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(p. 895) Name Index

(p. 895) Name Index

Includes all referenced authors.

Abdy, R 140
Abrams, P 591
Accius, L 216, 453, 732
and literary criticism 178–9
Acilius, C 866
Ackerman, R 250, 252
Adams, C 828
Adams, J N 87, 360, 672, 745, 860
Adams, John 725
Adlington, William 191
Aelius, Lucius:
and Roman scholarship 494
origins of 493
textual interpretation 501
and social background 497
Aemilianus, Palladius 873, 875
Aemilianus, Scipio 733, 738
Aemilius 114
Africanus, Scipio 428, 466, 865
Agamben, G 717, 718
Agnellus 877
Agosti, G 347
Agricola, Iulius 152
Agrippa, Marcus 852, 868, 873
and Pantheon inscription 107–8
Agrippinilla, Pompeia 630
Ahl, F 432
Aistermann, J 108
Ajootian, A 229
Akumianakis, Manolis 5–6
Alaric 792–3
Alberti, Leon Battista 324
Alberto of Florence 190
Albrecht, M von 432
Albu, E 828
Alcock, S 269, 591, 680, 745
Alexander the Great 677–8, 741, 867
Alexandridis, A 64, 72
Alföldi, A 346, 690
Alfred the Great 190
Algra, K A 711
Allen, AW 442
Allen, R C 594–5, 603
Allen, W S 79
Allison, P 72, 843
Alonso, D 214
Altheim, F 207, 208
Althusser, L 723
Altman, J 473
Amafinius, C 868
Amandry, M 136, 675
Amato, E 830
Ambrose, St 631
Ameling, W 776
Amory, P 691, 696
Ampelius 874
Ampolo, C 508, 509, 511
Anastasius I 794
and Roman coinage 136
Ancona, R 230
Anderson, G 489
Anderson, J C 852
Anderson, W 354, 437, 447, 841
Ando, C 536–7, 558, 573, 680, 686, 694, 762
Andreae, B 49, 347, 348
Andronicus, Pompilius 702
and Roman scholarship 494, 501
Annequin, J 485, 490
Antiochos of Askalon 867
Antiochus IV 567
Antipater of Thessalonica 743
Aphrodisius, Scribonius 494
Apollinaris, Sidonius 576, 577
Apollodorus 888
Apollonius of Tyana 681
Appian 377, 820
Apuleius 184, 874
and the Metamorphoses 477
Cupid and Psyche 486–7
fragmented structure 479–81
Menippean satire 481–2
social context 483–6
and translations of 191
and transmission of texts 36
Arbogast 147
Arce, J 347
Archagathos of Lakonia 864
Archibald, E 491
Archimedes 864
Arendt, H 717
Aristarchos of Samos 869
Aristides, Aelius:
and democracy 566
and political theory 717
Aristion of Paros 312
Aristotle 184, 209
and the family 610
and history/poetry distinction 414
and the Poetics 452
and political theory 714
Arjava, A 127
Arnaud-Linder, M-P 874
Arnim, H von 871
Arnold, Matthew 235
Arrowsmith, W 480, 490
Asmis, E 719, 860
Assmann, J 347
Astin, A E 417, 864, 866
Atacinus, Varro 188
Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria 147
Atticus 867, 868, 887
and Roman scholarship 495
Attius 873
Auctus, Lucius Cocceius 852
Auerbach, E 485, 490
Augustine, St 147
and letters 465–6, 472
Augustus:
and Actium 568
and coin image 404
and family policy 613–14
and foundation of cities 586
and interpretations of reign 416
and military expansion 568
and Perusine epigram 378
and restoration of golden age 736
and seating at spectacles 661
and women 824
Auliard, C 513
Aurelian 550
Aurelianus, Caelius 876
Aurelius, Marcus 547
and spectacles 663
and use of Greek language 702
Austin, J L 284
Auvray-Assayas, C 262
Avienius 875
Babelon, E 138
Bablitz, L 642
Badian, E 108, 141, 417, 521
Bagnall, R S 123, 124, 130, 132, 559, 601, 604, 672
Bahn, P 93, 101
Bahrani, Z 69
Bahrfeldt, M von 138
Bailey, Cyril 197, 350, 363
Baker, K 725
Baker, M C 78
Bakhtin, M M 351, 477–8, 489
Balbinus 136
Balch, D 621, 622
Baldi, P 88
Baldus, H R 137
Ball, L F 840
Bally, C H 205
Balot, R 714
Balsdon, J P V D 660
Balty, J-C 843, 846, 848
Banaji, J 598
Bandinelli, R B 340
Bang, P F 601, 603
Barbanera, M 348
Barbatus, Scipio 410, 411
Barchiesi, A 163, 171, 198, 252, 281, 282, 285, 287, 288, 291, 363, 423, 444, 446, 489, 490, 758
Barchiesi, M 216
Barclay, J 773, 776, 777
Bardon, H 33
Barker, D 736, 739
Barnes, J 711, 745
Barnes, T D 552, 752, 755
Barney, S A 877
Barrett, J C 237
Barthes, R 416
Bartman, E 65, 72
Barton, C 666
Bartsch, S 417, 432
Bartscht, Waltraud 189
Barwick, K 502
Bassnett-McGuire, S 200
Baten, J 599
Batstone, W W 417
Bauer, H 863
Bauman, R A 643
Bauman, Z 717
Baumer, L E 347
Baumgarten, A 768
Baxandall, M 72, 363
Bayet, J 208
(p. 897) Beacham, R C 680
Beard, M 110, 112, 300, 372, 473, 521, 525, 528, 652, 673, 675, 736, 752, 835, 862, 864–5, 890
Beaucamp, J 127
Beccut 111–12
Beck, R 482, 490
Becker, J A 512, 514
Bedon, R 591
Bek, L 853
Belardi, W 211
Belayche, N 764
Bell, A 591
Beloch, K J 81, 96
Beltrami, L 262
Beltrán Lloris, F 116
Bembo, Pietro 36
Benabou, M 98
Bendlin, A 761, 764
Benjamin, W 200
Benoist, S 539
Benveniste, E 262
Bérard, F 119
Berger, F 140
Bergmann, B 72, 655, 666, 825
Bergmann, M 347
Bergson, H 363
Berlan-Bajard, A 657
Bernal, M 268
Bernard, J-E 409
Bernard, Richard 190
Berossos of Babylon 869
Bertrand, A 828–9
Berve, H 347
Beschaouch, A 565
Bettini, M 237, 257, 259, 261, 262, 305, 306
Bhabha, H K 742
Bianchi Bandinelli, R 509
Bibaculus, Furius 494
Bickermann, E 271, 417, 889, 893
Biersack, A 245
Bietti Sestieri, A M 510
Biguenet, J 189
Billanovich, Gius 43, 45
Bing, P 444
Bingen, J 124
Bintliff, J 94
Birley, A R 152, 624
Birt, Th 45
Bischoff, B 45, 111
Bispham, E 591
Biundo, R 110
Blackburn, B 883, 893
Blanckenhagen, P H von 347
Blast, A 795
Bloch, H 553
Blok, J 824
Blomqvist, J 860
Bloomer, M 401
Boccaccio, Giovanni 40
Bocchus, Cornelius 873–4
Bodel, J 112, 116, 117, 118, 480, 485, 490
Boethius 877
and translations of 190
Boëthius, A 841, 850
Bohak, G 777
Bohec, Y Le 674
Bohn, Henry 193
Boldrini, S 172
Bolgar, R 189–90, 363
Bon, S 843
Bonavia-Hunt, N 288
Bonfante, G 860
Bonfante, L 860
Boni, Giacomo 507
Bonnell, V 247
Bonner, S 401
Bonnet, C 764
Borbein, A H 347
Borchhardt, J 348
Borg, A 53
Borkowski, J A 648
Boscherini, S 864
Boswell, J 799
Bouley, E 655
Bourdieu, P 346
Bovey, M 877
Bowditch, P L 473
Bowersock, G 360, 491, 548, 552, 560, 687, 692, 739
Bowman, A K 110, 125, 129, 601
Boyancé, P 847, 865
Boyce, B 490
Boyd, T D 848
Boyle, A J 287, 432
Boymel Kampen, N 347
Boys-Stones, G 6 n6
Bracciolini, Poggio 41
Bradbury, S 779
Bradley, K 274, 485, 490, 600, 616, 622, 631, 633
Bramble, J C 447
Branham, R Bracht 490
Brasili, P 599
Braudel, F 93
Braund, S H 439, 447
Brendel, O 62, 72, 347
Brennan, T C 523
Brettler, M Z 666
Brilliant, R 348, 652
(p. 898) Brincken, A-D von den 832
BrindʼAmour, P 893
Brisson, L 229
Brodersen, K 827, 828, 829, 835, 836
Broggiato, M 866
Brooks, Cleanth 370
Brooten, B J 799
Broughton, T R S 98, 150, 523
Brown, Frank 507, 842
Brown, P 548, 552, 557, 559, 560, 687, 689, 691, 692–3, 768
Brown, S 666
Brugisser, P 473
Brumfiel, E B 510
Brunet, S 656
Brunhölzl, F 42, 45
Brunner, Theodore 15, 16
Brunt, P A 528, 535, 536, 537, 538, 544, 573, 575, 634, 712, 720
Brutus 520, 702, 720, 721
Buccellato, A 599
Buchan, M 306, 376
Bücheler, Franz 44
Buchheit, V 762
Buchner, E 57
Buck, C D 86
Buckland, W W 648
Buckler, W H 850, 852
Budelmann, F 350
Buechner, C 178, 179
Buell, D K 268, 271
Burke, P 685
Burnett, A M 136, 137, 140, 141, 142, 143, 675, 745
Burrell, B 69, 840
Burri, A 313
Burridge, R A 417
Burstein, S M 860
Busa, Roberto 15
Bush, George W 72
