Kairvs 
yap Kat 'iTTTroKparTjy, Katrot (1. Kat-Trep) TroAXa VTTO 



0)9 a>pa>z; avroi; 



(ravTS juereo-rr^o-az; Trpos ^Jeptoz^a, Kat iroXffjLov eyetpayres Kar* avroi; 
pxn v KaOaipelv, dAA' 0^8^ r)bvvr)6r](rav >v (3ovXovTO 
t. Kec. 

42. 76^d. PT/^. vi. 4 : 'iTTTroo-rparos 8e 6 ra ^epl rrj? 2iKeAta? 
yereaAoya)^ ^q<rfo, ort ^EfjL^vibrjs /cat Hfc^oStKo? T?7Aeju,axoi> utot, 
Kat 'Eju/mez/tSou joiev ot Trept 0?]pa)ra Kat He^oKpar?]^, Eez>o8r/coi> 
5e ^TTTroKpar?]? Kat KaTru?, ot <pvycibev6VTs VTTO r\p(vo*s vcrrepov 
StKeAtcortKO^ -TroAtcr/xa. 



Foundation of Aitna, &c. 

43. Diod. xi. 49: 'le'pwz; 6e rov? re Natoi>? Kat rovs Karamtov? 
IK r<3z> -TroAecoz; avaaTrjo-as, t5tov? otKiiropa? aTreVretAezJ, CK ju,6z/ 
rieAoTro^^a-ov -Tre^raKto-xtAtovs aOpoioras, K 6e SvpaKova&v aXXovs 
TOCTOVTOVS Trpoa-^ets' Kat TTJZ; /ixez/ Karaznyr /xerco^ojutao-ev AtTvrjv, TT]V 
6e x^P av v pfoov rr]v Karavaiav, aXXa Kal iroXXriv rrjs opopov 
7rpoa-0ets KareKATypovx 7 ] "^ pvpiovs 7rA?7pa)(raj otK?}ropas. (2) roCro 
8' eTrpafe (T7rev8coy a//a fxez^ ^X ety floriOeiav kroi^v a^ioXoyov irpos 
ras CTrtowas xpeias, ajuta 8e Kat IK r^? yez/ojote^r/j ^vpidvbpov Tro'Aecos 
rt/xa? ex etz; '/pwtKas. rov? 8e Naftous Kat rous Kararatot;? eK rail' 
dmcrrafleWas /xerco/ctarez; ets roi/s Aeo^r^ouj, Kat /uera rwy 
Trpo(TTa^ KarotKetv rrjz; iroXiv. (3) Qrjp&v 8e /xera TT)Z^ 
<T<$>ayi]v op&v rj\v iroXiv oiK.T]T6pu)v 8eojote^^i', crvv<pKL<Tv 
els ravTT]v TOVS re Acoptets Kat rwz; aAAcoz; rovs (BovXofjievovs (iro- 
XLToypd(f)T](Tv. (4) ovrot /xez; ovz; /uer' aAA^Aco^ KaA<3? TroAtreuo- 
err] -Trez^rTiKO^ra Kat OKra>' rore 8e r?jy TroAeco? VTTO 



3 i8 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 



T&V Ka6* rjfjias Katp&v. 

44. Strab. vi. 2. 3 (268) : 'A7re'/3aAe 6e rows oZKTjropas rovs e 
KardVrj, KarotKt<raz>ros erepous 'Iepa>z>os ro SvpaKovo-a-icDV 
Tvpdvvov Kat irpoo-ayopevaavTos avrrjv AtTvyv avri Karai^r/j. rerun]? 
8e Kat niV8apos Kricrropa Aeyet avroz/ oraz^ ^>rj " wes [o] rot Xeyco, 
raTcp, KTL<TTOP Atrz^aj." (Jfy 1 , 7 1 Boeckh.) 



appropriated. 

45. Diod. xi. 76. 3. See below 155. 

Doric Institutions. 

46. Find. Pyth. i. 58 (in): 

Moto-a, Kat Trap Act^o/zeVet Ke\a8rj(rat 
TT^eo /xot Ttoivav TtOpiinrtov. xPl JLa & ^ 

(f)0pia Trarepo?. 
ay' 7retr' Atrz^a? paa-iXel <$>(Xiov e^evpcojaez; vpvov. 



Kat /uaz> 

o^ats VTTO Tavyerou vaiovres at- 
cl fxerety TtOpoiviv tv Atytjmtou 
Acopiotj. 

47. Schol. Pyth. i. 1 1 8 : Tw TroAtz/ Ketz^ai'] wrti>t Aetz/o/xeret, 6 
r]Xoz/ort, rrjz' Alrvrjv Krt(re Kat 6totKetz^ edcoKe (rir 0et'a eA.eu- 
Kat roty VO^OLS TTJS Acoptou 6tKato<rvz/ry?, aTro KOtz/oO r6 
. v AX\co?. avaKrio-as TTJV Karavrjv 6 'lepcoy Kat 
aa-as diotKety Aetz^ofxeVet ra> vtw ravrr]V 8e8a>Ky. 
"AAAcoy. rw Aetz^o/xeVet *Iepcoz^ Atrraz> TrapabebtoKtv V vopots rfjs 
Aa>pt8o? o-ra^T/s. rovro 8e Xeyet, eTret crTpar-qyov avrijs Karecrrrycrer 
avrovj \vOepovs a^ets rovs Atrratovj Kat rot? AaKoozHKots rpoTrots 
?J vojjiOLS xptofJLevovs. 1 2O: *O ovz/ 'lepcoz; FeAwous Kat Meyapets 
Kat SupaKovo-^ovs ozras rwz/ Acoptea)^ a-jro^KOUj eraKt(re r// Atrrry. 
Kat ourco? av 6 Ao'yos aKoAov^cos Ix^t, ws Awpteimz/ owiv Atrz/atou 
Kat AaKtoz^tKovj vopovs QtvQai TOV ' 



44-52.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 319 



48. Aeschylus, AITVCLLOL (third of a trilogy : 'A^K/mr}/^, 'Hpa- 
K\et8at, ALTVCLIOI), describing the inauguration at Aitna of the 
old Dorian institutions and religion. Vita Aesch. (p. 468 
Weckl.) : see below 78. 

Chromios Governor of Aitna. 

49. Schol. Find. Nem. ix. i : Xpo/uiw Am>atV|. 'O Xpofjuos 
ovros <f)i\os TIV 'Iepo)i>o?, Karaorafleis vii avrov rrjs Airznjs eTTirpoTros* 
oOev Kal A.ITVOLOS Krjpv\6rj. 

Hieron calls himself Aitnaian. 

50. Find. Pyth. i. 29 (56) : 

Efy, ZeO, r\v etr; Favbavtiv, 
6s TOUT* e(/>e7rets opos, evKapnoLO yai- 
as jutercoTTOz^, roO //ez; 

K\IVO$ OLKL(TTrjp Kvba 

yeirova. TlvOidbos ' ez^ bpofjup Kapv 
dyy^AXa)!/ *Iepa)ros virfp KaAAizn/cot; 
ap/xao-t. 

Hieron buried at Aitna. 
Strab. vi. 268. See below 156. 

(7om o/ Katana before foundation of Aitna. 

61. O&v. Head of Seilenos r. 

Rev. I<ATAA/E Thunderbolt with two curled wings. 

/R Wt. 0-82 grammes. 
[Brit. Mus. Cat., Sicily, Catana no. 9.] 

Coin of Katana under the name of Aitna. 

52. Obv. AITA/AIO/V Head of Seilenos r., crowned with 
ivy ; beneath neck scarabaeus. 

Rev. Zeus seated r. on a richly ornamented throne covered 
with a lion's skin ; he wears himation over 1. shoulder and 
arm, and holds in 1. hand a winged thunderbolt ; the upper 
right part of his body is naked ; the r. arm rests on a natural 



3 20 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch.vm. 

knotted sceptre. In front of the figure an eagle r. perched on 
top of a pine-tree. 

Hirsch Collection. 

fo. Wt. 17-23 grammes. 

[See Num. Chron. 1883, p. 164, PI. ix. i. 

Cf. Brit. Mus. Cat., Sicily, Catana nos. 1 2 ff.] 

Importance of Aitna as reserve against Syrakuse. 
Diod. xi. 67. 7. See below 144. 

Hieron intervenes against Anaxilaos on behalf of Lokroi. 

53. Find. Pyth. ii. 17 (32): 

"Ayet 8e 
avT\ Fpyu> 

(76 6', 0) LVOfJLVl TTttt, ZecfrvpiCL TTpb 

AoKpls irapOtvos dTrvet, 
TroXe/xiW KOL^OLT^V ef a^a\av^v 
bia reaz/ bvvafMV 8pa/cet<7 5 acr^aX^y. 

54 Schol. ^6^. 34 : 2e 8', a) Aetro/xez^ete Trat] *AvaiXa TOV 
Kat 'Pr^ytov rvpavvov AoKpots TroAejuoSiroy 'lepcoz; 7re/x\/^as 
ojjiiov rbv Kr]6ecrTT)z; bir]TTi\'r](TV avT<j), et jut^ KaraAuo-acro roz; ?rpos 
a^roi/j -TTo'Ae/xoz;, avrd^ TT/JOS ro 'Prjyto^ arpaTeveLV' ovirtp brj Trpbs 
?r)v aTTiX.r]v V$OVTOS V tlpr\vr) birjyov ol AoKpoi. <' ot? ow tiraOov 
at AoK/He?, 17801; /cat KaQv^vovv TOV 'lepcoz^a ... ... ' 
yap Kai Kh.e6(f)p(t)V 6 TOVTOV Trat? 'IraXtaj OVTCS Tvpavvoi, 6 
TTJ 2t/ceAtK^, 6 8e v 'Pryytw rw Trept 'IraX&ur, T 
v AoKpols' biaTrpeo-fievcrdiJLtvos 8e 7r/)6? avrov? 6 *Ie/ 
Trav<r TOVS AoKpovs TOV TroAe'jaoi;. 

55. Pind. Pyta. i. 51 (98): 

2w 8 J avdyKa viv fyiXov 
Kai Ti? ea)i; jw,eyaAai;a)/) Zcravev. 

56. Schol. atZ Zoc. : AtvtVrerat 8e rovro et? 'AyaftAaoi; TOV T&V 
f Prjyiv(t)V ficKriXta (Bov\r)6VTa AoKpovs KaraTroXejUTya-at TOVS V 
'IraXta Kat 6/oi7ro8i<r0e'/;ra rr/ roO 'lepoo^os aTreiXr/. ort 8e ' 
AoKpovs rJ^e'Xrjcrez; apbyv aTroXeVat Kat eKcoXv^ry TC/OOJ 

toropet Kat 'ETrtxap/xoj ez; Ndo-ots (p. 19 Kruseman). Irepot 
8e roy @?jpa)i;a Xe'yetz/ 

KoXaKeuoz^roy 8e TOZ; ' 



53-61.1 THE WESTERN GREEKS. 321 

The War with the Etruscans. 

57. Diod. xi. 51 : 'ETT' ap^ovros 8' 'A0/ji>r/<rtz> 'AKeo-roptSou . . . 
eirt 5e TOVTMV 'lep>j> ptv 6 (3a(TL\vs r&v 2upaKocrtW, irapaytvo- 
Trpbs CLVTOV 7rpe'(r/3ea>z; eK KV/UTJS r?)? 'IraAtas Kat Seoju 
-ai 7roAe//oi;/izez;ots VTTO Tvpprjv&v 0aAarroKparoiWa>r, 
avrois av^ayiav rptrjpetj I/cards. (2) ot 8e ra>^ 
TOVTMV ?7yejoi(Ws e7ret5^ KareVAeixray ety r?)r KV/XT/Z;, /uiera raiz/ 

vaviJ.ayj}<Tav irpbs TOVS Tvpprjvovs, TroAAas 8e ^a{;s avr&v 
KOL /uteydAr^ vav^a^ia viK i q(ravTS, TOVS /xci> Tvppyvovs 
;, rovy 8e Kv/uatouy fatvOtpctxrav T&V <^)0j3a)z/, Kat aTre- 



58. Pindar, P^. i. 71 (136) : 
Ator<rojuat, i^eOcro^, Kpo^icor, 

o(/>/)a /car' (HKOI; 6 4>otz/tf 6 Tup(raz.'<2i> T' dAaAar^s l^r/, vavvi- 

crrovov vfipiv lb(**v rav irpb KtJ/uas* 
ota 2upaKO(rtW dpx^ Sa/xaa^eWe? TrdOov, 
toKViTopav diro racoz; os dr(iz> e^ TroVro) 
*EAAd8' efeAKcoz; ^apetas SovAetay. 

59. Schol. Find. P^. i. 137 : Tvpo-qvo! Kat 
o? eto-t 4>oii/t / KO)z> aTrotKot, Ste/xdxorro Trpos Ku/xatous* 

ow apbr]v aTro'AAua-^at rw^ Ku/^tatcor, *Iepa)i; (rujut/xax^a'as rouj 
Kv/xatou? SteVcoo-e, rail' Tvpcnriv&v TOVS TrAeiVrous a 



Inscription on bronze helmet dedicated by Hieron at 
Olympia. 

60. J. G. A. 510; Olympiaj Inschr. 249 : 'Idpoi; o 
at rot 2upaKO(rtot | rot At Tupdi; 1 OTTO Kv/xas. 
Letters: 



Attempt of Hieron to occupy Pithekussai. 

61. Strab. v. 4. 9 (247): Ilt^Kova-cras 5' 'Eperptet? foura* Kat 
XaAKtdet?, evri'xwcii'T^s (8c) 8t' evKapiriav Kat 8td ra )(pv<rWl cfe- 
Xiiroz; T^V vrjvov Kara o-rdo-tz;, wrepor 8e Kat vrrd a-eta-jucSi/ 
Kat d^a^)U(7Tjjudra)// irvpbs Kat ^aAdrrr;? Kat 0epjua>i> v 
P rotavras aTro^opa? r/ I'^aros, v^ (Si; Kat ol Tre/x^^ez/rej Trapa 
roS rvpavvov TU>V SupaKoo-tcoz/ efeAtTroy TO 
Y 



322 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Oh. vm. 



Rhegion and Messana. 
The Death of Anaxilaos. Mikythos Regent of Rhegion. 

62. Hdt. vii. 170. 

63. Diod. xi. 48. 2 : 'EreAevrrjcre 6e Kat 'A^a^tA-as o 'Prjytou Kat 

rvpavvos, bwaaTeviras IT?] 8eKa OKrci), TT)Z> 6e rvpavviba 
MIKU^OS, TnoTeuflels worre aTroSou^at rots TGKVOIS rou 



Diod. xi. 66. See below 132. 

64. Justin, iv. 2 : Horum (tyrannorum) ex numero Anaxilaus 
iustitia cum ceterorum crudelitate certabat, cuius moderationis 
baud mediocrem fructum tulit; quippe decedens cum filios 
parvulos reliquisset, tutelamque eorum Micalo, spectatae fidei 
servo, commisisset, tantus amor memoriae eius apud omnes 
fuit, ut parere servo, quam deserere regis filios mallent, 
principesque civitatis obliti dignitatis suae regni maiestatem 
administrari per servum paterentur. 

Mikythos colonizes Pyxus. 

65. Diod. xi. 59- 4 "A/xa 6e TOVTOLS Tr/oarro/x^ois (the last 
days of Themistokles) Kara TTJV 'Irdkiav MiwOos [fxe/;] 6 TT)V 
$vvaa-Tiav \MV 'Prjyiov KCLL ZayKX^s 7i6h.iv IKTIO-C Hvfovvra. 

66. Strab. vi. J. I (253): Mera 8e TiaXivovpov Hvovs aKpa 
Kat \ifjirjv Kat Trora/xoj' V yap T&V rpi>v ovopa' wKto-e 8e MiKvOos 
6 Mccrarjvrjs ap%<*>v rijs Zv StKeXta, iraXiv 8' aTtrjpav ol ibpvOVTS 



The War between Taras and the Messapians. 

67. Hdt. vii. 170. 

68. Diod. xi. 52 'ETT* ap^ovTos 8' 'A^Tj^r/crt Mewovo? . . . 
Kara 8e rr]V 'IraXtW TroAe/uto? tv(TTr] TapavrivoLS TT/JOS rovs 'Idirvyas' 
(2) Trept yap ofjiopov x<*>pa$ afJi(j)L(r(3r}TovvT(tiV Tfpos a\\rj\ovs, eTrt 
JAW Tivas xpo vovs StereXovz; a\l/ijj,a\ovvTs Kat XerjXaTOvvTCs ras 

del 6e JJLCL\\OV rrjs bia<f>opas 
3 rd 






62-72.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 323 



(3) ol pew ovv 'IdVvyes rr\v re Trap' CLVT&V bvvafj.iv Trape- 
(TKvdovTo Kat TIJZ; irapa T&V Ofjiopwv avfjifjia^iav avveXafBov, Kat 
TOVS (rvymavTas ijOpoi<rav vnep rov? bio-fjiVpLovs' ol be Tapazrrtrot 
irvOo^evoL TO jueyetfos r?)? eV avTovs rjOpoKTfjLevrjs Siwajuecoj, rovs 
re TroXtrtKous a-rpartwras rjOpoiaav KOL 'Pijy^yaw (ruju/jidxcoz; OVT&V 
-TToAXovj Trpoo-\d{3ovTo. (4) yvo^vr]s be fJ-d\r]s 
Trap* afjL(j)oTpot,s TrecroiTcov, TO TeAevraTou ot 
T&V 6e fjTTriOevTctiv et? 5uo /ae/or] o-)(ia-0VT<t)v Kara r?)y (f)vyriv, KOI 
v et? Tapai^ra r^y avayd>p-r\<rw Trotoujuei'oor, rwz; 8e et? TO 
favyovTiav, TrapaTrXrjo-icos Tovrot? /cat ot 'laTrvye? fj.pL(r6r](Tav. 
(5) ol /mei; ovv TOI>? Tapaz/Ttvovs Stcafazrres oXtyou 

OVT05 TTOXAOUS TO)Z/ fVCLVTLMV CLVtl^OV, Ot 8e TOV9 

CTrt Toa-ouToy e^iAoTi/ATJflrjo-az; WO-T crweto-Trecretv TOIS favyovo-iv 
TO *Pritoi; Kat T^J 7roAeo)s 



69. Arist. Po/. viii. (v.) ii. (3.) 7. 1303 a 3: 

TOVTO (TO av^avecrQai TI T&V Trjs Tro'Aecos jaepcSv) Kat 5ta 
otoz; ev Tapa^Tt (8) fiTTrjOevrav Kat aTroXo/aevcoy 7roXX<3v yi/coptjucoi; 
VTTO T<Sz> 'laTTvycoi; pLKpov V(TTpov T&V Mr)biK&v br]{j,OKpaTLa eyivero 

K 7TO\tTtaS. 

Subsequent Wars of Taras with the Messapians and 
Peuketians. 



70. Paus. x. TO. 6: TapavTivav be ot tTTTrot ot ^aXico? Kat 
at)(/xaAa)Tot ywatK9 aTro Me(T(ra7rta)r el&iv, 6/xopcov T 
fiapfiapitiv, 'AyeXaSa 8e Ipya TOU 'Apyetou. 

71. /fric?. 13. 10 : Tapa^Ttrot be Kat aX\r]v beKanjv es 

0,770 fiappdptov TlevKeTLwv aTreorreiXav' re\vr] fJiev ra ava.QriiJM.Ta 
TOV Atyt^rjrov Kat KaXvvOov re eo-riKaxrt epyou etKoVes be KOL 
Kat Imrttov, (3aa-i\evs 'Icnrvywv Mlms TIKOZV TOIS ITeuKeTtot? 
OVTOS juez; 6r; etKaaTat TeOve&TL ev Tr\ /^a^r/, ot 8e at>Ta> 

Ketjue'vo) ec/)e(7T7]Ko'Tes 6 ^'pcoj Tapa? eo-Tt Kat 4>d\av^os 6 IK AaKe- 

batpovos, Kat ov Troppco TOU <I>aXay^oi; beX<f>Cs K.T.X. 



The Eruption of Aitna. 

72. Find. P^- i- X 9 (35) : 

KtW 5' ovpavia (rvve\ei 
vi$>6e<T(T Africa, TrciveTes x to/z;os of etas 
Y 2 



324 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vin. 



TCLS 



dfJLtpdKTLV JJLV TTpOXeOirTL pOOV KdTTVOV 

tov' aAA' v 



av <f>pi TTOVTOV Tirana (TVV 
KC'LVO 5* *A^>at(rroio Kpovvovs 
SeivoTCiTovs araTrejUTref Te'pas fjLtv Oavjjida-iov 

t6e<r^ai 3 davfJia 5e KOI TraptovTatv aKo{5crai, 
olov Alrvas ev /zeAo/x^AAot? 8e'5erat 
Kdl TTc'Sa), (rrpc^jjiva 5e yapaar- 
airav V&TOV 



73. Aesch. Pr. F. 379 : 

Kal y{;v axpttov /cat irapdopov 
Keirat o-rei^coTroi; TT\T](TIOV QaXaara-iov 
pt&icriv Atrratats "UTTO, 



i wpos 6a7rroz;res ayplais yvdOois 
rrjs KaXXiKapTTOV 2tKAtaj Xevpovs yvas' 



/3eAeo-i Trvpirvdov 
to Zrjvbs fivOpaKumiv 

74. Schol. Med. ac? Aesch. Pr. F. 384 : Kat Kara rovs 'le 

Kara TO jueVoy pvlvrcs (Trorajuot irvpbs) TroAAa bi<f>0ipav 



75. Marm. Par. 52 (67): 'A<' ov ?} er (68) ITAarataty 



KOL Map8ozno? ereAevr^crez; ey rr^t n.ayr]i K.OI TO irvp 
eppvr) K[CLOV (69) > SiKJeAtai Trepl r?/^ ALTVLCLV, er?; HHAPI, a 



76. Cf. Eusebius (Sync. 489. 14) : ITvp CK r?jy Atr^s ez/ rots 
Kara SiKeAiW roVots fppdyrj. Hieron. 0^. 88. 3 : Ex Aetna 
monte ignis erupit. 

77. Thuc. iii. 116. 



73-81.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 325 

Hieron's Court. 
Aischylos. 

78. Aeschyli Vita (p. 468 Weckl.) : 'Airrjpev 5e o>9 'lepcora, 
Kara TWO. {JLev viro 'A0rjz>aia)z> Kara<r7roi>6a<r0ei9 KOI ^(Torr^Oels z>ea> ovn 

i, Kara be ewovs ei r<3 ei9 roi9 ei> Mapa0<3z/i 

. . rw/es be <$>ao~\v ev rrj 

eivayayovTa TOV yopov TOVOVTOV KTrXf]ai rov 
TO. iiev vrjiria K\l/va,L, ra 8e lju/3/3i>a 
TOLVVV els 2iK\iav, 'le'pcozjoj rore TT)I; Alrvr^v 
ray Atr^ata?, otco^t^o/xeros yStoy ayaObv rot? 
Kat (T(f)6bpa ra> rvpavvto 'I^/oa)i/ 
TpCrov tiros yrjpaibs ereAevra rouror roz; Tponov. aeros yap 

a>s eyKpar^? ycvecrdai TTJS aypas OVK loyyev, a^irja'L Kara 
v avrrjv (rvvQ\&(T(Ttov TOV Sepjoiaroy, V\0i(ra 8e Kara rou 
u (f)ovevL avrov. \piqarTripiacrOt\s be i)V ovpaviov ere /3eAo? 
friroOavovTa be FeAwot TroAureAw? ^y rot9 ST/JUGO-OHS 
ri^a-av juteyaAo7rpe7r&>?, einypd\l/avTS ovrco* 
Ev^optcoyo? 'AOrjvalov robe KevOei 
Kara^dLjJLevov nvpo^opoio Fe'Aas* 
6* evboKifjiov MapaOaviov aAcros &r etTrot 
Kal (3a6v\at.Trii$ Mrjbos eTncrTa^evos. 

tj ro fJLvrjfjia be (froLT&vres oarois ev rpaya)6t'at9 ?Jr 6 ^3to9 evriyi^ov re 
Kat ra bpa^ara vTreKpLvovro. . . . eTuyeypcwai rai ra^xo avroir 

aterov ef oz^v^a)^ ftpey^a TVirels eOavov. 

(JHMrlv VTTO *Iep<t>vos dfia)0eWa d^a6t6dfat rov9 Flepa-ay ey StKeAta 
Kat Atar evboKipelv. 

79. Anthol. Pal. vii. 40 : Aiodwpou : 
Ato'x^Aoi' 1786 Aeyet ra(f)irj XiOos evOdbe KeicrQai 

TOV \ieyav, olKeirjs r^A' OTTO KeKpo7rtr]9, 
AevKa FeAa StKeAoto -Trap' i;5ara' rt9 ^>0oVo9, at a?, 
rj(Tibas ayad&v lyKoroy alev e^ei ; 

80. Harm. Par. 59 (74): 'A0' oS Ato-x^Aoy o 7rotrjr^9 ^two-ay 
err? P APIIII ereAevrrjo-ei; ez; [Fe'A]ai TTJS [2t]KeAia9 hrj HPAAAAIII 

KaAA[i]ov TOV 



The Persai performed at Syrakuse. 
81. Schol. in Ar. Ran. 1028 : AOKOUO-I 5e ovrot ot ITepo-at VTTO 



326 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Oh. viii. 



TOV Alcr^yXov bcbibd^Oai kv SvpaKOwrats, a"7roi>5a<rai>ros 'lepcoz/os, a>s 
<f>r](nv 'Eparoo-fleyTjs ei; y' Trept K&>|uu>8t<Si>. 



'Sikelisms' in Aischylos. 
82. Athen. ix. 402 b. Macrob. $a. v. 19. 17. 



83. Eustathius, Vita Find. 26 : 'E7re/3aAe ritV5apos 
2iju,a>ri8oi> 77 z^ecorepos Trpevfivrepov. T&V OVT&V yovv 
afJi(f)6TpoL -Trpafea)^. dXXa /cat Trap' 'le'pcozu rw 2upaKovo-ta)r 
aja^co eyevo^ro, aTroS^jUTJa-ai/res 8r]Aa^ Ka#' erepous Kat avrot 
<ro(j)ovs ets rr)i; 2tKAtay. Kal JUT)^ Trpds rd t(rropr]0ev rouro 8ta- 
t 8oxet ro Trtpitytpontvov' Aeyerat yap ort 
ts, 8ta rt St/ixcoz/tSr;? jutei; Trpo? rows rvpdvvovs a 
et? DiKeXtar, aiiro? 8' OVK e^eAet, I^>T], 8tort /3ovXojuat e/uavrw f^y, 



84. "Fifa Altera (p. 98 West.) : 'AXAa Kat d/x</)oVepot (Stjotco- 
vibrjs Kat FltySapos) Trap' 'lepam rw SupaKoixrtcoy Tvpavvto ye- 



See also below 87, 88, 90 ff. 

Simonides. 
Schol. Find. 0. ii. 29. See above 38. 

85. Xen. Hier. i. l : 2ijuuo 1/16779 6 Trotr/rr)? d<^)tKro irore Trpos 
'lepcom roz^ rvpavvov K.r.A. 

86. Ael. "F". J5". xii. 25 : Kai c tepcoz; 8e 6 AetrojueW;? St/ucoi/tSot; 
rou Ketou aTrTJAava-e K.r.A. 

87. J^cZ. ix. I : Tovra> (rw 'lepwvt), <j>a<rt 9 KOL St/ueoznSrj? <rw- 
e,/3ta>o-e Kat FKi>8apos. Kat OVK WK^O-C ye 2t/acoz;t8r7j, fiapvs &v VTTO 
yrjpa)?, 'Trpos avroy cxpiK^aOai. r\v \&v yap Kat fyvcrei ^)tAapyupos 6 
Ketos' TTpovTptTTt 8e avrov Kat nXtov f] TOV I4p&vos <^>tAo8a)pta, 
$0,0" tv. 

88. /6^c?. iv. 15 : *Pa)o-^ts ovi/ I^pcov <rvvrjv Dtjuamdr; rai Ketw 
Kat rTt^Sapa) r<3 077j3ata) Kai BaK)(i;At8r/ rai 'lovAtrjrr/. 6 8e FeAcoi/ 
aj/^pcouos ajuowos. 

89. Plato, j^pis*. ii. 311. Cic. -Z\T. D. i. 22. 60. 



82-97.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 327 

Pindar s Jealousy of Simonides and Bakchylides. 

90. Find. Isthm. ii. 6 (9) : 

'A Moura yap ov </uAoKep8?7? -TTCO TOT r\v ovb* epyaris' 



TrpocrcoTra ju,aA0a/co<|)a)i>oi dotSai. 
TO To>pyetou c/wAafai 
' dAafleiay 68<Sz; ayxicrra fiaivov, 

, os (fro. KT^CLV^V Aet^)^ 

91. Schol. a(Z v. 9 : Nw, <^7](ri, fjuvOov O-VVTCLTTOVO-L TOVS Z 
) Trp&rov Stjua)ytou TtpoK-arap^a^ivov . . . ov5' epyaru, o 

atroOcra fjucrObv e^>' 015 eTrparrez;. ez;0ez; Kat KaAXt/xa^o? (/r. 77 
Schn.)' 

Ov yap epyartz; rpe^co 
T?jz; Mouo-az; a>? 6 Keto? *TAAi')(ou reTrous. 
Aeyet 8e raura Trpos Sijtxcoz/tSr^v, a>s fyiXapyvpov biaavp^v rov avbpa. 

92. Find. OZ. ii. 94 (154) : 

6 TroAAa 



, Kopaxes ws, aKpavra 
Aios Trpos opviya Oelov. 

Schol. acZ v. 154 : Kopaxe? . . . atz^trrerat BaK^vA^?]^ kat 
tavrbv Xzyav atrbv K.r.A. Vet. . . . \eyet 8e 8ta roi^ 
, ovros y<ip avrr\pi^v avrai. Rec. 

93. Find. P^- " 5 2 (9 6 ) : 



K.aK.ayopiav. 

94. Schol. ac? v. 97 : Atrtrrerat 8e ets BaK^uAt5r;^' del yap 
avrov rw 'lepcoi^t Stetrupez;. 

95. Cf. Find. P^A. i. 42-45 (82-86); ii. 72 (131) et Schol. 
81-96 (148-175) et Schol. ac vv. 161, 166, 171. 

Death and burial-place of Simonides. 

96. Marm. Par. Ep. 57 (72) : *A</>' oS ej; Atyo? Trora/xots 
d At'^o? eTreo-e, (73) Kal St/xcawS^s 6 7rot7]T^9 creAevT^fTey /3toi? Ir?/ 
PAAAA, err; HHP, apxoz;ros 'A^^o-t eaye^tSou. 

97. Suidas : StjUKoi^tSr]? AecoTrpeTroi;? 'JovAt^rrys, rr/s ez^ Ke'w r^ 
TroAeco?, AuptKos, jutera ^Tiqviyjopov TOLS \povois . . . ye'yoi/e 5' 

dAi)/x7rtd8os (ot 6' em r?js |j8' yeypa<ao->) Kat 7rapeVetz/e 



328 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Oh. vin. 



Trjs or/, /3toi>9 ITTJ 7T0' . . . 'AKpayazmVcoz; (rrpar^yos ?Jz; cwojua 
rzn' SupaKou<rt'ot9 6e eTroAe/xow OVTOL. OVKOVV obe 6 <I>otznf 
bia\Vi TOV rd(f)ov TOV 2tjxa>znot> fiaAa aKrySw? re Kat &VOLKT(DS, Kat 
K T&V Xi6u>v T&vbe avia-T7](TL vvpyov' KOL Kara TOVTOV eciAco ^ 770X1?. 
Kat KaAAt/utaxo? roirroi? 6/xoAoytz^. otKTt^erat youz; TO 
Zpyov, Kat \eyovrd ye avrbv 6 Kv/or/i/ato? (/r. 71 Schn.) 



OvSe ro 

rjb<T0r] TO A^yoy /x' via 
Kto-^at KT/IOZ; avbpa. 
ttT* etTTcbz/ aTTa 7TtA.yei* 

v/xeas, IToXvSevKey, vireTpetrev, ot 

TLTtTfLV KTOS l^(T^e 7TOT 

CLTTO povvov, oje Kpavtovi&v atay 



, at at, wAto-^er juteyaAous Bentl.] 
98. Lucian, Macro]). 2,6 : Sijuto^io'rjj 8e 6 Ketoy 



Bakchylidqs. 
09. Ael. F. IT. iv. 15. See above 88, 

100. Find. Nem. i,ii. 80 (140): 

"EOTI 6* atT09 0>KV9 V TTOTaZ/Ot?, 

09 eAa^Sez; at\/^a, rr]\60 /x,eTa/utato/otez;o9j SacfcoivQV aypav 

KpayeVat 5e KoAotot Ta7reti/a v 
Schol. d<^ v. 143 : AoKet 8e ravra 
yap avrols Kat v(f)6pa(ns 7rpo9 dAA?]Aoi>9. 
See also above 92-95. 

Epickarmos. 

101. Diog. Laert. viii. 78 : ) E7rt / xap/!xo9 ^HAotfaAofc Kwo9. Kat 
OVT09 ^Kouo-e riu^ayopov. Tpi^vialos 5* virapx^v aTrr\vtyJdr] rijs 

et9 Meyapa. evrevOtv 6' et9 2u/}aKovo-a9, cS? </)Tj(rt Kat 
Tot9 a-vyypdfjLiJLacn. Kat avra> 7ri TOI; 



Et Tt 

Kat TroWos TTOTaiJi&v /utctfoi^' e^ 61 Svvafj.iv, 



i'9 8* efTij Vvr)KovTa 



98-108.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 329 



102. Suidas : 'ETrt'xap/xos, Tirvpov rj Xetjudpou Kal 
O-IOS, 17 K 7ro'Aea>s Kpdorov T&V ^iKavStv. 6s evpe rr)z> Ka>|U(i)<k'az> 
a/oia <l>opjLi<i>. e8"8afe 8e bpa^ara vfi', cos 
e. rti/es 8e CLVTOV K<j>oi> avt"ypa\lfav, 
Ka5/zov et? StKcXtar fj.ToiKr)(rdvT(t)V' ciAAoi 2a/xioz/, aAAot Meyapcoz; 
3^ z> 2iKeAta. ?Jz; 6e 'Trpo r<3z> ITepo-txa>^ er^ ef 8t8ao-KO)y v 
xrais. *v bf 'AOyvais E^errj? /cat Et^^t^Tj? Kat MvA.os 



103. Lucian, Macrob. 25: Kal 'Em 

^j Kai avro? VvrfKOVTa KCLI (TTTCL err] Aeyerat 

104. Arist. Poe. v. 3. 1449 ^ ^ : To 8e pvOovs iroieiv 'ETTI- 



Ka66\ov Tioieiv Xoyovs /cat pvOovs. 



Deinolochos. 

105. Suidas : Aeti'oA.oxo?, 2v/oaKovorio5, ^ 'A/cpayai/rtro?, Kft)jutt/co?. 
Z/ e?rt r^j oy' 



s or Phormos. 

106. Suidas : ^opfjios^ SvpaKowtoj, KCD/UHKOJ, crvyxpovos 'E-Trt- 
ra> rvpavva 2tK\ta? Kat 



avrov. ypa\J/. bpa^ara f, a eort ravra* "ASjUTjroj, *AAKt- 
, 'lA^ou TT<$p6ri<ns, "ITTTTO?, Kr^^evj 17 Ke^aAata, 
c irp&ros e^Sv/xart 7ro6?}pet xat a-Krjvfj 8ep/xa- 
<f)oiviK&v. fjLfjivr]TaL be KOL erepou dpajuaros 'A^tjraiof ei; rots 
Aet7ryoo-o</)to-rats (xiv. 652 A), 'AraAciz/rTjj. 

107. Arist. Po$, v. 3. See above 1Q4. 

108. Paus. v. 27. I : 'Ez; 8e a^rots Ka/. ra avaTtQtvra (TTLV 
VTTO TOV MaivaXiov 4>opjut8os, p,s CK MatraAot; 8ta^a? e? 2tK- 
Ataz; Trapa reAcoz/a roi; Aetfo^eVou^, Kal fcefz>a> re avra) Kat 
*Iepa)rt vcrrcpov aSeA^w roO FeAcoros es ras o-rpareia? 

/uz/os Aa/xTrpa epya, e? roo-oCro KpofjXOev evbaLfjiovias a>? a 
JAW ravra es 'OAvjxTTt'az^ avaOtivai. be Kal rw *A7roAAam aAAa es 
AeA^ovs. (2) ra 8e ^s 'OXv^iriav bvo rt dviv ITTTTOI Kat rivio\oi 
bvo, eKarepo) rcoz/ ^77770)1; Trapecrrcos dznjp r/z/toxos. 6 ^ixez; 8^ Trporepos 
Kal 6 dw7p Atoz^vo-tou roO *Apyc^ov, ra Sevrepa 8e epya 



330 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 



ra> 7rporep<> 
e7rearti> 7Tt 717 TT\Vpq, TO. irp&TO. ov <rvv jueYpo)* Ae'yet yap 8rj o#ra>* 



'ApKas Mat^dAtos, rw 8e 
(3) ovro's eoTiz> 6 ITTTTOJ ora> Kal ro i7nrojuaz;es Ao'ya> r<3 'HXeiW 
8rjAa 6e Kat aAXa es rt/ut^r dz;8/)os jutayov 

rw ?7T7r&). juteye^os /xei^ ^ et8os ILTTTTCOV aTroSet 
oo-ot TTJ? "AXrecos erro? ecrrTJ/caorf Trpos 8e aTroKeKOTrrat re TTJZ> ovpav 

KOI (TTLV 67H TO) TOtwSe Tt al(TyJiu)V K.T.A.. . . . (7) OTt 8e ^ TOl? 

ava6iiiJ,a(Ti TOVTOIS Kal avrbs 6 4>opjutty az;5pt ay^eoTr^/cw? 'TroXe/xta), 
Kat (j)^rj<i erepa) Kat r/otrw ye au^tj /xa^erat. ye'ypaTrrat 8e eTrt 
rovrots rou aTpaTi&Tiqv jutei^ ro^ fMa^o^evov QopfMiv etrat roz; Mati'a- 
, ror 8e avaOivra SvpaKoo-Lov AvKoprav' SrjAa 8e a>s ovros 6 
Kara (friXiav avaOcir] rov Qopnibos. ra 8e a^a^?]juara rou 
KaAetrat <l>opjw,t8os Kat raura VTTO e EXA?jz;cor. 
This passage may refer to another person. 

Xenophanes the Eleatic. 

109. Clem. ^rom. i. 353 P., 130 S. : Trjs 8e 'EAeariK^? 
s,vo(f)avr]s 6 KoAo^wvtos Karap)(et, oz; c^crt Tt/xato? Kara 
roz^ 2tKeAtas Svi'ao-r^z; Kat *ETriyjoip\j.ov TOV Trot^rT^ yeyo^eWt, 
AoScopo? 8e Kara rrjy rea-o-apaKOo-rr)^ dAu/^TrtaSa y^vo^vov Traparera- 
KeVat a)(pt rwz; Aapetov re Kat K^pou \p6vw. 

110. Diog. Laert. ix. 18 : He^o^ti^s Ae^tov ^, ws 'A'TroAAo'Swpos, 
'OpOofJLtvovs KoAo^wi'toy. . . . oSros eKTreo-w^ rr)s 7rarpt8os ej; ZayKAr/ 
r% 2tKeAta? 6teVptj3e Kat ez; Kardi;r/. 

111. [Plut] Apophth. reg. Risr. 4 (Eth. I75C): Hpos 6e Hei'o- 
TOV Ko\o<f)u>viov etTToVra jaoAt? otKeVas 5vo rpe^etz^ " dAA' 

, " 6i> av 8ta(n;pety, TrAetoz^a? ^ jutvptovs rpe^et 



Hieron's Dedications at Olympia, &c. 

112. Paus. viii. 42. 8 (see above 4): (9) 'Omra Kat raura 
Trotrj/Lxara, Kat eTrtypd/xjutara ez; 'OAv/x,7rta, ro /^ei/ VTrep row 

(TTLV CLVT&V' 

-n-ore vtKrjo-ay, ZeO 'OA^Trte, (T^vbv ay&va 



' lepcoz; rd8e crot 



Trarpos fjivrj^a 2vpaKO(7tou. 



309-115.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 331 



(10) TO 6"e erepoz; Ae'yet r&v 

Ttos fjitv jue MtKO)z>os 'Oz>dras efere'Aeoro-ez' 

z>do-a> ez> Alyivy Sahara vaiTaa>v. 

113. /<#. vi. 12. I : nArjo-toz; 8e apjua re eo-rt \a\Kovv Kal avrjp 
dzJa/3e/3?]Ka)S eV avro', Ke'Arjres 8e ITTTTOI -Trapd ro ap/^a ets eKare'pa>0ei> 
, Kat e^rt rc3r ITTTTCOZ; KaOt&vTai TratSes. [See above 5.] 
e, ro i*v 'Oi'ara rou Atyw>7Jrov ro apjua, KaAa/xt8os 5e 01 
re ol fKarepaiOev KOL eV CLVT&V tivlv ol 



s Dedication at Delphoi. 

114. Athen. vi. 231 f: Ae'yet 8' otfrcos 6 eoVo/ufTros (/r. 219 
^T. G. i. 314). . . . (232 a): Mepcor 8' 6 Sv/oa/coVios /3oi/Ao'/xeyoj 

ra> ^ea> rw rpiiroba KOL rj]v NtK7]j; e^ dire^^ov )(pv(roi) e?u 
.w \povov aiTop&v xpva-iov eVe/x^e roi/s dz;afr]r?7(ro^ras ets r^v 
*EAAa8a' otri^e? joto'Atj Tror' ets KopwOov d^tKo'/oterot xat 
aavrts zvpov nap* 'Ap^tre'Aet ra> Koptv^ta), K.r.A. 
See above 23-26. 

Akragas after the Karthaginian War. 

115. Diod. xi. 25- ^ At 8e -Tro'Aets et? 7re8aj 
8tatpe^eWas at^/maAcorovj, Kat rd 8r]ji/,ocria r<3 
7T<TKvaov. TrAettrrovs 8e \a(B6vT$ 'AKpayavrivoL rr\v re 
CLVT&V Kal TJ]V \<apav eKoVjotrja-a^* roo-oOroi; yap -Trap' cwrots 
^AcoKorcoj; ?)j; ro TrA^os^ co^rre iroAAoi)? rai^ tStcoraii' irap' 

e^et^ 8e(7fi<uras TreyraKoaious. (rvz;e/3dAero yap avrots Trpo? ro 
T&V aly^ak&Tutv ov ^ovov ort -TroAAovs o-rpariwras aTre- 
payyVj dAAd Kat 8toVt yevojjLtvrjs rrjs 
TroAAot ra>y (frtvyovToav ets TTJZ> /ne(ro'yeto^ avex^utprjcrav, 
/xdAtara 8e ets rrjj> 'AKpayavrivtov, &v aTiavTutv into T&V 'AKpayav- 
TLVO)v fcoypTj^e^rcar eye/xez; ^ -Tro'Ats rclij; eaAco/coVcoz;. (3) TrAetVrcozJ 
8e ets ro 8^/xoVtoi; avtvtydivTtov, OVTOL ptv rois At^ovs erejuz/oi', ef 
aJv ou (Jiovov ol jaeytcrrot rwz^ ^ewi' z^aot Kareo-Kevdo-^rya-az/, dAAa 
Kat Trpos rds ra>i> ^Sdrcor eK rrjs TroAecos eKpods virovo^oL Kare- 
o-Kvao-dr)crav rrjAtKOWot ro /^.e'ye^os, wo-re a&oQtaTQV eu/at rd 
Karao-Kevao-jua, Katuep 8td rr)z; evreAetaz; Kara^povov^vov. e-Trt- 
o-rdrrjs 8e ye^o'/xez^os rovrcoz; rcSf epytoz; 6 Trpoo-ayopevo'/xeyos 
8td r^v 8oay row Karao-Keuda-jutaros tTroirjcrtv a(f> eavrov 
roi;s VTroi'o'juous <|)ataKas. (4) Kareo-Ke^ao-az/ 8e ot 'AKpayayrtvot Kat 
TroAvreA^, rr)z^ Treptjuerpoz^ fyovcrav o-ra^tcov eTrrd, ro 



332 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 



8e fiaOos TTTIX&V eiKocrt. ei? 8e ravrrjv eVayo/^eVcoz; iroTajjiitov Kal 
Kpr)vai<Dv vbdrav l^Qvorpofytlov eyeVcTo, TroXXoi/? 
l\6vs els rpo<^r\v Ka\ air6kav(Tiv' KVKVtov re TrXetoTcou et? 
Kara7TTajuieVa>z> awe'/ST] TTJZ> Trpd(ro\l/tv avrfjs eTTtrepTTTJ yeveVdai. dXX' 
TGI? vcTTtpov y^povois d/xeXrj Cetera (rvvc^uxrOTfj Kal 8ta TO 
xP^ ot; KaT(f)Odprj, (5) rr)y 8e xP a 
ovcrav aimtXofyvrov "noir}<rav KOL $vbp(TL TTCLVTOLOIS 
axrT Xafj.(3dvLV ef avr^s jueyaAas TTpooroSous. 
See also 149 below. 

Hieron's Police -system and the Disaffection among 
his Subjects. 

116. Arist. Pol. viii. (v.) ix. (IT.) 3. 1313 b n : Kai TO JUT) 
XavOdvtiv TreipaaOai ocra Tv/\dvL TLS Xeycoy ^ TtparTtov r&v apx" 

, dAX* etpat KaTaovcoTrous, otoz^ irept 2upaKOV(rtou9 at TTOTO- 
KaXov^vai Kat TOIJ oaraKOuora?, o^? f^eirefjL'nev 6 *Iepa>r, 
OTTOU n? etr; (rvvova-ia KCLL crvXXoyos. 

117. Plut. DioTi 28 : Ot be TroXXol TOIJ Tvpdvvov <^)tXots 
OZVTO KOL (ruvrjpira^ov rovs KaXovpevovs irpoaay^yCbas, d 
avoo-Lovs Kal Oeols ^0povs, o* i:epiv6<TTOVV cv rf} Tro'Xet 

fjL^voi TOLS SupaKouo-tot? TToXvirpayfjiovovvTes Kal 8iayye'XXoi>Tes TW 
Tvpdvvut rds T biavoias Kal rds ^coi^as eKa(TTca^. 

118. Plut. de curiosit. 16 (Eth. 522 F) : Katrot ye TOVS rvpav- 
, ols avdyKT] iravra yiyv&(rK.iv } 7ra)(^fO"TaTOU9 Trotet TO r&v 

WTCOI/ Kat Trpo oray coy eW yeVoy. a>raKOV(7Tds /xei^ ouu 
v 6 z/eos Aapeto? . . . TOVJ 6e 7rpoo r ay^)yt8as > ot ALOVVCTLOL 
Tots 2,vpaKO(r[ois Kartpij-av. 

119. Diod. xi. 67. 3 : TTJZ> 8e /3ao-tXeuw dia^efa^ewj 'lepcor 6 



(4) ^ yap Kal ^tXapyupoj Kat /3tato? Kat Ka^oXot; T^? 

Kal KaXoKayaOtas [Td6eX</>oi;] dXXoTptwraTO?. 8to Kat 

Ttz;? CKfria-TaaOai /3ovXojaerot irapaKaT(ryov ras Ibias opjJias bta rr)V 

Fe'Xoo^o? 8o'az> Kat TT)I; et? TOI;? a7rai>Tas StKeXtcoTa? ewotaz^. 

120. Athen. vi. 236 A ('Emxapjuo? |y J EX7u8t ^ flXovTO), /r. 2 
Lor.) : 

at KO 8' vrux<a TOIS TreptTroXots, 
TOU^' otoz; dyaObv eTTtXeycu Tots ^eot?, OTt 
ov Xw^Tt irXetoi;, dXXd /xacrTtywz^Tt /tt. 

121. Walz, JiAg^ Gr. iv. p. 1 1 = Proleg. in Hermog. 5 : Merd 



116-125.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 333 



OOLVCLTOV TOV T&wvos TVpdvvr](rv 'le/xoi;, ot 6"e Xiyovviv 6 
avrov, aAAoi Xtyovo-iv 6 vibs avTov. irapbvvd(TTV(T 8e 
Kopaf rty. ovroy 6 Ko'paf, 6V ep &y t/3ovAero Trapd ra> /3ao-tAei, 
oy TjKovero. /xera Qavarov TOVTOV TOV 'le/oawos rvpavvttcrQai 
fjOeXov ot SupaKovo-a-iot. Aey^at yap ort roo-oirroi> a>j 
Kar* avT&v, a>ore Trpoa-rafat roty Svpa/covorcrtoiy 
i r6 irapdirav, dAAa 
<TrjiJ.aiviv TO. -rrpoV^opa. Kal cSv ar rts er XP et/< ? y*vwro, ZvOcv KOL 
Tr\v opyj](TTiK.riv Aa/3ety ray dp^ay* rw yap aTroKexAeto-^at Aoyov 

TOVS SvpaKOVO-tfiOVS CfJLTJXaV&VTO (T)(77/jtart $LKVVLV TO, 

8e8ta)S ow 6 T&V 2,vpa.Kov<ro-t(*)V brjjj.os /a^Trcoy ety OJJLOIOV 
TVpcanw, OVKZTL Tvpdvvu ra TtpdyfjiaTa KaT7r(<TTV(rav. XOLTTOV 
-TrdAtr Z^ roty 



Pindar's Eulogies of Hieron. 

122. Find. 01. I 10(16): 

'Ey a(f)Vav LKOfjitvovs 
epcoroy k&riav, 
os d^eTret (TKCLTTTOV v 
, bptirwv fj.ev Kopv^ay aperav curb 
dyAatferat 6e *cal 
/xovo"tKay ei^ dcorw K.r.A. 

123. J6i^. vi. 92 (156) : 

Eniw 6e pffjivacrOaL 2vpa/cocro-az> re Kat 'Oprvytay* 
raz^ *Iepa>i> KaOaput (r/caTrrw 
aprta /ui]8o'jutez>oy, <$>oiviK.6i:t 
afJi(f)TTL Ad/uarpa K.r.A. 

124. Id. P^A. iii. 68 (120) : 
Kat Ki/ er z>ai>(rtz> ^6\ov '\oviav 
'AptOovvav tTtl Kpavav Trap 9 Alrvalov 
oy 2upaKO(7(rat(7t reV et ^Sa^tAevy 
irpaiJy dcrrory, ov (j>0ovetDV dya^oty, 
Cf. i&wZ. ii. 58 (109). 

Hieron's Disease. 
Plufc. P^A. or. 19 (Eth. 403 C). See above 34. 

125. Find. Pyth. i. 46 (88) : 

Et yap 6 Tray \povos oXfiov fj.v ovrco Kat KTtdvvv boa-iv 

evfruvoi, Ka/xcmoiJ 5* eiriXaariv 7rapdo-\oL. 
Schal. ctc v. 89. See above 33. 



334 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 



Compared to Philoktetes. 

126. Find. Pyth. i. 50 (96): 

Nvv ye pav TCLV 4>tXoKrijrao binav e<e'7ra>z> 
(TTpaTv0r]' (TVV 8* avdyKO, viv <f>i\ov 
KaC rt? ea>z> /xeyaXai;a>p (ravv* $ai>rt 8e AapvoOcv eXKet retpo 



rjpaas avTL0ovs Tloiavros vlbv To6rav' 
os TlpidfjiOLO ii6\LV Trepa-ev, TeXevrao-eV re -TroVovs Aavaois, 
a(T0Vi juez; xpcarl /3a6/a)V, aXXa 
ovrco 8' 'Jepcovt ^eos opO&Trjp Tr 
TOV TTpoffepirovTCL \povov, &v eparat, naipov bibovs. 
127. Schol. ac? y. 96: 'ETrt 5e roO irapoVro? rov 

TpOTTOV 6 *lp(DV fJLTp\6fJiVOS f(TTpaTV0r] Kdl 

6 






Akragas. 
Death of Theron. Succession and fall of Thrasydaios. 



128. Diod. xi. 53 : Mera 8e radra *A0rivr](n fj,ev fj 
. . . ^X^^ ^ 7ra P > 'HXetots oXv/utTTta? J3bojjLrjKO(rTrj KOL 
^z; evtxa (rrdbiov Advbrjs 'Apyetoj. eTrt 8e TOVTWV Kara /aei^ r?)z; 
2tKeAta^ @?7pa)i> 6 'AKpayavrivtov bwda-rris ereXevrr/o-ez' apfa? er?] 
8e/ca Kat ef, rr)z> 8e cipx^v 5ie8efaro @pao-i;5atos 6 woj. (2) 6 jaey 
ovv r]pa>v TTJV apxyv e^tetKW? 8ia>Kr}K(0y, xai f<3^ /uteyaXr/j 
trvyy^ave napa rots TroXtrat? Kat reXeur^craj fjptoiK& 
6 6e vtos awoG Kat ^Sz^ro? ert roi5 irarpos fiiaios tfv Kat 
Kat reXevr?](rai'roj ^PX e ^ ? TrarptSo? TrapavojjLd&s Kat 
(3) 810 Kat raxews a7rt(rrr;^ets VTTO rwz^ VTroreray/xeVcoz; 

S KOL (BlOV <-%(&V ^L(TOVfJiVOV' O0V TCL\(i)S TTJS 

otKetay ecrxe rr)y roO /S^ou KaTaa-Tpo^rjv. /uera yap r^v 
roi5 irarpos @?jpa)z>os reXevr^v TroAXov? joito-^o^opous d^potVas Kat 
raw 'AKpayavrivtov Kat 'I^epatcoi; -TTpoo-KaraXe^a?, rows aTraz^ras 
ij0poi(Tv viTfp TOVS oLQ-fjivptovs tTTTTety Kat TTefouj. (4) jmera 8e 
rovrcov /^eXXovroy avrou TroXe/xer^ rot? 2upaKocrtot9, 'lepcor 6 /3a<rt- 
Xev? Trapao-Kevao-ajue^os bvvafj.iv ai6Xoyov ea-rpdreuo-ez/ e?rt ror 
'AKpdyavra. ycvo^vrjs 8e /xc^x 7 ?? tcrxupas TrXetcrrot [rcSz/] irapa- 



126-131.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 335 



c EAA?jz;a>j> TTpbs "EAA^as eTrea-oi;. (5) rrj ju.z> ow 
irpOTpr]orav ol Svpa/coo-tot, KarcKoirrja-av 5e rail' /zer 2iy>aKO(TiW eis 
iouy, r<3i/5e aAAcoy V7re/> rovs rerpctK 107(1 Aiovy. /xera 5e raura 
^TT(TV K Trjs ap^s, KOL (frvytov els 
Meyapets rovj Nicratovs KaXovfJitvovs, exet Oavdrov Karay^axr^ets 
' ol 8' 'AKpayavrlvoi. KOfjuo-djACVOL TJ]V brjfJLOKpariav, 5ta- 
s elpr)vr)s CTV\OV. 



Thrasydaios tyranny at Himera. 
Diod. xi. 48. 6 : See above 39. 

Hierons part in the struggle with Thrasydaios. 
Find. P^/^- i' 5 (9^)- See above 126. 



The political state of Akragas. 
See below 166-169, 

Himera becomes independent. 
129. Find. 01. xii. (not before B.C. 470/69) : 'Epyore'A 

Trat Zryz/os ' 



iTi o/ Himera under power of Akragas. 
130. Ofo. HI M ERA Cock standing to left. 
Rev. Crab in incuse circle. 

