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VII. Index Rerum


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A.

Abydos, oekist of Abydus, 540.
Acarnanian Confederacy, 328, 331, 332.
Ace, port of, Ptolema´s-Ace, 794.
Achaean League, 416 sqq.
Achaean Standard, v. Italic, s. v. Weight-Standards, &c.
‘Αχελοιο αεθλον, v. Games.
AcheloŘs, v. Rivers.
Achilles, Larissa Cremaste, 300; Thessaly, 312; Pyrrhus, 323.
Acorns, Mantineia, 449.
Acrocorinthus, Corinth, 404, 405.
Acropolis of Ace, Ptolema´s-Ace, 794; of Athens, 390; of Troezen, 443.
Adar or Moloch, identical with Adranos, Mamertini, 157.
Adonis, birth of, Aphrodisias, 610.
Adonis and boar, Aphrodisias, 610.
Adramys, oekist of Adramyteum, 521.
Adranos, Mamertini, 156; Syracuse, 180; temple of, on Mt. Aetna, 157.
Adrasteia with infant Zeus, Magnesia Ion., 583; Tralles, 661; Apameia Phr., 667. V. also Amaltheia and Rhea.
Aeakos as judge of the dead, Aegina, 398.
Aegae, goddess of, riding on wolf, Aegae Aeol., 552.
Aegina, port of, Aegina, 398.
Aeginetic Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Aeneas, flight of, Segesta, 167; Aeneia, 214; Apameia Bith., 510; Dardanus, 544; Ilium, 547; Scepsis, 549; Otrus, 682.
Aequitas, Catana, 135. V. also Dikaiosyne.
Aes, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Aetolia, statue of, at Delphi, Aetolia, 334, 335.
Aetolos, Aetolia, 334, 335.
Africa, head of, in elephant-skin, Bogud II, Bocchus II, and Juba II, 888.
Agalma in temple, Myra, 696.
Agathodaemon, Heracleia Pontica, 516; Alexandreia, 862.
Agathyrnos, hero, Tyndaris, 189.
Agaue with head of Pentheus, Amastris, 506.
Agon, winged, Caulonia, 93; Peparethus, 312.
Agonistic chest, Perga, 703.
Agonistic Prize Crown, Metropolis Ion., 584; Synnada, 686; Anazarbus, 717; Hieropolis Castabala, 721; Mopsus, 725; supported by two Centaurs, Laodiceia ad Mare, 782.
Agonistic table, Neocaesareia, 497; Germe Lyd., 650; Ariassus, 706; Cremna, 708; Termessus, 712; Adana, 716; Corycus, 720.
Agonistic or Festival issues—
Neapolis Campan., 39; Tarentum, 56; Metapontum, 76; Caulonia, 93; Croton, 96, 99; Rhegium, 108; Temesa, 112; Terina, 114; in Sicily, 116; Agrigentum, 122; Camarina, 128; Catana, 131; Gela, 140, 141; Messana, 153; Syracuse, 172; Olynthus, 207, 208; Philip II, 224; Macedonia, 242; Beroea, 243; Philippopolis, 288; Thessaly, 290 sqq.; Corcyra, 327; Tanagra, 348; Athens, 369, 370, 390; Corinth, 405; Elis, 420 sqq., 426; Argos, 440; Cleonae, 441; Epidaurus, 442; Arcadia, 444, 445; Heraea, 447; Stymphalus, 453; Cyzicus, 528; Colophon, 571; Ephesus, 577; Aphrodisias, 609; Cos, 632; Nysa, 654; Philadelpheia, 655; Thyatira, 658; CotiaŰum, 671; Aspendus, 699, 700, 701; Attaleia Pam., 701; Heliopolis, 785.
Agonothesia personified, Thessalonica, 245.
Agora, with temple, tree, &c., Cynaetha, 447.
Agreus, Corcyra, 328.
Ahura-mazda, Issus, 722; Mallus, 724; Soli, 728; Tarsus, 730.
Ajax, son of O´leus, Opus, 336; Scarpheia, 337.
Ajax, son of Telamon, Shield of, Salamis, 392.
Ajax, son of Teucer, oekist of Olba, 727.
Ajax falling on sword, Prusa, 518.
Ajax (?), Cierium, 293.
Akamas, oekist of Metropolis Phr., 681; of Synnada, 686.
Akamas and Dorylaos, oekists of DorylaŰum, 672.
Akragas, v. Rivers.
Aktaeon, Cyzicus, 524; Lampsacus, 530.
Aktia, goddess of the Actian Festival, 329.
Aleos, oekist of Tegea, 455.
Aleuas of Larissa, 297, 299.
Alexander of Abonuteichus, 505.
Alexander of Pherae, inscriptions on coins of, Pherae, 308.
Alexander the Great, chronological and geographical classification of his coinage, 227.
Alexander the Great, vision of, foundation legend, Smyrna, 594.
Alexander the Great in Persian dress, holding thunderbolt, India, 833.
Alexander the Great, oekist of Apollonia Pis., 706.
Alexandrine coins, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Alexarchus, oekist of Uranopolis, 206.
Alkaeos the poet, Mytilene, 562.
Alkino÷s, ‘Gardens of’, v. Stellate Square.
Alliance coins in Magna Graecia, Pal.-Mol., 83; Siris and Pyxus, 83; Sybaris and Poseidonia, 85; Croton with Caulonia, Temesa, Zancle, Sybaris, Pandosia, 95.
Alyattes, electrum coins bearing his name, 645.
Amaltheia with infant Zeus, Acmoneia, 668; Laodiceia Phr., 680; Synnada, 686; Aegeae Cil, 716; Sidon, 798. V. also Adrasteia and Rhea.
Amasia City, view of, Amasia, 496.
Amastris City, Faustina as, Amastris, 506.
Amazon, Amisus, 497; Tripolis Lyd., 661; Cibyra, 670; Elaeusa Sebaste, 785; holding anchor, Ancyra Gal., 747.
Ambrosial Rocks, Tyre, 801.
Ammon, temple of, at Aphytis, 210.
Ammon-Dusares, Bostra, 812. V. also Zeus Ammon.
Amphiaraos (?), Oropus, 392.
Amphictyonic Council, 342.
Amphilochos, Mallus, 723, 724; Tarsus, 733.
Amphinomos and Anapias, the Catanaean brothers, 134.
Amphion and Zethos binding Dirke to bull, Acrasus, 647; Thyatira, 658.
Amymone, pursued by Poseidon, Adramyteum, 521; with Poseidon in chariot, Cyme Aeol., 554.
Anaitis, Zela, 499; Amastris, 505; Zariadres and Morphilig of Armenia, 754.
Anakreon, Teos, 596.
Anaxagoras the philosopher, Clazomenae, 569.
Anaxilas of Rhegium, 108, 152.
Anchialos, oekist of Anchialus, 277.
Anchises and Aphrodite, Ilium, 547.
Anchor with Crayfish, Apollonia Pontica, 277.
Anchor found by King Midas, Ancyra Phr., 665.
Anchor, type parlant, Ancyra Gal., 748.
Anchor, signet of Seleucus I, 756.
Androklos, hero, Ephesus, 577; Samos, 606.
Andromeda of Mytilene, 563.
Androtion, statement of, concerning Solon’s reform of the currency, Athens, 367.
‘Ανεθηκε, meaning of, Alia, 664.
Ankaeos, Samos, 606.
Ankh or Crux ansata, Cyprus, 737 sqq., 742.
Antigonus Gonatas, victory of, off Cos, 231.
Antigonus Doson, expedition of, against Caria, 232.
‘Αντιγονεια τετραχμα mentioned in Inventory of the Asklepieion at Athens, 232, 378.
AntinoŘs, cult of, and Festival coins in honour of, Amphictyonic Council, 342; Arcadia, 446; Bithynium, 511; Calchedon, 512; Nicomedeia, 517; Tium, 518; Cyzicus, 527; Ephesus, 577; Smyrna, 594; Sala, 656; Sardes, 656; Ancyra Gal., 748; Alexandreia, 863.
AntinoŘs as Bellerophon, Achaea, 419; as Hermes, Achaea, 419; Bithynium, 511.
AntinoŘs ‘Ιακχος, Adramyteum, 521.
AntinoŘs Νεος ‘Ιακχος and Neos Puthios, Tarsus, 733.
AntinoŘs, priest of the cult of, Achaea, 419.
Antiochus, name of, on coin of Athens, 382.
Antiochus IV of Commagene, gift of money to Chios by, 601.
Apeme-hiera or Hierapeme, processional mule-car, Ephesus, 577.
Aphaia standing by Zeus, Aegina, 398.
Aphierosis (consecratio), Alexandreia, 863.
Aphrodite, Corinth, 399 sqq.; Cythera, 436.
Aphrodite enthroned, crowned by Eros, Nagidus, 725; enthroned between sphinxes, Aphrodisias Cil., 718; Nagidus, 726.
Aphrodite, turreted, Paphos, 741; Salamis Cyp., 744.
Aphrodite, cultus-statue of, Aphrodisias, 609.
Aphrodite of Praxiteles, Cnidus, 616, 617; Tarsus, 733.
Aphrodite, statue of, holding shield, Corinth, 405.
Aphrodite and Anchises, Ilium, 547.
Aphrodite and Ares, Amasia, 496.
Aphrodite and Eros, Eryx, 138, 139; Germanicopolis, 506.
Aphrodite with Eros and Anteros, Aphrodisias, 610.
Aphrodite hanging on to neck of bull, Marium, 739; or of ram, Marium (?), 745; riding on goat, Elis, 426; on hippocamp, Bithynium, 511.
Aphrodite—
Aineias, Leucas, 330.
Anadyomene, Methana, 442; Prusa, 517.
Erycina, Eryx, 138, 139.
Euploia, Cnidus, 615.
Kastnietis, Metropolis Thes., 302.
Melainis, Thespiae, 354.
Morpho, Lacedaemon, 436.
Neleia, Magnetes Thes., 300; Magnesia Ion., 583.
Nymphia, Troezen, 444.
Paphia, Sardes, 657.
Paphia, temple of, Pergamum, 536; Cyprus, 746.
Pelagia, on sea-goat, Aphrodisias, 610.
Stratonikis, Smyrna, 593, 594.
Urania, Uranopolis, 206.
Apis, Amastris, 506; Germanicopolis, 506; Mytilene, 562; Alexandreia, 862.
Apollo shooting serpent Python, Croton, 97.
Apollo, head of, with serpent, Agrigentum, 124.
Apollo as hunter, Eleutherna, 464, 465; Rhaucus, 477; Tylissus, 478.
Apollo, on griffin, Cyzicus, 526; on swan, Calchedon, 512; Cyzicus, 526.
Apollo holding bipennis, Eumeneia, 674.
Apollo ‘Αγυιευς, obelisk of, Apollonia Illyr., 314; Oricus, 316; Ambracia, 320.
Apollo Karinos, obelisk of, Byzantium, 269; Megara, 393.
Apollo Triopios temple of, 231.
Apollo—
Aegletes, Anaphe, 482.
Aktaios, Parium, 531.
Aktios, Ambracia, 320; Acarnania, 329, 333; Anactorium, 329; Thyrrheium, 332; Alexandreia, 862.
Alexikakos, Selinus, 168; Athens, 390.
Alkos, Morgantina, 157.
Amyklaeos, Lacedaemon, 434, 436.
Archegetes, Alaesa, 126; Tauromenium, 188; Hierapolis Phr., 676.
Aulaeites or Aulaetes, Magnesia Ion., 583.
Chresterios, Aegae Aeol., 551.
Chromios, AbbaŰtae-Mysi, 663.
Delphinios, Phocis, 339; Delphi, 341.
Derronaeos, Derrones, 201, 236.
Didymeus, Miletus, 585; Alexandreia, 862.
Enagros, Siphnos, 491.
Gryneus, Grynium, 555; Myrina, 555.
Hekatos, Ilium, 547.
Hikesios, Ephesus, 577.
Hyakinthios, Tarentum, 53, 55.
Iatros, Apollonia Pontica, 278; Peparethus, 313.
Karinos, Byzantium, 269; Megara, 393.
Karneios, Metapontum, 77; Delphi, 341; Gythium, 434.
Killaeos, Colone Troad., 543.
Kissios, Alabanda, 607.
Klarios, Apameia Bith., 510; Colophon, 570, 571; Sagalassus, 710.
Kynthios, Zacynthus, 429.
Larisenos, Larissa Ion., 580.
Leukates, Nicopolis Epiri, 321.
Lydios, Tralles, 661.
Lykios or Lykeios, Athens, 390; Sardes, 657; Lycia, 689 sqq.; Tarsus, 733.
Mystes, Daldis, 650.
Patro÷s, Tarsus, 733.
Patro÷s Sozon, Nysa, 654.
Propylaeos, Cremna, 708.
Pythaeos, Asine, 432.
Pythios, Delphi, 342; Tralles, 661; Side, 704; Alexandreia, 862.
Sarpedonios, Holmi, 721; Seleuceia Cil., 727.
Schizanos or Schizaeos, Antandrus, 542.
Sidetes, Side, 703, 704; Coracesium, 720; LaŰrte, 722; Lyrbe, 723; Syedra, 729.
Smintheus, Coressia, 484; Pergamum, 536; Alexandreia Troas, 540, 541; Hamaxitus, 546.
Sozon, Mastaura, 653.
Tarraeos, Tarra, 478.
Thearios, Troezen, 443.
Theoxenios, Pellene, 415.
Triopios, Cnidus, 615; Cos, 632.
Tyrimnaeos, Thyatira, 658.
Apteros or Pteras, oekist of Aptera, 458.
Aquarius (?), Edessa Mesop., 815.
Aratos the poet (?), Soli Pompeiopolis, 729.
Archedamis of Mytilene, 490.
Archias (?), oekist of Syracuse, 180.
Archilochos the poet, Paros, 490.
Areion, the horse, Thelpusa, 456.
Ares, head of, Larinum, 29; Romano-Campanian, 33; Rome, 35; Arpi, 44; Lucania, 70; Bruttium, 92; Consentia, 94; Petelia, 107; Entella, 137; Mamertini, 156; Syracuse, 181; Tyrrheni, 190.
Ares Neos, Geta as, Amblada, 892.
Arethusa, Syracuse, 117, 172 sqq.; head of, by Kimon, 176, 177.
Argaeos, Mount, Caesareia Cap., 752.
Argo, the ship, Magnetes Thes., 300; Tripolis Phoen., 799.
Argo, with Dioskuri on board, Sidon, 798.
Argos building the Argo, Nicomedeia, 517.
Argos, meaning of ⊟ on coins of, 437.
‘Αργυριον, v. Χαρακτηρ.
Ariadne, Pergamum, 536; head of, in labyrinth, Cnossus, 461; with Dionysos, Perinthus, 271; Tarsus, 733.
Ariarathes, name of, on coin of Athens, 383.
Aries, Nisibis, 815.
Arion on dolphin, Methymna, 561.
Aristaeos, cult and emblems of, Ceos, 483, 484; Melos, 892; Cyrena´ca, 865 sqq.
Aristophanes, allusions by, to Athenian coins, Athens, 373.
Aristotle’s statement concerning the coin-types of Anaxilas, Rhegium, 108, 109; of Tenedos, 551; his account of Solon’s monetary reforms, Athens, 367.
Arkas, child, beside his mother Kallisto, Methydrium Arcad., 451; Orchomenus, 451; carried by Hermes, Pheneus, 452.
Armenia, Crete, 479; Alexandreia, 863.
Arms as prizes, αθλα, in the Games, Syracuse, 177.
Arne, nymph, playing with astragali, Cierium, 293.
Artemis—
Agrotera, Syracuse, 186; Cherronesus, 279, 280; Megara, 394.
Amarysia, Eretria, 361.
Ana´tis, Attuda, 611; Cidramus, 614; Ca striani, 649; Clannudda, 650; Hypaepa, 652.
Astyrene, Antandrus, 541.
Boreitene, Attaleia Lyd., 648; Thyatira, 658.
Brauronia, Amphipolis, 215; Laodiceia ad Mare, 782.
Britomartis, Crete, 457; Olus, 472.
Diktynna, Crete, 457, 479; Cydonia, 464; Phalasarna, 474; Polyrhenium, 478.
Ekbateria, Siphnos, 491.
Eleuthera, Cyane, 695; Myra, 696.
Ennodia, Pherae, 308.
Ephesia, Gortyna, 467; Andros, 482; Ephesus, 571 sqq.; Metropolis Ion., 584; Neapolis Ion., 587; Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608; Bargasa, 612; Harpasa, 619; Heracleia Salbace, 620; Iasus, 621; Neapolis ad Harpasum, 623; Sebastopolis, 624; Stratoniceia, 625; Acrasus, 647; Aninetus, 647; Cilbiani, 650; Daldis, 650; Gordus-Julia, 651; Nacrasa, 654; Stratoniceia Lyd., 658; Tabala, 658; Tralles, 661; Acmoneia, 663; Aezanis, 664; Apameia Phr., 667; Cadi, 668; Colossae, 670; CotiaŰum, 671; Dionysopolis, 671; Eriza, 673; Eumeneia, 674; Hierapolis Phr., 675; Hieropolis Phr., 676; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Metropolis Phr., 681; Peltae, 682; SynaŘs, 685; Synnada, 686; Tiberiopolis, 688; Trajanopolis, 688.
Heurippe, Pheneus, 452.
Kindyas, Bargylia, 612.
Klaria, Colophon, 571.
Kynthia, Zacynthus, 429.
Kyparissia (?), Lacedaemon, 435.
Lampadephoros, Byzantium, 270.
Laphria, Patrae, 415; Achaean League, 416; Messene, 432.
Leukophryene, Magnesia Ion., 583.
Lykia, Troezen, 444.
Munychia, Phygela, 590.
Myndia, Myndus, 623.
Panionios, Ephesus, 577; Smyrna, 594.
Perasia, Hieropolis Castabala, 721.
Pergaea, Attaleia Pam., 701; Perga, 702; Andeda, 706; Ariassus, 706; Isinda, 708; Pogla, 709; Selge, 712.
Persika, Apollonis, 648; Hierocaesareia, 651.
Pheraea, Sicyon, 412.
Soteira, Agrigentum, 123; Syracuse, 182; statue of, by Strongylion, Megara, 394.
Stymphalia, Stymphalus, 453.
Tauropolos, Amphipolis, 215 sqq., 238; Byzantium, 270; Cherronesus, 279.
Tyche, Gerasa, 787.
Artemis and Dionysos as oekists of Nicaea, 517.
Artists’ signatures at Syracuse and other cities, v. Index VI.
Aryandes, Satrap of Egypt, story concerning coinage of, 845.
As, Assaria, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Asia, Κοινον of, in alliance with Smyrna, 595.
Asinius Gallus, Proconsul, portrait of, with epithet αγνος, Temnus, 557.
AskaŰnos, v. Mŕn.
Askanios, v. Aeneas.
Asklepios on flying serpent, Pautalia, 287.
Asklepios, head of, on horse, Cleonae, 441.
Asklepios, statue of, by Thrasymedes of Paros, Epidaurus, 441; by Phyromachus, Pergamum, 534.
Asklepios suckled by goat, Epidaurus, 442.
Asklepios, oekist of Nicaea, 516.
Asklepios Soter, Pergamum, 536.
Asklepios, Hygieia, and Telesphoros, separately or together, Rhegium, 109, 111, 112; Syracuse, 187; in Thessaly, 293, 298-300, 310; Athens, 390; Nicaea, 517; Prusa, 518; Adramyteum, 521; Hadriani ad Olympum, 528; Hadrianeia, 528; Hadrianothera, 528; Pergamum, 532, 536; Perperene, 537; Pitane, 537; Myrina, 556; Bargasa, 612; Cos, 632, 633; Acrasus, 647; Gordus-Julia, 651; Sala, 656; Dionysopolis, 671; Docimeium, 672; Perga, 703; Apollonia Pis., 706; Prostanna, 710; Termessus, 712; Parla´s, 714; Aegeae, 716; Soli-Pompeiopolis, 729; Elaeusa-Sebaste, 735; Alexandreia, 862.
Asopos, v. River-gods.
Ass and Crow, Mende, 211.
Astarte, figure or temple of, Gabala, 781; Canata, 786; Capitolias, 786; Aradus, 790; Berytus, 790; Botrys, 791; Caesareia ad Libanum, 792; Dora, 792; Orthosia, 792; Sidon, 798; Tripolis Phoen., 799; Antipatris, 802; Caesareia Sam., 802; Diospolis-Lydda, 802; Aelia Capitolina, 803; Anthedon, 804; Adraa, 811; Esbus, 812; Medaba, 812; Rabbath-moba, 812; Alipota, 876; Hadrumetum, 876; Thaena, 876; Thysdrus, 876; Hippo Diarrhytus, 882; Gaulos, 883; Hippo Regius, 886; Thabraca, 886; Zarai, 887.
Astarte-Aphrodite, Swan, symbol of, Mallus, 723.
Asteria Thea, mother of the Tyrian Herakles, Philadelpheia Decap., 787.
Astragalizontes, Hypaepa, 652.
Astragalizousa, nymph, Cierium, 293; Tarsus, 731.
Astragalos, meaning of, Himera, 144.
Astragalos, Euboea (?), 356; Calchedon, 512; Paphos, 740.
Astronomical types, v. Zodiacal.
Atalanta spearing Kalydonian boar, Tegea, 455.
Atargatis, Demetrius III of Syria, 772; Hieropolis Cyrrhesticae, 777; Palmyra, 778.
Athamas, oekist of Halus, 295.
Athamas, Teos, 596.
Athena and Giant, Magnesia Ion., 583.
Athena and Poseidon, contest between, Athens, 390.
Athena—
Alea, 446; Tegea, 454, 455.
Alkis, Syracuse, 183; Antigonus of Macedon, 231; Philip V, 232; Pella, 244.
Amaria, Achaean League, 416.
Archegetis of Sa´s, Alexandreia, 862.
Areia, Pergamum, 536.
Asylos, Side, 704.
Chalinitis, Corinth, 399 sqq., 405.
Ilias, Ilium, 546.
Itonia, Thessaly, 311, 312; Peparethus, 313; Coroneia, 343, 345.
Hippia, Athens, 390.
Kranaea, Elateia Phocidis, 343.
Magarsis, Mallus, 724; Tarsus, 732; Demetrius II of Syria, 766-768; Antiochus VII, 767.
Nike, Heracleia, 71.
Nikephoros, Pergamum, 536.
Panachaea, Achaean League, 416.
Parthenos, by Pheidias, Athens, 378, 389; Aphrodisias Cil., 718.
Polias, Athens, 389; Assus, 542; Priene, 590; Telos, 642; Synnada, 686.
Sebaste, Alexandreia, 862.
Skyletria, Thurium, 87.
Soteira, Hipponium, 101; Cyzicus, 527.
Stathmia, Alexandreia, 862.
Sthenias, Troezen, 443.
Athenaeus the philosopher, Seleuceia Cil., 727.
Athenian coinage of the ‘New Style’, chronological classification of, 380 sqq.
Athenian coin-types, imitations of, Mazaeus, 877; Cnossus, 457, 462; Cydonia, 464; Gortyna, 467; Hierapytna, 468; Lappa, 470; Polyrhenium, 475; Priansus, 476; Sigeium, 549; Priene, 591; Himyarites, 818; India, 834.
Athenian kleruchs, coins issued by, in Imbros, 261; in Delos, 387-389.
Athenian monetary officials, Athens, 379.
Athenian Theatre-tickets, Athens, 377.
Athens and Rome, foedus aequum between, B.C. 229, Athens, 378.
Athletes and agonistic table, Augusta Cil., 718; Tyre, 801.
Athletes carrying prize-crown or crowning themselves, Cyme Aeol., 554; Mopsus, 725; Tarsus, 734; Heliopolis, 785.
Athletes drawing lots, Nicaea, 517; Palaeopolis, 709; Prostanna, 710; Ancyra Gal., 747; Heliopolis, 780.
Athletes with Gymnastes, Aphrodisias, 610.
Athymbros, oekist of Nysa, 654.
Atrax, hero, Atrax, 292.
Attalos the sophist, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Attic Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c., s. v. Eubo´c.
Atys, Cyzicus, 526; Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608; Pessinus, 748.
Auge, released fromchest, Elaea, 555.
Auriol, find of archaic coins at, 1.
Axios, v. River-gods.


