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(p. 505) Index Locorum Antiquorum

(p. 505) Index Locorum Antiquorum

Adespota Comica K-A 1062 296
K-A 1086.9–10 296
Aelian
Historical Miscellany 3.9–23 405
Aelius Aristides
On Rome 402
Aeschines 1.122–24 317
1.129 311, 317
2.124.3 56n14
2.144–45 311, 317
Aeschylus
Agamemnon 1–21 288
160–83 288
163–67 288
168–72 288
173–75 288
176–78 288
462–66 292
761–62 291
1485–88 290
Eumenides 322 290
416 290
417 290
490–565 290
526–28 292
530–31 292
550–52 291
553–65 292
640–41 8
640–44 319
640–48 289
644–46 284
745 290
792 290
844 290
902 293
903–12 291
930–37 290
951–52 290
961–62 290
974–75 293
990–95 290, 291
1000 289
1033 290
fr. 44 289
fr. 281a “the Dike play” 10 291
11–12 291
15 291
17 291
19–23 291
24–25 291
Glaucus of Potniae 280
Libation Bearers 471–75 293
750–62 288
949–51 291
Persians 280
Phineus 280
Prometheus Bound (Prometheus Desmotes)
1–2 284
35 285
64–65 285
88–92 285
90 283
110–11 286
163–65 283
190–92 285
209–10 283, 285
209–13 283
214–15 283
216–21 283
231–36 284
248–50 285
252–54 285
347–72 286
442–506 286
456–58 286
459–66 286
467–68 286
478–83 286
484–95 286
496–99 286
500–503 286
515–25 286
588 286
613 283
640–86 286
674 286
700–876 286
746–48 286
755–70 284
771–74 284
824–25 286
824–43 286
848–49 286
853–68 286
853–69 284
871–73 284
873–74 285
907–40 286
1026–29 285
1091 283
Prometheus Pyrkaeus (Fire-Kindler) =? Prometheus Pyrphoros (Fire-Bearer)
fr. 187a 280, 281
fr. 188 281
fr. 188a 281
fr. 189 281
fr. 204b 281
fr. 205 280, 281
fr. 207 281
fr. 207a 281
fr. 208 280
fr. 208a 280, 281
fr. 369 281
Prometheus Unbound (Prometheus Lyomenos)
fr. 193 287
fr. 200 287
fr. 201 287
Psychostasia (The Weighing of Souls) 287
Suppliants 87 292
93–95 292
1018–29 289
1030–31 289
1031–33 289
1034–42 289
1048–49 292
1057–58 292
1061 292
1062–73 292
Alcaeus fr. 34 193
fr. 347 V 262, 266
Antiphanes
Theogony 296
Amos 1:1 147
Apollodorus
[Library] 1.6.1–3 232
2.5.4 285
2.5.11 285
Apuleius,
[de Mundo] 37 240n14
Aratus
Phaenomena 1 335
158–59 383
637–46 334
768–72 335
783–87 332
Archilochus fr. 118 193
fr. 5 306
Aristophanes
Acharnians 61–90 302
530–35 296–97
1062 302
Assemblywomen 302–303
Banqueters fr. 239 306
Birds 465–538 297
469–78 298
(p. 507) 521–616 298
685–92 298
685–736 297
689 298
692 298
693–703 228
708–18 297
1193 298
Babylonians 301
Clouds (Nubes) 905 8, 319
Frogs 98–107 307
356 306
674 306
686 306
959 307
1009–10 306–7
1030–36 307
fr. 275.4 298
Fry Cooks (Tagenistai) 302
Knights 225–29 300
400 305
510–11 301
520–50 301
526–36 305
836 283
Peace 228–30 306
242–47 306
729–818 306
775–817 306
1127–90 306
1265–1304 306
Wasps 1022 306
1028 306
1033 301
Wealth 32–38 299
87–92 299
Aristotle
[Athenaion Politeia] 2.2 193
5.2 193
5.3 193
6 193
7 193
9 193
10.1 193
11.1 193
12.4 199
12.5 193
Constitution of the Orchomenians fr. 8.44.565 Rose 359n3
Eudemian Ethics 1235a10–11 359n4
[De Mundo] 401a25 240n14
Hesiodic Problems 345
History of Animals 553b11 56n14
601b2 359n3
Homeric Problems 345
Metaphysics 983b28–32 359n4
984b28 345, 359n3
986b22–23 216
989a10 359n3
1000a 7
1000a9 345, 359n3, 359n4
1000a9–10 125
1071b 228
1076a 472
1091b 234
Nicomachean Ethics 1095b9 359n3
1153b27–28 317
On the Generation of Animals 763b31 359n4
On the Heavens 298b28 345, 359n3
298b29 359n4
Physics 203b15 359n4
208b29 359n3
208b29–31 345
208b31 359n3
213b1 359n4
1447b18–20 359n4
1451a 83
1459a–b 83
Politics 1252b10 359n3
1312b4 359n3
Problems in Archilochus 345
Problems in Choerilus 345
Problems in Euripides 345
Rhetoric 1375b 316
1388a17 359n3
Athenaeus
The Learned Banqueters 2.63a 401
3.101f 401