/R Wt. 8-59 grammes. 
[JBrit. Mus. Cat., Sicily, Himera no. 



Contemporary coin of Akragas. 
181. 06V.AKRACA 



, P , ... , , 
standing to left with closed wings. 

Rev. Crab. Below A-h3- The whole in incuse circle. 

/R Wt. 8-83 grammes. 
. Jt/us. Cat., Sicily, Agrigentum no. ^5.] 



336 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vin. 



E-hegion. 

ffieron interferes on behalf of the children of Anaxilaos. 

132. Diod. xi. 66 : 'E-7T 1 &P\OVTOS 8* 'Adr/vyo-i Auo-tarpdrou . . . 
7rt 8e TOVTWV 'le'pcuz; 6 TOW 2t>paKoo-coz> /3a<rtAeuy rovy *AvaiXa 
7rat8ay row yez>ojueVoi> Tvpavvov ZdyxXr/y ey 2i>paKowray 
Tre/xx/fd/xez'oy jxeyaAaty 5a>peaty are/oii/xz^o-Ke r??y Fc'Aawoy 

irpos roz> Trarepa aurfizj euepyecrtay, Kat crwe/SovAevei' a^irots ^677 rr]v 
bptofjitvoi's aTrairr/orat Aoyov -Trapa MtKv^ou ro e7rtr/oo- 
Kat r^r Svraoretaz; a^rovj TrapaXaficiv. (2) TOVTIOV 6* 
Tcw els TO *P?iyto^, KCU roi; eTTtrpOTroi; Aoyoy &7taiTovvTa)v 
L<j>Kr]iJ.V(i)v, 6 MUvOos, avrjp a>v dya^os, tru^yaye TOVS 
<^)tAous ra>^ 7rat8ca^ xal TO^ Aoyoi' ovrco K.a6ap<i>s aTre 
coo-re aTra^ras rovs TtapovTas Qav^a^iv TJ\V re iK.aiocrvvr]v Kat rr)^ 
Trtamv, TOVS 8e TratSas jutera/xeATy^eWas fm rots TTpa\0i(riv aiovv 
TOV MiKvOov iraXw Trjv apyj] v TrapaXafiew, KOL iraTpos ^ovo~iav 
Kat TCLIV StotKetz; rd Kara r?)y Swaoretar. (3) ov /ur)^ 6 
ye orvv^pr](rv, aXXa irdvTa Trapabovs aKpifi&s Kal TJJV 
ova iav ei>0e'juez>os ety TrAotoi; e^e'TrAeua-e^ CK TOV 'Pr/ytov, 
VTTO r^y rcov o^Aa>^ zvvoias. ovroy JJLV ovv ety 
*EAAd8a Kardpay tv Teye'aty r^y 'ApKaStay Kare/Stcoo-ei; e-Tratz/ov/x 

133. Dion. Hal. xx. 7 (19. 4): 'AyafiAay 6e 'P^ytVcoz; 
aKpoTioAtz/ KareAd/3ero, Kat ^rdz/ra rw rou /3toi; \povov 
Azotypovi T<a TTCLibl Trjv dpx^ KareAtTTe. 

Schol. Find. P^- ii. 34. See above 54. 



Dedications of Mikythos. 

134. Hdt. vii. 170. 

135. Paus. v. 24. 6: 'Eort 6e Kat dAAoy Zevy OVK 
yiv^iOL) KeTrat 5e v roty avaOrf^acn roty MtKV^ov. 

136. Ibid. 26. 2 : Td 6e di>a0TJjuara MIKV^OV TroAAd re 

Kat OLK e(/)e^y oz^ra ei'pta-Koz^, dAAd 'I^trov /xer rot) 'HAetou Kat 
'EKex^tptay crTe(j)avov(Tr]s TOV "IfyiTov, TOVTM fJLtv T&V etKoVcoz; e^erat 
roo-dSe ava6i]fj.aTa TOV MiKvOov, 'Aja^)trptrr] Kat noa-etSaiz; re Kat 
'Eorta* FAauKoy 8e 6 7rot?](ray ecrriz; 'Apyetoy. -Trapa. 8e rou z/aou 
rou /xeydAou r^ ez/ dpio-repa irXtvpav avtOrjKev dAAa, K6pr]v Trjv 
Kat 'A<^po6tri]i/ Faz/u/XTJd^i; re Kal "Apre/xtf, Trotrjrcoi; e 



132-139.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 337 



KOI 'Htriobov, KOL 0eovs avOis *Ao-K\T]7rid^ KCLL 'Tytetaz'. 
(3) 'Aya>zJ re ez> rots avaOrnJLa<riv cart rots MLKV&OV <f>ep(DV dArr/pas- 
01 5e dArr/pes ovrot Trape^ozmu (r%rjiJLa rotoVSe* KUK\OU Trapajouj- 

K(TTpOV Kat OVK S TO CLKpL(3(TTaTOV TTpl(f)pOVS l(TLV rJULCTV, TTeTTOtr/- 

rat 8e &>s xat rov? SaKrvXous rG>v yjeip&v 8tteVat Ka9aTTp bi o^dvav 
ao'TTtSoy. TOVTMV juey 8r) o"^//,a eo"rt ro lprjjj,vov' irapa 8e rov 
'Ayaiz/oy rr)y etKoVa AIOZ/DO-OS Kat 6 paf eo-rtz; 'Op0ev? Kat ayaA/ixa 
Ato?, ov 87) Kat oAtya) nporcpov TT}JLVYi(r0r]v. ravra Ipya eo-ri^ 
*Apyetov Aiovvaiov. TfOrjvai 8e VTTO rot) MtKv^ou Kal aAAa 6/iou 
rourot? Xeyouo-t, Ne'pawa 8^ dc^eAeo-^at ^>ao-t Kat rara. (4) rots 
8e e/oyao-a/xeVots avra, y^ros oSo'ti' 'A/oyetots, Atowo-ta) re Kat FAavKCj), 
8t5ao"KaAoi' (T(f>i(rLV ov8eVa eTrtAeyovcrtv* ^AtKtaz^ 8e avr&v 6 ra epya 
e? 'OAv/xTrtar d^aflet? eTrtSetKWo-tz/ 6 MIKU^O?. roz/ yap 6~Tj MIKU^OZ^ 
rouroz; 'Hpo'Soro? !<?; ey rot? Aoyot? a>? J Az/afiAa roi5 ez^ *Pryyt&> 
Tvpavvrja-avTos ycvofJitvos bovkos Kat Tafias T&V 'Az/aftAa y^p^aTtov 
va-repov TOVTWV aviMV vl\oLTO ts TeyeW reAefr^o-ai'ros 'Az;atAa. 
ra 8e eTrt rots avaO^ao-iv eTrtypdjut/ixara Kdt Trare/oa MtKi>^(p 
Xot/ooi; Kal 'EAAj72;t8as avrw TroAets 'P^ytoV re 7rarpt6a Kat r?]i/ 
e?rt rw Trop^jutai Metrcnjrrjz; StScoo't^* otKetz^ 6"e ra /uev iTrtyp^juara 
ey Teyea [ov] (frqcriv avroV, rd 8e avaQri^ara avt6r)Kv es 'OAi;^- 
TTtW ev^TJz; rii>a eKreAwz; eTrt (rcor^pta 7rat8'os roo-rjo-ai^ro? voaov 
QOivdba. 

137. Olympia, Inschr. 267 ; 1. 6r. J.. 532 : [Mi'/ct^os f o Xotpo 
Peytz;os KOI Meovre'Jz/tos, FOIKZOV tv Teyeet, | [rdyd'Af/ara rd8e ^eot? 
av0K iia<n]v Kat 0eats Traa-ats* | [TratSos 6"e vovov (f)0ivdba voaeovros 
KJal xpe/xaror *oo"(ra Fot TrAeto^ra eyez/[ero "warou J terpots 
OVTOV, es 'OAfjuiTTte^] \06v, eTretra ev^djuez/| [o? - - - 

Letters C (y), C (0. (^) U^+ (t) ttJ, (x)- 



138. Cf. Olympia, Inschr. 268 ; /. (r. A. 533 (similar in- 
scription). 

Leophron at Olympia. 

139. Athen. i. 3 D : 'AAKt/3td8rjs 8e 'OA^juiTrta I'tKTjo-a? ap/oiart 
TrpcSros Kal Sevrepos Kai reVapros . . . Ov<ras 'OAujutTTtu) Ait r^z/ 

Trao-ar etortWe. ro avro eTrot^o-e Kat Aew$pa>z> 
tiriviKLov ypatyavTos rov Kefov Stfxwv^ov (cf. Bergk, 



338 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch.vm. 



Death of Hieron. His successor. 

140. Diod. xi. 66. 4: ('ETT* ap^ovros 'A0TJi>Tj(n Ava-LcrTpdrov) 

'lp(t)V 6 T&V 2,VpCLKO(TL(t)V fia(TL\VS tT\tVTT](TeV V TTJ 
KOL TlfJL&V f)p(t>iK&V TV)(V, &$ %LV KTtOTrjS yey 01/0)9 TT]S 

OVTOS fj,v ovv apas err/ ei/Sexa KareAiTre rj]v (3a(n\eiav Qpacrv- 
vAa> TO) d8e\^)a>, 6s ^pfe SvpaKocriav ZVLCLVTOV Zva. 

141. Schol. Find. 01. i. inscr. : 'Upavi SvpaKovo-iv. 'Em- 



. 6 8e ai 



tXrjTi, Trjv 8e OTJ' T0piTnT(p. a-vv^jBrj 5e avroi; vtKrjcravTa 

r]v orf 6\vfJL7ndba V Tavrrj reAevr^o-ai. 
Paus. viii. 42. 8. See above 4. 
/c. vi. 12. i. See above 5. 

Aristonoos and Chromios the legal guardians of 
Gelon's son. 

Schol. Find. Nem. ix. 95. See above 36. 

Hieron buried at Aitna. 
Strab. vi. 2. 3 (268). See below 156. 

Fall of Thrasybulos. 

142. Arist. Pol. viii. (v.) viii. (TO.) 18. 1312 b 9: "Em 8e 
poTTovffrOeipeTaL rvpavvls) tavTrjs, orav ol 

TJ T&V TTpl TtXcDVa KO.I VVV 7] T&V 7Tpl AtO^UO~tOI'. ff 

QpaavfiovXov rov 'Tepcoz^o? dScA^ow rbv vlbv TOV 
KCLI Trpoj fjbovas 6pju<3iTo?, ti>* airos Q>PXll 
oi/ceiW (TvcrTrjo-dvTtoV, r lva pr] rvpavvls oAoo? Kara\v9fj dAAa Qpao"u- 
, ot 8e o-uo-rarres CLVT&V, a>9 Kcupbv 



143. J&wi ix. (12.) 23. 1315 b 38. See above 2. 

144. Diod. xi. 67 : J E?r' ap^ovros 5 J 'A^rjzn/o-t Awavtov . . . CTTI 
TOVTGW pacnJjSouAos 6 ra>y Svpaxocrtcoz; ^aatAevj z^zTTearev /c r^y 

p< ov (ra) Kara /xe'/oo? avaypafyovTas ?y/aay drayKatoV eon 
j3pa\v rols \povois avabpafJLovTzs air* o-p^ijs aTravra KaOap&s eK^ei^at. 
(2-4, see above 30, 119.) (5) /oterd 8e rr/y c le/)a)j;oj reAevrr/f ?rapa- 



140-144.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 339 



rj]v apxyv 0pa(rv/3oi>Ao9 6 d8eA<6s T$77epe/3aAe rr} KaKta rov 
irpo avTov /Sao-tAewrarra. /States yap &v Kat QOVIKOS TTO\\OVS /xeu 
T&V 77oAtr<3z/ avrjpi TTapa TO biKdLov, OVK oAtyov9 8e (frvyabzvtov eTrt 
-(jsevbtni Sta/3oAat9 ra? ovcrias els TO fiaviXiKov avcXajjLfiai'f' KaQoXov 

b fJLHT&V Kat HHJOVfJLeVOS VT7O T&V CLOLKOVfJiCVtoV, fJiL(TOo(f)6p(t)V 7T\fjOoS 

^vo\6yr](Tv, avTiTayfJia KaTacrKfvdfau rat? 7roAtrt/cat9 

(6) act 8e /utaAXo^ rot? TroXtrat? aTrex^o/xe^o?, Kat TroAXov? 

vfipifav, roi>? 8e avaip&v, rjvayKacrc TOVS dStK 

OL SvpdKoVtOl TTpOCTTY1(raiJ,VOL TOVS ^yi]0-OjUeVoV9 &p[J.r](TaV 67H 

KOL (ru^rax^eWe? VTTO r<Sr 
(7) paorv(3ov\o$ be 6p>v 

Tr)V TTO\IV oAr/f eir' avrbv arTpaTfvonevrjv, TO JJLV itp&rov e 
Aoya) KaTaiTavLV TT]V CTTCLVIV* 0)9 8' o$pa rrjz; 6pyJr]v T&V 

ovcrav, crvvriyaytv UK re 7779 Karats roi9 
pcoros Kat roi/9 aAAou9 a-v^{JLa\ovs y ert 8e (xat) 
(f)6p<t>v TrXrjOos, (wore rou9 a7raira9 yevtvOai a"%bdv irepl TOVS pvpiovs 
(8) ovro9 jue^ ow r^9 7roAeco9 KartAr;^)a)9 r^r 
'Axpabivrjv Kat rrji; N^a-oy dxvpaz; ova-ar, Kat ex 

TOVTMV OpfJLW^fVOf, StfTToAeV^t 77/009 TOl/9 afaaTtoTaS. (68) Ot 8e 
2vpaKO(TtOt TO f/ei' Ttp&TOV /Xp09 TT/S 7ToA0)9 KCLT\a(3oVTO TJ]V 

ovofJiafofJiev^v TVKYJV, eK TavTrjs be opjuoo/xeVot 7rpeo-/3ei;ra9 aTreo-ret- 
Aar t9 FeAay Kat 'AKpayavTa Kat SeAtrourra, Trpos 8e rovrot9 et9 
'Ifjifpav Kat 7rpo9 ra9 rw^ StKeAw^ TroAets ra9 ei^ r?J jutea-oycta) 
Ketjme'z>a9, aftoi;^re9 Kara ra)(09 <rweA^et^ Kat o-weAev0ep<So-at ra9 
2upaKovo-a9. (2) TTCLVTMV be 7rpo6vfj,a)s vTraKovoi'Toiv, Kat o-wroVw? 
rwi; jutez; Trefoi/9 Kat 177-77619 o-rpartcora9, rwz^ 8e vavs 

et9 vav^a^iav, rayv vvvriy 

rot9 2upaKO(rtot9. 8to Kat rct9 z^a9 Karaprurazrre9 ot 
r^z; 77efr/z> ^vva^iv eKrafaz/Tes, erotjuoi>9 avroi/9 airfbei^av Kat 776C?/ 
Kat Kara QaXarrav [/3ouAo//Vou9] 8taya>i;tfea-^at. (3) 6 8e 0pao"u- 
/3ovAo9 6yKaraAet77o/m^o9 ^776 ra>^ av^a\(Av Kat ra9 
avrot9 l^ 60 ^ ro ^ 9 j^to-^o(/)o'poi9, rr}9 /xei^ 'AxpaStz;^ Kat 
1^, ro 8e XOLTTOV /xepo9 rrJ9 77o'Aeco9 Karetxor ot 
ra??ra 6 f/,ez> 0paoT;/8ovAo9 rat9 rafn-tz; 677t77Ae7;o-a9 77t roi;9 

rrj vav^a-^La, crv\vas fj.v rptrjpet9 

rat9 8' aAAat9 Kare'^vyez; t? rr)v NT^O-O^. (4) ojixotW 8e Kat 
77ef^ bvvcifjLiv 77poayaya)y eK rr^9 'Axpa8ti^9 Kat 
rot9 7rpoao-r6tot9 rjTT^dr], Kat 77oAAoi>9 airofiaXtov 
et9 r^ 'Axpabivrjv aT7o\(t)pf)(rai. reAo9 8e a77oyrov9 rr^y rvpavviba 

Z 2 



340 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. viii. 



Tipd? TOVS SvpaKocrious, KOL vvvQtptvos ra Trpbs 
avrovs VTiocnrovbos a7rij\0v ei? Aonpovs. (5) ot 8"e 2vpaKoViot 

TOVTOV TOV TpOTIOV \V0pto<TaVTS TT)V TTaTpibo. TOt? p\V /AlO-00(/>o'pOt? 

(Twe\ti>p'r\(To:v aTreAfletz/ CK raw 2,vpaKOv<rG>v, ra? 8e aAAa? -Tro'Aet? ra? 
Tvpavvovp.vas rf ^>povpa? e^owa? fktvOeptoa-avTts aTTOKareVrr^a-az/ 
rat? TToAeo-t ray ftrj/xo/cparuxj. (6) aTro 8e rovrcoz; raw -^pov^v etp?{- 
Z^TJI; e')( ovo " a "tfoAX?^ tiTLbocriv eAa/3e Trpoj ev8at/xoz/6W, Kat bi(pv\a^ 
rr]V brjuoKpaTiav errj o-)(e86r efrJKO^ra jue^pt r?j? ALOVVO-LOV rvpav- 
vibos. (7) QpaavfiovXos be KaXw? ^e/meXtco^eto-a^ /ScuriXc^av irapa- 
A.a/3wv, 8ia T7^v t8tai^ KCLKICLV alcrxp&s airefiaXe r^v 
et? AoKpovs VTav0a rov XOLTTOV xpovov tdtcorevcoz^ 



Connexion of LokroL with the Syrakusan Tyrants. 

Schol. Find. P^/i. ii. 34 and i. 98. See above 54 and 56. 

145. Eusebius (Sync. 483. 15): StKeAta? brj^oKparia. Hieron. 
0. 79. 3 : Sicilia a populo regebatur. Vers. Arm. 0. 79. 3 : 
In Sicilia democratiam habuerunt. 

Syrakuse after the expulsion of Thrasybulos. 

146. Diod. xi. 72 : ('E7r'apxoz/ros'A^?jz^o-tTAr/7roXe/xou) Kara 6e 
rr)i; 2tKA.tWaprt KaraXeAvjueV^ rr)? ez; rat? SupaKOuo-at? rvpavvibos 
KaiTra(r&VTG)v Kara r?;^ vrjcrov Tro'Aecoz; ri\vOep^^v(^v^o\\j]v 7rCbo(nv 
\diJL{3dvv f) avjj.irao'a 2tKeAta Trpo? ^vbaifjioviav. 

ot StKcAtairat Kat yj&pav ayaOyv vepontvoi, 8ta ro Tr 
raxy rat? otmat? avlrp^ov Kat rr)z; \u>pav 7rA?jpa>a-ai> otKeraiy Kat 
KTf]v>v Kat rr)? aAA?]? ev6atjuoi;ta?, jaeyaAa? /utei^ \afJ.{3dvovT$ Ttpocr- 
obovs, ovbw be et? rou? etoo^ora? TroAe/otou? az/aAta-Ko^re?. (2) //era 
6e raiJra TraAtv et? TroAe/xov? Kat a-raa-et? tvtTrecrov 8ta rotavra? rtz;a? 
atrta?. KaraA^o-a^re? rrjz; 0pao-v/3ovAou Tvpavviba avvriyayov 
(nai>, Kat Trept r?y? tdta? 8?7jotOKparta? povkevcrdfJLtvoi Trdvr 
/xoz/co? \l/rj(f)io'avTO Ato? /xez; 'EAeu^eptou KoAorrtatoz^ 
Karaa-Kevao-at, Kar' fviavrbv 8e 0vety eAeu^e'pta Kat aya>^a 
Trotetz; Kara rrjz; avrrjv f]fj,tpav, tv y TOV rvpavvov 
fiXtvOepcticrav rj]v irarpiba' Qveiv 8' ez> rot? dy<(7t rot? ^eot? ravpovs 
rerpaKoo-tov? Kal TrevrriKoyra, Kat rovrou? baTTauav et? r^ raiz/ -rroAt- 
rwi' vu>xiav' (3) ra? 8e ap^a? aTracra? rot? ap^atot? -TroAtrat? 
rovj 5e ^eVous roi;? e^rt rou Fe'Acoz^o? TroAtrev^ez^ra? OVK 



145-148.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 341 

ravrrjs rrjs rijur/s, etre OVK dft'ous KpivavTs, etre /cat 

TVpaVVLOL Kal fJLOVCLp)((j> (TVV- 



TOV yap FeAcoyos TrAetoras T&V p,vpi(tiv 7roAiroypa(|>r;o'ai>ros 

iJiUrOo^OpOVS, K TOVTtoV TttpltXtlllOVTO TT\eoVS T&V 

Kara TOVS VTTOKLIJ,VOVS Kcupovs. (73) OVTOL rrjs ex T&V 



T&V 2vpaKO(Ti(av Kal rrjs TroAecoy KareAa^3oz;ro TYJV re ' 
Kal rr\v NTJCTOI;, d/oK^orepcuy rcaz; TOTKDV TOVTWV CXOVTWV Ibiov 
KaAcSs KaT(TKvao-^vov. (2) ot 6e 2vpaKoViot TraAiz; ^JUTT- 
et? rapa^TJy ro \onrbv rfjs Tro'Aeo)? Kart)(o^, Kai ro TT/OOS ras 
rerpa/x/aeVoz; avr^s a7reretx to "^ Kal 7roAAr)z; ao-^aAetaz^ 
eauroty Karto-KtvaaraV v6vs yap rrjs 7rl rr)z; x<6pav f6bov TOVS 

v^fpQs tlpyov Kal ra\y T&V fTrtrrySetcoz; 
(3) ot 8e feVot rots //,*> TrArj^eo-t^ eAe^Tiorro rw 
raty 5e efX7ret/)tats rats Kara Tro'Aejuoz; TroAv Ttpotiyow 8to Kal 
Kara rqv iroXiv 7rt0eVea>z> Kal Kara /xepos (rvpLTT\OK&v } 
rats /otev jut^ats ot f^ot tTTpoTtpovv, ^Ipyo^evoi 6e r?j? \(apas eAet- 
TTOVTO rats 'n'apao-Keuats Kal rpo<r/s taiiavi^ov. Kal ra juez^ Kara rT)z> 
2tKeAtW ez; rovrots ifv. 

147. 7&wZ. 76 : Kara 8e r^v 2tKeAtav (ITT' apxovros ' 

2vpaKoVtot fxey TroAe/zowres rots d^eo-rrjKoo-t 
7rpoo-/3oAas eTrotoCi/ro rrj re 'Axpabivfj Kal rfj NTJO-W, Kat 
vavpayjiq ptv fviKrjorav TOVS aTroo-raz^ras, Tre^j 6* OVK la-xvoiJ eKjSaAeti; 
eK rrjs "TroAecos 6ta r^y o^vporr^ra r<Sz> TOTKAV. (2) /xera 5e rara 
Traparcifecos yevojute^s e?rl r^s x<&pas t Kal T>V aytovifyntvtdv Trap 1 
dju<ore'pois eK^/ucos KivbvvevdvTtov, 7rea-eti> crvvtjSr) OVK dAtyovs 
Trap' dju<|)orepots, i'LKfj<rai de rows SvpaKoo-^ovs. /uerd 6e rr)z> ^cL\rjv 
ot 2upaKoVtot rovs /xez> emAeKrous, oi'ras efaKoo-tous, atrtovs yez>o- 
/meVovs r^s VLKrjs, eo-re^ai^axrar dpto-reta Scares apyvpiov pvav 
eKao-ro). 

148. Arist. Po. viii. (v.) ii. (3.) u. 1303 a 38: Kal 2upa- 
/uterd rd rvpavvLKa TOVS tvov$ Kal TOVS /uuo-flo^o'povs TroAtras 

eo-rao-tacrai; Kal ets 



Revival of the Prosperity of Sicily. 

Diod. xi. 68. 6. See above 144. 
72. i. See above 146. 



342 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Oh. viii. 

Restoration of Property. 
Cic. Brutus, xii. 46. See below 204. 

Akragas : Temple of Zeus and other works. 

149. Diod. xiii. 82 : "H re yap T&V lep&v Kctrao-Kew) Kal 
6 TOV Aids rews fji<f>aivL rj]v jueyaXoTrpeVetay T<3i> rore a 
TO>V fjLtv ovv a\\a)v lep&v ra fzey KaTeKavflrj, ra 8e TeXetcos 
8ta TO TroXXaKi? TjXtoKeVat TT/IJ TTO^LV, TO 8' ^O\vfjnnov fxeXXoz^ Xajm- 
fiaveiv TT]V opofyi]v o TroXe/xos eKwXuo-e^' e^ oS r^s TroXecos Kara- 
(TKa^)to-^s ovSeTTore v(TTpov Ivyvvdv ' A.K.payavrlvoi r^Xos fTnOelvai 
rots oLKobofjiriiJiacnv. (2) eon 8e 6 i^6a)9 e^cov TO /otei^ /XTJKO? 7ro'8a? 
T/HdKOo-tovj Tta-a-apaKovra, rb 8e -TrXc^Tos efrJKOzrra, TO 8e 
ZKCLTOV etKOo-t ^copts TOT; Kpr^TTtScujutaTOs. fxeytorTos 8* a>y 
StKeXta KCU TOIS KTO? OIK aXoyco? &z; (rv/KpivoLro Kara TO 
TTJS VTTOo-Tao-ecoj' Kat yap et /UITJ Te'Xos XcLfizlv o-vvtfirj rrjv 7ri/3oXTJi>, 
?) ye Trpoatpeo-t? virdp^i <pavpd. (3) TWZ/ 8' a\\a>v rf ^XP L foi^mv 
TOVS recbj oiKo8ojmoiWa>z> ^ KVKXtt) Ktoa-t TOVS OTJKOVS TrpL\afj.f3av6v- 

TtoVj OVTOS eKttTtpaS TOVTMV /OtTC)(et TCOV V7TO(TTa(T 

//OWTO yap TOIJ Tot^ot? ot KtWes, efco^ez; ^ez^ (TTpoyyuXot, T^ 8' 
TOW z^ew e^oyTe? TtTpaycavov' Kal TOV y&v /CTOS /xepovs 
rj TTpi(j>epLa TIOO&V etKoo-t, /ca^' ^y et? Ta Sia 
avOpviTivov tvapfjio&o-Oai a-co/xa, TO 8' ei/Toy TroScor 8a>8eKa. (4) 
8e o-Toaiz; TO /ae'ye^os Kat TO i/v^oj eauriop e^ovo-<Sz;, ei^ //er TW 
ea) /xepet T^ yiyavTonayjiav e7rotry(ravro yXu^atj Kat TO> /zeye^et Kat 
TO) KaXXet 8ta^>epov(rat9, ev 8e T<3 irpos 8vo-//a? T^/; aXaxriz; TTJJ 
Tpotas, e^ ^ TWZ> ^pcowz; tKa&Tov t8eti; etrrtz; otKetcos T^S Trepto-Tao-ecos 
0br]iJiiovpyri[Jivov. (5) ^ 8e Kal \i^vr\ KaT Kelvov TOV \povov 



a, TO 8e ftdOos etKoo-t Trryxaiz;* ets ^v 7fayo^v(^v vba.T<t>v 

7rX.rj0o$ l%6va)v ev avTy Trot^aat TravTOivv els Ta? 8?7juioo-ta9 
eo-Ttcio-et?, /ue^' <Sz; <rvvbiTpi(3ov KVKVOL Kat Ta>y aXXcoz/ opveav 
TrXrj^os, wo"Te joteyaXr]^ Tp\j/Lv Trapao'Keud^eti' TOIJ ^ecojuevot?. 
8?)Xot 8e Ti)y Tpv<fyi]v OVT&V Kat ^ TroXvTe'Xeta Tail' /xz^^jotetcoz/, a 
/utev TO?? a^X^Tat? tTTTrots KaTeo"Kevao"ar, Tti/a 8e Tots VTTO T<3z; 
Kat iratbwv ev OIKCO Tpe^o/ixeVot? opviOapiois, a Tt/xatos 
^rjo-t jue'xpt TOU Ka0' kavTov fiiov 
Cf. above 115. 



140-152.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 343 

Selinus : the Apollonian. 

150. /. G. A. 515: 

At]d roy 0edy ro'[o-] VLKOVTL rot 2eAtz>oV[rtor 
6*t]d TOV Ata znK[o]jxey Kat 8ta ror <&6(3ov [KCLL 
6"[td] 'EpaKAea K[a]i 8t' 'ATro'AAora Kat 6"ta [Flor- 
c[t8a]^a Kat 6"t[d] Tw8apt'8ay Kat 6t' 'A^[a- 
z>[a]ay Kat 6ta MaXotyopov Kat 8ta ITao-tfK- 
pd[r\iav Kat 5t[a r]os aAXos 0oj, [5]ta 6[e] Ata 
jmd[A]tor[a]. ^tAtfas] 8c ye^o/xeVas ^[p]i)(r- 
eo[?] cA^fo-aJi'Ta^, ra 5* oz/jv/xara raCra KoA- 
a\/^arr[a9 s ro 'A-TrJofAAjoVto^ 
z/, ro Aio[s -7r/oo]ypa[\/rai;]rs' ro 8e 



Vs. 7 if. : 4>tAt[as] 8 
r]ow/xara raura KoAd\/raz;r[as es ro 'A7r]oA[A]oVtor Ka00 / /uez>, ro Ato[s 
5' eK]xpti;[at. Kat] es ro6e yjpvviov e^[eKoz/ra r]aAdz;roz; [So^/xer. 
Blass. 

General return of exiles throughout Sicily. 

151. Diod. xi. 76. 4 : TWrcoy 8e TtpayOivr&v ot Kara rr)y 

6uz^ao-retar CKTreTrrajKoVes CK T&V IbioDV TroAecoz; ^ovrS TOVS 
Karrj\0ov els ra? TrarptSas, Kat rous adtKO)? raj 
a(prjpr}{jivovs ttpa\ov 6K raii; 

5* ?fo-a^ FeAwot Kat 'AKpayavrlvoi. KOL *I/ixe/oatot. (5) 
8e rovrot? Kat 'Pr^ytrot /^tera ZayKAatcoz/ rovs 'Ai'a^tAou 7rat5as 
SwaoretWras K/3aAoVre? r)\vOep<*>a-av ra? TrarptSas. juerd Se 
ravra Kajjidpivav fJLV FeAwot KarotKiVarres ef &PXn s KdTK\r]pov- 
yj)(TOLv' at 8e Tro'Aets o-xe66^ cbrao-at Trpoj r^v KO.TaXv(n.v rutv 
t, Kat KOIVOV 8oyjtxa 7roti7(rd/>te^at5 Trpos roi)s Karot- 
v, Kat rovs ^>?;yd8as Kara8efa/xez>at roty 
dp^atots TToAtrats ray TrdAety a7re8ocray, roty 8e ^eroty roty 6td ray 
8wa(irtay dAAorptay ray Tro'Aeis e^ovcrt crvvc^prjaav ra kavT&v 
aTroKo/xtfetz; Kat KaroiKetz^ dira^ray ey rr; Mecro-^^ta. (6) at /xh; oSz; 
Kara 2tKeAta^ ev raty TrdAea-t o-rdo-ety Kat rapa)(at roSroz; roi/ 
TPOTTOV KCLTtXvOrjcrav, at 6e Tro'Aety ray aTraAAorptovy TroAtretay d-Tro- 
^3aAoi5(7at o-)(e8di; ctTraa-at ray t8ay \<6pa$ KarK\rjpov^r]a-av roty 
TroAtraty iiaa-iv. 

152. Thuc. vi. 5. 3. 



344 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. viu. 

Psaumis of Kamarina at Olympia. 01. 82. i = B.C. 452. 
Schol. Find. 01. v. 19. See above 9. 
153. Find. 01. iv inscr. : 



The Megarian territory retained by Syrakuse. 

154. Time. vi. 94. i. 

Katana attacked* by the Sikejs under Duketios. 

155. Diod. xi. 76. 3 : "A/aa 5e TOVTOLS Trparrojue'z/ot? AovKerto? 
v 6 T&V 2tKeA<3v riyeptoVj x a ^ 7r ^ s ex 60 " rots TTJV Kardvrjv 

bia TTJV a<t>atp(nv Trjs r&v 2tKeA.a>^ ytopas, eor/3aTewez> eir' 
8e /cat TO>^ ^vpaKOcricDv (TTpaTtvcrdvTtov tirl ri]v 
OVTOL jjiv KOLVTI KaTeKXrjpov^rjcrav TTJV ~^(apav KOL (rovs) 
ixfi 'lepcoyo? TOV bwdarov eTroAe'juioW avTiTayQevTtov 
be r&v ev rfj Kara^r/ Kat Aet^^eWwz; -TrXetoo-t jaa^ats, owot /xey 
efeTTeo'oi' eK Ti/9 Karats, Kat T^J; ySy ovcrav Atrvyv eKrrjcra^ro, 7T/)6 
ro^rov Ka\ov^vr]v "Ivrja-trav, ot 8' e 



156. Strab. vi. 2. 3 (268) : Mera 6e T^V TtXevT^v TOV 'l 

ot Karamtoi rovs re fvotitovs ^^a\ov KCU roz; rdtyov 
TOV TVpdvvov' ot 8e Atri;atot Tmpax&p'no'avTcs TT]V 
*\WY](rav Ka\ov}jiVTf]v Trjs Afovris 6pivr}v toKrjor.av KOL TTpoo-rjyopcvo-av 
TO x^ptoz; AlTvrjv bt,)(ov TTJS Kara^? (TTabiovs oyboriKovTa, Kat TOV 
' oiK.io-Tj]v aTTttyrjvav. VTr^pKetrat 8e /ma\i(rra TTJS KardVrj? 

Kat T&V Trept rovs KpaTrjpas iraO&v TrAetoroz; Kotz^covet K.r.A. 



Inessa A 

157. Thuc. iii.. 103. i ; vi. 94. 3. 

Diodoros uses the name Aitna. 

158. Diod. xiv. 7. 7 ; 14. 2 ; 58. 2. 

Science and Literature. 

Empedokles of Akragas. His birth and date, and 
teachers. 

159. Suidas : 'Efwre8oKA.7Js, MeVcozw ot b% 'Apxtw/aou, ot Se 
Eere'rov Kat abcX^bv eo^e KaAAtKpart8r/z;. ?}Kpoao-aro 8e irpcorou 

, OVTIVOS, a>s ^>r](rt Hoptyvpios fv 4>tXoo-o^)a> toropta, 



153-164.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 345 



eyeVero muSud ot 8e tyavav naOrjTr}v TrjAavyov? TOV Hv6ay6pov 



(f>V(TlKbs Kttl 

160. Arist. J/e. i. 3. 9. 984 an: 'Amfayo'pa? 8e 6 KAafo- 
/ue'zuos' TTJ /uez> TfAtKta Trpo'repos a>y rourou (rou 'E/nTreSoKAeovs), rot? 
6' epyots wrepo? K.r.A. 

161. Simpl. m P^T/s. p. 25.. 6, Y. 19 : Ot 8e rerrapaj (Xiyovcriv 

cos 'Eja-TreSoKA^s 6 'AKpayazmroj, ov TroAu KCLTOTTLV TOV 
yorw?, FlapjueytSou 8e fr]Aa)r?)s KCU 7rAr]o-tao-rr)s Kat 
ert /xaAAoz; ra)z> rTv^ayope^coi'. 

162. Olympiodor. Proleg. in Schol. ad Plat. Gorgiam (Sturz, 
Empedocles, p. 34) : 'ETTI rwi' avr&v \p6v(tiv qvav 6 fjitv ScoKparrys 7rt 
r^s of dAvjUTTiafios r<S ty r (Ze^. y') erer 6 6e 'E/x7re8oKA?js 6 Y]v0ayo- 
PZLOS, 6 5t8aa-KaAos Fopytoi;, e^ocrrya-e^ Trap' aww. djue'Aei Kat ypa(et 
6 Fopytaj irept $v<rea>9 avyypa^a OVK aKo/a^pr, TrJ < 7r6 / oAvjU7rta8t. 
wore KT]' ereo-tz^ 77 gAtyw TrAetoa-tr etz^at Trpwroz; (fort, irporepov) TOV 
ScoKparTjj;. aAAa>s re (fort. 8e) (f>rj(rlv tv r< 0eatT7]T<i> 6 ITAara)!;, 
ort z;o? a>v Kofjubr} tvtTvyov Tlapjjifvibrf 6Vri Traz^v TTpea-fivTrj . . . euros 
5e 6 YIapfj,vibr]s bibavKaXos eyeVero 'EjUTreSoKAeou?, rov 6t8ao*K({Aou 
Fopyfov. 

163. Eusebius (Sync. 484. 2) : 'E/x7re5oKA^s Kat TIapiJLVLbr)s 
(f)va-LKol (j)L\6o-o(f)OL yvo)piovTo. Hieron. 0^.. 8 1 . T : Empedocles 
et Parmenides fysici filosofi notissimi habentur. Vers. Arm. 
0^. 8 1. i : Empedocles et Parmenides physici philosophi 
cognoscebantur. 

164. Diog. Laert. viii. 51 : 'E/u7roKA?js 3 &s ^a-iv 'iTnrofioTos, 
MercDz^os yv vlbs TOV 'E/uiTredoKAe'ous, 'AKpayarri^os. TO 6' atro Kat 
Ttjuatoj Iz; rrj Tre^reKatdeKarry rwv t(rropt(3z;, fri(rr]fj.ov avbpa yeyo- 
z'ez^at roz; 'Ejut7re8oKAea roz^ Trdmrov TOV TTOL^TOV. dAAa Kal "EpjutTTTro? 
ra avra rovrw (frrjcriv. 6juoa>? Kat 'HpaKAetSr;? i> r<5 Trep! vovutv, 
ort Aa/X7rpas ?Jr otK^a? iTnroTpoQt] KOTOS TOV irdinrov. Aeyet 8e Kat 

ez/ rot? 'OAu/uTTiozuKats r^ Trpcorryz^ Kat 
vtviKrjKtvai TOV TOV Mercoz^os Trarepa, paprvpi 

'Aptoror^Aei. (52) 'A-jroAAoScopos 8' 6 ypaju^artKos er rots Xpoz>t- 
Kots (f)rj(nv ws 

'Hz; ftz^ M^rcaz^os vto'?, et? 8e 0ovptovs 
auroy z^ecoa-rt 7rayreAa>s 
6 FAouKOS eA^etz' >j](rl 



346 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 



Ol 8' lOTOpOWreS 0)9 TT<f)Vy(i)S OI 

els ras ^vpaKovaas joter' KLV<DV 
irpbs TOVS 'AOrjvaiovs - - ayvoelv 
reAeW e/xot boKOva-w rj yap ovKeY 771; 
r) TravreAws vTrepyeyrjpaKofo, oVep 
ov (fraCvtrai. 
' ApwroreATjs -yap avTov, ert 5' R/oaicAe&qs ef?JKoyra T>V 

tvai. 6 8e TT)I; Trp^Trjv KOL 

<i)$ KeAr/rt rovrou TT^TTTTOS i}i; ojotcoz^Ujuos, wo-^' a/xa Kal 
Xpovov VTTO TOV 'ATToAAoScopou (TTjjucuveo-flai. (53) 
8* 6 Ilu^ayo/oou Trats ez> rrj Trpos 4>tAoAaov 7rto-roArj </>r](rt roz; 
ea 'Ap^tvo/xov eT^at vtoz> (54) ^ Tt ^' ^ 'A-Kpayavrlvos CK 
, avros evap-^o^vo^ T&V KaOapfAtov 

ot ot juteya aorv Kara avOov ' 
teT* ai>' aKpa TroAev?. 
/cat ra JJLZV Trepl TOV yez/ovs avrov ra5e. aKoCo-at 8' avrbv YlvOayopov 
Tt/xatos 8ta r^s eVarTjs lo-ropei, A^ycor on Karayrcoo-^ety eirt Aoyo- 
a rore, Ka^a Kal riAemoy, rcoi' Aoycoz^ Ka)Xv6r] 
be Kal avTov HvOayopov \lyovra' 
*Hr 8e rts eV KctvoLo-iv avyp 
6s 5r) jUTJKtcrro^ Trpairibtov eKrTJo-aro 

ol 8e roi5ro ets Ylap^vibriv amov Aeyety ava(f)povTa. (55) 
Neai'^^? ort /xexpt 4>iAoAaou Kal 'E/x7re8oKAeov? CKOIVWVOVV ol 
YlvOayopiKol T&V Aoya>^. eTrel 8' avrds bia rfjs Trot^o-ecos 877- 
avr(i, vopov HOevro fJirfdcvl fxeraSwo-ei^ e-TTOTroia) . . . ru/os 
y avr&v jJKovvev 6 'EjotTreSoKAr^s, OVK etTre' rr^y yap Trept- 
irpbs Tr]\avyovs 7rioroAT)i> ort /meTeV^e^ ^TTTrao-ov Kal 
/IT] ti^at aftoTrto-roz;* 6 8e eo^pacrroj nap/xe^t8ov <^T](rl 
TJV avrbv yVo~6ai Kal ju.tp.rjrr^i' 2; rots -rroiTJ/uaoV Kal yap 

KIVOV V TT(TL TOV TTCpl <$)V<TtoS \6yOV 

8* o^ FlapjuiertSov, Hei'o^avous 8e yeyovtvai (^Aoorr^, a> Kal 

Kal fjufJiija-aarOai, TJ]V tTso-noiiav' va-Tepov be rot? flu^ayoptKots 
' 'AAKt8ajotas 8' ez> rcj) <^>ixrtKa) <f>r]o~l Kara rovs avrovs 
Xpovovs Zrivtova Kal 'E/ut7re8oKAea aKouo-at IIap/jieyt8ov, et^ wrepoz/ 
a770)(a)pr^crat, Kal rov juei' Z^coya Kar' t8taz/ (f)ihoo~o(f)TJo~aL, TOV 8' 
'Avafayopov 8taKo{5crat Kal Ov^ayo'poi;' Kal roC /utez; rr^ 
frjAaicrai roC re /3tou Kal ro or^jaaros, 

165. Diog. Laert. viii. 74: Ilept 8e rwr erwi; 'Apto-roreArjj 



165-168.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 347 



8ia</>eperai' 0ij(rl yap eKeivo? efr?Kovr J eraiv avrbv reAeurr}o-ar ol 

8' CVVea KCLL eKOTo'v. T/KjUttt^C 8f Kara rTJV reraprTJV Kal 6yborjKO(TTlJV 



See also below 191 ff. 

Empedokles as a democratic leader in Akragas. 
166. Ibid. 63 i ... AVTOVS 8e TOVTOVS rov? Kadapfjiovs fv 
'OAvjUTTia biappaty&bfjcrai Aeyerai KAeojaevTjv rov pa\/fa>8ov, a>? Kal 
4>a/3a>pivo? ei; a-Tro/a^/xorevjuiao-i. $770-! 8' avrdu xat 'ApiorortAr;? 
\v0pov yyovvai Kal Tfda-rjs ap-^rj^ a\\oTpLov, el y rr)f (3a<n- 
XZLCLV aura bibofjifvrjv iraprjTria'aTO, KaOdirep tzdvOos tv TOLS TTpl 
avrov Aeyei, rr]v AirorTjra S^Aorort ifXiov aya-TTTJo-a?. (64) ra 8' 
aira /ecu Tt/xato? etpr^Ke, TT)^ alriav a/oia Trapart^ejute^os rou brjjJiOTLKov 
tivai rov avftpa. (frrjcrl -yap on KXrjOels VTTO rtro? ra>i; ap\ovra)v Kal 
TTpofiaivovros TOV SctTT^ov o>s ro TtOTOV ovK t(re^)epero, ToSi' aAAcoj> 

6 8e 



eyerero, eyez/?}^ <n;//,7ro(ri'ap)(09, roi; KfKXrjKoros SrjAorort 

, 6s vTreypa^ero Tvpavvibos dp\^v' e/ceA.ewe yap ^ iriveiv rj 
rrjs xe^aA^?. rore /ue^ ow 6 J E/x7re8oKA^? rjcruxa(T' rrj 
8' va-Tfpaia tiarayaytov ets biKacrrripLov aTreWetve Kara8tKaa-as a/x^)o- 
repou?, rov r KA^ropa Kal rov (TDjUTroo-tap^ov. apx^j j^fv o^v avrw 
r^s TToAtreia? ^f8e. (65) TraAtv 8' 'A/cpoovos roi; tarpoi; TOTTOV 
alrovvros irapa rrjs fiov\fjs et? Karao-Kcvrjv Trarpwou jutvTJjuaro? 8ca 
r^v ev rots tarpots a/cpoV^ra, TrapeXOav 6 'EjUTreSoKArj? eKwAixre, ra 
r aAAa Trept ta-orryros StaAex^ets ^at rt Kal rotourov epcorTJa-as* " Tt 
eAeyetov ; ^ roro ; 
larpbv "AKpuv 'AKpayavrtvov Trarpos aicpov 

Kprjfjivds aKpos TTarptSos aKporar7]s." 
rtves 8e rov bevrcpov (rrlyov ovrco -Trpoc^epovrat, 

'AKporar?]? Kopvcfrfjs rvju^3o? aKpo? Kar\i. 
TOVTO rives 2t/xa)Vt8ov (pacrlv etvat. 

167. Plut. adv. <7oZo. 32 (m. 1126 B): 'E/unre8oKA^? 8^ 
rovs re Trpwrouj ra>v TroAtrwv v^Sptfovra? Kal 8ta(/>opowra? ra 



168. Diog. Laert. viii. 72: Neavflrj? 8' 6 KvfiKrjvo? 6 Kal Trepl 
rcSv riv0ayop6Ka)v CITTCOV <^rj(7t Mercovoj reAevrTjaavros rvpavvt8os 
ap)(r)v viro(f)ve(r6ai' etra rov 'EjuTreSoKAe'a 7reto-a6 rous 'AKpayavrtvovs 
jixev rwv crraa-ecov, to-oVr^ra 8e TroAirtKTjv 



348 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Oh. vm. 



He upsets the Government of the Thousand. 

169. Diog. Laert. viii. 66 : "To-rcpov 8 1 6 'E/uTreSoKATJs 1 Kal TO 
TU>V \i\ia)V aOpoLVjjia KareAutre (rweoTcbs em errj rpta, a>crre ov 
}ji6vov TJV T&V itXowrttov, dAAa KOI r&v ra 8?7juortKa fypovovvTtov. 
o yi rot Ttjuato? V rrj TTpcarr/ Kal Sevrepa, TroAXaKcs yap avrov 
fat, <$)j]<r\v tvavrlav yv&\M\v cayrjKevai avrov rfi TroAtreta 



He leaves Akvagas and goes finally to Peloponnesos, 
where he dies. 



170. Diog. Laert. viii. 66 : Ka0' bv 8e yjiovov 7re8?i/ute ' 

TTLCTTpO(j)7JS ^LOVTO TT\IOVOS, &(TT fJirfb^VOS TpOV 

tv rat? 6/xtAtat? Toa-avrrjv 00-971; J E/x7re8oKAeov?. (67) iVre- 

rou *AKpayarroj otKtfb//e'i>ov, avTt(TTr](rav avrov rrj 
ot rwz; cydp&v airoyovoi' 8toVep et? neAo7roW7]o-oi; a 

. ov TTa/oT/KC 8' ov5e roOroz/ 6 Tt/xcoi;, aAA* <58' avrou 



Kal 'E/xTreSoKA?)? ayopatwv 
eTreW' oo-a 5' Ho-Qcvf roo-<rd8e 
ap\S>v 09 bitOrjK dpx a ? eTTtSeueay dAAco^. 

171. /6^(i. 71 : Tovrotj 8' ez/avrtoSrat Tt/xato?, /5rjra>5 A^ya)^ a>? 
^\(apr]o-v et? neAoTJWprjo-ozJ /cat ro (ruroAo^ o^/c CTravijXQtV 
avrov Kat rr)z; reAevrTju dSryAo^ etrat. . . . (72) See below 194. 

Present at Thurioi. 
Diog. Laert. viii. 52. See above 164. 



s influence over the masses. 

172. Diog. Laert. viii. 73 ; v Ert re -rroAAd? r<Si> 7roAtri'8o>y 
airpoiKOVs vTiapyjovvas avrbv TrpotKitrat 8ta roz; irapovra 
8to 877 iroptyvpav r' avaXafieiv avrbv Kal aTpotyiov 
a>s 4>a/3ft)ptz;o9 e^ aTTOfjLvrnJiovcv^dTa^v Trpcora)' ert 
Kat o-re'fx,/jia AeA</>tKoV KO'JUHJ r 1 ?Jz/ avrw /3a0eta Kat TratSes CIKO'- 
Aou^ot. Kal airos del o-KvOptoirds e^* eros T}Z/ o-XTJ/xaros. rotoOro? 
8r) Trporjei, raiz; TroAtrwj; VTV^OVTO>V Kal rour' dftaxrdi'ra)^ otoi^et 



169-177.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 349 

173. Suidas 5 Ejut7reSoKA?/s : OVTOS 6 'EjU7re8oKA?js o-re'/xjua fyw 
tirl rrjs Ke$aAr)s yjpva-ovv, Kal d/xvicAas v rots Troa-t ^aAKas, Kat 
o-re'/tyiara AeA^tKa ez; rat? ^pcriv, errrjci ras iroAets, 8o'av wept 
avrov KaTci(T)(elv a>s wept 0eo{5 /3ovAoju,eros. 

174. Diog. Laert. viii. 62 = Emped. v. 397 : 

*O </>tAot, ot /xeya acrn; /cara avOov 'A.KpdyavTos 
tcr* av' a/cpa Tro'Aeu?, ayaQ&v jueAeSrjjuoyej epyooz;, 
alboioi At/xeVe?, KCLKOT^TOS aTretpot. 
' eya> 8* vpfJiLv Oeos aju^3poros, ov/ceri 
cra Tratrt Ten/uiez>os, uxnrcp eot/ca, 
ratrtats re Trepta-reTrros (rr^ecriv re 
a// evr' ay ?KO)jutat ej aorea 

1786 yu^at^t <re/3tbjuar ot 5' a//,' 

pOVTS OTTfJ TTpOS Kep6o? drapTTO 

ot juz; pavTovvvetov Ke^p7]/xeVot, ot 8' eTrt 
877 xa\7rfj(T 

TTV00VTO 



His liberality at Olympia. 



175. Ibid. 53 2arupos 8' ei> rots /3tots ^alv ort ' 
vto? /aez; ^y 'Efatverou, Kare'AtTre 8e xat avros vtoz^ 'Efa&eToy' CTT^ 
re r^j avrijs oAv/x7rta8os ro^ fiey tTnrw KeA?]rt vevLKrjKtvai, rbv 8' 
utov avroi; TraAfl ry, a>s 'Hpa/cAetSrj? er rrj eTTtro/ut//, 8po/xw. eyw 8' 
et;poz> ^ rots vTrofjLv^fJiaa-L 4>a/3a)ptVou ort Kal /Sow e#we rots flecopots 
6 'E/x7re8oKA^s eK //eAtros Kai dAc^trcoz; Kat a8eA^)6i/ eo-)(e KaAAi- 



176. Suidas: 'A^vatos . . . Kat 'E/x7re8oKA^s 6 ' 
Ilu^ayoptKos a>y Kat k^v^v aTrexo/xe^os, 'OAvja-Trta rtK7}a-as, ex 
At/3a^coroi} Kat cr^vpvf]s Kat rwr TroAvreAcoi' apco/jtarcor /3ow d^a7rAd(ras 
OteVet/xe rots ets r?)z; Travrjyvpiv 



His philosophical works. 

177. Diog. Laert. viii. 77 : Ta jutey ou*> wept (/wo-ecos awrw Kat ot 
flapjuot ets e7r?7 TZIVOWL 7rei'raKto"xtAta. 6 8e tarptKos Aoyos ets 
ry efaKoVta. Trept 8e ra>y rpaya>8t<3 
Suidas 'EutTreSoKATs. See below 187. 



350 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 



His Medicine and Magic. 

178. Diog. Laert. viii. 58 4>j<rl 8e Sarvpos ey rots /Stots ort 
/cat tarpds TIV /cat prjrcop aptcrros. . . . (59) rovroy (roy 'ATroAAo'- 
8a>po'y) c/>r/crty 6 2drvpos Aeyety cos avros Trapeti] rco *E/uiTre8oKAet 
yorjreiWrt. dAAa Kat avroy 8ta raw Troirjjudrcoy eTrayye'AAecrflat 
roOro' re Kat aAAa TrAetco, 5t' coy c^r^crt' 

<I>ap/^a/ca 8' ocrcra yeyacrt KOLKWV /cat y?}pao? aA/cap. 
J^cZ. 77. See above 177. Cf. Plin. JV. #. xxx. I. 9. 
Suidas 'Ejut7re8o/cA^j. See below 187. 

His Rhetoric. 

179. Diog. Laert. viii. 57 : 'Aptororc'Arj? 8' ez> rw 2oc/>to-r^ c/>r](rt 
TTP&TOV 'EjUTreSo/cAea prjroptK^ cvpelv, Zrjvava 8e StaAe/crt/c?}^. er 
8e rw Trept iroirjT&v <$)K]cr\v on Kat 'OjurjpiKos 6 'EjonreSoKA^? Kat 
8et^o? Trept rr)i> c/>paa-tz/ ye'yo^e, /merac^opiKO? r' coy Kat rot? aAAot? 
rots Trept TrotrjrtKTjy eTrtreuy/uacrt xpto^vos. (58) [See above 178.] 
FopytW yow rdy Aeoyrtyoy avrou ytvivOai jmaflrjrriy, avbpa i>TTp- 
\OVTCL fv prjroptKT/ Kat riyvr\v aTroAeAoiTrora* oy <j>r](Tiv 'ATroAAoScopoj 
ey XpovtKot? eyyea Trpos rots eKaroy err] fii&vai. 

180. Sext. Emp. adv. Dogm. i. 6: 'E/xTreSoKAe'a /aez; yap 6 
'Aptcrrore'Arjs c/>r/crt Trpcoroy prjroptK^z; KeKiznjKeVat, 77? arrtcrrpoc^oy 

rrjy 8taAeKrtK?]y . . . rTap/j,e2't8i]s 8e ovK t ay So^at r^s 8taAeK- 
aTre^pcos ^X et ^ fTretVep Trd*Atr 'Apto-roreA?;? roy yz/copt/xoy avroi; 



181. Diog. Laert. ix. 25: <I>T7<rt 8' 'Aptorore'Ar/s ey rw Soc/)tcrr^ 
evperrjy avroy (sciZ. roy Zrjycoya) yeyeVflat 8taAeKrtK^s, cocrTrep 



182. Quintil. /TIS^. Or. iii. 1.8: Nam primus post eos, quos 
poetae tradiderunt, movisse aliqua circa rhetoricon Empedocles 
dicitur. 

O^er Forfcs. 

183. Diog. Laert. viii. 57 : Kat 8?) ('Aptcrrore'ATj? c/ujcuy) ort 
ypatyavTos avrov Kat aAAa TrotTJ/xara r?iy re rot) Ee'pov 8taj8ao-ty Kat 
Trpootfxtoy et? ATroAAtoya, rai;^ wrepoy Kare'Kavcrey abeXcfrrj TLS 
avrov rj Ovydrrjp, ws (faqa-iv *Iepcuyv//os, r6 /uey Trpoot/utoy aKoucra, 
ra 8e ITepcrtKa ftov\7] Cetera 8tci ro areAetcora etyat. (58) Ka06\ov 
8^ c/)7]crt Kat rpayco&tas auroy ypa\/rat Kat TroAirtKa' 'HpaKAet'Srj? 8' 6 



178-188.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 351 



TOV SapaTuWo? Irepou (j)Yj(rlv ?vai ras Tpaya>8tay. 'lepcoiwjutos be 
/cat TTTapaKovTa (f>r](TLv VTTVxr)Kvai 3 NedVflr/s 8e z>e'oz> 6Vra 

ra? Tpayutbias Kai atro? eTretra aiuats {VTzruxyKevaL. 
id. 77. See above 177. 

