An island of the Cyclades. Bk V:250-293.
Bk VII:453-500. Not allied to Crete.
The underworld, the kingdom of Dis. Bk IV:416-465.
The Kids, two stars in Auriga the Charioteer, treated as a constellation by the ancients. See Erichthonius. Bk XIV:698-771.
The ancient name for Thessaly. Bk I: 568-587. Bk V:294-331.
Bk II:63-89. Used as an adjective for the constellation Sagittarius the Archer, the zodiacal sign formed when the Thessalian centaur Chiron was placed among the stars by Zeus.
Bk VII:159-178. The parents of the Argonauts are Haemonians.
Bk VIII:777-842. The land of Erysichthon.
Bk XI:221-265. Thetis’s cave is on its shores.
Bk XI:346-409. The land of Acastus, king of Iolchos.
Bk XI:650-709. Trachin in Haemonia.
Bk XII:210-244. The country of Caeneus and Pirithoüs.
Thessalian, from Haemonia.
Bk VII:100-158. Used of Jason.
Bk XII:64-145. Used of Achilles.
A mountain in Thrace. Bk II:201-226.
Bk VI:70-102. Supposed to be a mortal turned into a mountain for assuming the name of a great god.
Bk X:1-85. Orpheus flees there after losing Eurydice a second time.
A companion of Phineus from Bactria, killed by Perseus. Bk V:107-148.
One of the Lapithae. Bk XII:429-535.
A Lycian, killed by Ulysses. Bk XIII:123-381.