Butcher, K 137
Butler, J 722, 738
Buttrey, T V 140, 141, 142
Caballos, A 118
Cabral, Pedro Alvares 836
Caecilius 216, 760, 761
Caesar, Julius 147
and Bellum Gallicum, organization of 407
and coin images 612
and end of the Republic 529
and foundation of cities 586, 588
and gladiatorial games 653
and Julian calendar 889
and letters 467
and Roman scholarship 495, 498
and science 868
and sexuality 809
and transmission of texts 37–8
Cagnat, R 108, 118
Cain, A 471, 473
Cairns, F 286, 375, 409, 432
Calabi Limentani, I 117, 118
Calcidius 875
Caldwell, J C 602
Caligula 664
Callataÿ, F de 142
Callebat, L 485–6, 489, 490, 844
Callimachus 184, 429–30
Cambi, F 94
Cameron, A 502, 560, 654, 667, 692, 763
Campana, Augusto 45
Campbell, B 676, 874
Campbell, L 88
Canali De Rossi, F 82
Cancik, H 758, 762, 764
Canfora, L 33, 45
Cantarella, E 799, 824
Capella, Martianus 876–7
Caplan, H 721
Capogrossi Colognesi, L 510
Caracalla 875
and edict of 274, 574
and portrait of 319
and Roman coinage 136
Carandini, A 508, 510, 512
Carausius 549
Cardauns, B 496, 502, 867
Carneades the Academic 866
Carradice, I 136
Carreté, J-M 95
Carson, R A G 138, 143
Carter, M 659
Cartledge, P 600, 714
Caruso, C 363
Carver, R 363
Cassiodorus 39
and discovery of writings of 22
Càssola, F 512
Castellvi, G 50
Castrén, P 114, 116
Castriota, D 347
Catilina, L Sergius 869
Cato, Valerius 494
Cato the Elder 146
and Hellenization 737–8
and historiography 407, 409
and political theory 717
(p. 899) and science 860
assimilation of Greek 864–5
and transmission of texts 33–4
Cato the Younger 708
Catullus 184, 803
and Greek influences 361, 734, 738
and lyric poetry 443, 444
and masculinity 225–6
and metre 165–6, 171–2
and translations by 188
Catulus, Quintus Lutatius 467
Cavalieri Manasse, G 843
Cavallo, G 44, 45
Cavarero, A 717
Caxton, William 190
Cazzaniga, I 77
Celsus, A Cornelius 872
Celsus, Iuventius 644, 761
Censorinus 874
Chamberland, G 659
Champion, C B 511
Champion, T C 849
Champlin, E 622, 663
Chance, J Bradley 491
Chaniotis, A 778
Chaplin, J D 409
Chapman, J 94, 95
Charlemagne 350, 547, 686
Chartier, R 238, 239, 240, 241, 470
Chatelain, É 45
Chaucer, Geoffrey 190
Chavannes-Mazel, C A 45
Chesterton, G K 218
Chevalier, R 363, 674
Chiavia, C 110
Chioffi, L 112
Choricius 795
Christenson, D M 304
Christes, J 502
Christie, N 592
Churchill, Caryl 192
Cicero 179, 209
and calendars 889
and coloniae 586, 589
and defence of Roscius 454
and education 722–3
and the family 610
and Geographika 827
and geography 829
and Greek 731
and Hellenic thought 360
and Latin language 85, 86
and law 638, 641
and letters 464, 467, 468, 469, 472
and library of 499
and linguistics 78, 79
and literary evaluation 181
and literary history 181
as ‘new man’ 274
and oratory 328, 722–3
and philosophy 702, 703–5
ambition in 704
conception of the good 709
divergence from Greek approaches 715, 741–2
Epicurus's influence 706–7, 708
Greek influences 703, 733–4
Plato's influence 703–5
Stoicism 710
use of dialogue form 705
and political theory 717, 718
consensus 719
just war 724
justice 723–4
power 718–19, 720
purpose of the state 721
res publica 719
role of the people 719–20
role of the statesman 719
sovereignty 720
violent conflict 721
and Pompey's dilemma over inscription 107
and power 566
and priests 757
and religio 749–52
and rhetoric:
On Brain-storming 391
Brutus 391
The Orator 391
On the Orator 391
and Rome's sexual double standard 803–4
and scholarly conversation 499
and science 868
and translations of 190
and transmission of texts 38, 40
and Tusculan Disputations 744
and two fatherlands 274–5
and warfare 631
Cimino, Michael 355
Ciotta, G 844
Circe 82, 83
Citroni, M 182, 185, 286
Clackson, J P T 85
Claridge, A 521
Clark, A C 45
Clark, E 417, 560
Clark, G 795
Clarke, G 848
(p. 900) Clarke, J R 72, 228, 237, 269, 633, 635
Clarke, K 266, 270, 275
Claudian 424, 792
Claudius 614
and scholarship 498
and vanquishing Britannia 52
Clausen, W 356, 734
Clausus, Attus 632
Clay, D 711
Clemente, P 252
Cleopatra VII 728
Clodia 803–4
Clodius, Servius 499
and origins of Roman scholarship 493
and Roman scholarship 494
and social background 497
Cloud, D 571
Clovis 793
Coarelli, F 509, 847, 852, 885
Cockle, W E H 126
Cohen, D 614
Cohen, H 138
Cohen, S 276, 768, 769, 773
Cohn, D 415
Cole, N 357, 363
Cole, T 172
Coleman, K M 164, 651, 655, 657, 659
Colonna, G 510
Columella 817–18, 873
and transmission of texts 41, 43
Comber, M 363
Commager, S 286
Comparetti, D 363
Conington, John 191
Conlin, D A 347
Connolly, J 225, 401, 716
Connors, C 355, 481–2, 490
Constant, B 725
Constantine III 691
Constantine the Great:
and Christianity 551, 552, 682, 689, 788–90
colossal statue of 1, ii
and reforms of 547, 551
Conte, G B 179, 347, 363, 429, 447, 481, 482, 483, 486, 490
Conway, R S 81
Conybeare, C 468, 469, 473
Cooper, J M 711
Cooper, N 268
Corbeill, A 224, 225, 229, 230, 410, 853
Corbier, M 110, 112, 114, 115, 118, 535, 592, 616
Corcoran, S 643, 646, 690
Cordier, P 461
Cormack, R 6 n6
Cornell, T J 86, 507, 508, 511, 514, 519, 573, 591, 860, 883, 893
Coroleu, A 362, 363
Corso, A 869
Corvinus, Messalla:
and Roman scholarship 494
and social background 498
Cosi, R 513
Cotton, H M 126, 676
Coulston, J C N 664
Courcelle, P P 692
Courtney, E 118, 379–80, 410
Cozza, L 849
Craddock, P 137
Cramer, F H 866
Crates of Mallos 865–6
and origins of Roman scholarship 493
Crawford, M H 108, 109, 118, 136, 139, 140, 142, 143, 528, 640, 643
Creech, Thomas 191, 197
Crema, L 840, 841
Cribiore, R 129, 130, 131
Cristofori, A 25
Crone, P 535
Crook, J A 637, 676
Crossley, P 841, 848, 849
Crowley, John 199
Crusius, F 172
Cucina, A 599
Cugusi, P 113, 114, 115, 118, 466, 467, 473
Culler, J 445
Cunctator, Fabius Maximus 147
Cunliffe, B 590
Cuozzo, M 509
Curti, E 515
Curtius, E R 185, 363
Curtius Rufus 42, 408
and political theory 717
and translations of 190
and transmission of texts 42
Cuvigny, H 129
Damasus, Pope 111, 147
DʼAmbra, E 51, 72
Daris, S 126
DʼArms, J H 664
Dauge, Y 275
David, J-M 511, 521
Davies, G 227
Davies, J P 754
Davies, P 839–40
Davis, D B 626
Davis, G 437
Davoli, P 131
(p. 901) De Callataÿ, F 598
De Jong, I J F 358
De Ligt, L 600
De Maistre, J 218
De Maria, S 57, 66
De Martino, E 262
De Nonno, M 34, 35, 45
De Nuccio, M L 70
De Robertis, T 45
De Ruggiero, G 212
De Sanctis, G 209, 210
De Simone, C 80
De St Croix, G E M 576
De Visscher, F 118
Dean-Jones, L 817
Dearing, VA 198
DeBoer, M 56
Debrunner, A 203, 204
Dei, F 252, 259
DeLaine, J 840, 846
Delbrück, R 840, 841
Della Casa, A 869
Della Corte, F 502
DellʼOmo, M 45
Delz, J 46
Demaine, M 237
Demandt, A 685, 840
Demetrius 469
Demougin, S 538, 543
Dench, E 268, 270, 272, 273, 274, 275, 508, 513, 515, 717, 745
Deng, K G 603
Dent, Joseph 194
Deonna, W 262
Depew, M 466
Depeyrot, G 139, 142
Depuydt, L 860
Derow, P S 123
Derrida, J 241, 465
Desiderius, Abbot 33
Detienne, M 237, 258, 260, 261
Develin, R 512
Devijver, H 150
Devine, A M 83
Devoto, G 214
Di Filippo Balestrazzi, E 50
Di Stefano Manzella, I 118
Dickey, E 78, 128–9