3.115a–b 401
5.186f 399
6.267e–270a 301
10.426c 399
(p. 508) 11.498a–b 401
11.782a 399
14.62 311
14.653d 399
Athenagoras
Pro Christianis (Embassy on Behalf of the Christians) 18 234
18.4 229
20 234
20.3 232
24.6 407
Ba‘al Cycle BM 132834 64
KTU3/CAT I.3 iii 22–23 64
Babrius
Proem 1 405
Callimachus
Aetia 1.1–6 330
1.24 332
fr. 1.21–22 Pf. 388
fr. 2.1–2 Pf. 381
Bk 3 331
Epigram 27 332
Hymn 2 108–9 378
110–12 378
Iambus 2 405
Pinakes 329
Certamen Homeri et Hesiodi §1 397
§9 303
§13 5, 127, 304, 311, 379
§14 397
§15 303
§18 139n1
Chrysippus
On How One Should Listen to Poems 353
On Poems 353
Cleanthes
On Homer 353
Hymn to Zeus 18–19 355
121 355
Clearchus
fr. 92 Wehrli 154n2
Clement of Alexandria
Exhortation to the Greeks (Protrepticus) 1.3 407, 443n1
2.15 232
2.41.1 407
10.90.2 407
10.90.3 406
12.118.3 406
fr. 9A Matelli 348
Homilies 6.3–4 229
The Instructor 406
Miscellanies (Stromata) 1.21.117.4 396
1.29.181.6 407
4.2.5.2 407
5.14.100.3 408
6.2.26.2 240n5
Crates
Beasts 301
Cratinus
Archilochus and Company (Archilochoi) fr. 2 303
Cheirons fr. 253 306
fr. 258 297
fr. 259 297
Wealth Gods (Ploutoi) fr. 171 283, 301
Wine Flask fr. 203 305
Damascius
De Principiis 57 240n11
123–24 226
Demetrius Lacon
On Poems 350
Demosthenes 19.240–41 317
19.243 311, 317
Derveni Commentator
Derveni Papyrus
7.4–7 8, 240n3
8.4 240n4
11.1 240n4
13.3 240n14
22.13 232
Dicaearchus
Life of Greece 347
Dio Chrysostom
Euboean Oration 7.110–11 401
7.399 401
Oration on Envy 77 397
77.5 399
78 397
Oration on Fortune 64.8 400
Oration on Homer 53.1 348
Oration on Kingship 2.12 398
Diogenes Laertius 1.5 240n2
1.12 303
1.57 314
5.92 348
7.4 353
7.175 353
9.18 126
10.2 349
10.27 350
10.121 350
Dionysius of Halicarnassus
De Compositione Verborum 6.114 92
De Imitatione 2.2 92
Institutio Oratoria 10.1.52 92
12.10.58–59 92
Ecclesiastes 3:1–2 372
18a 435
Empedocles
On Nature F 35 D–K 299
Enûma Eliš 144
Epaphroditus
Commentary on the Shield fr. 45 White 348
Etymologicum Gudianum 422
Epicharmus
Hebe's Wedding / Muses fr. 39 296
fr. 47 296
fr. 59 296
Prometheus or Pyrrha fr. 113 284
fr. 120 284
Epicurus
fr. 43 Arrighetti 349
fr. 89 Arrighetti 349
On Nature 344, 349
Eudemus
fr. 150 Wehrli 347
Eupolis
Golden Race fr. 302 302
Euripides
Bacchae 298–301 305
Cyclops 698–700 282
702–3 282
Hypsipyle fr. 758ab 299
Telephus 297
Eusebius
Preparation for the Gospel 3.1.1 240n3
3.8.2 241n14
14.4.15 408
Genesis 8:22 372
Hermippus
Moirai fr. 42 296
fr. 49 296
fr. 50 296
Herodotus 1.5 118
1.59–64 240n12
2.53 225
5.57 36
5.59 36
5.67.1 143
5.77 36
Hesiod
[Aegimus] 401
[Astronomy] 401
[Bird Omens] 97
[Catalogue of Women]
(p. 510) fr. 1.5 MW 389
fr. 1.5–7 MW 389
fr. 2 MW 284
fr. 5.4 MW 389
fr. 22.5–6 MW 390
fr. 31 MW 390
fr. 42 MW 257
fr. 75 MW 390
fr. 196–204 MW 379, 390
fr. 211 MW, 10 258
fr. 211.3 MW 139n3
Other fragments
fr. 176.4 MW 139n3
fr. 253.3 MW 389
fr. 283.3 MW 130
fr. 294.3 MW 111
fr. 296.2 MW 130
fr. 357 MW 3, 127, 153
[The Marriage of Ceyx] 401
[Melampodia] F 278 303
[Precepts of Chiron] 97, 306
[Shield of Herakles] 152–53 449
390 415
465 253
Theogony
1 66, 68, 109, 131, 146
1–15 84, 109
1–21 66
1–34 65
1–115 4, 61
2 111
4 111
5 178, 334
8 178, 184
7–8 178
10 65, 66, 68, 131, 154n7, 178
11 63, 109, 131, 134
11–15 98
11–21 98, 114
13 63, 134
14 134
15 134
16 131, 253
16–19 98
16–33 212
17 245
18 89, 131
20 98, 131, 244
21 66, 68, 112, 130
22 65, 67, 68, 69, 71, 169, 366, 381, 388
22–26 179
22–34 66, 67, 132, 154n7, 334, 366, 402
22–35 17, 19, 82, 381
23 44, 414
23–26 177
24–25 149, 391n9
24–27 69
25 63, 67, 68
25–28 489
26 72n9, 158, 167, 168, 178
26–28 471
26–34 298
27 407, 468