B.

Ba'al, Poseidium Syr., 785; Hippo Regius, 886; Tingis, 890.
Ba'al-Gazur, Ariarathes I, 749.
Ba'al-Kevan, Hieropolis Cyrrhest., 777.
Ba'altarz, Issus, 722; Mallus, 724; Soli, 728; Tarsus, 730, 731; Mazaeus, 816.
Babylonic Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Bacchus Hebon, tauriform, Neapolis, 39.
Bacchus, Thracian, oracular temple of, on Mt. Pangaeum, 194.
Baetyl, of Aphrodite, Aphrodisias Cil., 717.
of Artemis Pergaia, Perga, 702; Pednelissus, 709.
of Astarte in car, Sidon, 798.
of Dusares, Adraa, 811; Bostra, 812.
of Elagabal, Juliopolis, 516; Emisa, 780, 781; in chariot, Aelia Capitolina, 803.
of Zeus Kasios, Seleuceia Pieria, 783.
Bargylios, hero, Bargylia, 612.
Basket-torches, Byzantium, 270.
Bassareus, Lydian god, 643.
Bear, emblem of Kallisto, Mantineia, 449.
Bee and Stag, symbols in cult of Artemis Ephesia, Ephesus, 571.
Bellerophon, Fenseris, 37; Leucas, 330; Corinth, 399 sqq.; Bargylia, 612; Hydisus, 620; Stratoniceia, 625.
Bendis, Tium, 518; Nicomedes I, 519.
Βερενικεια νομισματα, Egypt, 852.
BeroŰ seized by Poseidon, Berytus, 791.
Bes, head of, Sidon, 794; Gaza, 805.
Bestiarii, gladiators, and wild beasts, fighting in arena, Synnada, 686.
Bias of Priene, Priene, 591.
Billon coins, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Bipennis, symbol of Dionysos Πελεκυς, Thrace, 282, 283; Pherae, 308; Tenedos, 550.
Bipennis (Labrys), Alinda, 607; Aphrodisias, 609; Euromus, 617; Heracleia Salbace, 620; Mylasa, 622; Orthosia, 624; Thyatira, 658; AbbaŰtae-Mysi, 663; Eriza, 673, Eumeneia, 673, 674; Hierapolis Phr., 676; Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Bipennis and Trident combined, badge of Mylasa, 622.
Bithynia personified, Commune Bithyniae, 510.
Boar, symbol of Artemis, Phintias of Agrigentum, 123; Phocis, 338.
Boar, symbol of R. Kapros, Laodiceia Phr., 678.
Boar, winged, of Clazomenae, 567.
Boeotian buckler, a religious emblem, 343.
Boeotian dialect, coin-legend in, Thebes, 350.
Boeotian monetary magistrates, not eponymous Boeotarchs acting ex officio, Thebes, 351, 352.
Boeotian national festival, 343, 345.
Bo´dion, hetaira of Chares, Byzantium, 269.
Boreitene, Attaleia, 648; ‘Thyatira, 658.
Borysthenes, v. Rivers.
Brasidas in Macedon, 204.
British imitations of Gaulish coins, 10.
Britomartis, Chersonesus Cretae, 460; Olus, 472.
Bull-fights, Thessalian, 290 sqq.


C.

Caesareia Germanica, amphitheatre of, 511; harbour of, 511.
Calauria, naval confederation of, Orchomenus, 346.
Campanian man-headed bull, 39.
Campanians, coins of, struck at Neapolis, 39; in Sicily, 130, 132, 137, 159.
Campanian Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Candlestick, seven-branched, Jerusalem, 808.
Canopic vases, Alexandreia, 863.
Capitoline Triad, Cadi, 668; Hydrela, 677; Laodiceia Phr., 680; Neapolis Sam., 803.
Carnyx, Gaulish trumpet, Tavium, 749.
Catanaean brothers, 134.
Celestial types parlants, Uranopolis, 206.
Celtic coins of Central Europe, 9.
Chalkous, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Χαρακτηρ, κομμα, αργυριον, παλμα, and σημα, meanings of, Seuthes, 282; Cotys, 285; Athens, 369, 370, 371, 391 n.; Gortyna, 466; Phaestus, 472; Ephesus, 571.
Charites, the three, Tanagra, 348; Argos, 440; Naxos, 489; Paros, 490; Heracleia Pontica, 516; Magnesia Ion., 583; Aphrodisias, 610; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Side, 704; Mopsus, 725; Tarsus, 733.
Cheiron the Centaur, Magnetes, 301; Prusias II, 519.
Chimaera, Etruria, 13; Leucas, 330; Corinth, 401 sqq.; Sicyon, 409 sqq.
Chresmos, oracular fountain, bull and dog at, Limyra, 695.
Χρυσα δεκητηριδων, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Chrysippos the philosopher, Soli-Pompeiopolis, 729.
Cistophori, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Cleopatra, portrait of, Patrae, 415; Antiocheia ad Orontem, 778; Ascalon, 804.
Cock, emblem of a healing god, Himera, 144; Selinus, 168.
Cock-fight, Dardanus, 544.
Colossus of Rhodes, 638, 639.
Corcyrean Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Corinthian Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Countermarks on Byzantine and Persian sigloi, 267, 828, 832; on tetradrachms of Side, 704.
Cow and calf, Apollonia Illyr., 314; Dyrrhachium, 315; Monunius, 316; Corcyra, 326; Carystus, 356; Lycia, 690, 691; Phoenicia, 801.
Cow suckling infant Zeus, Praesus, 475.
Cow with swallow on her back, Eretria, 362.
Crab, emblem of R. Akragas and badge of Agrigentum, 120; emblem of R. Karkines, 94; badge of Cos, 632.
Crescent, symbol of Aphrodite Melainis, Thespiae, 354; Byzantine type, inherited by the Turks, 270.
Crescents, three, in triskeles form, Birytis, 542.
Cretan art, characteristics of, 457.
Cretan bull with legs tethered (by Herakles), Phaestus, 473.
Crocodile, Alexandreia, 863; Ptolema´s Cyrena´cae, 874; chained to palm tree, Nemausus, 8.
Croesus, his monetary reform, 646.
Cumaean Sibyl (?), 37.
Cupping-vessel (σικυα), Atrax, 292; Epidaums, 441; Aegiale Amorgi, 481.
Curia Decurionum, nine senators seated, Alexandreia Troas, 541.
Cyzicene Staters, v. Weight-Standards, &c.


D.

Dacia, captive, Crete, 479.
Dada of Mytilene, 563.
Daedalos and Ikaros, Pessinus, 748.
DanaŰ, Argos, 440.
Dana´ds, three, Germe Lyd., 651.
Danaos and Gelanor, contest between, Argos, 440.
Daphne, metamorphosis of, Apollonia Salbace, 610.
Dardanos, warrior, Dardanus, 544.
Dardanos and Bateia, Ilium, 547.
Daric, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Decimal system in Etruria, 12.
Deer (προξ), type parlant, Proconnesus, 538.
Delos, coins issued by Athenian kleruchs in, Delos, 387, 389, 485.
Delphic ΕΙ, Delphi, 342.
Delphic omphalos with two eagles, Cyzicus, 525.
Delphos, mythical founder of Delphi, 340, 341.
Demareteia, Syracuse, 173.
Demeter, epithets of, Metapontum, 77-79; Gela, 142.
Demeter and Triptolemos, statues of, at Enna, 137.
Demeter of Anthela, Delphi, 342.
ChloŰ, Myconos, 487.
Chthonia, Hermione, 442.
Eleusinia, Pheneus, 452.
Erinys, Thelpusa, 455.
Eunomia, Gela, 142.
Horia, Erythrae, 579; Smyrna, 590.
Panachaea, Achaean League, 417.
Sestia, Sestus, 261.
Thesmophoros, Paros, 490.
Demetrius Poliorcetes, his naval victory off Cyprus, commemorated on his coins, 230.
Demiurgi, crowns of, Tarsus, 733.
Demokratia, head of, Cnidus, 616; Athena as, Telos, 642.
Dendrophoros, Magnesia Ion., 583.
Derceto, Ascalon, 804.
Despoina, Heraea, 447.
Δια for επι, local use of, in Caria, Trapezopolis, 628.
Diana Dauphena, Coela, 259. Cf. Diana Lucifera.
Diana Lucifera, Apameia Bith., 510; Parium, 532.
Dido, Sidon, 798; building Carthage, Tyre, 801.
Didymean Apollo, cultus-statue of, by Canachus, Miletus, 586.
Didymeion, coins issued by the, Miletus, 585.
Dies, obv. and rev. of different periods, Neapolis, 39.
Dikaiosyne, Amastris, 506; Ephesus, 577; Hyrgaleis, 677; Prymnessus, 683; Alexandreia, 863.
Diktynna, Cydonia, 464; Phalasarna, 474; Crete, Prov., 479.
Dinomachos of Mytilene, 563.
Diomedes carrying off the Palladium, Argos, 438, 440; Tyre, 801.
Dion of Syracuse, supposed name of, on coin of Zacynthus, 430; coins assigned to, Syracuse, 178.
Dione, Amantia, 313; Epirus, 319, 324, 325; Ambracia, 320; Athamanes, 320; Pyrrhus, 323; Corcyra, 327.
Dionysos, cult of, Teos, 596; infant in cradle, Magnesia Ion., 583; oekist of Nicaea, 517; of Tium, 518; riding on panther, Sybrita, 477; Cyzicus, 527; temple of, at Aphytis, 210; theatre of, at Athens, 390; statue of, by Alkamenes, Athens, 390.
Dionysos—
Βακχευς, Myconos, 487.
Kelaeneus, Apameia Phr., 667.
Lampter, Pellene, 415.
Lasios, Catana, 134.
Leneus, Myconos, 487.
Libyan, Metapontum, 77.
Pelekys of Pagasae, Pherae, 308.
Phallen, Antissa, 560; Methymna, 561.
Pogon, Orthosia, 793.
Sebastos, Amastris, 506.
Soter, Maroneia, 251.
Sykites or Sykates, Camirus, 636.
Dioskuri, oekists of Dioscurias, 495; as Σωτηρες, Tyndaris, 189.
Dipoenus and Skyllis, statue of Athena by, Cleonae, 441.
Dirke bound to bull, Acrasus, 647; Thyatira, 658.
Diskeles, Lycia, 688 sqq.
Divinities and deified Imperial persons as Priests and Priestesses honoris causa, Byzantium, 270. Cf. Mytilene, 562.
Dog, R. Krimissos in form of, Segesta, 164, 165.
Dog attacking dolphin, Phocaea, 590.
Dog sleeping, Tuder, 22; Hatria, 23.
Dog, type parlant of the Kynossema, Madytus, 260.
Dogs in temple of Adranos, Mamertini, 156, 157.
Dogs, Molossian, 321.
Dog-star, Seirios, Ceos, 482, 483.
Dokimos, oekist of Docimeium, 672.
Dolphin, tame, Poroselene, 563.
Dolphin-rider, Peparethus, 313; Uncert., 480. V. also Arion, Hermias, and Taras.
Dolphin-skin head-dress, Etruria, 15.
Doros, head of, Dora, 792.
Dorylaos and Akamas, oekists of DorylaŰum, 672.
Double-dating, by solar and lunar months, of Athenian coins, 380.
Dove, emblem of Aphrodite, Sikyon, 411; Cythera, 436.
Drachm, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Dryops, Asine, 432.
Ducetius, Sikel chief, Calacte, 128; Megara Hyblaea, 151; Menaenum, 151.
Duoviri of Corinth, 404.
Dusares Theos, Adraa, 811.
Dynamis, Alexandreia, 863.


E.