Didi-Huberman, G 356
Dikaiarchos 829, 834
Diliberto, O 655
Dillon, S 53, 72
Dio Cassius 414–15
and Roman coinage 137
Dio Chrysostom 717, 847
Dio Cocceianus, L Claudius Cassius 761–2
Diocles, C Appuleius 654
Diocles of Peparethus 888
Diocletian 550
and narrative of decline and fall 690
and Price Edict (301) 573
and reforms of 547, 551, 690
and Roman coinage 136
and the Tetrarchy 551, 690
Dionysius of Alexandria 830, 834
Dionysius of Halicarnassus 83, 466, 590
and Greek origins of Rome 271
Dioskoros of Aphrodite 129, 130
Dixon, S 222, 228, 622, 803–4, 818, 824
Dobbin, R 712
Dobres, M-A 510
Dodds, E R 549
Dodge, H 849
Dominik, W J 432
Domitian:
and assassination of 152
and Jewish identity 276
Doody, M A 489
Dorey, T A 417
Dorman, P F 69
Dornisch, K 848
Dougherty, C 237, 239, 240, 245
Douglas, Gavin 190
Dracontius 39
Drake, H 552
Drerup, H 840
Drexhage, H-J 597
Drexler, H 173
Drinkwater, J F 573
Dryden, John 191, 198
Du Plessis, P 648
Du Quesnay, I M le M 288, 374
Duchamp, M 312
Duff, A M 268
Duff, T 417
Dugan, J 225, 397, 401
Duhaime, J 795
Dumézil, G 205, 208
Dunbabin, K 72, 628, 629
Duncan-Jones, R 95, 535, 593, 595, 598, 601, 626, 676
Dunn, F M 884
Dupont, F 207, 262, 283, 289
Dyck, A R 750
Eagleton, T 234, 236, 237, 239
Earle, R 357
Ebbeler, J 467, 470
(p. 902) Echo, and Narcissus 297, 298, 299
Eck, W 112, 117, 118, 152, 155, 537, 538
Eckhel, J 137
Eco, U 346
Eder, W 511
Edgar, C C 139
Edmunds, L 283, 436, 437, 441, 446–7
Edwards, C 224, 274, 363, 473, 591, 764, 803
Edwards, M 405
Egnatius 870
Ehlers, W W 417
Elagabalus 136
Eliot, T S 40, 193
Elizabeth I 190
Elm von der Osten, D 761
Elsner, J 763, 835
Elvin, M 595
Empedocles 431, 868
Ennius, Quintus 253–4, 422, 732, 860
and Annals 421, 422–3, 424
and criticism of Naevius 179
and Greek influences 360–1
self-positioning as Roman Homer 428–9
and Greek philosophy 865
and origins of Roman scholarship 493
and relationship with patron 423
and tragedies of 733
Ennodius 469
Ensoli, S 346, 347
Epicadus, Cornelius 494
Epicurus 868
and influence on Roman philosophy 705–8
Epplett, C 660
Erasmus 218
Eratosthenes 827, 829, 888
Erdkamp, P 597
Erim, K T 136, 140
Ernout, A 80, 88, 284
Eros, Staberius 494
Erskine, A 270, 272, 728
Eschebach, H 95
Estiot, S 140, 143
Esty, W W 142
Eusebius of Caesarea 789
Evans, A J 250
Evans, Sir Arthur 6
Evans, E C 417
Evans, J S 865
Evans, T 128
Evans Grubbs, J 622, 638
Evans-Pritchard, E E 251, 258
Evaristo, Bernadine 361
Ewigleben, C 666
Eysteinsson, A 200
Facchini, F 599
Fant, M 222, 824
Fantham, E 173, 401, 432
Faraone, C 229
Farinella, V 347
Farrell, J 85, 183, 184, 225, 283, 363, 473
Favinus, Remmius 875
Favro, D G 853, 854
Feeney, D 87, 262, 283, 288, 406, 421, 432, 745, 860, 878, 887, 888, 893
Feichtinger, B 230
Feil, E 749, 750, 752
Feldherr, A M 417
Felix, Minucius 752, 755, 760, 762
Fentress, E 98, 591, 676
Feraudi-Gruénais, F 112
Fernández, F 118
Ferrari, A 32
Ferrary, J-L 269, 731
Ferri, R 439, 447
Ferro, L 261
Festus, Sextus Pompeius 869
and Flaccus' dictionary 495
and transmission of texts 42
Figulus, Nigidius:
and Roman scholarship 495, 869
and social background 498
Filocalus, Furius Donysius 111
Fink, R O 126, 674
Finkelpearl, E 481, 482, 490
Finley, M I 99, 100, 568, 574, 593, 604, 626, 627, 677, 815
Fish, S 355
Fishwick, D 540
Fitch, J 192
Fittschen, K 139, 346
Fitzgerald, W 274, 447, 485, 490
Flaccus, Siculus 874
Flaccus, Valerius:
and Argonautica 425, 427
and dictionary of 495, 496
and Roman scholarship 494, 495, 500
Flam, J D 349
Flaschenriem, B L 442
Flashar, H 345
Flemming, R 229
Florus, P Annius 40
Flory, M B 821
Flower, H 59, 69, 243, 246, 262, 515, 521, 523, 612
Forstenpointer, G 348
Forsythe, G 86, 507–8
Fortson, B W 88
Foucault, M 564, 570–1, 614, 675, 718, 723, 797, 800, 812
(p. 903) Fournet, J-L 129
Fowden, G 688
Fowler, A 405
Fowler, D P 283, 358, 359, 363, 447, 481, 490
Fowler, W W 250, 251, 261, 262
Fox, J W 510
Fox, M 508
Fraenkel, Eduard 5, 288, 403
Fraisse, A 876
France, Peter 197, 200
Franciosi, G 510
Franco, C 262
Frank, T 268
Franklin, J L, Jr 113, 114
Frazer, J G 252, 258, 262
Fredrick, D 227, 230, 797
Freud, S 295, 296, 305, 307
Freudenburg, K 289, 447
Freyberg, H-U von 600
Friedlaender, L 379
Frier, B W 141, 410, 600, 602, 604, 622, 638, 642, 676, 891
Friesen, S 596
Frischer, Bernard 26
Fromkin, VA 88
Frontinus, Sextus Julius 153, 154, 872
and translations of 190
Frontisi, F 261
Frost, W 198
Frova, A 843
Fuficius 870
Fuhrer, T 230
Fuks, A 776
Fulford, M G 843
Fulkerson, L 466
Funaioli, G 495
Furley, D J 868
Fussell, P 163, 171
Futrell, A 666, 680
Gabba, E 769
Gabucci, A 661
Gagarin, M 639
Gager, J E 110
Gaisser, J H 363
Gale, M R 432
Galen 656, 817, 876
Galinsky, K 235, 243, 271, 432
Gallagher, C 383
Gallazzi, C 835
Gallienus 136
Gallus, Aelius 870
Gallus, Cornelius 375, 377, 734, 865
Ganymede, statue of at Sperlonga 70, 71
Ganz, P F 45
Gardner, J 229, 269, 574, 622, 637, 638, 644, 818, 824
Gargilius 874
Gargola, D J 529
Garnsey, P 100, 235, 538, 560, 631, 674, 677, 692
Gasparov, M L 160, 172
Gay, P 416
Geertz, C 238, 247, 257, 259, 674
Geiger, J 417
Gell, A 892
Gellius, Aulus 12, 33, 108
and Attic Nights 499–500
and Roman scholarship 497, 501
Gellner, E 674
Gelzer, M 150, 523, 716
George, M 622
Germanicus 415, 416, 759
Gersh, S 711
Ghirshman, R 57
Ghiselli, A 213
Giacomelli, G 86
Giannecchini, M 599
Giardina, A 100, 270, 875
Gibbon, E 556, 685, 690, 694
Gibson, R 473, 502
Giddens, A 680
Gigante, M 113, 114, 115
Gildas, St 877
Gildenhard, I 423, 742
Gillespie, Stuart 197, 200
Gilmartin, K 417
Ginsburg, J 825, 891
Giuliani, C F 840
Giuliano, A 509
Gjerstad, Ejnar 507
Gleason, M 225, 283, 289, 401, 717, 743
Gnipho, Antonius 494, 501
Godman, P 363
Godwin, J 711
Goff, B 363
Gold, B 816
Goldberg, S M 281–2, 284, 287, 422, 423, 431, 432, 493, 745
Golding, Arthur 191, 192
Goldstein, P 363
Gombrich, E H 309, 347
Gonzalez, J 645, 676
Goodman, M 276, 772, 773, 777
Goold, G P 373, 374, 871
Gordian III 136
Gordon, A E 108, 111, 118
Gordon, R 629, 689
Gossel, B 848
(p. 904) Gowers, E 447, 635
Gowing, A 57, 528
Grabar, A 57, 68, 346
Grabar, O 548, 552, 560, 687, 692
Gracchus, Tiberius 526
Graf, F 262
Grafton, A 359
Grandazzi, A 508
Grant, J N 46
Grant, M 136
Grant, R M 864
Grasshoff, G 840
Grassi, E 345
Gratwick, A S 173, 885
Graver, M 225
Graverini, L 484, 489, 490, 491
Graves, Robert 191, 196
Graziosi, B 6 n6
Greatrex, G 550, 662, 665
Green, L 564
Green, Peter 191
Greenblatt, S 247, 377, 383–4
Greene, E 230
Greene, K 100, 600
Greenidge, A H J 639, 641
Gregorius (imperial official) 646
Gregory the Great 147
Griffin, M 711, 745
Grilli, A 873
Grimal, P 872
Grimaudo, S 875
Gros, P 839, 840, 841, 842, 843, 847, 849, 850, 869
Grose-Hodge, H 268
Grossschmidt, K 656
Grube, G M A 186
Grueber, H A 138
Gruen, E 58, 70, 269, 271, 272, 287, 289, 521, 527, 679, 728, 730, 733, 737, 738, 745, 776, 863, 864, 865, 866, 867, 868, 877–8
Guastella, G 262, 272
Guidi, A 510
Guillaumin, J-Y 877
Gunderson, E 225, 283, 289, 307, 401, 468, 473
Gutierrez, D 661
Gutzwiller, K J 444
