Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies

Subjects, volumes 37- (1996- )


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A
  • Aaron   44.164ff
  • abandoned children   40.27
  • abbreviations   42.97ff
  • abduction of women   38.409ff; 41.377ff; 50.444ff
  • abortion   40.26ff; 46.47ff; 53.742ff
  • abridgement   44.342ff; 45.311ff, 386ff
  • St Acacius   40.357ff
  • Academy, Platonic   45.285ff; 52.477f
  • accents, Greek   52.240ff; 53.708ff
  • accessus   44.418f
  • Achaea, Augustan policy on   37.388f
  • Achilleid   40.269f, 282
  • Achilles   38.130ff, 226; 39.340; 54.61f
  • Achilles Tatius   38.428; 41.379ff; 49.264ff
  • Achilles Tatius Astron.   53.18
  • Acraephen   50.49ff
  • Acraephia   41.208f; 50.49ff
  • Acragas   52.83ff
  • Acre (Ptolemais)   41.299f
  • Acropolis (Athens)   50.159ff; 51.363ff
  • Actian era   49.529f
  • acting   43.341ff; 46.13ff
  • actors’ interpolations   42.314ff
  • actresses   41.184f
  • Acts of Philip 95   40.280
  • Adana   42.306
  • adaptations, Roman   46.13ff, 175ff
  • adultery   45.319
  • Aea   38.375ff
  • Aegina   50.490ff; 52.57ff
  • Aegosthena   41.57f
  • Aelian NA 16.20   40.341f, 350
    • VH 14.13   47.62f
    • fr.10   37.340f
  • Aeneas   40.315; 53.1ff
  • Aeneas of Gaza   49.115f; 53.145ff
  • Aeneas Tacticus   42.247
    • 4.8   37.338
  • Aeolus, Aeolidae   41.204ff
  • Aeschines   40.180, 247
    • 1.4f   48.25
    • 2.70ff   47.284ff
    • 3   49.31ff
    • 3.66ff   47.273ff
  • Aeschrion of Samos   39.147f
  • Aeschylus Ag.   43.348ff
    • Ag. 1ff   50.461ff
    • Ag. 355ff   52.548
    • Ag. 640ff   40.127
    • Ag. 1444ff   52.540ff
    • Ag. 1478ff   49.477ff
    • Cho.   46.249ff
    • Cho. 942ff   50.461ff
    • Eum. 1ff   39.126ff
    • Eum. 830ff   49.240
    • Oresteia   51.202ff, 368f, 554ff
    • PV   47.121ff; 48.133ff
    • PV 460f   44.335
    • Supp. 1018ff   51.552ff
    • influence of   43.391ff
    • mss.   41.123ff
  • Aesop   45.133, 235, 243; 52.540ff
  • aesthetics   47.257ff
  • Aethra   37.320ff
  • aetiology   48.405ff; 50.44ff; 53.443ff
  • Aetius medicus   53.742ff
  • Aetna   48.137
  • Aetolians, and Sparta   45.22ff
  • afterlife   47.389ff
  • Agamemnon   49.159ff; 54.45ff
  • Agathias Hist.  38.295ff; 44.283ff
    • Hist. 2.1.2   41.258
    • Hist. 2.30f   45.285ff
  • Agathocles, son of Lysimachus   47.135ff
  • Agathon, poet   37.209ff; 44.334ff; 47.63
  • Agdistis   39.297ff
  • ager publicus   49.139ff
  • Ages of Man   47.26ff
  • Agesilaus II   54.45ff
  • Agia Marina, in Athens   45.91ff
  • Aglauros   37.109; 44.128ff
  • Agnonides of Athens   38.56
  • Agora, Athenian   37.107ff
  • Agra   43.219ff
  • agri deserti   44.69ff; 49.150f
  • agriculture   42.9ff, 127ff, 225ff; 44.69ff; 49.391ff, 535; 53.520ff
    • and myth   48.115ff
  • Agyrrhius of Athens   49.12ff
  • Aion   53.353f
  • aischrologia   38.23ff