Ε, Η, badge of Heraea, 448.
Ε or ΕΠ, badge of Epidaurus, 441.
Eagle holding serpent, emblem of Olympian Zeus, Chalcis, 359.
Egestos, oekist of Segesta, 164.
Egyptian types, Perinthus, 271; Cossura, 883; Melita, 883; Hippo Regius, 886; Macomades, 886; Juba II, 888. V. also Isis, Sarapis, &c.
Egyptizing deity standing on backs of three lions, Ascalon, 804.
Eileithyia, Aegium, 413; Bura, 413; Argos, 440; Tegea, 455; Latus, 470.
Eirene, Locri, 102; Nicomedeia, 517; Clazomenae, 569; Ephesus, 577; Smyrna, 594; Cos, 634; Cilbiani, 650; Nysa, 654; Tripolis Lyd, 661; Alexandreia, 863.
Eirene-Nemesis, Irenopolis Cil., 721.
Eirene with Ploutos, Athens, 390; Amastris, 506; Cyzicus, 527; Samos, 606.
Eirene and Roma, Amisus, 497.
Ekklesia, seated, Aegeae, 716.
Elagabal, altar, baetyl, and temple of, Emisa, 780, 781. V. also Baetyl.
Electrum, relation to gold of, at Syracuse, 179. V. also Weight-Standards, &c.
Elephant, Latium, 26; carrying crown, Tarsus, 733.
Elephants on Seleucid coins, 756.
Eleusinian βακχος and κερχνος, Eleusis, 391; Athens, 376, 377.
Eleusinian Festivals, coins struck for, Eleusis, 391; Athens, 376, 389.
Eleutheria, Tium, 518; Cyzicus, 526; Elaeusa Sebaste, 735; Caesareia Cap., 752; Alexandreia, 863.
Elpis, Perga, 703; Alexandreia, 863.
Empedocles at Selinus, 168.
Engravers’ signatures, v. Index VI.
Ennodia, Pherae, 308.
Enyo, Comana Pont., 498.
Eos, Alexandreia, 862.
‘Επι with dative, use of, in Crete, Cydonia, 464.
Ephesus and Aradus, supposed monetary understanding between, Ephesus, 575.
Epione, wife of Asklepios, Epidaurus, 441.
Eras—
B.C. 421 (?), Samos, 603.
B.C. 333-2 (era of Alexander in Phoenicia).
Aradus, 789.
Ptolema´s-Ace, 793.
Sidon, 797.
Tyre, 799.
B.C. 312 (Seleucid era, Kings of Syria, 756).
Alexandreia Troas, 541.
Antiocheia ad Orontem, 776.
Hieropolis Cyrrhest., 777.
Seleucis et Pieria, 778.
Apameia Syr., 780.
Balanaea, 780.
Emisa, 780.
Seleuceia Pieria, 783.
Damascus, 784.
Caesareia ad Libanum, 792.
Orthosia, 793.
Tripolis Phoen., 798.
Ascalon, 804.
Seleuceia ad Tigri, 815.
Parthia, 818.
Elyma´s, 822.
Characene, 823.
B.C. 311 (era of Soter).
Egypt, 847.
B.C. 298 (Bithynian Regal era).
Nicomedes II, &c., 520.
B.C. 297 (era of Pontus).
Mithradates VI, &c., 501.
Kings of Bosporus, 504.
B.C. 282-1 (Proconsular era of Bithynia).
Apameia Bith., 510.
Bithynium, 511.
Nicaea, 516.
Nicomedeia, 517.
Prusa, 517.
B.C. 270 (era of ArsinoŰ).
Egypt, Ptolemies, 847, 850.
B.C. 259-8 (era of Aradus).
Epiphaneia, 781.
Paltus, 782.
Aradus, 789.
Carne, 792.
Marathus, 792.
B.C. 134-3 (era of the Province of Asia).
Ephesus, 575.
Cibyra, 669.
Aspendus, 700.
B.C. 126 (era of Tyre).
Tyre, 800.
B.C. 117 or 114 (era of Chalcis sub Libano).
Chalcis, 784.
B.C. 112-111 (era of Sidon).
Sidon, 797.
Tripolis Phoen., 798.
B.C. 109 or 108 (era of Seleuceia Pieria), 783.
B.C. 104 (era (i) of Ascalon), 804.
B.C. 84 (Sullan or Lydo-Phrygian era).
Aezanis, 664.
Cibyra, 669.
Hyrgaleis, 677.
Laodiceia Phr., 678.
B.C. 80 (era of Berytus), 790.
B.C. 71 (era of Termessus), 712.
B.C. 70 (era of Sinope), (Roman conquest), 509.
B.C. 68-7 (local era in Cilicia).
Epiphaneia, 720.
Mallus, 724.
Mopsus, 725.
Zephyrium, 734.
B.C. 67-6 (era of Alexandreia ad Issum), 716.
B.C. 66 (era of Soli-Pompeiopolis), 729.
B.C. 64 (Pompeian era).
Amastris, 506.
Antiocheia ad Orontem, 778.
Abila, 786.
Antiocheia ad Hippum, 786.
Dium, 787.
Gadara, 787.
Pella, 787.
Dora, 792.
Tripolis Phoen., 798.
B.C. 61 or 60 (era of Gaba), 786.
B.C. 61 (era (i) of Gaza), 805.
B.C. 58 (era (ii) of Ascalon), 804.
B.C. 58 (era of Raphia), 806.
B.C. 49-48 (Caesarean era).
Antiocheia ad Orontem, 778.
Laodiceia ad Mare, 782.
Ptolema´s-Ace, 793.
B.C. 47 (Caesarean era).
Aegeae Cil., 716.
Gabala, 781.
B.C. 45 (Colonial era of Sinope), 509.
B.C. 39 (era of Rhosus), 782.
B.C. 38-7 (era (i) of Leucas ad Chrysoroam), 785.
B.C. 36 (era of Cherronesus), 280.
B.C. 32 (era of Amisus), 497.
B.C. 31 (Actian era).
Beroea, 242, 243.
Antiocheia ad Orontem, 779.
Seleuceia Pieria, 783.
Botrys, 791.
Byblus, 791.
Tripolis Phoen., 798.
B.C. 25 (era of the Province of Galatia).
Pessinus, 748.
Tavium, 749.
B.C. 25 (era of Sebaste Samariae), 803.
B.C. 24 (era of Cibyra), 669.
B.C. 19 (era of Anazarbus), 716.
B.C. 6-5 (era of Neoclaudiopolis), 507.
Germanicopolis, 507.
B.C. 3 (era of Sebastopolis-Heracleopolis), 490.
B.C. 3 (era of Caesareia Panias), 786.
B.C. 2 (era of Amasia), 496.
B.C. 2-1 (era of Sebasteia Pont.), 499.
A.D. 20 (era of Augusta Cil.), 718.
A.D. 20 (era of Tiberias), 802.
A.D. 34 (era of Comana Pont.), 498.
A.D. 48 (era (ii) of Leucas ad Chrysoroam), 785.
A.D. 48 and A.D. 60 (eras (i) and (ii) of Agrippa II), Judaea, 809.
A.D. 51 or 52 (era of Irenopolis), 721.
A.D. 64-5 (era of the Province of Pontus Polemoniacus), 496.
Cerasus, 498.
Nicopolis ad Lycum, 498.
Trapezus, 499.
Zela, 499.
A.D. 71 (era of Samosata), 776.
A.D. 71 (era of Nicopolis Jud.), 806.
A.D. 72 (era of Neapolis Sam.), 803.
A.D. 73-4 (era of the Province of Cilicia).
Flaviopolis Cil., 720.
A.D. 92 (era of Chalcis Chalcidices), 778.
A.D. 97 (era of Capitolias), 787.
A.D. 105 or 106 (era of Arabia), 810.
Adraa, 812.
Bostra, 812.
Medaba, 812.
Petra, 812.
Rabbath-Moba, 812.
A.D. 123 or 130 (era at Laodiceia Phr.), 679.
A.D. 128 (era (ii) of Gaza), 805.
A.D. 152-3 (era of Dionysopolis), 671.
A.D. 199-200 (era of Diospolis Lydda, Sam.), 802.
Eleutheropolis Jud., 804.
A.D. 201 (Colonial era of Tyre), 801.
Erichthonios held by Gaia, Oyzicus, 525.
Erinys (Demeter), Thelpusa, 456.
Erion, the horse, Thelpusa, 456.
Eros, Hyria, 52; Paestum, 82; Bruttium, 91; Eryx, 138; Tyndaris, 190; Callatis, 274.
Eros of Praxiteles, Parium, 531.
Erymanthian boar, Psophis, 453.
Erythros, oekist of Erythrae, 578, 579.
Eshmun-Asklepios, Berytus, 791; Carne, 792; Marathus, 793.
Ethrog on coins of Revolt of the Jews, 809, 810.
Etruscan city names, Etruria, 16.
Etruscan religious coin-types, Etruria, 16.
Euboea, earliest coinage, characteristics of, 355.
Euboea, Nymph, 362.
Eubo´c-Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Eubosia, Hierapolis Phr., 676; Isinda, 708.
Eucleides of Megara, head of, disguised as a woman, Megara, 394.
Eunomia (Demeter), Gela, 142.
Euphron, tyrant of Sicyon, 410.
Euposia, Nysa Lyd., 654; Hierapolis Phr., 676.
Europa and Bull, Tyre, 801.
Europa riding on bull, Hadrianopolis Thr., 287; Cnossus, 461; Gortyna, 465, 467; Phaestus, 472; Crete, Province, 479; Cyzicus, 525; Seleuceia Cil., 728; Sidon, 797, 798.
Europa in co´tion with eagle, Gortyna, 466.
Europa on rock, welcoming bull, Phaestus, 473.
Europa in plane-tree, Gortyna, 466, 467.
Eurymedusa, nymph, Sicily, 117; Selinus, 168.
Eurypylos, hero, Pergamum, 536.
Eurystheus and Herakles, Aspendus, 701.
Eurytion, Magnesia Ion, 583.
Euthenia, Adramyteum, 521; Alexandreia, 862, 863.
Eye, human, ‘short-hand’ for prow of galley, Scione, 210; Samos, 603.


F.

Ϝανασσα, epithet of Artemis Pergaea, Perga, 702.
Federal currency, in Sicily, 117; in Thessaly, 291, 311; in Acarnania, 328, 331, 332; in Aetolia, 334; in Phocis, 338; in Boeotia, 343, 351; in Euboea, 362; of the Achaean League, 416; in Arcadia, 444, 450; in Lycia, 688 sqq., 693 sqq.
Fides (Πιστις), Locri Epizephyrii, 104.
Fig-leaf, Idyma, 621; Camirus, 636; Melos, 892.
Ϝιις, doubtful meaning of, Poseidonia, 81.
Fire-altar, Persis, 824.
Fish-god, Phoenician, Aradus, 788.
Fish-shaped coins, Olbia, 272.
Fish singing like thrushes, Psophis, 453.
Flamininus, portrait of, 235.
Flavia Nicomachis of Mytilene, 563.
Foedus Neapolitanum, B.C. 326. Neapolis, 40.
Fortuna-Nemesis, Cremna, 708.
Fountain nymphs, Mesma, 105; Himera, 117; Eurymedusa, Selinus, 168; Πηγη, Philadelpheia, 655; Sunias, Soli-Pompeiopolis, 729.
Fox and grapes, type parlant, Alopeconnesus, 258.
Frog, Euboea (?), 365; Uncert., 480; Seriphos (?), 490.
Fulmen on throne, Diocaesareia, 720; Seleuceia Pieria, 783.


G.

Gaia, Gŕ, Lampsacus, 530; Magnesia Ion., 583; holding Erichthonios, Cyzicus, 525; with four children, Pautalia, 287; with Thalassa, Pergamum, 536.
Galerus, sacrificial cap, Syracuse, 187; Gaulos, 883.
Galley before city-wall, Sidon, 795.
Galley races at Corcyra, 327.
Games and Festivals—
Agonothesia, Thessalonica, 245; Gordus-Julia, 651.
‘Αχελοιο αεθλον, Metapontum, 76.
Aianteia, Salamis, 392.
Aktia, Nicopolis Epiri, 321; Neocaesareia, 497; Hierapolis Phr., 676; Tarsus, 733.
Aktia Commodeia, Tyre, 801.
Aktia Dusaria, Bostra, 812.
Aktia Heraklia, Tyre, 801.
Aktia Pythia, Perinthus, 271.
Alexandreia, Byzantium, 270.
Alexandreia Pythia, Philippopolis, 288.
Amphiaraea, Oropus, 392.
Antoneinia Commodeia, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Antoneinia Sebasta, Byzantium, 270.
Antoniniana, Laodiceia ad Mare, 782.
Antoniniana πρωτα της οικουμενης, Anazarbus, 717.
Arcadica, Arcadia, 444; Heraea, 447.
Asklepeia, Cleonae, 441; Epidaurus, 442; Philadelpheia, 655; Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Asklepeia Sotereia, Ancyra Gal., 748.
Assinaria, Syracuse, 177.
Augusteia, Nicaea, 517; Cadi, 668; Tarsus, 733.
Au(gusteia?) Antonini(ana), Tarsus, 733.
Augusteia Hadriana Olympia, Thyatira, 658.
Augusteia Pythia Hadriana Olympia, Thyatira, 658.
Augusteia Pythia, Thyatira, 658.
Augustia ιεπα, Perga, 702.
Certamina sacra Capitolina oecumenica iselastica Heliopolitana, Heliopolis, 785.
Certamina sacra periodica oecumenica iselastica, Sidon, 798.
Chrysanthina, Sardes, 657.
Χρυσοροα, τα παρα τω, Hierapolis Phr., 676.
Chthonia, Hermione, 442.
Darzaleia, Odessus, 277.
Deia Halia, Philadelpheia, 655.
Δεκιος οικουμενικυς, Anazarbus, 717.
Demetria, Tarsus, 733.
Didymeia, Miletus, 586.
Didymeia Commodeia, Miletus, 586.
Dionysia, Nicaea, 517.
Dorea, Side, 704.
Dusaria, Bostra, 812.
Eiselastikos, Side, 704.
Enmonideia or Emmoniasia, Magnesia Lyd., 653.
Ephesia, Hierapolis and Ephesus, 676.
Epidemia, Perinthus, 271.
Epineikia, Anazarbus, 717; Tarsus, 733.
Galliena, Nicaea, 517.
Gordianea Attalea, Aphrodisias, 610.
Gordianea Pythia, Aphrodisias, 610.
Gordianea Valeriana oecumenica, Aphrodisias, 610.
Gymnasiarchia, Ephesus, 577; Anazarbus, 717; Colybrassus, 719; Syedra, 729.
Hadriana Antoneia enmonideia, Magnesia Lyd., 653.
Hadriana Panathenaea, Synnada, 686.
Hadrianeia, Athens, 390; Tarsus, 733.
‘Αδριανος οικουμενικος, Anazarbus, 717.
‘Αγια ιερα Σεβασμια, Damascus, 784.
Helia, Emisa, 781.
Heraea, Argos, 440.
Herakleia Pythia, Perinthus, 271.
Heraklia Olympia, Tyre, 801.
‘Ιερα Αυγουστια, Perga, 702.
‘Ιερα οικουμενικα Διονυσια, Adana, 716.
Hiera periodica oecumenica iselastica, Sidon, 798.
‘Ιερα Πυθια, Side, 704.
‘Ιερα Πυθια, πρωτα Παμφυλων, Side, 704.
‘Ιερος, Perga, 702; Hieropolis Castabala, 721.
‘Ιερος αγων, Ancyra Gal., 747; Nicaea, 517.
‘Ιερος ‘Ισελαστικος, Anazarbus, 717.
‘Ιερος Μυστικος, Side, 704.
‘Ιερος Μυστικος οικουμενικος, Side, 704.
‘Ιερος οικουμενικος εισοπυθιος, Side, 704.
‘Ιερος οικουμενικος, Attaleia Pam., 701; Anazarbus, 717.
‘Ιερος ‘Ολυμπικος, Anazarbus, 717.
‘Ιερος ‘Ολυμπιος, or ‘Ολυμπια, οικουμενικος, Attaleia Pam., 701.
‘Ιερας Πυθιος Μυστικος οικουμενικος, Side, 704.
‘Ιθωμαια, Messene, 431, 432.
‘Ισοπυθια, Ancyra Gal., 748.
‘Ισθμια, Corinth, 404, 405.
Kapetolia, Aphrodisias, 610.
Kapetolia Pythia, Aphrodisias, 610.
Kendreiseia Pythia, Philippopolis, 288.
Κοδριγαις οροις Κιλικων, εν, Tarsus, 733.
Κοινα, or Κοινον, ‘Ασιας, Ephesus, 577; Sardes, 657; Hierapolis and Smyrna, 670; Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Κοινον Κιλικιας, Tarsus, 733.
Κοινον Θρακων, Philippopolis, 288.
Κοινον Θεσσαλων, Thessaly, 312.
Κοινον Ποντου, Neocaesareia, 496, 497.
Κοινον Βειθυνλας, Nicomedeia (?), 510.
Κοινον of thirteen Ionian cities, Ionia, 566; Colophon, 571.
Κοινον Φρυγλας, Apameia, 666.
Κοινον Λυκαονιας, Lycaonia, 713.
Κοινον Λαλασσεων και Κεννατων, Olba, 727.
Κοινος των τριων επαρχιον, Tarsus, 733.
Κομοδεια, Nicaea, 517.
Κομοδειος, Tarsus, 733.
Koraea, Tarsus, 733.
Koraea Aktia, Sardes, 657.
Kyparissia (?), Lacedaemon, 435.
Lampadephoria, Amphipolis, 215.
Letoeia, Tripolis, 661.
Letoeia Pythia, Tripolis, 661.
Lykaea, Megalopolis, 451.
Megala, Nicaea, 577.
Naumachia, Gadara, 587.
Nemeia, Argos, 440; Cieonae, 440.
Nemeia Heraea, Argos, 440.
Nikephoria, Pergamum, 536.
Oecumenicus, Aphrodisias, 610; Tarsus, 733.
Olympia, Philip II, 224; Macedonia, Province, 241; Athens, 390; Cyzicus, 528; Hierapolis Phr., 676; Anazarbus, 717; Tarsus, 733; Damascus, 784.
Olympia Alexandria, Beroea, 241-243.
Olympia Augusteia Pythia, Tralles, 661.
Olympia oecumenica, Ephesus, 577.
Olympia Pythia, Prusa, 518; Miletus, 596; Tabae, 627.
Panathenaea, Athens, 369, 390; Synnada, 686.
Pan-Boeotian, 344, 345.
Panhellenia, Athens, 390.
Panionia, Ionia, 566.
Panionia Pythia, Ionia, 566; Miletus, 586.
Periodos dekate or Δεκητηρις Κυριου, Alexandreia, 861.
Philadelpheia, Perinthus, 271; Nicaea, 517; Sardes, 657; Eumeneia, 674 Caesareia Cap., 753.
Philadelpheia Pythia, Perinthus, 271.
Πρωτα ‘Ασλας, Smyrna, 594.
Πρωtα κοινα ‘Ασλας, Smyrna, 594.
Πρωτα ‘Ολυμπια, Pergamum, 537.
Pythia, Thessalonica, 242, 246; Delphi, 342; Pan-Boeotian, 344; Nicaea, 517; Thyatira, 658; Cibyra, 670; Hierapolis Phr., 676; Termessus, 712; Ancyra Gal., 748; Emisa, 781; Laodiceia ad Mare, 782.
Pythia Asylia hieros, or hieron, Perga, 702.
Pythia Epineikia, Thessalonica, 246.
Pythia, ις αιονα, τα, Side, 704.
Pythia Kabireia, Thessalonica, 246.
Pythia Kesareia, Thessalonica, 246.
Pythia Olympia, Tralles, 661.
Sacra Certamina, Donatio, Cremna, 708.
Sebasmia, Anazarbus, 717; Damascus, 784.
Sebasta Homobomia, Cadi, 668.
Sebasteia Kaisarea, Metropolis Ion., 584.
Severeia, Nicaea, 517; Tarsus, 733.
Severeia πρωτα, Perinthus, 271.
Silaria (?), Posidonia, 81.
Σνιβλε, Falseus, 212.
Συνθυσια οικουμενης, Anazarbus, 717.
Takitios Metropolitios Kaisaria, Perga, 702.
Taureia or Taurokathapsia, Thessaly, 290; Crannon, 293.
Themis, Aspendus, 701; Perga, 702.
Theogamia, Tarsus, 733.
Theogamia oecumenica, Nysa, 654.
Tyrimneia, or Μεγαλοι Σεβαστοι Τυριμνηοι αγωνες, Thyatira, 658.
Valeriana, Nicaea, 517.
Gangra, fortress, Germanicopolis, 506.
Ganymedes, Dardanus, 544; Ilium, 547; Sebaste Phr., 684.
Gaulish imitations of Greek and Roman coins, 68.
Gaulish warrior, Ariminum, 21.
Gazelle, Cyrena´ca, 866, 870.
Gŕ, v. Gaia.
Gelas, v. Rivers.
Genet, Cyrena´ca, 867.
Gerizim, Mount, Neapolis Sam., 803.
Gerousia, Tiberiopolis, 688.
Glaukos, sea-god, Heracleia Luc., 73; Itanus, 469.
Glykon, serpent, Abonuteichus, 505.
Goat, v. Types parlants.
Goat-rider, Himera, 145.
Gold, chiefly coined for war expenses, Tarentum, 60; Athens, 373, 375, 385. V. also Weight-Standards, &c.
Gold mines at Philippi, 217, 222, 224.
Gold, relation of, to silver in Sicily, Syracuse, 176, 182.
Gorgon, winged, Etruria, 14.
Gortynian decree, demonetizing silver, 467.
Gortynian Plane-tree, Gortyna, 466.
Gortys, oekist of Gortyna, 467, 468; Crete, Province, 479.
Griffin, παρασημον of Abdera and of Teos, 253; Lycia, 690.
Griffin holding wheel, symbol of the cult of Nemesis, Smyrna, 594.