Haas, J 599
Haase, W 363
Habermas, J 680
Habinek, T 87, 185, 224, 240, 245, 283, 284, 288, 401, 679, 745
Hadot, P 712
Hadrian 64, 94, 642, 646, 659, 681, 786
Haensch, R 538, 760
Hagen, H 496
Hahn, R 842
Haldon, J 6 n6
Hall, E 267, 268
Hall, J 267, 268, 470, 473
Hall, S 745
Hallett, C 60, 275
Hallett, J 224, 226, 230, 377, 378, 797, 822
Halliday, W R 261, 262
Halporn, J W 172, 877
Hamberg, P G 347
Hamel, G 768
Hanell, K 886
Hankins, J 357, 360, 363
Hannah, R 893
Hannibal 568
Hansen, M H 597
Hanson, A E 130
Hardie, P 296, 363, 426, 430, 431, 432, 441
Hardwick, L 200, 350, 356, 360, 362, 363
Harich-Schwarzbauer, H 230
Harl, K W 143
Harley, J B 827
Harries, J 638, 641, 643, 646
Harrington, James 716
Harris, J 362
Harris, W V 93, 95, 110, 129, 512, 521, 542, 568, 569, 571, 572, 574, 598, 603, 604
Harrison, G W M 287
Harrison, S J 483, 489, 490
Harrison, T 688
Hart, H L A 639
Hartmann, M 86, 117
Harvey, S A 6 n6, 795
Hasegawa, K 635
Haselberger, L 346, 840
Haskell, Y 363
Haubold, J 350
Hauser, A 347
Haverfield, Francis 2–3, 96, 97, 98
Havet, L 46
Hawkins, C 597
Hayes, C 768
Haynes, I 674
Hayward, P A 557
Hedrick, C 714
Heilmeyer, W-D 347, 841
Heinze, Richard 5, 285, 286, 348, 432
Heiric of Auxerre 41
Hellegouarcʼh, J 173
Hemelrijk, E A 804, 825
Hemina, Cassius 758
Hemsoll, D 839–40
Henderson, J 12, 406, 416, 432, 440, 447, 673, 736
(p. 905) Henry, James 9
Henry VII 190
Henry VIII 254
Heraclitus 7
Heraclius 555
Herman, G 768
Hermogenian (imperial official) 646
Herod the Great 147, 770–2
Herodotus 688
Herrick, R 354
Herrin, J 556
Herrmann, C 824
Herrmann-Otto, E 228
Hersh, C A 140
Hershkowitz, D 432
Herz, N 840
Herzog, R 685
Hesberg, H von 842, 849
Hesiod 430
and Theogeny 81–2, 728, 816–17
Heslin, P J 430, 432
Hetland, L 840
Heuchert, V 142, 143, 745
Heywood, Jasper 192
Heyworth, S J 171, 376, 444
Hezser, C 648, 773, 774
Higham, N J 877
Highet, G 363, 483
Hilmarsson, J 80
Himmelmann, N 347
Hin, S 602
Hinds, S 163, 183, 363, 376, 380, 421, 422, 430, 432, 447, 493
Hingley, R 96, 97, 98, 102, 103, 268, 541, 672
Hipparchus 827, 829
Hirst, D 313
Hirtius, Aulus 407
Hirzel, R 711
Hitchner, R B 601
Hochschild, A 635
Hock, H H 80
Hock, R 491
Hodder, I 96, 102
Hoey, A S 674
Hoffer, S 473
Hoffman, P T 594–5
Hoffmann, F 860
Hofmann, H 489
Hofmann, J B 81
Holford-Strevens, L 182, 502, 883, 893
Hölkeskamp, K-J 521, 523, 527, 886
Holleran, C 597
Holloway, R R 140, 508
Holmes, B 84
Hölscher, T 53, 58, 72, 346, 347
Holtz, L 502
Holum, K 770, 843
Holzberg, N 432, 491
Homer:
and lliad 82
and Odyssey, translation into Latin 421
and Roman mediation of 360
Honoré, T 643, 646, 647
Hoogma, R P 118
Hope, C A 131
Hope, V 655
Hopkins, D 363
Hopkins, K 95, 96, 99, 100, 535, 543, 574, 591, 593, 596, 598, 601, 604, 632, 662, 666, 676, 680, 682, 742
Hopwood, K 575
Horace:
and Ars Poetica 176–7
and career of 282
and Carmen Saeculare 288, 289
and friendship 226
and genres 183
and Greek influences 179, 734–5
and Hellenization 740
and letters 467
and lyric poetry 443, 444, 445
and metre 162, 163–4, 168–70, 183
and satire 438, 439–40
and tradition of commentary on 501
and translations of 191
and transmission of texts 37
Horden, P 542, 695
Hornblower, Simon 6 n7
Hornum, M B 665
Horsfall, N 118, 179–80, 237–8, 283, 287, 288, 357, 409, 494
Horsley, G H R 128, 795
Hortensia 820
Housman, A E 32, 46
Hovdhaugen, E 502
Howard-Johnston, J 557
Howe, H M 868
Howe, T N 869
Howgego, C J 142, 143, 675, 745
Hubaux, J 210
Hubbard, M 170
Huber-Rebenich, G 491
Hughes, Ted 191, 192
Humfress, C 646
Humphrey, J H 129, 346, 655, 660, 661, 667
Humphreys, S 639
Hunt, A S 139
Hunt, L 247
(p. 906) Hunter, D 6 n6, 795
Hunter, R 745
Hurlet, F 537
Hurley, D 405
Hurst, H 95, 99, 843
Hutchinson, G O 473
Hutchinson, Lucy 197
Hyginus, Iulius 874
and Roman scholarship 494, 501
Ijsewijn, J 363
Ikeguchi, M 599
Inan, J 69
Inwood, B 466, 711, 871
Irby-Massie, G L 860, 877
Isaac, B 673, 678
Iser, W 351
Isidore of Seville 35, 653, 877
Isik, F 829
Italicus, Silius:
and Punica 425, 428
and transmission of texts 40
Iuba of Mauretania 147
Jackson Knight, W F 251, 358
Jacobs, J 878
Jacobs, M 774
Jacobson, H 466
Jaeger, W 360
Jakobson, R 87, 261
James, S 513
Janan, M 306, 307
Janni, P 828
Janse, M 360, 745
Janson, T 85
Jauss, H R 351
Jeffreys, E 6 n6
Jehne, M 524
Jenkins, T 473
Jenkyns, R 350–1, 363
Jennison, G 660
Jensson, G 490
Jerome, St 111, 147, 471, 630, 631
Jesus of Nazareth 675, 782, 783–5, 787
Jevons, F B 250
Jocelyn, H D 496
John the Baptist 784
Johnson, S E 866
Johnson, Samuel 191
Johnson, W 178, 283, 432, 436, 437, 447
Johnston, D 648, 676
Jones, A H M 141, 593, 625, 643, 690, 692–3
Jones, C P 267, 271, 664
Jones, J R 140, 141
Jones, R 843
Jones, S 269
Jongman, W 95, 591, 597, 598, 599, 601, 626
Jonson, Ben 193
Joplin, P 823
Josephus 771, 772, 773
Joshel, S 227, 274, 825
Joyce, H 840
Judge, E A 112
Jugurtha 527
Julian 323–4
Julian the Apostate 552
Julius, Tiberius 457
Junkelmann, M 656, 666–7
Just, R 267
Justinian 547, 554
and Justinian Code 555, 647
and Pragmatic Sanction 11–12
Juvenal:
and complaints about epic poetry 426
and metre 162
and satire 438, 439–40, 739
and translations of 191
Kahane, A 490
Kähler, H 840
Kaiser, A 843
Kajava, M 109
Kallendorf, C 363
Kallett-Marx, R M 521
Kaltsas, N 346
Kampen, N 72, 228, 824, 839, 845
Kanz, F 656
Kasher, A 681
Kaster, R 177, 243, 417, 494, 500, 501, 502, 622, 866
Katz, J T 78, 80, 83, 87
Katzoff, R 645
Kautsky, J 536
Keats, J 369, 370, 371–2
Keay, S J 95, 97–8
Keenan, J G 126
Kehoe, D P 127, 600
Keith, A M 226, 227, 422, 825
Kellum, B 228
Kelly, C 576
Kelly, J M 575
Kelly, L G 199, 200
Kennedy, D F 163, 359, 373, 441, 447, 466, 473
Kennedy, G A 186, 401
Kennedy, John F 64
Kenney, E J 45, 46, 483, 490
Kennon, D R 350
Kent, J P C 143
Kephisodotos, the Younger 317
(p. 907) Keppie, L 118, 521
Keulen, W 488, 489
Keyser, P T 860, 872, 877
Kezich, G 252
Killeen, J F 658
King, A 599
Kinney, D 490
Kirchner, J 149
Kirfel, E A 466
Klauck, H-J 473
Kleijwegt, M 662
Kleiner, D 57, 274, 275, 632, 635
Kleiner, F S 139
Klingenschmitt, G 80
Klingshirn, W E 559
Kloss, G 171
Kluckhohn, C 257
Knauer, G N 429, 432
Koenen, M H 711
Koepke, N 599
Köhne, E 666
Kokkinos, N 770
Kolb, F 590
Koloski-Ostrow, A O 228
Kondoleon, C 664, 666
Konstan, D 487, 491
Korsch, T 173
Kortekaas, G A A 491
Kousser, R 356
Kraay, C M 139
Kraemer, L S 240
Kraft, K 137
Kramer, B 835
Kraus, C S 225, 415, 502
Krautheimer, R 346, 840
Kraye, J 363
Kreikenbom, D 69
Kroeber, A 347
Kron, G 599, 602
Krostenko, B A 283, 289, 418
Kruschwitz, P 173
Kubler, G 341, 347
Kurke, L 237, 239, 240, 245, 445
Kuttner, Ann L 50, 57, 60, 72
Kyle, D G 660
La Regina, A 82, 347
Labeo, Notker 190
Lacan, J 295, 298, 299, 307
Lactantius 631, 753, 875
Laenas, C Popillius 567
Lafon, X 512
Lahusen, G 70
Laird, A 186, 351, 356, 357, 362, 363, 447, 484, 490
Lakoff, G 241, 400
Lamberti, F 118
Lamberton, R 178
Lampadio, Gaius Octavius 493
Lampugnani, V Magnano 346
Lanata, G 657
Lancaster, L C 840, 849
Lane, Allen 195
Lane, E N 866
Lane Fox, R 565
Lang, A 250
Langlands, R 622, 797