27–28 64, 82, 177, 184, 218, 468
29 63
29–34 69
30–31 82, 490
31 67, 68, 132, 187n5
31–32 65, 82
31–33 217
31–34 68, 70, 109
32 67, 68, 109, 121, 407
33 67, 68, 68, 112, 130
34 67, 68, 68, 109
35 61, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 71, 71n1, 72n7, 72n10, 73n19, 74n34
35–36 69
35–74 132
36 64, 65, 67, 68, 70, 71, 109
36–52 66, 67
37 111
37–39 69
38 67, 68, 109, 121
39 67, 68, 111
39–43 65–66
40 111
40–41 74n27
41 65
42 111
42–48 69
43 67, 68
44 67, 68, 111
44–45 133
44–46 98
44–52 98, 147
45 109
45–50 110
46 130
47 129
47–49 98, 114
47–74 84
48 67, 68, 132
48–49 236
50 233
50–52 98
51 69, 86, 111
51–52 69
52 67, 68
52 ff. 205n2
53–79 205n3
54 69, 70
55 70
56 89
56–57 110
57 265
58–59 110
63 86
63–71 86
65 68
65–72 219
66 90, 111
66–67 212
67 68, 90, 111
68–71 147
68–72 66
71–74 114, 132
71–75 147
73 90
73–75 276n3
74 212
74–75 148
75–79 86
76 254
77 90
77–79 99, 218
79 254
80–82 52
80–92 132, 168
80–93 2, 52, 92, 144, 147, 464
80–94 205n3
80–97 178
81–93 306, 337
81–98 401
82 168
84–87 52
88 168
89–90 449
91–92 52
93–97 132
96 52
96–97 401
98–103 193, 456
100 179
103 129
104 178
104–11 298
104–15 98, 104, 105n3, 217
105 130
105–7 220n6
105–8 210
105–10 210
106 98, 109
106–201 113
107 98
108 210, 218, 220n6
108–10 98
111 98, 117, 220n5
112 103, 148
112–13 98, 100
113 103
114 148
115 110, 111, 329
116 110, 210, 213, 217, 298, 329, 345
116–20 345, 347, 353
116–22 210
116–23 230, 442
116–25 135
116–33 209, 218, 220n5, 220n7, 220n8
116–210 113
117 220n5
118 111, 220n5
118–119 220n5
120 220n5
120–22 193, 386
121–22 89, 391n17
(p. 512)
122 111
123–25 211
124 117
124–25 219
124–36 230
126–32 100
126–33 211
126–50 100
126–87 485
131 135
132–38 100
132–87 289
133 246
133–38 244
134–36 257
135 285
137 89
138 105n4, 117
139–53 100, 105n4
140 93n4
141 114
143 117
149–53 106n6
154 105n4
154–210 101
154–81 101
155–56 103
156 117
159 389, 461
164–66 151
165 120
170–72 151
174–92 449
176–82 321
177–78 381
180 89, 117
181 120
183–85 233
183–87 101
184 117
185 290
185–87 135
188 89
188–93 485
188–206 101, 113
190–206 101, 135, 289
191 112
194 184
201–6 289
203–4 148
207–10 101
210 120
211–25 101, 135, 219
211–32 99, 230
213 290
215 135
216 439
217–24 290
218 91
223 91
224–25 439
225 91
225–30 90
225–32 151
226 87, 91, 122n4
226–31 480
226–32 87, 139n7, 219
227 87
228 87
229 87, 91, 135
230 87, 205n5
233 135
233–36 87, 248
235 139n8
240 129, 491
240–41 249
240–64 136, 440
242 248
243 112
243–62 99
244 245
262 139n8
263–64 148
270–336 100
277 112
280 136
285–401 285
286 89
286–403 102
289 39
289–332 92n1
290 136
295–323 439
305 112
306 440
310 136
314–19 39
316–18 136
325 136
332 39, 136
336 129
337–63 136, 244
337–70 133, 440
338 245
338–63 296
340 246
346–70 99
353 245
361 101
362 148
363–70 136, 244
373 175
375 175
376 129
383–88 473
383–403 92n1, 101
383–452 237
384–403 137
385 89
388 90
389 137
389–90 103
389–400 184
395–96 237
399 114
400 139n3
401 90
406–408 257
411–13 114
411–52 92n1, 137, 184
416–20 111
425 137
453–58 102
453–67 296
454 256
457 89, 129
457–58 83, 84, 114
459–506 102
461–65 120
461–470 135
468 129
472 120
485 70
486 130
488–91 114
497 120
498–500 112
499 21
501–6 92n1
504–6 114
506–25 102
506–34 99, 100
507–616 279
511 89
511–14 280
517–20 286
519 111
520 89, 148
520–616 92n1
521 89
521–25 280
521–616 214
524 112
526–32 287
526–34 106n5, 280
527–34 136
534–34 39
535 106n6, 389
535–36 103, 279
535–60 453
535–68 280
535–616 99, 100, 102
536–41 280
537 133
540–41 404
544 137
545 89
546 89
548 130
548–49 151
550–52 280
551 137
552 137
556–57 113, 280
559 89
559–60 151
(p. 514)
561 89
561–611 137
562–64 113, 280