H.

Hadad, horned, between two bulls, Rhosus, 782; Dium, 787.
Hades, Etruria, 16; Nicopolis Thr., 287; Apollonia Illyr., 314; with Kerberos, Amasia, 496; Apollonos-hieron, 648.
Hades-Sarapis, Gordus-Julia, 651; Hieropolis Phr., 676.
Hadranos (?), Syracuse, 180.
Haemos, Mount, Nicopolis ad Istrum, 275.
Hare, Etruria, 13; Croton, 99; meaning of, on coins of Rhegium, 109; of Messana, 153.
Harmodios and Aristogeiton, Cyzicus, 525.
Harmonia, wife of Kadmos, Thebes, 350.
Harpokrates, Augusta Trajana, 288; Aspendus, 701; Attaleia Pam., 701; Perga, 703; Apollonia Pis., 706; Cremna, 708; Seleuceia Pis., 710; Pessinus, 748; Byblus, 791; Ptolema´s Ace, 794; Tyre, 801, Alexandreia, 862.
Hathor-Isis, Alexandreia, 862.
Hawk of Horus, Alexandreia, 862.
Hegemonia, bust of, Perperene, 537.
Hekate, Phalanna, 305; Pherae, 307, 308; Aegina, 398; Argos, 440; Lampsacus, 530; Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608; Euippe, 617; Stratoniceia, 624, 625; Maeonia, 652; Mastaura, 653; Tralles, 661; Aezanis, 664; Apameia, 667; Bruzus, 668; Cibyra, 670; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Lysias, 680; Aspendus, 701; Perga, 703; Apollonia Pis., 706; Casae, 718; Hieropolis Castabala, 721; Lyrbe, 723; Ancyra Gal., 748.
Hekate Soteira, Apameia Phr., 667.
Hektor, Ilium, 547; Ophrynium, 548.
Helen, cult of, at Tyndaris, 189.
Helen and Dioskuri, Sibidunda, 684; Acalissus, 694; Ariassus, 706; Codrula, 707; Termessus, 712.
Heliopolitan Triad, Jupiter, Venus, and Mercury, Heliopolis, 785.
Helios Lairbenos, Hierapolis Phr., 676.
Helios Sarapis, Magnesia Ion., 583; Alexandreia, 862.
Helios Sebastos, Tralles, 661.
Helioseiros, Chalcis Chalcidices, 778.
Helle on ram, Halus, 296; Lampsacus, 530.
Hephaestos (usually forging arms of Achilles), Lipara, 191; Lemnos, 263; Corinth, 405; Methana, 442; Magnesia Ion., 583; Samos, 606; Mylasa, 622; Thyatira, 658; Aezanis, 664; Temenothyrae, 687; Olympus, 696; Aspendus, 701; Attaleia Pam., 701; Perga, 703; Seleuceia Pis., 710; Selge, 712; Colybrassus, 719.
Hephaestos running with torch, Mothone, 433.
Hera Argeia, Argos, 438, 439; Alexandreia, 862.
Hera Argoia or Lakinia, Fenseris, 37; Hyria, 38; Poseidonia, 81; Thurium, 86; Croton, 97, 100; Pandosia, 106.
Hera, celestial, Chalcis, 359, 360.
Hera Lanoia (= Lanuvina), Nicomedeia, 517.
Hera, Samian, Perinthus, 271; Samos, 606.
Hera, statue of, by Praxiteles, at Plataea, 347.
Hera, primitive temple of, on Mount Oche, Carystus, 357.
Hera with Hebe and peacock, Argos, 440.
Heracleia Pontica, stadium of, Heracleia Pont., 516.
Heraeos, oekist of Heraea, 447, 448.
Herakleitos the philosopher, Ephesus, 577.
Herakles, infant, strangling serpents, Croton, 97; Byzantium, 267; Thebes, 349, 350; Cyzicus, 525; Lampsacus, 530; Ephesus, 573; Samos, 604; Cnidus, 616; Iasus, 621; Rhodes, 638; Ceretapa, 669.
Herakles, oekist of Croton, 97; of Perinthus, 271; of Callatis, 274; of Cius, 512; of Heracleia Pontica, 516; of Nicaea, 516; of Nacoleia, 681.
Herakles, labours of, Perinthus, 271; Callatis, 274; Anchialus, 277; Hadrianopolis Thr., 287; Sebastopolis-Heracleopolis, 499; Sauromates n, 505; Heracleia Pontica, 516; Nicaea, 517; Tarsus, 783; Alexandreia, 862.
Herakles carrying off Delphic tripod, Thebes, 849; captured by Eros, Temenothyrae, 687; contending with River-god, Phaselis, 696; Temenothyrae, 687; in garden of Hesperides, Cyrene, 866.
Herakles and Antaeos, Patara, 696.
Herakles and Geryon, Blaundus, 649; Sa´tta, 655.
Herakles and Hydra, Phaestus, 473; Germanicopolis, 506; Sagalassus, 710; Seleuceia Pis., 710.
Herakles and Iolaos, Ionia, 566.
Herakles and Iphikles, Cyzicus, 525.
Herakles and Kerberos, Germe Lyd., 650.
Herakles and Keryneian Stag, Alinda, 608.
Herakles and Omphale, Lampsacus, 531; Maeonia, 652; Sardes, 657.
Herakles—
Epineikios, Ephesus, 577.
Hoplophylax, Smyrna, 594.
Ipoktonos, Erythrae, 579.
Kornopion, Oetaei, 303.
Lykon, Croton, 99, 100.
Prophylax, Smyrna, 594.
Soter, Thasos, 266; Thrace, 266, 286.
Herakles, Tyrian, car of, Philadelpheia Decap., 787.
Herakles (?), double-headed and four-armed, with bow and sword, Baris, 707.
Hermanubis, Alexandreia, 862.
Hermes, infant, in cradle, Hadriani ad Olympum, 528.
Hermes, tying on his sandal, Sybrita, 477.
Hermes, carrying infant Arkas, Pheneus, 452.
Hermes, carrying infant Dionysos, Corinth, 405; Lacedaemon, 436; Teos, 596; Peltae, 682; Sagalassus, 710.
Hermes, oekist of Amasia, 496.
Hermes—
Agoraeos, Lacedaemon, 436; Aphrodisias, 610.
Imbramos, Imbros, 261.
Kriophoros, Tanagra, 348; Aegina, 398.
Pelasgic, Imbros, 261; Samothrace, 263.
Promachos, Tanagra, 348.
Hermes, statue of, at Tyndaris, mentioned by Cicero, 190.
Hermes, cultus-statue of, standing on throne, Aenus, 247, 248.
Hermes of Praxiteles, Anchialus, 277.
Hermias, swimming with dolphin, Iasus, 621.
Hero and Leander, Sestus, 261; Abydus, 540.
Herodotos, Halicarnassus, 619.
Herophile, the Sibyl, Gergis, 545.
Hesperides, tree in garden of, Amorium, 665; CotiaŰum, 671; Temenothyrae, 687; Cyrene, 866.
Hestia, Maeonia, 652.
Himera, nymph, Himera, 117, 144-146.
Himyarite tetradrachm with Alexander’s types, 813.
Hipparchos the astronomer, Nicaea, 517.
Hippias’s demonetization and reissue of Athenian coins, B.C. 514, Athens, 369, 370.
Hippias in exile, coins struck by, Athens, 369, 377.
Hippokrates the physician, Cos, 634.
Hippolytos, as hunter, Troezen, 444.
Hippolytos and Phaedra, Troezen, 444.
Hippopotamus, Alexandreia, 863.
Histiaea, nymph, Histiaea, 364.
Homer, Ios, 486; Amastris, 506; Nicaea, 517; Cyme, 554; Temnus, 557; Colophon, 570, 571; Smyrna, 593, 594; Chios, 601.
Homereia, coins of Smyrna, 594.
Homonoia between the κοινον of Macedon, and Thessalonica, 241; and Edessa, 244.
Homonoia personified, Metapontum, 77; Panormus, 163; Phigaleia, 453; Nicaea, 517; Attaea Mys., 522; Phocaea, 590; Tabae, 626; Blaundus, 649; Magnesia Lyd., 653; Stratoniceia, 658; Apameia Phr., 666; Alexandreia, 862.
Horns, signification of, on coins of Seleucus I, 756.
Horse, with loose rein, symbol of freedom, Syracuse, 179.
Horse, emblem of Poseidon, Thessaly, 290, 293; Cyme Eub., 360.
Horse, human-footed, Caesar (as Mŕn?) riding, Nicaea, 517.
Horse and wheel, agonistic types at Tanagra, 348.
Horseman galloping over River-god towards rock on which stand two women, Acmoneia, 664.
Hunting scene, Apollonia Salbace, 610.
Hyblaea, goddess, Hybla Magna, 148.
Hybreas the orator, Mylasa, 622.
Hydria on wheels, παρασημον of Crannon, 293.
Hygieia, head of, Metapontum, 77; round temple of, Epidaurus, 442. V. also Asklepios.
Hylas, holding bucket, Cius, 514.
Hypereia, fountain, Pherae, 306, 307.
Hypsas sacrificing, Selinus, 168. V. River-gods.


I, J.

Jahveh, seated on winged car, Gaza, 805.
Jason, head of, Larissa, 298.
Jason, sandal of, Larissa, 297, 298.
Iasos, oekist of Iasus, 621.
Iberian inscriptions, Emporiae, 2.
Ibis, Alexandreia, 863.
Ida, Mount, Judgment of Paris on, Scepsis, 549; Alexandreia, 862.
Ida, mountain-nymph, Scamandria, 548.
Ilos, sacrificing to Athena Ilias, Ilium, 547.
Incuse types on archaic coins in Magna Graecia, Tarentum, 53; Ami(naea ?), 70; LaŘs, 74; Metapontnm, 75; Poseidonia, 80; Pal....Mol...., 83; Siris and Pyxus, 88; Sybaris, 84; Caulonia, 92; Croton, 95; Rhegium, 107; Zancle, 152.
Indian coins with name of Alexander, 225.
Ingot with handle, Damastium, 318.
Ino, Corinth, 404; Cibyra, 670.
Io, Eio, myth of, Byzantium, 267, 268; Gaza, 805.
Io as bride of Zeus (Ειους γαμοι), Tralles, 661.
Io and Tyche joining hands, Gaza, 805.
Iodama, priestess of Athena Itonia, Coroneia, 345.
Iokastos, oekist of Rhegium, 109.
Iolaos, cult of, at Agyrium, 124, 125.
Ionian sea symbolized as dolphin over waves, Issa, 318.
Ionians in India, ‘Yonas,’ mentioned in edicts of Asoka, 836, 845.
Ionic alphabet at Velia, Thurium, 85.
Ionios, hero, Issa, 318.
Iotape seated, Elaeusa Sebaste, 734.
Iron money, Byzantium, 267; Heraea, 438, 448; Tegea, 438, 454.
Isis, Catana, 134, 135; Leontini, 150; Syracuse, 187; Anchialus, 277; Serdica, 288; Pagae, 394; Boeae, 433; Argos, 440; Syros, 492; Tium, 518; Aegae Aeol., 552; Lebedus, 581; Magnesia Ion., 583; Alinda, 608; Apollonia Salbace, 610; Heracleia Salb., 620; Bageis, 648; Gordus-Julia, 651; Sa´tta, 655; Tripolis, 661; Amorium, 665; Bria, 668; Colossae, 670; Hierapolis Phr., 676; Hieropolis Phr., 676; Hyrgaleis, 677; Prymnessus, 683; Synnada, 686; Themisonium, 687; Apollonia Pis., 706; Isinda, 708; Aegeae, 716; Flaviopolis Cil., 720; Ptolema´s Ace, 794; Ptolemy IV, 853, 854; Ptolemy V, 855; Alexandreia, 862; Melita, 883; Juba II, 888.
Isis and infant Horos, Cyme Aeol., 554; Alexandreia, 862.
Isis, head-dress of, Syracuse, 187; Perinthus, 271; Patrae, 415; Myndus, 623; Antiochus VII, 767.
Isis, altar of, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Isis Astarte, Byblus, 791.
Isis Pharia or Pelagia, Corinth, 405; Cleonae, 441; Amastris, 506; Phocaea, 590; Iasus, 621; Aspendus, 701; Byblus, 791; Alexandreia, 862.
Isis Sothis, Alexandreia, 863.
Isis Tyche, Parla´s, 714.
Isthmos, Corinth, 404.
Italic Standards, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Julia gens, temple of, Corinth, 405.
Julia Procula, wife of Deinomachos of Mytilene, 563.
Jupiter Capitolinus, Aelia Capitolina, 803.
Jupiter Heliopolitanus, Heliopolis, 785; Neapolis Sam., 803; Eleutheropolis, 804; Nicopolis Jud., 806.


K.