Langner, M 114, 658
Lapidge, M 431
Laplanche, J 295–6
Largus, Scribonius 872
LaRocca, E 50, 57, 346, 347, 348
Lateiner, D 491
Latham, R E 197
Latinus, King 81–2
Lattimore, R 112
Laurence, R 269, 591, 828, 843, 883, 885, 892
Lauter, T 346
Lazzarini, M L 346
Leach, E W 57, 473, 844
Leander Touati, A-M 347
Lee, Guy 191
Lee-Stecum, P 441
Lefaivre, L 848
Lefevere, A 200
Lef_evre, E 288
Lefkowitz, M 222, 268, 824
Legras, B 129
Lehmann, K 840
Lehoux, D 891, 893
Leibundgut, A 347
Leigh, M 429, 432, 718
Lembke, Janet 191
Lenaeus, Pompeius 867, 870
and Roman scholarship 494–5
Lendon, J 283, 536, 678
Lenin, I 718
Lentano, M 262
Leo, Friedrich 5, 6, 36, 45, 215
Leon, H J 657
Léon, P 843
Lepelley, C 552
Leunissen, P M M 538
Levick, B M 141
Levine, L 770, 774
Levine, M 268
Lévi-Strauss, C 262, 345, 348
Lévy, C 711
Lévy-Bruhl, H 628
(p. 908) Lewis, C D 191
Lewis, N 645
Lewis, S 827, 828
Li Causi, P 262
Libanius 469
Licinus, Porcius 180–1, 731–2
Licordari, A 512
Lieberg, G 115
Liebeschuetz, J H WG 473, 556
Lieu, J 267, 276
Lieu, S N 550, 552
Lilius, H 116
Lilly, William 254
Linderski, J 526
Lintott, AW 522, 570, 716
Liou-Gille, B 261
Little, L K 555
Livius Andronicus 79, 83, 422
and origins of Roman scholarship 493
and translations by 178, 179, 188, 732
and translations of 421
Livy 81, 181, 466, 820, 891
and benefits of studying history 412
and exemplarity 413, 414
and transmission of texts 40, 42
Lloyd, D 235
Lloyd, G E R 859, 861, 870
Lloyd, R B 354
Lo Cascio, E 94, 95, 535, 536, 538, 600, 602, 690
Lockyear, K 598
Lodge, David 15
Loeb, James 194, 195
Loerke, WC 843
Löfstedt, E 501
Löhberg, B 828
Lomas, K 591
Long, A A 712, 719–20, 866
Longinus, C Cassius 644
LʼOrange, H P 840
Loraux, N 261, 816
Lorraine, Claude 355
Loseby, S T 592
Losemann, V 357
Lowe, E A 45
Lowrie, M 283, 289, 290, 291, 444
Lucan:
and address to Caesar 420
and Civil War 425, 427
and claims of poetic power 429
and translations of 191, 192, 196
and transmission of texts 40
Luce, T J 141, 363, 413, 418
Lucian 681, 682, 730, 743, 761
Lucilius 162
Luck, G 262
Luckmann, T 346
Lucretius 868–9
and Cicero's evaluation of 179
and Epicurus's influence on 705–6, 707, 708
and On the Nature of Things 431, 705
and philosophy 702
and translations of 191, 197
and transmission of texts 40, 42, 43
Lucullus, Lucius 499
Ludolph, M 468, 473
Lugli, G 840, 841
Lupher, D 363
Luraghi, N 271
Luther, Martin 218
Lutz, C 712, 811, 812
Luxorius 39
Lyne, R O A M 432, 738
Lyons, C 228
Lysippus 58
Lyttelton, M 846
Ma, J 867
Maas, M R 555, 560
Maas, P 32, 45, 172
McAlhany, J 496
Macaulay, D 416
Macaulay, T B 422
McCarthy, K 822
McClean, B H 118
McClure, L 222, 824
MacCormack, S 363
McCormick, M 598, 695
MacDonald, W L 591, 842–3
McDonnell, M 521, 622, 802
McEwen, I K 844, 869
McGann, Jerome 26, 369, 370, 371
McGinn, T A J 638, 802, 821
McHardy, F 825
Machiavelli, N 721
Machor, L 363
Mackail, John William 5
MacKendrick, P 711
MacKinnon, M 599, 604, 660
McLaughlin, M L 363
Maclean, I 351, 363
McLuhan, M 7
MacMullen, R 541, 544, 557, 576, 655, 682, 802, 849
McNeill, W H 673
Macrobius 12, 44, 868, 876
and novels 478
Maddison, A 597, 603
Madison, James 725
(p. 909) Maecianus, Volusius 874
Maffei, Scipio 22
Magnus, Sextus Pompeius 867
Maire, B 874
Majeed, J 357
Malanima, P 602
Malgouyres, P 70
Malherbe, A 469–70
Malkin, I 267
Malmendier, U 598
Maltby, R 77, 80
Mamaea, Julia 64, 67
Mamertinus, Claudius 320–1
Manilius, M 40, 43, 357, 431, 871
Mann, M 543, 567
Manning, J G 593
Manville, P B 715–16
Manzi, G 599
Marcellinus, Ammianus 321, 753–4
Marcellus, Claudius 570, 732
Marcellus, Nonius 220
Marcellus of Bordeaux 876
Marchesi, C 217
Marchesi, I 468, 473
Marcian 554
Marcillet-Jaubert, M 117
Marett, R R 250, 251
Marincola, J 409, 417
Marinetti, A 86
Mariotti, S 44, 178, 215
Markus, D 283, 284, 288
Markus, T 844–5
Marlowe, Christopher 191, 192
Marrou, H-I 694
Marshall, E 825
Martial 184, 651
and sexuality 805, 806, 807, 810
and transmission of texts 38–9
Martin, H G 70
Martin, R H 405
Martin, R P 4 n4
Martindale, C A 200, 350, 355–6, 358, 363, 432
Martinelli, L 352
Martines, G 843
Marvell, Andrew 352, 353–4
Mason, H J 109
Massa-Pairault, F-H 512
Masters, J 432
Maternus, Iulius Firmicus 753, 756, 759, 875
Matheson, C 572
Mathisen, R 473, 554, 560
Matisse, Henri 349
Mattern, S 536
Matthews, J F 473, 559, 601, 628, 646, 828
Mattingly, D J 97, 98, 268, 513, 541
Mattingly, H 138, 143
Mauss, M 237
Maxwell, J 559
May, R 490
Mazon, Paul 194
Mazzarino, S 210, 511, 893
Meadows, A 141, 886
Mehmet II 13
Meid, W 876
Meier, C 528
Meillet, A 78, 80, 88, 160, 165, 172, 204, 207, 211, 213, 215, 284
Meiser, G 79, 88
Mela, Pomponius 40
and geography 871–2
periplus of coastline 833–4
view of the world 830–3
Mele, A 865
Melissus, Maecenas 494
Menander 318
Mencacci, F 262
Merkelbach, R 45, 484
Merkle, S 489, 491
Messalla, M Valerius 885
Messius, Arusianus 34
Metcalf, W E 137, 142
Metellus 58
Meun, Jean de 190
Meyer, E A 110, 283, 646
Michaud, P 356
Michelangelo 316–17
Michels, A K 883, 884, 893
Michler, M 870
Miles, G 418, 575, 818
Miles, R 275
Mill, J S 436
Millar, F G B 126, 270, 490, 524, 536, 544, 554, 643, 646, 677, 680, 688, 716, 773, 776
Miller, M 56
Miller, P A 307, 447
Millett, M 95–6, 97, 275, 513, 591
Millon, H 346
Milnor, K 230, 442, 614, 825
Milton, John 191
Miola, R S 363
Mionnet, T E 138
Miralles, C 445
Mitchell, S 547, 560
Mithridates VI of Pontus 527
Mitsis, P T 287
Mitteis, L 127
Moatti, C 272, 393, 401, 538, 543
Modestus, Iulius 494
(p. 910) Modrzejewski, J 776
Moggi-Cecchi, J 599
Moi, T 815
Moles, J 417
Momigliano, A 205, 270, 283, 412, 494, 508, 552, 761, 860, 893
Mommsen, T 5, 96, 138, 716, 886
and prosopography 148–9
Monat, P 875
Montagu, M F A 204
Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, baron de 528, 716
Montevecchi, O 132
Montserrat, D 552
Mora, F 758–9
Moreau, P 262
Morel, J-P 863
Morel, W 178, 179
Morello, R 417, 473
Moreschini, C 875
Moretti, J C 461
Morford, M 711
Morgan, Ll 166
Morgan, T 622
Mørkholm, O 139
Morley, N 591
Morris, C 315, 346
Morris, I 96, 239, 241, 242, 246, 593, 594, 599, 601, 603, 714
Morrison, A 473
Morson, G S 183
Morstein-Marx, R 524, 716
Mosci Sassi, M G 657
Mossé, C 417
Most, G W 46, 363, 502
Motta, L 510
Mouchmov, N A 139, 142
Mounin, G 204
Mouritsen, H 110, 275, 565
Mousourakis, G 648
Mucianus, Licinius 154
Mudry, Ph 876
Muecke, F 440, 447
Muhammad of Medina 555
Muir, K 352
Müller, K 46
Mummius 736–7
Munk Olsen, B 45
Münzer, F 150, 151, 512, 612, 870
Murphy, T 830, 872
Murray, G 250
Murray, O 363
Musa, Antoninus 870
Musso, L 324, 346
Musurillo, H 672
Mynors, Sir Roger 39, 46
Myres, J L 250
Nabokov, Vladimir 199
Naevius, Gnaeus 44, 422, 732
and Bellum Poenicum 421
and Ennius's criticism of 179
and literary criticism 178
Nagy, G 445
Narcissus 295–9
Narducci, E 397, 401, 427
Nasica, Scipio 526
Nathan, G 622
Nauta, R 286, 491
Nearchos of Taras 865
Nelis, D 80, 113, 354, 427, 432
Nelis-Clément, J 113, 660, 667
Nemesianus 874
Nemesion of Philadelphia 130
Nepos, Cornelius 257, 357, 409