  • Ahhotep   42.26ff
  • Akephaloi, Christians   39.169ff; 47.236
  • Akephaloi, demons   47.93f
  • Akhenaten   42.33f
  • Akkadian literature   45.131ff
  • Alalu   51.194f
  • Alans   44.296
  • Albinus, Platonist   54.31f, 136ff
  • Alcaeus fr.307   39.124ff
    • fr.335   52.45f
    • fr.346-347   52.46ff
  • Alcibiades   37.209, 230; 49.363ff
    • and Timon   42.151
  • Alcibiades II   39.363ff
  • Alcmaeonids   41.211; 49.369f; 51.366ff
  • Alcman   44.5ff; 53.420ff
  • Alcmene   41.199
  • Aldine Press   43.175f, 405f; 46.395ff; 47.470ff
  • Alexander the Great   37.23ff; 39.243ff, 411ff; 40.303f; 42.255ff; 43.376f; 50.215ff, 565ff
    • army of   47.401ff; 48.39ff
    • in art   47.431ff
    • Arrian on   51.613ff
    • Plutarch on   42.329ff; 54.45ff
  • Alexander IV   43.378ff
  • Alexander of Aphrodisias   44.416ff
  • Alexander the Clerk   40.389
  • Alexander Polyhistor   43.5ff, 391ff
  • Alexander Romance   40.263ff, 280; 50.175ff; 54.115ff
  • Alexandria   43.149ff, 251; 46.231ff, 310ff; 47.180f, 431ff; 48.393ff; 49.113ff; 50.95ff; 53.145ff
  • Alexandria by Granicus   39.262
  • Alexandria by Issus   39.262
  • Alexis   38.48ff
  • Alexius I Comnenus   39.108ff; 40.387; 41.383
  • Allat, goddess   40.235ff
  • allegory   44.163ff, 188ff; 45.223ff; 47.49, 54; 48.409; 49.435ff; 50.436ff
  • alliances   45.5ff
  • allotment   43.249; 46.307
  • Aloadae   44.165ff
  • allusion, literary   45.331ff; 46.175ff; 48.10ff; 49.257ff, 363ff; 50.63ff, 87ff; 53.420ff
  • Alphabetikon   37.286
  • alphabetizing   42.323
  • alytarchs   50.418
  • Amastris   47.142ff
  • Alpheus, epigrammatist   50.69ff
  • Amazons, and Alexander   42.339
  • ambiguity, dramatic   48.237ff
  • Amiroutzes, Georgios   52.267ff
  • Ammianus Marcellinus   31.16.4ff; 37.259ff
    • on Arabs   37.270f
  • amnesty   51.254ff
  • Amorgos   41.58
  • amphibious raids   42.236ff
  • amphoras   53.525
  • Amphictyony, Delphian   42.44ff
  • amulets   40.104; 46.47; 53.326ff
  • Amyntas of Galatia   41.362ff
  • Ps.-Anacharsis   38.98f
  • anagnorisis   38.285ff
  • anagrapheis, Athenian   39.27ff
  • Ananias of Shirak   37.309f
  • anapaests   49.357ff
  • anaphora   46.127f
  • anaphora, liturgical   53.138ff
  • Anargyroi, church of   40.384ff
  • Anastasia, d. of Constantius I   38.200, 207
  • Anastasian Wall   37.303f
  • Anastasius I   47.377ff, 455ff; 48.447ff
  • Anastasius Pers. Miracula   41.253
  • Anastasius the Sinaite   42.290, 305
  • Anatolia   41.225, 349ff; 53.645ff
  • Anaximenes Rh.Al.   1421ff 40.187f
  • Andocides 1.80   45.19
    • 1.87f   46.372f
    • 3.12   45.19
    • Plutarch on   42.338
  • St Andrew the Fool, Vita    40.360; 42.293, 302
  • Andromache   41.155ff; 46.147ff
  • Andromachus of Neapolis   39.281
  • Andronicus I   39.113
  • Andronicus II   40.388
  • Andronicus III   40.266
  • Androtion of Athens   47.31ff