Stories of his miracles. 

184. Diog. Laert. viii. 60 : 4>77(rt 8"e Kat Tijuatos lv rfj oKra>Kat- 
ciTY) Kara -rroAAov? rpovovs redav^da-OaL TOV &v$pa. KOL -yap 

TTOT o-^)o8p<3y TTVV<rdvTwv a>? TOUS KCLpK 
ovovs K$apfjvai KOL CLVKOVS TTOitLcrOai Trept TOVS 
Kal rcis aKpcopetaj Steretve Trpo? ro cruAA.a/3etz> TO Tr 
8e, KaiXvaravefJiav K\rjOfjvai. f HpaK\ibr]s 8' e^ rw Trept voarav 
Kal TlawavLa v^rjyricraa-OaL avTov ra irepi TJ]V airvovv. r\v 5' 6 
HavcravLas, u>$ <}>ri(riv *Apt(rrt7r / 7roj Kat Sarupos, epw/ute^oy atiroi;, 
w 8^ Kat ra Trept ^vo-eco? Trpoo-Tre^w^Ker. (6l) . . . T^y yovv 
airvovv 6 'HpaKAetSrjy ^rjcrt TOLOVTOV rt eTz/at, a>s TPICLKOVTCL rjfjipas 
(TWTrjpeiv CITTVOVV Kat aa-(f)VKTOv TO (rcS/za* o^er Kat eTTrei; aiiToi; Kat 
larpbv Kal pavTiv, Aa/z/3a/;coi> ajua Kat aTro TOVTMV T&V vriyjuv. 
(62,) See above 174. 

185. Plut. adv. tfoZo*. 32 (^. 1126 B): T^ Te x <*P a >> ^- 
Aa^e^ aKapirias Kal \oifjiov, btaaQayas opovs aTTOTetxtVay, 8t' &v 6 
VOTOS els rb TreStor vTrepe^aAAe. 

186. Plut. de curios. I (Eth. 515 C): 'O oe QVO-IKOS ' 
SOKA^J opovs TLVCL bi.a(r(f)dya (3apvv Kat roo-wS/; KaTa TWV vreStW 
VOTOV fj.irveov(Tav e/x^pafa?, Aot/xoi; bo^v eKKAetcrat 

187. Suidas 'E/uTredoKAfj?: 'ETrfKArj^T] 6 Kat 

8ta T^ av*i*.ov TroAAoO 7n0fjLevov rfj 'AKpdyavTL efeAao-at avrov, 
bopas OVCDV irepiOevTa Trj -Tro'Aet. yeyore 8e TOWTOU jua^7]T7]s Fopytas 
6 pTJrcop 6 Aeo^Tti/oj. Kat <!ypa\l/ bC tir&v Trept 0vo-a>s TCOI' QVT&V 
/3t/3Ata y r . Kat eo-Ttr 7777 a>? Sta-xtAta. larpLKO. KaraXoydbyv, Kal 
aAAa TroAAa. 



raising of the dead woman. 
Diog. Laert. viii. 67, 69. See below 191. 



Sanitation of Selinus. 

188. Diog. Laert. viii. 70 : Ato'dcopoy 5' 6 'E$&rtoy Trept 'Az;at- 
fj.dvbpov ypd(f)(t)V (frrialv on TOVTOV e^AwKet, rpayiKov dovecot rvfyov 



352 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. VIII. 



KCU <Tfj,vriv avaXaft&v eo-07/ra. rots 5e 2eAtz/owrtots 

Aot/xou Sta ras 0,770 ro TrapaKet/xeWu Trorajutou Sno-coSta?, coo-re Kat 

ai/rovs </>0etpecr0at Kat ras ywatKas SuoTOKetz;, tirivofja-ai rov ' 

SoKAea Kal 8vo riz^as Trora/xous rco> o-weyyuy iTrayayety 

8a7raz;ats' Kal Kara/xifai^ra yXu/ca^at ra pe^ara. ourco 

roi; Aot/u-oi) Kat rwf SeAtuowrtcoz; tv<&yoviJi.V(&v Trore irapa rw 

rbv *E/x7re8oKAea* row? 8' efauao-raura? irpocrKvvelv Kat 
i Ka0a7repet ^e<u. Tavrr]v ovv OtXovra o"ta/3/3atcoo~at rr)z; 
ety ro 7r 



Coins of Selinus. 

189. Ofrv. MOITMO'AIAB^ Apollo and Artemis side by 
side in slow quadriga to left, the former discharging arrows 
from his bow. 

-Rev. $EAIIAO$ River-god Selinus, with short horns, 
holding patera and lustral branch, standing to left, sacrificing 
at an altar of Asklepios. Before the altar, a cock ; behind 
Selinus, on a pedestal, the figure of a bull; above, in the 
field, selinon leaf. 

/R Tetradrachm. Wt. 1 7-43 grammes. 

[Brit. Mus. Cat., Sicily, Selinus no. 24.] 

190. Obv. $EAI\AO\ATIO\A Herakles to right contending 
with a bull ; with left, he holds its horn, in right he wields 
his club. 

Rev. HVxl'AS The river-god Hypsas, with short horns, 
holding patera and lustral branch, standing to left, sacrificing 
at an altar, round which a serpent twines. In field a marsh- 
bird walking away ; above, selinon leaf. 

/R Didrachm. Wt. 8.5 grammes. 

[Brit. Mus. Cat., Sicily, Selinus no. 34.] 

Stories of his Death. 

191. Diog. Laert. viii. 67 : ITept 8e rou Qavarov avrov bi.d<f)op6s 
6 Ao'yo?. 'HpaKAeufy? JJLCV yap ra -zrept rr/9 aitvov birjy^o-d- 

j cos ebod(r0r) 'E/xTreSoKAf/? aTTOOTet'Aas TTJV vKpav avOpairov 
tf)Tf]<T\v ort Qvcriav crvz/ereAet Trpos rw ITet(nai;a/cros aypw. 
8e rcoi^ 0tAcor Tivts, ev ols Kat riaua-a^ta?. (68) etra 



189-194.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 353 



//era TT]V evcaxtar ot ^ev aAAot xcopicrfleWes avenavovTO, ot juez; 1/776 
rots bevbpois a>s dypov TiapaK-ei^evov, ot 6' 07777 (BovXoLVTO, cards 5' 
ejjieivev eVt rou TOTTOU ec/>' ovirep KareKeKAtro. a>s 8' ^jtxepas yeznj- 
fleto-rjs eave(TTr]o-av, ov% evpeOr) fjiovos. (flTovpcvov be KCU raw 
O&cer&v avaK-pivo^evu^v Kat (JMJKT KOVTUV //TJ et^eWi, ets rt? e</>7} 



etr' e^avaaras ecopa/ceVcu ^)5? ovpdviov KOL AajuTraScoz; </>e'yyos, aAAo 
8e fjirjbev' r&v 5' eTrt r<5 ycvo/uub^i eKTrAayeVrco^ Kara/3as 6 Ilaucr- 
az^ta? TT[j,\l/ TWCLS r)Trj(rovTa$. vvrepov 6' C 

o-KCoz; evx^s afia av^eftr]K.lvai K.OL 

yzyovon 0(f. (69) "EpjaiTTTros 8e ^>^o-t YldvOtidv riva 
TTTjATrto-jueVr]^ i7rd TW^ larp&v OepaTTtvo-ai avrbv Kal 
8ta rovro TT)Z; 6v(riav eTrtreAet^* roi;s 8e /cAr/fleWas eti'at Trpos roi/s 
oyo?JKOz;Ta. 'iTTTro'^Soro? 8e (frrjcriv ^avaaravTa avrov wbevKevau a>s 
e?rt TT]^ Airrr;^ etra Tiapayevo^vov 7rt roi/s Kparijpas TOV nvpbs 
tvaXtcrdai KOI atyavia-Orjvai, (3ov\6fJLvov TTJV Trept avroO (frrHJjjv 
/3e/3cu<Scrcu ort yeyoVot ^eo's, varepov be yvtovOrjvai, avappnrL(r6eL(rr]$ 
avrov fjiias r&v Kprynfotov' ^aXKas yap eWLcrro viroelcr6ai. irpos 
rovQ* 6 TlavcravLas avreXeye. 

192. Suidas 'Ejut7re8oKA% : 7ret 8e yr^paio? eyevero, 
eppL\l/ev eavTov els Kparrjpa wpos, ware JUT) (fravfjvai, avrov TO 
Kat oi)Va)s aTrcoAero, ro{; vavbaXiov avrov eKfipacrOevTos VTTO TOV 

193. Suidas : 'A/xvKAat ... 6s eppi^rev eavTov vvKTap els TOVS 

TOV Pi.iTvo.iov irvpos, ws /UT) (fravrjvai, avTov TO o-<S/xa, rou 8e 



194. Diog. Laert. viii. 71 : ITpos 6e rw 'HpaKXeib-qv KOL e 
Trotetrat rr)i; avTipprjaw ev rrj rerapr^* 2vpaKO(rtoV T yap 
roz> ITeto-ta^aKTa Kat aypov OVK e\eiv ev 'AKpayarrf ITatKr- 
re jjivrjueiov av TreTroLrjKevai TOV ^tAov, rotovrou biaboOevTos 
Xoyov, r) ayaAfxartoV rt ^ O-TJKOV ola deov' Kat yap 7rAowioi> etz/at. 
" Hois ow, <f)rj(riv, els TOVS Kparrjpas r/Aaro <5z; a>s 
ovbe jjLveiav TTOTC TTfTrotr^rat ; (72) TeTeXevTrjKev ovv ev 
vr)o-<p. ovbev be irapdbo^ov Ta(f)ov avTov p.?) (fxitvearQai' /xr;8e yap 
aAAcoz; TroAAwr." rotaCra rti^a etTrwi; 6 Tt/xatos eiiifyepei' " 'AAAa 
bia TTCLVTOS e&TLv *HpaKAet8r]s rotoOros TrapaSo^oAo'yos, Kat K r^s 
o-eXrivrjs TreTrrcoKerat aV0pa>7Jw Xeyaiv." 'iTTTro^Soros 8e (frrjoriv ort 
a^8ptas eyKKaAvjutjueVos 'EjuiTreSoKAeovs eKeiTO irpoTepov fj.ev ev 
'AKpdyavTL, vo~Tepov be irpo TOV 'Pa)/xata)^ flovXevTrjptov a.KaXv(j)os 

A a 



354 THE WESTERN GREEKS. [Ch. vm. 



[8r/Xorort juerafleWo)^ aur6z; e/cet 'Pw/xatW]' ypaTrrat ptv yap etKo 
(avrov) ert Kat vvv -7repi0epoi>rat. 

195. Ibid. 73: "Yarepov 8e ((prjcrlv avrov Neaytfrj?) 5id* 
itavriyvpiv Tropevofjievov kii djuaf^j a>? ets Mea-o-TJ^Tjz; TT<TIV Kat 
fjirjpbv KXaVar voo-rjo-avra 8' CK rovrou re/Vew?jo-ai erwi; 7rra 
l/36o/x,rJKOz;ra. et^at 8' avroC Kat ratyov ev Meyapotj. (74) 
5' 6 Tpotfrjzno? ei> rw Kara o-o<t0T<Si> ^3t^3Atw (p^crlv CLVTOV 



a\lfdjj,vov fipo\ov alirvv d^ 

avytv aTTOKpefjidcrai, \l/vxr}V 8' "At'8o0-e 

V be rw irpoipriiJivi!) Tr^XavyoD? eTTtcrroXta) Xcyerat avrbv ety 

rar v-rro yrjpcos oAto-^oVra reXeur?ja-at. Kat raura /xh; Trept rou 

davdrov Kat rocraura. 

Sicilian Rhetoric. 
Aptness of the Sicilians for this art. 

196. Find. Pyth. i. 42 (81) : 

Kat cro0ot Kat X 6 / 30 ^ jSiarat 'TreptyXcocra'Ot T* <pvv. 

197. Schol. cwZ /oc. : v Ayar ei/yXcoo-o-ot Kat dwarot Kara ro 



198. Cf. Plat. Gron/. 493 A ; Cic. in Verr. iii. 8. 20 ; iv. 
43. 95 ; v. 28. 71 ; div. in Caec. 9. 28 ; de Orat. ii. 54. 217 ; 
69. 278, 280; Tusc. i. 8. 15. Quintil. Inst. Or. vi. 3. 41. 

Empedoldes and Sicilian Rhetoric. 
See above 179-182. 



199. Suidas : Fopyta?, Xap//a^rt8ou, Aeo^rt^oj, pryrajp, 
'E/uiTreSoKXeoi;?, 8t8a(7KaXoy FIwXou 'AKpayavrivov, Kat 
Kat 'lo-OKparov?, Kat 'AXKiSa/xarroy roS 'EXearou* o? atiroi; Kat rr) 
te^aro' aScX^o? 8e ^y rou larpov 
67rt rf/? TT' dXvjUTrtaSos Tidrjo-iv' dXXa 
Tpov avrov t/>at. ovro? -Trpairoy rai p^roptKco ei8et r^s TratSetas 

bvVCLfJLLV T fypaVTlK^V KOL T^Vf]V l8a)Ke, TpOTTOLS T KOt 

Kat dXXr^yoptats K.r.X. . . . 7rparre 8e rwi; /xa^r/raiz/ tKaaTov 
p'. e^Stco 8e er?] p^', Kat (rweypa\/faro TroXXa. 
Diog. Laert. viii. 58. See above 179. 



195-204.] THE WESTERN GREEKS. 355 

200. Quintil. Inst. Or. iii. I. 8: Artium autem scriptores 
antiquissimi Corax et Tisias Siculi, quos insecutus est vi-r 
eiusdem insulae Gorgias Leontinus, Empedoclis, ut traditur, 
discipulus. (9) is beneficio longissimae aetatis (nam centum 
et novem vixit annos) cum multis simul floruit, ideoque et 
illorum, de quibus supra dixi, fait aemulus et ultra Socratem 
usque duravit. . . . (12) horum primi communes locos tractasse 
dicuntur Protagoras, Gorgias. Of. Cic. Brut. 12. 47. 

201. Paus. vi. 17. 8 : Ovros 6 TopyCas irarpos fjv Kapjuazm'6"oi>, 
Aeyerat be avaaruxravQai ^eXerrjv \6yuv irp&ros ^fjL\rjfjLevriv re e? 
CLTTCLV Kal es Xf]6r\v oXiyov belv rJKOV(rav av6p<&Trois. evboKtjjifjo'ai be 
Topyiav Xoyav eveKa ev re TTavrjyvpei rfj 'OAvjUTTtKTj (paal Kal 
a(j)LKOfJiVov Kara TTpo m ^Lav OJJLOV TWta Trap' 'AOrjvaCovs. Katrot 
aAAa re Tttrta? es Xoyovs (rrj veyKa.ro, Kal TnOav^rara rG>v Kad* 
avrov yvvaiKL SvpaKovo-iq \pr\naTu>v iypa\jfV afJifpLa-^rrja-LV' (9) 
aXAa ye Kivov re e? vXtov rijut^? d(/)tKero 6 Fopyia? irapa 'A6rj~ 
vaiois . . . fii&vai 6e er?; Topyiav TreWe fyavlv eTit rot? e/caroV. 

202. Philostr. Vit. Soph. i. 9. I (p. 208) : 2tKeAta Topyiav ev 

veyKev, ts ov avatyeptLv T/yco/zefla rr\v rGtv (TO^KTT&V 
, cSo-Trep e? Trare'pa . . . 6pfj.fjs re yap rots o-o^tarat? ?ypfe xat 
7rapabooXoyias Kal wev/oiaroj Kat rou ra /xeyaAa jueyaAoos e/)/x7]- 
vevew, d7roo-rao-e(o^ re Kat Trpocr/SoAaiz/, v$> &v o Aoyo? fjSitoV eauroO 
yiyverai Kat tro/Sapcorepo?, irepte^aAAero 8e Kat TTOL^TLKCL oVoj 
^Trep KO(rfjLov Kal o-e/x.i'orr/ro?. coj /txey ow Kat pacrra 
etp7]rat /i/ot Kara ap)(a? ro Aoyov, 6taAex^t? Se ' ' 
yr]pdo-KO)v et /xez^ VTTO r<3z/ -TroAAwz; fOav^da-dT], OUTTCO Oavpa, 6 8e, 
ot/oiat, Kat TGI;? eAAoytjucorarouy di;r]pr?ia-aro, Kpiriav fjiv Kal 'AAKt- 
fiidbrjv vea> ovrc, QovKvbtbriv be Kal HepLK\ea TJbr] yqpdcrKovTC. Kal 
'Ayd6(*)V be 6 rrj? rpaycoStas Trotr^r^? . . . -rroAAaxoC raiz; 
yopyici{t ... (3, p. 209) Ae*yerat $e o Fopytaj e? OKra> Kat e 
eXdaas err] pi] KaraXv&r}vai TO (rw/xa VTTO rov y?}pa)y, dAA' aprtos 
Kara/3twz/at Kat raj atV^rJo-et? fjfl&v. 

203. Cf. Arist. .Rfofc iii. i. 9. 1404 a 25 ; Cic. 0? i ai. 52. 175 ; 
Dion. Hal. de Thuc. 24. 4 = de Us qu. Th. propr. sunt 2. 5. 

Korax and Tisias. 

204. Cicero Brutus 12. 46 : Itaque ait Aristoteles, quum, 
sublatis in Sicilia tyrannis, res privatae longo intervallo 

A a2 



356 THE WESTERN GREEKS. 

iudiciis repeterentur, turn primum, quod esset acuta ilia gens 
et controversa natura, artem et praecepta Siculos Coracem et 
Tisian conscripsisse. 

Quintil. Inst. Or. iii. i. 8. See above 200. 

205. Ibid. ii. 17. 7 : Doctores artis sero iam et circa Tisian 
et Coraca primum repertos. 

206. Cf. Plat. Phaedr. 273 A ; Ar. Rhet. ii. 24. u. 1402 a 17 ; 
Soph. EL 33. 15. 183 b 31 ; [Ar.] Rhet. ad Alex. Intr. 1421 b 2 ; 
Isocr. 13 contr. Soph. 19 (ta') ; Paus. vi. 17. 8 (above 201); 
Cic. de Inv. ii. 2. 6. 

Stories of Korax 1 subtilty. 

207. Sext. Emp. Math. ii. 96. Proleg. in Herm. 5. 6 (Walz, 
Rhet. Gr. iv. p. n). 



ADDENDA 



Chap. iii. 304. Astakos. 

303 a. Diod. xii. 34. 5 (apxovros 'Azmox^ov)' "A/xa 8e 

evois KTHTav ol 'AOrjvoioi TroAiz; ez> rrj 
fjLafofjifvrjv Aerator (kptiravov Cobet^ 'AoraKoz/ Niese). 

303 b. Memnon, .Pr. 20 (F.H.G. iii. p. 536) : Tr)z; ' 



TT10(TIS TTapCL T T&V OfJLOpOVVTtoV VTTO<TTaCTa KOL 

pv\toQ&o'Q'> ' AOrjvcLitov avrrjv juiero Meyapeas 
KOTGDV, %\r) re rG>z/ (rvjjityop&v Kal tnl /txeya 80^9 /cat Zo^os eyevero, 

TrjvLKavra TJJV TZiQvv&v apyT\ v fypirros' ov 
Bore^/oa?, f?}(ra9 ^ KCU o' Ir?;. 
See ToepfFer in Hermes, 1896, p. 124 ff. 



LIST OF ATHENIAN AECHONS 



01 


B.C. 




74-4 
75-i 


481/80 
480/79 


Hypsichides 
Kalliades 


2 


479/78 


Xanthippos 


3 


478/77 


Timosthenes 


4 


477/76 


Adeimantos 


76.1 


476/75 


Phaidon 


2 


475/74 


Dromokleides 


3 


474/73 


Akestorides 


4 


473/72 


Menon 


77-1 


472/71 


Chares 


2 

3 


471/70 
470/69 


Praxiergos 
Demotion 


4 


469/68 


Apsephion 


7 8.i 


468/67 


Theagenides 


2 


467/66 


Lysistratos 


3 


466/65 


Lysanias 


4 


465/64 


Lysitheos 


79. i 


464/63 


Archedemides 


2 


463/62 


Tlepolemos 


3 


462/61 


Konon 


80. i 


461/60 
460/59 


Euthippos 
Phrasikleides 


2 


459/58 


Philokles 


3 


458/57 


Habron 


4 


457/56 


Mnesitheides 


81. i 


456/55 


Kallias 


2 


455/54 


Sosistratos 


3 


454/53 


Ariston 



[Ar.] Eesp. Ath. 22. 8. 

Hdt. 8. 51. Dion. Hal.ix. i. Diog. La. ii. 7. 

Marm. Par. 51. Diod. xi. I. 
Diod. xi. 27. Marm. Par. 52. 3av6nnridr)s 

Plut. Ar. 5. 

Marm. Par. 53. Diod. xi. 38. 
Marm. Par. 54. Diod. xi. 41. Plut. Them. 5. 
Diod. xi. 48. Dion. Hal. ix. 18. Plut. Thes. 36. 

Schol. Aeschin. 2. 34. 
Diod. xi. 50. 
Diod. xi. 51. 

Diod. xi. 52. Argum. Aesch. Pers. 
Marm. Par. 55. Diod. xi. 53. 
Diod. xi. 54. 
Diod. xi. 60. 
Marm. Par. 56. Diog. La. ii. 44. 'Afpc^tW 

Plut. dm. 8. 3>aiW Diod. xi. 63. 
Marm. Par. 57. Diod. xi. 65. Dion. Hal. 

ix. 56. 

Diod. xi. 66. Avo-**/MuXos Diog. La. ii. ii. 
Diod. xi. 67. 
Diod. xi. 69. 
Diod. xi. 70. Dion. Hal. ix.6i. 'Ap^i/xi^s- 

Paus. iv. 24. 5. 
Diod. xi. 71. 
Diod. xi. 74. 

Marm. Par. 58. Diod. xi. 75 (v. 1. Evimros). 
Diod. xi. 77. $pa<riK\ris Plut. X Or. Lys. 

835 C. 

Diod. xi. 78. Plut. X Or. Lys. 835 C. 
'E<p. 'Apx- 1886. 267. 'A/3tW Thorn. Mag. 

Vit. Find. BtW Diod. xi. 79. 
Diod. xi. 81. Mvr)<ri6fos Schol. Ar. Ach. 10. 
Marm. Par. 59. Diod. xi. 84. Dion. Hal. 

x. 26. Schol. Aeschin. 2. 78. Schol. Ar. 

Ach. 10. 
Diod. xi. 85. 
Diod. xi. 86. 



LIST OF ATHENIAN ARCHONS. 



359 



01. 


B. C. 






8i. 4 


453/52 


Lysikrates 


Diod. xi. 88. Schol. Aeschin. 2. 34. 


82. i 


452/51 


Chairephanes 


Dion. Hal. x. 53. 


2 


45!/5 


Antidotos 


Diod. xi. 91. 


3 


450/49 


Euthynos 


C I. A. iv. 22 a. Ev6v8r)iJ.os Diod. xii. 3. 


4 


449/48 


Pedieus 


Diod. xii. 4. 


83-1 


448/47 


Philiskos 


Diod. xii. 5. Dion. Hal. x. 61, xi. i. 


2 


447/46 


Timarchides 


Diod. xii. 6. 


3 


446/45 


Kallimachos 


Diod. xii. 7. 


4 


445/44 


Lysimachides 


Diod. xii. 22. 


84.1 


444/43 


Praxiteles 


Diod. xii. 23. Plut. X Or. Lys. 835 D. 


2 


443/42 


Lysanias 


Diod. xii. 24. 


3 


442/41 


Diphilos 


Marm. Par. 60. Diod. xii. 26. Dion. Hal. 








xi. 62. 


4 


441/40 


TimoMes 


Diod. xii. 27. 


85.1 


440/39 


Mory chides 


Schol. Ar. Ach. 67. Mvpixlfys Diod. xii. 29. 


2 


439/38 


Glaukinos 


Schol. Ar. Ach. 67. T\avKi8r)s Diod. xii. 30. 


3 


438/37 


Theodoros 


Diod. xii. 31. Schol. Ar. Ach. 67. UvQodvpos 








Schol. Ar. Pac. 605. 


4 


437/36 


Euthymenes 


C.I. A. i. 314. Ar. Ach. 67 et Schol. Diod. 








xii. 32. Schol. Aeschin. 2. 34. Harpocr. 








TrpoTTvAcua. Suidas. 


86. i 


436/35 


Lysimachos 


Dion. Hal. Isocr. i. Plut. X Or. Isocr. 836 F. 








Diog. La. iii. 3. Navo-i^a^os- Diod. xii. 33. 


2 


435/34 


Antiochides 


Diod. xii. 34. 


3 


434/33 


Krates 


C. I. A. i. 283. 301. Xdprjs Diod. xii. 35. 


4 


433/32 


Apseudes 


C. I. A. i. 33. 179. 283. Diod. xii. 36. 


87.1 


432/31 


Pythodoros 


C.I. A. iv. 1 79 a. Thuc. ii. 2. Diod. xii. 37. 


2 


431/30 


Euthydemos 


Diod. xii. 38. Athen. v. 217 A. 


3 


430/29 


Apollodoros 


Diod. xii. 43. 


4 


429/28 


Epameinon 


C.I. A. i. 195. Athen. v. 217 E. 'Apeiixov 








Argum.Eur. Hipp. 'Enanivwvdas Diod. 








xii. 46. 'Apetvias Diog. La. iii. 3. 


88.1 


428/27 


Diotimos 


Diod. xii. 49. 


2 


427/26 


Eukles 


C. I. A. iv. 179 a. Arist. Meteor, i. 6. Phot. 








et Suid. 2a/uo)i/ 6 ST^OS. Schol. Ar. 








Vesp. 240. EvKheifys Diod. xii. 53. Schol. 








Ar. Eq. 237. 


3 


426/25 


Euthynos 


C. I. A. i. 273. Ev0v8rjfj.os Diod. xii. 58. 








Athen. v. 2 1 8 B. EvOvfjLevrjs Arg. Ar. Ach. 


4 


425/24 


Stratokles 


C. I. A. i. 273. Diod. xii. 60. Schol. Ar. 








Nub. 584. Strab. viii. 359. Argum. Ar. 








Eq. 2. 


89. i 


424/23 


Isarchos 


C. I. A. i. 273 ; iv. 179 a. Diod. xii. 65. Athen. 








v. 21 8 D. 


2 


423/22 


Amynias 


C. I. A. i. 273. 'Apeivlas Diod. xii. 72. Athen. 








v. 218 D. 


3 


422/21 


Alkaios 


Thuc. v. 19. 25. Diod. xii. 73. Schol. 








Aeschin. 2. 34. Athen. v. 218 D. 


4 


421/20 


Aristion 


C.I. A. i. 45. 46. 260. 318. Athen. v. 216 D, 








F. 218 D. 'Apiorcoj/ Diod. xii. 75. Schol. 








Aeschin. 2. 175. 


90.1 


420/19 


Astyphilos 


C. I. A. i. 3 1 8. Marm. Par. 6 1 . Diod. xii. 77. 








Athen. v. 218 D. 


2 


419/18 


Archias 


Diod. xii. 78. 


3 


418/17 


Antiphon 


C. I. A. i. 318. Diod. xii. 80. 


4 


417/16 


Euphemos 


Diod. xii. 81. Athen. v. 216 F. 217 B. 



3 6 



LIST OF ATHENIAN ARCHONS. 



OL 


B. C. 






91.1 


416/15 


Arimnestos 


Isae. vi. 41. 'Apio-ro/i^o-roy Diod. xii. 82. 


2 


415/14 


Chabrias 


Diod. xiii. 2. Arg. Ar. Av. i et 2. 


3 


414/13 


Tisandros 


Pher. ap. Marcell. Vit. Thuc. 2. UdcravSpos 








Diod. xiii. 7. 


4 


413/12 


Kleokritos 


Diod. xiii. 9. Plut. X Or. Lys. 835 E. Arg. 








Ar. Lys. 


92.1 


412/11 


Kallias 


Diod. xiii. 34. Dion. Hal. Lys. I. Plut. 








X Or. Lys. 835 E. Arg. Ar. Lys. 


2 


411/10 


Mnasilochos 


C.I. A. iv. 179 (p. 162). [Ar.] Resp.Ath. 33. i. 






(difJLTjVOv) 








Theopompos 


[Ar.] Eesp. Ath. 33. i. Diod. xiii. 38. Lys. 








xxi. i. 


3 


410/09 


Glaukippos 


C. I. A. i. 58. 59. 188. Diod. xiii. 43. Lys. 








xxi. i. Dion. Hal. Lys. 21. Schol. Ar. 








Plut. 972. 


4 


409/08 


Diokles 


C. I. A. i. 61. 322. Diod. xiii. 54. Lys. xxi. 2. 








Plut. X Or. deer. 851 E. 



INDEX AUCTORUM 



[NOTE. In the case of the minor authorities, this list may be supplemented by 
the General Index.] 



AELIANUS 
Varia Historia (ed. Hercher). 

II. 9 in. 252 

43 vi. 78 

III. 17 vi. 79 

IV. 15 vm. 88 

V. 10 in. 158 

VI. 7 vn. 69 

10 v. 119 

II VIII. 28 

VII. 14 in. 241 

IX. i vm. 87 

X. 17 vi. 59 

XI. 9 vi. 80 

XII. 25 vm. 86 

XIII. 3 in. 5 

24 V. 120 

37 viii. 29 

39 vi. 8 1 

AENEAS 

Tactica (ed. Hug). 

XI. 8 vii. 20 

AESCHINES 

Orationes (ed. Franke, 1887). 
Scholia (ed. Dindorf, 1852). 

Or. i. in Timarchum, 119 . v. 149 
2. de falsa legatione : 

Schol. 34 (p. 48) . . in. 278 

75 .... in. 116 

Schol. 78 (p. 55). . 111.117 

172, 173 -.. iv. 47 



Aeschines (continued} : 

3. in Ctesiphontem, 13 . v. 37 

171 in. 298 

183-185 .... in. 20 
258 1-45 

AESCHYLUS 

Tragoediae, Vita, Scholia (ed. Weck- 
lein, 1885). Fragmenta (Nauck, Tr. 
Gr. Fr.}. 

Aetnaei vni. 48 



Agamemnon, Hypoth. 

Eumenides, 287-291 . 

864 . . 



in. 71 

. m. 73 

. in. 72 

PrometheusVinctus, 379-388 . vm. 73 

Fragm. 167 v. 30 

Vita (p. 468) vm. 78 

Schol. Med. in P. V. 384 . . vm. 74 



ALEXIS SAMITJS 

(Mtiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.}. 

Fr. i (iv. p. 299) m. 265 

ANDOCIDES 

(ed. Blass). 

Or. i. de Mysteriis, 45 ... IV. 39 

78 ... v. 177 

79 ... v. 153 
93 v - !5 2 

133. 134 .-. v. 150 



362 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



Andocides (continued) : 

3. de Pace, 3 in. 112 

4 . . in. 148 ; iv. 46 

5 . . . iv. 46 ; v. 8 

6 . . m. 230 ; iv. 53 

7 iv. 53 

9 in. 289 

37-39 r - 30 

38 .... i. 49, 103 

4. in Alcibiadem, n . . . I. 46 

18 . . i. 185 

ANDKOTION 

(Miiller, Fragm. Hit. Gr.}. 

Fr. 27 (i. p. 373) m. 280 

Fr. 44 a (iv. p. 645) . . . in. 249 

ANTHOLOGIA PALATINE 

(ed. Diibner\ 

VI. 214 vm. 26 

VII. 40 vin. 79 

296 in. 54 

ANTIPHON 

(ed. Blass). 

V. de caede Herodis, 17 . 
29 . 

47 
68 . 
78 . 

Fragmenta, III. 13. . . 

VIII. 23 ... 

XI. 37- 

XV. 49 ,* 5 o. 

52. .. 

55 
56. .. 



i. 181 
i. 1 80 

i. 173 

v. 88 

i. 193 

1-85 

i. 163 

iv. 48 

1.84 

1.90 

! 94 



ARCHAOLOGISCHE ZEITUNG. 
1879, P- J 49> n. 299. . . . in. 376 

AELIUS ARISTIDES 

(ed. Dindorf). 
13. UavadrjvaiKGS : 

(Jebb, p. 152), D. i. p. 247 . m. 137 

,, 156 255 . in. 98 

157 >, 256 . in. 108 

170 280 . i. 36 



Aelius Aristides (continued') : 

46. "fnp TUV TTTapQJV '. 

(Jebb, p. 156), D. ii. p. 209 . in. 53 

241 315 . m. 32 

243 318 . VI. 37 
Schol. in 41 : 

(Jebb, p. 118), D. iii.p. 446 . vi. 77 

135 485 . in. 249 

158 528 . in. 105 

241 688 . in. 33 

49. Hfpl TOV Trapa(pOjfJ.aTos : 

(Jebb, p. 380), D. ii. p. 512 . m. 53 

ARISTODEMUS 

(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Or. vol. v). 



IV. (p. 7) 



i. 10 ; vi. 3 



V. 1-4 (p. 7) iv. 7 

VI. (p. 9) vi. 4, 33 

VII. (p. 10) . . . . i. 23, 41, 51 

VIII. (p. 10) vi. 5 

IX. (p. 12) I. 4 

X. (p. 12) vi. 33 

XL (p. 13) . . 111.47, 139; vi. 34 

XII. (p. 14) 111.97 

XIII. (p. 15) in. 156 

(p. 16) in. 177 

XIV. (p. 1 6) in. 188 

XV. (p. 17) m. 119 

ARISTOPHANES 

Comoediae (ed. Dindorf). Fragm. 
(Kock, Com. Aft. Fragm.}. Scholia 
(ed. Diibner). 

Acharnenses, 159-163 . . . v. 112 

192, 193 I. 115 

Schol. 378 I. 89 

502-506 I. 87 

Schol. 504 I. 88 

524-527 vi. 149 

526-529 vi. 148 

530, 53i vi. 155 

Schol. 530 vi. 156 

544-546 v. 29 

548 iv. 26 

Schol. 548 iv. 26 

642 ...... i. 116 

723, 7 2 4 v - 4 

Aves, 521 in. 348 

Schol. 521 in. 348 

Schol. 556 m. 189 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



Aristophanes (continued) : 

Aves, Schol. 880 I. 48 

1022-1026 I. 162 

Schol. 1022 L 162 

1032 I. 166 

1050 I. 161 

1422-1425 I. 172 

I54 1 v. 158 

Schol. 1541 v. 98, 158 

Ecclesiazusae, 296-303 . . vi. 106 

303-3 1 7 v. 104 

Equites, 83, 84 VI. 51 

Schol. 84 vi. 8, 44 

255, 256 v. 102 

797-800 v. 103 

813, 814 iv. 9 

Schol. 814 iv. 9 

Schol. 815 iv. 17 

Schol. 855 vii. 22 

884 iv. 18 

Schol. 886 ...... iv. 1 8 

912-918 v. 13 

977 iv. 31 

Schol. 979 iv. 31 

1036-1040 ..... vi. 88 

1070-1072 i. 99 

Schol. 1070 i. ioo 

1358-1360 v. 193 

Lysistrata, 393, 394 ... I. 140 

1137-1144 vii. 70 

Schol. 1137-1144 . . . vii. 71 

^6^,211-213 m. 216 

Schol. 213 in. 216 

331 111.347 

Schol. 332 m. 347 

859 III. 212 

Schol. 859 in. 213 

Pax, 145 iv. 27 

Schol. 145 iv. 27 

605-609 vi. 127 

Schol. 605 . . . iv. 81 ; vi. 127 

639,640 I. 171 

Schol. 697 in. 244 

1019, 1020 in. 162 

1043-1047 in. 218 

Schol. 1047 in. 219 

Schol. 1176 i. 155 

Plutus, Schol. 627 . . . . in. 34 

Ranae, 139-141 v. 95 

Schol. 140 v. 95 

Schol. 1028 . . vin. 8 1 



Aristophanes (continued') : 

Vespae, Schol. 88 .... v. 101 

235-237 I- *54 

281-286 HI. 242 

Schol. 283 in. 243 

288-290 I. 170 

Schol. 300 ...... v. 99 

354> 355 m. 4 1 

682-685 v. 113 

Schol. 684 v. 100 

695 v. 159 

Schol. 695 v. 159 

707 i- 7i 

7i5-7 l8 * v. 122 

Schol. 718 v. 123 

724 v. 160 

Schol. 724 v. 160 

946948 vi. 98 

Schol. 947 vi. 99 

1406, 1407 v. 5 

Fragm. 64 (K. I. 408) . . . III. 250 



ABISTOTELES 

Animalium Historia : 

VI. 15.3 (569 b 9) . . . vi. 57 
Metaphysica : 

I. 3. 9 (984 a n). . . . vm. 160 
Poetica : 

V. 3 (1449 b 6) .... viii. 104 
Politico, : 

II. v. (8) i (1267 b 22) . IV. 37 
vi. (9) 2 (1269 a 36) . . vii. 80 
ix. (i 2) 3 (i 274 a 7) . . v. 71 

(1274 a 8) . . v. 97 

III. i. (i) 3 (1275 a 8) . . 1.187 
viii. (13) 4 (1284 a 38) . in. 264 

IV (VII). 

xiii. (14) 13 (i333 b 2 9) VI - J 7 

VII (VI). 

i. (2) 8 (1317 bi8) . . v. 139 

ii. (4) i, 2 (I3i8b6) . . vn. 47 

iv. (.7) 3 OS 21 a 13) v - 60 

VIII (V). 

i. (i) 5 (1301 b 19) . . vi. 16 

ii. (2) 4 (i302b 1 8) . . vn. 21 

. (3) 6 (1302 b 25) . . m. 1 10 

ii. (3) 7. 8 (i 303 a 3). vm. 69 

"(3)8(1303*6) . . vii. 1 6 

". (3) 10 (1303 a 31) . . in. 356 

ii. (3) ii (1303 a 38) . .viii. 148 



3 6 4 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



Aristoteles (continued?) : 
Polilica: VIII (V). 

ii. (3) 12 (1303 b 10). 

iii- (4) 5 (i3<M a 2I ) 

v. (6) 8 (1306 a 12) . 

vi. (7) 2 (i 307 a 2) . 

vi. (7) 9 (1307 b 20) . 
viii. (10) 14(1311 b34) 
viii. (10) 18 (1312 b 9). 

ix. (IT) 3 (1313 b n). 

ix. (12) 23 (1315 b 34) 
Rhetorica : 

I. viii. 4 (1365 b 31) . . 



V. 59 

v. 5 8 

vii. 34 

vi. 15 

i. 144 

in. 10 

viii. 142 

vni. 116 

VIII. 2 



v. 145 



ABBIANUS 

Anabasis Alexandri (ed. Diibner). 

VII. 17. 2 m. 6 

ATHENAEUS 

Deipnosophistae (ed. Kaibel). 
I. 3 D vm. 139 

II D V. 30 

29 P vi. 46 

V. 2l6 D II. 30 

2l8 D IT. 31 

VI. 231 F VIII. 23, 114 

232 A VIII. 114 

236 A VIII. I2O 

VIII. 328 c m. 254 

XII. 533 A vi. 75 

533 D vi. 47 

533 E m. 256 

535 E vi. 12 

536 A VI. 14 

XIII. 572 F in. 265 

5890 vi. 144 

603 E III. 248 

ATHENISCHE MITTHEIL- 

UNGEN 
des Kaiserlich Deutscken Archaeo- 

logischen Imtituts. 

VI. (1881) p. 104 . . . . vi. 57 a 
XXI. (1896) p. 22 . . . . vi. 54 

BEKKEK 

Anecdota Graeca. 

I. 190. 15 v. 161 

245- 33 i. 96 

246. 14 i. 83 



Bekker (continued} : 

I. 273. 33 I- 1^7 

275. 22 V. l6l 

291. 17 v. 168 

306. 7 v. 185 

43 6 - ! * *9 a 



BEKLINEK AKADEMIE 

der Wissenschaften. 
Abhandlungen. 

1876, 14 Dez. p. 43 . . . in. 260 
p. 67 . . . in. 261 

BBITISH MUSEUM 
Catalogue of Greek Coins. 

Ionia : Magnesia, i ... VI- 50 

Italy : Neapolis, i . . . . III. 383 

Sybaris, 28 .... m. 345 

31 .... m. 353 

Thurium, i . . . . ill. 354 

Pontus : Amisus, I .... III. 303 

Sicily: Agrigentum, 25 . . vm. 131 

Catana, 9 .... vm. 51 

Himera, 24 ... vm. 130 

Selinus, 24 . ... vm. 189 

34 .... vm. 190 

Guide to the Gold and Silver Coins 

of the Ancients. 
ii. C. 33 (PI. 17) vm. 12 

Greek Inscriptions. 
i iv. 106 

4 III. 221, 222 



886 



in. 287 



BULLETIN DE COBBESPON- 
DANCE HELLENIQUE 

XII. (1888) p. 142 . . . . v. 56 
XIV. (1890) p. 177 . . . . iv. 104 

CALLIMACHUS 

(Schneider, Callimachea, 1870-1873). 

Fr. 71 vm. 97 

77 vm. 91 

361 vm. 38 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



365 



CHAMAELEON PCXNTTICUS 
(ed. Koepke, 1856). 
Fr. ii m. 256 


Corpus, &c. 
I i* 


(continued} : 

. I. 128 ' III 32O 


20 


v. m6 


,0 




CICEKO 

de Amiciiia, 12. 42 . . . . VI. 38 
Srutus, 11.42,43 . . . . vi. 53 

12. 46 VIII. 204 


2Q 


III 222 


*y 

3.1 


III. 3.17 


32 . . 

37 


. . . . 1. 107; v. 155 
. i. 72 : in. 308 


08 


I *73 


de Legibus, II. 25. 64 . . . ill. 335 
de Officiis, III. u. 49 . . . vn. 12 
de Oratore, III. 34. 138 . vi. 96, 117 
de Eepublica, I. 16. 25 . . vi. 122 

CLEAKCHUS 
(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. (?r.). 


4 . . 
42 


. I. 74,86,114; III. 310 
III 272 


X 2 


III 273 






cc 


V 44 


*8 


V I3.I 


61 


V 7 


64 . . 


v. 51 


Fr. 35 (" 3*4) VI - J 44 

CLEMEN'S ALEXANDBINUS 
Stromateis, I. 353 .... vm. 109 

COLLITZ 

Sammlung der griech. DialeJct- 
Inschriften. 


68 . . 


v 169 


77 


V 2Q 


04 


v. s;2 


H7 


V IQO 






1*5 


V I7o 




III 260 


179 . . 

180, . . 


v. 186 
i. 106 


1156 vn. 41 


188 i. 109 
189 . . 


; in. 262 ; v. 199 ; vi. 85 
v. 187, 188 






194 . . 




COKNELITJS NEPOS 
Alcibiades, 2 VI. 133 


226 . 


IT. i 


227 


JI 2 


228 


II 3 






Anstides 2 3. ... 1. 42 


229 . . 
23O 


IJ - 4 

II. K. 


3 vi. 64, 67 
Cimon, 2 in. 19, 29, 44, 60, 68 ; iv. 59 
3 . m. 104, 147, 154; v. 84 
4 vi. 74 


231 


ii 6 






233 


ii 8 






Pausanias, 1-5 vi. 6 


234 


n - 9 


Thcmistocles i . in 324 


2 35 

23,6 


ii ii 


6 iv. 20 






6, 7 .... iv. n 
8-10 .... vi. 35 
Timotheus, i in. 259 


2 37 

23.8 


II 13 


2 30 


II IA 






2 III. l6l 


240 . . 


n. 15 

n-(T 


COKPUS I3STSCBIPTIONUM 
ATTICAKUM 

I. I. I2R 


241 . . 
242 


II 17 


243. 




244 


... . II 19 


241; 


.... ii 20 




247 


II 21 


II I. 127 


248 


II. 22 



3 66 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



Corpus, &c. (continued) : 

I. 249 Ii. 23 

250 n. 24 

251 n. 25 

252 . . ii. 26 

253 II- 27 

255 n. 28 

256 I. 78 

257 ! 77 

259 i. 104 ; m. 62 

260 i. 105 

266 i. 75, 76 

273 L Io8 

284 iv. 85 

285 iv. 86 

286 iv. 87 

288 iv. 88 

291 J v. 94 

294 iv. 95 

297 iv. 91 

298 iv. 74 

299 v. 180, 182 

3! iv- 84 

304 iv. 73 

309 iv. 7 8 

310 iv. 79 



3i5 iv- 72 

318 v. 191 

322 iv. 96 

339 IIL 3 12 

402 in. 38 

432 - - m. 24 

433 i"- 8o J v. 36 

434 1-138 

44 1 In - 95 

443 m - 292 

444 m - 2 93 

447 m 3 J 3 

5i7 v - *7 

519 IV - 35 

521 iv. 25 

II. ii i. 195 

17 A i. IJ 7 

50 v. 197 

61 v. 198 

86 i. 183 

416 v. 39 

546 i. 179 

562 v. 33 

793 v. 25 



Corpus, &c. (continued") : 

11-959 V. 21 

1675 III. 206 

IV. Pars i (suppl. to Vol. I) : 

i (p. 3) IV- Io6 

22 a (p. 6) i. 129 

22 b (p. 8) in. 124 

22k (p. 58) m. 327 

26 a (p. 140) .... iv. 104 

27 a (p. 10) i. 130 

2 7 b (P- 59) > -v. 132, 151 

29 (p. 12) III. 222 

38 a (p. 13) . . . . i. 102 169 

5 1 (p. 16) i. 159 

53 a (p. 67) .... v. 166 
6ia(p. 1 8) . 1. 139,152,182; v. 50 

94 (P- 22) v. 52 

96 (p. 22) I. 165 

179 fr. b (p. 32) .... v. 1 16 

235 (P- 7i) II- i 

2 39 (P- 72) n. H 

297 a (P. 37) iv. 89 

297 b (p. 37) iv. 9> 

441 (p. 107) m. 95 

521 a (p. i at) .... iv. 36 
Pars 2 (suppl. to Vol. II) : 

i b (p. i) v. 24 

n e (p. 7) v. 56 

1920 (p. 59) v. 7 



CORPUS INSCBIPTIONUM 
GBAECABUM 

(Boeckh, 1825, &c.). 
i. 25 . VII. 63 

CBATEBUS 
(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.\ 



Fr. 5 (ii. p. 619) 
12 (ii. p. 622) 



vi. 40 
in. 306 



CBATINUS 
(Kock, Com. Att. Fragm.'). 



Fr. 71 (i. p. 35) . 
300 (i. p. 100) . 
395 (i- P. "i) . 



. iv. loo 

iv. 51,52 

. III. 319 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



367 



CKITIAS 

(Muller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.}. 
Fr. 8 (ii. p. 70) ..... VI. 59 



CTESIAS 
(Ed. C. Muller). 
Persica, Ecloga 21, 22 . . 



29-31 
32-37 



in. 2 

in. 3 

in. 132 



AEATION APXAIOAOriKON 

V. (1889) p. 254 if. .... iv. 104 

DEMOSTHENES 
3. Olynthiacus, iii. 24 . . . I. 28, 59 

25 iv. 75 

7. de Halonneso, 9, n, 12, 13. I. 186 

9. in Philippum, iii. 23, 25 . I. 27 

14, de Sym moriis, 16 ... v. 10 

23 v. 16 

15. pro BJiodiorum liber tate, 29 in. 171 

19. de falsa Legatione, 273 . ill. 172 

20. in Leptinem, 19, 28 . . V. 9 

73 iv. 8 

115 vi. 71 

22. in Androtionem, 13 . . . iv. 7.7 

23. in Arisfocratem, 22 . . v. 78 

66 v. 79 

205 vi. 94 

209 i. 44 

24. in Timocratem, 96 . . . v. 154 

112 . v. 136 

154 v. 128 

32. adv. Zenothemin, Hyp. . I. 194 

r8 I. 194 

33. adv. Apaturium, i . . . I. 202 

34. adv. Phormionem, 37 . . iv. 28 

45 i- J 9 r > 

39. adv. Boeotum, 17 ... v. 32 

43. adv. Macartatum, 71 . . v. 173 

58. in Theocrinem, 48 . . . v. 172 

59. in Neaeram, 97, 98 . . vi. 10 

104 vi. 138 

Scholia in Demosthenem 

' ad Olynth. iii. 25 (p. 35. 17) . iv. 76 



DINARCHUS 

(ed. Blass). 
in Demosthenem, 71 . . . 



v. 3 8 



DIO CHRYSOSTOMUS 
XII. 55 p. 402 Reiske (242 



Emperius) 



vi. 126 



DIODORUS SICULUS 

(ed. Vogel). 

IV. 62. 4 iv. 65 

XI. 24. 4 vm. 10 

25. I, 2 VIII. 21 

2-5 vm. 115 

5 vm. 19 

26. i vm. 19 

1-3 vin. 10 

4-6 vm. 27 

7 vni. 21 

37- i-4 i. 7 

4, 5 i. 9 

38. 1-5, 7 vm. 32 

39 iv. 3 

4- i~4 iv. 3 

41, 42 iv. 15 

43 i-3 iv. 15 

44. 1-3 . . ... i. 12 

3, 4 vi. 2 

5, 6 i. 19 

6 VI. 2 

45 vi. 2 

46. 2-5 . . .... i. 19 

47- i-3 i. 38 

48. 2 .... vii. 9 ; vni. 63 

3-5 in- 34 1 

6-8 vni. 39 

49- i-4 vni. 43 

50 VII. 2 

51. i, 2 vm. 57 

52. 1-5 vui. 68 

53-1-5 vm. 128 

54- i vii. 35 

2-5 vi. 28 

55- i, 3-8 vi. 28 

56-58 vi. 28 

59- !-3 vi. 28 

4 vni. 65 

60. i, 2 iii. 16 

2 III. 28 

3-7 III. 46 

61 in. 46 

62. 1-3 in. 46 

63. 1-7 vii. 67 

64. 1-4 vii. 67 



3 68 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



Diodorus Siculus (continued} : 

XI. 65. 1-5 vn. 23 

66. 1-3 viii. 132 

4 vni. 140 

67. i viii. 144 

2, 3 viii. 30 

3, 4 viii. 119 

5-8 viii. 144 

68 ........ viii. 144 

69. 1-5 in. 8 

70. i in. 58 

1-3 in. 82 

3,4 1.68 

5 m - 6 4 

71. 1-6 m. 134 

7 2 . 73 vm. 146 

74- i-5 m - *35 

75- i-4 ni. 135 

76. I, 2 VIII. 147 

3 vm. 155 

4-6 vm. 151 

77- i-5 m - J 3 6 

6 v. 74 

78. I, 2 III. 78 

3,4 in - 8 3 

4 * "9 

79- J 2 m - 75 

3,4 m - 88 

4-6 in. 90 

80. 1-6 in. 92 

81,82 111.107 

83. I, 2 III. 107 

3,4 m - 122 

84. 1-8 m. 115 

85. i, 2 in. 126 

86. i ni. 144 

2 111.328 

88. 1-3 111.127 

3 111.288 

90- 3, 4 m - 342 

XII. 3. 1-4 in. I5 1 

4. i-3 m- 151 

4-6 111.169 

6 in. 151 

5- i, 2 111.205 

6. i, 2 111.194 

7. i in. 208, 225 

10. 2 ........ in. 343 

3-7 i n -34<5 

11. i-3 m-34 6 

3, 4 m - 366 



Diodorus Siculus (continued} : 

XII. 21. 3 I. 197 

22. i m. 357 

2 III. 2O9 

23. i 2 m. 375 

26. 2 III. 170, 226 

27, 28 III. 238 

3i> i ni. 305 

32- 3 m. 279 

34-5 Add. 303 a 

35- i-3 "I- 37 1 

36. 4 m. 37 8 

38. 2 i. 53 

3 vi. 134 

39- !, 2 iv. 93 

40- !, 2 i. 54 

5- 3, 4 in- 271 

54-3 i. 55 

68. i, 2 in. 65 

75- T 2 n. 32 

XIII. 2.6 v. 55 

21. 3 i. 56 

75- i vi. 19 

82 viii. 149 

97-6 v. 48 

106. i v. 49 

10 in. 361 

XV. 28. 3, 4 i. in 

29. 7, 8 i. in 

DIOGENES LAEBTIUS 

(ed. Cobet). 

II. 5. 19 vi. 114 

111.51-56 vm. 164 

53 vm. 175 

57 vm. 179, 183 

58 vm. 178, 179, 183 

60, 6 1 vm. 184 

62 . vm. 174 

63-65 vm. 166 

66 vm. 169, 170 

67 vm. 170, 191 

68, 69 vm. 191 

70 vm. 188 

71 vm. 171, 194 

72 vm. 168, 194 

73 vm. 172, 195 

74 vm. 165, 195 

77 vm. 177 

78 vm. 101 






INDEX AUCTORUM. 



3 6 9 



Diogenes Laertius (continued} : 

IX. 1 8 ........ viii. no 

25 ......... vin. 181 

50 ......... in. 37 

DIONYSITJS HALICABNAS- 

SENSIS 

Antiquitates Romanae (ed. Kiessling 
et Prou) : 

1-3 ......... i. 33 

X. 51 ....... in. 329 

54 ........ m. 330 

57 ........ in. 331 

XX. 7 ....... . vm. 133 

Lysias, i ....... in. 362 

DITTENBEBGEB 
Sylloge Inscriptionum, i . . . I. I 

4 ........ in.85 

5 ........ in. 287 

12 ........ m. 317 

13 ....... v. IS 2 , 151 

79 ........ I-178 

167 ........ vn. 51 

299 ........ v. 17 

337 ........ v - 7 

DT7BIS SAMIUS 

(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.}. 

Fr. 31 (ii. p. 477) .... vi. 12 

58 (ii. p. 482) .... vi. 145 

59 (ii. p. 483) .... in. 250 

EPHOBUS 

(Miiller, Fragm. ffist. Or.}. 
Fr. 47 (i. p. 246) .... i. 198 
98 (i. p. 261) .... vii. 31 
117(1. p. 265) .... 111.239 



EPICHABMTTS 

(ed. Lorenz). 



fr. 3 

r n\ovros fr. 2 



VIII. 56 
vin. 120 



EUPOLIS 

(Kock, Com. Att. Fragm.}. 

Fr. 94 (i. p. 281) .... vi. 156. 