and political theory 717
and Roman scholarship 494
Nero 614
as charioteer 663
and Greek art and education 681
and Roman coinage 136, 404
Nerva 152–5
Netz, R 860
Neue, F 220
Newman, J K 284
Newton, Thomas 191, 192–3
Nicholas, B 642, 648
Nicholson, J 464, 467, 471
Nicholson, N 375
Nicias, Curtius 499
and Roman scholarship 494, 501
Nicolai, R 182
Nicolaus of Damascus 653, 664
Nicolet, C 50, 150, 523, 527, 542, 676, 677, 827, 873
Nicon 851
Nida, E 189
Niebuhr, B G 716
Nielsen, I 66
Nietzshe, F 87
Nifadopoulos, C 77
Niger, Trebius 866
Nigrinus, Cornelius 152, 154, 155
Nilsson, N-A 162
Nipsus, Iunius 874
Nisbet, N-A 170
Nisbet, R G M 46, 356
Nobilior, M Fulvius 58, 865
Noè, E 873
(p. 911) Nolla, J 50
Nollé, J 659
Noonan, J T, Jr 635
Norbrook, D 363
Norden, Eduard 5, 31, 45, 215, 356
Noreña, C 142
North, D C 594
North, J 276, 521, 525, 675, 752, 862, 864–5, 883
Nougaret, L 172
Noy, D 274, 752, 776, 778
Nugent, S G 823
Numa Pompilius 882
Nunberg, G 400
Nussbaum, A 87
Nussbaum, M C 717
Oakley, S P 884, 893
Oates, J F 132
Obbink, D 128, 361, 466
Ober, J 714
OʼBrien, M 490
Octavian, see Augustus
Odoacer 553
OʼDonnell, J J 11, 18
Odysseus 82
OʼGorman, E 306, 307
OʼHara, J J 80
Oleson, J P 513–14, 600, 844
Oliensis, E 226, 283, 286, 307, 446, 473
Oliver, J H 628, 659, 681
Omphale 227–8
OʼNeill, P 306
Onians, J 842, 849
Oniga, R 214
Önnerfors, A 874
Opillus, Aurelius 494, 500
Oppius 873
Orbilius of Beneventum 500
Orestes, P Antius 628
Orlando, F 306, 307
Ormand, K 224
Orosius 792–3
Ortner, S 238, 239, 247
Orwell, George 635
Osborne, R G 590, 596
Osgood, J 529
Osiek, C 621, 622
Ostwald, M 172
Otis, B 432
Ottaway, P 99
Oudshoorn, J G 645
Ovid 83, 84, 734
and the Art of Love 431
and elegy 183, 441
and exile poetry 440–1
and Janus 361
and letters 466, 467
and Metamorphoses 430, 817
and metre 163
and Narcissus 296–7
and Quintilian's ranking of 184
and translations of 191, 192
and transmission of texts 40
Pacciarelli, M 510
Pack, R A 132
Packard, David 15
Pacuvius 732
Paetus, Papirius 499
Pagliaro, A 211
Palaemon, Remmius 500
Palladius 190
Pallottino, M 348
Palmer, L R 88
Palmer, R E A 659
Palmieri, N 877
Panaetius 732–3
Panayotakis, S 487, 488, 491
Panciera, S 110, 117, 513
Panofsky, E 316, 339, 346
Pansa, Crassicius 494
Papinian 644
Paris, Julius 40
Paris, Matthew 828
Parker, A J 596, 598
Parker, H N 79, 224, 805
Parkin, T G 604, 621–2
Parkins, H 591, 592
Parkinson, R B 861
Parrish, D 628, 629
Parthenius 734
Pascoli, Giovanni 218
Pasquali, G 32, 45, 208
Pasquazi, A 864
Paterculus, Velleius 717
Patterson, H 95
Patterson, J 515, 591
Patterson, O 634–5
Paul, St 786, 787
Paul the Deacon 495
Paula (hermit) 147
Paulinus of Nola 468–9
Paullus, Aemilius 58, 736, 737
Paulus ex Festo 79
Payne, M 286
Peachin, M 872
Peacock, D P S 843
Pearce, J 96, 138
(p. 912) Pease, A S 262
Pecere, O 35, 43, 45
Peerlkamp, Peter Hofmann 353
Pellati, F 839
Pelling, C 408, 414–15, 417, 418
Penney, J H W 86
Pera, M Iunius Brutus 653
Peradotto, J 268
Perelman, C 400
Perkins, J 491
Perry, B E 479, 489
Perseus of Macedon 865
Persius 440
Pervo, R 491
Pestman, P W 132
Peter, H 473
Peters, M 80
Petersen, L H 635
Petrarch 43
Petrochilos, N K 745
Petronius:
and literary criticism 177
and the Satyricon 477, 619
fragmented structure 479–81
Menippean satire 481–2
narrators 482–3
social context 483–6
and transmission of texts 43
Petrucci, A 119
Pettit, P 717
Pevsner, N 851
Pflaum, H-G 150, 151
Phang, S E 571
Philo of Alexandria 681, 773, 776
Philo of Larissa 704
Philodemus of Gadara 868
and Epicureanism 706
and literary criticism 177
Philologus, Ateius:
and Roman scholarship 494
and social background 498
Philopappos 275
Philostratus 681, 730, 731
Piazzini, C 257
Pictor, Fabius 271, 888
Picus Martius 83
Piganiol, A 828
Pike, K L 255
Pinder, K 72
Pinkster, H 83, 88, 401
Pirenne, Henri 11
Pisan, Christine de 190
Piso Caesoninus, L Calpurnius 177
Pius, Metellus 319
Plass, P 666
Plato 184
and influence on Cicero 703–5
and political theory 714
Plautius, Aulus 634
Plautus 732
and Amphitruo 300–5
and literary criticism 178
and metre 162
and survival of texts 33
and translations of 191–2
and transmission of texts 35
Plaza, M 490
Pliny the Elder 79
and geography 830, 834
and metre 166
and Nerva's adoption of Trajan 152–3, 154
and rituals 761
and science 872–3
Pliny the Younger 81, 83, 717
and children, support of 614
and circus 651
and commemorative inscriptions 112–13
and letter collections 467–8
and metre 166
as prosecutor/defender 644
and transmission of texts 35–6, 39
Plommer, W H 838
Plotinos the Egyptian 875
Plutarch 717
and calendars 892
and exemplary nature of biography 409
and history/biography distinction 407–8
and Roman Questions 257
Poccetti, P 84
Pocock, J G A 685, 690, 720
Poe, E A 359
Pohl, W 554, 696
Pöhlmann, E 45
Poliakoff, M 666
Politian 5
Politta, Flavia 630
Poliziano, Angelo 34, 352–3
Pollack, Sydney 199
Pollard, N 673
Pollio, Asinius 282, 868
Pollio, Caius Postumius 852
Pollitt, J J 345, 347, 736
Polybius 209, 713
and Carthaginian war 527
on expropriation of art 737
and Hellenization 740
and Roman decline 718
Pomeroy, S B 815, 824
(p. 913) Pompey 147, 867
and dilemma over inscription 107
Pomponius 644, 819
Ponting, M 137
Pope, Alexander 191
Porcellus, Pomponius 500
Pormann, P 362
Porphyrius (charioteer) 654
Porphyry the Syrian 875
Porter, J I 307, 384
Portulas, J 445
Pöschl, V 432
Poseidonios of Apamea 867
Postumus 549
Potter, D S 544, 547, 560, 575, 690
Potter, T W 95, 514
Potts, A 360
Poucet, J 80, 508
Poultney, J W 81
Pound, Ezra 191
Powell, A 240
Powell, J G F 711, 734
Preisshofen, F 345
Premierfait, Laurent de 190
Prettjohn, E 356
Priapus 171–2, 224
Price, S 521, 525, 540, 675, 730, 752, 862, 864–5
Priscian 79
and grammatical gender 220
Priscianus, Theodorus 876
Priscus, Iavolenus 644
Probus, Valerius:
and glossary of abbreviations 108, 109
and lionization of 500
Procopé, J F 711
Procopius of Caesarea 555
Propertius 37, 191, 734
and elegy 441
and friendship 226
and Greek influences 361
and Perusine elegies:
formalist reading of 375–6
historicist reading of 372–5
non-literary and material contexts 377–8
sling-bullets 377
Proust, M 253
Prowse, T L 601
Prudentius 792
Prusias II, king of Bithynia 318
Pucci, M 773, 777
Pulcher, P Clodius 274
Pupienus 136
Pupillus, Orbilius 494
Purcell, N 542, 695, 825, 844, 886
Putnam, M C J 288, 289, 363, 432, 443
Pym, A 362
Pyrrhus, king of Epirus 527, 728
Quayle, Dan 84
Quehen, Hugh de 197
Questa, C 36, 45, 173
Quint, D 362
Quintilian 77
and canon formation 180
and historiography 414
and orator's education 225, 391, 397, 723
and political theory 717
and ranking of Ovid 184
and rhetoric 178, 400
Training in Oratory 391, 397
and transmission of texts 43
Raaflaub, K A 511
Raban, A 770, 843
Raben, Joseph 15
Rabinowitz, N S 824
Radcliffe-Brown, A R 251
Radice, Betty 196, 199
Radt, St 829
Raespaet-Charlier, M-T 150
Raffaelli, R 36, 45
Rajak, T 778
Rakob, F 70
Ramin, J 860
Rapisarda, C A 874
Rapp, C 557
Raskolnikoff, M 507
Rastelli, E 599
Rathbone, D W 127, 672
Ratzan, D M 131