  • anecdotes   42.330, 342f; 48.168ff; 50.543ff; 52.369ff, 473ff
  • Anemoreia   38.270
  • anger   44.175ff; 47.307ff
  • angels   46.79, 172; 51.157ff; 53.344ff
  • Ankhesenamun   42.35
  • anklebones   40.338ff
  • Anna Comnena   53.192ff
  • Anna Perenna   47.87ff
  • antelope, Tibetan   40.331ff
  • Anthemius of Antioch   42.302
  • Anthemius of Nicomedia   42.307
  • anthologies   43.177ff, 243ff; 50.385ff
  • Anthesteria   49.232ff
  • Anth.Gr. 2   47.361ff; 48.452ff
    • 5.94   39.139
    • 5.132   40.317
    • 6.351   50.379f
    • 7.256    42.196
    • 7.272   50.384
    • 7.345   39.147f
    • 7.557   50.384
    • 7.522   50.382ff
    • 7.659   48.29
    • 9.100   50.69ff
    • 9.210   47.222
    • 9.408   50.63ff
    • 9.421   50.71ff
    • 9.502   50.297ff
    • 9.528   50.298ff
    • 9.656   48.448f
    • 10.71   47.20
    • 11   52.632ff
    • 11.73   50.297
    • 11.171   52.651
    • 11.384   50.303ff
    • 11.384   50.303ff
    • 12.6   53.687ff
    • 12.50   52.55f
    • 12.102   52.137ff
    • 15.21ff   52.284ff
    • 16.32   44.97f
    • 16.282   50.306ff
    • and Meleager   50.193ff
  • anthologies   51.167ff; 52.393ff; 53.852ff
  • Anthony of Novgorod   40.360ff
  • Antigonids, and Athens   49.53ff
  • Antigonus of Carystus   44.5ff
  • Antigonus Monophthalmus   39.6ff
  • Antioch, Byzantine   40.53ff; 41.183ff, 297; 46.240ff; 50.411ff; 52.435ff; 54.69ff
  • Antiochia Castellum   41.368
  • Antiochia ad Cragum   41.368
  • Antiochia Lamontis   41.368
  • Antiochus, astronomer   41.79
  • Antiochus of Commagene   41.366f
  • Antiope, heroine   41.198
  • Antipater, brigand   38.117
  • Antipater of Thessalonica   50.63ff
  • Antiphon   41.317ff; 46.142
  • antiquarian writings   47.31ff
  • antirrhesis   43.152ff
  • C. Antius A. Iulius Quadratus   41.366ff
  • Antoninus Pius   41.370, 372
  • M. Antonius   41.370f
  • M. Antonius Polemo   41.367
  • Anthony the Great   42.304
  • aoroi   46.46ff
  • apagoge   41.325; 46.384f
  • Apelles, painter   44.368
  • Aphaea   50.490ff
  • aphesis   52.587ff
  • Aphrodisias   42.190; 45.304f
  • Aphrodite   42.281ff; 43.231ff, 243ff; 46.165; 49.575f; 51.49ff
  • Aphthonius, rhetorician   43.136, 190; 46.101ff; 47.433ff; 52.92ff, 403ff
  • Apicius 1.9ff   40.250
  • apocrypha, Christian   50.586ff; 53.551ff
  • Apolexis of Oion   37.382, 395ff
  • Apollas/Apellas Ponticus   37.246
  • Apollinaris of Laodiceia   42.204ff
  • Apollo   38.266ff; 39.121ff; 41.153f, 167ff; 44.114; 46.158; 47.152; 49.238f; 51.10f, 529fff; 52.510ff, 556
    • Apollo Delios   52.521ff
    • Apollo Delphinios   52.516ff
    • Apollo Ptoos   41.208ff; 50.49ff
  • Apollodorus of Athens   39.391ff
    • fr.105   44.142
  • Ps.-Apollodorus   52.147ff
  • Apollodorus Caryst. Hecyra   40.43
  • Apollonius Rh. Arg.   38.373ff; 50.391ff
    • 1.1f   46.9; 53.23f
    • 3.744ff   44.233
  • Apollonius Sophista   44.238f
  • Apollonius, dioiketes   42.117ff