154 (i.p. 299) .... 111.254 

232(1. p. 321) .... 1.48 

233 (i- P. 32i) .... i. 155 

240 (i. p. 322) .... I. 88 



EUSEBITJS 

Chronica (Schoene, 1866, 1875). 
Syncellus, 470. 5 iv. 19 

7 111-48 

17 in. 227 

471- 7 iv. 8 3 

478. 6, 8 in. i 

483. ii vm. 37 

13 vi. 39 

15 vm. 145 

16, 17 vi. 123 

484. 2 VIII. 163 

6 in. 337 

489. 14 vm. 76 

Chronicon PascJiale, 303. 8 . vi. 39 
Hieronymus, Olymp. 75. 2 . iv. 19 

4 vm. 37 

76. 2 vm. 37 

77-i vi. 39 

- 78. 3 vi. 39 

79-3 vm. 145 

79. 4 in. 48; vi. 123 

80. i vi. 123 

8 1. i vm. 163 

82. 2 in. 337 

83. 4 in. 227 

85. 2 iv. 83 

88. 3 vm. 76 

Versio Armeniaca, Olymp. 71. i iv. 19 

76.4 vm. 37 

77- 2 vi. 39 

78. 3 vi. 39 

79- 2 vm. 145 

3 vi. 123 

4 in. 48 

81. i vm. 163 

83. 2 III. 227 

85. i iv. 83 

EUSTATHIUS 

Commentarii ad Eomeri Ody steam (ed. 
Stallbaum) : 

P. 1405. 28 v. 107 

30 v. 115 

Vita Pindari (ed. Westeriuann) : 
26 vm. 83 

PBONTINUS 
Strategemata (ed. Gundermann). 

I. i. 10 iv. i o 

II. 9. 10 m. 50 



Bb 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



Ai<i fJLf 



GELLIUS 

Nodes Atticae (ed. Hertz). 

XV. 23. 2 in. 364 



GBIECHISCHE DIALEKT- 
INSCHBIFTEN 

See Collitz. 

HABPOCBATIO 

(ed. Dindorf). 

. . . III. 280 

. . . V. 164 

... 1.94 

... vi. 145 

. . . m. 181 

... iv. 34 

... iv. 48 

. . .1-90)97 

'Ek\avo8ltcai VII. 38 

... I. 163 

. . . iv. 41 

Kara STI/JIOVS SiKaaras . . . V. 136 

'M.CTot/eiov V. 171 

. . . V. 126 

' HI. 307 

TlapaXos V. 114 

... IV. 66 

... IV. 103 

... I. 189 

"Svvrjyopot I. 85 

$VVT\IS I. 93 

HELIiANICTJS 

(Miiller, Frag. Hist. Or.}. 
Fr.9o(i.p. 57) vii. 43 

HEBMES 

XXIV (1889) p. 85 fF. . . . m. 24 

p. 92 ff. . . . m. 206 

XXVI (i 891) p. 51 . . . iv. 104 

XXXI (1896) p. 137 ... v. 157 

p. 142 . . . n. 16 a 

HEBMOGENES 
(Walz, RJietores Graeci}. 

Prolegomena in Herm. 5 (iv. 

p. ii) vm. 121 



Vf^rjffis 



HESYCHIUS 

Lexicon (ed. Schmidt). 
'Aird ffVfJi&oXuv SiKafciv . . . 1.190 
EovXf/s AaxtV ..... V. 109 

Bpca ......... III. 319 

I. 82 

.. III. 355 
. . I- 1 99 



HICKS 

Greek Historical Inscriptions. 

10 in. 113 

12 I. I 

15 vm. 60 

17 vii. 85 

19 in. 80 ; v. 36 

20 in. 85 

21 III. 287 

22 in. 95 

23 1. 125 

24 II. I 

25 vm. 150 

28 i. 130 

29 111.317 

30 n. 12 

3i I- 184 

32 m. 376 

33 iv. 74 

34 v. 180, 182 

35 11-19 

37 i. 107; v. 155 

41 v. 186 

46 i. 1 08 

47 I- 72 ; m. 308 

5 1 v. 179 

53 i. 106 

73 i. 195 

Si I. 112 



JAHBBUCH 

des kaiserlich deutschen archaeolo- 
gischen Instituts. 

I. p. 1 80 i. i 

IAMBLICHTTS 

Vita Pythagorica (ed. Westermann) : 
XXXV. 264 m. 359 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



INSCBIPTIONES GBAECAE 
ANTIQUISSIMAE 

(ed. Roehl). 

26 a (p. 171) ..... in. 101 

32 ........ m. 113 

70 ........ i. i 

75 ........ vii. 85 

in ........ vii. 42 

112 ........ VII. 40 

113 c (p. 178) ..... vii. 41 

165 ........ vii. 68 

322 ........ i. 184 

500 ........ in. 287 

510 ........ vin. 60 

515 ........ vm. 150 

53 2 ........ vm. 137 

548 ........ 111.376 



ION 

(Mfiller, Fragm. Hist. 
Fr. i (ii. p. 46) 



in. 248 



JOURNAL OF HELLENIC 
STUDIES 



XIII (1893) p. 143 



iv. 24 



ISAEUS 

(ed. Scheibe). 
7. de Apollodori heredio, 38 . v. 1 1 

ISOCBATES 

(ed. Benseler-Blass). 

4. Panegyricus, 104-106 . . I. 146 

113 I. 176 

117, 118 in. 173 

120 .... ... HI. 174 

6. Archidamus, 99 .... vn. 56 

7. Areopagiticus, 17 . . . . i. 25 

65 I-I53 

66 iv. 23 

80 m. 175 

8. de Pace, 30 i. 26 

42 1. 26 

48 v. 19 

75, 76 i. 26 

86 111.67,138,157 

126 vi. 161 

Bb 



Isocrates (continued} : 

12. Panathenaicus, 52 . . . . i. 24 

54 I. 147 

56,57 1-29 

59 m. 176 

62, 63 i. 177 

15. de Permutatione, in . . in. 253 
234 1-58 

235 VI. 112 

16. de Eigis, 28 in. 202 

18. adv. Callimachum, 52, 54. . v. 76 
Scholia in Isocratem : 

Argum. Areop. (Dindorf, Sckol. in 

Aesch. et Isocr."), 
p. in v. 70 

JUSTINUS 
(ed. Ruehl). 

II. 15. . i. 13; 111.17; iv. 12; vi. 7 

III. i in. 9 

6 . i. 52; in. 77, 129; vn. 73 
7 in. 229 

IV. 2 VIII. 64 

IX. i i. 14 

XVI. 3 in. 301 

LEIPZIGEB STUDIEN 
1891 p. 413 v. 24 

LEXICON BHETOBICUM 
CANTABBIGIENSE 

(in app. Photii, ed. Person, 1822). 

Et<ra77eAta, p. 667. 12 . . . VI. 40 
No/iOKpuXa/ces, p. 674 .5. . V. 77, 125 

LIBANIUS 

(ed. Keiske). 
XV. (i. p. 464) vi. 48 

T. LIVIUS 
HI.31,32 Hi. 334 

LOEWY 

Inschriften griechischer Bildhauer. 
101 vii. 63 



372 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



LTJCIANTJS 

(ed. Jacobitz). 

Macrolii, 25 viii. 103 

26 viii. 98 

LYCOPHRON 

(ed. Kinkel). 
Cassandra, Tzetzes ad v. 417 . in. 21 

732-736 ni. 381 

Tzetzes ad loc in. 382 

LYCTJRGTJS 

(ed. Scheibe). 

in Leocratem, 72 . . . i. 31 ; in. 45 
73 m. 166 

LYSIAS 

(ed. Scheibe). 

2. Epitaphius, 48 .... in. 84 

55 i. 3 2 

3. adv. Simonem, 45 ... in. 195 

7. de Saepto, 2, 3 v. 80 

22. in Sitopolas, 16 v. 6 

27. in Epicratem, i . . . . v. 194 
30. in Nicomachum, 22 . . v. 148 
Fr. VII. 9 i. 97 



MARMOR PARITTM 

(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr. vol. i. 

P- 55o). 

5 2 (67) vm. 75 

53 (69) vm. 3 

54 (7) iv. 56 

56 (72) m. 36 

57 (72) vm. 96 

59 (74) vm. 80 

MEMNON 

(Mfiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.~). 
Fr. 20 (iii. p. 536) . . . Add. 303 b 

NUMISMATIC CHRONICLE 
1883, p. 164, PI. IX. i . . vm. 52 
1891, pp. 118, 119, PI. IV. 7 . m. 275 
1894, pp. 189 ff. PI. VI. . . vm. 12 



NYMPHIS HERACLEOTA 

(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr'.}. 
Fr. 15 (III. p. 15) .... vi. 14 

OLYMPIA 

(Bd. V, Imchriften}. 

2 VII. 40 

3 vii. 42 

7 vn. 41 

249 ......... vm. 60 

250 in. 113 

252 vii. 85 

253 iii. ioi 

254 "1.376 

267 viii. 137 

OLYMPIODORUS 

Prolegomena in Scholia ad Plat. Gor- 

ffiam (Sturz, Empedocles, p. 34) 

vm. 162 

PAROEMIOGRAPHI GRAECI 

(ed. Leutsch et Schneidewin). 
i- P- 44 1 111.257 



PAUSANIAS 

(ed. Schubart). 

Attica, i. 2 .... 

3 



. . . . vi. 55 

. . . . iv. 29 

8.5 iv. 55 

15- i-3 iv. 63 

17.2,3 iv. 69 

6 in. 30 

26. 4 vi. 56 

27. 5 . . . . 111.118,199,311 

28. 3 iv. 58 

29. 4, 5 nr. 69 

7 m. 94 

8 vn. 72 

9 ... m. 93 ; vii. 72 
16 i. 60 

II. Corinthiaca, 17. 5 . . . vn. 26 

25. 8 vn. 27 

III. Laconica, 3. 7 . . . . m. 31 
5. i vi. 20 

6 vn. 8 

7- 9> 10 vii. 7 

"7 vii. 53 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



373 



Pausanias (continued') : 

III. Laconica, 8 vn. 77 

14. i vi. 21 

17. 2 VI. 22 

7 VI. 22 

8 vi. ii 

IV. Messenlaca, 24. 5-7 . . vn. 66 
25 m. 130 

V. Eliaca i, 6. 4 vn. 87 

9-5>6 vn. 39 

10. 2 vn. 86, 91 

3 ....... vn. 90 

4 m. 100 

8 vii. 95 

11.5,6 vn. 96 

23- i> 2 1-5 

4 ni. 233 

24. 3 vir. 84 

6 . vm. 135 

26. 2-4 ...... vni. 136 

27. 1-3 vnr. 108 

7 vni. 108 

VI. Eliaca ii, 9. 4 . . . . vin. 7 

12. i vm. 5, 113 

17. 8, 9 vm. 201 

19. 7 . . . . . . . VIII. 22 

22. 4 vn. 88 

VII. Achaica, 25. 5, 6 . . . vn. 25 

VIII. Arcadica, 8. 9 ... m. 18 
27. i vn. 17 

4 1 - 9 IV - 99 

42. 8 vni. 4 

9, 10 vm. 112 

IX. Boeotica, 34. i . . . . ill. 200 

X. Phocica, 10. 4 . . . . vn. 62 

6 .... vm. 70 
n. 6 m. 86 

13-9 1-3 

10 vni. 71 

15-4 I"- S 2 

PHAEiNTAS EBESIUS 

(Muller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.~). 

Fr. 12 (ii. 297) vm. 23 

PHILOCHOBTTS 

(Muller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.}. 

Fr. 88 (i. p. 398) m. 189 

90 (i. p. 398) v. 123 

97 (i. p. 400) iv. 81 

141 & (i. p. 407) ... v. 77, 125 



PHILOSTKATUS 

(ed. Kayser). 
Vitae Sophistarum : 

i. 9. i (p. 208) vm. 202 

3 (p. 209) vm. 202 

PHOTIUS 

(ed. Naber). 

Qovpioft&j/Ttis III. 352 

Iir-noSa/jieia iv. 42 

.... IV. 43 
IV. 68 

Upvravfia v. 196 

2a/W 6 Srjfios III. 250 

Td 2a/W vTTOirrevfts . . . III. 251 

TfTpoojSoMfav v. 105 

App. Photii, ed. Person (vide Lexi- 
con EJietoricum Cantabrigiense). 

PINDABUS 

(ed. Christ). 

Olympia, I. 10-16 (16-22) . vm. 122 
II. 94-97 (154-158) vm. 92 

IV. inscr vm. 153 

VI. 92-95 (156-159). . .vm. 123 

XII. inscr. i, 2 (1-3) . . vni. 129 

Pythia, I. 19-28 (35-55) . . vm. 72 

29-33 (56-61) .... vm. 50 

42 (81) vm. 196 

46(88-90) vm. 125 

50-57(96-110). . . .vm. 126 

51 (98, 99) vm. 55 

58-65(111-125) . . . vm. 46 

7 I ~75 036-146) . vm. 58 

II. 17-20 (32-38) .... vm. 53 

52, 53 (96, 97) - vm. 93 

111.68-71(120-125) . . vni. 124 

Nemea, III. 80-82 (140-143). vm. 100 

IX. 28-30 (67-71) . . . vm. 17 

Isthmia, II. 6-n (9-18) . . vm. 90 

Fragm. 71 (ed. Boeckh) . . vm. 44 

SCHOLIA IN" PINDABUM 
(ed. Boeckh). 

In 01. I. inscr vm. 141 

II. inscr. ..... vm. 1 1 

8 vni. 40 

29 vm. 35, 38 

156 vm. 92 

173 vm. 41 



374 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



Scholia in Pindarum (continued} : 

In 01. III. 22 vii. 43 

V. 19 . . . . . . YIII. 9 

In Pyth. I. 81 vm. 197 

89 vm. 33 

96 vin. 127 

98 vm. 56 

112 vin. 20 

118, 120 . . . . vm. 47 
137 ..... vm. 59 

155 vra - 2 4 

II. 3 vm. 13 

34 vra. 54 

97 vm. 94 

VI. 4 vm. 42 

In Nem. III. 143 vm. 100 

IX. i vm. 49 

67 vm. 18 

95 vm. 36 

In Isthm. II. 9 vm. 91 

Vitae (ed. Westermann) . 

Vita Eustathii 26 (p. 91) . . vm. 83 
Vita Altera (p. 98) .... vm. 84 



PLATO 

Alcibiades I, 104 A . . 
112 c ...... 

118 c ...... 

118 D ...... 

119 A ...... 

Epiatolae, VII. 332 B . 
Gorgias, 455 D . . . 
Schol. ad loc ..... 



526 B ..... 

Laches, 180 c . . . . 
Leges, VI. 757 E . . . 
Menexenus, 235 E . . 
Schol. ad loc. . 

241 E ...... 

242 A ...... 

Meno, 93 D ..... 

94 A ...... 

94 ...... 

Phaedrus, 269 E . . . 

Protagoras, 3I4E . . 

320 A ...... 

Eespullica, VIII. 562 c 



VI. 



VT. 135 
m. 20 1 
vi. 119 
vi. 136 
vi. 125 

. 1.35 

iv. 50 

iv. 50 

. v. 96 

vi. 68 

vi. no 

v. 144 

vi. 142 

vi. 142 

III. 178 

III. 96 

vi. 58 

69, 131 

vi. 103 
vi. 118 
vi. 129 
vi. 137 

vi. 83 



PLINIUS SECUNDUS 

Naturalis Historia (ed. Detlefsen). 

VII. 56. 202 III. 255 

XVIII. 12. 65 m. 35 

XXXIV. 5. 21 111.332 

8. 87 vii. 94 

XXXV. 8.54 vii. 93 

PLUTABCHUS 
Vitae (ed. Sintenis). 

Agesilaus, 19 m. 198 

Alcibiades, I vi. 132 

15 v. 42 

17 Hi. 326 

30 i. 101 

Aristides, i . . . v. 142 ; vi. 108 

3 vi. 65 

4 vi. 60 

22 v. 62 ; vii. ii 

23 i. 21 ; vii. 4 

24 1-4 

25 I. 50 ; vi. 41, 66 

26,27 vi. 63 

Arist. c. Cat. comp., i . . . vi. 61 

Cimon, 4 . . . . iv. 62 ; vi. 139 

6 i. 22; vr. 9 

7 in- '3 

8 m. 14, 26 

9 1-15 

10 vi. 72 

ii i. 69 

12 m. 43 

13 .... m. 43, 160; iv. 49, 60 

H in. 23, 59 ; vi. 93 

15 v. 73, 82 

16 v. 82; vn. 65 

17 m. 102; vn. 65 

18 m. 145, 152 

19 in- 152, 159, 163 

Dion, 28 vm. 117 

Flamininus, 20 vi. 52 

Nicias, 2 vi. 101 

5 111.349; v. 54 

6 vi. 109 

10 v. 41 

Pericles, 3 vi. 86 

4 vi. 113, 116, 124 

5 vi. 152 

6 . vi. 1 20 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



375 



Plutarchus (continued] : 

Pericles, 7 . . v. 92 ; vi. 82, 89, 95 

8 vi. 102, 157 

9 -... v. 72, 83, 90 ; vi. 73 

10 . m. 103, 146, 153 ; v. 87 ; vi. 92 

ii v. 89; vi. 97 

12 iv. 70 

13 . iv. 51, 70, 80, 97, 100, 102, 105 ; 

vi. 150 

14 vi. 104 

15, 16 vi. 160 

18 in. 196 

19 in. 128, 290 

20 in. 297 ; v. 93 

21 in. 190; v. 93 

22 in. 210 

23 III. 211 

24 .... in. 228, 239 ; vi. 141 

25-27 m. 239 

28 m. 239, 267 

3 vi. 149 

31 iv. 82 

32 vi. 151 

35 vi. 121 

36 vi. 130, 147 

37 v. 124; vi. 146 

Themistocles, 2 in. 240 

3 v. 66 

5 vi. 62 

11 111.323 

19 iv. 4, 1 6 

20 vii. 10, 13 

21-31 vi. 29 

32 vi. 30 

Theseus, 36 in. 27 

Timoleon, 23 vin. 31 

Ethica (ed. Bernardakis). 

De cap. ex inim, util. 6 (89 F) vi. 32 
Regum et Imper. Apophth. 

Gelon, i (175 A) . . . . vm. 15 
Hier. y 4 (175 C) . . . .vni.ni 
Them., 15, 16(185 E) . . vi. 45 
De mulierum virtutibus : 

4(245^) vii. 18 

De glor. Athen., 8 (351 A) . iv. 52 
De Pyth. orac., 19 (403 C) . VIII. 34 
De curiositate, I (515 0) . VIII. 186 

16 (522 F) vni. 118 

De sera num. vind., 6 (55 2 A) . vni. 14 
Deexilio, 15 (605 E) . . . vi. 43 



Plutarchus (continued) : 

Praec. ger. reip., 4 (800 C) . vi. 153 

5 (802 C) vi. 100 

10 (805 C) .:.... vi. 42 

15 (812 C) v. 91 

(812 D) m. 350 

14 (818 D) iv. 6 1 

X Orat. Vitae : 

I" (Lys) (835 C) . . . . in. 363 

De Herod, malign., 5 (855 F) VI. 31 

21 (859 D) vii. 6 

37 (869 C) vi. 26 

40 (871 C) vi. 25 

Adv. Coloten: 

32 (1126 B) . . . vm. 167, 185 

POLLUX 
(ed. Bekker). 

VIII. 38 v. 195 

44 v. 147 

56 ...... v. 129 

63 i. 191 

88 i. 201 

93 .1.80 

97 v. 165, 183 

100 v. 137 

101 i. 81 

114 r l6 4 

IX. 64 v. 106 

POLYAENTJS 

(ed. Woelfflin-Melber). 

1.30 IV -5 

34 r - l6 5 m - 49 

41 vii. 57, 68 

II. 10 m. 358, 380 

VI. 2 iv. 33 

53 ni - 277 

VII. 24 III. 12 

POLYBIUS 
I. 2 i. 34 

POMPONIUS 

de origine iuris (ed. Osannus). 
4 Ilr 333 

POSSIS 

(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.}. 
Fr. i (iv. p. 483) .... vi. 47 



INDEX AUCTORUM. 



QUINTILIANUS 
Institutio Oratorio, (ed. Bonnell). 
ii. 17. 7 . . vin. so* 


Strabo (continued) : 
VI. i. i (253) . . m. 339 ; 
8 (260) 


vm. 66 
i. 198 
m. 340 
m. 360 
44, 156 
m. 306 
vn. 36 
vii. 45 
vn. 92 
vii. 97 
vii. 89 
vn. 29 
vn. 30 

VII. 28 

iv. 92 
iv. 98 
III. 217 

III. 302 
III. 304 
III 336 

iii. 7 

vm. 1 76 
vm. 193 

. I. 04 


T1 (?6?\ 




J 3 1 20 3>) 

1A ( f >f\A\ 


9 , VIII. 2OO 


14 (^204; 

2. 3 (268) . . . vm. 
VTT A A (200^1 


12 vm. 200 


BHETOKES GRAECI 

(ed. Walz). 

IV. p. II VIII. 121 


VIII. i. 2 (336) . 


(337") . 


JQ Cqca) . 


(354) 
(355) 
6 10 (372^ . 


SCYMWUS CHIUS 


ii (^7^0 . 


in (577) . 


SEXTUS EMPIBICUS 

(ed. Bekker). 
adv. DogmatiooSy i. 6 . . . vm. 180 

SIMONIDES CETJS 
(Bergk, Poet. Lyr. Gr. ed. 4). 

Fr. 7 (iii.p. 390) vm. 139 
102 (iii. p. 459) .... vn. 54 
104 (iii. p. 460) I. 17 
141 (iii. p. 485) .... vill. 26 
142 (iii. p. 487) .... m. 54 

SIMPLICITJS 

(Comment, in Aristot. Graeca, vol. 9). 
in Physica, p. 25. 6. v. 19 . . vm. 161 

STEPHANTJS BYZANTINUS 

(ed. Meineke). 
'AAtis YJJ 3T 


IX I 12 C^OO 


16 C^o6') 


X I 2 (440 . 


XII ci 14 ffU7 > ) 


42 ff;6^^ 


XIV i 2; ^642") 


XVI. 1.5(738) 

SUIDAS 

(ed. Bernhardy). 

'A0J7VCt?OS .... . 


'Aiiu/cActi . . . 


'AiroTctAs 


'Affiraaia 

rop^tas . 


VI. I 43 

vm. 199 
vin. 25 
vm. 105 
III. 214 

V. 121 
. I OH 


AotpeTtov 


Actz/oAoYOS . . . . 


Aeoi 7 ... 


AwwoirotnTOs . . 


*E/cAo'y6rs . 


'EjUTreSo/fXT/s . VIII. 159, 173, 


187, 192 

vm. 102 
v . 36 
vi. 36 
ni 35 ! 
m. 191 
m. 164 

J 55> l6 5 
v. 162 
iv. 67 
v. 170 
. 1.84 


C/itffTO/fA^S 


Bpe'a . .... III. 318 


fJ,l0TOK\OVS iraidfS . . . 

oupto/xdvTCts 


''Oa VI ill 


STESIMBBOTUS 
(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.}. 
Fr. 10 (ii. p. 56) vi. 144 

STBABO 

(ed. Meineke). 
I a. I (A>f) in i7o 


'Icpbs ir6\ffios 
KaAAicts . 


Kt/tewv . . . III. 51, 


KcuAa/cpcTCu . . . 








2?(U<yj/tST7S . . . . 


vm. 97 
v. 184 
vi. 128 
vm. 106 


Tauicci 


$tStas . . . 


V. 4. o (247} . . vm. 6 1 





INDEX AUCTORUM. 



377 



THEO 

irtpl Hpo*fvpvaGi*aT<tiv. 


VALEBItJS MAXIMT 
(ed. Kempf). 
VIII. 7 ext. 15 


IS 

vi. 49 
vi. 90 

a g-) 
IV. 101 

v. 28 
iv. 40 
vi. 23 
iv. 32 
vn. 49 
vii. 79 
vii. 49 
vii. 3 
vni. 85 

v. 35 
m. 203 
v. 20 
v. 138 

IV. 21 
I.I 5 I 
I. 174 
1.67 

in. 1 86 
iv. 45 

I.I75 
1.92 
1.79 
1.145 

vii. 60 


THEOPOMPUS COMICUS 

(Kock, Com. Att. Fragm.}. 
Fr. 55 (i. p. 748) v. 106 

THEOPOMPUS HISTOKICUS 
(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Or.}. 

Fr. 92 (i. p. 293) .... in. 105 
94 (i. p. 293) .... vi. 75 
164 (i. p. 305) .... m. 217 
167 (i. p. 306) . . . . in. 1 80 
168 (i. p. 306) .... in. 181 
202 (i. p. 312) .... m. 302 
2i9(i. p. 314) . . vni. 23, 114 

SCHOLIA IN THTJCYDIDEM 




VITBUVIUS 

(ed. Rose et Miiller-Striibi] 

V. Q I . 


XENOPHOMT 

Anabasis, VII. i. 27 . . . 
Hellenica, II. 4. u . . . 
III. i. 6 


V. I. 21 


2. 2 . 


a 


6 . . 


VI. 5. 34 
Hiero, i. i 


lUewoTctbilia. Ill 41. . 




Respublica Atheniensium, 1. 2 . 
3 






75 vn - 5 

TIMAEUS 
(Miiller, Fragm. Hist. Gr.). 
Fr. 84 (i. p. 212) . . . . vm. 36 

TZETZES 

ad Lycophr. Cass. 417 . . . iii. 21 
732 . in. 382 


I A, JC 


16-18 


II. a 

7 

14 . 


in. i 

2 






Hespublica Lacedaemoniorum : 
XIII. 4 . 



INDEX NOMINUM 



* + * References are to Chapters and Sections. In the case of tributary states 
the quota of Athena (in drachms and obols) is given in brackets in italic numerals. 
Thus the quota of Abydos in Chap. II, no. 10, col. ii, line 3, is noted as 405 
drachms i| obols. 



'A - - - (tributary state) , n. 2 (v.) 7 b 
(8.2); ii (iv.) 5 o(60). 

'A (tributary state), II. 2 fr. 5, 4. 

"A rjvoi (tributary state), II. 2 

(iii.) 9b(200). 

'A05T J piTai, t Ap8r]piTat, II. I (iv.) 5 (1285} ; 
3 (v.) 17 (1500}', 5 (iii.) 15 b (1500) 5 
6 (iii.) 20 (1400} ; 8 (i.) 17 c ; 10 (ii.) 
90 (1500}-, 16 (vi.) 6; 17 (vi.) 8 
(1500); 19 (ii.) 64 (1500). 'A05rj- 
pirrjs : TIpoiTayopas. See also Ai'/ccua 
Trap' "A/3 877 pa. 

"AjSuSoj, vi. 44 : 'AjSuS^j/oi, II. 2 (iii.) 9 b 
(200)?; 4 (iv.) 24; 6 (v.) 10; 8 (i.) 

10 c and (ii.) 20 b ; 10 (ii.) 3 (405 . 1|); 

11 fr. 71, 3; 12 (ii.) 12; 13 (ii.) 8 
(400); 14 (ii.) 17 (400); 15 (i.) 31 
(400); 17 (iv.) 25; 18 (iv.) 6; 21 
(ii.) 17; 26, 7. 

'Aya6oic\fjs, musician, VI. no. 
'AyaQo/tXrjs, tyrant of Syrakuse, vill. 32. 
'AydOcav, VIII. 202. 
'Ayap.fp.vojv, hero, III. 267; of Aischylos, 

III. 71. 

'Ayapiarrj K\iodfi'ovs Zyyovos, VI. 86. 
'Ayafftir-nos TapyrjTTios, IV. 95. 
fTTaXos, VII. 6. 
'Apyeios, VIII. 70. 
"Aycppos (?) ^t\iirirov, III. 272. 
'Ayr)ffi\aos, VII. 79. 
'Ayrjaiiro\is, in. 1 8. 
1 Ay\ao<pwvTos Ho\vyvarros, IV. 66, 67. 
"A7'cyi', founder of Amphipolis, III. 65, 

277, 278; concerned in the trial of 



Perikles, vi. 151; father of Thera- 

menes, vi. 101. 

'Ayopa, see Xeppov^o'fTcu (XTT' 'Ayopds. 
'Ayopatoil quota, II. 13 (ii.) 14 (16.4). 

See also 'XeppovrjaTrat. 
'AypavXrjOev, see 'A-ypvXrjQfv. 
"A-ypioi of Pherekrates, II. 31. 
y Ajpv\Tj0ev : Aeca@ujTT)s 'AXKfJLaitavos, VI. 

29 (p. 246), 40, 43 ; Mvrjaias, v. 21 ; 

Xatprjfjuav, V. 2 1 ; XapidSrjs, IV. 96. 
'Ayvppios, V. 150. 

/, statue of, VIII. 136. 

archon, I. 12, 19, 38; IV. 

i5> 5 6 - 
"A8/i?/Tos, king of Molottoi, VI. 28, 29, 

33> 35 4 8 5 P la y by Phormos, vin. 

106. 

'ASovcrios, v. 166. 
'Afarjs, 'Afaoi, 'ACCot, II. 3 (iv.) 5 b 

(6.4); 8(i.) 2C ; 13 (ii.) 26 (8 .2} ; 

17 (iv.) 18; 19 (i.) 101 (6.4). 
"A^i/tevs : T\avKfrr}s, III. 249. 
'AOavda, see 'AOrjvd. 
"AOavis, VIII. 31. 
'AOrjvd (AOrjvaia, 'AOavda), goddess, (i) 

At Athens, struggle with Poseidon 

for Attika, iv. 16 ; named at head of 

financial return, iv. 74 ; sacred funds 

of, I. 106 ; v. 155 ; quota of tribute, 

I. p. 23, chap. ii. ; treasurers of, I. 

107; m. 260; v. 65, 155, 179 f.; 

fines due to, I. 72 (p. 15); v. 26; 

temples : 6 apxaios vtws, iv. 98, 106 ; 

Parthenon, iv. 73 f., 81 f., 92, 98 f. ; V. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



379 



184, 185 ; statues : Parthenos of 
Pheidias, IV. 73 f., 80 f., 93 f., 98 ; V. 
185 ; VI. 128 ; TO dpx<uov dya\pa, IV. 
96 ; \a^ini, IV - 76 5 figure in painting 
in Stoa Poikile, IV. 63 ; surnames : 
Nt/7, I. 108 ; IlaAAds, V. 77 ; IIoAms, 
IV. 98 ; 'fyifia, IV. 102. (2) At 
Delphoi, in. 52 ; near Koroneia ('A. 
Trowa) III. 198, 200 ; at Elis 
(Minerva Colotis) vii. 93 ; Lakedai- 
mon (TIo\tovxos real XaA/w'ottfos), VI. 2, 
5, 6, 22 ; Magnesia, vi. 47 ; Selinus, 
vni. 150 ; Tegea ('A. *A\&), Vii. 7, 8. 

'ABfjvai (city), 'AOrjvaToi. Athens and 
her allies ; origin and organization of 
the Athenian confederacy, chap. I. ; 
tribute paid to Athens, chap. n. ; 
external history, chap, in; the city 
of Athens, chap, iv ; growth of the 
constitution : rise of democracy, chap. 
v; 'AOrjvijOev cnwvvpoi, in. 261. See 
also NectTroAts an' 'AOrjvuv. 

'AOfjvai AtdSfs, 'AOrjvatoi, 'AOrjvirai, n. 
6 (v.) 20 (83.2}; 10 (iv.) 150; n 
(v.) 7 c (66.4); 12 (v.) 26 (53.*); 
I4(i.)78; 19 (i.) 80 (33. 2). 

'AOrjvaTos iv AfnrvoffotyiffTais, VIII. 106. 

'AOrjval's <pv\T}, at Thurioi, in. 346. 

'AOijviratf see 'AOfjvcu AmSey. 

'A0r)vo/t\i]s, III. 302. 

'AOfjiovijs : 'I(poK\f)s 'ApxearpaTov, I. 
1 06; XapTvos, I. 112. 

"AOvs, see Airjs diro rov "A6ca. 

Ai --- , secretary to council, in. 124. 

Alcurrls QvX-fj, ni. 272 ; v. 186. 

Aias ('Oi'AtdS^s) and Kassandra in Stoa 
Poikile, IV. 63 ; Aiavros (If \afjicuviov) 
EvpvaaKTjs, ancestor of Alkibiades, 
vi. 132. 

Aiyai, vi. 29 (p. 247). 

Atyafos, 6, i. 5 ; in. 26. 

Aiyavrioi, m. 24 (?) ; II. 4 (i.) 5 (60) ; 
6(v.) 4 (50); 8(ii.)i 4 b(50); 9 (ii.) 
17 (S3. 2}; 10 (ii.) 2c(33.2); n fr. 
72, 73 (i0 7 (83.2}; 12 (iii.) 5 



15 (ii.) 57; i6(vi.) 4 (50); 17 (v.) 

30 (50) ; 19 (ii.) 59. 
Aiyevs, III. 26. 
Aiyqk (f)v\rj, I. 72 ; V. 199. 
Alyifiiov rtOfMoi, VIII. 46. 
Afyi/a, Alyivr], Aiyivdrai, AiyivrjTai, at 



Plataiai, I. I, 5 ; Aiytva 
ntipaiws, vi. 157 ; opposes restoration 
of Athens, IV. 4; at war with Athens, 
in. 69, 80 f. ; subjected and made 
tributary, I. 134; quota, II. i (v.) 18 
(3000); 2 (iii.) 10 b (3000); 3 (v.) 5 
(3000); 5 (iv.) I c (3000) ; 6 (i.) 44 ; 
8 (i.) 43; 12 (v.) 35; 13 (v.) 38 
(3000); 14 (ii.)Si (3000); 19 (i.) 83. 
Alyivrjrai : 'Ovdras, VIII. 71, 112, 
113; "Slpw, vm. 108. 

Atyos TroTapoi, VIII. 96. 

AryvTTTos, AiyvTrnoi, revolt from Persia, 
III. 132-142 ; VI. 29 (p. 251) ; 
Athenian expedition to, in. 77, 80, 
132 f., 151, 158; vi. 29 (p. 251); 
Kimon proposes to sail thither, in. 
152; Athenian designs on, V. 93; 
gift of corn from, v. 123, 124; exports 
of, ill. 1 86; Aegyptii satellites of 
Pausanias, VI. 6. 

At\ios (Tiros) Kaiaap 'Avroovewos, coin 
of, VI. 54. 

Alvfidrai, Alvidrai, II. 9 (ii.) 35 (300) ; 
ii (iii.) 10 (300); 12 (iii.) 25 (300); 
13 (iii.) 24; 16 (v.) i; 17 (v.) 16 
(300)^; i8(v.)i8; 19 (ii.) 38. 

AivTjffiodfJiov Qrjpojv, VIII. 40. 

Afros, I. 1 80; Aivtoi, quota, II. 2 (iv.) 
7 b (1200} ; 3 (iv.) 2 (1200) ; 5 (iii.) 
18 b (1200} ; 8 (i.) 18 c ; 10 (iii.) 2 
(JOOO); ii (iii.) 13 (1000); 12 (iii.) 
30 (1000); 13 (iii.) 29; 14 (ii.) 36 
.(1000) ; 15 (ii.) 62 (1000) ; 16 (vi.) 
17 (400). 

Aicavevs: Tlpcareas, V. 1 1 6, 1 86. 

AloXfis, I. 7. 

AtoAeus: NircoyfrTjs, VI. 29 (p. 247). 

AloXiKov iro\iffjj.a,Tiov : Alyai, VI. 29 
(p. 247). 

AioAfTat, n. 1 8 (vi.) 7 (8.2}', 19 (ii.) 

79(8.*). 

Aipaiot, Alpatoi, Alpaifjs, II. I (ii.) 6 b 
(300); 5 (ii.) 5; 6(iv.) 4 o (300); 7 
(ii.) 6; 8 (ii.) 5 b (300); 9 (i.) 13 
(100); 13 (i.) 13 (100); 15 (i.) 7 
(100); 20, i. 

Alffa, tributary city, II. 18 (vi.) 33. 

Alaxi vr ) s ) Hi. 317; 2ojKpa.TiK6s, VI. 141, 
142, 145, 151; the orator, m. 307; 
Alaxivov r\avKtas KvSaOrjvaicvs, V. 
182. 



3 8o 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



AlffxP 03V MapaO&vios, I. 104 ; 
EvOias 'AvcKpkvanos, v. 1 86. 
vAos 'EAewcrtVtos, II. 15, 4. 

EiHpopioovos, tragedian, defeated 
by Sophokles, in. 26 ; in Sicily, vin. 
78-81; Oresteian trilogy, III. 7 if.; 
Alkmene, Herakleidai, Aitnaioi, vin. 
48 ; quoted, v. 30 ; vi. 65. 

Aiacw, Alffoov, Aiaowfjs, Alffwvtoi, Alaw- 
vioi, 11.4 (iv.) 26 (25); ii (iii.) 16 
(25); 12 (iii.) 32 (25); 14 (ii.) 35 
(25); 15 (i.) 49; 16 (vi.) 15 (25); 
*7ri4>. ibid. 16 (4.1); 17 (v.) 28 (25) ; 
19 (ii.) 61. 

Alrva, AITVIJ, Alrvia, volcano, eruption 
of, VIII. 72, 75, 76 ; Arafat /5tat, viil. 
73 ; AITVCUOV irvp, VIH. 193 ; proposed 
temple of Demeter on, vin. 2 1 ; 
Empedokles on, vin. 191. 

Airva, AtTvt), city, Hieron re-founds 
Katana as Aitna ; its institutions, 
vin. 43-48, 78; coin of, vm. 52; 
placed under Chromios, VIII. 49 ; the 
inhabitants expelled, found AITVT)- 
"Ivrjffaa, vm. 155, 156. Alrvcuot : 
'lepojv, viil. 124 ; Xpofuos, vm. 49. 

Alrvatoi, Alrvaiai, of Aischylos, VIII. 
48, 78. 

Alrvrj, city, name given to Inessa, vm. 

I55,^5<5' 

AtrcyAo/, hostile to Akarnanians, friendly 
to Messenians of Naupaktos, ill. 130; 
AoKpol ol irpos AIT. VII. 66. 

'A/ta8r]fjLia, 'A/ra%ua, III. 69 ; IV. 60. 

' AKafj.avTi8rjs : UepiKX^s, VI. 86. 
s <f)V\rj, I. 108 

II. 2 fr. 5, 6 ; 9 (ii.) 30 (300) ; 
10 (ii.) 6 (300); n-(iii.) 4 (300); 12 
(iii.) 19 (300); 13 (iii.) 19; 17 (vi.) 
21 ; 19 (ii.) 62. 

'Afcapvavts, 'Atcapvavia, Perikles in 
Akarnania, ill. 126-128; the Mes- 
senians of Naupaktos and Akar- 
nanians, in. 130; Acarnana uxor 
Themistoclis, in. 324. 

i&ijs, arehon, vm. 57. 

'A/cpayavTivoi, Karthaginian 
prisoners in Akragas, vm. 115; Hieron 
threatens, vm. 38; attacks, 128; 
tyrants expelled, 151, and democracy 
established, 128; Syrakusans appeal 
to Akragas against Thrasybulos, 144 



(P- 339) > Empedokles appeases fac- 
tions, 168, and delivers town from 
pestilent winds, 187 ; he attempts to 
return thither, 170 ; public buildings 
in, 115, 149; statue of Empedokles, 
194; Peisianax' estate, 194; coin, 
131. 'AtcpayavrTv 01 : "AKpwv, vm. 1 66 ; 
AciJ/^Aoxos, vin. 105 ; 'E^TrcSoArA^s, 
VIII. 159, &c. ; Qrjpw, VIII. 35, &c. ; 
QpaavSaTos, vm. 128; IIcDAos, VIII. 
199 ; &oivi, vin. 97. 

'AKpayas river, VIII. 164 (p. 346), 174. 

"Atcpcov 'Afepayavrwos, VIII. 1 66. 

'AXairjs: TLvOoSupos, I. 1 06; Scy/cpar^j, 
V. 116. 

' A\a\Konfvai, III. 2OO. 

Albus, Sp. Postumius, in. 334. 

'A\6a, 'AOrjvd, VII. 7, 8. 

'A\tav8pos I, king of Makedon, III. 59 ; 
VII. 25 ; *A\eav8pov 'AA/fenys, III. 272 ; 
Mej/cA-oos, ibid. 

'A\eavSpos III, king of Makedon, iv. 

33- 

'A\av5pos tv AiaSoxoTs, VI. 114. 

"A\ets Santos, in. 265. 

'A\fvddfs, VII. 7. 

'A\tapria, III. 199. 

'AXifis, III. 78, 80; VII. 30, 31. 

'A\iKapvaaa6s, ' A\iKapvr]ffa6s, 'AXttcap- 
vaffffets, 'AXiKapvijaffeis, 'A\iKapvaa- 
aioi,'A\iKapvaaaf]s, 'AXiKapvaffaioi, III. 
287 ; quota, n. I (iii.) 12, 13 (166.4} ; 
3 (iii.) 8 (166. 3); 4 (i.) 19 (166.4}, 
and fr. 20, 9 ; 5 (ii.) 50; 6 (i.) 8 
8 (i.) 10 (200) ; 10 (v.) 13 c (166 . 4} ; 
13 (iv.) 26 (766 . 4) ; 14 (i.) 61 (180 .4); 
15 (ii.) 80 (166 . 4) ; 19 (i.) 62 (166 . 4}. 

'AXiKvawi, III. 327. 

'AXtpovffios : AT/S, II. 4 praescr. 

'AA/m0oa, VI. 8, 44. 

'A\Kaios, arehon, in. 278. 

'A\KaiJ.fVT)s, VII. 95. 

'A\eav8pov, m. 272. 

KXeiviov, his ancestry, VI. 
132; education and character, VI. 
119, 132-137; vm. 202; victory at 
Olympia, vm. 139; general, v. 41, 
42 ; induces Athenians to invade 
Sicily, in. 326; v. 93; proposes de- 
cree endowing Lyaimachos, son of 
Aristeides, vi. 63, 71 ; expedition to 
Peloponnesos, m. 120. 



INDEX NOMINVM, 



'A\ttt5a/ias 'EXedr?;?, VIII. 164 (p. 346), 

199. 

'AX/ttjmxos, III. 278. 
'A\KI/JLOS : T Kara TUV "AXfcipov aKpu- 

rfjpiov, VI. 30. 

'AXicivovs of Phormos, VIII. 106. 
'AXKicppav 'AvatpXvffTios, ra/itas TWV 

a\\<av dewv, V. 192. 
'A\Kfjiai<uv, father of Leobotes, VI. 29 

(p. 246), 40, 41 ; enemy of Themis- 

tokles, vi. 42. 

'A\Kfj.aia)vi8r)s: 'A\Ki@ia8T)s, VI. 132. 
'A\Kfieuv f see 'AXKpaiwv. 
'AXKfj.r]V7) of Aischylos, VJH. 48. 
'AXrcvoves of Phormos, vin. 1 06. 
"AA-m at Olympia, VIII. 1 08. 
"AXvs river, ill. 175, 176. 



iov, VI. 97, 99 ; Av<rav8pos, vi. 

30 ; 'M.eyatcXijs ~M.eyaK\fovs, V. 189. 
'AXojTTfKovvTjffioi, 'AXojTTOKOvvrjffioi, II. 4 

fr. 20,2; 5(v.) 8b (54}', 9 (v.) 26; 

ii fr. 71, 6; 17 (v.) 8 (33.2). 
'Afjia6vcs, IV. 63, 69, 82. 



at Plataiai, I. i, 5 ; Athenians at war 
with, in. 86. 

s, Karthaginian general, VIII. 21. 
s, Athenian colony at, in. 302. 
, oracle of, in. 152. 
, philosopher, VI. 30. 
grammarian, vi. 99. 
'A/J.OI&IXOS Aa/i7TT/)U9, IV. 95. 
'A/jiopySs, 'Ap,6pyioi ; after revolt of 
Samos, p. 145; quota, n. 18 (vi.) 10 
(100); 19 (ii.) 75 (100) ; 27, 4 (100). 
'AuirpaKiSirai, see 'A/j.@paKia. 
'A/xwafS^?, II. 2 (i.) 7 b(50.5). See 

also 'Sva'yyfXrjs. 
'Afjtvvras *tAt7nrov, Makedonian pre- 

tender, ill. 271. 

'Auvvras III, king of Makedon, I. 186. 
' AfjLVpraios, III. 142. 
"Afjivris Sepgov, III. 2, 3, 132. 
'AfJKptapaos, VI. 65 

'AiMpiKTiovfs, 'Afji<f>iKTvov(s, in Athenian 
alliance with Phokians, in. 124 ; Pla- 
taians sue Lakedaimonians before, 

VI. 10; 'AfjupiKTvovia, 'AJJL^IKTVOVIKO. 
ovvtSpta, Lakedaimonian policy in, 

VII. 13 ; 'Ap.<piKrvoviK^ 8iKrj, in. 26. 

<pv\rj, at Thurioi, ill. 346. 



'A[jL<p'nro\is, Athenian expedition to, in. 

14, 64, 68 ; founded by Hagnon, in. 

277-280; 'Af-upnroXiTat, ill. 278. 
'A/^IT/M'TT;, statue of, vni. 136. 
'AfjupirpoirrjOfv : Aiocpavros, VI. 63 ; 'Ent- 

X api . . s, IV. 71. 

'Ava - - (tributary state), II. 8 (ii.) 1 2 c. 
'Avafvpaffios : ^(UKpaTTjs, III. 249. 
'Avairios 2(pr)TTios, Hellenotamias, ill. 

262. 

'AvciKfiov, IV. 66, 67. 
'Avaqpfuv, poet, ill. 239, 256. 
'Aj/aKToptoi, pavafer6piot, at Plataiai, I. 

1,5- 

'Avagayopas K\aop(vios, elder contem- 
porary and teacher of Empedokles, 
Vin. 1 60, 161, 164 (p. 346) ; teacher 
of Themistokles, in. 240 ; of Sokrates, 
vi. 114 ; teacher and friend of Peri- 
kles, vi. 112, 116-123, X 5 T > J 5 2 j J 6o. 

'Avagi/cpaTTjs, general, in. 151. 

'Avai\aos, tyrant of Rhegion and Mes- 
sana ; his daughter married to Hieron, 
vni. 20 ; threatens Lokroi and is 
warned off by Hieron, 54-56 ; death 
and character, 63, 64 ; succeeded by 
Mikythos, 132, 136; his children, 
J 3 2 5 J 33> are expelled from Rhegion, 
151. 

'Avaif*av8pos, VIII. 1 88. 
Ava(p\vffnoi: 'A\Ki(f>p<uv, v. 192 ; EvOias 
Aiaxpoavos, V. 186, 190 ; EU^TTTTOS, III. 

IO2. 

'Aj/Sot8a?, in the expedition to Megaris, 
III. 206. 

'AvSoKifys KvSaOrjvaifvs, grandfather of 
the orator, makes peace with Sparta, 
in. 230 ; general in the Samian war, 
249. 

'Av8oni8r]s, orator, VI. 30. 

'Av8p - - , secretary of racial, IV. 78. 

"Ai/Sptoi, see 'Avdpos. 

'AvSpiffKos Arjftvios ty Mvpivrjs, III. 292. 

'Av5poK\TJs <b\vevs, rafj.ias of Athena, 
I. 1 08. 

"Ai/S/HK, "AvSpioi, Themistokles and, 
vi. 29 vp. 244) ; Athenian klernchy in 
Andros, p. 158, v. 89 ; quota, ii. 4 (i.) 
7 b (1200} ; 5 (iv.) 16 b (600) 6 (v.) 7 
(600); 8 (ii.) I7b; 12 (v.) 19 (600) ; 
14 (i.) 75 (600) ; 15 (i.) 85 (600) ; 16 a 
(ii.)8(600); 19 (i.) 73 (600). 



3 82 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



'AvSporiaiv, Atthidographer, III. 249, 

280; V. 158, 164; VI. 99. 
'AvOepoKpiros, Athenian herald, mur- 
dered by Megarians, VI. 149. 
'AvOeffTijpMV, month, I. 129; IV. 106. 
'Avviftas, vi. 52. 

'Avrayopas Xfos, attacks Pausanias,!. 21. 
'AvTrjvcup, sculptor, IV. 55. 

'AVTI , TO /iias TOJV a\\QJV 6ewv, V. 192. 

'AvTire\f)s elite, I. 130 ; secretary to epi- 
statai of public works, IV. 84. 

, archon, Add. III. 303 a. 

i, i. 130; III. 206. 
S, king of Syria, IV. 55. 
, historian, III. 360. 
'Avrtaapa, see NfOTroXnrat irap' 'A. 

SawpartKos, VI. 144. 
s, VIII. 22. 
'AvTuf>a>v, archon, I. 106. 
'AvTi<p>v, orator, ev rrj irpbs T^V Arjp.o- 
oOevovs ypa<p}jv airoXoyiq, I. 85 ; ev TO) 
Kara AatffiroSiov, I. 163 ; ev rS> irept 

TOV AlVOlCUV <p6pOV } 85, 163; 7T/90S 

NiKOK\ea, IV. 48 ; Iv T> 'Sap.oQpqKiKw, 
irepl TOV 'SafioOpqKuv (p6pov, I. 84, 90, 

93, 94- 
'AvTowetvos, TITOS AfAtos Kdiffap, coin of, 

vi. 54. 

"Avvros, in Plato's Meno, VI. 131. 
'Aiox"? 5 father of Aspasia, VI. 141, 142, 

'Aw 'E7e<rTct?os, in. 327. 

'ATroAAoScupos, chronograph er, in. 370 ; 

vin. 109, no, 164, 178, 179. 
'Air6\Xcw, dedications to, at Delphoi, 

I. i; vi. 3, 6, 10; vni. 21, 108 ; 

Trpooifuov els 'A., by Empedokles, vin. 

183 ; Delphic Apollo, KriffTrjs of 

Thurioi, in. 371 ; oracles of, in. 33, 

346, 371 ; oaths by Apollo, i. 125 ; 

in. 124; confiscation to, in. 287; 

Apollo at Selinus, vin. 150. 
' Airo\\cwiSr)s 'AKueapvaffffevs, III. 287 ; 

KcDo?, in. 3. 
} ATTOX\&VIOV, at Halikarnassos, ill. 287 ; 

at Selinus, vni. 150. 
'Airopia Oea, VI. 29 (p. 244). 

'Ap 'AOrivaios, III. 327. 

'Ap . . . rjs eo8wpov QopiKios, secretary 

of council, v. 39. 
'Apa/Bios /e6\iros, III. 179. 
'Apyeioi, 'Apyeia x&pa, see 'Apyos. 
'Apyi\ios, vi. 5, 6. 



'Apyi\ioi, n. I (iii.) 3b (.2050) ; 9 (ii.) 
31 (100) ; 10 (ii.) 5 (ZOO) ; n (iii.) 6 
(100); 12 (iii.) 21 (100) ; 13 (iii.) 21 ; 

J 4 () 435 15 (i-) 55 J 9 () 49 
(16.4}. 

'Apyivovffai, VI. 146. 

"Apyos, 'ApyeToi, 'Apyeia x^P a > Theinis- 
tokles at, vi. 28, 29, 33, 35 ; vn. 14 ; 
affairs of Argos, vn. 15 f. ; wars 
with Mykenai and Tiryns, vn. 23 ff. ; 
relations with Athens, ill. 70 f. ; vn. 
66, 72 ; peace with Sparta, in. 149 ; 
in the thirty years' peace, ill. 233 ; 
Lakedaimonian attempt to expel 
Argives from Amphiktiony, vn. 1 3 ; 
battle with Lakedaimonians, vn. 53 ; 
with Korinthians, in. 113; in the 
battle of Oinoe, vii. 62 ; Argos and 
Mantineia, vn. 45, 49; Argives at 
Tanagra, ill. 92-94, 100, 101 ; in 
alliance with Athens in Pelopon- 
nesian War, v. 41, 42 ; their hatred 
of Sparta, VII. 80. 'Apyeia x&P a ' 
1ipvv0ioi, I. 5 ; Oivorj, IV. 63. 'Ap- 
yo\is, VII. 17. 'ApyoXiKri, VII. 31. 
'Apyeioi ol Mv.vrjvas exovrfs, I. 5. 
'Apyeioi: 'AyeXaSas, VIII. 70; T\av- 
KOS, vin. 136; A&vSrjs, vm. 1 08 ; 
Aiovvaios, vin. 108, 136 ; Evpv^arrjs, 
III. 69 ; Xpvffis, VII. 8. 

"Apyos, hero, vii. 26. 

'ApeOovaa, VIII. 1 24. 

"Apeios -n&yos : j) e 'Apelov irdyov &ov\r}, 

i. 73 ; vi. 7^74, 77-79, 91; vi. 72, 
82 ; 'ApeoTrayfrai, v. 70, 74. 

'ApeffavSpos, I. 97. 

"Aprjs, III. 13, 20, 46, 53, 54. 

'ApiaireiOrjs, III. 299. 

'A/Jtftdi/to?, VI. 29 (p. 249). 

'ApiofiavSrjs Tcafipvov, ill. 43. 

'Apta/Saioi, ii. 13 (ii.) 24 (200} ; 14 (i.) 
ii (200). 

'AptffaToytiTcav, see 'Apiffroyeircav. 

'Apiar ... os MeXirevs ? IV. 72. 

'Apicrrayopas tft.i\r)ffios, III. 65. 

'Apicrrapxos, critic, viii. 38. 

'Apiaretdrjs Avaifjj&xov, in command of 
Athenian fleet, I. 12 ; wins over the 
allies, i. 19, 21, 42 ; VI. 7, 9 ; defeats 
plot of Pausanias, vi. 7 ; proposes 
Delian league, i. 38 ; assesses tribute 
and organizes league, I. 38, 40, 42 ; 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



383 



consulted as to plot of Themistokles 
against Spartan fleet, &c., iv. 15 ; 
vii. 10-12 ; his opposition to Themis- 
tokles, v. 66 ; refuses to attack him, 
vi. 41 ; Themistokles attacks him, vi. 
60 ; his psephisma relating to qualifi- 
cation for office, V. 62 ; convicted 
of corruption and ostracized, vi. 63 ; 
death, vi. 63, 64 ; his children, vi. 63, 
71; character, &c., i. 38, 46; vi. 
65-70, 72, 79; poverty, i. 42, 44, 
45 ; vi. 78. 

'ApiffTfidov 'Epyo/fXys Rr]<raifvs, I. 106. 

'ApiffTiiTiros, VIII. 184. 

'Apia-riwv, archon, I. 105 ; n. I, 30-32 ; 
v. 191. 

'AplOTlGWOS $OpfU6)V, I. I O6. 

'ApiaTof3ov\T)' f ApTfus ) vi.26,29 (p. 245). 
5 ' AptffTO@ov\ov ~Bov\apxos, V. 33. 
'Apiaroydrojv, 'ApiffaToydTuv, Theban 

sculptor, VII. 62. 

' Apiaroyeircw real 'Apfj.6Sios } statues of, 
t iv. 55,56. 
'Apiaroye'iTCOv : AijfjioffOfvrjS kv TO) tear' 

'Ap., v. 171. 
'ApiffToSrjfjios 'HXcfoy, historian, VII. 38, 

43- 
'ApiaroSiKos TavaypiKos, assassinates 

Ephialtes, v. 87. 
' ApiaTOKpaTi]s &a\rjpvs, Hellenotamias, 

I. 105. 

'ApiOTOfjrffys OcTTaAos, dynast, VII. 6. 
'Apiffrovovs, brother-in-law of Gelon, 

Vili. 36; and guardian of his son, 

p. 338. 

'ApiaroTf\r]s, Hellenotamias, I. 105. 
'ApiffToreXrjs, secretary of council, 378- 

377 B.C., i. 112. 
'AptaTOTA^s, philosopher, I. 192 ; in. 

239 (P- 139) 5 v. 87 ; VI. 72, 101, 113 : 

VIII. 164-166, 183, 204; Iv ry 

iroXiTciq ruv 'AOrjvaiajv, v. 70, 136, 

164 ; fV TT) TWV Tf\tiJ(UV TTOXtTCta, VIII. 

33 ; 'HA.etan' iroXirdq, VII. 38 ; !i/ 
7ToAtT/ats, V. 100 ; ev rS> So^t<77^, 
Vili. 179, 1 8 1. 