562–69 113
563 111
565–67 280
566 111
570 182
570–89 243, 280
571–72 282
573 182
574–75 182
575 182
575–806 92n1
578 184
578–84 21
581 182
585 89, 175, 182, 183, 434
585–89 182, 482
587 182
589 175, 183
590–612 113, 280
591 175, 183
592 91, 183
594–602 183
594–612 391n12
603–7 183
603–12 175
608 175, 185
613 280, 292, 336
616 112
617–86 137, 237
617–720 283
617–725 100
617–728 103
617–735 233
621–884 486
624–28 233
625–26 280
633 130
638 441
641 359n6
644–53 151
651 89
653 211
655–63 151
659 211
664 130
686 486
687–89 440
687–720 120, 137
702–5 120
707 93n4
710 486
711–20 137
713–21 488
718 488
720–25 210
721 211
726–28 220n10
728–35 104
729 210, 211
729–819 104
731 211
736 211
736–39 220n10
739 211, 220n5
740 210
742 211
742–44 298
745–47 104
747 111
748–50 442
748–57 219, 220
767–69 256
775–76 88, 92n4
775–804 245
775–806 104
778–80 245
780 256
782–804 136
782–83 90
784 256
789 247
794 111
801 129
805 88, 92n4
807 211
811 211
814 210
815–19 104
817–19 237
820–35 440
(p. 515) 820–68 137
820–80 64, 104, 233
820–85 300
824 121n1
826 73n15
829–35 270
839–41 271
843 389
844–49 271–72
848 389
853–68 272–73, 274
854 93n4
860 276
861–67 425
868 271, 300
869 113, 440
873–74 205n2
878–79 205n2
881–85 83, 104, 276n3
883–85 82, 114
885 212
886–900 137, 263, 284
886–929 104, 359n7
886–944 214
888–900 264
889–90 220n12
891–94 120
893 130
895 116
896 212, 441
897 116, 130
898 116
899 89, 116
900 85, 184, 220n9
900–901 252
900–902 178
901 264
901–2 89, 199, 212
901–3 88, 118, 439
901–4 263
901–6 134, 253
901–29 137
902 91, 93n4, 205n5, 219
902–3 264
903 366
904 89
904–5 252
906 184
907–10 439
907–9 245, 252
912 184
914 89
915 70
915–17 178
921–24 253
922 93n4, 253
923 130
925–26 486
928 90
930–62 104
933–37 253
937 253
943 39
945–46 250
949 112
950–54 253
950–55 39, 92n2
954 233
955 112
959 248
963–1020 104, 386
965 129
969 129
975–83 439
982–83 39
993 130
1001–2 258
1002 258
1004 129
1006–7 257
1013 71
1017 129
1020–22 104
1021–22 385
Works and Days
1–2 68
1–3 369
1–8 339n9
1–10 82, 339n9
1–201 417
1–380 369
2 111, 169
3–4 290
(p. 516)
3–8 111
5–7 114, 335
5–8 111, 441
5–9 355
6 296
6–7 400
7 169, 194, 355, 438
7–8 198
9–10 145, 370
10 70, 82, 163, 169, 177, 331, 381
11–12 161
11–13 151
11–24 406
11–26 20, 89, 138, 219
11–36 292
12–13 161
12–16 111
12–26 454
13 162
14 367
14–16 162
17–19 162
18–19 138, 365
20–105 391n21
21–26 434
22 365
25 47, 172n6, 397, 400
27–29 161
27–39 50
27–42 17
28 164
28–29 179
29 164
29–34 53
30 164
30–34 116
31 164
32 364
32–38 299
33 164, 197, 364
33–41 138
35–36 468
35–39 50, 179
35–41 177
37 145
37–38 145
37–39 149
37–41 19
39 145, 160, 170, 366, 468
40 162, 212, 214, 434
40–41 162, 435
41 400
42 138, 364, 365, 408
42–44 116
42–104 214
42–105 279
43–44 364
45 48
46 364
47 138, 365
47–50 113
47–52 280
47–89 435
48 438
50 138, 365
52 69
54–55 180
56–58 180
60–61 182
60–62 408
60–89 243
61–62 184
61–82 299
62 184
63–64 183
65 184
66 183
67 138
67–68 175, 183
69–105 138
70–71 282
73–74 184
74 183
77–79 175, 181
78 480
83 214
85–89 400
86–88 280
90 113
90–93 91
90–104 480
90–105 113
91–92 181, 193
94–104 183
95 138
96–136 339n9
96–99 285
100 113
100–1 398
100–104 442
101 400, 415
101–4 449
105 173n22, 280, 292
106 167
106–7 167
106–80 235
106–201 117, 179, 182, 199, 405
107 167
108 130, 138, 235
109–10 117
109–19 288
109–20 301, 446
109–76 138
109–201 97, 299, 339n9, 384
110–15 181
111 119
113 119
112–12 302
113–14 119
116 117, 119
116–18 301
117–18 365
118 119
120 365
121 117
121–26 138, 400
122–23 423, 439, 449, 451
122–26 117, 118
127–28 117
130–31 302
130–34 117
139 139n3
140 117
140–42 138, 400
141–42 117, 118