  • apologetics, Christian   42.361ff; 44.245ff
  • Apophthegmata Patrum   42.7ff, 290; 44.376; 46.315ff; 51.323ff, 634ff; 53.726ff
  • Apost.Const. 6.30.5   43.169f
  • apotropaia   49.227ff
  • Appian BC 3.48   41.267f
    • Syr. 29   39.260f
  • Apple-bearers (Persian unit)   37.47
  • apprenticeship   50.288ff
  • appropriation, literary   46.13ff, 87ff, 101ff
  • Apsines, rhetorician  39.289; 43.133
  • aqueducts   47.455ff
  • Arabia   42.191f
  • Arabic Christian literature   42. 361ff
  • Arabic scholarship   45.290ff
  • Arabic science   47.518ff
  • Arabs   37.259ff; 41.187f; 43.57ff, 100ff; 45.69f
  • Aratus Hymn to Apollo   50.75ff
    • Phaen.   44.232ff
    • Vita   50.540
  • Arbela, battle of   37.33ff; 38.361; 42.346f
  • arbitration, interstate   39.11f, 43
  • Arcesilaus, philosopher   52.477f
  • Archedicus of Athens   38.48
  • Archedicus of Athens   38.48
  • Archelaus of Macedonia   50.544ff
  • archery   40.144; 50.140ff, 490ff
  • archiereis   44.41ff
  • Archilochus fr.14   52.21ff
    • frr.15, 216   38.235ff, 260f
  • Archimedes   41.64
  • Archinus of Athens   41.346f; 51.254ff
  • architecture   45.91ff; 48.6, 57ff
  • archives, papyrus   53.269ff; 54.37ff
  • archons, Athenian   39.23ff; 41.314ff
  • arctic circle   44.238ff
  • Ardericca   42.194f
  • Areopagus   41.311ff, 339f; 42.341; 44.425; 51.368ff
  • Ares   45.261ff; 49.484f, 570f
  • Arethas of Caesarea   39.145ff; 42.368, 386; 53.822ff; 54.106ff
  • argali   40.342, 347
  • Argonauts   38.373ff; 50.391ff
  • Argos, cults at   44.151; 50.130f
  • Ariadne   41.202f
  • Arianism   42.365, 382f; 47.225ff
  • Ariarathes of Cappadocia   41.371
  • Ari(m)aspians   42.46ff
  • Ariobarzanes of Cappadocia   41.359ff
  • Arion   43.260ff
  • Ariosto   52.142ff
  • Aristarchus of Samos   41.63; 44.235
  • Aristarchus of Samothrace   44.174; 46.231ff; 47.41ff
  • Aristeas of Proconnesus   38.385
  • Aristides, Aelius   39.290f; 46.208f; 47.35f, 84f, 461; 52.406ff
    • Or. 27   43.34ff
    • Or. 46.154   49.348ff
  • Aristobulus, historian   37.31ff; 39.252, 420ff
  • Aristocles of Rhodes   44.127
  • aristocratic code   41.102ff, 155
  • aristocracy   39.333ff
  • Aristodemus of Messenia   39.41ff
  • Aristomenes of Corcyra   41.57
  • Aristophanes   37.209, 230; 51.382ff
    • Ach. 46ff   51.388ff
    • Ach. 395ff   44.332f
    • Ach. 523ff   51.385ff
    • Ach. 531   52.619
    • Ach. 709   50.490ff
    • Ach., editions of   47.114f
    • Av. 466ff   51.392ff
    • Av. 827   44.139, 143
    • Av. 904ff   44.331f; 49.384ff; 53.22f
    • Av. 1545ff   42.150
    • Eq.   40.247
    • Eq. 163   49.223ff
    • Lys.   42.143ff
    • Nub.   40.150
    • Nub. 984f   51.376
    • Pax 868   41.119
    • Plut. 633ff   50.169f
    • Plut. 883ff   49.254
    • Ran. 141   49.24f
    • Ran. 151   44.350
    • Ran. 1109ff   44.359f
    • Thesm.   38.19ff; 44.331ff
    • Vesp.   40.135ff