'ApiffToQdvrjs, comic poet, IV. 1 6 ; v. 
162 ; vii. 65 (p. 299) ; rd 'Apiffro- 
(ftdveiov 'S.ap.icav 6 Srjfjios /c.r.A., in. 
2 395 'A\apvets, VI. 145, 149; Ba/3u- 
Acwi'tot, I. 89 ; III. 250 ; T!pi<pd\T)s, IV. 
48. 



'ApiarcKftdvrjs, grammarian, v. 158. 
'Api<7Tv\\os 'E\\t]ffnovriov 

tamias of Athena, v. 182. 
'Apiarcav, philosopher, v. 66. 

, archon, in. 124, 144. 
aavOiirirov, guardian of Alki- 

biades, vi. 132, 137. 
'ApfedSes, 'ApKadia ; Arkadians atPlataiai, 

I. 5 ; enemies of Sparta and allies of 

Messenians, vii. 80,89 ; at Dipaia, VIT. 

53> 5 6 > 57 5 quarrel with Elis, vii. 

39 ; fv 'Apfcadiq TTVTca06\ov fjXid- 

aaa8cu, v. 103 ; Ityitu rrjs 'A., VIII. 

132. 'Aprcds : $o/>/s, vili. 108. 
'ApKas QvXrj, at Tharioi, ill. 346. 
'Aptctafia, 'ApKffffffia KapnaOov, Kapira- 

6icav, II. 12 (iv.) 22; 13 (iv.) 22 

(16.4); 14(1.) 50(16.4); 15 (i.) 74. 
'ApKfai\as AaKtScupovios, VI. 72 (p. 

264). 

"Ap\iff<ros, II. 10 (iii.) 1 8 c (4). 
'Appodios ical 'Apiaroyfircav, statues of, 

IV. 55,56. 
'Apvaads, I. 129. 
'Apirayiavoi, 'Apirdyioi, II. 6 (ii.) 43 (5) ; 

10 (i.) 10 c; 12 (ii.) 7; 13 (ii.) 4 

(5); 14 (i.) 10 (5); 15 (i.) 27 (5); 

17 (iv.) 14; 21 (ii.) ii (5); 23 (iv.) 

7(5). 

'Appa&atos, III. 272, 273. 
'Aprdpafrs, Persian general, III. 169 ; 

in Egypt, m. 135 ; in Kypros, 151 ; 

sent on message to Pausanias, VI. 2, 

6 (p. 234). 
'Aprdfiavos, 'Aprdtravos, favourite of 

Xerxes, in. i, 3, 8, 9 ; vi. 29 (p. 248). 

See also 'ApTcnrdvrjs, 'ApraTravos. 
'ApTaKTjvoi, II. i (v.) 8?; 3 (i.) 14 (88. 2) ; 

9 (v.)2 4 ; nfr. 72, 73 (ii.) 10 (S3. 2); 

12 (ii.) 24 (88.2} ; 13 (ii.) 20 (33.2) ; 

14 (ii.) 20 (88.2); 15 (ii.) 3 J 17 

(v.) 3 (33.2). 

('ApToepr)$) Sfpgov, Ma- 
, accession to Persian throne, 

in. i, 3, 8, 9 ; revolt of Egypt from, 

in. 132, 134, 135, 139; embassy of 

Kallias to, and peace with Athens, 

ill. 164, 169, 177, 180 (see Errata) ; 

reception of Themistokles, vi. 33-36, 

44 ; of Thukydides, son of Melesias, 

vi. 99. 
'ApTarrdvrjs, brother of Dareios, ill. 10. 



384 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



'Aprdiravos, satrap of Baktria, III. 3. 
See also 'Aprdpavos. 

'AptoTo/SouA?;, vi. 26, 29 (p. 245). 



vi. 33, 36, 44> 5 6 5 Motwx t/a > IV - 4 J 
fepoi/ Ii/ n/>cuef, iv. 7 ; statue at 
Olympia, vin. 136 ; oath by, m. 124. 
ffiov, battle of, VI. 133. 

KA.ao/xeVtos, engineer, III. 238, 

239, 2 55- 2 57. 
'ApTepcav, father of Protagoras?, ill. 

37- 
'ApTfj.<uv 6 irepKpopijTOs, III. 239 (p. 139), 



tv TO) irepl faypdfpcav, IV. 66. 
see 'ApTapr)*. 
at, III. 305. 

Navfcpirov AafjLTrrpevs, dva- 
ypcupfvs, V. 7. 

5 philosopher, VI. 114, 139. 
TlcpSi/cttov, king of Makedon, 
in. 272. 

TOK\OVS, VI. 30. 

idrjs, speech of Hypereides 
against, v. 114. 

'ApxtGTpa-Tos, tarnias of Athena, v. 189. 

' Appear par ov 'IfpoK\rj$ 'A0fji,ovfvs, I. 1 06. 

'Apxidapos ZevgcSdpov, king of Sparta, 

vi. 100, 1 02 ; vii. 7,9; at Dipaia, 

vn. 57 ; in the Helot revolt, vii. 65, 

67 (P- 30i), 68. 

'ApxeSrjuidrjs, archon, III. 58, 82 ; VII. 
66 (ubi ' 

, see 

J poet, III. 267. 
I, of Kratinos, vi. 72. 
, archon ; see ' 

s, father of Empedokles ?, vin. 
159, 164 (p. 346). 
'Apxiinrr] AvaavSpov, wife of Theniis- 

tokle?, VI. 30. 
'ApxiT(\T)s KopivOios, supplies Hieron 

with gold, vin. 1 1 4. 
'Aaia, daughter of Themistokles, VI. 30. 
'Aais, in. 46 (p. 95), 53, 54. 
'Aafc\r)m6s, statue at Olympia, vin. 
136. 

in. 3 ; see 



'Affiraffia 'Ai6xov MiXtjaia, mistress of 
Perikles, V. 121 ; vi. 141-149, 151 ; 
causes the Samian war, in. 239. 



'Aairaffia, dialogue of Aischines, vi. 142 

(see Errata). 
'Affiraata 'E/j/iort/iou $uKats (Mt\To>), 

mistress of Kyros the younger, vi. 

141, 144. 
'AffarjptTcu, 'AaaijpTrai, n. i (iv.) 7, 8 ; 

4(iii.)2i (40); 5 (iii.) lib (40); 6 

(iv.) 13 (40) ; 8 (ii.) 43 (40) ; 9 (ii.) 

27 (40); TO (ii.) 15 c; 12 (iii.) 16 ; 

13 (iii.) 16; 14 (i.) 38; 16 (v.) 3; 

1 7 (vi.) 14 (50); 18 (v.) 3 6(50); 19 

(ii.) 67 (50). 

'AffffTvira\aifjs, see 'AffTviraXcurjs. 
'Affr . . rjvoi (' AoraKrjvoi or 'Aarvprjvot), 

n. 3 (i.) 17. 
'AaraKos, 'Affraterjvoi, III. 304, Add. 

303 a, b ; quota, n. i (ii.) 8 b (150} ; 

2(v.) 10 b (JZ50); 3 (i.) 17?; 5 (iv.) 

iob(J?6.4); 10 (i.) 2Oc(J6.4); 14 

(i.) 24 (16 . 4). 'AaTaKTjvds KO\ITOS, 

III. 304- 

'AaTVira\airj[S, 'AffarvTraXairjs : II. 2 (iii.) 
3 b ; 8 (ii.) 28 (200) ; 12 (iv.) 17 ; 13 
(iv.) 17 (150); 14 (i.) 57 (150); 15 
(i.) 65 ; 19 (i.) 18 (500). 

'Affrvpijvoi, 'A. Mvo-oi, II. 3 (i.) 1 7 ? ; 9 
fr.6 3 , i; II (i.) 6b (8.3); 15 (ii.) 
9 (8 . 2) ; firi(p. ibid., 10 (5). 

1 A<TTV<pi\os noffeidcavidTTjs, III. 152. 

'AffTV<pi\os, archon, n. 31. 
opnicav, ill. 86. 
, of Phormos, VIII. 106. 

Aternius, A., in. 334. 

'Ar&'s, of Androtion, ill. 280 ; of 
Pausanias, in. 100; of Philochoros, 
&c., vii. 71. 

'ArpetSai, in. 13, 20. 

'Arrt/fos, &c. ; ypd^ara, ill. 181 ; Spax- 
fJLai, vin. 10 ; Iraf/xn, in. 265 ; leges, 
ill. 334 ; \6yos 6 KXcirobrjuov, ill. 
52; ifsijtpiffpa, in. 251. 

AvAcarat, AvXidrai, Av. Rapes, Av\i- 
fjrai, OvAtarat, H. I (v.) 13 (8.2); 
2 (iv.) 9 b (8.2); 3 (v.) 2b; 4 (ii.) 
5 (8.2); 5 (i.) 9 (8.2); 6 (iii.) 7 
(8.2); II (iii.) 19; 12 (iv.) 2 (8.2); 
13 (iv.) 3 (8.2); 14 (ii.) 51 '(8. 2); 
15 (i.) 72; 19 (i-) 15 (8. 2). 

Avr6\vKos, of Eupolis, II. 30. 

"Afpaiffros, see "Hfpaiaros. 

'A(pi5va?oi : 6 Sfiva, in. 260 ; Evx a /" > 

IV. 94; Xatpe \fidrjs Xapigevov, V. 182. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



385 



'A(ppodtaia ir\arfia, at Thurioi, in. 346. 
'A<f>podiffiov, at Peiraieus, iv. 27. 

iTT] fj kv 2a^ta> (fv e\fi, kv Ka\d- 
), in. 265 ; statue of Aphrodite 
at Olympia, vin. 136. 
' Acpvaaais, father of Megabates, 'AAt- 

Kapvaaacvs, III. 287. 

'AQvraToi, n. 3 (i.) i (300); 4 (i.) 4 

(300) ; 6 (i.) 22 (300) ; 8 (i.) 24(300); 

9 (ii.) 23 (700) ; 10 (ii.) 10 c (100) ; 

12 (iii.) 12 (100) ; 13 (iii.) 12 ; 14 (ii.) 

34(100); 15/1047; i? (v.) 14- 

'Axeuct, 'AXCUOI, at war with Athens, 

in. 86; Perikles in Achaia, in. 128. 

AxaijjievTjs, 'A)^aifj.cvi8T)s, Persian general 

in Egypt, m. 132, 135, 140. 
'AXGIS <pv\fi, at Thurioi, m. 346. 

ristophanes, VI. 145, 149. 
: 6 8eTva, II. 17. I ; Aiovvffios, 
I. 104 ; 'EiriKpdTTjs, VI. 29 (p. 247) ; 
'Epyafj.fvrjs, I. 105 ; KaXXiarparos, III. 
249; TtfioreAT??, v. 132; &i\OK\7Js, 
IV. 96 ; Xapiffos MeXavOiov, V. 182. 
s, river, III. 128. 
j, VIII. 144 (p. 339), 146, 147. 
vdrjs, archon, in. 378 ; V. 1 86. 
'Ai[/f<pi(av, 'Aiprjcpicw, archon, III. 26, 36. 



, Xerxes at, III. 2. 
Ba/8t/Aa>j/iot,revoltof,m. 2; their temples 

destroyed by Xerxes, in. 6. 
Ba@v\wvioi of Aristophanes, I. 89 ; in. 

250. 

J3agdbaxus = Mya@vos ) in. 9. 
"BaKTpa, BcttfTpta, Barcrpioi, revolt of, III. 

3 ; Hystaspes satrap of, ill. 8. 
"BaKxvXiSrjs 'lovXirjrrjs , at Syrakuse, 

vin. 88, 92, 94, 100. 
"BapyvXirjs, Bap-yvAiT/rat, II. 4 (iii.) 24 

(16.4); 5 (v.) l8b (16.4); 6 (iv.) 

II (16. 4} ; 7 (iii.) 14 (16 . 4) ; 8 (ii.) 

41 (66.4); 10 (iii.) 140 (16 . 4) ; 13 

(iv.) 33 (16.4); 14 () 68 (16.4)-, 

1 5 (ii.) 78 (16. 4). 
Bao-tAT/, ten) en os of, V. 166. 
BeAtrai/a?, III. 2. See B^Aos. 
HfvdiSeiov, TO, IV. 40. 
Be/xyafot, ii. 3 (iv.) 6 b (48) ; 4 (iv.) 23 ; 

8 (i). 5 c (48); 17 (vi.) 30 (52); 19 

(ii.) 46 (52). 
"Bcpvaioi, Bcpi/Tfrcu, VTTO rrj y IS]7, II. 1 (v.) 



11,12 (16.4); 3 (iii.) 2, 3 (16.4); 
6 (v.) 21 (16.4); 9(1.) 26(16.4). 

B^Aos, temple and tomb of, in. 5-7. 

~Br)ffaiev$ : 'EpyoK\fjs 'ApiffreiSov, I. 106. 

Bi'a, goddess, VI. 29 (p. 244). 

BiOvvtav fiaffiXcTs: Borctpa?, Aoi2aA<roy, 
Add. ill. 303 b. 

BtaaArat, V. 89. 

BtW ('A0pcw), archon, in. 75. 

60777?, Persian commander, in. 12, 18 = 
BOUTT/J. 

Rorjtipofju&v, month, IV. 1 06. 

Boicu, in. 117, 1 1 8. 

BotoV, in. 90. 

Botcun'a, Boicaroi, I. 5, 145; v. 112; 
battle of Tanagra, in. 92-108 ; con- 
sequent revolution, in. 109, no; 
Tolmides in B., in. 126; Boiotians 
in the Sacred W;ir, in. 189, 191 ; 
revolt of, III. 193-208 ; vi. 132. 

Eoicaria <pv\rj, at Thurioi, ill. 346. 

Botomos ! 'EpxofJicvov : - - - aAos 6 IIoA 
- - -, VII. 63. 

Eoffiropiavot, III. 306. 

Boffiropos Ki(j.jj.epios, ill. 298, 305. 

Eortipas, king of Bithynians, Add. in. 
303 b. 

BoTTtafot, II. 9 (ii.) 20 (200}. 

"BovOeiTJs 'EpvOpaiow, "BovOfia, II. I (iv.) 
19; 2 (i.) 4 b (16.4); 4 (i.) 17 b 
(16.4); 5 (ii.) 17; 6 (ii.) 35 (with 
others); 7 (iii.) 9 (1 . 4) ; 8 (i.) 15 b; 
10 (i.) 6b (10); ii fr., 72, 73 (i.) 
10 ; 12 (i.) 22; 15 (i.) 27? 15 (ii.) 17 
(16.4). 

BouAapxs 'ApiffTo0ov\ov, taxiarch, v. 

33- 

BouraS^s : paff(av t v. 1 99. 
Bourns, ill. 13 = 607775. 

I. 171. 
colony to, in. 317-319; Bpeaios, 

Bptarrjs, III. 318. 
Bpernot, III. 357. 
Bpovrivos, vin. 164 (p. 346). 
Bpoffvv . . 775 K?70j<Tieus, IV. 96. 
Bp"7Xfo TpwXV, 4 (i-) 12 (16 . 4) ; 

6 (v.)i2 (16.4); 8(ii.) 22 b; ii (v.) 

8c (16.4); 12 (v.) 21 (16.4); 14 

(ii.) 7 7; 1 9 (i.) 78 (16. 4). 
BpvKovvrioi, ii. 6 (iv.) 17 (16. 4) ; 8 (ii.) 

47(8.2). 
Bpv\\tavo', ii. 21 (ii.) 18; 26. 8. 



C C 



3 86 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



Bv0\os, in Egypt, ill. 132. 

Hvfavnov, captured by Pausanias, I. 
11-17; his behaviour there, I. 21; 
vi. 2, 5, 6, 9, 14; Kimon joins 
Athenian fleet there, ill. 16 ; export 
of corn from, in. 310; Athenian 
officers in, I. 154 ; share in revolt of 
Samos, in. 245 ; Bv^dvrtoi ? slain in 
Thrace; quota (BvfavTtoi, Bvtfavrioi}, 
II. 3 (v.) 6b; 5 (v.) 10 b (1500); 6 
(v.) 22; 8 (i.) 150 (480) and i6c 
(397 . 2} ; 12 (ii.) 26 (1571 . 4} ; 13 (ii.) 
22 (1571. 4); 14 (i.) 25 (1507.4}; 17 
(iv.) 26 ; 19 (ii.) 32 (1830) ; BV&VTIOS 
avrjp, informant of Pausanias the 
author, VI. 22 ; Ev^avreia \wpa, I. 17 ; 
Bofavria: KAcoj/ttfjj, VI. 9, II. 
, ii. 1 8 (vi.) 34 (50). 



TaXaTot, II. 18 (vi.) 8 (50) ; 19 (ii.) 73 

(50). 
TaX^tot, II. i (iii.) 15 (150) ; 3 (i.) 7 

(150); 5 (iii.) 3 b; 6 (iv.) 8 ; 7 (ii.) 

11 ; 8 (ii.) 40 (120} ; 9 (ii.) 15 (^0) ; 

12 (iii.) 3 (50); 13 (m.) 45 *5 (") 
54; I9 (ii.) 35 (16.4). 

Tdpfiptiov, rduPpiov, given to Themis- 
tokles, vi. 46 ; in the possession of 
Gorgion, vi. 23. 

, month, I. 73, 169 ; IV. 106. 
s, statue of, VIII. 136. 

Tapyaprjs, n. 3 (v.) 22 (7 ) ; 6 (iii.) 23 
(75); 13 (iO 34(77.4); 16 a (i.) 13; 
24. 7 (75). 

TapyrjTTioi : 'AydffiinTOS, IV. 95 ; OVKV- 
5/877?, vi. 99. 

re'A.a, Syrakusans appeal to, against 
Thrasybulos, VIII. 144 ; grave of 
Aischylos at, in. 26; vm. 78-80; 
reA<oi colonize Kamarina, vm. 9, 
151; are settled by Hieron at Aitna, 
vm. 47; expel tyrants, vm. 151; 
honour Aischylos, vm. 78. TeXyos : 
TeXcav, VIII. 7. 

?, reAAas, river, vm. 38, 79. 

Aeti/o/itVovs, tyrant of Syrakuse, 
victory at Himera, vm. 28, 31; 
treatment of Karthaginians, 10, 13- 
15 ; chronology of his reign, VIII. 
2-4, 7, 37 ; resettles Kamarina, 9 ; 
his rivals, 19 ; rewards and dedica- 
tions, 21-26; his position assured, 



27-3! > relations with Theron, 35- 
38 ; Chromios, 36 ; Phormos or 
Phormis, 106, 108 ; Anaxilaos, 132 ; 
his illness and death, 32-35 ; char- 
acter, 88, 119; his wife Damarete, 
10, ii ; his son, 142; mercenaries 
introduced into Syrakuse by him, 
146 ; end of the tyranny founded by 
him, 142 ; statue of him, 28, 29, 
3 1 ; his successors ; see 'lepuv, Ho\v- 



, see Ft Act. 
TevTiviot, II. 2 fr. 5. 10 (8.2}', 3 (i.) 

8 (8.2}; 6 (i.) 4 (8.2}; 8 (i.) 7 

(8.2}-, 9 (l} 21 (8.2}; 10 (i.) 5 c; 

ii (i.) 8b (8.2}; 12 (ii.) 2. 
Tepavda, Athenians occupy, ill. 92, 98. 
riycavos, II. 1 8 (vi.) 32. 
TXavicias Alax' lvov KvSaQrjvaifvs, tamias 

of Athena, V. 182. 
TXavKos 'Apyuos, sculptor, VIII. 136. 
T\avrcos of Rhegion, on Empedokles, 

vm. 164 (p. 345). 

T\avKfT7)S 'A^ftevs, general, in. 249. 
r\avKoov, general, sent to Korkyra, V. 

1 86 ; IK KfpafjitQji', general inSamian 

war, m. 249. 

T\avKojv, father ofXapfJLidrjs, VI. 129. 
Ykviccav, IV. 82. 
ro77vA,os 'Epfrpievs, VI. 2, 6, 23; his 

sons, 23. 
Toyyv\os Toyyfaov, in possession of 

Myrina and Gryneion, VI. 23. 
Topyias Xap/zwrtSou (Kap/^ai/TtSov) Atoi/- 

rivos, vm. 1 99-203 ; his teacher 

Empedokles, vm. 162, 179, 187; 

his rex" 7 ? faropircri, 179; remark on 

Kimon, vi. 72. 
Topyias of Plato, IV. 48, 50. 
Fopyicav ToyyvXov, in possession of 

Gambrion and Palaigambrion, vi. 

23- 

Topyoivos OiveiSov 'Ifcapievs, rap-ias rwv 
aX\cav 6(S)v, I. 1 08. 

Topywv (Me5ov<ra). III. IOO. 

Tparoj, AioaKovpiSrjs, VI. 54. 

Tpvvfiov, VI. 23 ; rpvveifjs, quota, II. 2 
(v.) 8b (16.4); 3 (v.) 4b; 6 (i.) 
15 (16.4); 8 (i.)i7 (26.4); 13 (i.) 
7 (16.4); 15 (i.) 13 (16.4}; 24. 3 
(33 . 2}. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



387 



Tvyrjs, king of Lydia, dedication at 

Delphoi, viu. 23. 
YvOeiov, Tvdiov, Gytheum, Tolmides at, 

in. 115, 118, 119; Lakedaimonian 

fleet at, vii. 12. 
Tv\iirnos K\(av8pi8ov (KXfdpxov} Aa- 

oaiftovios, III. 210, 361. 
TvXwv e/c Ke/xx/xcW, III. 298. 

: Kd\Xuriros 6 eTra\6s,V. 56. 



A --- tributary state, II. n (i.) lob. 

A --- epistates of public works, iv. 71. 

Aa --- tributary state, II. a fir. 5. 5. 

Acu5aAt5?7s: Xaptas, V. 116. 

Aatarparos Mavnvevs, VII. 51. 

AapapeTtiov v6fjiiff^a, VIII. II, 35. 

AapapfTrj rjpoovos, wife of Gelon, VIII. 
10, n, 35, 38 ; of Polyzelos, 38 ; coin 
named after her, u, 35. 

AafnapeTios, Aapdptros xp vff s ) vin - 2 4> 
26. 

Aafidrrjp, see 

ai, see 

, king of Pisa, vii. 88. 
AafjiowiSov "Oadfv, teacher of 
Perikles, vi. 108-115, 119. 

Aa^ojviSrjs, father of Adpcw, VI. ill. 

Aa.va.oi, in. 13, 20; VIII. 126. 

Aa.v8a.Krj, tributary state, III. 308. 

Advtirjs 'Apyeios, ivirca ardStov, 01. 77, 
VIII. 128. 

AapSavrjs, II. 4 (iv.) 9 (150) ; 6 (v.) 17 
(46} ; 8 (i.) IT c (54} ; 10 (i.) n c, 
ii fr. 72, 73 (ii.) 12; 12 (ii.) 6; 13 
(ii.) 3(100); 14 (i.) 12(100); 15 (i.) 
40 (100) ; cm<p., ibid., 41 (4. 2} ; 17 
(iv.) 19; 19 (i.) 100 (100); 21 (ii.) 
16. 

Aapeiafos (Aapefos) Bf/>ov, III. 3, 8, 9, 
10. 

Aapd/foi, VI. 7 2 - 

Aapftos "fffraffirov, king of Persia, VIII. 
109 ; Aristagoras flies from him, III. 
65 ; his expedition against Greece, 
Viii. 9 ; father of 'Axat/*^?/?, 
III. 135 ; of Mavbdvij. VI. 28 (p. 242) ; 
of Xerxes, in. 5 ; err. for 'Apraf epr]s, 
III. 1 80 (see Errata). 

Aapeios 3epov, see Aapaaios. 

Aapetos o veos, his wraKovarai. 

Aaptiost, AapTtos? xP vff s ) vin - 2 5 2 ^. 

Aacr/fuAetoi' v TLpoirovTidi, AaffftvXeiavoi, 

C 



II. i (v.) 16, 17 (8.2); 3 (iii.) 2 b, 
3 b; 5 (iv.) 6 b (8.2); i8(iv.) 7 ; 
l7rt<^). ibid. 9; 19 (ii.) ii (8.2). 
Adrov, m. 67. 

Aat/i'<oTtx'' rat ( Aa/moT.) , II. 3 (v.) 5 b > 
8(ii.)6b (16.4); 9 (i.) 24 (16.4)5 
10 (i.) 19 c (16.4); 12 (ii.) 3 ; 13 
(i.) 36 (16. 4); 14 (i.) 15 (16. 4); 15 
(i.) 38 (16.4); 17 (Iv.) 21 ; 19 (i.) 
99(16.4); 21 (ii.) 21. 
Afivapxos, orator, V. 126. 
ACIVO\OXOS 'EnixdpiJiov, 2vpa,KOvffios i\ 

'AKpayavrivos, VIII. 105. 
Aetvopdxr] MfyaK\eovs, mother of Alki- 
biades, vi. 132. 

irais (Hieron), VIII. 53. 54. 
, father of Te\ojv, VIII. 3, 7, 
24, 26, 30, 38, 108 ; of @paavl3ov\os, 
24, 26, 38 ; of 'Ifpav, 5, 20, 24, 26, 
38, 60, 86 (see AcivofjifVfios irais} ; of 

, 24, 26, 38. 

'lepojvos, VIII. 20 ; governor 
of Aitna, 46, 47 ; his dedication to 
Zeus Olympics, 4, 5, 112. 
Afivojv, historian, vi. 29 (p. 248). 
AairvoffOfpiffTai of Athenaios, vin. 106. 
A(K(\evs : ^oxpdvijs, III. 69. 
Aeias, father of Sfvofpavrj?, vm. no. 
AfgiKpdrrjs, general, III. 262. 
Afivofjios A.JHJ.VIOS, in. 293. 
Ae\<poi, delivered from the Phokians, 
m. 102; in the Sacred War, 188- 
191 ; the oracle, vi. 2, 6 (p. 236) ; 
vn. 77; Thurioi declared a Delphic- 
colony, III. 371. See also 'ATroAXwi/. 
Dedications at, i. 1-3; ill. 52; vi. 
3, 6 (p, 234), 10 ; vm. 21, 71, 108 ; 
A(\(piKov ffTf*na, vin. 172, 173. 
AT; idvftpa, nickname of Aspasia, vi. 141. 
ArjXiov, battle of, III. 203. 
Ar)\68oTos Kefos, in list of slain, I. 138. 
ArjXos, treasury at, I. 38, 41, 42 ; trans- 
ferred to Athens, 50-56 ; vi. 66. 
Ar}fj.d8r)s Ar)fj.ov Tlatavtfvs fiirfv, V. 7. 
ArjfJidpaTos, king of Sparta, in exile, vi. 

29 (p. 250), 46. 

AijfjtapfTtiov, ArjjMipfTT], see Aa/jiapeTdov , 
&c. 

, father of Arjudtys, v. 7. 

, oath by, I. 125 ; temples of : 
'E\(v<nvia at Eleusis, iv. 92 ; at 
Syrakuse, vin. 2 1 ; Hieroii intends to 



388 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



build temple at Aitna, ibid. ; Aafjt-drrjp 
<f>oiviKoir(a,vm. 123 ; A-fifJ.rjTposKopr), 
136. See also MaXoQopos. 

Arjfjirjrptos Tpoitfvios V rw KOLTCL 
ffoffuffTuv, VIII. 195. 

AtyjuTjT/Mos &a\t]pfvs, on Aristeides, v. 
142. See also $a\r)p(s. 

ATJIJ.OI of Eupolis, vi. 86, 141, 142, 156. 

ArjfjiOK\ttdT)s, IIT. 317. 

iu(TTOK\eovs, VI. 30, 36. 
l Zeu?, Aco*xdpovs epyov, IV. 29. 

Ar)fj.oaOevr]s, general, I. 106 ; 'AvrKpuv 
tv rfj irpbs TTJV ArjpoaOfvovs ypa(prjv 
airoXoyiq, I. 85. 

s, orator, \v TO) KO.T' 'Aptffro- 
, V. 171 ; IF TO) irposTifioOeov, 
IV. 41 ; 4^ TO) vara Tt/*o/c/>aTOVS, V. 
136. 

AijfjioffTparos, demagogue, I. 140. 

Ar)[n60Tpa.TOs, produces Eupolis' AVT<$- 
\VKOS, II. 30. 

ArjfioTLcuv, arch on, III. 1 6. 

Arjfj.o(pwv, lover of Phyllis, III. 278. 

Arjfio\a.pri^ ^ip.vXov IIoTa/os, tamias of 
Athena, v. 182. 

At - - - (tributary state), II. 10 (ii.) I c. 
, see 'AOijvai AidSes. 

of Alexandros, VI. 114. 

Aiatcpfjs dtro Xa.\Ki8ea)V, II. 1 8 (vi.) 25 
(13. 2); 19 (ii.) 90 (23.2). 

AtStyzo?, critic, VIII. 35. 

AiSv/JLOTtixirai,!!. I (iii.) 17, i8(16 .4) ; 
6(v.)i 4 (lfl.rf); 8(ii.) 2 6b; 9 (i.) 
25 (26.4); 12 (ii.) 4; 13 (i.) 37 
(26.4); 14 (i.) 16 (26.4); 15 (i.) 
39(26.4); 17 (iv.) 22; 19 (i.) 98 
(26.4) ; 21 (ii.) 20. 

Ai(irpe(J)T]s, father of 'EpfJi6\vKos, III. 38. 

Atr??, A. dTro (I*) rov"A6o}, II. 4 (i.) 15 
b (200); 6 (iii.) 25 (200); 9 (ii.) 13 
(200)?; 12 (ii.) 35 (200); 13 (ii.) 38 
(200); 14 (i.) 35; 15 (ii.) 56; 16 
(vi.) 7; 17 (v.) 20(200); 18 (v.) 24 ; 

'9 (.) 53- 

AIT/J, A. OTT^ KT/I/CUOV, II. 4 (i.) 16 b 
(26 . & ; 6 (iv.) 15 (88 . 2) ; 8 (ii.) 
45 (33.2}', 12 (v.) 25; 14 (i.) 76 
(33.2); 19 (i.) 81 (33.2). 

Aitcaia, Aitcata Trap' 'AfiSrjpa, II. I (iii.) 
9 b, 10 b ; 3 (i.) 15, 16 (50) ; 4 (i.) 
I3M50); 5 (".) 13 b (50); 6 (iv.) 
14 (50) ; 8 (ii.) 44 (50) ; 9 (ii.) 9 



(33 . 2) ; 10 (ii.) n c (33 . 2) ; 15 (ii.) 

^595 T 7 O'O J 95 18 (v.) 33- 
Ac/cam 'Eperpiaiv, AiKaioTro\Trai, A. 

'Eperpiuv diroiKoi, II. I (iii.) 19, 20 

(400); 5 (Hi.) 4 b; 7(5*0"! 8 (*) 

37, 38; 9 (ii.) 28 ; ii (iii.) 2; 12 

(iii) 17; 13 (iii.) 17; is(ii.)55; 17 

(vi.) 15 (200) ; 19 (ii.) 50. 
A'IKTVS Koi\(vs ?, epistates of public 

works, iv. 72. 
Aioyfvtjs, secretary to epistatai of public 

works, IV. 72. 
AioyvrjTos, I. 130. 
Aioyx 1 * BfVOK^eovs &\vf]0v, tamias of 

Athena, v. 182. 
AtoS . . oj ncua;j/i'8?7s, secretary to 

Hellenotainiai, ii. 8. 2. 
Atodcapos TlfpiTjyrjTris, V. 82 ; VI. 30. 
AtoScupos (V rS> irepl MiXrjTov, VI. 142. 
AtoScopos 'Etytffios, on Anaximandros, 

vm. 1 88. 
AtoScwpo? of Tarsos, epitnph of Aischylos 

by, vm. 79. 

AioftXrjs e/MffTOK\eovs, VI. 30. 
Aiovvffia, I. 73, 88, 89; III. 317. 
Aiovvffias irXarfia, in Thurioi, iii. 346. 
Aiovvaios, Hellenotamias, II. 19. 7. 
Aiovvaios 'Axapvfvs, Hellenotamias, I. 

104. 
Aiovvaios EutfAftSoy Hfipaievs, tamias of 

Athena, v. 182. 
Aiovvfftos b \a\KOvs, III. 349; cf. III. 

35 2 - 
Aiovvffios 'Apyeios, sculptor, vm. 108, 

136. 
Aiovvffios, tyrant of Syrakuse, vm. 142, 

144 (p. 340) ; the irpoffayuyiSfs of 

the Dionysioi, vm. 118. 
Aiovvffios Xa\/5ei;y, III. 352 ; cf. III. 

349- 

Aiovvcros, Kimon's sacrifice to, II. 152 ; 
statue of, vm. 136 ; A. Xooirorrjs at 
Magnesia, vi. 47. 

AioiTfiOrjs, psephisma of, vi. 151. 

Aioaeipirai, Aioffipirai, II. I (ii.) 4 b 
(26.4); 2 (iv.) 4 b (26 . 4) ; 5 fr. 25 
(ii.) 7 (26.4); 6 (iii.) 16 (26.4); 8 
(ii.) I3(*5.4); 13 (i.) 4 (S.2); 15 
(ii.) 7 (8.2); ITT^. ibid., 8 (5); 
16 a (i.) 22 ; 24. 10 ; 25. 10 (8 . 2). 

AiocrKovpiSrjs Tparos, at Magnesia, VI. 
54- 






INDEX NOMINUM. 



389 



Ai6ffKovpot, at Dipaia, VIT. 57. 
Aiorifios fypafifj-drfve TOIS Tpidfcovra, II. 

3- i. 
AioTipos 2T/>o/i/3i'xou Euowv/ievs, envoy 

to Susa, in. 179 ; general sent to 

Korkyra, v. 186. 
AioTtfjios, general in Sicilian expedition, 

m. 382. 
Ai6(pavTOs 'AfjupirpoirrjOeV) accuses Aris- 

teides of corruption, VI. 63. 
Anrcua, AtTratef?, battle, VII. 53, 56. 
AtvXXo? 'Epxtevs, Upoiroios, V. 199. 
Atubrjs KijcpiaievS) IV. 96* 
AotSaX<ros, king of Bithynia, III. 304; 

Add. 303 b. 

AuXovfs, in Skyros, in. 26-29. 
Aopv<ptXos 'IicapKvs, Hellenotamias, II. 

13 praescr. 

AovKfnos, attacks Katana, vin. 155. 
Aovpis Sa/xtos, historian, ill. 239, 250 ; 

vi. 12, 145. 

os, disaster at, in. 65, 69. 
- - , general sent to Korkyra, 

v. 1 86. 
ApaKovri8T]s ) tiriffTarrjs TWV irpvrdvfwv, 

I. 130. 

ApafcovriSTjs, attacks Perikles, VI. 151. 
Apeiravov 1 fv rr) H.poirovTidi ) Add. III. 

303 a. 

Apo(j.oK\i8r]s, archon, vil. 2. 
AvairovTioi, at war with Elis, VII. 88. 
AaSajvaios Zevs, VI. 29 (p. 249). 
Awpifis, at war with Phokians, ill. 90. 
Acapieis : Syrakusans, Geloans, Me- 

garians, vm. 47 ; Aitnaians, ibid. ; 

Dorians settled in Hiinera, 43 ; 

Dorian institutions of Aitna, 46, 47 ; 

dialect of Deinolochos, 105. 
Aw pis <pv\ri, at Thurioi, III. 346. 
Acap60eos Arjuvios, III. 293. 



'E - - ('H - - ?) tributary state, II. 2 (iv.) 



t, envoys from, Hi. 327; war 
with Lilybaion, 328. 
'ESpw\ioi, XeSpdiAiot, II. 6 (iv.) 3 (8.2); 
8(ii.) 33 (. ); 17 (vi.) 25(8.2); 



, Hilotae, Pausanias and the 
Helots, vi. 6; revolt, in. 115; vii. 
64-85. 



EiTfaios : TIJJ.OK\TJS, I. 108. 

Eiprivr], in comedy of Aristophanes, III. 
219; altar of, in. 160, 162. SeePax. 
wv, month, v. 188. 
Xerxes at, in. 2. 

3 EKex l p' ia > crowning Iphitos, group at 
Olympia, vm. 136. 

'EA.cua, 5 EA.atea, 'EX. uapa Mvptrai/, 
'EXaurat, 'EX. irapaL Mvpivav, II. 3 
(iii.) 4 (16.4}; 4 (iv.)6 (16 . 4} ; 9 
(i.) 18 (16.4); II fr. 72, 73 (ii.) 9 
(16.4); I3(i.)i8; 15 (i.) (-Z6 . 4) ; 
i6a (i.) 12; 19 (i.) 32; 20.4. 

'EXatovaioi, in Ionian district, II. 6 (ii.) 
35 (with others) ; 8 (i.) 16 b ; 10 (i.) 
7 b (75); ii (i.) 5 b (1.4); la (i.) 
a 5 ; i 4 (i.)8(i.rf); 1 5 (ii.) 2 1 (1.4). 

'EXatov<riot, in Hellespontine district, 
ii. 8 (i.) 12 c (50); 9 (v.) 28; 10 
(iv.) 19 c; ii fr. 71. 9; 12 (ii.) 21 
(50); 13 (ii.) 15 (50) ; 14 (ii.) 24 ; 17 
(v.) ii (50); 19. (ii.) 22 (50). 

*EXa$77/3oXta;j/, month, i. 129 ; iv. 1 06. 

'EX carat : J AXt8a/ias, VIII. 199; 2ajv<uv t 
VI. 124; 'EXfariK^ ayojjfi, VIII. 109. 

'E\vrj of Sophokles, vi. 44 ; nickname 
of Aspasia, vi. 142. 

'EXfveeptos Zevs, VIII. 129, 146. 

'EXcucrts, 'EXetxrtctot, temple and festival 
at Eleusis, iv. 92, 105, 106 ; 
IV. 106 ; 'EXevatvia 
, IV. 92 ; 'EXfvfftvicav rptrrus, 
V. 17. 'EXfvaiviot : AtVxvAoy, n. 15. 
4; "SofftidSr}?, n. 12. i; 6 SctVa, iv. 

78. 
EXXaj/tos, historian, III. 364 ; Vii. 

43- 

'EXXrjvifcbs oprcos, III. 1 80. 

'EXXTyo'Troi'Ttos 'Epxievs, tamias of Ath- 
ena, v. 182. 

'EXX^O-TTOJ/TOS, bridge over, VI. 35 (p. 
254) ; Pausanias in, I. 12 ; vi. 6, Ii ; 
tribute-district, I. 72 ; collection of 
money from, I. 101 ; 'EXXtjairovnos 
<p6pos, II. 12 (i.) 34; 13 (i.) 35; 14. 
9 ; 15. 26; 17 (iv.) 13; 19 (i.) 94; 
21 (ii.) 8. 

'EXXoma, 'EAXowiot, III. 222. 

^EXiriviicr], sister of Kimon, v. 77 (Aa> i- 
KTJ), 82; and Perikles, in. 153; vi. 
92, 93, 144; and Polygnotos, iv. 62. 

'BATHS of Epicharmos, vin. 1 20. 



390 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



VIII. 42. 
s, the elder, grandfather of 

the philosopher, vni. 164. 
'Ef*,irf5o/e\7Js 'AKpayavrtvos, philosopher, 

his birth, date, and teachers, vni. 

159-165 ; democratic activity, 166- 

168; upsets the * Thousand,' 169; 

influence over the masses, 172-174; 

at Thurioi, in. 372 ; vm. 164; goes 

to Peloponnesos, 170, 171 ; at Olym- 

pia, 175, 176 ; his writings, 177-183 ; 

his pupil Gorgias, 199, 200 ; his 

wonderful works, 178, 184-191; 

stories of his death, 191-195; statue 

194. 

'E^Ao , IV. 94. 

'Evvea 6801, disaster of, ill. 63-69, 277, 

278, 280. 

'Evvta rvpfffis, tomb of Gelon, vin. 32. 
'Efa/fCTo?, father of Empedokles ?, vin. 

175. See SeVeros. 
'EcuV7-os 'E/in-fSo/fAcovj, VIII. 175. 
'ETra/tcti'cyj/, archon, v. 192. 

'Em , Hellenotamias, v. 116. 

'Eiriyovoi, statues of, VII. 62. 
'EmSavpos, 'EiriSavpiot, Epidaurians at 

Plataiai, I. I, 5 ; Tirynthians in Epi- 

dauros, vn. 33 ; E. at war with 

Athens, in. 78. 

of Ion, III. 248. 

'Axapvtvs, friend of Themis- 

tokles, vi. 29 (p. 247). 

liffavSpos, VI. 1 30. 
, part of Syrakuse, vin. 146. 
father of 'Emxapivos, v. 

182. 

mxApils, father of - - KOS e/c Rfpaptow, 

H. 18. i. 

mxapi . . s 'AiKpirpoirrjOev, epistates of 

public works, IV. 71. 

mxapwos 'Eirix a P ~ ~ > tamias of 

Athena, v. 182. 

nixapnos, comic poet, origin and date, 

vin. 101-103 ; his contemporaries 

Phormos, 106; and Xenophanes, 109 ; 

his work in comedy, 102, 104; his 

son or pupil Deinolochos, 105 ; 

quoted, |j/ 'E\iri8i 77 nA.oirro>, 120; 

kv Ndtrots, 56. 

paTooecvrjs, m. 179; Vf pl /u/x<pSta>i/, 

vni. 8 1 ; v TOIS 'O\vnmoviKais, 164 ; 

irfpl n\ovrov, vi. 29 (p. 249). 



is, Hellenotamias, I. 



105. 



'Epyorc\i]s 'ApiareiSov "Brjaaievs, Helleno- 

tamias, I. 1 06. 
'EpyoT\rjs : ol ircpl 'E., pursue Themis- 

tokles, vi. 29 (p. 247). 
'EpyoTfXrjs 'Ipepcuos, victor at Olympia, 

VIII. 129. 
'E/><ros?, colony to, in. 312; 'Epemos : 

baivias, VIII. 23. 
'Epcrpia, colony to?, in. 312 ; 'Epfrpifjs, 

at Plataiai, 1. 1 ; in revolt of Euboia, 

in. 216; oath imposed on, I. 130; 

quota, n. 6 (v.) ii ; 8 (ii.) 21 b; 12 

(v.) 30; 14 (ii.) 79; 1 6 a (ii.) ii 

(300); 19 (i.) 77; their colony at 

Pithekussai, vin. 161 ; 'Eperpiwv 

Aittaia, see AIKCUO,. 'Eperpteis : Toy- 

7i5\os, VI. 2, 6, 23 ; Ka\\nriros, III. 

313; 'EperpiKri ywr) 'A.pTa.pdvov, VI. 

29 (p. 249). 
'Epfxtofk <pv\fi, ni. 80, 292, 317; v. 

187. 

'Epivcov, city of Doris, in. 90. 
'Epivrjs, ii. 2 (i.) 6b (68. 5) ; 9 (iii.) 27 

(16.4)' t H (iv.) 12 c (16.4). 
'Epfjiai, ol XiQivot, III. 13, 20, 21. 
'Eppaiuv, month in Halikarnassian 

calendar, in. 287. 
'Epftrjaikfcas, Athenian proxenos in 

Chios, in. 248. 
'Ep/jiiovfjs, at Plataiai, I. I, 5 (offoi 

'Epfjuova olnovaiv) ; at Halieis, vn. 

Si- 

"Epfju-mros, comic poet, iv. 151. 
"E/j/itTTTro?, philosopher, VTII. 164 (pp. 

345, 346), I9 1 - 
wv, see 'EpfjuovfjS. 

'E<pfffios, and the laws of 
the twelve tables, ill. 332, 333, 336. 
*Ep}i6\vKos Aifirpf(povs, dedication by, 
III. 38. 

father of 'Aairaaia the 



younger, VI. 141. 

'EpoStoi, n. 5 (iv.) 12 b (8.2). 

'EpvOpaioi, contract with Athens, I. 125- 
127; quota, II. 5 (v.) 7b (855); 6 
(ii.) 32 ; 8 (i.) Jib and (ii.) 22 c 
(33.2); 10 (i.) 2b; n fr. 72, 73 
(ii.) 8 (700); 12 (i.) 21; 15 (ii.) 16 
(700); i6a(i.) 21; 20. 19; 25. 13; 
'EpvepaToi Kal X[a\Ki5rjs ?] , 19 (i.) 44. 



INDEX NOM1NUM. 



39i 



See also 



, 'E\aiovaioi, 



TTOVTIOV, v. 182 ; At'vAAoy, v. 199 ; 
...... 77?, v. 186. 

s, in Boiotia, VII. 63. 

i, 'Opxo/JLfvioi of Arkadia, I 

5- 

of Klearchos, vi. 144. 
, statue of, VIII. 136. 

'EffTiaia, 'lariala, 'EaTiairjs : in the 
revolt of Euboia, in. 208, 209, 211, 
216 ; inhabitants removed to Make- 
don, in. 216, 217; kleruchy in H., 
in. 218-222; quota, n. 6 (iv.) 6; 
8 (ii.) 36 (16 . 2) ; 'EffTicu60ev : 
'O ..... , iv. 95. 

'Erfapxos KvSaOrji/aifVs, IV. 96. 

'ErfOftapirdOtoi ! KapndOov, II. 18 (vi.) 
14(16.4); 19 (ii.) 76(^6. 4\ 

'EToifj.api8as, VII. 2. 

Eu --- , secretary to Hellenotamiai, n. 

10. I. 

EvayyfXos, steward of Perikles, VI. 160 
(p. 287). 

Eijfloia, Ev/3oV, revolt and reorganiza- 
tion of, in. 112, 127, 208-222, 228, 
233, 288, 289, 311-314; exploited 
by Athenians, v. 22 ; vi. 82 ; estate 
of Lysimachos in, VI. 71 ; ra if pa rcL 
\K TWV xprjap.Siv vntp Evftoias, I. 130; 
airo Evftoias ^rvptis, at Plataiai, I. 5. 
Evfiofis: 'lepoitXcrjs, in. 219. 

Ev&ois <pv\r], at Thurioi, III. 346. 

Ev8a/^t5as Maj/Tivet's, VII. 51. 

of Epicharmos, vin. 102. 

i'a^AuerTfos, secretary 
to tamiai of Athena, v. 186, 190. 

Eu0i7T7ros 'Ava(j)\vffTios } friend of Kimon, 

Til. 102. 

Ev9nriTos, archon, in. 135 ; vin. 147. 
, archon, ill. 151. 
s, general, V. 36. 
EvOvntvrjs, archon, in. 278 ; IV. 71, 103. 
EvOwos, archon, I. 108, 129. 
EvK\ei8ov kiovvaios Ucipaievs, v. 182. 
EvicXfjs, secretary of prytany, I. 129. 
EvrcXrjs, general, ill. 278. 
Evpsvifas of Aischylos, in. 71 ; vin. 

78. 

EvuokmSat, at Eleusis, iv. 106. 
Evcivos irdvTOS, Athenians in, in. 305 



ff. ; limit of Athenian supremacy, I. 

33 ; krater of Pausanias at mouth of, 

VI. 14. See also Tlovros. 
Evevi8ijs of Epicharmos, vin. 102. 
EvireiQrjs, epistates of prytany, v. 155. 
Eviro\is, comic poet, V. 82 ; AVTO\VKOS, 

II. 30 ; Iv Allots, vi. 86, 141, 145, 

156 ; ev Ko\aiv, in. 254 ; cv Uokeaiv, 

i. 48, 88, 155 ; 3>i\ois, vi. 142. 
Evpinos : Xa\Ki8eis of Iwt TO) Eu., I. 5. 
Evpv^drrjs, slain by Sophanes, in. 69. 
Evpv0id8rjs 2irapTiaT7)s, III. 323 ; VI. 28. 
, see Evpv<pwv. 

ii. 6 (iv.) 1 6 (16.4)', 8 

(ii.) 46 (16 . 4\ 
EvpvpfSoji', battle of, I. 31 ; in. 42 ff. ; 

alleged peace after, in. i6of. ; tribute 

districts after, I. 70. 
Eu/>u7TToA6/ios Me-ya/eAeou?, father of Iso- 

dike, v. 82; vi. 139; cousin of 

Perikles, v. 92. 

EvpvirTo\ffj.os } the younger, vi. 140. 
Evpvirv\rj, avOfj, III. 256. 
EvpvffaKrjs Aiavros, ancestor of Alki- 

biades, VI. 132. 
Evpv<puv, Eiipvpucw, father of Hippo- 

damos, in. 355 ; iv. 37, 43. 
EureA?;? A^i/to?, in. 292. 
EVTVX>I$ Armvios, III. 293. 
Evcpepo - - , IV. 89. 

Evcpopicuv, father of Aischylos, VIII. 78. 
Ev(ppa.T7)s } river, ill. 179. 
Evx a P l - - 'A.(pi8vaios, secretary to epis- 

tatai of public works, iv. 94. 

VS : AtOTt/iOS, V. l86. 

, remains Persian after Persian 
war, i. 7 ; Themistokles lands at, vi. 
35 ; 'E<peffioi quota, II. 2 (iv.) 5 b 
(750) ; 3 (v.) 13 (750) ; 8 (i.) 23 c 
(750): 9 (i.) 3; 10 (v.) 4 c; n (i.) 
2b(600); 12 (i.) 31; I 3 (i.)32; 14 
(i.) 4 ; 15 (ii.) 14 (600); 19 (i.) 60 
(750) ; 25. II. 'E<peaioi : Aiodcapos, 
vm. 188; 'Ep^oScypoy, m. 332, 333. 
'E</>tdAT?/s 2o(pQ}viSov, expedition into 
Persian seas, ill. 160 ; attack on 
Areiopagos, v. 69-74, 77, 83, 91, 92; 
vi. 72 ; E. and Perikles, v. 91, 92 ; 
vi. 100, 1 60 (p. 286); opposes Spartan 
request for aid, vii. 65 (p. 299) ; 
murder, V. 85-88; character, vi. 
78-84. 



39 2 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



"EQopos, historian, Hi. 43, 213, 239; VI. 

29 (p. 248), 31 5 vii. 3 1 - 
'Ex - - , on coin of Akragas, VHI. 13 1 
TJ/KWS, IV. 62. 



toi, see 'HAefoi. 

see 
Mavrtvevs, VII. 51. 

: Anaxilaos tyrant of, vm, 63, 
65, 132 5 Ztry/fAcuoi expel children of 
Anaxilaos, 151; Xenophanes at Z., 
no. See also Meffffrjvr]. 
Zamnrtos, Tolmides at, III. 115 ; oirXirai 

ZaievvOicav, I. 140. 
ZdAeu/cos, law-giver, I. 197, 198. 
ZeAeiarcu, n. 3 (v.) 8 b ? 14 (n.) 26. 
Zevt'5a/ios AewTuxtSou, death of, VII. 7 ; 

his son 'Apxt'8a/xos, VII. 7> ^5- 
Zets, inscription in praise of, at Selinus, 
vm. 150; oath by, I. 125; Kepavvu 
Zrjvos TjvOpaKOJp.fvos, Tvtydus, VIII. 73 ; 
Aios opvis, VIII. 92 ; invoked by Pin- 
dar, vm. 1 8, 38, 50 (see Kpoviwv) ; 
Zeus /ecu ATJIJ.OS, work of Leochares, at 
Athens, IV. 29. 
Zeus AtuSofl'afos, oracle of, vi. 29 (p. 249). 
Zetis 'E\evOpios, proposed erection of 
statue of, at Syrakuse, vm. 146; 
IvX*], daughter of, vm. 129. 
Zevs 'lOojpcnas, VII. 66. 
Zeus 'OXv/Jimos, temple at Olympia, in 
100; vn. 86; at Akragas, vm. 149 
statues of, at Olympia, I. 5 ; in. 233 
vm. 22, 135, 136; by Pheidias, iv 
81 ; vii. 91-94, 97; dedications to 
in. 1 13, 378 ; vii. 84, 85 ; vm. 4, 60 
112; sacrifices by Alkibiades and 
Leophron to, vm. 139 ; fine to, I. 130 
Zevs evios KOL Kapaios (Perikles), VI 

86 ; 6 axwoKftyaXos, iv. 100. 

Ze<pvpia AoKpis, vm. 53. 

Zrjvuv 'EXear^s, pupil of Parmenides 

vm. 164 (p. 346) ; inventor of dia 

lectic, vm. 179, 180, 181 ; teache 

of Perikles, vi. 124, 125, 152. 

Zwirvpos, death of, in. 2 ; father o 

Megabyzos, in. 139. 

'H - - - (tributary state), see 'E - - 
'HfT]ffay[6pas~\, of Amisos, in. 303. 



ity'as, sculptor, p. 185. 

HSuAos $i\at5i]s, Hellenotamias, I. 105. 

HSwoi, defeat Athenians, in. 64, -69 ; 
defeat Milesian colonists, 65. 
eTtwveto, in Peiraieus, IV. 7. 

Ht&v, Athenians at, ill. 12-14, 18, 20, 
2.1, ? 24, 278 ; 'Es [ 5 H]ioi/(a) 'A/3%>i- 
T&vl, II. 8 (i.) 170(100). 

HXeta (f>v\rj, at Thurioi, ill. 346. 

HXefot, see^HAts. 

HAefos Ki/Mtfvos, V. 82. 
AtoSwpos, historian, tv a irfpl rrjs 'A.0rj- 
vrjffiv aiepoiroXfCOS, IV. 103. 

HAts, 'HAefot, faAetoi, at Plataiai, I. I, 
5 ; constitution, VII. 34-43 5 'HAetW 
TToAirem of Aristoteles, vn. 38 ; Elis 
at war with Pisa, vn. 86-89 ; extent 
of Eleian territory, vii. 89; Athenian 
spoils from, ill. 86 ; in alliance with 
Athens, v. 41, 42 ; Pheidias at Elis, 
iv. 81; Athena of Kolotes at, vii, 
93 ; Eleian story of Phormis' mare, 
vm. 1 08 ; speech of Hypereides to 
Eleians, VII. 38. 'HAefoi : 'Apiaro- 
STJ/JOS, VII. 38; "I^ros, VIII. 136. 
See also 'OAuynTrm. 
AoflaATfc, father of Epicharmos, vm, 

101. 

Themistokles in, vi. 29 (p. 
246). 
"Hpa, of Argos, vii. 23, 26 ; see 'H/>cuov; 

"Hpa 2teAta, temple of, vm, 28. 
"Hpa, nickname of Aspasia, VI. 141, 142. 
'Hptuov, at Argos, vn. 26, 29. 
'HpdAeta in Lucania, in. 360, 378, 379. 
'Hpa/cAem iv IlcWy, m. 308 (tribute, 2 
talents) ; Lamachos and Heracleena. 
in. 301 ; Pausanias at H., vi. 9. 
'Hpa/cAeta irXaraa, at Thurioi, ill. 346. 
'HpcttfAefScu, of Aischylos, VIII. 48. 
'HpaAti8a' tttfovoi, VIII. 46. 
c HpaAet'S77S kv TO) irepl voacav, VIII. 164, 
184. 

, of Kyme, VI. 29 (p. 248). 

Ae/i/3os, 6 rov Zapairicavos, 
VIII. 183; tv T^ (rSiv Sarvpou piwv} 
firiTow, VIII. 175. 

'H/3aAet57;s TIovrtKos, III. 239 (p. 139); 
VIII. 191, 194; fv TOIS Trfpl v6i*an>, 

III. 370- 

: Nu/i^xs, VI. 14. 
^s, at Marathon, IV. 63; at 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



393 



Selinus, vm. 150; descendants of, 

vi. 14 ; vii. 2. 