143–44 117
150–51 352, 384
151 119
156 117
156–7 301
156–60 130
156–76 467
157 281
157–58 117
161–65 32
166 117
166–73 138
167–73 117, 118
173a–c 284
173a–e 112
173d–e 117
174–75 82, 119, 199
174–76 118, 385
174–94 179
174–200 438
174–201 110
176–201 321, 330
176–79 321
177–78 199
179 199
180 117, 118, 119
180–201 284, 402
181 117
184 166
186 166
197–200 389
197–201 449
199–200 118
202 163, 168, 180, 399
202–12 71, 180, 329, 405
202–341 2
204 201
205 180
206 149
208 139, 180
212–16 202
213 167, 197, 200, 388
213–18 114
(p. 518)
213–320 203
213–326 194
216–17 400
217 197
217–18 289
217–24 138
219–27 389
220 172n17
220–21 198
220–24 449
220–27 389
220–62 339n9
221 172n8, 438
222 32
222–24 198
224 172n8, 199, 389
225 163, 199
225–26 198, 199
225–27 200
225–37 90, 138, 200, 291, 331
225–85 291
227 32, 90, 163
228–37 389
231 185, 365
235 185
236 185
238 200
238–47 200
240 163, 423
242 359n6
242–43 356, 400
243 163
245–47 449
248–49 163
248–51 150
248–66 469
248–73 179
249 170
251 382
252–55 138
253–54 198
254 198
255 359n6
256 292
256–57 323n9
257 139n3
258–60 172n17, 197
258–64 366
259 291
260 138, 197
261 163, 167
263 146, 169, 194, 198
263–64 163
264 179
265–66 115, 163
267 115, 201
267–69 170, 173n19, 199
267–73 401
268–69 87, 194, 201
269 170, 173n19
270–72 291
270–73 202, 299
271–73 138
273 291
274–75 167
274–80 6
274–85 317
275 167
276–78 162
276–80 407
279–81 200
280–81 291
282–83 162
284 198, 202, 435
285 167, 291
286 82, 166, 167, 173n19, 179
286–292 267
287–88 167
287–92 404
288 335
289 266
289–92 167, 315, 316, 317, 407
293–95 317
293–97 173n20, 336, 423
293–319 138
294 114
295 423
298–309 47
298–319 492
299 166
300 47
303–6 184
309 47
311 47, 374n12, 400
311–13 47
314–34 138
319 144
320 196, 197
320–26 292
321 201
321–26 47
323–25 196
324 196
325 292, 335
326 201
328–29 166
332 166
333–34 114, 406
341 371
342–43 399
347 144
348 359n6, 365, 399
349–51 49, 51
353–54 401
354–55 384
363 437
368 197
370 44
373–74 383
374 365
375 380
376–77 185
376–78 55n8
379 201
379–80 45
380 49
381–82 492
381–83 146
381–617 115
382 48
383 115, 365
383–84 117
383–92 5, 397
394–404 19
386 117
395 165
396 146
396–97 146
397 179
401–3 164
402 365
404 50
405–6 44, 351
406 351
410 399
410–12 383
410–413 492
412 268
414–19 115
414–617 97
422 115
430 364
436–37 45
442 423
445–46 44, 47
445–46
447 365
448 365
448–51 297
448–92 19
459 333
465–78 371
466 364
469 365
469–70 44
471–72 48
474 292
482 402
483–84 115, 116, 122n6, 173n22, 292, 336
488 292
491 87
492–503 492
493 47, 365
502–3 44
504–35 371
506 365
519–23 185
521 364
525 365
529–33 365
568–69 297
571 365
572–81 492
573 44
579 144
(p. 520)
580 365
581 365
582–88 116
582–89 193
585 182, 184, 365
588 183
588–608 371
589 183
591 44
593 197
596 399
597 44, 364
597–98 333
597–603 46
598 365
600–3 44
602 185
603–4 44
604 365
605 437
607–8 45
608 47
614 364
615 365
615–17 117
618–94 20, 115
619–22 383
619–29 297
622–29 48
624–26 48
624–28 283
626 56n12
629 48
630 116
630–32 48
633 177, 179
633–40 17
636 55n2, 160
637 201
639–40 31
640 24
641 70, 82, 146
643 48
643–45 48
646–49 381
646–62 262
647 50
650–57 48
650–59 303, 397
652 116
654–56 50
654–59 17, 33, 193, 243, 305, 366
655–62 127
656–57 3
657 50
660–62 170
661–62 82, 122n6, 173n22, 336
662 381, 388
665 116
689–90 48
690 56n15
692–93 48
694 115, 492
695 116
695–97 351
695–98 116, 382
695–764 115
696 351
697 116
699 380
699–701 382
706 373n6
709 166
709–10 172n16
718 130
721 434
727 71
727–32 401
746–47 423
753–55 317
756–828 97
763–64 316, 317
765 370
765–828 115, 296, 382
767 116
775 365
780–81 383
783–800 382
784 382
790–91 365
800 382
800–801 297
