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Teuthis and teuthus, the difference be-
Thais, a courtesan, causes the destruc-
Thales the Milesian cited, 119.
Theagenes the athlete, voracity of, 650.
Thebais, wine of the, 55; passage from
Themiso cited, 371.
Themiso the Cyprian, 455.
Themistagoras the Ephesian cited, 1087.
Theocritus the Chian cited, 864.
Theocritus the Syracusan cited, 81, 138,
Theodectes of Phaselus cited, 712, 717.
Theodorus of Hierapolis cited, 650, 651,
Theodorus the Larissean, a water drinker,
Theodote, a courtesan, buries Alcibiades,
Theognetus cited, 173, 982, 1071.
Theognis cited, 487, 498, 676, 722, 823,
Theolytus cited, 464, 749.
Theophilus the comic writer cited, 158,
Theophrastus cited, 30, 36, 52, 53, 57,
83, 113, 130, 137, 142, 234, 235, 241,
Thericlean cup, 749; distinguished from
Thermopotis, a kind of drinking cup,
Theseus, enigmatic description of the
Thracians, dances of the, 25; banquets,
Thrasylaus, pleasant madness of, 888.
Thrasymachus of Chalcedon cited, 655.
Thucydides cited, 37, 180, 299, 302, 763.
Thys, the Paphlagonian king, a great
Tibur, wine of, 43.
Tilphossa, fountain of, 66.
Timachidas the Rhodian cited, 52, 87,
Timæus cited, 56, 61, 263, 297, 393, 415,
Timarchus cited, 802.
Timea, wife of Agis of Sparta, seduced
by Alcibiades, 856.
Timocrates, a friend of Athenæus, 1.
Timolaus the Theban, his intemperance,
Timomachus cited, 1019.
Timon and Lacydes at a drinking match,
Timotheus of Athens, the son of a
Timotheus of Miletus cited, 202, 382,
734; accused of corrupting the ancient
Tinachidas of Rhodes wrote on feasts,
Tindium, temple of, in Egypt, 1085.
Tithenidia, festival of, 225.
Titormus, a great eater, 650.
Torpedo, the, 493.
Trachurus, the, 513.
Tragedy, invention of, 65.
Tragelaphus, a drinking cup, 742, 800.
Trichias, or trichis, a fish, said to be at-
Trinkets, golden, proscribed by Lycur-
Tripod, the cup of Bacchus, 62; a musi-
Trireme, house at Agrigentum, why so
Trojan war, its cause, 896.
Trumpeter, Herodorus, the, 653.
279, 283, 468, 627, 630, 806, 986, 1024.
Turnips, 581; the food of Manius Cro-
Turtle-doves, 620, 622.
Tyrrhenians, luxury of the, 829.
UDDER, a dish made of, 629, 1050.
Ulysses, voracity of, 649; his love of
Umbrians, the, given to luxury, 844.
Unmixed wines, 673, 1107.
Uppianus the Tyrian, a Deipnosophist, 2.
VARRO cited, 258.
Venus Callipyge, temple dedicated to,
Venus Hetæra, 913.
Venus the Prostitute, 915.
Voracity ascribed to Hercules, 648.
Wars, the greatest, occur on account of
Washing hands, 644; use of perfumes,
Water and water-drinkers, 66; various
Willow, or osier, garlands of, 1072,
Wine, origin of the name, 57; praises of,
Women said to be fond of drinking, 696;
Words, dissertations on the use of parti-
XANTHUS the Lydian cited, 546, 654,
Xenarchus cited, 105, 356, (poetic ver-
sion, 1141,) 501, 578, 659, 671, 680, 696,
Xenocrates cited, 288.
Xenocrates the Chalcedonian, his lazi-
Xenophanes of Chalcedon wrote drinking
Xenophanes of Colophon cited, 89, 580,
Xenophon cited, 25, 34, 37, 48, 80, 118,
YOUNG wives, caution against marrying,
ZACYNTHIAN wine, 54.
Zacynthians, the, inexperienced in war,
Zaleucus, his law against drunkenness,
Zariadres and Odatis, story of, 919.
Zeno the Citiæan, his excuse for bad
Zoïlus the grammarian, a Deipnoso-
Zopyra, a drunken woman, 697.
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