'HpoSiitos, brother of Gorgias, VIII. 199. 
'HpoSoros, historian, in. 2, 364; VI. 29, 

(p. 244), 44; vii. 1 8 ; vm. 136. 
'Hp6(pvTos 2a.fj.ios, and the spoils of 

Byzantion, I. 15, 

'H/xwa TrAartfa, at Thurioi, in. 346. 
'HpcuSrjs, Antiphon on the murder of, I. 

1 80. 

'UaioSos, statue of, viii. 136. 
"Hcratot, "Uaffioi, n. I (iii.) 9 (200) ; 5 fr. 

25 (ii.) 6 (100); 9 (v.) 15; 24. i 
^ (200). 
'HfyaiOTtTJs, 'H<pai(TTirjs, 'Hfycuffarifjs, II. 

2 (iii.) 7 b ; 8 (i.) 8 c (37) and (ii.) 

250(277.2); io(iv.)i8c; n (v.) 

9 c (300); 12 (v.) 33; 13 (v.) 36 

(300); 14 (i.) 82 (300); 17 (iv.) n. 
*H(paiffTos, treasury of, at Athens, V. 

192; Hephaistos in Aitna, vin. 72, 

73- 

apyr)\ia 'ids, Aspasia's model, vi. 141. 
Qaaeaprjs, II. 4 (iv.) 28 (8.2} ; 6 (iii.) 3 

(8.2); 14 (i.) 55 (). 
euros, Athenians slain in, ill. 24 ; 
revolt of aaioi, in. 57-60; made 
tributary, i. 133; in. 61, 62 ; quota, 

II. i (iv.) 14 (300) ; 3 (v.) 20 (300) ; 
4 (iv.) 3 (300); 6 (v.) 9 (246) ; 8-(i.) 
6c (54) and (ii) 19 b; II (iii.) 15 
(3000); 15 (ii.) 53; 17 (vi.) 7 (3000); 
18 (v.) 35 (3000) ; 19 (ii.) 56 (3000) ; 

III. 62 (3000). Qdffioi : Uo\v~fV(aros y 
iv. 66, 67; ^TrjaifjippoTos, VI. 144, 
150. 

Qca-yfvfibrjs, &ayeviSr]s, archon, vii. 23, 
71 ; VIII. 96. 

0eaiT77Tos, of Plato, VIII. 162. 

&iKvi\uve . . 2apv(rffGj\\o.s, HI. 287. 

^iar6K\ciov, VI. 57. 

(fj.iaTOK\TJs NcotfAeovs, parentage, in. 
324 ; pupil of Anaxagoras and 
Melissos?, ill. 240; designs on the 
West, in. 322 324; fortification of 
Athens, iv. 3-12 ; of Peiraieus, IV. 
15-20, 50; building of Odeion, iv. 
10 1 ; of temple of Artemis, VI. 26, 
29 (p. 245); his naval improvements, 
in. 43 ; extortions from islanders, vi. 
35, 29 (p. 244) j plot against Lake- 



daimonian fleet, vii. 10-12; defeats 
Lakedaimonian policy in Amphik- 
tyonic council, vii. 13; disliked by 
Lakedaimonians, v. 82; vii. 13; 
opposed to Aristeides, v. 66 ; to 
Kimon, vi. 72 ; democratic views, v. 
66 ; attacks Areiopagos, v. 70 ; re- 
lations with Pausanias, vi. 29, 31-33, 
44 ; fall, exile, and death, vi. 28-62 ; 
cf. m. 51, 152; VI. 63, 64, 95; 
Magnesian coinage, VI. 50; his re- 
mains brought to Athens, VI. 44; 
his character, vi. 59-62 ; Plato on 
him, vi. 66 ; Stesimbrotos on him, 
vi. 144; his portrait, vi. 29 (p. 245) ; 
his children, vi. 30, 36, 54, 55, 58; 
memorials, vi. 54-57 a; festival in 
his honour, vi. 57 a ; his achieve- 
ments and those of Myronides, in. 
107 (p. 108). 

Qefu(TTOK\f)s 'A.9rjva?os, contemporary of 
Plutarch, vi. 30. 

eoSoo-f'a, III. 306. 

QfoScapos, archon, ill. 305; IV. 81. 

QfoSwpov 'Ap . . . ijs QopiKLos, V. 39. 

eoAAos Xpcu/mSou 4Auevs, secretary to 
tamiai of Athena, v. 189. 

eoTTO/wros, historian, III. 105, 180, 181, 
189, 217, 302, 318; IV. 4; VI. 29 
(pp. 247, 250), 75, 99; vm.^23, 114. 

Qfoirofjiiros KOJfu/c6s } fv SrpaTtwTtat, V. 
1 06. 

QeotypaffTos, philosopher, r. 50; ill. 211; 
vi. 29 (p. 247), 40, 66, 145; vm. 
164 (p. 346) ; Iv a' TWV iroXiTtKUV, I. 
163 ; \v b' TWV TT., vi. 145 ; tv roTs 
TTfpl BcurtActas, vi. 29 (p. 247) ; ev T& 
irfpl IvpffrjvSiv, VIII. 13. 

QepfMioi, 0. If 'Iitapu, t 'Itcapov, II. 3 
(v.)6 (50); 4 (:i.) I (50); 5 fr. 25 
(ii.)i 3 (50); 6(i.) 27; 8 (i.) 29; 13 
(i.) 5 (50) ; 15 (i.) 17 ; 19 (i.) 34 J 2 3 
(iii.) 2. 

epp.oirvXa.i, battle of, ill. 136; VI. 21 ; 
Vii. 23. 

rjs, at Plataiai, I. I. 
i. 5. 

faffa\oi (CTT.), Thessalian 
merchants attacked by Skyrians, 
III. 26 ; alliance with Athens, ill. 70 ; 
Thessalians at Tanagra, in. 92, 93 ; 
Myronides in Thessaly, m. 121,122; 



394 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



Lakedaimonians in, vn. 6, 7 ; attempt 
to oust Thessalians from Amphik- 
tyonic Council, VII. 13 ; f<r<raAoi 
ir\ovffiot, VI. 93 ; (TTa\uv TrcveaTcia, 
vii. 80 ; (Tra\oi ? found New 
Sybaris, in. 343 (cf. 342). frra\oi : 
ovKv5idt]s, VI. 99 ; Kd\\nnros 6 Tvp- 
TOJVIOS, V. 56; To/wAAas, III. 136. 

0e<ro-aAds Kipcuvos, V. 82. 

fTTaAof, see ecreraAi'a. 

0eTTaAos, founder of New Sybaris, in. 
342 (cf. 343). 

fj(3cu, Qrjfiaioi (see also Botwrot), 
attempt to oust them from Arnphik- 
tyonic Council, vn. 13 ; at war with 
Athens, in. 107 ; revolution, in. 
no; defeat Athenians in Pelopon- 
nesian War, I. 29 ; join second 
confederacy, I. in, 112 ; Theban 
hegemony, I. 27, 33. Qrj&aioi : 'Apia- 
ffroyeiTcav, vn. 63 ; IltVSapoj, vm. 88 ; 
"f-naroSajpos, VII. 63. 

Tjpatot, I. 73. 

Qr)pap,tvr)s' f A'yvQ}vos, VI. IOI. 

rjpcav AlvrjffiSanov, tyrant of Akragas, 
his ancestors, vin. 38 ; his relations 
with Gelon, vm. n, 35, 38; with 
Hieron, 20, 38, 56; with Polyzelos, 
in. 341 ; vm 35, 38 ; with Hippo- 
krates and Kapys, 40, 41 ; treatment 
of Himera, vin. 39, 43 ; succeeded 
by Thrasydaios, in. 128; rjpojvos 
paavSaios, vm. 38, 39. 

Qrjaavpo'i, IV. 67. See Tja(tov. 

0?7<7fa, institution of, m. 33. Cf. 



dai, Athenians, vm. 79. 
rjcr?ov t iv. 39 ; foundation of, in. 34, 

65-66 
Qrjatvs Alyecas, his bones brought to 

Athens, ill. 26 ff. ; IV. 65 ; sacrifice to, 

m. 86 ; Theseus at Marathon, iv. 63 ; 

his temple at Athens, iv. 69. See 



, and the sons of Gongylos, vi. 



23- 



Qopairjs : ~K\firo(pS>v f m. 249 ; 6 8fiva, 

iv. 72. 
Qopitcioi : 'Ap ... 77? eoSwpov, V. 39 ; 

Kapicivos, V. 1 1 6. 
&ov8mrros, I. 72. 

TapyrjTTics, VI. 99. 



ovKv8i8rjs QerraXos, VI. 99. 

QOVK vSidrjs Me \rjcriov 'AXajirftcrjOfV, leader 

of oligarchs and opponent of Perikles, 

vi. 97-104, 120, 160 (p. 286); pupil 

of Gorgias, vm. 202 ; Stesimbrotos 

on, vi. 144. 
ovKv8i8r)s 'O\6pov, historian, I. 40 ; in. 

189, 239, 267, 278, 364; v. 90; vi. 

6. 29 (pp. 247, 248), 31, 35, 44, 53, 

99, 100, 160 (p. 286). 
ovKv8i8r]s Havraivov, VI. 99. 
00^'a, spring, m. 346, 347, 351 (cf. 

34)- 

ovpia TrAarefa, in Thurioi, III. 346. 

QovpiaKoi, see ovpioi. 

Qovptva TrAarctia, in Thurioi, III. 346. 

Qovpiot, ovpiov, city; Qovpioi, people : 
foundation and history of Thurioi, 
m. 338-380 ; v. 89 ; Empedokles at, 
VIII. 164. ovpios : 'IirnuSafjios, IV. 43. 

QovpiopavTets, III. 347, 351,352. 

ovpiov, see Qovpioi. 

pater], pq.Kia, @pa,KCs, Athenians in 
Thrace, m. 11-24, 2700 ; Strymonian 
Thrakians, in. 13, 19, 278; Edonians, 
m. 63 ff. ; of the Chersonese, m. 290 ; 
Athenian kleruchies, see Xfpa6v7)<ros, 
Epea ; Kleon in Thrace, VI. 99 ; 
Thrakian tribute-district (ai eirl 
pater)? TroAets), p. n, I. 72; the 
allies in, I. 149, 170; in the revolt 
of Samos, p. 142 ; Athenian officers 
in Thrace, I. 157; km (OTTO) ptj.K7)s 
<f>6po$, pamoi $., u. 12 (ii.) 27; 13 
(ii) 31 ; 14. 27; 15. 44; 17 (v.) 13; 
19 (ii.) 3.] ; cities of, see MeVS?;, 
NeaTroAts. pq : 'Op<pik, VIII. 36. 

pa/j,&aioi (see also 'S/ticwaioi), ii. 9 (ii.) 
33(76.4); io(iii.)6U6.4); ii (iii.) 
8 (16. 4~); 12 (iii.) 23 (16.4}; 14 (i.) 
39; I5(i.) 4 8; 1 7 (v.) 39 (16. 4); 19 
(ii.) 60. 

QpavifJTcu, II. 2 (i.) 9b (17. 1~) ; 4 fr. 
20. 8. 

pacrvfiovXos Afivo/JLtvovs, tyrant of Syra- 
kuse,vni. 38 ; chronology of his reign; 
vm. 2 ; dedication at Delphoi, vm. 
24, 26; succeeds Hieron, 140; his 
fall, 142-144, 146. 

paffv(3ov\os, general at Arginusai, v. 
48. 

paffv8aios Tjpwos, attacks Hieron, 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



395 



viii. 38 ; governor of Himera, 39 ; 

tyranny at Akragas, and fall, 128. 
Qpaaoov BovraSrjs, Hellenotainias, v. 

199. 

parrot, of Kratinos, IV. 100. 
Qv8a - - (tributary state), n. 4 (v.) 28 

(16.4). 

: AvaiQeos, V. 187. 
t, ii. 3 (iv.) 7 (66 . 4) ; 4 (ii.) 18 b 

(66.4); 5 (iii.) 17 b (150} ; 9 (ii.) 12 

(100); 10 (iii.) 4 (100) ; n fr. 72, 73 



37 (100); 17 (v.) 1 8 (100); 18 (v.) 
16; 19 (ii.) 45 (100). 



'la\vffos, see IrjXvffiot. 

"lavfs, Bee "loaves. 

'lairvyes, at war with Taras, viii. 68, 69 ; 
their king Opis, 71. 

'las QvX-fj, in Thurioi, in. 346. 

'las: 0ap7?;A.ta, VI. 141. 

'laaijs, II. 5 (v.) 15 b (100); 8 (i.) 240 
(100); 9(v.)i 9 ?; io(v.) 9 c; 13 (iv.) 
2 9 (100); I 4 (ii.)62; 19 (i.) 64 (100). 

'larat, 'IfjTCu, n. I (v.) 14 (100) ; 2 (iv.) 
6b(100); 3 (i.) 13(100); 5(iv.)i7b 
(); 6(v.) I 5 (14); 8(ii.)2 5 b; 10 
(iv.) 140; 12 (v.) 27 ; 14 (ii.) 74; 15 
(i.) 89 (50) ; 19 (i.) 82 (50). 

'1877, see JZepvaioi vn& Ty'lSy. 

'iSo/zcpevs, father of &i\6vt)s KrjtyiffKvs, 
v. 182. 

us, historian, V. 87 ; VI. 60, 99. 
vs : IlaKTvrjs, II. 2 (i.) 8 b. 
s, n. 6 (i.) 25(66.4); 7 (iii.) 15 
(16.4);8(i.)27;io(v.)i 4 c(33.2); 
14 (i.) 67. 



'npeov, i. 130; ill. 2 1 8. 
'Ifpon\rjs 'Apxforparcv 'Adpovevs, asses- 

sor to Hellenotamiai, I. 106. 
'Ifpojv Aeivopevovs, tyrant of Syrakuse ; 

chronology of his reign, viii. 2, 4, 32, 

37 ; his marriages, 20, 38 ; his brothers, 
20, 142 ; dedicates tripod and Nike 
at Delphoi, 23, 24, 114; succeeds to 
throne, 32 ; quarrel and reconcilia- 
tion with Polyzelos, in. 341 ; viii. 

38 ; alliance with Theron, 38, 39, 56 ; 
Hippokrates and Kapys secede to 
him, 41 j founds Aitna, 43, 44, 46, 47, 



78 ; proclaimed as Aitnaian, 50 ; his 
friend Chromios, 49 (cf. 36) ; saves 
Lokroi from Anaxilaos, 54, 56 ; in- 
terferes with Mikythos, 132 ; saves 
Kyme from Tyrrhenians, 57, 59 ; 
dedicates helmet at Olympia, 60 ; at- 
tempts to colonize Pithekussai, 61 ; 
attacks Akragas, 128; victory and 
dedication of chariot at Olympia, 112; 
Pindar's epinikion, 141 ; his police- 
system, n6f. ; distinguished men at 
his court, vi. 29 (p. 247) ; viii. 78- 
iii ; his disease, 33, 34, 125-127; 
death, 140 ; succeeded by Thrasybu- 
los, 144; character, 87, 119-121; 
Pindar's praise, 122 ff. ; his colonists 
at Katana, 144 (p. 339), 155; pro- 
claimed founder of Inessa-Aitna, 1 56 ; 
return of those exiled by him, 151 ; 
his son Aftvofjievijs, 20. 
epuv, supposed son of Aiovvffios XaA.- 
KOVS, in. 349. 

s, on Empedokles, viii. 183. 
i, ii. 3 (iv.) 13 ; 4 (v.) i ; 5 (i.) 
ii (1000) ; 8 (ii.) 27 (1000) ; 12 (iv.) 
19 (600); 13 (iv.) ii (600); 14 (ii.) 
49 (600) ; 19 (i.) 40 ; 24. 4 (1000) ; 
Timokreon exiled from laAveros, vi. 

*9 (p. 245). 
i, see 'larat. 

s, father of Melissos, ill. 239. 

Zfvs, VII. 66. 
), Helot centre, ill. 115 ; vil. 65- 

67, 72, 77- 

'iKapirjs: Topyoivof OlvfiSov, I. 108 ; 
Aopv<pi\os, ii. 13; Ti|to7i/^s, IV. 71 ; 
Qikeraipos, n. 21. 6 ; pos, V. 116. 

"Iftapos, see epp.a.ioi, OivaToi. 

'IKIOI (in the Thrakian district, p. Ii); 
n. 4 (iv.) i (25) ; 6 (ii.) 41 (25} ; 8 (i.) 
22bGS5); 9 (ii.) 7 (25; ; 1 1 fr. 72, 73 
(ii.) 7 (25); I2(ii.) 3 i (25}', 13 (ii.) 
34(25); 14 (ii.) 38 (25); 15 (ii.) 51 
(25) ; 16 (vi.) 9 (25) ; 17 (v.) 22 (25) ; 
i8(v.)8(25); 19 ("054; 28. i (25). 

'ItfTtVos, architect, IV. 92, 97-99. 

"lA.tov, capture of, picture in Stoa 
Poikile, iv. 63 ; 'lAiou iropOijais of 
Phormos, viii. 106. See also Tpom, 



Hilotae, see EtAeorty. 

(in Island district, p. n), II. 8 



396 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



(ii.) 2 4 c(55); 9( v -)275 12 (v.)345 

13 (v.) 37 (*oo); H (i.) 83 (ioo); 

Imbrian allies, ill. 295, 296. 

'l/xe/jo, defeat of Karthaginians at, vm. 
15, 28, 31 ; under Thrasydaios, 39, 
128; 'Ipepaioi betrayed, by Hieron, 
39 ; they are slaughtered, and town 
recolonized by Theron, 39,43 ; Hippo- 
krates and Kapys, 40-42 ; coin of 
Himera under Akragas, 129 (cf. 131); 
it regains independence, 129, 151 ; 
appealed to by Syrakusans against 
Thrasybulos, 144 (p. 339) ; destroyed 
by Karthaginians, 43. 'I/xepafot : 
'EpyoT&Tjs, vin. 129; Kpiffoav, III. 
205, 233. 

'IfjLpcuos, speech of Deinarchos against, 
v. 126. 

'Ivapos (Ivapcus, 'Ivdpcas} V-a/i/iiyT/xofj in 
revolt against Persia, HI. 132, 134, 

139- 
"Ivrjyaa {Ivvijaa) = Atri/a, occupied by 

Katanaians, vin. 155-156. 
'l6@as ev rots irepi ypcupitcfjs, IV. 66. 
'lovia Odhaffaa, VIII. 124. 
'Iov\tijTai : Ba/cx^AtSTyy, VIII. 88 ; 



luppiter Olympius, see Zeus, 

"Iirirapxos, tyrant of Athens, IV. 55-. 

"liriraaos, vm. 164 (p. 346). 

"liririos Iloo'etSwj', V. 192. 

'l7nro/3oTos on Empedokles, Vin. 164, 

191, 194. ^ 
'l7T7ro5a/ita, 'IinroSd/ietos dyopa, IV. 39 

43- 

'I7r7ro5a/ios, general, v. 36. 
'luiTodafjios EvpvcpwvTOS Mi\rjffios, archi- 

tect, in. 355 ; iv. 37-43. 
'IiriroOowrls <pv\rj, I. 112 ; III. 292, 293, 

310 ; V. 116. 
'ImroKpa.Tr)s 'Apifypovos XoAap-yew, I. 

108; in. 203; VI. 138. 
'IinTOKpdTrjs, of Gela, VIII. 9. 
'IiriroKpdTijs BwoStKov, cousin of Theron, 

VIII. 40-42. 
'liriroviKos, (l) father of KctAAt'as A.O.KKO- 

V\OVTOS, in. 169, 172 ; (2) father of 

KaAAms, vi. 129, 141, and father-in- 

law of Alkibiades, vi. 133. 
"ITTTTOS, of Phormos, vm. 1 06. 
'lirnoarparos, genealogist, vm. 40, 42. 
s, archon, n. 31. 



, Themistokles at, vi. 29 (p. 245); 
corrupt reading, vn. 77. 

'I<riV8toi, ii. 12 (i.) 30 (16.4}; 13(1.) 
3o;i 4 (i.) 5 (16.4); 15 (ii.) 15 (26 .4) ; 
19 GO 25; 25.12 (16. 4"). 

'laoSiKij Evpun-ToAc/iou, wife of Kimon, 
V. 82; VI. 139. 

'IffOKpdrrjs, pupil of Gorgias, VIII. 99. 

'Iffo\6xov TIvOo^ojpos, vi. 125. 

'lartata, 'lanaifTs, see 'Eartata. 

'IraXta, m. 338-383, and vin. passim ; 
at (V 'Ira\ta ('Ira\ois) 'E\\r)vi5es 
ir6\(ts, III. 329, 330; Kw/i?; rrjs 'lr., 
VIII. 57 ; Athenians found Thurioi in 
It., v. 89 ; Hermodorus exulans in 
It. , ill. 33 3 ; Timoleon's allies from It., 
vm. 31 ; Italia fortunata, Italicum 
frumentum, in. 35; exports, III. 186. 
ta p.ioTOK\fovs, VI. 30. 
ia 'AOrjva, III. 198, 200. 

, III. 1 20. 

'HAetbs and 'EKxfipia, group at 
Olympia, vm. 136. 

"low Xfos, author, ill. 248, 267 ; VI. 152 ; 
VII. 65 (p. 299). 

"Iowa, 'lojvia : proposed transplantation 
of lonians, i. 7; they are received 
into the league, 7, 9 ; Persians ex- 
pelled from Ionia, 10 ; state of Ionia 
after Persian war, ill. 2 86 a; Ionian 
contingent at Eurymedon, ni. 46; 
lonians at Tanagra ("laves), in. 100, 
101 ; Ionian tribute-district, p. n, 
I. 72 ; 'IOJVIKOS ij>6pos, ii. 12 (i.) 2 ; 13 
(i.)3; 14 init.\ 15.6; 19(1.) 8; 21 
(i.) 8 ; 2d/itot irpuirot feat 8vva.TQJTa.Toi 
TUJV 'Iwvuv, III. 267 ; TO. 'luvcav ypdp.- 
fj.a.Ta } HI. 181. 



K (tributary state), n. 4 (v.) 27 

(16.4}', 6 (iii.) 14 (16.4); 8 (ii.) ii 

(16.4}; 5 (v) 4 c(^4). 
K . . . . 877? Qaeivov TeiBpdffios, secretary 

to Council, v. 1 86. 
Ka - - - , secretary to laaycaytts, I. 72 

(p. 16). 
Kd8/Aos, leads Koan colony to Sicily, 

vm. 102. 

KaOdpios ? AaKcav, III. 352. 
Kaeapfjiot, of Empedokles, VIII. 164 (p. 

346), 166,177. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



397 



KdOapvos ? Adicuy, ill. 352. 

Kaiaap 'AvrcaveTvos, tiros Ai'Atoj, coin 

of, vi. 54. 

KaAaywi?, sculptor, VIII. 113. 
KaAAcuo'x/'o?, IV. 91. 
KaAAta - - Maovnos, III. 24. 
KaAAmSow KaXXias, VI. 125. 
KaAA/as 6 irportpos, archon (B. C. 

45 6 /455), in- 1*5* "7 5 vin. 80. 
KaAAtas 'Iiriroviffov AatctcoirXovros, his 

embassy to Susa, in. 160, 164, 169, 

1 72, 1 77 ; arranges peace with Sparta, 

m. 225. 
KaAAms 'liriroviteov, stepson of Perikles, 

VI. 129, 141. 

KaAAias KaAAtaSou, pupil of Zenon, VI. 

125. 

KaAAtaj, husband of Elpinike, VI. 144. 
KctAA/ay, father of Myronides, in. 107. 
KaAA/as KcaptteSs, VI. 142 (Errata). 
KaAAtjStos Kr}<pi<ro<f>uvTosnaiavivs, secre- 

tary to Council, i. 112. 
Ka\\ircpdrr)S, architect, IV. 51, 97, 104. 
KaXXiKpdrrjs, historian, iv. 27. 
KaXXiKpariSrjs, VIII. 159, 175. 
KaAAiVaxo?, polemarch at Marathon, 

iv. 63. 
KaAAtVeiX 09 archon, III. 208, 225, 

343- 
KaAAt/^axos Kvprjvatos, poet, VIII. 38, 91, 

97- 

KaXXiftrjorjs, archon, ill. 278. 
KaAAiTroAfrcu, II. 1 8 (vi.) 12 (16.4); 

19 (ii.) 82 (16.4). 
Kd\\nnros'Eperpifvs, III. 313. 
KaAAiTrTros frra\os Tvprcuvios, V. 56. 
KaAAtTTTTos, speech of Hypereides for, 

VII. 38. 

KaXXioetvrjs, on the ' Peace of Kallias,' 
in. 1 60. 

KaXXiarparos, secretary to Council, V. 
192. 

KaAAtor pares 'Axapvtvs, general, III. 
249. 

KaXvoviot, n. 3 (i.) 10 (150) ', 4 (ii.) 20 b 
(150); 5 (ii.) 7; 6 (iii.) 21 (150); 10 
(iii.) 13 c(150) ; 12 (v.) 7 ; 14 (ii.) 
67 (150); 15 (ii.) 77 WO)', 19 (i.) 



s, sculptor, vin. 71. 

i, see XaA/f7;8oi/tot. 
K.a.f*dpiva (Ka^aptva), KajjiapivaToi, the 



town colonized by Gelon, vin. 9 ; 

re-founded by Geloans, vin. 9, 151. 

Ko^apivaios : ^aC/i/ts, vin. 153. 
Camerinm, P. Sulpicias, ill. 334. 
~K.ap.iKos, occupied by Hippokrates and 

Kapys, vin. 42. 
KajMprjs, n. 3 (iv.) 12 ; 6 (i.) 7; 8 (i.) 

9(400); 1.2 (iv.) ii (600); 14 (ii.) 

52 (600); 15 (i.) 75; 19 (i.) 36. 
KavOdpov Xifjirjv, IV. 27. 
Capitolinus, P. Sestius, in. 334. 

s, ill. 302. 
and Hippokrates, VIII. 40-42. 

s, K. irapa Kavvov, II. I (iii.) 

4 b; 2 (iv.) lob (16.4)-, 3 (v.) 14 



6 (iii.) 6 (26.4); n (iii) 20; 12 (iv.) 
3 (16.4); 13 (iv.) 4 (16.4); 14 (i.) 
51 (16.4); 15 (i.) 71; 19 (i.) 12. 

Kapoia, in. 24. 

Ka/>es, Kapia, Kimon brings over, m. 
46; Kapt/eos <popos, II. 12 (iii.) 35; 
13 (i"0 38; 14. 4 6 ; IS- 64; Ka/> 
wi> Ivfjivrjs apx, n. 15 (") 76 (50). 
See also AuAmrcu. 

KapKivT), ill. 308. 

Kaptcivos QopiKios, V. 1 1 6. 

Kapfjiavrioov (Xapftavridov) Topyias, VIII. 
199, 201. 

KdprraOos, KapirdOioi, II. 10 (iii.) loc 
(16.4) ; 12 (iv.) 19 ; 13 (iv.) 19 
(16 . 4) ; 14 (ii.) 58 (16 . 4). See also 
'Aprtefftia, 'EreoKapirdOioi. 

KapvavoTJs, II. 3 (i.) 7 b (16 . 4) ; 5 (v.) 
I 9 b(9.); 8 (ii.)i 9 c\8.2); 9 (v.) 
20; II (iv.) 6c (8.2); 12 (v.) 3; 

13 (iv.) 37 (*); i5(i.)73; 21 (i.) 
12(8.8). 

Kapvffrioi, see Kdpvaros. 

Kapvffricav, III. 243. 

Kdpvaros, at war with Athens, in. 37- 
39; Kapvarioi, ii. 4 (i.) lib (750); 
5 (iv.) 20 b (500); 8 (ii.) gb (500); 
12 (v.) 20(500); 14 (i.) 80. 

Kapxrjoajv, Kapxyoovioi, defeated by 
Gelon, VIIT. 14, 15, 28, 30-32; hia 
peace with them, 10 ; their gift to 
Damarete, 10 ; allied with Tyr- 
rhenians, 59 ; Sicilian fear of an 
invasion by them, 18; Athenian 
projects against, v. 93 ; they destroy 
tomb of Gelon, vin. 32 ; and Himera, 



398 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



43 ; their treasury at Olympia, 22. 
See also ^oiviKes. 

Kaff0uj\\ios na.vap.vTjs, ill. 287. 

Kaaiot, ii. 18 (vi.) II (16. 4); 19 (ii.) 
78(16.4). 

Ka<ro\a07js, ii. i (iii.) 8 b ; 3 (iv.) I b ; 
4 (i.) ir (41.4}; 5 fr. 25 (ii.) 9 
(41.4); 6(i.)45J 70-)2b; 8 (i.) 44. 

Katrcrdi/S/xi, IV. 63. 

Kara!/?;, Kara^afot ; inhabitants expelled 
by Hieron, and town refounded as 
Aitna (q. .), vm. 43, 44, 47 ; coin 
as Katana, 51 ; as Aitna, 52 ; Hieron 
dies there, 140 ; Thrasybulos draws 
troops thence, 144 (p. 339) ; revo- 
lution, 156; attacked by Sikels and 
Syrakusans ; return of old Katanaians ; 
foundation of Aitna-Inessa, 155, 156. 

"KcLTairvyoavvr], VI. 141. 

KavKowes, VII. 89. 

KO.VVOS, Kavvtoi, II. 3 (v.) 15 (50) ; 
4 (i.) 6 b (50) ; 8 (ii.) 26 (50) ; 9 fr. 
63. 3; 12 (iv.) 14 (50); 14 (i.) 47 
(50); 15 (i.) 67; 19 (i.) 9. See also 



i, ii. i (iii.) 7 b (300) ; 5 fr. 25 
(ii.) 10. 

KeSpirJTat, n. I (iv.) 1753 (i.) 12 (50); 
9 (iii.) 25; 10 (iii.) ii c (50); ii 
(iv.) loc (50); 12 (iv.) 4 (50); 13 
(iv.) 5 (50); 14 (ii.) 59 (50j; 15 (i.) 

77- 
Kfiot, Krjioi, at Plataiai, I. 1,5; quota, 

ii. 4 fr. 20, 3; 5 (iv.) 15 b (400); 

8 (ii.) 10 b (400); n (v.) 30 ',400); 

12 (v.) 22 (400); 14 (ii.) 73; 19 (i.) 

69 (400). Kefot : AT/AoSoroy, I. 138 ; 
(eVos kit Kecu), VI. loi ; 
s, I. 138; 2,tftowi8r]s ('lov\nf)Tr)s 

TT/S ev Key TroAecyj), VIII. 86-88, 91, 

97, 98, 139 ; 2,Tr)ai\c<as, v. 66. 
KeKpoma dyopa, iv. 62 ; Kefcpomr), VIII. 

79- ^ 
KfKpoms <t>Aj7, i. 73, 1 08 ; ill. 206 ; v. 

33, 132, 155- 
KKpv(f>a\eia, in. 78. 
Kcvravpcuv Kal \aniQuv //ax??, IV. 69. 
s, ill. 94. 

, l : r\avKcuv, ill. 249 ; TvXtav, 
III. 298 ; --- KOS 'Emxapovs, II. 18. 
I ; o Suva, ii. 17, 2 ; v. 186. 

s, Kfpdfiioi, II. I (iv.) iS; 3 (i.) 



4(750); 4(iv.)255 6(i.)6; 8 (i.) 8 
(150); 10 (v.) 12 c; 12 (iv.) 20; 13 
(iv.) 20 (150) ; 14 (ii.) 54 (150). 

Kfpaffovs, III. 308. 

KepKvpa, Kopitvpa, Themistokles in, VI. 
29 (p. 246), 33, 35; Athenian ex- 
pedition to, v. 1 86. 

Kepvveia, VII. 25. 

K.(pd\aia r\ Kr)<ptv$ of Phormos, VIII. 
106. 

Ke<pa\f)0tv : Ififfi^axos Tetatov, v. 182; 

I0 5- 
, III. 115. 

Kews, see Eefoi. 

Kijiot, see Ktbt. 

Kijvmov, see Airjs. 

K^Trot, III. 298. 

KrjTTios : 6 SecVa, IV. 95. 

Kr]<pfvs % Kc^dXata of Phormos, VIII. 
106. 

K.Tjtyiaifjs : "Bpoffvv . .rjs, IV. 96 ; AtcwSrys, 
ibid. ; npcaroyevrjs, IV. 72 ; npcaru- 
fiaxos, V. 21 ; &i\6veo}s 'Idopevfcas, V. 
182. 

KTjtyiaotywVTOS KaXXt^tos, I. 112. 

Kiavoi, II. i (v.) 7 (16 . 4) ; 8 (ii.) 48 
(16.4); 10 (i.) 14 c (16.4); ii (ii.) 
ii 5 13 (") 2 3 CZ6.4); 15 (i.) 37 
(16.4); 17 (iv.) 16; 21 (ii.) 14 
(16.4). 

K/0as (tributary state), II. 1 8 (vi.) 30. 

KiXiKia, ships from, at the Eurymedon, 
ill. 46 ; the country ravaged by 
Athenians, i. 31 ; vi. 29 (p. 251) ; 
Persian generals obtain ships from, 
ill. 136; KiAtcro-cu vrjfs, captured by 
Kimon, in. 152 ; Diotimos passes 
through, in. 179. 
- - m. 308. 

Boffvopos, III. 305. 
m, in. 88. 

Kipcuv MtArtdSov, general: the Persian 
spoils, i. 15, 16; general with 
Aristeides, 21 ; his treatment of the 
allies, 69 ; training of the Athenians, 
22, 69; expels Pausanias from By- 
zantion, vi. 9 ; at Elon, m. 1 1 f. ; 
further campaigning in Thrace, 22- 
24; at Skyros, 25; at the Eury- 
medon, 42 ff. ; sweeps the seas, vi. 29 
(p. 251) ; supposed peace, m. i6of. ; 
expedition against Helots, vii. 65, 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



399 



66, 70-72 ; attacked by Perikles, vi. 
91-95, 160 (p. 286); ostracized, v. 
83, 84 ; vii. 65 ; at Tanagra, in. 102, 
103; recalled, in. 102-105; vi. 144; 
at Chersonesos, in. 107 ; arranges 
five years' peace, in. 145 ; expedition 
to Kypros and death, 151-153, 155, 
156, 159 ; general references to his 
campaigns, in. 267 ; vi. 95 ; com- 
pared with Myronides, ill. 107 
(p. 1 08) ; his opposition to demo- 
cracy and his Lakonism, v. 72-77, 
82, 83,92 ; cf. vn. 13 ; enmity towards 
Themistokles, vi. 29 (p. 247), 41 ; 
his public works : lays foundations 
of Long Walls, iv. 49 ; fortifies Akro- 
polis, iv. 58 ; adorns Agora, iv. 60 ; 
his wife Isodike, vi. 139; his children, 
V. 82 ; his sister Elpinike, v. 82; vi. 
144; his character, vi. 100; the 
opinion of Plato, vi. 66 ; of Ion, vi. 
152. 

ia fJivfjiMna, III. 159. 
, see K-vvSvrjs. 
Kiriov, Kimon at, III. 151-156; Kmefs 
honour his tomb, 159. 
jff "Tiros Mvppivovffios, IV. 74. 

of (KAa<.), n I (iii.) 2 b ; 
3 (i.)n (150); 4 (ii.) 6 (150) ; 5 (ii.) 
4; 6 (iii.) 19 (150); 9 (i.) 7 ; 12(1.) 
32 (150); 13 (i.) 33; 15 (i.) 16; 
i6a (i.) 8; 20. 2; 25. 7 (1500). 
KAao//eVtot : 'Avaga-yvpas, VI. 112, 
Il6, 117; VIII. 160 ; 'ApTCfjLcav, III. 

aS 8 , 2 55. 
KXavvorjs, KXavvSiot, n. 12 (iv.) 8 (100); 

1 3 (iv.) 9 (100); X 4 -(ii.) 53 (100). 
KXfavdpidas (-8775) AaKcav, bribed by 

Perikles, in. 210, 213, 214 (K\eav- 

8/>os); in exile at Thurioi, where he 

acts as general, in. 358, 360, 361 

(KXeapxos), 380. 
KA&wSpos, see K\ai>8pi8as. 
K\eapxos, see K\avpi8as. 
K\apxos (f a 'EpcaTi/cuiv, VI. 144. 
KAeiwas, father of Alkibiades, in. 201 ; 

vi. 132; and of Kleinias, vi. 136, 

137- 
KActffflei'Tj? : 37 eirt KA. apiffTOKparia, V. 

82 ; he introduces apodektai, V. 164; 
K\ei<jOevovs Zyyovos 'AyapiaTrj, VI. 
86. 



, historian, vi. 29 (p. 248), 



53- 



in. 52. 

ta: Kificavos 71/1/17, v. 82. 
K\dTO(pS>v Qopaifvs, III. 249. 
KAeo/ij8poTou Tlavaavias, VI. 3, 8, 14, 44 
K\eoft(vr]s, king of Sparta, vii. 16 ; 

K\ojj.evovs tfiKonrjdijs, in. 90. 
K\fofjLfvr]s, rhapsode, vni. 1 66. 
K\foviKr) KopcaviSov, VI. 9, II. 
KAeoc/wxpTos QefJuffrofcXtovs, VI. 30, 58. 
K\6(J)pojv f see Afotypow. 
KAeW, demagogue, i. 87 ; general, in. 

278 ; and the jury-fees, v. 99, 101. 
K\f(uvai, in Athos, n. 18 (vi.) 23 (8.2} ; 

I 9 (ii.)8 9 (8.2). 
KXeoovai, KAetui/afoi, in Argolis ; they 

help to destroy Mykenai, vn. 28 ; 

Mykenaians at Kl., 25 ; their war 

with Korinth, 65 (p. 299) ; contin- 

gent at Tanagra, in. 94; Nejue'a near 

Kl., viii. 28. 
KAewJ/uyuoj, in. 310. 
Kvioos, Kim on starts from, for Eury- 

medon, in. 43 ; Kvifiiot, quota of, n. 

3 (iv.) 8 (300) ; 4 (i.) 3 b; 5 (i.) 4 
(500) ; 6 (iii.) 26 (500) ; 12 (iv.) 21 ; 
13 (iv.) 21 (SOO); 14 (ii.) 56 (300) ; 
24. 5 (500). 

KoSa-rrrjs, II. 2 (ii.) I ; IO (iii.) 19 c 

(16 . 4). 

Ko5/jou I(p6v, v. 166. 
KoOopvos (Qijpafufvrjs), VI. 101. 
KoiATjs : AIKTVS, IV. 72 ; . . cvrjs, v. 1 85. 
KoivTios, Ttros, II. 32. 
KoAa/res of Eupolis, III. 254. 
K.o\o(pajvioi } contract with Athens, I. 

128 ; in. 320; quota, n. i (ii.) 2b; 

2 (iv.) 2 b (SOO) ; 3 (v.) 10 (SOO) ; 

4 (iv.) 10 ; 9 (i.) n (150); 13 (i.) 
II (750); 15 (i.) 14; 19 (i.) 26; 24. 
9 (8.2); 25. 8 (8.2). KoAo^cywoj : 
Bevo(j>avT)s, VIII. 109-111. 

Colonae in agro Troade, vi. 6. 
KoXuvfjOev, etc KoAa>j/oO : "S,o(poK A^s, II. 

12. 36; in. 36, 249. 
KoAwrqs, VII. 93. 
K.6vow, archon, ill. 135. 
Kopo, vm. 121, 200. 
Ko/>7, temple of, at Syrakuse, vin. 21 ; 

statue at Olympia, 136. 
Koprjffiot, II. 4 (i.) 9 b (225). 



400 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



KoptvOos, KopivOiOt, at Plataiai, I. i, 5 ; 
messenger from, announcing battle of 
Salamis to Gelon, vin. 27 ; Hieron 
obtains gold from, vui. 114 ; at war 
with Megara and Kleonai, III. 75 > 
with Athens, in. 78, 86, 88, 101 ; 
with Argos, 113; quarrel with 
Korkyra, VI. 29 (p. 246) ; Kimon 
passes through, vn. 65 (p. 299); 
Perikles in Korinthian gulf, III. 125 
f. ; Simon at, III. 195. K.opiv6ioi : 
'ApXireXrjS, VIII. 114; Aaxapros, VII. 
65 (p. 299) ; Sfvo<pu>v, in. 58, 82 ; 
vn. 66. 

Coriolanus, vi. 38, 53. 

Kopttvpa, Corcyra, see Kepnvpa. 

Kopvf)\ios Koffffos, AuAos, II. 32. 

KopotjSoy, IV. 105. 

Kopwveia, III. 194-203, 208 ; VI. 132. 

KopomSou K\ov'iKrj } VI. 5. 

Koffffos, AuAos Kopvrj\tos, II. 32. 

KpdOis, III. 342. 

Kpavwvioi, VIII. 97. 

Kpaaros, VIII. IO2. 

Kparepos MaKfSwv, vi. 40, 63 ; ev roTs 
" ( r]<})i(riJ.affiv, ill. 1 60, 307. 

Aa/XTTTpeu?, IV. 84; K. Navrcuyos 
u?, V. 1 86, 190. 

Kp6.TT)s, archon, in. 371 ; IV. 84. 

KpaTys cufi(os, VIII. 104. 

KpdTlVOS KOJfJLlKOS, III. 319; IV. 5!. $2', 

VI. 141 ; fv 'ApxtA.ox otJ > VI. 72 
(p. 264) ; fv POITTCUS, IV. 100 ; ev 
Nfjuecm, vi. 86 ; fv Xeipwai, vi. 86, 
142. 

Kpartvos, general, III. 278. 

Kpeott/ "S,Kap:@oJvi8r)S, III. 249. 

Kprjai\as, III. 38. 

Kpr^rr), Theseus in, IV. 69 ; Kpqres, 
constitution of, vn. 80. 

Kptcrafos KoKiros, III. 98. 

Kpiaojv'If^fpaTos, III. 205, 233. 

Kpm'aj, vi. 59 ; vn. 65 (p. 299) ; rwv 
rpiatcovTa yevopevos, VI. 72 ; pupil of 
Gorgias, VIII. 202, 204, 205. 

Kpmos, IV. 55. 

KptroAaos, V. 92. 

KpoTffos, vill. 23. 

KpoviSas Zfvs, VII. 84, 85. 

Kpoviojv (Z(vs\ VIII. 17, 58. 

Kpovos, human sacrifices to, vill. 14, 
15 ; K. Trpfffpvywrjs, VI. 86; 6 km 



Kpovov ftios, I. 40 ; 57 em K. 

VI. 72. 
KpoTcoviaTcu, relations with Sybaris 

and Thurioi, in. 340-346. Kporca- 

viarrjs : iKriKpdrrjs, VIII. 7. 
Kpvrjs, ii. 3 (v.) 1 6 (33.2); 4 (ii.) 4 

(33.2); 5 (i.) 6 (33.2); 6 (iii.) 8 

(33.2); 9 (iii.) 26 (33.2); n (iv.) 

ii c (S3. 2); 12 (iv.) 5 (33.2); 13 

(iv.) 6 (33 . 2) ; 14 (ii.) 48 (33 . 2} ; 

15 (i.) 70. 
, III. 2. 
, III. 26. 

, in. 307. 
Kw - - , n. 6 (iii.) 15 (6 .4} ; 8 (ii.) 12 

(6.4}. 
Kv&veai, III. 160, 165, 166, 169, 172, 

177. 
KvSaOrjvairjs : 'Av5oKi5rjs, in. 249 ; 

r '\avKias Alffxivov, v. 182 ; ' 

IV. 96 ; &i\ow, v. 199 ; 

'Apiffriowos, I. 106. 
KvSj/os, III. 179. 
KV&KOS, Athenian officers in, I. 155 ; 

KviKr)vol ffTarrjpts, I. 155 ; iv. 78, 79, 

84 ; K.v&Krjvoi, quota of, ii. 3 (v.) 6 

b; 8 (i.) 70 (72); 12 (ii.) 23 (900); 

13 (ii.) 19 (900) ; 14 (i.) 20 (900); 

15 (") 395 J 7 ( iv -) 3; 19 () 30 
(900) ; 23 (iv.) 4 (900). Kvttcr)v6s : 
Nedvdrjs, VI. 29 (p. 250) ; VIII. 168. 
KvdTjpa, KvOfipioi, ill. 117, 118. 
KvOvioi, at Plataiai, I. J ; quota, n. 5 
(iv.) 21 b (300); 6 (v.) 13 (300) ; 
8 (ii.) 23 b; ii (v.) 5 c (300); 14 
(i.) 73 (300). 
I. 5. 

, vil. 25. 
V. 132. 

Kv\dvTioi } KvAAai/Stoi, KvX\dvTtoi, II. I 
(iv.) 20; 3 (iii.) 9 (200) ; 4 (i.)2ob 
(200) ; 5 fr. 25 (ii.) 16 ; 6 (i.) 19 
(200) ; 8 (i.) 21 (200). 

TT}S 'IraAiaj, Kvftaioi, saved by 
Hieron from Tyrrhenians, vui. 57- 
59 ; Hieron's dedication ra> At v 
Tvppdv'' airb Kv/xas, VIII. 60. 

, in Aiolis, Themistokles at, VI. 29 
(p. 247) ; KvfMioi, quota of, ii. 3 
(v.) 2 (2200) ; 4 (ii.) 19 b (1200} ; 
6(i.) 13(900); 7 (i.) 6 b; 8 (i.) 15 
(900); 9 (i.) 17 (900); II (i.) 3 b 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



401 



(900); i 3 (i.) 17(900); 15 (i.) 20; 

km<p. ibid. 21 ; 19 (i.) 38 (900). See 

also Mvpivmot irapa K. 
KvvSvijs, KivSvrjs, n. 5 (v.) 17 b (100 V, 

7 (iii.) 13 (100); 8 (i.) 25 c (100); 

12 (iv.) 16; 15 (i.) 66; 16 a (i.) 9. 
KvTTyjo?, KuTT/Jtot, first campaign in, I. 1 2 ; 

Pausanias in, vi. 6 ; Kyprian con- 

tingents in Eurymedon campaign, 

m. 43, 44, 46, 49-51, 54, 80; 

Athenian expedition to Kypros, in. 

138, 139, 150-159, 169; cf. vi. 29 

(p. 251) ; Perikles sails from Samos 

to, in. 239; exports to Athens, in. 

1 86. 
KvpPiafjs, Kvp(3iaaf]$, KvpQtaaos, II. I 

(iii.) 1 6 (88. 2} -, 3 (iii.) 10 (33.2); 

4 (i.) 21 b (33. 2); 5(ii.) 9 (33.2); 

6 (i.) 20 (33 . 2) ; 8 (i.) 22 (33 . 2} ; 9 

(iii.) 28 (33 . 2) ; 10 (v.) 15 c (33 . 2). 
Kvprjvr}, III. 136. Kvprjvcuoi : KaAXt- 

Ataxos, VIII. 97 ; TloXvuvaaros, in. 

115. 

Kupos, the elder, vm. 109. 
Kvpos, the younger, VI. 141. 
Kvffripioi, n. 1 8 (vi.) 37 (5), 
Kvrivtov, III. 90. 
K(a\vffavf[j.as, VIII. 184, 187. 
Ka)ot, n. 4 (iv.) 14 ; 5 (i.) 7 (356) ; 6 

'(iv.) 10 ; 8 (i.) 40 and (ii.) 37 (356) ; 

ibid. 14 c (36); 12 (iv.) 15 ; 14 (ii.) 

50 (500); 15 (i.) 76; 16 a (i.) 10 ; 

19 (3.) 49. Ka>oi : 'Airo\\Qjvt8r)$, III. 

3; 'ETTtxap/zoy, vm. 101, IO2. 



A --- , secretary to Hellenotamiai, II. 2. 
i ; dire, i. 125. 

Acu<r7ro8i'as, i. 163. 

Aa/ceScu/toj'tot, Aa/cf5at/icui', AaKowia, 
AaKQjviKrj, ACLKQJVCS (see also IIcXo- 
nowrjaos, ^naprrf), Lakedaimonians 
retire from Persian war, I. 8 f. ; and 
lose their hegemony, 1 8 f . ; the 
Lakedaimonians and Peloponnesos, 
see especially chap. vn. ; the Lake- 
daimonians in Phokis, III. 89, 90 ; 
their return, and the battle of 
Tanagra, in. 91 ff. ; Kimon's mission 
to Lakedaimon, III. 112, 147; 
Lakonia ravaged by Tolmides, in. 
115 ff. ; by Timotheos. 161 ; Lake- 
daimonians invade Attika, m. 207 ff. ; 



U 



Lakedaimonians support oligarchies, 
I. 143 ff. ; Lakonian harmosts, i. 
163 ; A-aKcwitc}) Staira, vi. 3 ; Aa/f. 
vopoi, VIII. 47 ; Aa. irpoaipns, VI. 
72. AaKeSaifjiovioi : Ka^apj/o??, ill. 
352 ; K^caj/SptSas, in. 358; AaKi&tijs, 
v. 1 86. 

A.aKe8aifj.6vtos Kifioavos, V. 82. 
Aa/ctaSat, Aa/ctdS^s Kt/ncw/, VI. ^2. 
Aa/actS??? AafceSaifAovtos, v. 1 86. 
Aa/f/f07rAouros, KaAAt'ay 'liriroviKov, III. 
156, 164. 

a/tcyj/t/oy, see 
in. 297, 301. 
A.afjLv66(v, see AT^J/OJ. 

, IV. 95 ; 

v. 7 ; Kparrjs, iv. 84 ; 
K/>aT?7? Naurcuvo?, V. 186, 190; Meve- 
ripos, ii. 6. I. 

Aafj.iT(uv t v. 132 ; and the foundation of 
Thurioi, in. 346-352; and the one- 
horned ram, vi. 120. 
\afj,Trajvia, A.a.fj.TT(av(irjs, A.a.fj.tra}vf)s, II. I 
(iii.) II (16 .4) ; 4 (iv.) 22 ; 6 (v.) 25 
(16 . 4) ; 9 (i.) 27 (16 . 4} ; 10 (i.) 15 
c(16.4); ii (iii.) 12 c (16.4); 12 
(ii.) 5 ; 13 (i.) 38 (16 . 4) ; 14 (i.) ! 9 
(16.4); 15 (i.) 42 (16.4); m<p. 
ibid. 43 (1.4); 1 8 (iv.) 3; Im0. 
ibid. 4 ; 19 (ii.) 25 (16 . 4) ; (m<p. ibid. 
26 (1 . 4) ; 26. 3 ; ein<p. ibid. 4. 
Ad^ao9, granted to Themistokles, vi. 
28 (p. 243), 29 (p. 250), 33, 35 
(P- 255), 36,44,46, 48; Aa^axrjvoi, 
quota of, II. 4 (iv.) 4 (1200) ; 5 (iv.) 
4b (1200) ; 6 (v.) 3 (86 . 4) ; 8 (ii.) 12 
b (60) ; 12 (ii ) 10 ; 13 (ii.) 6 (1200) ; 
14 (i.) 17 (1200); 17 (iv.) 29; 19 
(ii.) 31 ; A.a/j,\f/aKT]vol arar^pes, IV. 
78, 79. Aa/x^a/cT/vos Xapow, VI. 29 
(P- 248). 
fi.aviKr) (immo t^aviKrf) 'EXinviKr), VI. 

77- 

AanSiier], IV. 62. 

Aao?, KO\ITOS Kal iroTapbs KCU 7T<$A.ts, III. 

339- 

AamOutv KOI Kfvravpoav ftdx^, IV. 69. 

Adr/xtot, ii. 3 (ii.) 5 b; 5 (v.) 13 b (100) ; 
7 (iii.) 7 ; 8 (i.) 21059 ( V l6 ! IO 
(v.)5c; ii (iv.) 8c (^00); 13 (iv.) 
27(100); 14 (ii.) 6 (100) ; 19 (i.) 6j 
(100). 

d 



402 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



Accra;, see A^rct;. 

Adxapros KopivOios, VII. 65 (p. 299). 

Ad X r)s, III. 195. 

Ataypos, III. 69, 278. 

AcjSaScia, III. 203. 

AfptSioi, ii. 4 (ii.) 21 b (300) ; 5 (ii.) 6 ; 

9 (i.) I 4 (100); 13 (i.) 14 (100); 15 

(i.) 8 (100). 
Aeovrivoi, Naxians and Katanaians 

transferred to, vm. 43. Aeovrtvos 

ro/rfias t \l. 72; vm, 179, 187, 199, 

200, 202. 

Afovrls (pv\rj, V. 186, 191. 
Ae6(ppcav } Acw^pcw, son of Anaxilaos, 

tyrant of Rhegion, vm. 133. 54 

; at Olympia, vm, 1 39. 
i, Afirpfiov, at Plataiai, L 1,5; 

people of Pylos transferred to Ac- 

npeiov, VII. 89. 
Afjrptav, IfjidvTfs fK) V. 4. 
Atpos, II. I (v.) 20; 25. 5. 
AtffPos, Atofiioi, persuade Athenians to 

assume hegemony, I. 21 ; Athenian 

treatment of, ill. 264 ; receive kle- 

ruchy, i. 135 ; Sophokles at Lesbos, 

in. 248. 
Atravov kv ry TlpOTiovTiSi, Add. III. 

303 a. 
AfvicdSioi, at Plataiai, I. I ; Athenian 

spoils from Aevftas, m. 86 ; Themis- 

tokles and Afvreds, VI. 29 (p. 246). 
AUavt5es ir6\cis, in. 339 ; Tliurioi at 

war with Aevitavoi, III. 380. 
Acvieas, see AevitaStoi. 
AevKovoevs, AfVKOvotevs ^drvpos, II. 12. 

36 ; 1 3 praescr. 
Afvieov rfixos, m. 135, 136. 
AVKO(f>pvr)vr}, AevKOtypvvr), AfVKocppvs 

"Aprf/uts, VI. 33, 36, 44, 56, 
Aev/crpa, I. 27; III. 107. 

VKcuv, ill. 306. 
see 



s, Accu^Soras, AeapuTijs 'A\K- 
fiai<t}Vos'Aypav\f)Ofv, VI. 29 (p. 246), 

4> 43- 

AfcaKpdnjs, III. 83 ; VI. 160 (p. 286). 
Accav, ill. 287. 
AfowiSas, his monument, VI. 2 1 ; Accavi- 

5ov H\ei(TTapxos, VI. 20. 
AeojTrptirovs Stficoi't^?, VIII 97. 
AewrvxtS?;?, Aei/rux^as, king of Sparta, 

in command against Persia, i. 7 ; 



mentioned by Timokreon, vi. 29 
(p. 245) ; in Northern Greece, vn. 6, 
7 ; in exile at Tegea, 8 ; dies, 9 ; 

u Zev^iSafios, VII. 7. 
, see Af6<ppcuv. 
s, IV. 29. 

s, A'rjfj.vioi, Samian hostages in 
Lemnos, in. 238, 239 ; Athenians 
in, m. 292, 293 ; quota of, n. 3 (i.) 
3 (900); Philoktetes goes to Troy 
Aaf*vo8ev, VIII. 1 26. 
MIVCLIOV, I. 87. 
ATJTW, oath by, III. 124; 

AUTO/, VI. 29 (p. 245). 



Ar)$vav8i)s, II. 2 (i.) 5 b (17. 1} ; 3 
(iv.)2b; 4 (i.) I2 (55); 6 (i.) 43; 
7 (i.) i b; 8 (i.) 42; 10 (Hi.) 150 
(21. 4~); II (iv.) 70 (16.4); 12 (v.) 
2; 13 (iv.) 36 (16.4); 14 (i.) 66 
(16.4); 15 (ii.) 74 (16. 4). 