    • fr.124   48.12f
    • fr.504   48.36
    • fr.575   49.22f
    • and Euripides   49.385ff
    • and Homer   42.155f
    • influence of   47.76
    • scholia on  49.63ff
  • Aristophanes of Byzantium   38.45; 42.317ff
  • Aristotle
    • A.Po,78a   54.20
    • Apor.Homer.   50.317ff
    • Ath.Pol.   53.93ff; 54.1ff
    • Ath.Pol. 12   40.111ff
    • Ath.Pol. 20   39.358f
    • Ath.Pol. 34   45.19f
    • Ath.Pol. 43   47.271ff
    • Ath.Pol. 67   41.319f
    • Eth.Nic. 1106 ff   51.487ff
    • HA 583a   45.324
    • Interp. 17a-b   54.137ff
    • Mete. IV   52.760
    • Nomima Barb.   42.44ff
    • Oec. 1348b33ff   42.243
    • De phil.   47.175
    • Poet.   38.285ff
    • Poet. 1449   43.6ff, 391ff
    • Poet. 1451b   44.22
    • Poet. 1454a   42.316
    • Poet. 1455   43.345
    • Poet. 1461   50.309ff
    • Pol.   47.477
    • Pol. 1264a   48.355
    • Pol. 1267   49.25f
    • Pol. 1270a   51.405
    • Pol. 1317   50.13f
    • Rh.   44.411ff
    • Rh. 1354 ff   41.318; 51.456ff
    • Rh. 1375   40.184f
    • Rh. 1398   46.333ff
    • Top. 105   44.331ff
    • fr.72   54.20f
    • fr.540   51.403
    • fr.592   45.12ff
    • and ancient scholarship   47.61
    • and astronomy   41.62
    • in Byzantium   51.483ff; 53.763ff; 54.136ff
    • and chronography   45.251ff
    • commentaries on   54.136ff
    • on ethics   51.483ff
    • on freedom   50.9ff
    • and Macedonia   38.55
    • political opinions   41.331ff
    • quinta essentia   41.70
    • and Thucydides   41.337ff
    • translations of   47.469ff   41.70
  • Arius Didymus   50.96f
  • armatura   41.248ff
  • Armelius   41.293, 301
  • Armenia   41.369f
  • Armenian literature   42.371ff; 43.134f, 140
  • armies   37.27ff, 45ff; 38.341ff, 38.362ff; 41.223ff; 47.193ff; 48.39ff, 265ff, 275, 323f; 49.343ff; 51.239ff, 401ff, 579ff; 53.645ff
    • Byzantine   44.265ff; 49.135ff
  • arms and armor   38.343f; 44.265ff; 50.133ff
  • Arrhetophoria   37.369ff
  • Arrian   44.277ff; 50.215ff
    • Anab. 1.2.5   51.588
    • Anab. 1.3   50.581f
    • Anab. 3.11.8   48.46f
    • Anab. 3.16.10f   48.42; 51.587f
    • Anab. 3.18.7ff   51.613ff
    • Anab. 5.1.5   39.252
    • Anab. 7.1   50.565ff
    • Anab. 7.6.1   39.244f
    • Succ.   43.373ff
    • Tact.   47.195
    • Tact. 33-44   41.251f
    • sources   37.25ff; 50.565ff
    • and Herodotus   51.613ff
    • and Plutarch   50.565ff
  • arrows   45.198f
  • Arselis of Mylasa   38.252f
  • Arsen Iq'altoeli   42.371ff
  • Arsinoe II Philadelphus   43.243ff; 47.135ff
  • Arsinoe III   50.87ff
  • Arsinoeia-Ephesus   39.7, 13f
  • Artayctes, Persian   44.19ff
  • art theory   44.361ff; 47.227
  • Artachaees, Persian   50.493
  • Artemidorus Oneir.   39.221f; 48.431
  • Artemis   39.56, 293; 43.223ff; 49.577f; 50.409, 492ff
    • Leucophryene   46.275ff; 47.151ff
    • Orthia   51.369f
    • of Perge   42.197
  • Artemon, scholar   54.29f
