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Anaximenes, 185, historian of Alexander; 427, orator of the 4th century B.O.
Ancients, 111. Andocides, 855, 357, 859 : Attic orator, circa 445-after 891 b.o.
Andocides, grandfather of the orator, 855. Andron, an Athenian, 858. Andronicus,
Deinarchus,"407, 447 : Attic orator, before 343-after 292 B.O. Deinias, 399 : gave
land for stadium. Deinocrates, father of Cleombrotus, 407. Delian ship, 97.
Delians, 445. Delivery, 419. Del os, 395. Delphi, seat of the famous oracle, 13,
Attic orator and philosopher, 486-338 B.C. Isthmian festival, 11. Italiote Greeks,
33. Italy, 95, 368. Ixion, 39: tried to seduce Hera, and was bound by Zeus upon a
fiery wheel. Jason, Thessalian ruler, 259, probably Jason of Pherae, 4th century ...
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