Raven, D S 163, 172
Rawlings, L 510
Rawson, B 611, 621
Rawson, E 417, 502, 521, 661, 711, 733, 745, 861, 867, 868, 877
Reardon, B P 489
Reden, S von 101
Reece, R 97, 100
Rees, R 363
Reeve, M D 35, 42, 45, 46
Rehak, P 50
Reimitz, H 554, 696
Reinhold, M 363
Relihan, J 490
Remotti, F 257, 259
Renard, M 262
Renehan, R 221
Renfrew, C 93, 101
(p. 914) Resta, G 45
Reydams-Schils, G 711
Reynolds, J 136, 538, 645, 659
Reynolds, L D 34, 38, 43, 45, 46, 191, 360, 502
Ricci, F 599
Rich, J 591, 592
Richardson, J S 569, 643, 644
Richardson, L, Jr 375, 863, 864
Richardson, P 770
Richlin, Amy 191–2, 222, 224, 225, 226–7, 229, 447, 473, 799–800, 805, 808, 809, 822, 824, 825
Richter, T S 124
Richter, W 864
Ricks, C 200
Riess, E 262
Rieu, E V 195–6
Riggs, C 270
Riggsby, A 412, 415, 417, 466, 473, 643
Rimell, V 481, 490, 491
Ripollés, P P 136, 675
Risselada, R 78
Rives, J 761, 762, 764, 773
Rix, H 80, 86
Robb, J E 510
Robert, L 655, 867
Roberts, G 417
Roberts, S 639
Robertson, A S 139
Robertson, D S 841
Robinson, D 200
Robinson, O F 572, 638, 648
Roda, I 50
Roddaz, J-M 667
Rodríguez-Almeida, E 110
Rogers, G M 268, 681
Roller, D 770, 833
Roller, M B 242, 244, 245, 409, 412
Roman, D 865
Roman, Y 865
Romano, E 869
Romer, F E 830, 872
Romulus 82
Romulus Augustulus 553
Ronconi, A 211
Ros, K E 844
Roscius 454
Rose, C B 49, 50, 53, 56, 57, 60, 64, 65, 66, 69, 70, 72
Rose, H J 261, 262, 490
Rose, P 661
Rosenbaum, E 69
Rosenberg, H 312
Rosenmeyer, P 465, 467, 470, 473
Rosenmeyer, T G 172
Rosenstein, N 521, 523, 622
Rossi, L E 170
Rossini, O 347
Rostagni, A 212
Rostovtzeff, M I 127, 635
Rotili, M 57
Roueché, C 655
Rouse, W H D 197
Rowe, G 537
Rowe, Nicholas 191
Rowland, I 869
Rowlandson, J 127
Roymans, N 673
Rubiés, J-P 363
Rufus, Musonius 811–13
Runciman, WG 576
Rüpke, J 283, 288, 422, 423, 525, 755, 757, 758, 764, 884, 890, 893
Rupprecht, H-A 132
Rushdie, Salman 484
Russell, D A 186
Rutgers, L 776
Rutherford, R B 712
Ruys, J 363
Ryan, F X 524
Ryberg, I S 60, 635
Ryholdt, K 672
Sabbadini, R 43, 45
Sabbatini Tumolesi, P 110, 658
Sabinus, Caelius 644
Sáez Fernández, P 828
Sahlins, M 245, 509
Said, E W 98, 675, 736, 740
Salaun, G 140
Salis, Count de 138
Sallares, R 599, 602
Saller, R 235, 417, 538, 575, 593, 594, 599, 601, 614, 615, 616, 621, 674, 677, 819–20
Sallmann, K 502
Sallust 714–15
and Bellum Iugurthinum 407
and political theory 717, 721
Sallustius 179
Salmon, E T 567
Salomies, O 109
Salvadei, L 599
Salway, P 97
Salzman, M R 473, 553, 557, 635
Samuel, A E 892–3
Sanders, E P 767
Sanders, G 111, 115
Sandstroem, Y 352
(p. 915) Sandy, G 491
Sandys, George 191
Sandys, J E 8, 118
Santoro LʼHoir, F 223, 227
Santra 494
Sapir, E 204
Sappho 738
Sartre, M 764
Saserna, Hostilius 866
Saturninus, Vigellius 629
Saumaise, Claude de 39
Sauron, G 842, 847
Saussy, H 416
Sayers, Dorothy L 196
Sbonias, K 94
Scaevola, Q Mucius 642
Scarborough, J 656, 862, 878
Scarpi, P 764
Scaurus, M Aemilius 654
Schäfer, A 762, 764
Schäfer, P 773, 776
Schaff, A 204
Schalit, A 770
Scheid, J 270, 525, 629, 689, 732
Scheidel, W 94, 101, 522, 593, 594, 596, 597, 599, 600, 601, 602, 603, 604, 622, 626, 635, 760, 763
Schiavone, A 100, 269, 626, 633
Schiesaro, A 245, 307, 679
Schilling, R 864
Schlam, C 483, 490
Schleiermacher, Friedrich 189
Schmeling, G 483, 489, 490, 491
Schmid, W P 203, 204
Schmidt, F 748
Schmidt, M G 119
Schmidt, P L 502
Schmit-Neuerburg, T 422
Schmitz, T 363, 680, 743
Schmitzer, Ulrich 25
Schnegg-Köhler, B 288
Schneider, H 600
Schneider, R 70, 269, 673
Schofield, M 718
Schrijvers, P H 711
Schröder, B-J 473
Schulte, R 189
Schultz, C E 825
Schultz, F 642, 645
Schultze, C 271
Schulz, F 205, 209, 213
Schulze, C 872
Schürer, E 767, 768, 769, 770
Schütz, A 346
Schwartz, S 276, 552, 767, 768, 769, 770, 771, 772, 773, 775, 779
Schwindt, J 186
Sciarrino, E 284
Scobie, A 490, 661
Sconocchia, S 872
Scott, E 102
Scullard, H H 68
Sear, F B 848, 854
Secundus, Pedanius 760
Sedigitus, Volcacius 179, 180
Sedley, D 179, 711, 866, 868
Segal, C 306, 307
Segal, E 305, 307
Seider, R 45
Selden, D 286, 490
Sellers, M N S 519
Senator, Cassiodorus 877
Seneca 717
and declamation 399
and letters 466, 467, 468
and literary criticism 177
and literary language 216–17
and philosophy 702, 708
conception of the good 709–10, 711
Latinization of 711
Stoicism 708–11
and science 871
and tragedy 455, 457
and translations of 190, 191, 192–3
and transmission of texts 37, 38, 42
Seneca the Elder 40–1
Senecio, Sosius 154
Septimius, P 870
Sequester, Vibius 40
Serapio 827, 829
Serres, M 717
Servius 77
Settis, S 347, 835
Severus, Septimius 549, 656
and Roman coinage 136
Severy, B 614
Sewell, W H 238, 239, 242, 245
Sextius, Quintus 871
Shackleton Bailey, D R 191, 378
Shakespeare, William 192, 193
Shanzer, D 473
Shapiro, M 347
Share, D 192
Sharrock, A 440, 447, 822
Shatzman, I 527
Shaw, B D 538, 542, 543, 616, 621, 770, 771
Sheets, K B 193, 195
Shelley, P B 355
(p. 916) Shepard, P 262
Sherk, R K 118
Sherwin-White, A N 269, 274, 632, 676
Shoptaw, J 306
Shumate, N 479–80, 490
Sichtermann, H 70
Sidwell, K 362
Sihler, A L 79, 84, 88
Sijpesteijn, P M 126
Silanus, Iunius 866
Silk, M S 360
Silver, M 594
Silvestri, D 80
Sisani, S 81
Sizgorich, T N 688
Skinner, M 222, 225, 230, 447, 797
Skoie, M 363
Skutsch, O 181, 432
Slater, N 480–1, 490
Slater, W J 457, 664–5
Small, J P 346
Smallwood, E M 626, 866
Smart, Christopher 193
Smil, Vaclav 3 n3
Smith, C J 82, 508, 510, 591, 592, 883, 885, 892
Smith, E B 840
Smith, J Z 689, 749
Smith, M M 45, 490
Smith, R R R 50, 51, 57, 64, 65, 269, 322, 346, 834
Smolenaars, J J L 166
Snell, B 330
Snowden, F 271, 273
Snyder, W F 674
Socrates (tax collector) 129, 130
Sogno, C 473
Solin, H 118, 635
Solinus 830, 874
Solodow, J B 413
Somma, T P 350
Soranus 817
Sornatius 870
Soubiran, J 161, 173
Spartacus 572, 633
Späth, T 230
Spawforth, Anthony 6 n7, 681
Speranza, F 864, 866, 873
Sperling, G 843
Spickermann, W 762, 764
Spiegel, G 239, 240, 241, 242, 247
Spiers, R P 841
Spitzer, L 214
Spoerri Butcher, M 136
Stäcker, J 540
Starr, R 185, 283
Statius:
and Achilleid 425
and ambitions of 429
and interpretation through later writings 351–2
and metre 164–5, 166–8
and Thebaid 425, 426
and transmission of texts 39, 43
Stedman Jones, G 239, 245
Stein, P 637
Steinbauer, D H 81
Steinby, E M 539, 863, 864
Steiner, G 200
Steinmetz, P 169
Stemberger, G 773–4
Stephens, L D 83
Stephens, S 363
Stern, M 768, 776
Stern, S 883
Stevenson, J 382, 383
Stewart, A 59
Stewart, P 414
Stibbe, C M 510
Stier, H-E 835
Stilicho 147, 792
Stilo, L Aelius 867
Stilp, F 60
Stolz, F 203, 204, 213, 214
Stone, M 357
Stoneman, R 491
Storey, G R 95
Stowers, S K 470, 473
Strabo 673, 829, 834, 866, 870
and Alexander's choice of advisers 677–8
on Spanish peoples 266
Strack, H 773–4
Strathern, M 252
Strawson, G 417
Stray, C 193, 363
Striker, G 734
Strocka, V M 348, 848
Stroh, W 85, 173
Strong, D E 843, 848
Struck, M 96
Struck, P 178
Strzygowski, J 848
Stuart, D R 408
Stückelberger, A 830
Stuckey, G 490
Suburanus, Attius 154
Suerbaum, W 33
Suetonius:
and foreign cults 759