Κ, Badge of Cleonae, 440.
Kabeiri, Ebusus, 3; Thessalonica, 246; Imbros, 261; Lemnos, 263; Samothrace, 263; Thasos, 265; Eretria, 364; Syros, 492; Phanagoria, 494; Cyzicus, 525, 526; Lampsacus, 530; Eumenes II, 533; Pergamum, 536; Birytis, 542; Cebren, 542; Lycia, 692; Tucca, 887; Melos, 892.
Kabeiri, the eight Phoenician, Berytus, 791.
Kadmos, Samos, 606; Sidon, 798.
Kadmos founding Thebes, Aegeae, 716; Tyre, 801.
Kadmos giving alphabet to Greeks, Tyre, 801.
Kadmos and Harmonia, Tyre, 801.
Kalchas (?), Calchedon, 511.
KallirrhoŰ, nymph, Stratus, 331, 332; Acarnania, 333.
Kallisto, Mantineia, 449; Methydrium, 451; Orchomenus, 451.
Kalydonian boar, Aetolia, 334, 335; jaw-bone of, Amphissa, 337.
Kamarina, lake nymph, Camarina, 117, 129.
Kapaneus attacking Thebes, Anchialus, 277; Bizya, 287.
Karanos, oekist of Aegae Mac., 198; Edessa, 244.
Kaulos, oekist of Caulonia, 92, 93.
Καυλος, the plant, παρασημον of Caulonia, 93.
Kekrops, Cyzicus, 525.
Kelaenos, hero, oekist of Apameia Phr., 667.
Kendrisos, a Thracian god, Philippopolis, 288.
Kephalos, Cranii, 427; Pale, 427, 428; Proni, 428; Same, 428.
Kepheus, Tegea, 455.
Kerberos, Etruria, 15; Capua, 35; Elea, 321; Cyzicus, 525.
Keroessa (?), mother of Byzas, Byzantium, 269.
Keryneian stag, Psophis, 453.
Κιβωτος, surname of Apameia Phr., 666.
Kios adjusting his sandal, Cius, 514.
Kleitor, oekist of Cleitor, 446.
Kleobis and Biton, group of, Argos, 440.
Kleruchs, Athenian, in Imbros, 261; in Delos, 387-389.
Knopos, hero, Erythrae, 579.
Koinoboulion seated, voting, Anazarbus, 717; standing, sacrificing, Tarsus, 733.
Κοιναν Μακεδονων, privileges conferred upon, 241.
Κοινον of Lacedaemon, 435; of Crete, 479; of Cyprus, 746; of Cyrena´ca, 872. V. also supra under Games, and Index III.
Κοινον, Phoenician, temple of, Tyre, 801.
Kolpoi, valleys, as nymphs, Magnesia Ion., 583.
Κομμα, v. Χαρακτηρ.
Kore, Cultus-statues of, Daldis, 650; Gordus-Julia, 651; Maeonia, 652; Silandus, 657; Aureliopolis, 659. V. also Persephone.
Kore Soteira, Cyzicus, 526, 527.
Koresos, hero, Ephesus, 577.
Koronis, mother of Asklepios, Pergamum, 536.
Koros (Plenty), Nysa, 654.
Korybantes, Kuretes, Crete, Province, 479; Magnesia Ion., 583; Seleuceia Pieria, 783.
Koson, gold staters of, Olbia, 272, 289.
Kratesis, Alexandreia, 863.
Krimissos, River-god, as hunter with dogs, Segesta, 166; in dog form, Segesta, 164, 165.
Krithe´s, mother of Homer, Cyme Aeol., 554.
Kronos, Himera, 145; Corinth, 405; Flaviopolis Cil., 720; Irenopolis, 721; Mallus, 723; Tarsus, 733; Byblus, 791; Alexandreia, 862.
Kyane (?), fountain nymph, Syracuse, 117, 179.
Kybele, Serdica, 288; Augusta Trajana, 288; Pagae, 394; Corinth, 405; Hermione, 442; Juliopolis, 516; Cyzicus, 526; Hadrianeia, 528; Lampsacus, 531; Gargara, 545; Temnus, 557; Clazomenae, 569; Metropolis Ion., 583, 584; Phocaea, 590; Smyrna, 592, 594; Attuda, 611; Trapezopolis, 628; Acrasus, 647; Apollonis, 648; Ca striani, 649; Hypaepa, 652; Magnesia Lyd., 652, 653; Nacrasa, 654; Philadelpheia, 655; Sa´tta, 655; Sala, 656; Tabala, 658; Tomaris, 659; Acmoneia, 663; Aezanis, 664; Amorium, 665; Appia, 667; Cadi, 668; Ceretapa, 669; Cidyessus, 670; CotiaŰum, 671; Dionysopolis, 671; Docimeium, 672; DorylaŰum, 672; Eucarpeia, 673; Hieropolis Phr., 676; Hyrgaleis, 677; Julia Ipsus, 678; Laodiceia Phr., 680; Lysias, 680; MidaŰum, 681; Ococleia, 681; Otrus, 682; Peltae, 682; Prymnessus, 683; Sebaste Phr., 684; Synnada, 686; Trajanopolis, 688; Antiocheia Pis., 706; Colbasa, 707; Cremna, 708; Lysinia, 709; Panemoteichos, 709; Timbriada, 712; Laodiceia Combusta, 714; Alexandreia ad Issum, 716; Tarsus, 733; Alexandreia, 862.
Kybele (Agdistis), Pessinus, 748.
Kybele (Θεα ιλεα), Pessinus, 748.
Kybele (Μητηρ Θεων), Briula, 649.
Kybele Plakiana, Placia, 537.
Kybele Sipylene, Smyrna, 594.
Kybele, two figures of, Hyllarima, 620.
Kydon, infant, suckled by bitch, Cydonia, 463, 464.
Kydon, as archer, stringing bow, Cydonia, 463.
Kyme the Amazon, Cyme Aeol., 552-554.
Kynadra, holy well at Argos, 439.
Kynossema, Madytus, 260.
Kyrene, nymph, Cyrena´ca, 865, 866.
Kyzikos, oekist of Cyzicus, 527.

L.

Labrys, v. Bipennis.
Labyrinth of Minotaur, Cnossus, 460-463.
Laelaps, the hound, Same, 428.
La´s, tomb of, Corinth, 405.
Lakedaemon, hero, Synnada, 686; Sagalassus, 710.
Lakydon, Massalia, 6, 7.
Lamia, nymph, Lamia, 296, 297.
Lampsacene gold staters mentioned in inscriptions, Lampsacus, 529.
Laodice, Queen, deification of, Laodiceia Phr., 678.
Laodiceia seated between ‘Phrygia’ and ‘Caria’, Laodiceia Phr., 680.
Larissa, fountain nymph, Larissa, 297-299.
Leander and Hero, Sestus, 261; Abydus, 540.
Lechaeum and Cenchreae, ports of Corinth, Corinth, 404, 405.
Lesbonax the philosopher, Mytilene, 563.
Lesbonax the younger, Mytilene, 563.
Leto with her children, Megara, 394; Ephesus, 577; Magnesia Ion., 583; Miletus, 586; Attuda, 611; Mastaura, 653; Tabala, 658; Tripolis Lyd., 661; Colossae, 670.
Leto and Chloris, Argos, 440.
Leukaspis (?), Amestratus, 127.
Leukaspis, Syracuse, 175, 178.
Leukippos, oekist of Metapontum, 75, 78, 80.
Leukippos of Mytilene, Mytilene, 563.
Lex Papiria, Rome, 20; Copia, 88; Bruttium, 91; Vibo Valentia, 101.
Libra, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Libya, head of, Ptolemy VIII, 857; Cyrena´ca, 869 sqq.
Lighthouse and ships, Aegeae Cil., 716. Cf. Pharos.
Liknophoros, Cyzicus, 527; Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608.
Lion, emblem of Apollo and type parlant, Leontini, 149.
Lion, signification of, on the Demareteia, Syracuse, 173.
Lion, Alexander (?) rescued from, Docimeium, 672.
Lion seizing bull over fortified city walls, Issus, 722; Mallus, 724; Soli, 732; Tarsus, 732.
Lion and serpent combined, Etruria, 14.
Lions in Macedon, 204.
Lion-gate of Mycenae, coin-type resembling, Ionia, 565.
Litra, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Local magistrates, portraits of, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Locrian coin-types copied from those of Syracuse, 336.
Lotus, Idalium, 739.
Lulab, Revolt of the Jews, 809, 810.
Lycian League, earlier, 688; later, 694.
Lydians, the first to strike gold and silver coins, 643.
Lygdamis, Naxos, 488.
Lykabas (?) Sozon, Themisonium, 687.
Lykastia, Amazon, Amisus, 497.
Lykon, v. Herakles.
Lykurgos, head of, Lacedaemon, 435, 436.


M.

Μ, badge of Mantineia, 449.
Machaon, Tricca, 310, 311.
Maeander, bridge over, Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608.
Magnes, hero, Magnesia Lyd., 653.
Malach-belos (?), Palmyra, 778.
Malaria at Selinus, 167.
Marathos, oekist (?), Marathus, 792, 793.
Mares of Odysseus, Pheneus, 452.
Marks of value, Etruria, 12; Allifae, 30; Rome, 35; Metapontum, 80; Agrigentum, 120; Eryx, 139; Syracuse, 184. V. also Weight-Standards, &c.
Marna (= Cretan Zeus), Gaza, 805.
Maron, oekist, Maroneia, 248, 250.
Marsyas, Apameia Bith., 510; Alexandreia Troas, 541; Apameia Phr., 666; Cremns, 708; Sidon, 798; Tyre, 801.
Marsyas with wine-skin, common Colonial type, Coela, 259.
Marsyas and Apollo, Germe Lyd., 650.
Marsyas and Athena, Apameia Phr., 666.
Marsyas, double flute of, Apameia Phr., 666.
Masnes or Masanes, hero, Sardes, 657.
Mazaeus, tetradrachm of Athenian types issued by, 377.
Meino (= Minos), Gaza, 805.
Melampus and Melampodeion, Aegosthena, 392.
Melikertes or Palaemon, Corinth, 404.
Melkarth, Gades, 3; Cephaloedium, 136; Aradus, 788, 789; Tyre, 799-801; Micipsa, 884; Hippo Regius, 886.
Μηλον, type parlant of Melos, 486, 892.
Mŕn, Pharnaceia, 498; Juliopolis, 516; Magnesia Ion., 583; Priene, 591; Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608; Cidramus, 614; Tabae, 627; Trapezopolis, 628; Gordus-Julia, 651; Maeonia, 652; Silandus, 657; AccilaŰum, 663; Alia, 664; Cidyessus, 670; Colossae, 670; Eriza, 673; Grimenothyrae, 674; Hadrianopolis Phr., 675; Hierapolis Phr., 676; Hieropolis Phr., 676; Hydrela, 677; Hyrgaleis, 677; Julia Ipsus, 678; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Metropolis Phr., 681; Palaeobeudos, 682; Philomelium, 682; Prymnessus, 683; Sebaste Phr., 684; Sibidunda, 684; Siblia, 684; Synnada, 686; Temenothyrae, 687; Attaleia Pam., 701; Sillyum, 705; Apollonia Pis., 706; Baris, 707; Colbasa, 707; Conana, 707; Lysinia, 709; Olbasa, 709; Palaeopolis Pis., 709; Pappa Tiberia, 709; Prostanna, 710; Sagalassus, 710; Seleuceia Pis., 710; Timbriada, 712; Parla´s, 714; Galatia, κοινον, 747; Ancyra Gal., 747; Laodiceiaad Libanum, 785; Gaba, 786; Esbus, 812.
Mŕn—
Akraeos or Askaenos, Philomelium, 683.
Askenos, Sardes, 657; Antiocheia Pis., 706.
Aziottenos, Sa´tta, 655.
Kamareites, Nysa, 654.
Karou, Attuda, 611.
Pharnakou, Cabeira, 497.
Menas, superintendent of the mint at Sestus, 260.
Menestheus, oekist, Elaea, 555.
Messana, alliance of, with Locri, 154.
Messana, city goddess as charioteer, Messana, 154.
Messene, daughter of Triopas, Messene, 432.
Meter Adrastos (= Kybele), Attuda, 611.
Mida, goddess, Cremna, 708.
Midas, king, Cadi, 668; MidaŰum, 681; Prymnessus, 683.
Miletos, oekist, Miletopolis, 531.
Miltiades, monument of, Athens, 390.
Minos, Cnossus, 461, 463.
Minotaur, Cnossus, 460.
Mithradates, name of, on Athenian coins, Athens, 385.
Mithras, Istrus, 275; Panticapaeum, 281; Trapezus, 499; Amastris, 505; Cius, 513.
Mithras, slaying bull, Tarsus, 733.
Moneta, Alexandreia, 863.
Moneyers at work striking coins, Paestum, 82.
Months, Macedonian, names of, on coins, Seleuceia ad Tigrim, 815; Parthia, 818.
Moon waning, not crescent, on coins of Athens, 370.
Mopsos, the Lapith, Mopsium, 302.
Mopsos and Torrebos, Hierapolis Phr., 675.
Mopsos, oekist, Mallus, 723; Mopsus, 724.
Mopsos, altar of (Μοφου εστια), type parlant, Mopsuestia, 725.
Morning star, badge of the Eastern Locrians, 336.
Mothone, port of, with galley, Mothone, 433.
Mule-car, agonistic type, Rhegium, 108; Messana, 153.
Mygdon (?), hero, Stectorium, 685.
Myra, goddess, Lycia, 694.
Myrina, Amazon, Myrina, 556.
Myrrha, or Artemis Eleuthera, agalma of, in tree attacked by men with axes, &c., Myra, 696.
Mytilene and Phocaea, agreement between, as to issues of electrum coins, 558.
Mytilene, nymph, Mytilene, 561.


N.

Narbis, city-goddess, Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608.
Nausikaa (not the Homeric), Mytilene, 563.
Negro, head of, Etruria, 16; Delphi, 340; Lycia, 690.
Nemeses, Two, Temnus, 557; Smyrna, 594; Cadi, 668; SynaŘs, 685; Ptolema´s Ace, 794.
Nemesis, Istrus, 275; Augusta Trajana, 288; Asopus, 433; Argos, 440; Germanicopolis, 506; Pompeiopolis, 507; Sinope, 509; Juliopolis, 516; Tium, 518; Colophon, 571; Smyrna, 594; Samos, 606; Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608; Aphrodisias, 610; Attuda, 611; Tabae, 627; Trapezopolis, 628; Thyatira, 658; Tripolis Lyd., 661; Amorium, 665; Cibyra, 670; DorylaŰum, 672; Hadrianopolis Phr., 675; Hierapolis Phr., 676; Synnada, 686; Gagae, 695; Rhodiapolis, 697; Aspendus, 701; Attaleia Pam., 701; Amblada, 705; Baris, 707; Isinda, 708; Pednelissus, 709; Prostanna, 709; Termessus, 712; Tarsus, 733; Nicopolis Seleucidis, 782; Tripolis Phoen., 798.
Nemesis-Aphrodite of Rhamnus, Paphos, 741.
Nemesis Ultrix, Cremna, 708.
Neocories of Ephesus, Imperial and local, Ephesus, 577.
Νεοι, Gymnastic College of, Heracleia Salbace, 620.
Nereid on dolphin, Cyzicus, 525; Lampsacus, 530.
Nickel coins, Bactria, 887.
Nike, with her name, Metapontum, 79; Bruttium, 92; Hipponium, 101.
Nike Apteros, Terina, 113.
Nike-Terina, Terina, 113.
Niketeria, agonistic prize gold medallions, Macedonia, 242.
Noah, ark of, Apameia Phr., 666.
Nomes of Egypt, coins of, Domitian to Antoninus Pius, Alexandreia, 864.
Numerals, Roman, on Syracusan coins, 184, 185.
Numidia, head of, in elephant-skin, Juba I, 885.
Nymph receiving serpent to her bosom, Segesta, 166, 169.
Nymphaeum, Fire of the, Apollonia Illyr., 314.
Nysa, with infant Dionysos, Nysa Scythopolis, 803.


O.

Oath-taking on pig, Atella, 81; Capua, 84, 35.
Obelisk of Apollo ‘Αγυιευς, Apollonia Illyr., 314; Oricus, 316; Ambracia, 320.
Οβελισκοι, iron, primitive money, Argos, 438.
Obscene types, Lete, 197, 198.
Octopus, τευθις, the badge of Eretria, 362.
Odysseus, Ithaca, 428; Mantineia, 449, 450; Cyzicus, 525.
Okeanos, Ephesus, 577; Tyre, 801; Alexandreia, 862.
Olive, ελαια, type parlant of Elaea, 554.
Olive-branch, signification of, in exergue of Syracusan coins, 174.
Olympia, goddess, Elis, 422, 423, 426.
Olympic Festival, coins struck for the, Elis, 420 sqq.; Pisa, 424, 426; by the Arcadians, 445.
Olympos, mountain-god, Caesareia Germanica, 511; Prusa Bith., 517.
Olympus, Mount, nymph of, Prusa Bith., 517.
Omphale, Aureliopolis, 659.
Omphalos, Mamertini, 156; Tauromenium, 188; Delphi, 340-342; with two eagles, Cyzicus, 525.
Omphalos of Phlius, Phlius, 409.
Onymarchus, strategos of the Phocians, 389.
Opheltes and Hypsipyle, Argos, 440.
Opous (?), Locri Opuntii, 337.
Orestes at Delphic omphalos, Cyzicus, 525.
Orpheus, Trajanopolis, 288; Lampsacus, 530; Lesbos, 558; Alexandreia, 862.
Orpheus and Eurydike, Hadrianopolis Thr., 287.
Osiris, mummy of, between Isis and Nephthys, Melita, 883.
Ostrich, Cyzicus, 527.
Ostrich hunt, Byzantium, 270.
Otreus, king and oekist, Otrus, 682.
Owl, emblem of Athena, Syracuse, 181.
‘Owls,’ Athenian, first issued for the Panathena´c Festival of B.C. 566, Athens, 369.
Ox scratching itself, Carystus, 356.
Ox-headed human figure, Colchis, 495.


P.