At - - , n. i (iii.) i b. 

Ai@vr), Aiftvts, VIII. IO, 18, 19 ; Aifivfs 
of Trpoy <&a.pq), III. 137; Egyptian 
troops from Ai@vrj, ill. 135. Kings : 
^Va^Tixos, V. 123; "Ivapos, III. 132. 

Ai&cav, VII. 90. 

Ai\v@ai'Tai, III. 328. 

Ai^j/ctfoi, ii. 8 (i.) 9 c (S3 . 2} ; 9 (v.) 31 ; 
I3(ii.)n (8.2); I 4 (ii.)2 3 ; 17 (v.) 
6(8.2}. 

AiVSos, AivSiot, Antiphon's speech on 
tribute of, I. 163 ; quota of, n. I (iii.) 
6; 3 (iv.) 14; 6 (iii.) n (1000); 10 
(iii.) 8c (600); 12 (iv.) 12 (600); 13 
(iv.) 25 (600) ; 14 (ii.) 57 (600) ; 19 
(i.) 19 (1000). See also Olidrai, 



Aiiraos ?, II. I (iii.) I b. 

Aixas SirapTidrrjs, VI. 72. 

AoxpiSts, AoKpls Ztcpvpia, VIII. 53, 54 ; 

AoKpoi saved by Hieron from Anaxi- 

las, vm. 54, 56 ; Thrasybulos retires 

to, vm. 144 (p. 340). 
AoKpoi 'O^uAcu, of Trpos AtTcuXm, in. 188 ; 

vn. 66. 

AoKpoi 'OlTOVVTlOl, III. IO7, IO8, 122. 

Aortas (Apollo), i. 99. 

AvySafJus, III. 287. 

AvjKrjarai, VI. 28. 

AvSt'a, I. 15, 16 ; III. 186. 

Avicia, Kimon subdues, ill. 46 ; tribute, 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



403 



55, 56 ; AVKIOI KOI aw., n. 9 (iii.) 31 

(2000), 

AUWO/^ST/S, ill. 26, 34. 
AvKopras 2,vpafe6<rios, VIII. 1 08. 
AVKOS, III. 34. 

AvKovpyos, general, ill. 278. 
Avftovpyos, orator, I. 60. 

AVKQJV, VIII. I O2. 

AvaavSpos 'A\a)irK7)0(v, father-in-law of 

Themistokles, VI. 30. 
AvaavSpos, Spartan general, ill. 210; 

vi. 1 6 

Avcravias, archon, vm. 144. 
AvaiaStjs Kffos, I. 138. 
Avalas, I. 97. 

AvfftOtiSijs, VI. 28 (p. 242). 
AvaiOfos, archon, ill. 8. 
AvoiOfos &v^aiTd8ijs, Hellenotamias, V. 

187. 

AvaircXrjs, VI. 141, 142, 145. 
AvfftKpaTT)?, archon, ill. 127, 278, 288, 

34 2 - 
Avaipaxifys, archon, in. 209, 357 ; V. 

123. 
Av0ifj.axos, father of Aristeides, v. 66 ; 

vi. 68, 69, 78, 79. 

s, son of Aristeides, VI. 63, 69, 



, III. 250. 
Avatar par os, archon, Vin. 132, 140. 
Avaiarparos, general, ill. 278. 
Aupvtfs, n. 9 (v.) 17. 

M - - (tributary state, 2 tal.), in. 308. 

M - - , Nai nap6., II. 10 (iii.) 1 6 c. 

M - - , epistates of public works, iv. 72. 

Ma --,11. 3 (iv.) 5. 

Mayvtjffia firt Maidvopa, MayvijTfs, 
Theniistokles at Magnesia, VI. 28-56; 
coins of, vi. 50, 54. 

MayvrjrtKa, of Possis, VI. 47. 

Madvaafjs, n. 3 (i.) 8 b (200) ; 5 (v.) 
21 b (100) ; 8 (ii.) 150 (100} ; 10 (v.) 
10 c; 12 (v.) 4; 13 (iv.) 38; 14 (ii.) 
64 (200); 19 (i.) 65 (100}', 21 (i.) 



t, slain at Kardia, III. 24 ; 
quota, ii. ii fr. 71. 8; 13 (ii.) 12 
(8.2}; 14 (ii.) 22 (8.2); 17 (v.) 5 
(83 . 2). 

Mdfapos, III. 328. 

McudvSpiot, II. i (ii.) IO b (66 . 4) ; 8 (ii.) 

D 



4?; 10 (v.) 6c; u (v.) i? and fr. 
69 a. 6 ? . 

MatavSpios 'Afifhjpirrjs, III. 370. 

), Mayvrjffia firi, VI. 28 (p. 243). 
, month, I. 72. 

MaivaXos, Phormis Mcuvd\ios, vm. 108 ; 
Aiiraiets Iv ry Maiva\iq, VII. 53. 
, III. 306. 

s, MaittSovia, Kimon refuses to 
invade Makedonia, in. 59 ; tributary 
to Athens, i. 186 ; trade relations 
with Athens, i. 186; Histiaians 
removed to, in. 217; Mykenaian 
refugees in, vii. 25 ; Perdikkas, king 
of, sind the Athenians, in. 271, 272 ; 
Athenian expenditure on, v. 116 ; 
Lakedaimonian power extends to, I. 
33; MaKfSoviKT) f3aat\(ia, in. 271. 
Ma/t8wv KpaT(p6s, VI. 63. 

Mamot, VII. 88. 

MaKpoxftp, 'ApTaipgr)s, in. I. 

MdXtot, MlyAtot, I. I, 5. 

WLa\o(f>6pos (ArjpiJT'rjp), VIII. 150. 

MavSdvr) Aapeiov, VI. 28 (p. 242). 

Manlius, A., in. 334. 

Mavriveia, MavTivf)?, take no part at 
Dipaia, vii. 53 ; in the Messenian 
war, vn. 79 ; allied with Athens, v. 
41, 42; synoikismos of, vn. 45; 
constitution of, 47-51 ; damiurgoi, 
51 ; battle of Mantineia, m. 107 ; 
Agesipolis takes the city, in. 18. 

MapaOrjaioi, ii. 8 (ii.) 5 ; 13 (i.) 6 (50) ; 
19 (i.) 16 (33.2). 

MapaOwv, battle of, III. 17, 30, 69, 107, 
I 3o> J 56; iv. ii (Marathonia vic- 
toria), 63 ; vi. 57 ; picture of, iv. 63 ; 
vn. 96 ; Simonides' elegy on, vm. 
78 ; MapaOwviot worship Herakles, 
IV. 63 ; MapaOwviov d\aos, vm. 78. 

MapaOuv ijpus, iv. 63. 

os : Ataxpwv, I. 104. 
, burns Athens, IV. 7 ; defeated 
at Plataiai, i. 5, 42 ; vi. 14 ; vm. 
75 ; his sword, IV. 76 ; visits Baby- 
lon, III. 2. 

Mdpiov, m. 151. 

VLapawfiTJs, WlapowTJs, Ma/wi'tYm, II. I 
(iii.) 5 (150); 2 (iv.) lib (150); 
3 (ii.) ii (250); 4 (ii.) 16 b (250); 
5 (iii.) 1 6 b (250) ; 6 (i.) 26 ; 8 (i.) 
28; 9 (ii.) 18 (250); 10 (ii.) 6c 



44 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



(150} ; ii fr. 72, 73 (iii.) 8 (150} ; 12 
(in.) 6 (150); 13 (iii.) 7; H ("0 3* : 
1 6 (v.) 17 (1000) ; 17 (v.) 27 (1000) ; 
18 (v.) 7(1000); I9(ii.)57. 
' Atyvdafftos, ill. 287. 
Zcuirvpov, Persian general, 
helps to capture Babylon, in. 2 ; 
betrays plot of Artabanos, 3 ; and is 
wounded in battle against him, 3 ; 
commands Persians in Egypt and 
Kilikia, in. 132, 135, 136, 139, 151, 
169 ; revolts, 132. 

MeyaK\ei8r)s, I. 108 ; III. 310. 

Meyatc^TJs, father of A(tvo/j,axr), VI. 132 ; 
of EvpvTTT6\e/Jos, v. 82 ; VI. 139. 

Me-yd/cA^s M(ya.K\fovs 'AXuircKfievs, 
secretary to tamiai of Athena, v. 189. 

M.ya.K\fjs, artist, VIII. 22. 
iroXis, VII. 17. 



Mtyapa, "M.eyap7)s, Meyapifcfj, Megarians 
at Plataiai, I. I, 5 ; quarrel with 
Korinth (cf. vii. 65) and join Athens, 
ill. 75 ; Athenians slain in Megaris, 
in. 80 ; Athenian spoils from, III. 
86 ; further fighting there, in. 88 ; 
Megara in Athenian hands, III. 112 ; 
revolt of Megara, ill. 205, 206, 210; 
MtyapiKov ^(piafM and its con- 
sequences, vi. 127, 143, 148, 149; 
ostracism in Megara, VII. 2 2 ; Megara 
founds Astakos, in. 304, Add. 303 b ; 
tomb of Empedokles at M., VIII. 195; 
Tepavfia vtrep Mfydpav, III. 98; Hrjyal 
rijs ~M.(yapiKrjs, III. 128 ; MeyapfTs 
Ni<rafot, vni. 128. 

Meyapa, in Asia?, VI. 48. 

M^yctpct, in Sicily, Meyapfis settled at 
Aitna, VIII. 47 ; Epcharmos at, vni. 
101, 102. 

Me8ovaa 77 Topywv, ill. 100. 

MfOojvaioi, in Thrace, assessment of 
their tribute, I. 86 ; quota, II. 28. 2 
(100) ; MeeavaToi and the toll at the 
Hellespont, in. 310. 

WltOduvrj TTJS AafcwviKrjs, captured by 
Tolmides, in. 115. 

MfAdi'^tos, poet, iv. 62. 

Me\avOiov Xdptcros 'Axapvcts, V. 182. 

Mf \rjaias Tlo\VK\4ovs 'Ocuevs, V. 189. 

Me\T)ffiov &ovKv5i5r)s, VI. 99, IOI, IO2. 

MeAtcro-o? 'Idayevovs 2d/ztos, ill. 239-241. 

MeA-tT?/, temple of Artemis Aristobule 



in, vi. 26, 29 (p. 245). MeAiT???: 
'A/MOT ... os, IV. 72 ; %fvo(pG>i', in. 
249 ; XaAt8evs, ii. 13 praescr. 
S, m. 135, 136. 

t, ii. 3 (ii.) 5 (800) ; 4 (i.) 8 
(800); 6 (iii.) 41 (1050); 8 (ii.) 31 
(1050); 9 (i.)35 " (iii.) 5 (500) ; 12 
(iii.) 20 (900); 13 (iii.) 20; 14 (ii.) 
32; 15 (ii.) 46 (500); 16 (vi.) ii 
(800); 17 (v.) 26 (800); 18 (v.) 6 
(800). See also Keairo\is McvSaiuv. 
Paionios of Mende, vii. 95. 

MeveK\rjs ev rS> ircpl 'AOrjvwv, IV. 27. 

M.evcXaos 'A\cav8pov, III. 272. 

Mcvtgcvos A?7/mos, in. 293. 

Mei/e^i/os of Plato, VI. 141, 142, 145. 

MeveaOevs, III. 13, 20. 

Wlfverifjios Aa/iTrrpcvs, II. 6. I. 

Menenius, C., m. 334. 

Menenius, L., m. 330. 

MeVtTTTroj, v. 91 ; vi. 150. 

Wfvv\\os, in. 124. 

Mevcav, archon, vill. 68. 

Mevcuv, sculptor, IV. 82. 

M.far)vioi, see Mcaffrjvrj. 

t, vill. 70. 

rjvrj, Wlcffarji/ia, Mfffarjviot, Mfffrj- 
viot, at war with Lakedaimonians, 
i. 145 ; m. 77, 115 ; vn. 65-85, 89 ; 
Messenians settled in Naupaktos, m. 
115 ; at war with Akarnanians, III. 
130; rule of Elis extends to Messene, 
vii. 89 ; Empedokles dies on his way 
to Messene, Vill. 195 ; TO M ffo"r)via.Kov 
rcDi/ EtAwrwi/, distinguished from ot 
apxrfoi, VII. 77. 

~M.Gffr)vr) f) 'SiKtXiKrj, 77 IJTI TO) "nop6fj.>, 
Anaxilaos, tyrant of, VIII. 54 ; Mi- 
kythos, regent of, 66, 136, 137; 
mercenaries settled \v ry Mccrffrjviq, 
vin. 151. See also ZdyK\rj. 

wv, month, IV. 106; V. 187. 
s, secretary to Council, iv. 72, 



svirenos, architect, IV. 105. 
'Afcpayavrivos, father of Empe- 
dokles, vni. 159, 164, 168. 
MfJSos, MrjdiKos, of (s Mr)8ovs <f)vyovT(s, 
I. 125; Medi satellites of Pausanias, 
VI. 6 ; Medico, vestis, ibid. ; Mr)8ircf} 
<pcai>T], vi. 44. See also Ilepacu. 
Wlr)8vfj,i/aioi, relation to Athens, I. 121. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



405 



MrjKvnepvai'oi, ~M.r)rcv@(pvatoi, II. I (iv.) 

10 ; 3 (ii.) 9; 5 (Hi.) 9 b (100}; 6 
(i.) 10 ; 7 tii.) 9; 8 (i.) 12 (100); 
9(ii.) 24 (66.4); 10 (iii.) 3 (66. 4); 

11 (iii.) nc (66.4); 12 (iii.) 13 
(6'6.4); 13 (iii.) 13; 14 (i.) 32; 16 
(v.) ii ; 17 (v.) 19 (200); 18 (v.) 23; 
19 (ii.) 41 (100). 

M7]fXtoi, MaAtot, I. I, 5. 
MrjTpopios, VI. 72. 
Mi'Say, VI. 52. 
Mi'Sem, VII. 17. 

) III. 8. See 'A<T7ra- 



Mi6pi5a.Tr)s, the Great, ill. 306. 

MiOpoiravrrTrjs, VI. 29 (p. 250). 

Micalus, see Mt/fv0os. 

Mt/ciVa? 'E7earafos, III. 327. 

MIKV&OS Xo/pov, succeeds Anaxilaos at 
Rhegion, viu. 63, 64, 132, 136; 
colonizes Pyxus, 65, 66 ; retires to 
Tegea, 132, 136, 137 ; his dedications 
at Olympia, I35~ I 37- 

MIKOJV, Athenian painter, IV. 69. 

MIKOJV, father of Onatas, viu. 1 12. 

Micros, MtA^crtot, founders of Amisos, 
in. 302 ; of Pantikapaion, 306 ; con- 
tract with Athens, I. 129 ; Athenian 
officers in M., ibid. ; cf. p. 35 ; special 
commissioners at, ibid. ; cf. p. 36 ; of 
j8e \Tiffroi rwv M. and the Athenians, 
I. 145 ; quota, IT. 3 (ii.) 4 b ; 5 (v.) 
12 b (1000) ; 8 (i.) 20 c; 9 fr. 63. 2 ; 
10 (i.) ib; 12 (i.) 33 (500); 13 (i.) 
31; 15 (ii.) ii (500); 19 (i.) 59; 
25. 4; with AC/JOS and Tetxtowraa, 
(1000) ; institution of ostracism at 
Miletos, vil. 22 ; Ai68ct)pos ev rS> trepl 
MiXrjTov, VI. 142. MtAiJtnot : 'Apiara- 
yopas, III. 65 ; 'AcT7ra<rt'a, V. 1 2 1 ; VI. 
141-143, 145 ; 'IiriroSafjios, III. 355 ; 
iv. 37, 41-43. 

MtXTjatoi ! Afpov, II. I (v.) 19 (300). 
See also 25. 5. 

MtAi7<rtot kv Icixtovaari, II. I (v.) 21. 
See also 25. 6. 

MiXfcwpiot, Mi\Twpioi, II. 17 (vi.) 31 
(16.4); 1 8 (iv.) 9 (50); 19 (ii.) 80 
(50). 

MtArtaS^s, at Marathon, iv. 63 ; im- 
prisoned, vi. 35, 63 ; compared with 
Myronides, in, 107; MtArtdSot; Kt/xo;i/, 



m. 16-18, 30, 31, 47, 151, 156; iv. 
56 ; vil. 66, 71. 
Mi\TidSr)s KifjLcavos, effects peace with 

Sparta, m. 112, 148. 
MtArw 'EpfAOTipov QfojKats, 77 /rot' Aoiraffia, 

VI. 141. 

MiArw/Mot, see Mi\fcajpioi. 
Minerva, see 'Adrjvd. 
MtVws, iv. 69. 

dv, v. 21. 

eifys, archon, in. 107, 122. 
v. 155. 
, IV. 102, 103. 

efjLt0TOK\eovs, VI. 30. 
MoAoTTOt, MoAoTTcDi' X^P a > VI - 2 8 (p. 
242) ; /SaatAfi;? *A8fj.T)Tos, vi. 28 
(pp. 241, 242), 29 (p. 246), 31, 35, 



, 

'S 7 ?*? archon, in. 243. 

, iv. 40. See also 



^j month, v. 39. 

" 1 } Mow't/x/a, IV. 7, 50. See 
also Movj/tx'a. 

Mo^oiria, III. 382 ; MOI^OTTO? vavapxia, 
III. 381, 382. 

Mvyiaarjs, II. 4 (iv.) 1 8. 

MvSoi/es, II. 1 (v.) 6 ; 3 (i.) 5 (25} ; 6 
(iii.) 4 (25) ; 9 (iii.) 21 ; n (iv.) 90 
(25) ; 14 (ii.) 55 (25). 

Mvqao-toi, ii. 3 (ii.) 6b (150); 5 (v.) I4b 
(100); 8(i.) 22 c; 9 (v.) 33 ; 12 (i.) 
27; 13 (i.) 28; 14 (i.) 2; 15 (ii.) 12 
(100) ; Mvous granted to Themistokles, 
VI. 28 (p. 243), 29 (p. 250), 33, 35, 
36, 44, 46, 48. 

Mu/fdA?/, ill. 44 ; vi. 86 ; vn. 7. 

MvKavrjs, My/n^at, MvKrjvcuoi, My- 
kenaians at Plataiai, i. i, 5 ; war 
with Argos, and destruction of the 
city, vil. 17, 23-25, 28, 29; friend- 
ship with Lakedaimon, vn. 23. 

Wvicomoi, n. 4 (i.) 10 (150) ; 6 (v.) 8 ; 
8 (ii.) i8b; 12 (v.) 15 (100); 14 (i.) 
72 (100); i6a (ii.) 6 (100); 19 (i.) 
72. 

WvXaarjs, II. 5 (i.) 12 (100) ; 8 (ii.) 170 
(100 ; ; 9 (v.) 18; 10 (v.) i8c (S6.4); 
I3(iv.)34(6.4); 14 (ii.) 65 V S6 . 4) ; 
I5(-)73(S6.4). 

MuAo? of Epicharmos, vili. 102. 

t, M. irapa. IfpfjLfpa, II. 2 (iv.) 8 b 



406 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



(8.2); 3 (v.) 18 (8.2); 4 (iii.) 25 
(8.0); 5 (ii.) II (8.2); 6 (iii.) 10 
(8.2); 10 (v.) i6c (8.2); II (iii.) 
18(8.2); 12 (v.) 6; 16 a (i.) 7 ; 19 
(i.) 17(16.4). 

Mvvvfo.5, V. 132. 

Mi/oOy, see Mv^trcrtot. 

Mu/iiva in Aiolis, VI. 23 ; quota, Mvpiva, 
Wvpivaiot (irapa Kv/^i/), II. 3 (iii.) 7 
(100) ; 4 (iv.) 29 (100) ; 5 fr. 25 (ii.) 
5(100); 6 (i.) 9; 8(i.) n(100); 9 
(i.) 15 (100); 13 (i.) 15 (100); 15 
(i.) 18 ; I/)., ibid. 19 ; 16 a (i.) n ; 
19 (i.) 45 (100) ; 23 (iii.) 6 ; lm<f>., 
ibid. 7 ; 24. 2 (100). See also 'EAcut'a, 
'EAcufrcu. 

Mvpwa in Leinnos, A.r)fjLvioi ey Mvpivrjs, 
III. 292 ; Wvpivcuoi, tribute, III. 296 ; 
quota, II. 8 (ii.) 230; 10 (iv.) 170; 
ii (v.) loc (150) ; 12 (v.) 32 ; 13 (v.) 
35 (150) ; 14 (ii.) 82 (150). 

Mvppivovaioi : Kix^ffi^Tros, iv. 74 ; 
s, II. 21.3; 6 5Va, IV. 95. 
KaAAtof, in Megaris, III. 88; 
at Oinophyta, 107 ; subdues Boiotia 
and Opuntian Lokris, 107; subdues 
Lokris and Phokis and invades Thes- 
saly, 122; emulated by Toliuides, 
in. 115; Perikles and M., vi. 160 
(p. 285) ; mentioned by Aristophanes, 
v. 104 ; by Eupolis, vi. 141. 

Mvat'a : - - va - irapd Mvaiav. II. 20, 14. 

Wvaoi, II. i (iv.) 15 (38. 2}. See also 



Mvri\r)vr], MtmAqi/afot, relation to 
Athens, I. 120; constitution, I. 142, 
148 ; M.vriXijva'ioi in Samian war, in. 
238 ; Helos and Herodes at M., I. 180. 

Not'a TTQpa M - -, Na^tarcu, Na^rat, II. 

3 (v.) 8; 4(iv.) 12; 6 ^iii.) 2 (8.2); 

10 (iii.) 16 c (8 . 2) ; 12 (iv.) 23; 13 

(iv/ i2 3(8.2); 14 (i.) 56 (8.2); 19 

(i.) 24(8.2). 
Naos, Naiot, at Plataiai, I. I, 5 ; sub- 

jection of, ill. 41 ; adventure of 

Themistokles off N., vi. 29 (p. 247) ; 

kleruchy established in N. by 

Tolmides, III. 127, 288, 311, 315; v. 

89; quota, ii. 8 (ii.) 8b (666.4); 

10 (iv.) 12 c; 12 (v.) 16 (666.4); 

14 (i.) 74(666.4); 19 (i.) 71 (666. 4). 



NdfO in Sicily, settled at Leontinoi, 

vm. 43. 
Napiff0aprjs,ll. I (v.) 5 ; 4 (iv.) 27 (16 . 4); 

5 (ii.) 2 c; 6(i.) 2 (16.4); 8 (i.) 4 

(16.4); I4 (i.)5 4 (16.4). 
Natrot of Epicharmos, vm. 56. 
JfavKpiTOV 'Apxeditcos A.afj.irTp(vs, V. 7- 
Nav7raTos, Tolmides settles Helots in, 

III. 115 ; VII. 66, 81-82 (cf. p. 100) ; 

quarrel of N. with Akarnanians, in. 

130. 

- - , tamias of Athena, III. 260. 

?, rhetor, in. 1 59. 
"KavffiviKos, archon, 378/7 B.C., I. 112. 
JtavaiorpaTos Sreipievs, trierarch, v. 21. 

K.pa.Ti)S A.afj.irrpevs, V. 186. 
?, archon, 320/19 B.C., v. 7. 
HtavSpetfjs, II. I (iii.) 10 

(S3. 2); 3 (iii.) 6 (33. 2); 4 (iv.) 21 ; 

5 fr. 25 (ii.) ii (33.2); 9 (i.) 29 

(33 . 2) ; 10 (i.) 60513 (ii.) 29 (33 . 2; ; 

J 5 (i.) 3 (33.2) ; 21 (ii.) 12 (33.2). 
eav6r)s KvtKr)v6s, VI. 29 (p. 250), 44 ; 

vm. 164 (p. 346), 1 68, 183, 195. 

y, in Campania (Neairo\irai, 
: foundation of Aa/iiraS- 

IKOS 5p6pos at N. by Diotimos, in. 381, 

382 ; coin of N. (NeTroAtr^s), III. 383 ; 

Neapolitans occupy Pithekussai, vm. 

61. 
NeaTroAis, NcaTroAts air' 'AQrjvtav, II. 5 fr. 

25 (ii.) 3 (16. 4); 13 (ii.) 25(5); 15 

(i.) 29 (5). 
NeaTToAts, N. 4i> pa7j, N. nap 1 'Avn- 

adpav, NeoiroXiTai, N. of irapa aoov, 

I. 159 ; II. i (v.) 9 (16 . 4) ; 5 (iii.) 7 b 

(16.4); 6 (i.) 18 (16.4); 8 (i.) 20 

(16.4); 9 (ii.) 4 ; 10 (iii.) 5 (16. 4); 

1 2 (ii.) 28 (16 . 4) ; 16 (vi.) 8 (16 . 4) ; 

17 (vi.) 3 (16.4); 18 (v.) I 4 ;i9(ii.) 

Ncdn-oAts, N. Mei'SatW, NcoTroAmu, N. 
MefScuW diroiKoi, N. naAA^^y, II. 
i (ii.) 9 b (50) ; 4 (i.) 8 (50) ; 5 (iii.) 
20 b; 6 (v.) 24 (50); 7 (ii.) 7 ; 9 (ii.) 
16 (50); 10 (ii.) i6c; nfr. 72, 73 
(iii.) 6 (50); 12 (iii.) 4 (50); 14 (i.) 
33 ; 15 (ii.) 47 (50) ; 17 (vi.) 10 (50) ; 
i8(v.)3(50); 19 (ii.) 42 (50) ; 22.4. 

NcfAos, m. 135. 

Ne/u'a, near Kleonai, VII. 2^; Perikles 
defeats Sikyoniaus at, m. 128. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



407 



, Nf/xctct (If pa), in. 69 ; vn. 23, 28. 
Nc'/xf 0"ts of Kratinos, VI. 86. 
NeotfATys, father of Themistokles, in. 
324 ; vi. 36, 59- 

NfO/f\^S flM<7TOK\OV$, VI. 30, 36. 

NeojroAiYcu, NeiroAirai, see NfOTroA.*?. 
Ntptuni fanum Taenari, vi. 6. 
HC/MO? (Emperor), VIII. 136. 
NcWo?, in. 177. 
N<TTa;p, VII. 89. 
Ne(pe\OKOKKvyiai, I. 162. 
US, temenos of, V. 1 66. 
s, p. 185. 

, II. 12 (v.) II ; 13 (v.) 

31; 14. 72; 15. 83; i6a (ii.) 3; 19 

(i.) 66. 

N^o-toms 0uA7/, at Thurioi, in. 346. 
N 770-05, of Syrakuse, occupied by Thrasy- 

bulos, vin. 144 (p. 339) ; by Gelon's 

mercenaries, 146, 147. 
N'/f77, 'AOrjvaia, I. 108 ; NJ/CT; on gable of 

temple of Zeus at Olympia, in. 100 ; 

at Delphoi, dedicated by Gelon, vin. 

23, by Hieron, 114 ; at Athens, Nmu 

at xpv, v. 155. 

, VI. IOT. 
Ni/fT/parou, Athenian general, III. 

120; vi. 101, 109, no; his friend 

Hieron, in. 349. 
Nw'as Sv/m/couatos, III. 363. 
Nt/ro - - , epistates of prytany, in. 310. 
ViKo-yei'rjs, of Aigai, vi. 29 (pp. 247, 

248). 
tJneoK\r}s, speech of Antiphon against, 

IV. 48. 

tJiKOK\f}s 2vpatcovffios, Hieron's father- 
in-law, vin. 20. 

ffJ.iffroK\fovs, VI. 30. 

V. 35. 
KAco/^cj/ovs, Lakedaimonian, 

ill. 90. 
fftKOf^rjSrjs, son-:n-law of Themistokles, 

VI. 30. 

JXiKwvia, ill. 308. 
NtVcur, III. 359. 
Nto-ctfoi VLfyapeis, VIII. 128. 
Niavpioi, in the Ionian tribute-district, 

p. ii ; quota, n. 3 (iv.) 4 (150) ; 9 (i.) 

6; isOOQ^jisaOPC* 00 );^ 

(i.) 42. 
Nooroi of Lysimachos, ill. 250. 

??, II. i (ii.) 3b (83.2)', 2 (iv.) 3b 



(33. 3); 3 (v/)li (33.2); 4 (iv.) 5 
(33 . 2} ; 5 fr. 25 (ii.) 8 (33 . 2) ; 6 (iii.) 
22 (33. 2)', 8 (ii.) 1 9 (33. 2); 13 (i.) 
8 (33.2); 15 (i.) 24 (33.2); em<p. 
ibid. 25 (5.3); 24.8(1.4); 25.9 
(33.2). 

Nous, nickname of Anaxagoras, vi. 116. 

Nu^</>ato', III. 298, 306-308 (tribute, 
2 tal.). 

HvfjLtpts 'HpaK\furr]s, VI. 14. 

SdvOiinros, archon, I. 7 ; VIII. 75 (Hai'- 
TtjrTros) ; general, I. 7, 9 ; consulted 
as to plans of Themistokles, iv. 15 ; 
mentioned by Timokreon, vi. 29 (p. 
244) ; his sons : 'Api<pp(uv, vi. 132 ; 
IlfpiK\f)s, i. 60; ill. 126, 243; iv. 93; 
v. 121; vi. 79, 132, 135, 142. 
BdvOiiriros IlepiKXeovs, V. 119; VI. 129, 

130, 141, 147. 
SdvOos V rots ircpl 'E^rrcSo/fAcou?, VIII. 

1 66. 

HtVeros, father of Empedokles (?), vin. 
159 (of. 'E^aiVcros). 

VIII. .42. 

<&\vf)0tv, v. 182; XoXapyevs, 
IV. 105. 

, brother of Theron, VIII. 42. 
, founder of Thurioi, in. 346, 

352- 

vofpdvrjs KoXo^woj, in Sicily, VIII. 

109-111 ; Empedokles his pupil, 164 

(P- 346). 

vo<pwi' KopivOios tv'iKa. ardSiov, ill. 58, 
82 ; VII. 66. 

ei/o^wj/ M(\iTvs, general, in. 249. 

f'p^s, expedition to Greece, vi. 8, 44 ; 
vii. 10; vin. 23, 27 ; poem of Empe- 
dokles on, vin. 183; supported by 
Thebes, in. 107 ; sack of Athens, iv. 
7, 55 ; his chariot, iv. 76 ; Greek fear 
of another invasion, iv. 3 ; his affairs 
in Persia, in. i ff. ; Pausanias and 
Xerxes, vi. 2, 3, 5-7, 28 ; Themis- 
tokles and Xerxes, VI. 28, 29, 35, 44, 
48, 49 ; Inaros and Xerxes (Arta- 
xerxes), ill. 132 ; his death, in. 3, 8- 
10, 134; VI. 33; his general Mar- 
donios, vin. 75 ; his children, ill. i, 
2 ; vi. 36, 44. 

vjreTcuwv : - - /xaxos XaptSi^ov, II. 1 8. 
2 ; BvneTtoy: Mera^^s, IV. 105. 



408 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



'O (tributary city), n. 4 (v.) 26 

(8.2}. 
'O 'EaricuoOev, epistates of public 

works, IV. 95. 
"Oa, deme, VI. ill; "OaOcv : Adfjuav 

Aajuatt'iSov, ibid. 

'Oaifvs: Me\r)ffias IloXvicXfOvs, V. 189. 
'Odaaaffffis, III. 287. 
'OfoAai A.OKpoi, VII. 66. 
"OOopos, 'O06ptoi } II. 12 (iii.) 27 (12 . 4} ; 

13 (iii.) 26; 14 (ii.) 42; 16 (v.) 16; 



Olidrai A<v5tW, n. I (ii.) 7b (55). 
OlvaToi, Olv. ev 'ifcdpw, l 'Indpov, 'I/cap., 
II. I (iii.) 7 (733 . 2) ; 4 (ii.) 8 (733 . 2) ; 
5 (ii.) 2; 6 (i.) 28; 8 (i.) 3 6; 9(1.) 
io(66.4); 13 (i.) 10 (66. 4); 15 (i.) 
15; 19 (i.) 47 (700); 20.5; ?2i(i.) 
14. 

Olvaios : * . . . . o . . . , iv. 95. 
OlveiSov Fopyoivos, i. 1 08. 
Olvrjls (pvXrf, III. 102 ; VI. 85. 
OividSai, Perikles at, ill. 126-128; cap- 
tured by Naupaktians, recaptured by 
Akarnanians, 130; military impor- 
tance of, 131. 

Olvorj, battle of, IV. 63 ; VII. 62. 
Qivbtyvra, battle of, III. 96, 106-108, 

no. 

Oi'ot;, o SeTva !, III. 260. 
'OAa . 77?, II. 2 (i.) 10 b (77.7). 
'OAjSta, m. 308 (tribute, i tal.). 
"OA/3ios, VI. 29 (p. 248). 
'OAo^ioi, n. 4 (i.) 14 b (33 . 2) ; 6 (iii.) 
1 8 (25); 9 (ii.) 8 (33.2); ii fr. 72, 
73 (ii.) 4 (33 . 2) ; 12 (ii.) 32 (33 . 2) ; 
1 3 ("035 (S3. 2); 16 (vi.) 5 ; 17 (v.) 
25 (33.2); 19 (ii.) 39. 
'OAu/nrm, dedications at, by Lakedai- 
monians, in. 100; by Phormis, vm. 
108 ; by Hieron, 112; by Mikythos, 
136 ; statue of Zeus at, see 'OAu/nrtos 
Zctfe; Empedokles at, vm. 166, 170; 
Themistokles at, vi. 29 (p. 247) ; 
Leophron at, vm. 1 39 ; victories of 
Alkibiades, vm. 139 ; of Empedokles, 
176; of Hieron, VIII. 5. 'OAt$/rtos, 
see below. Temples, see under Zevs. 
iravrjyvpis, VIII. 201 ; 'OAi//*- 
VIKOU. of Hieron, vm. 5. 
'OAu/tTTtas TrAarffa, at Thurioi, III. 346. 
'OAv/t7rtoScy/>os, VI. 56. 



'O\Vfj,Tnov, at Akragas, VIII. 149. 
> O\vfjimov'iKa.i of Eratosthenes, vm. 164. 
'O\v/Jiirios Zcvs, dedications to, III. 376 ; 

VII. 84, 85; VIII. 4, 112; aywv of, 

112; Alkibiades' sacrifice to, 139; 

fine to, i. I3'o; Pheidias' statue of, 

iv. 8 1 ; vn. 93, 94. See also Zevs. 
'OXvfimo?, nickname of Perikles, VI. 

142, 144. 
'OAuV&ot, II. i (iv.) 6; 2 fr. 5. 2 ; 4 (iv.) 

J 5 ; 7 (") 8 ; 9 (ii.) 25 ; 1 2 (iii.) 14 ; 

13 (iii.) 14; 14 (ii.) 37 (200) ; 15 (i.) 

46 (500); 17 (v.) 24 (200); 19 (ii.) 

40 (200). 

: 'Efj.irfSoK\rfs, VIII. 79. 

in. 13, 20, 219; vm. in; 

statue at Olyinpia, vm. 136. 
'On<pa\r), nickname of Aspasia, VI. 141, 

142. 

"Ovaaos, I. 73. 
'Octrees Mi'/Kui/os AiyivrjTtjs, VIII. 71, 112, 

"3* 

'OTTOVVTIOI, see AoKpot. 

'Opfffrrjs, III. 31. 

'OpOo/j.vovs I 3fvo(j)dvr]s ) VIII. HO. 

'OpiffKos, III. 132. 

'Opveai, VII. 17. 

'Oprvyia, VIII. 123. 

s, statue of, vm. 136. 
, see 'EpxojJievioi. 
OvXiaSrjs Sdfttos, I. 21. 
OuAtarat, see AuAearcu. 
"Ocpis, III. 1 8. 

n - - (tributary state), II. 19 (i.) 57. 

11070*, see n?77cu. 

Tlayaaai, VII. 10. 

Ilaiavirjs : Arjuddrjs Arjfifov, V. 7 ; IIpai- 

jSovAos, I. 105. 
UatpiadSrjs, III. 306. 

naiaTjvoi, II. 3 (v.) 21 (16 . 4} ; 4 (iv.) 
7 (16 . 4} ; 6 (v.) 26 ; 9 (i.) 28 (76 . 4) ; 
10 (i.) 70; 12 (ii.) 19; 14 (ii.) 16 
(18.4)i 15 00 32 (i. 4); J 7 (iv.) 
27 ; m<p., ibid. 28, ? 26. 6. 
nataiy ? III. 24. 

Hat(uvi5r)s : Ato5 . . . . , II. 8 . 3. 
Tlaiwvios Mevdaios, VII. 95. 
vrj, ii. 4 (iv.) 19. 

s, II. 2 (i.) 8 b (114 . 5). 
VI. 23. 
uffioi, II. 4 (ii.) 13 (S . 2) J 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



409 



6(iv.) 7; 8(ii.) 39(8.2); 9 (i.) 20 
(8.2) ; 10 (i.) 8 c ; n (i.) 7 b (8 . 2) ; 
12 (i.) 35 (8.2}; 14 (i,) 14 (8.S); 
15 (i.) 28(8.2). 

Ua\aiffKr)^i9, VI. 29 (p. 250), 44, 46, 

na\ajjLrjST]s in Aischylos, v, 30. 

naXivovpos, vili. 66. 

naAActS/o;, Sttfj; 7r2, V. 76. 

IlaAAds, procession in honour of, V. 77. 
See also 'AOrjvd. 

naXXrjvfts: ^iXojtdSrjs,!. 104. 

na\\rjvrj, see Neon-oAfTcu l/f Ha\\r)vr]^ 

Pamphila, m, 364. 

nafMpv\ia t Gk. power extends to Pam- 
phylia and Ha^vhtov ire\ayos, I. 33 ; 
in. 43 ; river Eurymedon in Pam^ 
phylia, in. 47, 50, 51 ; $aarf\ls TTO\IS 
nafjKpvXiaSf in. 165, 177. 

naj*(pv\ov tieyovoiy VIII. 46. 

IlavaOrjvaia (i) at Athens, musical con- 
test, IV. 100 ; financial year dated by, 
I. 1 08; v. 155, 190; assessment of 
tribute at, I. 74, 86 ; n. TO, pyd\a, 
expenditure on, v. 199; offerings 
from allies and colonies, I, 72, 125; 
in. 317 ; (2) at Magnesia, VI. 47. 

ndvaivos, vii. 93, 96, 97. 

Ilaramos, VI. 139. 

navaftvTjs Kaff/3w\\ios, III. 287. 

Uavdiovh (f>v\ri, ill. 206 ; VI. III. 

nave \\yves, VI. 72. 

navQcia'AKpayavrivrj, VIII. 191. 

navOoiSrjs Xfos, VI. 30. 

Tlavralvov ovKv8i8r)s, VI. 99. 

navra\(cav, Athenian, V. 36. 

navraXfuv, father of Tlvppos king of 
Pisa, vii. 88. 

TlavriKcnrcuov, III. 306. 

navvdoffios 3>opni<uv, ill. 287. 

Pax, altar of, ill. 161 ; see also Eiprjvrj. 

Ilap - (tributary state), II. 2 fr. 5, 8 
(16.4}. 

Tlapa\os nepiK\OVS t V. 119; VI. 129, 
131, I 4 I. 

, sacred vessel, v. 114. 
s, II. IO (iii.) 2O c (8 . 2}. 
), ill. 382. 

nap0(vojv, building accounts, iv. 73? 
how the expenses were defrayed, iv. 
75f. ; date of, iv. 81 ; architects 
Iktinos, 92, 97-99 ; Kallikrates, 97 ; 
picture of Themis tokles, in, vi. 55. 



Ilapiavoi, II. I (v.) 15 (100); 7 (iii.) 8 
(100}; 9 (v.) 29; I3(ii.)i7 (53.2); 
14 (ii.) 25; 15 (ii.) 28 (S3. 2}; 17 
(v.) 4 (100}; 19 (ii.) 27 (100). 

Udpioi and Kimon, VI. 94 ; quota, II. 5 
(iv.) i8b (16'#0); 6 (iv.) 41 (31680); 
8 (ii.) 7b (1620); 12 (v.) 24); 14 
(i.) 81 (1620). 

Hapfj.evi5T)S <pvcriK6s, VI. 124; VIII. 163; 
OVK av 8oai rfjs 8ta\KTitcrjS dircipas 
*X flv f Vin. 1 80; teacher of Empe- 
dokles, vin. 159, 161, 162; who 
alludes to him, 164 (p. 346) ; met by 
Plato, 162. 

ar&Siov 



VII. 23. 
Ilapvaaia, invaded by Myronides, ill. 

107 (p. jo8). 
Tlapvacraos , cities of the AcapieTs under, 

III. 90. 
Uaptrdpioi, UapirapiSiTai, II. 3 (iii) 5 b ; 

4 (ii.) 7 (16.4); 5 (ii.) 8 (16.4); 

6 (ii.) 38 (16. 4); 8(i.) 19 b; 9 (iii.) 

22 (16.4); 10 (v.) 70 (16.4); 13 

(iv.) 28 (16.4); 14 (i.) 69; 15 (ii.) 

79(^.4). 
naaavSijs, n. 4 (iii.) 22 (50); 5 (i.). 8 

(50) and (v.) 20 b (50); 9 (v.) 21; 

10 (iii,) 12 c (50) ?; 12 (iv.) 7 (50) ; 

13 (iv.) 8 (50); 14 (i.) 48; 15 (i.) 

69; 19 (i.) n. 
HaffiKpareia, VIII. 150. 
na.Tpa.fvs, in. 308. 
navffavias KAfo/j/3poTov, at Plataiai, I. 

12; admiral of the Greeks, 12, 13, 

22, 42; frees Kypros, 12; sails to 

Hellespont, 12; takes Byzantion, 12, 

14; his brutality, 19, 21, 23, 38, 42 ; 

treachery and end, vi. 122, 28, 44; 

relations with Themistokles, vi. 28, 

2 9> SJ-SS, 37 J bronze images of, 

vi. 2, 5, 22; other monuments, 21, 

22. 
navffavias n\iffTodvaKTos at Tegea, 

vii. 8. 
navcravias cpwfttvos of Empedokles, VIII. 

184, 191, 194. 
Ilauo'aj't'as, lexicographer : T(Tpaj06\ov 

@ios napd II., V. 115. 
nd x r)s, vi. 63. 
n --- or n?; - - (tributary state), ii. 

2 fr., 5. 9. 



410 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



of Kallias KOJ^IKUS, VI. 142. 
See Errata. 

vs, archon, in. 151. 

67 AlVSov, 4A. AtV5o>, II. 10 (iii.) 
7 c (1.4}; 12 (iv.) 18; (13 (iv.) 18 

0-<); H (*) 58 (J.rf); 15 (i.) 79 
(i.4); 19 (i.) 20(84.2). 

II0a> 0<i, VI. 29 (p. 244). 

Ileipacik, Hfipcuevs, fortification and 
development of, Hi. 355 ; iv. 7-53 ; 
v - 3~7 > tKOLToarri levied in, I. 174; 
democratic character of inhabitants, 
v. 59 ; Kimon returns to P. before 
starting on Eurymedon campaign, 
III. 46 (p. 93) ; Aiyiva \forj TOV 
TlipaiSjs, VI. 157 ; Htipaiuv rpirrvs, 
v. 17. 

Ufipaifvs, name of Amisos, ill. 302, 303. 

Ilcipaiijs : Aiovvatos EvK\fi8ov, v. 182; 
- - ivos, in. 260. 

Hfipaaos' f Ap'Yov, VII. 26. 

HtiaOfTcupos, I. 162, 172. 

Ilei<ndva, VIII. 191, 194. 

HdffiavaKTfios oroa, iv. 62. 

TlfKnarparidai, VI. 86 ; TlaaiffT partial 
vfoi, vi. 160 (p. 286). 

Ufiaiffrparos, VI. 89, 90. 

Ue\aajoi, in Skyros, in. 28 ; in Athens, 
iv. 58. 

H(\faTai, TL(\fia.rai, II. 3 (v.) 8 b ; 5 
(v.) 22 b (50) ; 7 (iii.) 6 (66.4)', 8 
(ii.) i6c (50); 9 (v.) 22; 10 (v.) 
nc; 12 (v.) 5; 13 (v.) 3; 14 (i.) 
64 (50) ; 15 (ii.) 82 ; 19 (i.) 28. 
of Achaia, in. 86. 

s, affairs of, see chap. VII ; 
first Peloponneso- Attic war, HI. 70 ff'.; 
Athenians land in, in. 78 ; Thebes 
offers to represent Spartan interest 
outside P., in. 107 (p. 107); ex- 
peditions to Tolmides, in. 116, 117. 
119; Perikles, 126-128 ; Timotheos, 
161 ; settlers for Aitna from P., viil. 
43 ; Empedokles visits, vin. 1 70, 171, 
194 ; exports to Athens, in. 186 ; 
HfXoirovvrjffiafcos iroA.e/*o?, II. 32 ; VI. 
J 43> J 45 See also Act/5cu/xoi>toi, 



Tlfvia 0ea, VI. 29 (p. 244). 
n(VTf\fjQtv, IIfVTe\r)<ri, iv. 89, 90. 
ntiraprjeioi, in the Thrakian tribute- 
district, p. 1 1 ; quota, n. i (ii) i b ? 



(SOO) ; 3 (iii.) 5 (SOO) ; 4 (iv.) 2 
(300); 6 (ii.) 44 (SOO); 9 (ii.) 21 
(300) ; 12 (iii.) 10 (300) ; 13 (iii.) 10 
(300); I 4 (ii.)3; i? (*) J 7 (500); 
1 8 (v.) 19 ; 19 (ii.) 48 ; sea-fight off 
Peparethos, iv. 33. 
- -, n. 8 (ii.) I3b. 
Kas, king of Makedon, III. 271- 
273 ; his son 'A/j^eAas, 272. 
ris, AioSwpos 6, V. 82. 

, VII. 65 (p. 299), 70. 
HfpiK\rjs EavOiirirov ~X.o\apyevs. (i) 
Foreign Politics his dealings with 
the tribute, i. 40, 53, 60 ; at Tanagra, 
III. 103 ; expedition to Peloponnesos 
and Korinthian gulf, 126-129; to 
Asian waters, 160; to Delphoi, 190 ; 
his advice to Tolmides, 196; in the 
Eubuian revolt, 208-211, 216, 217; 
in Spartan invasion, 210-214, 361 ; 
Spartan dislike of him, 146 ; in 
Samian war, 238-243, 249, 253; 
Samian Epitaphios, 267 ; in Cher- 
sonesos, 288, 290 ; in the Euxine, 
297 ; sends Lampon to Thurioi, 350 ; 
treatment of Megarians, vi. 127, 
143, 145, 148, 149. (2) Home 
Politics beginning of his career, VI. 
91-96 ; originally an oligarch, 77 ; 
attack on Areiopagos, vi. 71,72, 83; 
relations with Kimon, in. 102, 153 ; 
V. 82; VI. 77, 144; with Ephialtes, 
v. 87; with Thukydides son of 
Melesias, vi. 97-105, 1 20 ; his policy, 
v - 89-93 ; his political instruments, 
v. 91 ; introduces fjuffOotyopia, v. 96, 
97 ; Siavofj.}) rwv 8r)fj.oaiwv, VI. 73 ; 
limits the citizenship, v. 119-121, 
124; attacked by Simmias, VI. 42; 
punished by Athenians, VI. 63 ; a 
Hellenotamias, vi. 85 ; character of 
his rule, VI. 100 ; influence with the 
democracy, v. 72, 73, 83 ; public 
works, iv. 26, 50-52, 70, 81, 92, 93, 
100, 102. (3) Personal his friends : 
Damon, vi. 108-115, 119; Anax;i- 
goras, 112, 114, 116-123, 151, 152, 
1 60 ; Pythokleides, 1 13, 119 ; Arclie- 
laos, 114; Zenon, 124, 125 ; Gorgias, 
VIII. 199, 202 ; Aspasia, vi. 141-145, 
149, 151; their child, 145, 146; 
scandals, 150; his own and adopted 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



411 



children, 129-137; other relations, 
140; his origin, 85-90; personal 
manner, ibid. , 152, 153; style, 154- 
158; character, 159-161; Plato's 
opinion, 66 ; Stesimbrotos' opinion, 
144. 

UfplK\7)S Yl(plK\fOVS, VI. 143, 145. 

UtpivOioi, ii. 3 (v.) 3 (1000) ; 12 (ii.) 25 
(7000) ; 13 (ii.) 21 (1000) ; 14 (ii.) 14 
(7000); I7(iv.)20; 19 (i) 97 (1000) ; 
21 (ii.) 19; 23 (iv.) 2 (1000). 

TlepKwrri, granted to Themistokles, vi. 
29 (p. 250) 44, 46 ; quota (UepKUTr), 
nepKuaioi), ii. 3 (iv.) 2 (16 . 4) ; 4 
(iv.) 8 (16.4); 6(v.) 27; 9 (i.) 22 
(76.4); io(i.)i8c (16.4); ii (i.^ 
9 b (76.4); 12 (ii.) 20 (16.4); 15 
0033(^.4). 

Tlfpaai of Aischylos, vili. 78, 81. 
of Phormos, vili. 1 06. 
of Deinon, in. 370 ; of Em- 
pedokles, vin. 183. 

TlfpffiKos, Tlfpais : TO TlfpffiKov, jealousy 
of women, vi. 29 (p. 248) ; Tit pals 
yvvtj of Themistokles, vi. 28 (p. 243) ; 
IIcpffiKri, Tlfpais ykfuoaa, Sid\KTOS, 
Persicus sermo, vi. 28 (p. 243), 29 
(P- 2 5), 33> 45, 49 J ne/><n/n) aTo\rj, 
VI. 12 ; TlfpaiKal rpairffat, vi. 3. See 
also Mi/So?. 

VIII. 71. 
- - -, see lie - - - 

in possession of Athenians, 
in. 112; Perikles starts from, 128; 
Pythion saves Athenians l/c Tlaydv, 
206. 

nrjSaaris, II. 4 (i.) 1 8 b (700) ; 6 (i.) 12 ; 
7 (iii.) ii (400) ; 8 (i.) 14 (700). 

TltdrjKovaaat, VIII. 6l. 

nittprjs 2,vayye\vs, II. I (iv.) 1 6. 

nt'Ao^os, ii. 1 8 (vi.) 22 (70). 

Hivdapos &r)0atos, at court of Hieron, 
vin. 83, 84, 87 ; jealousy of his 
rivals, 90 ff., 100 ; historical allusions 
in, 9, 18, 38, 44. 

Tliaa, Uiffatoi, Tiiadrai, at war with 
Elis, VII. 86-88; Uiadris conquered 
by Elis, 89. 

Tltaidat, in. 46. 

niaaovOvrjs, ill. 238, 239. 

Uiffraoos, II. 1 8 (vi.) 27 (5 . 3). 

t, ii. 2 (v.) 9 b (76 . 4) ; 3 (v.) 



3b; 4 (iii.) 23 (76.4); 5 (iii.) 5 c 
(76.4); 6 (i.) 14 (76.4); 8 (i.) 16 
(76.4); 9 (i.) 9 (76.4); 15 (i.) 22 
(76 . 4) ; em<p., ibid., 23 (0 . 5) ; 19 (i.) 
51 (33.2) ; cm<p., ibid., 52 (5 .31). 
n\ayapf)s, II. 6 (i.) II (33.2); S (i.) 

13 (33.2); 12 (iv.) 24; 13 (iv.) 24 
(83.2). 

n\draia, n\araiat, I. I, 3, 5, 12, 21 ; 

ill. 43, 107, 180; iv. 3, 63 ; vi. 3, 

6, 10, 14, 20-22 ; vn. 53 (Tisamenos), 

71 ; vm. 75. 
n\arcueis, at battle of Plataiai, I. I, 5 ; 

suit against Lakedaimonians, vi 10 ; 

granted Athenian citizenship, vi. 

138. 
Il\aTcav KcufHKos, VI. 30, 113; err. for 

Ka\\ias, vi. 142 (see Errata). 
n\aTO)v <pt\6ao<pos, vi. 30, 66, 82, 160 

(p. 286) ; vin. 164 (p. 346) ; Iv 

ropY/9, iv. 48 ; cv ra> fairrjTcp, VIII. 

162 ; (v rw Mevcfvq>, vi. 141, 145. 
II\(i(napxos AfcaviSov, VI. 20. 
n\fiffTias, I. 72 (p. 16). 
H\(iffTodva , H\iffTWva TIavffaviov, 

ward of Nttfo/i^S^s, in. 90 ; becomes 

king, vi. 20; invades Attika, in. 

2ioj fined for corruption, 210, 214; 

dies, vi. 19. 

n\ev(iij, n. 18 (vi.) 17 (76.4). 
nA^iTTTros 'AOrjvatos, ill. 352. 
U\ovros of Epicharmos, vin. 1 20. 
TLvv, iv. 1 6. 
TIo0aios, VIII. 22. 

HoiaVTOS &l\OKTr)TT]S, VIII. 126. 

HoiKiXij OTOCL, iv. 62, 66, 67 ; VII. 96. 
EEoA. - - -, father of - - oAos, Boiotian, 

VII. 63. 

Tl6\(is of Eupolis, I. 48, 88, 155. 
TIo\efj.apxos, brother of Lysias, ill. 363. 
Ilo\as 'A.OTJVO., 'AOrjvaia, IV. 98 ; V. 199. 
no\tovx os 'A.0r]vd, VI. 22. 
Ho\iriKa of Theophrastos, vi. 145. 
Tlo\ixvaioi, II. 'Epv6pai(av, Uo\ixvfTai f 

ii. 5 (ii.) 13; 7 (i.) 4 b; 8 (i.) 13 b; 

9 fr. 63. 4 ; 10 (i.) 4 b (700) ; n (i.) 

4 b (66. 4) 5 12 (i.)2 3 ; 13 (i.) 24; 

14 (i.) 6 (66. 4); 15 (ii.) 19 (66.4); 
20. 20 ; in combined payments, 4 
(ii.) 22 b (76. 4); 6(ii.) 34 . 

Ho\vapa.TOS ~X.o\apyfvs, III. 262, 
Uo\vapxos of A'gina, iv, 4, 



412 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



<nos.. IV. 62, 66, 67. 
s, VIII. 97. 

IIo\wetTos QeiuffTOKXeovs, VI. 30. 

IIoAvfoXo? Aeivopfvovs, dedicates tripod 
at Delphoi, vin. 24, 26 ; succeeds 
Gelon in military command and 
marries Damarete, vin. 35, 38 ; his 
relation to Theron, 35, 38, 39 ; 
quarrel and reconciliation with 
Hieron, m. 341 ; vm. 38, 39 ; mili- 
tary expeditions, in. 341 ; vin. 38. 

Tlo\VK\fOvs 'M.c\r)ffias 'Oauvs, v. 189. 

TIoXvKpaTrjs ~2afuos, III. 239, 250. 

HoXvfJtvaffTos K.vpr)va?os, III. 115. 

HovTiKot : 'Hpa/fAet'STyj, in. 239, 370; 
Xa/iatA&w, in. 256. 

Tluvros, Aristeides dies in, VI. 63 ; 
Athenian expedition to, in. 297; 
exports to Athens, in. 186. See also 



nopiorfjs A.v<nte\ovs, VI. 142, 145. 
Tloptyvpios, VIII. 199; 
, vill. 159. 