802–4 290
805–7 365
(p. 521) 824–26 116
825 144
Hippias of Elis 86 B 6 307
Hippocrates
De Aere, Aquis, et Locis 15.6 56n14
Homer
Iliad Bks. 1–2 419
1.1 69
1.1–4 426n14
1.1–7 61
1.8 61, 62
1.9 61
1.231 49
1.262–64 391n7
1.280 56n12
1.419 69
1.551 134
2.36 148
2.204 472
2.205–6 472
2.212 56n12
2.404 399
2.498 32
2.505 32
3.65 129
3.185 122n7
3.413–17 135
4.1–4 421
5.370–425 135
5.447 134
6.146–49 118
6.344 188n11
6.356 188n11
6.403 89
7.99 229
8.9 160
Bk. 9 160
9.323 56n12
9.524–28 159
10.553 134
12.113 152
12.23 129
12.323 112
12.326–27 290
Bk. 13 397
13.43 134
14.16 133
14.200–05 133
14.201 228, 229
14.216 85
14.301–4 133
15.19 133
15.87–112 134
15.181–82 133
15.186 133
15.189 133
15.191 133
15.256 134
17.142 152
18.96 88
18.357–61 46
18.382–83 253
18.398–405 252
18.497–508 154n3, 162
18.503 154n3
18.550–60 46
18.607–8 247
Bks. 20–22 134, 137
20.25 434
20.246 165
20.249 165, 172n13
20.265 129
20.268 129
20.347 139n3
20.347–48 152
21.412 290
21.565 290
22.122 72n7
22.126 72n7
22.126–27 63
23.833 117
24.210 46
24.366 298
24.527–30 434
24.527–33 131
24.804 379
Odyssey 1.1 69, 169
1.16 117
1.29 129
1.32–33 204
1.82 139n3
1.263 129
1.394–95 154n5
(p. 522)
2.68 134
2.352 290
2.377 139n3
2.387 56n12
3.147 129
4.145 188n11
4.227 85
4.561–69 301
4.691 443n4
7.132 129
8.266–366 253
8.325 131
8.335 131
8.429 169
8.499 154n6
8.546–47 172n15
8.585–86 172n15
9.535 56n13
11.115 56n13
11.248 117
11.248–52 390
11.288 390
11.569–70 443n4
11.576–600 99
11.631 129
12.337 139n3
12.439–40 443n4
14.83–88 443n4
14.505 159
14.508 159
17.604 258
18.1–18 172n11
18.2 172n11
18.13 172n11
18.17–18 172n11
19.67 164
19.162–63 63
20.249 172n13
24.11–12 135
24.301 56n13
Homeric Hymns
Hymn (3) to Apollo 172–73 155n12
Hymn (4) to Hermes 54–61 132
Hymn (18) to Hermes 12 130
Hymn (20) to Apollo 172n13
Hymn (25) to the Muses and Apollo 1 154n6
Horace
Ode 1.5 383
Ibycus
PMG 30a 172n11
PMG 282 262
Irenaeus
Against Heresies 2.14.5 407
2.21.2 407
5.24.2 407
Isaiah 40:4 441
58:7 423
Isocrates 2.42–44 311
2.42–44 314
11.39 240n2
James 3:5–6 434
Lactantius
Divine Institutes 1.13.11 240n10
2.14.7 407
6.3.1 407
Lucian
Against an Ignorant Book Collector 3 402
Conversation with Hesiod 1 402, 403
4 402
5 402
6 402
8 402
Dream, or Lucian's Career 402, 403
Icaromenippus 403
Lover of Lies 2 403
Menippus 3 403
On Grief 2 403
On Pantomime 7 403
24 403
37 403
61 403
On Sacrifices 8 403
Philosophies for Sale 23 404
Prometheus 402, 404
(p. 523) Saturnalia 402, 403, 405
Teacher of Rhetoricians 402
9–10 404
11–25 404
738 404
Timon 1–6 403
Tragic Zeus 4 403
7 405
True Histories 2.18 404
2.22 398
Zeus Catechized 403
Lucretius
On the Nature of Things 1.933–42 352
4.8–25 352
5.1241–96 351–352
Luke 3:5 441
Lycurgus 1.102 312, 314
Matthew 7:14 409n4
Maximus of Tyre
Orations 23 398
23.6 398
24 398
26.4.83–93 403
Metagenes
Thuriopersians 302
Metrodorus
On Poems 350
Mimnermus
fr. 6.1 9.10.4 34
Musonius Rufus
Discourse 11 398
Nicander
Alexipharmaca 328, 330
Theriaca 8–20 333–34
345–53 338n6
715–16 334
Nicostratus
Hesiod 296, 303
Nicophon
Sirens 302
Nonnus
Dionysiaca 1.481 232
Olympiodorus
In Platonis Phaedonem Commentaria 1.5.11–13 240n11
Origen
Contra Celsum 4 443n1
Orphic Argonautica 15 240n1
proem 234
Orphic Lithica 360–75 72–73n12
Orphicorum Fragmenta 26iiB = 17K 240n2
126B = 75K 240n1
148B = 98K 232
188B = 63K 234
218B = 225K 240n10
223B =149K 240n5
224B = 148K 240n5
225i–iiiB = 137K, 154K, 220K 240n6
237B = 164K, 165K, 166K 238
239B = 155K 240n5
240iB = 129K 240n11
241B = 167K 238
243B 241n14
299–300B 240n7
363B 240n10
377B 241n14
378B 241n14
669iB 240n3
671B 240n3
688aB 240n14