  • asceticism   40.53ff, 207ff, 319f; 42.7ff, 380; 46.315ff; 49.260ff; 50.95ff
  • Asclepiades, epigrammatist   52.55f
  • Asclepiades of Myrleia   39.49; 42.326
  • Asclepius   42.123f; 50.159ff
  • Asgyraspides   37.48f
  • ash trees   44.183ff
  • Ashdod   42.376
  • Asia, province   41.349ff; 44.41ff
  • asiarchs   44.41ff
  • Asinius Quadratus   53.633
  • Asios   41.198
  • Aspasius of Tyre   39.289
  • asphodel   47.389ff
  • assault   48.181ff
  • assemblies, political   39.334ff; 45.131ff; 47.271ff; 48.417ff
  • asses   40.327ff
  • associations, private   48.427ff
  • Assurbanipal   38.252f
  • Assyria   41.287; 45.391
  • Aster of Methone   45.195ff
  • Asteropaeus   40.173
  • astragali   40.338f
  • astrology   41.59ff, 176; 44.100f; 47.520; 52.587ff
  • astronomy   41.59ff; 44.231ff; 45.359ff
  • asylia, territorial   39.15ff; 275f
  • Atalanta   42.144ff
  • Athanasius of Alexandria   42.204, 289; 47.228ff
    • V.Ant.   40.281f
  • Athanasius, rhetorician   43.139
  • Athena   42.157f; 44.111ff; 48.381ff; 51.198f
    • Athena-Allat   40.235f
    • ergane   44.158ff
    • Itonia   41.205
    • in Aristophanes   38.28, 36f
    • in Homer   43.323ff; 49.323ff, 413ff
  • Athenaeus   51.86ff
    • 216   45.335
  • Athenian Empire   44.27, 38, 161
  • Athens
    • archaic   39.224ff, 353ff
    • assemblies   47.271ff; 50.499ff
    • and Augustus   37.381ff
    • Byzantine   45.91ff
    • citizenship   37.383ff; 40.5ff; 40.5ff; 48.374ff; 50.337ff
    • constitution   48.15ff; 50.499ff
    • courts/law   41.311ff; 50.499ff; 51.254ff; 52.167ff; 53.90ff; 54.1ff
    • and Delphi   39.133ff
    • demes and tribes   50.366ff
    • economy   41.49
    • and Eleusis   40.109ff
    • empire   49.363ff; 52.510ff, 559ff
    • ephebeia   37.393f; 49.343ff
    • finance   49.5ff
    • foreigners in   48.343ff
    • Hellenistic   39.23ff; 49.53ff
    • Kerameikos and Agora   37.107ff
    • magistrates   54.1ff
    • nomothetai   50.515f
    • Peisistratid   41.193ff
    • and Persia   38.113ff
    • politics   41.331ff; 49.31ff; 53.31ff
    • population   48.259ff
    • reforms of Themistocles Hagn.   37.397
    • religion   45.91ff; 47.31ff; 51.363ff
    • stasis in   49.71ff
    • status in   48.343ff
    • topography   45.91ff; 50.159ff; 51.363ff
  • athletics   38.213ff; 46.275ff; 47.151ff; 50.411ff; 52.652
  • athlothetae, Athenian   44.158f
  • Atlantis   48.381ff
  • Atthidographers   40.109ff; 47.31ff
  • Attica, invasions of   42.230ff
    • roads of  41.213
  • Atticism   46.114ff, 121; 47.46, 73, 213f
  • Atticus, Platonist   53.256ff
  • attribution of authorship   42.201ff, 361ff; 46.63ff, 101ff; 47.47f, 64f, 236ff
  • attribution of manuscripts   46.67f
  • audience, of drama   43.345ff; 44.356ff, 435
  • Auge   44.154
  • Augustine, in Byzantium   43.77ff
    • and Greek   51.463ff
    • De Rhet.   51.435ff
  • Augustus
    • and Achaea   37.388f