and origins of Roman scholarship 493, 494
(p. 917) and seating at spectacles 661
and spectacles 661–2
and On Teachers of Grammar and Rhetoric 500
and translations of 190
Sulla 147, 737
and political reforms 525
and sack of Athens 702
Sullivan, J P 240, 243, 358, 490
Sulpicia 734, 804
and elegy 441–2
Sundelin, L 126
Sutherland, C H V 141
Svenbro, J 346
Swain, S 360, 405, 408, 680, 745, 774
Swoboda, A P 869
Syme, R 157, 198, 416, 520, 529, 572, 612, 634, 716, 835, 870
Symmachus 471
Symonds, John Addington 192
Syrus, Publius 462
Szemerényi, O 83
Tacitus 85, 874, 891
and Agricola 152, 409
and decline of freedom 624–5
and foreign cults 759
and freedom and slavery 634
and literary history 182
and On Orators 391
and political theory 717
and religion 752
and translations of 191
and transmission of texts 39, 42
Tacoma, L E 127
Talbert, R 537, 828
Tanner, J 59
Tarrant, R J 46, 173
Tatum, J 483, 490
Taylor, B 363
Taylor, D J 78
Taylor, L R 81, 528
Taylor, R 237, 799, 809, 839
Tcherikover, V 776
Temin, P 596, 598
Terence:
and adaptation of Greek plays 179, 732
and literary criticism 178
and translations of 190
and transmission of texts 33, 36
Terras, M M 110
Terrenato, N 97–8, 509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 514
Tertullian 651, 653, 665, 690, 752–3, 755, 759
Teyeb, Moctar 633
Thelamon, F 689
Theodorus, Mallius 876
Theodosius I 320, 547, 550
and Christianity 551, 557
and missorium of Madrid 321
and personality of 322–3
and portrait of 322
Theodosius II 646
Theophanes of Mytilene 743, 867
Thilo, G 496
Thomas, E V 591, 851
Thomas, P 235
Thomas, R 116, 350, 363, 432
Thomas, Y 272
Thompson, L A 271, 273
Thompson, M 139
Thomsen, R 140
Thraede, K 473
Thrasyllus 702
Thucydides 209
Tiberius:
and exploitation of provinces 573
and halts war in Germany 567
and scholarship 498, 499
Tibullus 37, 734
and elegy 441
and friendship 226
Timaeus of Tauromenium 887–8
Timpanaro, S 32, 45, 262
Titianus, Iulius 874
Titus 677, 874
Toner, J P 679, 744
Toohey, P 432
Torelli, M 347, 509, 860
Townend, G 181
Toynbee, Arnold 15
Traina, A 208, 217, 218
Trajan, and Nerva's adoption of 152–5
Trapp, M 465
Trebilco, P 776, 777, 778
Treggiari, S 613, 621, 622, 638, 802, 815, 818
Tremel, J 657
Tribonian 555, 647
Trillmich, W 843
Tronskij, J M 215
Tucci, P 849
Tuchelt, K 70
Tupet, A 262
Turberville, George 191
Turcan, R 763
Turcotte, P-A 795
Turner, E G 132
Turpin, W 643
Tylor, E B 236, 238
Tyrannio 827, 829
(p. 918) Tytler, Alexander 189
Tzonis, A 848
Ulfila 791
Ulpian 109, 638, 644, 645, 819
Ungaro, L 70
Untermann, J 80, 81, 83, 86
Urban VIII, Pope 2
Ursus, Lucius Iulius 153, 154
Väänänen, V 117
Valens 553, 791
Valentinianus I 321
Valerius Maximus 357
and Memorable Deeds and Sayings 502, 618
and political theory 717
and translations of 190, 191
Valette-Cagnac, E 262, 283, 289
Vall 5
Van Binsbergen, W 268
Van Dam, H-J 353
Van Dam, R 471, 557
Van der Eijk, Ph 876
Van Mal-Maeder, D 491
Van Minnen, P 129
Van Sickle, John 417
van Thiel, H 45
Vardi, A 502
Varner, E 69, 227
Varone, A 113
Varro, Marcus Terentius 77–8, 107
and Account of Ancient Things Human and Divine 496
and architecture 839
and assimilation of Greek science 867–8
and De Lingua Latina 77, 79–80, 83, 495, 496
and foreign cults 759
and grammatical gender 221
and linguistics 79
and religion 761
and Roman scholarship 495
and social background 498
and transmission of texts 42
and On the Way of Life of the Roman People 496
Vasunia, P 6 n6, 363
Vegetius 876
and translations of 190
Venuti, L 189, 200
Vera, D 875
Verbrugghe, G P 891
Vermaseren, M 56
Vernant, J-P 261, 262
Vessey, D W T C 432
Vessey, M 468, 473, 877
Veyne, P 256, 275, 373, 442, 447, 536, 541, 614, 678, 679, 762, 763, 867
Vickers, B 363
Victor, Julius 469–70
Victorinus, Marius 79
Ville, G 655, 660, 667
Vine, B 117
Vinogradoff, P 637
Virgil 77
and the Aeneid 80, 679
canonical text of epic tradition 421
comparison with Odyssey 424–5
exemplarity 424
Greek influences 356–7, 735
Homeric tradition 328, 429
illuminated by post-classical writings 352–4
metre in 161
pietas 615
responses to 426–8
Rome's role 743
temporality 209–10
use of other genres 430
women in 823–4
and the Eclogues 735
and the Georgics 431, 735, 891
and Greek influences 361, 735
and Latin language 85, 86
and mime 462
and relationship with patron 423
and translations of 190, 191
and transmission of texts 36–7
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and science 869–70
and transmission of texts 40
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Vossler, K 213
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Wagner, G 131
Waite, Steven 15
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Waldner, K 761
Walker, A 140, 447
Walker, B 417–18, 624
Walker, S 681
Wallace, R E 86
Wallace-Hadrill, A 72, 141, 245, 270, 405, 540, 591, 592, 674, 679, 745, 843, 848, 853, 863, 867, 877
(p. 919) Wallerstein, I 101
Wallraff, M 764
Walsh, P G 489, 758
Walters, J 227
Waquet, F 357
Waquet, W 254
Warburg, A 260, 356
Warburton, N 312, 346
Ward-Perkins, J B 556, 576, 591, 598, 692, 841, 848–9, 850
Warner, Rex 196
Watkins, C 82, 83, 87
Watson, A 638, 642, 648
Watson, G R 664
Watts, C M 843
Watts, D J 843
Watts, W J 87
Waugh, Evelyn 361
Waugh, L 261
Weber, M 593
Webster, J 268
Weinfeld, M 768
Weiss, A 629
Weiss, M 81, 88
Weiss, R 137
Weissbort, D 200
Weitzman, S 769
Welch, K 53, 72, 658, 850
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Whitby, M 795
White, H 415, 556
White, P 185, 423, 472, 473
Whitehouse, R 228
Whitmarsh, T 270, 489, 678, 680, 743
Whittaker, C R 100, 673
Whorf, B L 204, 255
Wickham, C 598, 676, 695
Wickhoff, F 848
Wiedemann, T 662, 666, 667
Wiegartz, H 53
Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, Ulrich von 199, 285
Wilcken, U 127
Wilcox, A 470, 473
Wilcox, D J 887, 893
Wilkinson, L P 466, 802
Wilkinson, T 94
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Wilson Jones, M 839–40, 843, 844, 849, 851
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Winckelmann, Johann Joachim 360
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Winkler, M 363
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Wirszubski, C 566, 634
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Wöhrle, G 230
Wojtylak, L 80
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Woodman, T 240
Woodward, D 827
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Wright, F L 842
Wrigley, E A 591, 597, 602
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Yntema, D G 835
Yourcenar, M 362
Youtie, H C 129
Yun Lee Too 484, 490
Zabughin, V 363
Zanker, P 73, 243, 244, 246, 270, 274, 345, 346, 347, 348, 536, 612, 679, 730, 745, 842, 843
Zeitlin, F 479, 480, 490, 733, 817
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Zelzer, M 35, 45, 473
Zenobia, Queen 550
Zerubavel, E 893
Zetzel, J 422, 447, 502
(p. 920) Zhmud, L 861
Zimmerman, C 611
Zimmerman, M 491
Zimmermann, R 637, 642
Zinser, H 755
Zinsli, S 230
Ziolkowski, I 363, 509
Zorzetti, N 283
Zuiderhoek, A 658, 665
Zwierlein, O 173