1046ii, 8iiiB = OT 125K 240n2
Ovid
Aithiopis fr. 1.1–3 Bernabé 379
Amores 1.4.48 382
1.15 378
1.15.1–6 378
1.15.9–12 378
3.7.68 382
3.8.35–36 384
3.14.28 382
Ars Amatoria 1.27–30 380
1.29 382
1.55–59 382
1.61–66 382
1.399–400 382
1.399–436 382
1.409–10 383
1.415 382
1.417–18 383
1.419–20 383
1.433 384
1.449 384
1.454 384
2 378, 379
2.5–8 379
2.16 381
2.48 382
2.151–52 391n9
2.169 382
2.277–78 384
2.467–70 381
2.493–510 381
3 379
3.1–2 379
3.3–8 379
3.7–8 380
3.11–22 380
3.33–42 380
3.77 382
3.121–22 385
Fasti 1 390
1.1 388
1.93–94 388
1.101–4 388
1.192–226 391n15
1.225–26 385
1.235–36 389
1.247–53 389
2.584 388
4.14 388
4.145 388
6.13 382
6.100–30 390
6.108 390
6.127–28 390
6.639 388
Metamorphoses proem 388
1.3–4 385, 388
1.5–7 381
1.7 385, 388
1.89–112 384
1.89–150 385
1.113–14 405
1.127 385
1.151–62 385
1.401–10 386
1.437–52 386
1.452–567 91
5 386, 387
5.319–20 440
5.356–84 386
5.366 391n17
5.369–70 391n17
6.8 387
10 386
10.24.6 113
15.871–79 386
Remedia Amoris 13–14 383
Palaephatus 35 240n8
Pausanias 1.33.2 135
5.15.5 135
7.1.8 136
9.10.4 34
9.28–29 32
9.29.1 33
9.30.3 311, 396
9.31.4 34
9.31.4–5 397
9.38.3 40
9.38.3–4 18
10.24.6 113
Phaenias
F33 Wehrli 303
Phanocles
Erotes 387
(p. 525) Pherecrates
Cheiron fr. 162 306
Miners 302
Persians 302
Savages 302
Philodemus
On Economics col. 8.25–40 351
1343a20 351
1344a16 351
On the Good King according to Homer 350
On Piety 350
B 9970–80 Obbink 351
On Poems Bk. 4, col. 103.7 350
Bk. 5 353
Philostratus
Heroicus 43.3 409n2
43.9–10 398
Lives of the Sophists 1.481 395
Phrynichus
Cronus fr. 14 296
Hermit (Monotropos) 302
Pindar
fr. 30 S–M 263
fr. 31 S–M 265
fr. 94c Race 254
Isthmian 1.33 276n6
6 263
6.62 269
6.66–68 269
6.66–69 267, 268
6.71 269
8.27–53 285
8.44 288
Nemean 1–3 154n6
8.21 172n14
Olympian 1.116 276n5
2.92 264
2.95–98 172n12
6 267
6.9–11 266
6.17–18 276n4
6.19 266
9.104–7 267
9.107–8 266
9.107–12 267–68
Pythian 1 261, 270, 272, 274, 275
1.1–12 270
1.12 276
1.13–14 272
1.15 271
1.16–17 271
1.18–20 270
1.19–28 271
1.24 273
1.26 270
1.27 273
1.28 273
1.45–46 274
1.71–75 274
1.85–98 274
3.27–30 263
3.29 263
4.291 284
Plato
Apology 34d 63
41a 319
Cratylus 398a 384
402B 134
Critias 108e–121c 320
[Epinomis] 990a 319
Gorgias 468a 72n8
[Hipparchus] 314
Ion 531a 314
531a–d 311
531a1–4 3, 154n2
531a2–9 143
532d7 151
5341a–b 305
536a1 151
Laws 1.644e4–645b8 320
2.358b8 312
2.658d 3, 314
2.658d–e 323n2, 312
2.658d5–7 312, 314
2.658d6–8 143
3.677c–e 323n2
3.690d–e 323n2
3.700a–701c 320, 321, 322, 323n2
(p. 526) 3.701b–c 321
3.701b5–c4 321
4.713b–714a 323n2
4.715e 240n13
4.718a–719a 317
4.718a3–6 317
4.718d1–719a2 315, 316, 317
7.795c 323n2
7.811c–d 314
8.837e–840e 317
8.838c–d 323n2
8.838c8–d2 316
10.886b 316
10.886b10–e2 318, 319
10.886c–e 323n2
10.901a 323n2
12.943d–e 323n2
12.943e1–3 323n9
12.944d 323n2
12.948b 323n2
12.956a3 56n14
Lysis 215c 400
Phaedrus 272c 316
275b–c 63
Philebus 17a 443n2
Protagoras 262, 404
316d 319
320c–23a 300
320c–23c 319
325e–26a 338n2, 311, 314
327c–d 302
338c–340d 315
Republic
349b–350b 443n2
364c–e 319
364d 315
373b7 151
377d–378b 318
378d–379a 125
378e6–7 318
392d5–6 150
393c5–6 150
394c1–2 152
395a8 151
544d 63
600d5–6 143
Bks. 8 and 9 319
Sophist 225c–226a 443n2
242cd 230
246a 72n8
Statesman 437
268–74e 319
269–74 405
Symposium 178b 319, 220n5
180c–185c 320
Timaeus 21e–26d 320
29d–92c 320
40e–41a 319–320
Plautus
Asinaria 873–74 382
Pliny
Natural History 17.243 72n12
Plutarch
Alcibiades 24–27 455
Alexander 45 455
Aquane 955e 228
On Chance 99e–f 400
Consolation to Apollonius 105e 400
115a 400
De Defectu Oraculorum 436d 240n14
De Communibus Notitiis Adversus Stoicos 1074d 240n14