    • and Athens   37.381ff
    • in Dio   51.133ff
    • and Sicily   37.386ff
  • Aulis   54.50ff
  • aulodes   51.26ff
  • Aura, in Nonnus   39.293ff; 49.578ff
  • Aurelian   38.202f
  • Ausonia = Byzantium   43.92
  • Ausonius, and Greek   51.476ff
  • autochthony   54.113f
  • Automenae   37.349f
  • Avars   40.386f; 41.257f; 54.108ff
B [top]
  • Babylonia   42.186ff
    • Hellenistic   43.377ff
  • Babylonian myth   39.301; 51.18ff
  • Bacchylides   52.338ff
    • Bacch. 17   52.510ff
  • Bacurius the Iberian   37.275ff
  • Baghdad, Greek learning in   49.128ff
  • Bakhtin, M. M.   51.61ff
  • Balacrus, Macedonian   47.401ff
  • Balbillus, astrologer   52.587ff
  • Balsamon, Theodore   40.259; 41.382; 45.317ff
  • baptism   41.290; 47.95
  • barbarians   43.51ff, 46.175ff; 49.295ff
  • Bardaisan   42.191
  • bards   50.149ff
  • Barnabas, on Cyprus   50.601ff
  • Barnes, Joshua   50.537ff
  • Barrett, W. S.   45.213ff
  • barritus   44.307f
  • Barsymes, Peter   49.595f
  • Basil I   54.115ff
  • Basil II   44.322
  • Basil of Caesarea   41.381ff; 42.302; 51.645ff
  • Basileios Nothos   44.375f
  • Basiliaces, Nicephorus   46.67f, 106
  • baskets, in cult   37.341, 370
  • baths, Imperial   47.233, 361ff; 48.65f, 452ff
  • battle, simulated   41.223ff
  • battles   
    • Arbela (Gaugamela)   37.33ff; 38.361; 50.215ff
    • Granicus   37.39f
    • Hydaspes   37.27ff
    • Hysiae   51.43f
    • Issus   50.215ff
    • Leuctra   38.357ff
    • Marathon   38.329ff
    • of Alexander   42.345f
    • of Philip II   38.362
    • Raphia   50.87ff
    • Thyrea   51.42ff
  • Battus of Cyrene   38.24
  • beards   48.212ff
  • Bears, constellations   44.231ff; 45.365ff
  • Belisarius   45.409ff; 46.175ff
  • bells, Byzantine   52.719
  • Belos of Assyria   45.390f
  • Bendideia   44.128
  • benefactors   46.219ff; 49.515ff
    • Byzantine   45.398ff, 412f
  • "beneficial tales"   42.289ff
  • Bentley, Richard   50.537ff
  • Berenice II   50.87ff
  • Berenice’s Port   42.121
  • Bernard, J. S.   49.204
  • Bes   43.265f
  • Bessarion   47.483f
  • Bible, text of   46.235ff
  • bilingualism   39.309f; 43.77ff, 194f; 44.223, 267ff; 51.461ff
  • binding, ritual   40.99ff; 42.255ff; 45.279f
  • biography   43.13ff; 44.245ff, 361ff; 45.189ff, 386ff; 46.63ff; 48.159ff; 50.537ff
  • birds   44.5ff; 52.540ff
  • birthdays   49.520ff; 51.310
  • Blachernae   40.380ff; 45.177ff
  • Blake, William   40.305f, 311
  • blindness   50.167ff
  • Boeotia   41.47ff, 198ff; 44.150ff; 50.41ff; 53.166ff
  • Boeotus of Athens   39.379ff
  • Boethius, in Byzantium   43.77ff, 186f
  • Bonosus   41.297
  • books and readers   42.8, 17, 210ff, 313ff; 44.331ff; 46.231ff, 319f; 47.46f, 327ff; 50.370ff; 52.393ff, 437
  • botany   47.389ff
  • botulus   40.248
  • Boudica   51.151f
  • bouleusis   41.322
  • Bowra, C. M.   45.213ff
  • breast-feeding   40.60f
  • bribery   41.322f; 54.8ff