, UofffiSwv, UoTdddv, struggle 
with Athena for Attika, IV. 16 ; 
Yloof&wv "ITTITIOS at Athens, funds of, 
v. 192 ; in the Hellespont, krater 
dedicated by Pausanias to, VI. 14 ; 
at Rhion, sacrifice to, ill. 86 ; at 
Tainaros, vi. 2, 5, 6 (Neptunns} ; vn. 
66, 69 ; at Selinus (IIoTctSdV), vin. 
150 ; statue at Olympia, vin. 136. 

: 'AoTV(pi\os, HI. 152; 
VII. 23. 
Uooais, VI. 47. 

Postumius (Spurtus) Albus, in. 334. 
JUOX&PTJS St/xuAov, V. 182. 
v. 157. 

, norfiSaidrai, TloTfiSfdrat, II. 
10 (ii.) 4 (600); n (iii.) 14 (600); 
12 (iii.) 31 (600); 1 3 (iii.) 30; i 4 (i.) 
29 (600) ; 15 (ii.) 50 (600) ; 16 (v.) 
. 8; I7(vi.) 5 (600); 18 (v.) 21; 19 
(ii.) 65 (7500) ; expenditure on siege, 
i. 54; v. 116; in fourth, century, 
i. 1 86. 

TloTeiSdv, see UoaftSauv. 
IIoTtScua, see TlorfiSaia. 
Hpai/Sov\os Hai.avi(vs, I. 105. 
n/>a/f/>7os, arch on, vi. 28 (p. 240) ; VII. 

35- 
TIpaiTf\i)s, archon, in. 363, 375. 



Uptapoio TroAts, VIII. 126. 
TIpiavTJs, see Hpirjvrj. 

Tlpiairos, HpiaiTTJs, II. 3 (iv.) II ; 6 (iv.) 
5; 8(ii.)35(8.S); 9 (i.) 19(8.9; 

10 (i.) 12 c (8 . 2) ; 13 (ii.) 27 (8.2); 
14 (ii.) 18 (8.2); 15 (i.) 34 (8.2)', 
17 (iv.) 17 ; 26. 8? 

Upirjvrj, quarrel between Samos and 
Miletos about, in. 238, 239; quota 
(Upiavfjs, Ilptrjvrjs), II. 5 (v.) 16 b 
(100); 6 (v.) 18; 7 (iii.) 12 (100)', 

9 (V.) 2 3 ; I2(i.) 28. 

TIpoKovvrjatoi, II. 3 (iii.) 6 b; 9 (v.) 25 ; 

11 fr. 71. i; 12 (ii.) 22 (300); 13 
(ii.) 1 8 (300) ; 14(1.) 21 (300); 17 
(iv.) 31; 19 (ii.) 28 (300). 

TIpoirovTts : 'AaTaterjvbs Ko\rros, /xepos 
njs Up., ill. 304 ; &.havov tv TT) Tip., 
Add. ill. 303 a ; AaffKvKfiov ev Tip., 

ii. i (v.) 17; 3 (i^) 3 t>; 5 ^ iv ') 
7 b ; 

n/JOTryAata, UpoirvXaiov, at Athens, V. 
71, 76, 77, 102, 103. 

UpoairaXTtoi of Eupolis, VI. 142. 

UpoffwmTis, in. 136, 139, 151. 

Tlpcarajopas 'A.p8r)piTr)s, legislates for 
Thurioi, ill. 370 ; primus communes 
locos tractasae dicitur, vin. 200. 

Tlpcareas Aigcavfvs, V. Il6, 1 86. 

TlpcoTfvs of Aischylos, III. 71. 

, IV. 7 2 - 

, defeated in Thrace, ill. 
278. 

npQjTopaxos Krj(pifftfvs, trierarch, v. 21. 

Tlpwros, I. 194. 

TlT\fovaiOi, HT. 'EpvOpaiwv, TlroXfov (?), 
n. 5 (ii.)i6; 700 3b?; 8(i.)i7b; 
ii fr. 72, 73 (i.) 8; 12 (i.) 24; 13 
(i.) 25 ; 15 (ii.) 20 (1.4); in com- 
bined payment, II. 7 (i-) 3 b. 

TlToXeov ?, n. 7 (i.) 3 b. See IlTfAeou- 

0101. 

Uvavoif/iwv, month, IV. 106. 

UvyaXrjs, IIvye\fjs, II. 9 (i.) 8 ; 12 (i.) 
29; 13 (i.) 29; 14 (i.) 3; 15 ("0 J 3 
(100) ; 16 a (i.) 5; eV^s cm(p., ibid. 6. 

UvSvrj, VI. 29 (p. 247), 35. 

nv0ay6pas, his pupils Empedokles, vill. 
164 (p. 346), and Epicharmos, 101 ; 
TIv6a.y6pov Tr}\avyr)s, 159, 164 (p. 
346) ; TlvOayopeiot, IIvOayopiKoi, ol, 
l6l, 164 (p. 346) ; Ncdptftys o 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



413 



vos irepi rwv II., 1 68. TlvOayopeios, 

HvOayopiKos : 'E/*7re5o/fA^s, 162, 176. 
TlvOeas, V. J 26. 
IIy0/a, 77, in. 27; VII. 66. 
riv^ids (Apollo), VIII. 50. 
IIvOiKov iepov, VIII. 23 ; of ('(We* 

nu0a>8, V. 158. 
HvOiojv, in. 206. 
ITv0o5<ypos, enemy of Themistokles, VI. 

29 (p. 247). 

TlvduScapos, archon, iv. 81. 
TlvdoSojpos 'A\cucvs, treasurer of 

Athena, I. 106. 
UvOoScapos 'laoXo^ov, pupil of Zenon, VI. 

125. 
TIvOoKXfiSrjs, teacher of Perikles, VI. 

113, 119. 

IluOSiSe, oi tovTfs, V. 158. 
IlvXos, VII. 89. 
IIvovs, in. 339 ; colonized by Miky- 

thos, vin. 65, 66. 
UvpiXafjLmjs, VI. 150. 
Hvpvioi, II. 3 (iv.) 10 ; 4 (i.) 5 b (16 . 4") ; 

5 (i.) 3 (16.4}; 6 (i.) 17 (26.4); 

8 (i.) 19 (16.4}-, ii fr. 72,73 (iii.) 

4 (76.4); 1 3 (iv.) 35 (16. 4); 14 (i.) 

63 (16. 4); I 9 (i.)2 3 (16.4). 
Uvppos TlavraXfovTOs, king of Pisa, VII. 

88. 
Hw\os 'A/fpayavrT^os, VIII. 199. 



, spoils from Korinth, in. 



113. 



'Prjytov, 'Ptjytvoi, the tyrants Anaxilaos, 
vni. 54, 56, 63,65, 133, 136; [K]leo- 
phron, 54; the regent Mikythos, 
62-66, 132, 136 ; he retires, 132 ; 
Rhegion and Lokroi, 53-56 ; allied 
with Taras, 68 ; captured by lapy- 
gians, 68. 'PrjyTvos. M'tKvOos, 137. 

'Prjvatijs, 'PrjvaToi, II. 4 (i.) lob (16 . 4) ; 
6 (iv.) 4; 8(ii.) 34 (5); 12 (v.) 28; 
14 (ii.) 76; 15 (i.) 92 (5); i6a (ii.) 
12(5); 19 (i.) 79(5). 

'Prjcros, III. 277. 

'Piov, III. 86. 

'PoSos, Theron's ancestors in, VIII. 38. 
'PoStos: Tifj-otepfow, VI. 29 (p. 244). 

'Poiadtcrjs, VI. 72. 

'Pcu/^oTot, Romani, send envoys to 
Athens, ill. 329-337; statue of Em- 



pedokles before Roman curia, vni. 
194. 
Homilius, T., in. 329. 

VI - 2 9 (P- 2 49)- 



- - (tributary state), n. 4 fr. 20. i. 

Tpiriprjs, v. 92. 

fs, battle of, III. 43 ; iv. 3, 1 1 
(Salaminia victoria}, v. 58 ; VI. 10, 
26, 28, 35, 36, 44, 57 ; vii. 28 ; vm. 
27. 

SoAajuts, SaAa/xtViOi, of Kypros, III. 151, 
166. 

2a\fjiaKiT(is, III, 287. 

2aju/3aTu's, II. 3 (v.) 12 (100). 

2a/itot, see 5a/xos. 

Sa/zofyof/fT/, 2a/io0pas, speech of Anti- 
phon 7re/>i TOU 2a/i. <popov, ^apoOpq- 
KIKOS \6fos, i. 84, 90, 93, 94 ; quota, 
Ii. 2 (iii.) 4 b; 3 (ii.) 12 (600); 4 
(iii.) 26 (600) ; 5 (iii.) 19 b (600) ; 

6 (iv.) 12 ; 8 (ii.) 42 (600) ; 10 (ii.) 

7 c (600) ; II (iii.) 12 (600) ; 12 (iii.) 
29 (600); 13 (iii.) 28; 14 (i.) 36; 
15 (ii.) 60 (400) ; 16 (v.) 2517 (vi.) 
13 (600); i8(v.) 30; 19 (ii.) 55. 

, 2a/itoi, Greek fleet at Samos, i. 
7 ; Samians persuade Aristeides to 
assume hegemony, 21 ; propose trans- 
ference of treasury to Athens, 50 ; vi. 
66 ; Samian revolt, in. 238-267 ; vi. 
141, 143, 145 ; Athenians killed in 
S., vi. 157; later history of S., III. 
268, 269 ; constitution of, 1. 141, 150; 
Athenian officers in, 1 56 ; 'A(f>po8irrj 
f) v ~2.ap.ca, in. 265 ; 2a/xtaoi/ ir\oiov, 
HI. 251; 2. 77-oAe/xos, VI. 143, 145 ; 
of Alexis, in. 265. 'S.ap.oi : 
, in. 265; Aoupis, 239; VI. 
145 ; "Emxappos, vin. 102 ; 'Hpo- 
(pvros, I. 15; Ov\iddrjs, 21. 

2avaiot, II. 5 (iii.) 6 b; 9 (ii.) 19 (66 . 4) ; 
10 (ii.) 20 c; 12 (iii.) 7 (66.4); 13 
(iii.) 6(66.4); 14 (i.) 40; 16 (v.) 
15; 17 (vi.) 27 (100); 18 (v.) 10 
(100) ; 19 (ii.) 69 (100). 

jZapamcavos 'HpaK\(i8r)s , VIII. 183. 

SdpSets, III. 238 ; VI. 29 (p. 250). 

2apioi, II. 24. 6 (5). 

2a/><7a/uas, ill. 132. 

2apraf<M,n. 18 (vi.) 13 (#5) ; 19 (ii.) 74 
(26); 27.1 (25). 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



2,apvff<roj\\os &iKV\ouvf . ., III. 287. 
^drvpos, king of Bosporos, III. 306. 
"Sidrvpos AevKovoevs, Aevieovoievs, II. 12. 

36 ; i^praescr. 
^arvpos, biographer, VIII. 184; tv rots 

Qiois, 175, 178. 
2avp<av, IV. 89. 

Ta</>os, VII. 65 (p. 299^. 



2e \ivovs, 2 e \IVOVVTIOI, appealed to by 
Syrakusans, viir. 144 (p. 339); in- 
scription on Apollonion at S., 150; 
delivered from pestilence by Empe- 
dokles, 188 ; coins of, 189, 190. 
Se \ivovs, river-god, viil. 189. 

see Sep/zvAtjys. 

i, II. 4 (i.) 8 b (500) ; 6 (v.) 2 
(100}', 8 (ii.) lib (.ZOO); 10 (iv.) 

16 c ; II (v.) nc; 12 (v.) 23 (.ZOO) ; 
14 (ii.) 72 ; 1 6 a (ii.) 9 (100) ; 19 (i.) 
67. 

2cp/j.aioi, ^cpurjs, II. 5 (iv.) 8 b (8.2}', 

6 (ii.) 40 (8 . 2 N ; 8 (i.) 21 b ; 10 (ii.) 
4 c (8. 2) ; ii (iii.) 17 (S. 2); 15 (".) 
48 (8.2}', 17 (vi.) 12 (8.2} ; 18 (v.) 
ii (8.2) ; 19 (ii.) 52 (8 . 2} ; 22. 3. 

2,pfj.v\ir)s, 2tp0v\tfj<i, II. (iv.) 9 (1772} ; 

4 (ii.) 17 b (59*. 4); 6 (iii.) 39 (300); 

7 (ii.) 10 ; 8 (ii.) 29 (300) ; 11 (iii.) 
II (500" ; 12 (iii.) 28 (500) ; 13 (iii.) 
27; 15 () 58; 17 (vi.) 26 (450); 
1 8 (v.) 9 (450) ; 28. 5 (100} ; 2f^v- 
\tfjs teal aw., 10 (ii.) 12 c (500). 

Sestius (P.} Capitolinu*, in. 330, 334. 

^ijXvpPpiavoi, constitution of, I. 152 ; v. 

50 ; quota, II. 4 (iv.) 13 ; 6 (ii.) 31 ; 

8 (i.) 10 b; 10 (i.) 130; 12 (ii.) 9; 

13 (ii.) 28 (500) ; 14 (i.) 26 (500) ; 

17 (v.) 12 (15}-, 19 (ii.) 33 (15}. 
^TJCTTOS, Xerxes' bridge at, vi. 44 ; siege 

and capture of, I. 9, 10, 15, 16 ; quota 
of ^rjanoi, n. 9 (v.) 32 ; 10 (iv.) 
20 c; ii fr. 71. 7; 13 (ii.) 10 (8.2}', 

14 (ii.) 21 (8.2}; 17 (v.) 7 (16.4}. 
Ziyyioi, n. i ^iv.) 13 (408.2}; 3 (v.) 

23 (400); 4 (ii.) 15 b (400); 5 (iv.) 
5b (182.2)' f 6 (ii.) 375 7 (i-) 5t>; 
8(i.) i8b; 9 (ii.) 22 (200); 10 (ii.) 

5 c (200) ; 12 (iii.) ii (200) ; 13 (iii.) 
ii-; 15 (ii.) 61 (200); 17 (vi.) 29 
(300); 18 (vi.) 4 (200); 19 (ii.) 70 
(100). 



s, n. 5 (iv.) 19 b (16.4}', 6 (ii.) 
42 (16.4); 8 (i.) 23 b (16.4} and 
130 (4); 10 (i.) 90; 12 (ii.) ii 
(16.4)' t I3(ii.)7(^.4); 14 (i.) 13 
(76.4); 15 (i.) 35 (16.4}; 17 (iv.) 
15 ; 21 (ii.) 13 (16 . 4} ; Sryetov?, ill. 
24. 

St'Setoi' ?, ill. 24. 

2t8ou<not, 2. 'EpvOpa'uuv, n. 5 (ii.) 15; 

6 (ii.) 35 J 8 (i.) 14 b ; 9 & 63. 5 ; 
10 (i.) 5b (50); n fr. 72, 73 (i.) 9; 
ia(i.) 26; 13 (i.) 26 ; 14 (i.) 7 (8. 2); 
15 (ii.) 18 (8.2). 
I. 183. 
TroAis KpdffTOs, VIII. IO2. 

} affairs of, vm. passim (see also 
; distinguished men visit 
Sicily, VIIL 78-111, cf. in. 26, vi. 29 
(p. 247) ; after expulsion of tyrants, 
democracy established, vni. 144 ff. ; 
return of exiles, 151, 152 ; general 
prosperity, 146 ff. ; recovery of pro- 
perty, 204 ; Sicilian rhetoric, 196 ff. ; 
comedy, 101-106 ; exports to Athens, 
in. 1 86 ; war between Egesta and 
Lilybaion, in. 327, 328 ; Athenian 
designs on Sicily, in. 326 ; v. 93 ; 
Athenian expedition, ill. 52, 210, 
382 ; v. 55 ; Timoleon's allies in S., 
vni. 31 ; works on S.by Timaios, 35 ; 
by Hippostratos, 42. 

ia "Hpa, VIII. 28. 

i, popularity of Polyzelos 

with, VIII. 38 ; 2. Meffafyr}, 54. 

Kt\iiTcu, vni. passim ; Tf\cav Kal 

'Ifpcav, 23 ; irepioiKoi of Syrakuse, 



iroTa/jios FcAaj, VIII. 
38 ; 2. troXiffp-a KafUKoS) 42. 
St/ccAot, at war with Karthage, VIII. 
18; Syrakusans appeal to, vm. 
144 (p. 339) ; attack Katana, 
155 ; at war with Athens, m. 
382 ; 2ucf\o$ TtAas (irora/ios), 
VIIL 79; TiifJLaios, m. 382. 
2i/8os 'EmxapiJios, vm. 102. 
2,iievwv, Sifcvwvioi, "SiCKvajvioi, Sikyonians 
at Plataiai, i. 1,5; Athenian spoils 
from 2iKv<bv, m. 86 ; Tolmides in 
2iKvwvia, 118; Perikles at S,iKvwv, 
I27j 128; treasury of Sikyonians at 
Olympia, vm. 22. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



415 



- - - or 2tAa> - - - (tributary state), 
II. 4 (v.) 2 9 (25-). 
f/zt0a, VI. 149. 
s, III. 278. 
VI. 42 < 

T10TdfJ.lOS, V. l82. 

, speech of Lysias against, III. 

195- 

AiyivrjTijs, sculptor, VIII. 108. 
iorjs A.(Q}irpirovs, epigram on Ge- 
lon's tripod,vni.26; reconciles Hieron 
with his enemies, 38 ; defeats Ais- 
chylos, 78 ; with Pindar at Syrakuse, 
83, 84, 87, 90 ff . ; death and grave, 
96-98 ; epinikion for Leophron, 139 ; 
epigram attributed to him, 166. 

, n. 1 8 (vi.) 24 (55) ; 19 (ii.) 94 
(25}. 

"Sivcuirr), "Sivwirtis, III. 297. 
2fpw, ill. 378. 
s, III. 360. 

HI. 271, 274. 

i, at Plataiai, I. I ; quota, 11. 5 
(iv.) 14 b (300); 11 (v.) 40 (300); 
14 (ii.) 71 ; 19 (i.) 74 (300). 
2a#Aafo(, II. I (iv.) 67; 4 (iv.) 16; 5 
(iii.) 10 b (50); 6 (iii.) 40 (50); 
8 (ii.) 30 (50); 9 (ii.) 26 (33. 5); 
12 (iii.) 15; 13 (iii.) 15; 14 (i.) 42 ; 
16 (vi.) 13 (50) ; 17 (vi.) 28 (33. 2} ; 

18 (v.) 37 (50); 19 (ii.) 66 (55); 
28. 3. 

: K/>eW, ill. 249. 

i, n. 3 (iv.) 4b (.ZOO) ; 
4 (i.) 7 (16.4}; 6(ii) 39 (76.4); 
8 (i.) 20 b and 2 c ; 9 (ii.) 5 (16. 4} ; 
10 (ii.) 17 c; ii fr. 72, 73 (ii.) i 
(16.4}; 12 (ii.) 29 (16.4}; 14 (ii.) 

19 (100) ; 15 (ii ) 49 (16 . 4} ; 16 (vi.) 
12 (16.4}1; 19 (ii.) 44 (16.4}; 22. 
2^(16.4). 

'S.KiaOioi, in the Thrakian tribute-dis- 
trict, p. ii ; quota, n. 9 (ii.) 6 
(16.4}; ii fr. 72,73 (ii.) 2 (16.4}; 
12 (ii.) 30 (16.4}; 14 (ii.) 29; 15 
(i.) 45 (16 . 4} ; 16 (vi.) 12 (16 . 4} ? ; 
I 7 (v.)2i (16.4);i8(v.)i2(16.4); 
1 9 (ii.) 47 (16. 4). 

?Kiopos, m. 338. 

2/ttAAotWtoi, vii. 87, 88. 

2/wc^afoi, n. 6 (v.) 1 6 (790 . 4) ; 8 (ii.) 
24 b; 9 (ii.) 32 (600); 10 (ii.) 8c 



(600); ii (iii.) 7 (600); 12 (iii.) 22 
(600); 13 (iii.) 22; 14 (ii.) 28; 17 
(vi.) 6 (1500) ; ^ftioavaioi *ai Qpaftfiaioi, 
2 (iii.) ii b (600) ; 4 (i.) 2 (600). 

^Korrddai, VIII. 97; ^Koiraowv TT\OVTOS, 
VI. 72. 

"SrcvOoocapos, archon, IV. 81. 

-SKvpos, 2/cvpioi, m. 25-34; VI. 77. 

2/xiAAa, n. 1 8 (vi.) 31 (50). 

Solon, Athenian law-giver, in. 334, 

335- 

SoAcur A77/W09, in. 292. 

Salpicius (P.} Camerinus, in. 334. 

2ou<ra, in. 179. 

So^waS^j 'EAcvatctos, n. 12. I. 

2o0tAAou 2o<f>ofc\r)s, III. 36. 

2o<ptaTr)s of Aristoteles, vin. 179, 181. 

'So<po/e\fjs 2o<('AAov KoXcavrjOfv, defeats 
Aischylos, in. 26, 35, 36 ; vin. 78 ; 
general in Samian war, m. 129, 
244, 248, 249; vi. 157; Helleno- 
tamias, II. 12. 36; quotation from 
his 'E\fvrj, vi. 44. 

2o(f>(avioov 'E<pi&\Tr]s, V. 74 ; VI. 78-80. 

'Sirapdoo/tos, III* 274, 275. 

^TfdpraKos, III. 305. 

'Sirdprr), ^irapTidrai (see also Aae8cu- 
fjiovioi, Tit Xoirowrjaos} , vii. passim; 
the regency in Sparta, vi. 1 8-20 ; 
breach between Athens and Sparta, 
III. 70; truce with Athens after 
Tanagra, 102-105 ; five years' peace, 
143-148; peace with Argos, 149; 
Kleandridas banished from Sparta, 
210; Perikles bribes Sparta, 211; 
thirty years' peace, 224-230. 

STra/jTwAiot, n. i (ii.) 5 b (200} ; 2 (v.) 
lib (200}; 3 (iv.) 3 b (500); 4 (v.) 
2 ; 6 (iii.) 27 (500) ; 8 (ii.) 24 (500) ; 
10 (ii.) 3 c (500); 12 (iii.) 9 (500); 
13 (iii.) 9 (500) ; 14 (i.) 41 ; 16 (v.) 
135 17 (v.) 15; 18 (v.) 5 (SOS. 5); 
19 (ii.) 68 (308.5); 22. 5. 

v Botomos, III. 198. 
- - (tributary state), II. 2 fr. 5. 3. 
ayipTrai, II. 5 (iv.) 9 b (16 . 4) ; 6 (i.) 
5(16.4); 8 (i.) 6 (16.4); 9 (ii.) n 
^16. 4) ; 10 (ii.) 7 (16 .4) ; n fr. 72, 
73 (ii.)6(16.4); I2(ii.) 33(16.4); 
13 (ii.) 36 (16. 4); 14 (ii.) 40 (16. 4); 
l6(v.) 12; 17 (vi.) 17 (16.4); !TT/>., 
Hid. 1 8 (1.5); 28. 4. 



416 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



?, vi. 86. 

ts : N avatar paras, V. 21. 
os, VI. 99. 
(yy Kcfos, V. 66. 
opos XvplKos, VIII. 97. 

Qaaios, ill. 239, 240; v. 
82 ; VI. 29 (p. 247), 93, 144 (cv ra> 
firiypacpofjieva} -nepl cfuffroK\Ovs KOI 
QovKvoioov teal nepi\e'ovs), 147, 150, 

157- 

2roa HoiKiXr), IV. 62, 63. 

SrpaTtamSes of Theopompos, V. 1 06. 

2rparoK\f)s, archon, I. 72. 

Stratocles, rhetor, vi. 53. 

^.rpt^aioi, ii. I (Hi.) 14 (100) ; 4 (iv.) 
17; 6 (iii.) 28; 8 (ii.) 25 (100); 9 
(ii.) 14(^00); 10 (ii.) i8c; n (iii.) 
5(100); 1 2 (iii.) 2(100); 13 (iii.) 3; 
15 (ii.) 52; 16 (vi.) 14 (100); 17 
(vi.) 9 (100); 18 (v.) 13 (100); 19 
(ii.) 63. 

eiorjs, II. ii. I ; IV. 79. 
xos, father of Diotimos, in. 179. 
/, in. 12, 13, 18-21, 277, 278. 
?, at Plataiai, I. I, 5; quota, II. 
5 (iv.) 22 b (100) ; 6 (v.) 19; n (v.) 
6c(100); i2(v.)29; 14 (ii.) 80 ; 19 
(i.) 76 

2ro;\iot, ii. i (iv.) ii ; 4 (iii.) 27; 5 
(iv.) ii b (66.4)', 6 (iv.) 2 (83.2) ; 
8 (ii.) 32 (88 . 2) ; 10 (ii.) 1 3 c (66 . 4) ; 
12 (iii.) 8 (66 4) ; 13 (iii.) 8 (16.4); 
1 8 (vi.) 3 (100). 

2ua77e\77?, 'SvavyfXrjs, n. 6 (i.) 23 ; 8 
(i.) 25 (100); 10 (iii.) 170 (100); 14 
(ii.) 66 (100) ; 15 (ii.) 75 (100} ; 
'Svav'Yfhfjs Kal ' A.fj.vvavoTJs, 9 (iii.) 
23 ; 2,vavy(\ris [&v - - apx]> 5 (*) 
14(100). 2,vayf(\vs : Uiffprjs, II. I 
(iv.) 1 6. 

2v/3apt?, Su/3a/>fTat, Old Sybaris, III. 
338-341 ; New Sybaris, 342-345 ; 
Sybaris after Athenian settlement, 
coin of. 353 ; expulsion of Sybarites 
from Thurioi, 356, 357 ; Sybarites at 
war with Hieron, vin. 38. See also 
ovpioi. 

2t'/3apts, river, in. 342. 

ovs, vi. 30. 

;, II. 18 (vi.) 28 (SO); 19 (ii.) 92 
(30). 

y, archon, v. 39. 



, critic, IV. 31 ; vi. 44. 
"SvpaKovffcu, 'SvpctKoaioi, 

Svpafcovaffioi, vni. passim (see also 
2teA.ta) ; tyrants of, see Tf\cw, 
paav@ov\os, c lepcav, Tlo\vr}\os ; war 
with Tyrrhenians, vm. 57-60 ; with 
Akragas, 97, 128 ; democracy estab- 
lished, 1 21, 144ff. ; attack on Katana, 
155 ; contract made by an Athenian 
at Syrakuse, I. 194; Athenians 
support enemies of Syrakuse, ill. 326 ; 
comedy at Syrakuse, vm. 101-106; 
'Svpa.Kovatcav TroXtreia of Aristoteles, 
VIII. 33. ^vpaKocrioi: ActpoAoxo?, vm. 
105; 'Eirixap/jios, 102; AvKopras, 108; 
Nt/rms, III. 363; TSittoKXrjs, VIII. 20; 
Tlficridvag, 194 ; Tialas, ill. 363 ; 
&6pfMs, vm. 1 08 ; 4>o/jjuos, 1 06 ; 2upa- 
Kovffia ^wri, pleaded for by Tisias, 

VIII. 201. 

"Svpia, ill. 132, 136. 

, n. 3 (iv.) 8-b (25) ; 9 (v.) 30 ; 
13 (v.) 34 (16.4); 14 (ii.) 75 ; 16 a 
(ii.) 5 (25] ; 19 (i.) 75 (25). 
: 'Avairtos, III. 262. 



'Avayvpdaios, general, III. 249. 
<pi\6ffo(pos, his masters, vi. 
114 ; farp'trevfraro rpis, m. 241 ; his 
pupil Alkibiades, vi. 133 ; relations 
with Aspasia, 141, 142, 144, 145 ; 
contemporary with Empedokles, vm. 
162; with Gorgias, 200; mentions 
the 8t<i (jLtffov ref^o?, iv. 51 ; con- 
versation with NiKO]jLaxi?>T)$,v. 35 ; in 
Plato's dialogues, vi. 118, 119, 125, 
131, 142, 145. 

2awpcmot : Alffxivrjs, VI. 142, 145 ; 
'AvTtadtvrjs, VI. 144 ; TlXdrajv nal of 
aAAot, VI. 145. 

2wo- - - , III. 260. 

2(uffi<TTpa.Tos, archon, m. 126. 

^affivT paras "ffidorjs, secretary to Hel- 
lenotamiat, ii. 15. 2. 

2tt'Tpa Tu^a, VIII. 129. 

2,QJ(()dvr)s A*K\evs, III. 69. 

T --- (tributary state), II. 3 (i.) 18 ; 

in. 308 (tribute I tal.). 
Ta --- (tributary state), II. 4 (v.) 30 

(100). 
TcuVapos, Taivapov, Argilios takes 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



417 



sanctuary at, vi. 2, 5, 6; Helots in 
sanctuary at, vil. 66, 69. 

lafJLvpdKt], in. 308 (tribute I tal.). 

T&vaypa, battle of, in. 91-102 ; Lakedai- 
monians at, 107; taken by Myronides, 
ibid. ; lavaypiKi), 77, 103. Tavaypircos : 
'ApiaroSifeos, V. 87. 

T<ipas, Tapavrivoi, at war with Thurioi, 
in. 360, 375, 376 ; found Herakleia, 
378 ; at war with neighbouring 
Italians, vin. 67-71 ; allied with 
Khegion, 68; democracy, 69; dedi- 
cations at Delphoi, vm. 7 > a * 
Olympia, ill. 379. 

To pas, statue of, vin. 71. 

Tarpeius, Sp., in. 329, 334. 

Tavyfra, lavyerov, vil. 65 (p. 299), 71 ; 
VIII. 46. 

lavpoi, HI. 306. 

Te7a, Teyecu, Icyfarai : Tcytarat at 
Plataiai, I. I, 5; help to .destroy 
Mykenai, vn. 28 ; war with Sparta, 
Vil. 52-54 ; Leotychidas at Tegea, 
vn. 7; Mikythos at Tegea, vin. 132, 

T3<5, 137- 

li9paaios : K ____ 8775 Qaeivov, V. 1 86. 
feialas, father of leiffifjuixos, V. 182. 
Tciaiov Ke^aA^ei/, v. 182. 
, n. I (v.) 22 (in combined 
payment). 
TcXear, I. 162. 
Tf\fjir]ffaioi t n. 9 (iii.) 30 (100) ; 19 



i, n. 2 fr. 5, II ; 3 (i.) 6 (405) ; 
5 (v.) 9 b (162); 6 (i.) 3; 8 (i.) 5 
(280} and 140 (54}; 10 (i.) 16 c 
(350); ii fr. 71. 2; 12 (ii.) 8; 13 
(ii.) 5 (28S); 15 (ii.) 27 (288. 4); 17 
(iv.) 24; 19 (ii.) 10 ; 21 (ii.) 10 
(288} ; 'Effs TtveSov, n. 8 (ii.) 20 c 
(36) and 21 c (36). 

T^/MJ/a, Tcpivaioi, III. 358. 

Tcpfifpfc, II. i (iii.) 6 b (250) ; 2 fr. 5. 
7 (250); 3 (v.) 9 (250); 4 (ii.) 10 
(250); 6(i.) 24; 8 (i.) 26; 12 (v.) 
8; 14 (ii.) 60; 15 (ii.) 81; 19 (i.) 
58? ; MvvSiot vapoL Ttppepa, n. 5 (ii.) 
12. 

Terminius, A., in. 329. 

Tfpif/ixtpa, vin. 90. 

Tijtot, Iriiot, II. 4 (ii.) ii (600); 5 (ii.) 
10 (600) ; 6 (v.) 6 (600); 8 (ii.) 16 b; 



9 (i.) 16 (600); II (i.) ib(600); 13 
(i.) 16 (600); 15 (i.) 10 (600); 19 (i.) 
39; 20. 3. 

Trj\dvSpiot, n. 6 (iii.) 5 (50) ; 8 (ii.) 4? ; 
1 1 (v.) 2 ? and fr. 69 a, 6 ; 12 (iv.) 
13 (50) ; 14 (ii). 47 (50) ; 15 (i.) 68. 

IrjXavyrjs UvOay6pov, VIII. 159 ; iv ry 
irpos &i\6\aov tmffToXfj, 164 (p. 346), 

195- 

Tr]\tK\ci8r]S, VI. 86, 160 (p. 286). 
TrjXefji&xov 'Enfjitvidrjs Kal Scv65iKOS, 

VIII. 42. 

TTJVIOI, at Plataiai, I. I, 5 ; quota, n. 5 
(ir.) 13 b (300); 6 (v.) 5 (300); 8 
(ii.) 15 b (300); 10 (iii.) 130; 14 
(i.) 71 (300) ; 16 a (ii) 10 (200) ; 19 
(i.) 70 (300). 
T?7/)7/s, in. 299. 
Tiypis, m. 179. 
TiBpavffTrjs, III. 43, 46. 
Tifnaios 6 Si/rcAos, ill. 382 ; VIII. 9, 14, 
20, 35, 36, 109, 149, 164, 166, 169, 
171, 184, 194. 
TifjiapxiSrjs, archon, ill. 194. 
Tijjir]<yi\C(tis ^ivonrevs, III. 297. 

'Itcapifvs, IV. 71. 
, general, ill. 120, 161, 278; 

h rS> irpbs T., IV. 41. 
EiTcafor, treasurer of Athena 
Nike, i. 108. 

, archon, ill. 238, 243. 
, archon, in. 278. 

jioffOi>ijs \v ra> Karci T., 

V. 136. 

TifWKptwv 'PoSios, VI. 29 (pp. 244, 245). 

T(/*oAyi/, VIII. 31. 

TifjioaOfvijs, archon, iv. 3 ; vin. 3, 32. 

Ti(jLOTf\r]s 'Axapvcfc, v. 132. 

lifjuav *\ta<rtos, VI. 124 ; VIII. 170. 

TivSaioi, II. 1 8 (vi.) 29. 

Hlpvvs, TipvvOiot, Tirynthians at Plataiai, 

I. I, 5 ; Tiryns and Argos, vil. 17, 

25, 26 ; Tirynthians at Epidauros, 

vn. 30; at Halieis, 31. 
Ttff&fjiwos, vil. 53, 77. 
TiaavSpos 'Eiri\vieov, VI. 130. 
Tifflas ^vpauovaios, III. 363 ; VIII. 200, 

201, 204, 205. 
TiffuepaTrjs Kporwviarrjs tv'uca aradiov, 

VIII. 7. 
Tiros AtXtos Kaiaap ' AvToweTvos, coin of, 

VI. 54- 

e 



418 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



Itrvpov 'Enixappos, viii. 102. 

1\r}TTo\fjios, archon, in. 134; viii. 146. 

T<5 Abates, father of ToA/ziS?;?, in. 196. 

To\fu5rjs ToA/ucu'oi;, expedition to Pelo- 
ponnesos, in. 115-119, 128; to 
Boiotia, 126; to Euboia and Naxos, 
127, 288, 311 ; his death at Koroneia, 
194, 196, 198, 199, 203 ; Tolmides 
and Perikles, vi. 160 (p. 286). 

TopvAAas e-rraAos eviKa ffraoiov, III. 
136. 

lopojvaioi, II. 8 (ii.) 130 (409.2}; 9 
(ii.) 29 (600*); n (iii.) 3; 12 (iii.) 
18 (600) ; 13 (iii.) 18 ; 14 (ii.) 39 (600) ; 

*5 (i.) 5i; 17 ( v -) 23- 
Tpayiai, III. 239. 
Tpdets, VI. 357. 
Tpiomov, in. 43. 

Triptolemus fabula Sophoclis, in. 35. 
TpiQaXrjs of Aristophanes, IV. 48. 
TpKpvXta : Aeirpedrai ruv (K TIJS Tp., at 

Plataiai, i. 5 ; TpupvXiot, at war with 

Elis, vn. 88, 89. 
Tpoiftv, Tpoiftviot, Tpodvioi, Troize- 

nians at Plataiai, I. I, 5 ; Athenian 

women and children return from Tr., 

iv. 3 ; Tr. in Athenian hands, in. 

112. Tpoityvios : ArjixfjTpios, VIII. 195. 
TpvQavfjs, n. 2 (i.) II b (17.1} ; 14 (i.) 

68. 
Tpota, Tpoii), bones of Khesos removed 

from Tr., III. 277 ; Tpoias akcaais 

represented on Olympian at Akragas, 

vin. 149. See also'IAioi'. 
Troas : Colonae in agro Troade, vi. 6. 
Tpadocs, represented in Stoa Poikile, 

iv. 62. 

ov trfSiov, III. 13, 2O. 
7, vin. 144 (p. 339). 

: Kdpes &v T. d'px t > n. 15 (ii.) 

7 6. ^ 

Twiaplfas, at Selinus, vin. 150. 
fvpav' diro Kvpas, see Tvppijvoi. 
Tvpas, in. 308 (tribute 2 tal.). 
Tvpohfa, Tvpohfa, n. 3 (iv.) 7b (16.4} ; 

9(i.) 23 (8.2); 10 (i.) 170 (8.2}. 
Tvpprjvoi, Tvparjvot, at war with Kyme 

and Syrakuse, viii. 57-60; 1vp(p}dv' 

airb Kvfj.as, 60 ; allied with Kartha- 

ginians, 59 ; Athenian designs on 

Tvpprjvia, v. 93 ; Theophrastos' work 

vfpl Ivpffrjvwv, vin. 13. 



, VIII. 73. 

, named at head of financial return, 
IV. 74 ; 2uTfipa Ivxa, vin. 1 29. 



C Y - - (tributary state), ii. 2 fr. 5. i ; 

8 (ii.) 3 b (20). 

<r 0d8r)? : 'SwffiffTparos, II. 15. 3. 
'0pi\i5r)s, archon, vin. 7. 
"Yyieia, statue at Olympia, viii. 136; 
bronze statue of 'AOrjvd 'fyifta erected 
by Perikles, iv. 102. 
"TScurjs, II. 4 fr. 20. 6 ; 5 (ii.) 4 c. 
"TSioarjs, ii. 6 (iv.) 39 (700) ; 8 (ii.) 4 b 
(100}. 

arddfjia, Vin. 46. 

t'xow venovs 6 Ktios (Simonides), 
vin. 91. 

'firarodcapos rj@aios, VII. 63. 
"fnepeifys \v rw KO.T' 'ApxeffTpariSov, V. 
114; Iv r> virlp Ka\\iTnrov irpos 
'HAei'ovs, VII. 38. 
"fpitdvios : 'Aprdpavos, ill. 8. 
"fyov7s, n. 5 (ii.) 30; 8 (ii.) 180 
(41.4}; 10 (v.) Sc(41.4}; 13 (iv.) 
31 (41 . 4} ; 14 (ii.) 63. 
, VII. 17. 

, father of Dareios, vni. 9. 
Sepov, III. 8. 
, river-god, vni. 190. 



.... o ... OlvaTos, epistates of public 

works, iv. 95. 

s Iv dTtop.vrjp.ovfvp.aai (virop.vfi- 

paai}, vm. 166, 172, 175. 
Qdcivos A.rjp:vios, III. 292. 
tyacivos TfiOpdaios, secretary to Council, 

v. 1 86. 



vni. 115. 

&diopos MavTivevs, VII. 51. 

Qaiocui/, archon, in. 27, 278 ; VII. 9. 

Qaivias (3?avias} 'Epeffios, VI. 29 (p. 250), 
VIII. 23. 

4cuW, archon, vn. 67 (p. 300). 

&d\avOos, statue of, viii. 71 ; his dol- 
phin, ibid. 

&d\r)pa } wall from Athens to, iv. 50 ; 
&a\7]pittov reixos, iv. 7, 48 ; tomb of 
Aristeides &a\i]poi, vi. 63 ; &a\T)piicbv 
Imvfiov, IV. 15 ; Portus, 20. $a\r)pfjs: 
' ApiaTOKpdrijs, I. 105 ; AJ^T/MOS, ni. 
335 ; v. 142. 

Qavias 'Eptaios, see &aivias. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



419 



<J>ai/o6j7/>s, III. 43, 152. 

&avTOK\7Js, ill. 317. 

&ap/3r)\os, 3>ap&r)Xioi, II. 5 (iv.) 3 b 
(16.4}; 6 (iii.) 9 (16.4); 10 (ii.) 
190; ii fr. 72, 73 (ii.) 5 (16.4); 12 
(iii.) 26 (16 . 4) ; 13 (iii.) 25 ; 14 (ii.) 
44; 16 (v.) 9; 17 (vi.) 23 (16.4); 
18 (vi.) T 5 (8.2); I 9 (ii.)8l (8.2). 

&apos : 01 irpbs T< *. AiQvts, III. 137. 

$apad\ioi, in. 122. 

4?aar]\is, QaaqKiTai, brought over by 
Kimon, in. 43 ; Phaselis the eastern 
limit of Greek power, in. 165, 166, 
169, 173, 175-177; tribute, m. 56; 
quota, II. i (iii.) 5 b (600) ; 3 (i.) 9 
(600); 4 (i.) 1(600); 5 fr. 25 (ii.) 12 
(300) ; 6 (iii.) 24 (300) ; 12 (iv.) 9 
(300); 13 (iv.) 10 (300); 14 (i.) 53 
(300) ; 19 (i.) 41 (600) ; regulation 
of contracts between Phaselites and 
Athenians, I. 195. 

&(i8tas Xap/xtSou, friend of Perikles, iv. 
80; VI. 126, 150; superintendent of 
public works, iv. 80 ; chryselephan- 
tine statue of Athena, IV. 80-83, 93 5 
98 ; vi. 128; trial, iv. 81, 82, 93; vi. 
127 ; flies to Elis, iv. 81 ; statue of 
Olympian Zeus, iv. 81 ; vn. 91-94; 
his death, iv. 81, 82 ; his con- 
temporary Alkamenes, vn. 95 ; his 
brother Panainos, vn. 96, 97. 

<&p(v5a.Ti]s, HI. 43, 46. 

&7]yevTiot, &r)yrjTioi, &T)yovvTioi, II. 4 
(iii.) 28; 5 (iii.) 12 b (26.4); 9 (ii.) 
34 (16.4); 10 (ii.) 140 (16.4); n 
(iii.) 9 (16.4); 12 (iii.) 24 (16.4); 
13 (iii.) 23; 14 (ii.) 41 (16.4); 17 
(vi.) 22 (16.4); I8(v.)i75 I9(0 
58. 
ia, vi. 29 (p. 247). 

s, III. 48. 
a, IV. 99. 

&i\ai'8r)S : 'HSuAos, I. 105. 

&t\Taipos 'iKaptevs, II. 21. 6. 

QiXntmita of Theopompos, ill. 105, 180, 
181; vi. 75. 

$tAt7T7ros, father of Agerros (?), ill. 272 ; 
of Amyntas, in. 271. 

&i\nriros II, king of Makedon, son of 
Amyntas, I. 1 86. 

&i\ifffcos } archon, ill. 205. 

&i\iaTos, Vin. 9, 20. 



StAoi of Eupolis, vi. 142. 
&i\oK\fow, in. 243. 
&I\OK\TJS, archon, m. 71, 78, 363. 
&I\OK\TJS, general at Arginusai, v. 49. 
StAotfAjj? 'Axapvevs, architect, IV. 96. 

&l\OKTTjTr)S } VIII. 126. 

*(AoAaos, VIII. 164 (p. 346). 

8oncveQjs Krjtyiaicvs, v. 182. 

} or &tAoi/os, v. 1 1 6. 
&i\6ao<pos IffTOpia of Porphyrios, viu. 

159- 

&i\6xopos, in. 189, 216; iv. 27, 81, 
I0 3; v. 77, 123, 125, 126; vi. 99; 
vn. 71. 

3>i\(ov KvSaOrjvaievs, V. 199. 

^iXcardSrjs Tla\\r]Vfvs } I. 104. 

&\fiafftot, &\idffioi, &\iovs, Phliasians at 
Plataiai, I. i, 5 ; Nemea near *Atoi)s, 
VII. 28; &\ia<nos Tipoov, VI. 124. 

: 'A.v8poK\rjs, I. 180 ; 
eovs, V. 182 ; 0oAAor 
, v. 189. 

Qotpos, vi. 3, 10. 

&oivtKfs, &OIVIKT), naval contingent at 
Marathon, iv. 63 ; at Eurymedon, 
m. 43, 44, 46, 47, 53, 54; Qotvifcrj 
ravaged by Greeks, i. 31 ; Athenians 
killed in ^OIVIKTJ, ill. 80 ; troops to 
suppress Egyptian revolt, 135, 136; 
Persian generals march through 
QfoiviKT), 136; naval contingent in 
Kyprian campaign, ill. 151, 152 ; 
Kimon pursues Persians as far as 
^OIV'IKI], 151 ; ships from Ph. in, 
Samian war, in. 239, 243 ; Kimon's 
campaigns against &OIVIKCS, in. 267 ; 
KapxySovioi 3?oiv'iKow airoiieoi, VIII. 59 

QoiviKfs = KapxrjSoviot, VIII. 1 8, 22 ; 
6 $om, 58; Qoivireoffro 
18. 

'ArcpayavTivos, VIII. 97. 
'AptccLs Mcuv&Xios, 6 KOI 
ffios, dedications by, VIII. 1 08. 

3?6pfjtis or &6pfjios ^vpafcoffios, comic poet, 
vni. 102, 104, 106. 

Qopfjiiow 'Apiffrtcavos K.vtiaOr]vaievs, secre- 
tary of treasurers of Athena, i. 106. 

QopfJiicav 'Affuirixov, general, III. 86. 

&opp:i<uv Havv&affios of Halikarnassos, 
ill. 287. 

&6p[j,os, see $/>/#?. 

&paffiK\fi8r)s, archon, ill. 136. 



E e 2 



420 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



&pa.(TiK\r]s, archon, in. 363. 
&pacriK\f)s d8e\<ptSovs 

30. 

Ppcdppios : 6 8Va, m. 260. 
ia, I. 15, 1 6. 

, general, v. 36. 
&pvvix<>s KwfMKos, V. 99. 
&v\a.pxo$, VI. 30. 
4uAA/s, III. 278. 

s, III. 260. 
?, n. 3 (v.) 4 (500); 4 (ii.) 12 

(300) ; 6 (iv.) 9 ; 8 (ii.) 38 (200) ; 

9 (i.) 12 (182.3); 13 (i.) 12 (500); 

15 (i.) II (SOO). Sawats: MiAra;, VI. 

141. 
<&<vK(Ts and Lakedaimonians, ill. 90, 92, 

98, 102 ; and Athenians, 108, 122, 

124; in the Sacred War, 188-191 ; 

of QcaKeow -qyefjiovfs and the gold at 

Delphoi, I. 3. 

\mpf\fiSijs Xapi(vov 'AtpiSvcuos, v. 182. 
JiaipriiJ.cav 'A.ypv\f]6fv, V. 21. 
Xaipwveia, in. 144, 149. 
~X.a\KT)86viot, XaAxJ/Sowoj, KaAx^Sowot, 
II. 3 (v.) 19 (750. 1); 4 (ii.) 14 (900) ; 

5 (i.) 13 (900) and (v.) lib (300); 

6 (ii.) 30 ; 8 (i.) 9 b ; 10 (ii.) 2 (900) ; 
ii fr. 71.4; 12 (ii.) 13; 13 (ii.) 9 
(900); 14 (i.) 18 (900); 15 (i.) 36 
(900); 17 Civ.) 23; 1 8 (iv.) n ;!., 
ibid. 12 ; 19 (i.) 96 (600); 21 (ii.) 15 ; 
Astakos near Chalkedon, in. 304. 

"X.a\KT)Topes, II. 4 fr. 20. 5 ; 5 fr. 25 (ii.) 
15 (35); 6 (iii.) 17(35); 8 (ii.) 14 
(35); 10 (v.) 17 c (35); 13 (iv.) 30 
(35) j 14 (i.) 65 (35). 

XaAtfearcu, XaA/fetaT<u, XaA/riaTcu, II. 4 
(iv.) ii ; 5 (i.) 10 (50); 10 (iii.) 90 
(33. 5); 12 (iv.) 6 (33.5); 13 (iv.) 
7(33.3); 14 (i) 60 (33.2); 19 (i.) 

37- 

XaA/aSffs, in Makedon, m. 271. 
~X.a\Ki5fvs MfAtTcvs, secretary to Hel- 

lenotamiai, ii. 13 praescr. 
XaA/ttSevs (corr. XaAtfous) Atoi/v<rtos, in. 

352- 
Xa\iS^s, Xa\/f<s in Euboia, Chalkidians 

at Plataiai, i. i, 5; Chalkia in the 

Euboian revolt, in. an, 216, 221 ; 

its constitution regulated, I. 130; 

quota, II. 6 (v.) 23 (1000); 12 (v.) 



31 ; 14 (ii.) 78 ; 16 a (ii.) 7 (300) ; 
19 (i.) 68 ; Chalkidians colonize 
Pithekussai, vni. 61. See also 



Xa\Ki5rjs ? 'Epvdpaiwv, II. 19 (i.) 44. 
Xa\KtoiKOS 'AOrjva, VI. 2, 5, 6, 22. 
XaA/coCs, Aiovvffios 6, III. 349 ; cf. 352 



HOVTIKOS, III. 256. 

XapetSas Mai/Tt^cus, VII. 51. 

'X.dprjy, negotiates peace with Sparta, in. 
225. 

archon, vm. 128. 
'AypvXrjOev, IV. 96. 

Xa/'as AatSaXtS?;?, v. II 6. 

~X.apiSTjp.os, II. 1 8. 2. 

Xapfvos 'AOfjiovevs, i. 112. 

~X.api(vov "X.atpf\fi5rjs 'AfyiSvaios, V. 182. 

Xapiffos Mf \av9iov 'Axapvevs, V. 182. 

XapiTifJ.i8T}?,lll. 132. 

Xapfiavridov (KapfJiavridov) Topyias, VIII. 
199. 

Xap/x/S^s rAav<wros, VI. 129. 

XappiSov *6t5tas, VII. 91, 92. 

Xdpcuv Aafjnf/a/cr)v6s t VI. 29 (p. 248). 

Xapa;j/5as, III. 366. 

Xatrrat, ii. I (iv.) 15 (241.2}. 

XeSpwAtoi, see 'ES/jwAtot. 

~X.eifta.pov 'Eirixa-ppos, VIII. 102. 

Xeipcav (Damon), VI. 113. 

Xetptw^ts of Kratinos, vi. 86, 142 (note). 

XeAiStfi/tai vijffoi, ill. 43, 160, 165, 172, 
177. 

~X.(ppovfiffioi, Xfpaovrjffiot in Karia, II. 3 
(iv.) 9 (300); 5 (i.) 2 (300); 6 (i.) 
1 6 (300) ; 8 (i.) 1 8 (300) ; 14 (i.) 62 
(570) ; 19 (i.) 22 (300). 

Xcppovrjaos, Persians expelled fromCher- 
sonesos, III. 22, 23; Mi\Tid8r)s Kifuavos 
in, 112 ; Perikles establishes kleruchy 
there, m. 127, 288-290; v. 89; 
tribute of the district, 291 ; quota, 
XcppovrjaiTdi, II. I (i.) 9 b (1800) ; 3 (ii.) 
7b (1800); 4(i.) 4b; 5 (v.) 6b 
(1380.4); 7 (iii.) 10 (1800); 8 (i.) 
3 c; ii fr. 71. 5; 13 (ii.) 13 (100); 
15 (ii.) 29 (100) ; Xcp^ovrjaiTai aw' 
'A 7 opa9, 14 (i.) 22 (100); 17 (v.) 9 
(100) ; 19 (ii.) 20 (100). 
Xfppovrjffos, 'Evvea oSot, 57 vvv KaXovplvr) 

X., iii. 278. 
XTot, Xtos, Chians persuade Aristeides 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



421 



to assume hegemony, I. 21 ; bring 
Phaselis over to Kimon, in. 43 ; 
relation to Athens, 121; contribu- 
tions to the league, I. 48 ; quota, n. 
6 (i.) 21 (38.2} ; 8 (i.) 23 (83.2)', 
in the Samian war, in. 238, 248 ; 
Sophokles at Chios, 248 ; in the 
second Athenian confederacy, i. 112; 
at XtW vnPo\ai, 195. Xfoi : 'Ai/ra- 
yopas, I. 21 ; TlavOoiSrjs, VI. 30. 

Xoat, VI. 47. 

Xoaamys, in. 1 79. 

Xorjfpopot of Aischylos, III. 71. 

Xoipov M'tKvQos, VIII. 136, 137. 

Xo\a/>7?7s: 'IiriroKpa.Tr)<:,1. 108 ; SfvoK\Tjs, 
IV. 105 ; HtpiKXrjs, ill. 249 ; VI. 85, 
86; TloXvaparos, III. 262. 

Xo\\fid7)s : ^Tpofjtfrxos, II. II. i ; iv. 79. 

XOOTTOTT/S Aiovvaos, VI. 47. 



friend of Gelon, vni. 36 > 
guardian of his son, p. 338 ; placed 
by Hieron over Aitna and proclaimed 
as an Aitnaian, vni. 49; envoy to 
Anaxilaos, 54. 

Xpovitcd of Apollodoros, vni. 164, 179. 

Xpvo-ts, vir. 8. 

Xpcy/ndSou &eo\\os QXvevs, v. 189. 



king of Libya, v. 123 ; 
v 'Ivdpcas, III. 139. 
Kapapivcuos, VIII. 9, 153. 
"Vrjfpio'iJ.aTa of Krateros, III. 307. 



iv. 100. 

statue of, vm. 71. 
'fl/>eos, in. 217-219. 
^tipoi 2a/Ma/coi of Alexis, III. 265. 

III. 221. 



NAMES MUTILATED AT THE BEGINNING 

(Arranged according to terminals). 



PERSONS. 


I. 7 2 (p. 1 6) : llTtaT&Tfl T77 


- - - Sojpos 


I. 7 2 : typa/jifiaTfvf ry 


I. 73 : ftr 


- - - KptTOS 


V. 1 86 : 'Epxievs, treasurer 


11. 1 8. 2 : ~Ka pi^rj p.ov Hure- 
Tiitci;j> . , . 


- - - uotvos 


ot Atnena .... qs 
I. 105 : Kpa\rj0ev } Hel- 


III. 118 : ts ff*avT(vTo 


fVTOS 


II. ^praescr. : *AAt/*ouo*tos, 
secretary to Helleno- 
tamiai - - - \fjs 


STATES. 

II 4 (i ) 2 b 




I. 129: fypafAft&Tfvf ry 


n. 5 (iv.)2 
II ^ Cii } A 




III.I24: five - - - yfjs 






V. 1 86 : KotXeus, strategos fvrjs 


II. ^ (iv.) 17 . 


- - - VfLOt 


II. 21. 3 : MvppivovffioSf 
secretary to Helleno- 


II. ii (ii.) 2, 13, TOC . . 
II. 7 (i.) 3 b 


- - - tayoi 

. TOXi . QV 




II 1 1 ( ii ^ a 




I. 104 : Hellenotamias . . - - - to? 
II. 1 8. i : 'Emx&povs l/c 


II. 4 fr. 20. 7 
II. i (i.) 8 b 


- - - (J 


Kepapfcw, secretary to 


II. 4 (iii.) 29 . 


- -o.X-I- 


Hellenotamiai ... - - - KOS 
VII. 63: & Uo\ , 
Botomos If 'Epxoftfvov - - - aA.os 


II. 9 (ii.) 2 
II. 4 fr. 20. 4 
II. 3 (i.) 6 b . 


. . 67 - - 

. ffffVO - 
... I/ Ot 


III. 260: Tlfipauvs . . ... fi/os 
V. 116 : 'Iicapifvs .... - - - pos 


II. 8 (i.) 170 'ApSijpirwv . 
II. 2O. 13 irapcL Tfivaiav . . 


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