fr. 48 400
fr. 38 Sandbach 401
fr. 51 Sandbach 401
fr. 98 Sandbach 401
fr. 157 Sandbach 240n3
How to Profit from Ones Enemies 92a 400
On How to Study Poetry 23e–24a 400
Moralia
77d 404
86e–f 281
291e–292a 56n19
608c 72n8
1083d 74n29
On the Obsolescence of Oracles 415b 400
Parallel Lives 397
Pericles 35.3–4 301
Progress in Virtue (Moralia 77d) 404
(p. 527) Quaestiones Conviviales 8.4.2 240n10
Solon 2.3–4 401
11.1 193
12.2 193
13.1 193
13.1–2 193
13.2 193
14.1–2 193
14.3 193
14.7–8 193
15.2–4 193
16.3 193
18.1–2 193
Symposium of the Seven Sages
153e–54a 400
157f–4a 397
158b 400
162c–e 400
Themistocles 27–31 455
Pollux 9.156 280
10.64 280
Porphyry
De Antro Nympharum 16 240n5
fr. 354 241n14
Praxiphanes of Mytilene
fr. 28A–B Matelli 348
Proclus
In Platonis Cratylum Commentaria 55.12 Pasquali 240n6
62.3 Pasquali 240n11
27.21 Pasquali 240n4
In Platonis Rem Publicam Commentaria I.90.9–13 Kr. 240n11
I.138.23 Kr. 240n5
II.74.28–75.12 Kr. 240n9
In Platonis Timaeum Commentaria II.208.30 240n6
Theologia Platonica V.5.30 240n6
Proverbs 18:24 172n15
Pythagoras
[Carmen Aureum] 4–5 172n15
Quintilian
In Nominibus Est Occupata 91
Institutes 10.1.52 401
10.1.61 275
12.10.58 401
Quintus of Smyrna
Posthomerica 5.49–56 404
Rig Veda 10.79.3 73n15
Romans 1:22 414
Rufinus
Recognitions 10.17.2–4 229
10.30 226, 239
Sibylline Oracles 1–2 406
2.56–148 406
Solon
fr. 4 “Eunomia” 4.1 201, 204
4.3–4 201
4.4–14 195, 200, 201
4.5–6 196
4.5 204
4.6 196
4.7 196, 197
4.8 197
4.9 197
4.5–14 196
4.11 198
4.14 197, 198
4.17–31 200
4.29 199
4.32 199
4.32–39 200
4.36 194, 198, 199
fr. 6 6.3–4 197
fr. 13 “Hymn to the Muses” 13.1 202
13.1f. 205n2
13.4 201
13.7 201
13.7–8 201
13.7–13 201
13.8 201
13.9 201
13.9 ff. 194
13.13 202
13.17 201
13.19 205n2
13.25–32 202
13.27 201
13.30–31 202
13.33 205n2
13.33–38 202
13.33–70 202
13.39–42 202
13.43–70 202
13.67–70 202
13.74–76 202
fr. 36 36.16 203
36.19–20 199
Sophocles
Pandora or The Hammerers (Sphyrokopoi)
fr. 482 282
fr. 484 282
Statius 4.425 369
Stobaeus 3.29.58 194
Strabo 1.2.35 402
4.1.7 287
9.2.25 32, 44
Telecleides
Amphictyon and Company fr. 1 301
Hesiods (Hesiodoi) fr. 15 303
fr. 18 303
fr. 45 303
Tertullian
De Corona Militis 7 443n1
Prescriptions Against Heretics 7 493n4
Theocritus
Idylls 1–18 425
Theophilus
To Autolycus 2.8 407
2.9 407
2.10 408
2.16 407
Theophrastus
History of Plants 3.7.6 346
7.13.3 346
8.1.2 346
9.19.2 346
On Signs 346
fr. 97 Wimmer 57n19
fr. 666.1–16 [FHS&G] 346
fr. 666.24 [FHS&G] 346
fr. 666.707 [FHS&G] 346
On Poetry 346
On Style fr. 681–709 [FHS&G] 346
[Economics] 1343a20 346
1344a16 346
Theognis 20 154n9
97–99 172n15
755 154n9
Thucydides 2.59–65 301
2.65 300
3.104.4–5 155n12
Virgil
Aeneid 1.11 373n4
6.792–94 391n13
Eclogues 4 391n13
4.566 366
6.42 287
Georgics 1.1–2 366
1.2 366
1.16 367
1.97–99 367
1.121–24 368
1.131–32 365
1.145–46 368
1.181–82 368
1.186 368
1.193 366
1.199–203 367
(p. 529) 1.268–96 382
1.276–79 440
1.277–78 368
1.316–18 366
1.383–85 368
1.451 366
1.493–97 367
2.41 366
2.166–73 367
2.176 363, 367
2.279–84 367
2.362–63 368
2.454–57 368
2.458–60 367
2.458–74 366
2.473–74 368
2.475–77 366
2.493–94 368
2.501–2 367
3.1–48 366
3.16–41 367
3.41 366
3.95–96 367
3.174–78 367
3.289–90 374n12
3.398–99 367
3.437–78 368
4.2 366
4.51–66 367
4.67–85 367
4.125–27 366
4.228–38 367
4.239–50 367
4.232–35 383
4.251–63 367
4.463 366
4.536–40 368
4.559–66 366
4.560–61 367
Xenophanes DK B11 8, 126
Xenophon
Anabasis 5.4.11 56n14
Memorabilia 2.1.20 315
4.2.10 314
Symposium 8.6–42 320
Yašts 13.99 65
19.85 65
Zeno of Sidon
On the Utility of Poems 350
On the Whole 353
Homeric Problems 353