8THE TABLE

9Chapter 1
How Antiochus committed incest with his own daughter, and beheaded such as sued unto her for marriage, if they could not resolve his questions.
10Chapter 2
How Apollonius arriving at Antiochia, resolved the King's question; and how Taliarchus was sent to slay him.
11Chapter 3
How Taliarchus, not finding Apollonius at Tyrus, departeth joyfully; and Apollonius arriving at Tharsus, relieveth the city with victual.
12Chapter 4
How Apollonius departing from Tharsus by the persuasion of Stranguilio and Dionisiades his wife, committed shipwreck, and was relieved by Altistrates, King of Pentapolis.
13Chapter 5
How Lucina, King Altistrates' daughter, desirous to hear Apollonius' adventures, fell in love with him.
14Chapter 6
How Apollonius is made schoolmaster to Lucina; and how she preferreth the love of him above all the nobility of Pentapolis.
15Chapter 7
How Apollonius was married to the Lady Lucina, and hearing of King Antiochus' death, departeth with his wife towards his own country of Tyrus.
16Chapter 8
How fair Lucina died in travail of child upon the sea, and being thrown into the water, was cast on land at Ephesus, and taken home by Cerimon a Physician.
17Chapter 9
How Lucina was restored to life by one of Cerimon the Physician's scholars; and how Cerimon adopted her to his daughter, and placed her in the Temple of Diana.
18Chapter 10
How Apollonius arriving at Tharsus, delivereth his young daughter Tharsia unto Stranguilio and Dionisiades to be brought up, and how the Nurse, lying in her death-bed declareth unto Tharsia who were her parents.
19Chapter 11
How after the death of Ligozides the Nurse, Dionisiades, envying at the beauty of Tharsia, conspired her death, which should have been accomplished by a villein of the country.
20Chapter 12
How certain Pirates rescued Tharsia when she should have been slain, and carried her unto the city Machilenta, to be sold among other bondslaves.
21Chapter 13
How the Pirates which stole away Tharsia, brought her to the city Machilenta, and sold her to a common bawd; and how she preserved her virginity.
22Chapter 14
How Tharsia withstood a second assault of her virginity, and by what means she was preserved.
23Chapter 15
How Apollonius coming to Tharsus, and not finding his daughter, lamented her supposed death, and taking ship again, was driven to Machilenta where Tharsia was.
24Chapter 16
How Athanagoras Prince of Machilenta seeing the beauty of Apollonius' ship, went aboard of it, and did the best to comfort him.
25Chapter 17
How Athanagoras sent for Tharsia, to make her father Apollonius merry, and how, after long circumstance they came into knowledge one of another.
26Chapter 18
How Apollonius leaving off mourning, came into the city Machilenta, where he commanded the bawd to be burned, and how Tharsia was married unto Prince Athanagoras.
27Chapter 19
How Apollonius, meaning to sail into his own country by Tharsus, was commanded by an Angel in the night to go to Ephesus, and there to declare all his adventures in the church with a loud voice.
28Chapter 20
How Apollonius came to the knowledge of his wife, the Lady Lucina; and how they rejoiced at the meeting of each other.
29Chapter 21
How Apollonius departed for Ephesus and sailed himself, his wife, his son and daughter unto Antiochia, and then to Tyrus, and from thence to Tharsus, where he revenged himself upon Stranguilio and Dionisiades.
30Chapter 22
How Apollonius sailed from Tharsus to visit his father-in-law Altistrates, King of Pentapolis, who died not long after Apollonius coming thither.
31Chapter 23
How Apollonius rewarded the fishermen that relieved him after he had suffered shipwreck: how he dealt also with old Calamitus, and likewise with the Pirates that stole away Tharsia.
32Chapter 24
How Apollonius had a young son and heir by his wife Lucina likewise of Apollonius' age, and how he died, with some other accidents thereunto incident.