Παιαεα, Gortyna, 466. V. also Χαρακτηρ.
Palaemon or Melikertes, Corinth, 404.
Palladium, Argos, 440.
Palm tree and swan, sacred to Apollo, Delos, 485.
Pan, cult of, in Arcadia, 444; Megalopolis, 450; caressing hare, Messana, 154; as hunter seated with dog, Mesma (?), 105; Pandosia, 106; carrying infant Dionysos (?), Zacynthus, 431; plucking reed (nymph Syrinx), Thelpusa, 456.
Pan, goat-legged, seated, Aegiale, 481; playing syrinx before chest or altar, Incert. Siciliae, 190.
Pan, grotto of, Caesareia Panias, 786.
Panathena´c Festivals, coin-types referring to, Athens, 369, 370, 378.
Pandina, Hipponium, 100; Terina, 114.
Pandosia, nymph, Pandosia, 106.
Panegyris of Nysa, sacrifice at, Nysa, 654.
Pankratides of Mytilene, 563.
Παρα for επι, local use of, in Phrygia, 628.
Paralos or Parphoros (?), Clazomenae, 569.
Parios, oekist, Parium, 53.
Paris, judgment of, Ilium, 547; Scepsis, 549; Tarsus, 733; Alexandreia, 862.
Parium, great altar of, work of Hermocreon, Parium, 531.
Parnassus, Mount, Delphi, 342.
Parthenope, the Siren, Neapolis, 38, 39.
Parthenos (Artemis?) of Neapolis Mac., 196.
Parthia captive, Crete, Province, 479; Ephesus, 577.
Pataekoi, Phoenician, Aradus, 788.
Patrae, plan of town and harbour, Patrae, 415.
Patroklos, Ilium, 547.
Patron, oekist, Aluntium, 127.
Pegasos-staters, wide circulation of, in the west, Corinth, 399 sqq., 406. Cf. Weight-Standards, s. v. Corinthian Staters.
Pegasos, taming of, Corinth, 399, 404; Achaea, 419.
Peirene, fountain nymph, Corinth, 405.
Pelasgic character of coin-types, Imbros, 261; Samothrace, 263.
Pelops, Himera, 144; Sardes, 657.
Pelops and Hippodameia, Smyrna, 594.
Pelorias, goddess, Messana, 154, 155.
Pentagram, Pitane, 537; Melos, 892.
Pergamos, oekist of, Pergamum, 536.
Pergamum, great altar of, Pergamum, 536.
Persephone (?) beneath palm-tree caressing serpent, Priansus, 476.
Persephone, rape of, Enna, 186; Cyzicus, 528; Elaea, 555; Ionia, 566; Magnesia Ion., 583; Aninetus, 647; Gordus-Julia, 651; Bermocapelia, 651; Maeonia, 652; Nacrasa, 654; Nysa, 654; Tomaris, 659; Tralles, 661; Hierapolis Phr., 675; Magydus, 701; Casae, 718; Syedra, 729; Ptolema´s Ace, 794; Sebaste Sam., 808; Alexandreia, 862.
Persephone, temple of, Locri, 104.
Perseus, Philip V of Macedon, 233, 891; Perseus of Macedon, 235; Larissa Cremaste, 300; Argos, 440; Seriphos, 490; Mithradates IV, 501; Cities of Pontus, 502; Cyzicus, 526; Astypalaea, 631; Hierocaesareia, 651; Sebaste Phr., 684; Iconium, 713; Aegeae, 716; Anemurium, 717; Iotape, 721; Tarsus, 733; Tyana, 753; Ptolema´s Ace, 793, 794; Joppa, 803.
Perseus and Andromeda, Deultum, 287; Coropissus, 720; Alexandreia, 862.
Perseus, sleeping Gorgons, and Hypnos, Daldis, 650.
Perseus, Βοηθος, Tarsus, 733.
Persic standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Persis, Mount, Docimeium, 672; Synnada, 686.
Personifications of abstract conceptions, Alexandreia, 863.
Phaestos, oekist of Phaestus, 472, 474.
Phalaecus, strategos of the Phocians, 339.
Phalanna, nymph, Phalanna, 305.
Phalanthos confounded with Taras, oekist of Tarentum, 53.
Phanebalos (war-god), Ascalon, 804.
Phanes, earliest inscribed coin, bearing name and signet of, Ephesus, 571.
Pharos, lighthouse, Alexandreia, 862.
Pheidias, statue of Zeus Olympios by, Elis, 426.
Pheidon, Aegina, 395.
Pheidon, his dedication of οβελισκοι in the Heraeum at Argos, 438.
Phemios, mythical king of the Aenianes, 292.
Pheraemon, son of Aeolos, Messana, 154, 155.
‘Philippi,’ v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Philoktetes, Bomolium, 296; Lamia, 296, 297.
Phobos(?), Cyzicus, 524.
Phocaea and Mytilene, agreement between, as to issue of electrum coins, 558.
Phoca´c Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Phoenician Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Phoenix and Kadmos, Sidon, 798.
Phoenix, the bird, Alexandreia, 863.
Phokos, hero, Phocis, 338.
Pholegandros, son of Minos, oekist of Pholegandrus, 490.
Phrixos on ram, Halus, 296.
Phrixos and Belle, Lampsacus, 531.
Phthia, mother of Pyrrhus (?), 324.
Phthia, nymph, followed by Zeus in form of dove, Aegium, 413.
Pickaxe, Damastium, 318.
Pillar-fountain, Argos, 439, 440; Troezen, 444.
Pindar’s odes, coin-types illustrating, Camarina, 128, 129, 132; Himera, 145.
Pion, Mount, Ephesus, 577.
Pisatans, celebration of Olympian Games and issue of gold coins by, Pisa, 426.
Pistrix, signification of, in exergue of Syracusan coins, Syracuse, 173.
Pittacus of Mytilene, 562.
Ploutos, child, Magnesia Lyd., 653; Aezanis, 664; Laodiceia Phr., 679. Cf. Eirene.
Plutarch, his relations with the Delphic oracle, Delphi, 342.
Podaleirios, Tricca, 310.
Poemandros, oekist of Tanagra, 348.
Poemes, oekist of Poemanenon, 537.
Polemon family, successive members of, as monetary magistrates, Cidramus, 614.
Polybius, statement of, as to the coinage of the Achaean League, 417.
Pomegranate (σιδη), type parlant, Side, 703.
Pompey, head of, Pompeiopolis, 729.
Pontos Euxeinos swimming, Tomis, 276.
Pontos Euxeinos and River-god, Tyche between, Heracleia Pont., 516.
Porus, retreat of, on elephant, dekadrachm commemorating, India, 833.
Poseidon, cult of, at Messana, 155; at Tenos, 492, 493.
Poseidon—
Asphaleios, Rhodus, 642.
Belikonios, Belice, 414; Priene, 591.
Bippios, Potidaea, 212; Mantineia, 449; Pheneus, 452; Rhaucus, 477.
Isthmios, Alexandreia, 862.
Onchestios, Haliartus, 345.
Petraios, Thessaly, 290, 306.
Taureos, Thessaly, 290.
Poseidon pursuing Amymone, Argos, 440.
Poseidon in chariot with Amymone or Kyme, Cyme Aeol., 554.
Poseidon, altar of, Mantineia, 449.
Priamos, Ilium, 547.
Priapos, Lampsacus, 530.
Priests of the temple of Zeus Nalos, Epirus, 325.
Prokris, Cranii, 427; Pale, 427, 428; Proni, 428; Same, 428.
Pronoia, Caesareia Cay., 752.
Propylaea of Corinth, 405.
Προσταται, names of, at, Byzantium, 269.
Protesilaos, Thebae Thes., 310; temple and tomb of, Elaeus, 259.
Prow, signification of, on Roman coins, 18.
Prytaneis of Corcyra, 328; of Leucas, 330.
Ptolioekos, Aptera, 458.
Pyramus River, bridge over, Aegeae, 716; Mopsus, 725.
Pyrrha, nymph, Pyrrha, 563.
Pythagoras, Samos, 606.
Pythagorean symbolism, Croton, 99.


Q.

Quadriga, frequent agonistic type in Sicily, 122; Olynthus, 207, 208.


R.

Race-torch, Amphipolis, 215; Hephaestia, 262, 263.
Rainbow cups, 9.
Regatta, αμιλλα νεων, Corcyra, 327; Athens, 390.
Rhea and infant Zeus, Amorium, 665; Laodiceia Phr., 680. V. also Adrasteia and Amaltheia.
Rhodian Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Rhodope, Mount, Philippopolie, 288.
Rhodos, nymph, Rhodus, 640.
Rider-god, Mŕn (?), Nicopolis Thr., 287; (Sabazios (?)), Attuda, 611.
Rider-god with bipennis, Blaundus, 649; Hypaepa, 652; Mastaura, 653; Mostene, 654; Tabala, 658; Thyatira, 658; Tomaris, 659; Tripolis, 661; Dionysopolis, 671; Eumeneia, 674; Hierapolis Phr., 675; Hyrgaleis, 677; Stectorium, 685; SynaŘs, 685; Temenothyrae, 687; Trajanopolis, 688.
River gods—
Achelo÷s, Neapolis, 39; Metapontum, 76; Aluntium, 127; Ambracia, 320; Acarnania, 328, 333; Leucas, 330; Oeniadae, 331; Stratus, 331, 332; Thyrrheium, 332.
Adranos, Adranum, 119.
Aesaros, Croton, 98, 99.
Aesepos, Cyzicus, 528.
Akragas, Agrigentum, 117, 123.
Alabon, Stiela, 171.
Aleon, Erythrae, 579.
Alpheios, Elis, 426; Heraea, 449.
Amenanos, Catana, 117, 131-134.
Anapos, Syracuse, 176, 180.
Anthios, Antiocheia Pis., 706.
Asopos Boeotiae, Tanagra, 348.
Asopos Peloponnesi, Phlius, 408, 410.
Assinos, Naxus, 117, 161.
Astraeos, Metropolis Ion., 584.
Aulindenos, Ceretapa, 669.
Axios, Stobi, 245.
Axos, Erytllrae, 579.
Belos, Ptolema´s-Ace, 793.
Billaeos, Creteia Flaviopolis, 514; Tium, 518.
Bokaros, Paphos, 740.
Borysthenes, Olbia, 272.
Chrysas, Assorus, 127.
Chrysoroas Phr., Hierapolis, 676.
Chrysoroas Syr., Leucas, 785; Sources of, πηγαι, Damascus, 784.
Dureios, Docimeium, 672.
Erigon, Stobi, 245.
Erymanthos, Psophis, 453.
Euphrates, Samosata, 776.
Eurymedon, Aspendus, 701; Timbriada, 712.
Gallos, Philomelium, 683.
Gelas, Gela, 117, 140 sqq.; Cyzicus, 525.
Glaukos Lyd., Hierocaesareia, 651.
Glaukos Phr., Eumeneia, 674.
Halys, Germanicopolis, 506; Tavium, 749.
Harpasos, Aphrodisias, 609; Harpasa, 619.
Hebros, Philippopolis, 288; Plotinopolis, 288.
Helikon, Abacaenum, 118.
Hermos, Cyme Aeol., 554; Temnus, 557; Smyrna, 594; Bageis, 648; Magnesia Lyd., 653; Sa´tta, 655; Sardes, 657; Silandus, 657; Tabala, 658; Cadi, 668.
Hipparis, Camarina, 117, 129.
Hippophoras, Apollonia Pis., 706.
Hippurios, Blaundus, 649.
Hyllos, Sa´tta, 655.
Hypios, Prusias, 518.
Hypsas, Selinus, 117, 168; Entella, 137.
Imbrasos, Samos, 606.
Indos, Cibyra, 670.
Is, Poseidonia, 80.
Istros, Istrus, 275; Nieopolis ad Istrum, 275.
Kaenos, Caenicenses, 8.
Ka´kos, Pergamum, 536; Acrasus, 647; Stratoniceia Lyd., 658.
Kalbis, Caunus, 612.
Kaleon or Kallon, Smyrna, 594.
Kalykadnos, Seleuceia Cil., 728.
Kapros, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Karkines, Consentia, 94.
Karmeios, Hadrianopolis, 675.
Katarrhaktes, Magydus, 701.
Ka stros, Ephesus, 577; Dioshieron, 650; Hypaepa, 652; Prymnessus, 683.
Kazanes, Themisonium, 687.
Kenchreios, Ephesus, 577.
Kephisos, Copae, 344.
Kestros, Perga, 703; Sagalassus, 710.
Keteios, Pergamum, 536.
Kilbos, Cilbiani, 650.
Kissos, Tomaris, 659.
Klaseas, Ephesus, 577.
Kogamis, Philadelpheia, 655.
Krathis, Sybaris, 84; Thurium, 87; Consentia (?), 94; Pandosia, 106.
Krimissos, Segesta, 165, 166.
Kyberses, Mylasa, 622.
Kydnos, Tarsus, 732, 733.
Laos, LaŘs, 74.
Lethon, Euesperides, 874.
Limyros, Limyra, 695.
Longanos, Longane, 151.
Lykos Ponti, Neocaesareia, 497.
Lykos Phr., Attaleia Lyd., 648; Thyatira, 658; Colossae, 670; Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Maeandros, Magnesia Ion., 583; Antiocheia ad Mae., 608; Tripolis Lyd., 661; Apameia Phr., 667; Dionysopolis, 671; Hyrgaleis, 677; Peltae, 682.
Marnas, Ephesus, 577.
Marsyas, Apameia Phr., 667.
Melas, Side, 704.
Meles Paph., Amastris, 506.
Meles Ion., Smyrna, 594.
Mestos, v. Nestos.
Metauros (?), Mesma, 105.
Morsynos, Antiocheia ad Mae., 608.
Mygdonios, Singara, 816.
Neda, Phigaleia, 453.
Neilos, Alexandreia, 862.
Nestos, Nicopolis Thr., 287.
O´skos, Serdica, 288.
Orgas, Apameia Phr., 667.
Orontes, Antiocheia ad Oront., 779; Apameia Syr., 780.
Palankaios, Agyrium, 125.
Parthenios Paph., Amastris, 506.
Parthenios Phr., Nacoleia, 681.
Peieros, Prusa, 518.
Phrygios, Gordus-Julia, 651.
Pidasos, Hyrcanis, 652.
Pyramos, Anazarbus, 717; Hieropolis Castabala, 721; Mopsus, 725.
Rheon, Hipponium, 100.
Rhodios, Dardanus, 544.
Rhyndakos, Apollonia ad Rhynd., 521; Aezanis, 664.
Sagaris, Juliopolis, 516; Nicaea, 517.
Sagras, Caulonia, 94.
Sangarios, Pessinus, 748.
Sardo, Tium, 518.
Saros, Adana, 716.
Selinos Sic., Selinus, 117, 168.
Selinos Achaeae, Aegium, 413.
Selinos Mysiae, Pergamum, 536.
Sepeithos, Neapolis, 40.
Silaros, Poseidonia, 81; Paestum, 82.
Sindros, Acmoneia, 663, 664; Sebaste Phr., 684.
Skamandros, Ilium, 547; Scepsis, 549.
Skirtos, Edessa, 815.
Skopas, Juliopolis, 516.
Smardos, Phocaea, 590.
Strymon, Amphipolis, 216; Heracleia Sintica, 244; Pautalia, 287.
Tauros, Isinda, 708.
Tembris or Tembros, Appia, 668; DorylaŰum, 672; MidaŰum, 681.
Therma, Apameia Phr., 667.
Thermodon, Amisus, 497.
Tiberis, Alexandreia, 863, 864.
Tigris, Seleuceia ad Tigrim, 815.
Timeles, Aphrodisias, 609; Heracleia Salbace, 619.
Tisnaeos or Titnaeos, Aegae Aeol., 552; Tisna, 557.
Tiulos, Prostanna, 710.
Tonzos, Hadrianopolis Thr., 287.
Vaendos, Seleuceia Pis., 710.
Xanthos Paph., Germanicopolis, 506.
Xanthos Aeol., Cyme, 554.
Roma (?), head of, Metapontum, 79.
Roma, head of, with name, Lacedaemon, 435; Gortyna, 467.
Roma crowned by city of Locri as Fides, Locri, 104.
Roma standing, Amphipolis, 217.
Roma and Eirene, Amisus, 497.
Rome, earliest coinage of, 17.


S.

Σ, badge of Sicyon, 411.
Sabazios, Isinda, 708; Tityassus, 712.
Sagalassos (?), attacked by Alexander on horseback, Sagalassus, 710.
Sagittarius, Rhesaena, 815; Singara, 816.
Samaina, the Samian galley, Zancle-Messana, 153; Samos, 603.
Samian Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Samian types on coins of Rhegium and Zancle-Messana, 108, 152.
Sandan, Tarsus, 732; Alexander Bala, 765; Antiochus VII, 767; Demetrius II, 768; Alexander II, 769; Cleopatra and Antiochus VIII, 769; Antiochus VIII, 770; Antiochus IX, 771.
Sappho, Eresus, 560; Mytilene, 562.
Sarapis, Catana, 134, 135; Menaenum, 151; Syracuse, 187; Dionysopolis, 274; Mesembria, 279; Augusta Trajana, 288; Trapezus, 499; Amastris, 506; Germanicopolis, 506; Neoclaudiopolis, 507; Sinope, 509; Caesareia Germanica, 511; Gius, 514; Juliopolis, 516; Nicaea, 517; Came, 522; Temnus, 557; Clazomenae, 569; Magnesia Ion., 583; Phocaea, 590; Alinda, 608; Apollonia Salbace, 610; Attuda, 611; Harpasa, 619; Heracleia Salbace, 620; Iasus, 621; Daldis, 650; Saitta, 655; Amorium, 665; Bria, 668; Ceretapa, 669; Colossae, 670; Dionysopolis, 671; Hierapolis Phr., 676; Hydrela, 677; Hyrgaleis, 677; Prymnessus, 683; Stectorium, 685; Synnada, 686; Themisonium, 687; Tiberiopolis, 688; Aspendus, 701; Attaleia Pam., 701; Magydus, 701; Perga, 703; Adada, 705; Ariassus, 706; Apollonia Pis., 706; Isinda, 708; Prostanna, 710; Iconium, 714; Aegae, 716; Anazarbus, 717; Flaviopolis Cil., 720; Irenopolis, 721; Olba, 727; Seleuceia Cil., 728; Tarsus, 733; Caesareia Cap., 753; Laodiceia ad Mare, 781; Ptolema´s Ace, 794; Tiberias, 802; Caesareia Sam., 802; Neapolis Sam., 803; Ptolemy IV, 853; Alexandreia, 862; Hadrumetum, 876; Thaena, 876; Suthul, 886.
Sardus Pater, Sardinia, 191.
Satrapal tetradrachm with name Pythagores, Ephesus (?), 574; Persia (?), 829, 830.
Satyr, female, Lampsacus, 530.
Satyra (?), nymph, Tarentum, 55.
Scarabaei of Mount Aetna, large size of, Aetna-Catana, 131.
Scarabaeus, Euboea (?), 356, 365.
Scruple Standard, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Sea-monster, Itanus, 470.
Seal, φοκη, v. Types parlants.
Seasons, the four, as children, Laodiceia Phr., 680.
Segesta, city nymph, Segesta, 164, 165.
Seilenos on ass, Nacona, 159; Mende, 211.
Seilenos seated holding kantharos, Naxus, 160.
Seilenos with infant Dionysos, Aureliopolis, 659.
Seirios, dog-star, Ceos, 482, 483.
Selene, Byzantium, 270; Prusa, 518; Magnesia Ion., 588; Mastaura, 658; Tralles, 661; Termessus, 712; Carallia, 718; Olba, 727; Tarsus, 788; Apameia Syr., 780; Rhosus, 782; Tripolis Phoen., 799; Alexandreia, 862.
Selene-Hekate, Attaleia Lyd., 648; Hierapolis Phr., 676.
Selinon-leaf, v. Types parlants.
Selinos sacrificing, Selinus, 168.
Σημα v. Χαρακτηρ.
Semasia, Alexandreia, 863.
Semele embraced by Dionysos, Smyrna, 594.
Sepia in amphora, Etruria, 15.
Serpent of Asklepios on horse, Philadelpheia, 655.
Serpent with human head, Nicomedeia, 517.
Sextus of Mytilene, 563.
Sibyl, Gergis, 545; Cyme Aeol., 554; Erythrae, 579.
Side, harbour of, Side, 704.
Siglos, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Signets of magistrates, Abdera, 253 sqq.
Sikelia, head of, Adranum, 119; Alaesa, 126; Herbessus, 148; Morgantina, 157.
Silphium, Cyrena´ca, 865 sqq.
Silvanus, Cremna, 708.
Sinope, daughter of Asopos, head of, Sinope, 508.
Sipylene, v. Kybele, Smyrna, 594.
Sipylos, Mount, Magnesia Lyd., 658.
Skylla, Cyzicus, 525; Tralles, 788.
Skythes (?), serpent-footed giant, Telephus, Bactria, 848.
Slinger (King Phemios (?)), Aenianes, 292.
Slinger, Nysa, 654; Aspendus, 700; Selge, 711.
Smyrna, the Amazon, Smyrna, 594.
Social war, coins struck during, 29.
Solon’s reform of the currency, Athens, 366 sq.
Solymos, hero, Ariassus, 706; Termessus, 712.
Sosipolis, Tyche of, Gela, 141.
Soteira, Artemis, Syracuse, 182.
Sozon, Antiocheia aa Maeandrum, 608; Arycanda, 694; Choma, 695; Panemoteichus, 709.
Sparte, wife of Lakedaemon, Lacedaemon, 486.
Spes, Pella, 244. Cf. Elpis.
Sphinx, Gergis, 546; Lycia, 689, 690; Idalium, 789.
Sphinx, Chian, symbol of cult of Dionysos, Chios, 600.
Staphylos, Peparethus, 312, 318.
Star in crescent (Mithra´c symbol), Kings of Pontus, 500.
Stellate square (‘Gardens of Alkino÷s’), Apollonia Illyr., 314; Dyrrhachii, 315; Monunius, 316; Corcyra, 326.
Sterope receiving hair of Medusa from Athena, Tegea, 455, 456.
Stesichoros, statue of, Thermae, 147.
Stolos holding rudder, Nicomedeia, 517.
Strategoi of the Thessalian League, 311; of the Phocians, 389.
Strymon, v. River-gods.
Stymphalian birds, Stymphalus, 453.
Stymphalian stater, copy of, Chersonesus Cretae, 460.
Stymphalos, oekist, Stymphalus, 453.
Styrax plant, Selge, 711.
Sunias, Fountain-nymph, Soli-Pompeiopolis, 729.
Swan, Clazomenae, 567; Mallus, 728; in palm-tree, Delos, 485.
Swastika, Syracuse, 180; Apollonia Pontica, 277; Panticapaeum, 280; Corcyra, 326; Corinth, 400; Thaliadae (?), 456.
Symmachy, anti-Spartan, Byzantium, 267; Thebes, 350; Ephesus, 573; Samos, 604; Cnidus, 616; Iasus, 620; Rhodus, 638.
Symmachy of Sikel towns, Alaesa, 125, 126.
Synarchy at Magnesia ad Maeandrum, 609.
Synedrion Νεων, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Syrinx, nymph, changed into a reed and seized by Pan, Thelpusa, 456.


T.

Talos, hurling stone, Phaestus, 474.
Tantalos, Cyme Aeol., 554.
Taras, child, before Poseidon, Tarentum, 57.
Taras riding on dolphin, Aletium, 51; Brundisium, 52; Tarentum, 54 sqq.; Cyzicus, 525.
Taras or Phalanthos, oekist of Tarentum, seated, Tarentum, 55.
Tarentine horsemen, probably agonistic types, Tarentum, 56, 60.
Taurus and Gemini (Bucranium and two stars), Eucarpeia, 678; Hieropolis Phr., 676; Peltae, 682; Stectorium, 685.
Teios, oekist of Tium, 518.
Telephos, infant, suckled by hind, Tegea, 455.
Telephos, child, carried by Herakles, Cos, 634; Cotiaeum, 671.
Telesphoros Epiphanes, Nicaea, 517. V. also Asklepios.
Telmiseus, Halicarnassus, 619.
Temenos, oekist of Temenothyrae, 687.
Temple-key, Argos, 489; Pergamum, 584.
Terina, nymph, Terina, 118.
Tesserae with magic formulae (‘Εφεσια γραμματα‘ (?)), Ephesus, 578.
Tetraskeles, Lycia, 688 sqq.
‘Tetrachma Antigoneia,’ struck at Athens, 378.
Thalassa, Corycus, 720.
Thalassa and Gaia, Pergamum, 536.
Thalassa and River god, Deultum, 287.
Thalassa, Tyche of Amisus placing rudder on head of, Amisus, 497.
Thanatos, Plotinopolis, 288; Dorylaeum, 672; Laodiceia Phr., 680.
Tharragoras, hero, Metapontum, 78.
Thasian colony at Daton, founded by Kallistratos, Philippi, 217.
Themis seated, Perga, 703.
Themistokles, coinage of, at Magnesia Ion., 581.
Themistokles, hero, Athens, 390; Magnesia Ion., 588.
Θοι Συριας (Ba'al Kevan and Atargatis), Hieropolis Cyrrhest., 777.
Θεοξενιον, Bizya, 287.
Theophanes the historian, Mytilene, 563.
Θεος μεγας, Dionysopolis, 274; Tomis, 276; Odessus, 276.
Theron, coinage of, at Himera, 120, 144.
Theseus, head of, in labyrinth, Cnossus, 460.
Theseus, labours of, Athens, 390; Troezen, 444; Nicaea, 517.
Thetis on hippocamp holding shield of, Achilles, Larissa Cremaste, 300; Pyrrhus, 323.
Thetis (?) with Eros, on hippocamp, Bruttium, 91.
Thetis (?) holding helmet, Perrhaebi, 304.
Thorax, Mount, Magnesia Ion., 583.
Thoth-Hermes, with papyrus-roll and ibis, Tyre, 801.
Thuria, fountain, Thurium, 87.
Thynnaros, hero, Synnada, 686.
Τιμαι, Roman honours, conferred on king of Bosporus, 505.
Timoleon’s influence on the coinage of Sicily, 117.
Tin coins, Britannia, 10.
Tirynthians, coinage of, struck at Halice, Tiryns, 443.
Tmolus, Mount, Sardes, 657; Aureliopolis, 659.
Tomos, hero, oekist of Tomis, 276.
Torrebos and Mopsos, Hierapolis Phr., 675.
Tortoise (testudo Graeca) supersedes the sea turtle as the badge of Aegina, 397; Lycia, 689.
Tralleus, oekist of Tralles, 661.
Trident, badge of Mantineia, 449.
Trikka, fountain nymph, Tricca, 310.
Triptolemos, Enna, 137; Anchialus, 277; Eleusis, 391; Corinth, 405; Cyzicus, 525; Iabedus-Ptolema´s, 580; Mallus, 724; Tarsus, 738; Ptolema´s-Ace, 798; Alexandreia, 862.
Triskeles, Syracuse, 180, 181; Derrones, 202; Euboea (?), 356, 365; Aegina, 397; Phlius, 408; Hierapytna, 468; Neandria, 547; Lycia, 688 sqq.; Aspendus, 699; Adada, 705; Prostanna, 709; Olba, 727; Melos, 892.
Triskeles with gorgoneion in centre, Iaetia, 148; Panormus, 163.
Tunny, Gades, 8; Solus, 170, 171; Cyzicus, 528.
Turtle, Aegina, 395; on electrum stater, Ionia, 566.
Tyche of Antioch, statue of, by Eutychides of Sicyon, Aspendus, 701; Side, 704; Tarsus, 788; Tigranes, 772; Antiocheia ad Orontem, 778, 779.
Tyche of Laodiceia ad Mare, 782.
Tyche of Neocaesareia with five cities of Pontus, and river-god Lykos beneath Neocaesareia, 497.
Tyche holding child, Melos, 487.
Tyche ακραια, Sicyon, 412.
Tylos, hero, Sardes, 657.
Types parlants
Altar of Mopsus (Μοφου εστια), Mopsuestia, 725.
Anchor (αγκυρα), Ancyra Phr., 665; Ancyra Gal., 748.
Arm bent (αγκων), Ancona, 23.
Basket (κιβυσις), Cibyra, 670.
Bee (μελιττα), Melitaea, 301.
Boat (φασηλος), Phaselis, 696.
Bull (ταυρος), Tauromenium, 188.
Cock (cf. καρυσσω, to crow); Carystus, 357.
Corn-gain (κριθη), Crithote, 259.
Cray-fish (αστακος), Astacus, 329, 510.
Cup (καλυξ), Cales, 31.
Cup (κυφελη), Cypsela, 257.
Deer (προξ), Proconnesus, 538.
Dog (κυων), of the Kynossema, Madytus, 260.
Fox (αλοπηξ), Alopeconnesus, 258.
Goat (αιξ), Aegae Mac., 198; Edessa, 244; Aegospotami, 258; Aegae Ach., 412; Aegira, 412; Aegae Aeol., 551; Aegeae Cil, 716.
Greave (κνημις), Locri Epicnemidii, 387.
Hook (αρπαγη), Arpi, 44.
Καυλος plant, Caulonia, 93.
Lion (λεων), Leontini, 149.
Olive (ελαια), Elaea, 554.
Phoenician palm (φοινιξ), Carthage, 877.
Pomegranate (σιδη), Side, 703.
Quince (μηλον), Melos, 486, 892.
Rose (ροδον), Rhoda, 2; Rhodus, 688.
Seal (φωκη), Phocaea, 587.
Selinon leaf, Selinus, 167.
Sickle (ζαγκλον), Zancle, 151.
Slinger (σφενδονητης), Aspendus, 700.
Sun, moon, and stars (ουρανος), Uranopolis, 206.
Sun, noon-day (μεσημβρια), Mesembria.
Table (τραπεζα), Trapezus, 499.
Wolf (λυκος), Lucania, 70.
Types indicating denominations, Syracuse, 172.
Types, obv. and rev., complementary, Thessaly, 290, 299, 304, 305, 310.
Types, correspondence between obv. and rev., Calacte, 128; Centuripae, 185.
Tyrimnos, Rider god with bipennis, Thyatira, 658.


U.
Uraeus, Alexandreia, 863.


V.

Velchanos, Phaestus, 478.
Velia, Fountain, Velia, 89.
Viaros, Mount, Prostanna, 709.
Victimarius leading cow to sacrifice, Hermione, 442.
Victoriatus, v. Weight-Standards, &c.
Votive offerings, coins of Croton as, 95.
Vulcan, head of, Etruria, 15, 16; Ariminum, 21; Aesernia, 27.
Vulture on ram, Byblus, 791.

W.

Wasp on grapes, Melos, 892.
Weight-Standards, various currencies, &c.
Aeginetic Standard (Staters, circ. 207-190 grs.)
in Italy:
Cumae, 35.
Rhegium, 107, n.
in Sicily:
Agrigentum, 120, n.
Himera, 115, 143.
Zancle, 152.
Naxus, 159.
in Thrace: Abdera, 254.
in Thessaly, 291 sqq.
in Locris, 336 sqq.
in Phocis, 338 sqq.; Delphi, 340; Amphictyonic Council, 342.
in Boeotia, 344 sqq.
in Euboea, 362.
in Attica before Solon, 367.
in Aegina, 395.
in Peloponnesus, 407 sqq.
in Crete, 457 sqq.
in the Cyclades, 480 sqq.
in Bithynia (?) : Heracleia (?), 514.
in Aeolis: Cyme, 552.
in Lesbos: Methymna, 561.
in Ionia:
Miletus (?), 585.
Teos, 595.
Chios, 599.
in Caria:
Chersonesus, 614.
Cnidus, 615.
Iasus (?), 620.
Cos, 632.
in Rhodes: Camirus, 636.
in Cilicia, 715.
in Cyprus, 785 sqq.
Aes grave, Etruria, 15; Rome, 16 sq.; reductions of, 18; Italy, 20; Latium, 24; quadrilateral, 25; Cales, 31; Velecha (?), 48; Apulia, 44; Luceria, 47; Venusia, 50; Olbia, 272.
Aes rude, Italian, 17.
Aes signatum, Rome, 17.
Alexandrine issues (i. e. coins bearing the types of the money of Alexander, struck after his death): India, 225, 834; Byzantium, 269; Perinthus, 271; Callatis, 274; Odessus, 276; Mesembria, 278; Thebes, 852; Chalcis, 359; Aegina, 398; Sicyon, 411; Elis, 425; Argos (?), 489; Crete, 457; Lampsacus, 530; Alexandreia Troas, 540; Sigeium, 549; Myrina, 556; Temnus, 557; Methymna, 561; Mytilene, 562; Clazomenae, 569; Colophon, 570; Ephesus, 575; Erythrae, 579; Heracleia Ion., 579; Magnesia Ion., 582; Miletus, 586; Phocaea, 589; Priene, 591; Smyrna, 592; Teos, 596; Chios, 600; Samos, 605; Alabanda, 607) Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608; Cnidus, 616; Mylasa, 622; Stratoniceia, 624; Astypalaea, 631; Cos, 632; Rhodus, 640; Sardes, 656; Phaselis, 696; Aspendus, 700; Side (?), 704; Sillyum, 705; Soli, 729; Paphos, 741; Seleucus, 756; Phoenicia, 773; Damascus, 784; Aradus, 575, 789; Carne, 792; Marathus, 792; Ptolema´s-Ace, 793; Sidon, 796; Tyre, 800; Joppa, 803; Ascalon, 804; Babylonia, 816, 817, 828; India, 833, 834; Egypt, 848; Cyrena´ca, 870.
Αντιγονεια τετραχμα, Macedon, 232; Athens, 378.
As, its divisions and reductions, Rome, 18, 19. V. also Aes grave.
Assaria, Thessalonica, 245; Callatis, 274; Dionysopolis, 274; Istrus, 275; Marcianopolis, 275; Tomis, 275; Odessus, 277; Thessaly, 312; Athens, 391; Aegium, 413; Lacedaemon, 436; Argos, 440; Crete, Province, 479; Syros, 492; Amastris, 506; MidaŰum, 681; Aspendus, 701; Attaleia Pam., 701; Perga, 702; Side, 704; Sillyum, 705; Ariassus, 706; Conana, 707; Etenna, 708; Isinda, 708; Pednelissus, 709; Sagalassus, 710; Selge, 712; Carallia, 718; Colybrassus, 719; Coracesium, 720; Iotape, 721; Hieropolis-Castabala, 721; LaŰrte, 722; Lyrbe, 728; Soli-Pompeiopolis, 729; Syedra, 729.
Babylonic Standard (Staters, circ. 169 grs. max.)—
Pangaean and Emathian districts, 194, 197 (158-130 grs.).
Thasos, 268 (160-140 grs.).
Amastris, 505 (148 grs.).
Astyra, 611 (150 grs.).
Calymna, 681 (162 grs.).
Lydia, 643, 646 (168 grs.).
Lycia, 689 (155-129 grs.).
Βερενικεια νομισματα, Egypt, 852.
Billon coinage, Lesbos, 558.
Campanian Standard (Staters, circ. 117-105 grs.)—
in Etruria, 12.
in Campania:
Allifae, 30.
Cales, 31.
Capua, 32 sqq.
Cumae, 86.
Fenseris, 87.
Hyria, 37.
Neapolis, 38.
Nola, 40.
Nuceria, 41.
Phistelia, 41.
Suessa, 42.
Teanum, 42.
in Apulia:
Arpi, 44.
Teate, 49.
in Calabria: Tarentum, 62.
in Lucania:
Poseidonia, 80.
Paestum, 82.
Chalkous, and multiples of, Athens, 391.
Χρυσα δεκητηριδων, Egypt, 847.
Cistophori, origin of, 534.
Cistophoric Mints, Crete, Province, 479; Adramyteum, 521; Pergamum, 534; Ephesus, 575; Smyrna, 592; Apollonis, 648; Nysa, 654; Sardes, 656; Stratoniceia ad Caicum, 657; Thyatira, 658; Tralles, 659; Apameia Phr., 666; Laodicela Phr., 678; Synnada, 685.
Cistophoric Standard (Staters, circ. 196-190 grs.)—
Miletus, 586.
Samos, 605.
Cibyra, 669.
Corcyean Standard (Staters, circ. 180-160 grs.)—
Apollonia Illyr., 314.
Dyrrhachium, 315.
Monunius, 316.
Cassope, 820.
Alexander of Epirus, 322.
Epirus, 324.
Corcyra, 326.
Leucas, 330.
Thyrrheium, 832.
Acarnania, 333.
Aetolia, 335.
Cephallenia, 427.
Zacynthus, 429.
Corinthian Standard (Staters, circ. 130-135 grs. max.), origin and extension of, Corinth, 398, 406.
Non-Corinthian Staters, &c., of the Pegasos type—
in Acarnania, 328.
Alyzia, 329.
Anactorium, 329.
Argos-Amphilochicum, 329.
Astacus, 329.
Coronta, 329.
Echious, 329.
Leucas, 329.
Metropolis, 331.
Stratus, 332.
Thyrrheium, 332.
Federal, 333.
in Corcym, 327.
in Epirus:
Ambracia, 319.
Federal, 406.
in Illyricum:
Apollonia, 314.
Dyrrhachium, 315.
in Sicily:
Eryx, 139.
Leontini, 150.
Syracuse, 179, 180.
in Bruttium:
Locri, 101.
Mesma, 105.
Rhegium, 110.
Terina, 114.
Cyzicene Staters (El. 252-248 grs.), circulation and value of, Cyzicus, 522.
Daric (130 grs.), origin of, Persia, 825; exchange value of, in silver money, 826.
Demareteia, Syracuse, 173.
Denominations of Chian coins, 600, 601.
Didrachm, bronze, Rhodes, 642.
Drachm, gold (49.3 grs.), Carystus, 357.
Drachm, bronze, Byzantium, 269; Melos, 487.
Drachms of Tenos, rate of exchange of, against those of Rhodes, Tenos, 493.
Electrum coinage, origin of, Lydia, 643; Ionia, 564.
Electrum coins :—Capua, 35; Sicily, 117; Orrescii, 194; Eion, 197; Chalcis, 357; Eretria, 361; Athens, 368; Aegina, 395; Cyzicus, 523; Lampsacus, 529; Abydus, 538; Dardanus, 544; Zeleia, 550; Cyme Aeol., 553; Mytilene, 558; Clazomenae, 567; Ephesus, 571, 572; Erythrae, 578; Miletus, 584; Phocaoa, 587, 588; Teos, 595; Chios, 599; Samos, 602, 603; Camirus, 636; Sardes, 644; Cyrena´ca, 865.
Etruscan Standards, derivation of, 12.
Eubo´c and Attic Standard, before Alexander the Great (Tetradrachm, circ. 270 grs. max.)—
in Etruria, 12.
in Campania: Cumae, 36.
in Bruttium: Rhegium, 108 sq.
in Sicily:
All cities, 115 sqq.
Siculo-Punic, 877.
in Chalcidice, 202, 203.
in Thrace:
Aenus, 246 sq.
Chersonesus, 257.
Selymbria, 271.
Apollonia Pontica, 277.
Sparadocus, 282.
Seuthes I, 282.
in Peparethus, 312.
in Euboea:
Carystus, 356.
Chalcis, 358.
Cyme (?), 360.
Eretria, 361.
Histiaea, 364.
Uncertain mints, 365.
in Attica: Athens, 367 sqq.
in Megaris: Megara (?), 393.
in Peloponnesus:
Phlius (?), 408.
Troezen, 443.
in the Cyclades:
Delos, 485.
Siphnos, 491.
in Asia Minor, &c.:
Calchedon, 511.
Sigeium (?), 549.
Tenedos (?), 550.
Aegae (?), 552.
Elaea (?), 554.
Methymna, 560.
Mytilene, 561.
Pordosilene, 563.
Clazomenae, 567.
Magnesia under Themistocles, 581.
Chios (?), 599.
Samos, 603, 604.
Rhodus (?), 638.
in Syria: Posidium Syriae (?), 785.
in Judaea: Gaza, 805.
in Cyrena´ca:
Cyrene, 866.
Barce, 873.
Euesperides, 874.
Gold coinages; local autonomous (exclusive of Satrapal, Regal, Alexandrine, and other quasi-regal) issues:— Etruria, 12; Volsinii, 12; Uncertain mint, 13; Romano-Campanian, 34; Rome, 35; Cumae, 36; Tarentum, 57, 58; Heracleia, 72; Metapontum, 78; Bruttii, 91; Agrigentum, 121; Camarina, 129; Gela, 141; Syracuse, 175, 179, 183, 185, 186; Tauromenium, 188; Siculo-Punic, 877; Chalcidian League, 209; Amphipolis, 216; Philippi, 217; Aenus, 247; Maroneia, 250; Thasos, 217, 265; Olbia, 272, 289; Panticapaeum, 281; Aetolia, 334; Thebes, 850; Carystus, 357; Athens, 373, 375, 385; Sicyon, 410; Pisa, 426; Gortyna, 467; Liaus, 471; Cius, 513; Lampsacus, 529; Pergamum, 532; Abydus, 539; Clazomenae, 568; Epheaus, 576; Erythrae, 579; Miletus, 586; Smyrna, 593; Teos, 595; Rhodus, 639, 640; Tralles, 660; Tyre, 800; Cyrene, 869, 870; Carthage, 879, 881.
Homereia, Coins or Smyrna, 594.
Iron money, Byzantium, 267; Heraea, 438, 448; Argos, 438; Tegea, 438, 454.
Italic-Achaean Standard (Staters, 129-110 grs., Thirds, Sixths, &c.)—LaŘs, 73; Metapontum, 75; Poseidonia, 81; Pal.-Mol., 83; Siris and Pyxus, 83; Sybaris, 84; Thurium, 86; Caulonia, 93; Croton, 95; Loeri, 102; Pandosia, 105; Temesa, 112; Terina, 112.
Ιταλικος νομος, Tarentum, 54, 67.
Italic-Tarentine Standard (Staters, 129-110 grs. or less, with Halves, &c.)—
Aletium, 51; Tarentum, 54; Heracleia, 71; Velia, 89.
Libra—
Romano-Oscan(4,210 grs.), Rome, 18.
Romano-Attic (5,057 grs.), 18.
Etruscan (3,368 grs.), 20.
in Picenum (6,000 grs.), 20.
Litra and Scruple Standards contemporary in Etruria, 15.
Litra, Silver, Sicilian (13.5 grs.), 115; multiples of, Rhegium, 111, 112; Mamertini, 156; Syracuse, 178, 179, 187.
Litra, bronze, Sicilian, Agrigentum, 121, 122; Camarina, 130; Himera, 146; Panormus, 162; Segesta, 166; Selinus, 169; Lipara, 191.
Nickel coins, Bactria, 837.
Paeonian Standard (Staters, circ. 214-188 grs.), Paeonia, 286; Damastium, 318.
Persic Standard (Staters, circ. 177-170 grs.)—
in Macedon:
Archelaus I, 220.
Aeropus, 221.
Pausanias, 221.
Amyntas III, 221.
Perdiccas III, 222.
in Thrace:
Maroneia, 250.
Abdera, 255.
Byzantium, 267.
Selymbria, 271.
Perinthus, 280.
in Pontus:
Peiraeus, 496.
Trapezus, 499.
in Bithynia:
Astacus, 510.
Cius, 513.
in Mysia:
Lampsacus, 529.
Parium, 531.
in Troas:
Abydus, 538, 539; Dardanus, 544.
in Lesbos, 558; Mytilene, 562.
in Ionia:
Colophon, 569.
Erythrae, 578.
Miletus, 585.
in Caria:
Caunus (?), 612.
Iasus, 621.
in Calymna, 631.
in Rhodes:
Camirus, 636.
Ialysus, 637.
in Lycia: Phaselis, 696.
in Pamphylia:
Aspendus, 699.
Olbia, 701.
Side, 703.
in Pisidia:
Etenna, 708.
Selge, 711.
in Cilicia, 715.
Celenderis, 718.
Holmi, 721.
Issus, 722.
Mallus, 723.
Nagidus, 725.
Soli, 728.
Tarsus, 729.
Uncertain, 735.
in Cyprus, 735 sqq.
in Phoenicia:
Aradus, 788.
Uncertain, 801.
in S. Arabia, 813.
in India (?), 836.
‘Philippi,’ gold, revived issues of, after Philip’s time, 223; Magnesia, 582; Mylasa, 622; Rhodes, 640; Sardes, 656; Gaulish imitations of, 224.
Phoca´c Standard (Staters, circ. 252-240 grs.)—
in Hispania, 1.
in Gallia: Massalia, 6, 7.
in Campania:
Capua, 32.
Cumae, 36.
Velia, 89.
in Thrace: Orrescii, 194; Eion, 197.
in Mysia: Cyzicus, 523.
in Troas:
Tenedos, 550.
Zeleia, 550, 588.
in Ionia:
Phocaea, 587, 588.
Smyrna, 591.
Phoenician Standard (Staters, circ. 236-224 grs. or less)—
in Thrace and Macedon:
Orrescii, 194, 195.
Neapolis, 196.
Ichnae, 199.
Bisaltae, 200.
Edoni, 201.
Therma, 203.
Acanthus, 205.
Uranopolis, 206.
Terone, 207.
Chalcidian League (Olynthus), 209.
Mende, 211.
Bottice, 213.
Aeneia, 214.
Amphipolis, 215.
Philippi, 217.
Alexander I, 219.
Philip II, 228.
Maroneia, 249.
Dicaea, 252.
Abden, 258, 254.
Istrus, 274.
in the Cyclades: Melos, 487, 892.
in Mysia:
Cyzicus, 526.
Lampsacus, 529.
in Ionia:
Clazomenae, 567.
Colophon, 570.
Ephesus, 572.
Erythrae, 578.
Phocaea, 588.
Phygela, 590.
Teos, 595.
Islands of Caria:
Poseidium Carpathi, 631.
Ialysus Rhodi, 636.
Lindus Rhodi, 637.
in Phoencia:
Byblus, 791.
Ptolema´s-Ace, 793.
Sidon, 794 sq., 797.
Tyre, 799, 800.
Ptolemies, 846 sqq.
Seleucidae, 765 sqq.
in Judaea: Jerusalem, 806 sq.
in Egypt: Ptolemies, 846 sqq.
in Cyrenaica, 867, 868.
in Africa:
Carthage, 880.
Masinissa, 884.
Rhodian and Chian Standard (Staters, circ. 245-230 grs.)—
in Thrace and Macedon:
Aenus, 247.
Abdera, 253.
Thasos, 265.
Byzantium, 267, 268.
Mesembria, 278.
in Crete:
Arcadia, 459.
Hierapytna, 468.
in the Cyclades:
Andros, 482.
Carthaea, 488.
Naxos, 488.
Paros, 490.
Tenos, 498.
in Pontus: Amisus, 497.
in Bithynia: Calchedon, 512.
in Mysia:
Cyzicus, 526.
Parium, 581.
in Troas:
Abydus, 589.
Assus, 542.
Tenedos, 550.
in Aeolis:
Aegae, 552.
Lesbos (billon), 558.
in Ionia:
Ephesus, 578.
Erythrae, 578.
Magnesia, 582.
Miletus, 585.
Smyrna, 592.
Chios, 600.
in Caria:
Alabanda, 607.
Cnidus, 615.
Halicarnassus, 618.
Idyma, 621.
Satraps:
Hecatomnus, 629.
Mausolus, 629.
Hidrieus, 629.
Pixodarus, 630.
Orontobates, 680.
Tissaphernes, 597, 700.
Pharnabazus, 597.
Islands:
Calymna, 631.
Cos, 683.
Rhodus, 689.
in Lydia: Sardes, 656.
in Cilicia: Elaeusa, 734.
in Cyprus, 736 sqq.
in Syria:
Antiocheia ad Orontem, 778.
Laodiceia ad Mare, 781.
Seleuceia Pieria, 782.
in Phoenicia:
Aradus, 790.
Tripolis, 798.
in the East:
Satraps, 829.
Alexander in India, 834.
Seleucus and Antiochus, 835.
in Egypt: Ptolemy I, 848.
Samian Standard (Staters, circ. 205 grs.)—
Ephesus, 572, 575.
Samos, 603, 604.
Samian στατηρ πατριος (104 grs.), 603.
Scruple Standards (Scripulum, 17.56 grs.)—
Etruria, 12, 14, 15.
Rome, 18, 19.
Romano-Campanian (Capua), 32-34.
Tarentum, 56, 62.
Heracleia, 71, 73.
Thurium, 87.
Siglos (86.45 grs.), Persia, 826-828.
Silver Coins of Imperial times—Amisus, 497; Commune Bithyniae, 510; Ephesus, 576; Chios, 601; Aegeae Cil., 715, 716; Mopsuestia, 725; Seleuceia Cil., 727; Tarsus, 734; Elaeusa-Sebaste, 784; Cyprus, 746; Caesareia Cap., 752; Antiocheia ad Orontem, 778; Seleuceia Pieria, 788; Aradus, 790; Berytus, 791; Tyre, 800; Ascalon, 804.
Sinopian Standard, 507 (Staters, circ. 100-80 grs.).
Victoriatus, Saguntum, 5; Massalia, 7; Rome, 84; Thessaly, 311; Apollonia Illyr., 314; Dyrrhachium, 315; Epirus, 324.
Wheel, probably an agonistic type, Tarentum, 54.
Wheel, radiate, emblem of midday sun, Mesembria, 278.
Wind-god, Zephyris, Abonuteichus, 505.
Winged monsters, Lions, Bulls, Boars, &c., Lycia, 689 sqq.
Wrestlers, Aspendus, 700; Ariassus, 706; Etenna, 708; Selge, 711; Syedra, 729; Laodiceia ad Mare, 782.
Wolf, symbol of Apollo Lykios, Argos, 487; symbol of River Lykos, Colossae, 670.


X.

Xenarchos, the philosopher, Seleuceia Cil., 727.
Xenophon, the physician, Cos, 684.
Xoanon of Dionysos Φαλλην, Methymna, 561.


Y.

Youth riding on goat, Himera, 145.


Z.

Zakynthos, son of Dardanos, Zacynthus, 429.
Zakyhthos, infant, fondling serpents, Zacynthus, 429, 430.
Zebu, Pharnaceia, 498.
Zeno-Poseidon, Mylasa, 622.
Zenonidae family, Laodlceia Phr., 679.
Zephyris, Wind-god, Abonuteichus, 505.
Zeus, birth of (Διος γοναι), Tralles, 661.
Zeus, infant, and Korybantes, Seleuceia Cil., 728.
Zeus, infant, suckled by cow, Praesus, 475; by goat, Aegium, 418; Aezanis, 664.
Zeus, infant, nymph hording, Crete, Province, 479.
Zeus, infant, seated on globe, Crete, Province, 479.
Zeus, marriage with Io (Ειους γαμοι), Tralles, 661.
Zeus and Hera (?), bifrontal heads of, Tenedos, 551.
Zeus with giants beneath his feet, Acmoneia, 663; Bruzus, 668.
Zeus of Leochares, Athens, 390.
Zeus—
Agoraeos, Crete, Province, 479.
Aenesios, Proni, 428.
Aetnaeos, Aetna-Catana, 131, 132.
Akraeos, Gomphi, 295; Magnetes Thes., 300; Temnus, 557; Magnesia Ion., 583; Smyrna, 994.
Amarios or Homagyrios, Achaean League, 416 sq.
Ammon, Metapontum, 77; Catana, 185; Aphytis, 210; Cassandreia, 218; Arcadia Cretae, 458; Cnossus, 462; Tenos, 498; Cyzicus, 524; Lampsacus, 530; Pitane, 537; Thymbra, 550; Mytilene, 559, 562; Nisyros, 635; Lycia, 690; Cyprus, 745; Alexandreia, 862; Cyrena´ca, 865 sqq.; Juba I, 885; Melos, 892.
Aphesios, Achaean League, 416 sq.
Areios, Hydisus, 620.
Aristaeos, Ceos, 483.
Aseis, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
Askraeos, Halicarnassus, 619.
Boulaeos, Mytilene, 562; Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608.
Bozios, Hierapolis Phr., 676.
Chrysaoreus, Ceramus, 614; Stratoniceia, 624.
Diktaeos, Itanus, 470; Praesus, 475, 476.
Dodonaeos, Amantia, 318; Dyrrhachium, 315; Pandosia Epiri, 321; Alexander of Epirus, 322, 324; Pyrrhus, 323, 324.
Dodonaeos and Dione, Amantia, 318; Epirus, 319, 324; Cassope, 320.
Eleutherios, Metapontum, 77; Sicily, 117; Aetna, 119; Agyrium, 125; Alaesa, 126; Eryx, 189; Syracuse, 179, 182.
Epibemios, Siphnos, 491.
Epikourios, Alabanda, 607.
Eumenes, Tralles, 659.
Euromeus, Euromus, 617.
Hagios, Tripolis Phoen., 799.
Hellenios, Syracuse, 180, 188.
Hyetios, Ephesus, 577.
Idaeos, Crete, Province, 479; Ilium, 547; Scepsis, 549.
Ikmaeos, Ceos, 483.
Ithomatas, Messene, 431, 432; Thuria, 433.
Kapetolios, Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 608; Alexandreia, 862; temple of, Kings of Bosporus, 505.
Karios, Stratoniceia, 624.
Karpodotes, Prymnessus, 683.
Kasios, Corcyra, 328; Seleuceia Pieria, 783.
Kataebates, Cyrrhus, 777.
Kelaeneus, Apameia Phr., 666, 667.
Keraunios, Seleuceia Pieria, 788.
Koryphaeos, Philadelpheia, 655.
Kretagenes, Hierapytna, 469; Polyrhenium, 471; Crete, Province, 479.
Labrandeus or Labraundos, Amyzon, 608; Ceramus, 614; Euromus, 617; Mylasa, 622; Satraps of Caria, 629 sq.
Laodikeus, Apollonia Salbace, 610; Appia, 668; Cadi, 668; Colossae, 670; Dionysopolis, 671; Hierapolis Phr., 675 sq.; Hydrela, 677; Hyrgaleis, 677; Laodiceia Phr., 679; SynaŘs, 685; Temenothyrae, 687; Trajanopolis, 688.
Laphystios, Halus, 295, 296.
Larasios, Tralles, 659, 661.
Litaeos, Nicaea, 517.
Lydios, Apollonos-hieron, 648; Bageis, 648; Daldis, 650; Maeonia, 652; Magnesia Lyd., 652; Philadelpheia, 655; Sala, 656; Sardell, 656, 657; Tripolis Lyd., 661.
Lykaeos, Arcadia, 444; Beraea, 448; Megalopolis, 450.
Megistos, Canata, 786.
Melēnos, DorylaŰum, 672.
Monnitios or Mone´tios, Malla, 472.
Na´os, Epirus, 325.
Nemeios, Alexandreia, 862.
Olbios, Olba, 726.
Olympios, Bipponium, 100; Chalcis, 359; Athens, 390; Elis, 420 sqq., 426; Prusa, 517; Ephesus, 577; Smyrna, 594; Briula, 649; Maeonia, 652; Alexandreia, 862.
Osiris, Myndus, 628.
Osogoa, Mylasa, 622.
Ouranios, Antiochus VIII, 770.
Ourios (Strategos), Syracuse, 186.
Παις, archaic statue of, by Ageladas, Aegium, 418.
Panamaros, Stratoniceia, 624, 625.
Pandemos, Synnada, 686.
Patrios, Sa´tta, 655.
Philios, Pergamum, 586; Thyatira, 659.
Ploutodotes, Nysa, 654.
Polieus, Telos, 642.
Potēos, Dionysopolis, 671.
Salaminios, Cyprus, 746.
Sarapis, Sinope, 509; Hermocapelia, 651; Tripolis Lyd., 661; Temenothyrae, 687; Alexandreia, 862.
Solymeus, Isinda, 708; Termessus, 712.
Sosipolis, Magnesia Ion., 892.
Soter, Agrigentum, 124; Galaria, 189.
Strategos and Bera, Amastris, 506.
Stratios, Amasia, 496; Ceramus, 614; Mylasa, 622.
Sykasios, Camirus, 686.
Syrgastes, Tium, 518.
Tallaeos, Olus, 472.
Tro´os, Hierapolis Phr, 676.
Velchanos, Phaestus, 478.
Zodiac, Perintbus, 271; Amastris, 506; Nicaea, 517; Tium, 518; Ptolema´s-Ace, 794; Sidon, 798.
Zodiacal types, Commagene, 775, 776; Antiocheia ad Orontem, 779; Edessa Mesop., 815; Nisibis, 815; Rhesaena, 815; Singara, 815; Alexandreia, 863.