  • bride-theft   38.409ff;41.377ff; 45.141f; 50.444ff
  • Brunck, R. F. P.   49.209ff
  • Bruni, Leonardo   46.402ff; 52.757ff
  • Bucephalas   42.344
  • Bulgarians, and Byzantium   54.131ff
  • Buphonia   51.363ff
  • Burges, G.   49.217ff
  • Burgess, T.   49.215
  • burial, of children   46.46ff
  • burial, public   40.21, 116, 384ff
  • burial goods   42.26ff
  • Burton, Richard F.   43.100ff
  • Bussi, G. A.   47.487, 491
  • Buzygae, genos   37.361ff; 41.117; 51.367
  • Byzantine poetry   43.175ff, 267ff, 397ff; 44.93ff, 375ff; 49.281ff
  • Byzantium, and Pompey   48.460ff
C [ top]
  • cadasters   50.625ff
  • Caecilius of Caleacte   39.271ff; 40.187
  • Caecilius Capella   40.355
  • L. Caelius Montius   40.173
  • Caesar BG 1.52   44.291
  • Caesarea Maritima   41.293; 46.241ff
  • Caesennius Sospes   41.352
  • Cagliari, Christian   50.387f
  • calcatio colli   48.448ff
  • calendars   37.330ff, 345; 40.243f, 353ff; 44.111ff; 45.292ff; 46.395ff; 47.280ff, 493f
  • Caligula   52.364f
  • Callias decrees   38.113ff
  • Callicles, in Plato   37.179ff
  • Callicrates of Samos   43.243ff
  • calligraphy   42.187, 214
  • Callimachus Delos   50.64ff
    • epigrams   50.370ff
    • Epigr. 31   52.137ff
    • fr.5   43.264f
    • fr.110   50.87ff
    • fr.384   43.252
    • and Nonnus   41.175; 53.361ff
  • Callimedon of Athens   38.51
  • Callirhoe   39.56f
  • Callisthenes   38.356
  • Callistus, Andronicus   46.411; 47.489f, 501
  • Callynteria   44.111ff
  • caltrops   37.33ff
  • Calvisius Ruso Iulius Frontinus    41.366
  • Campus Martius   41.266f
  • Candace, and Alexander   54.118ff
  • cannibalism   39.185ff, 294; 49.85f, 484f
  • canonicity   40.304f; 47.163f; 49.323ff
  • Cantabrian attack   41.252
  • capitum   51.657
  • Cappadocia   41.258, 352ff; 50.436ff
  • Carians   38.241ff
  • caracal   40.262, 289
  • Caracalla   50.411ff
  • Carneades   41.92
  • Carrhae/Harran   45.290ff
  • cartazonus   40.342, 346
  • Carthage, Hellenistic   50.119ff
  • Cassandra   41.146ff; 43.348; 52.540ff
  • Cassian, John   51.642ff
  • Cassius Dio   53.610ff
    • 36.31ff   48.295ff
    • 38.49   44.291
    • 42.34   43.18
    • 54.7   37.381ff
    • 54.9.2   41.362f
    • 55.14ff   51.133ff
  • Castabala   41.358ff
  • Castor of Rhodes   45.256f
  • castration   39.304
  • catalogues   41.193ff; 48.231ff
  • catapults   39.99ff
  • catena   47.47
  • Cathaei of India   37.42ff
  • catharsis   50.248ff
  • L. Catilius Severus   41.370
  • Cato the Elder   40.244f, 316ff
  • cats   40.253ff
  • Q. Lutatius Catulus   48.295ff
  • causation   51.111ff
  • cavalry   51.244
    • Athenian   39.363ff, 387
    • Byzantine   44.280ff; 46.304f
    • Macedonian   48.39ff
  • CCAG VIII.4 236f   52.587ff
  • Cecrops   51.399f
  • Celsus, philsopher   47.178ff
  • Celsus, usurper   40.234f
  • censorship, of comedy   49.60ff
  • census, in Egypt   48.277ff; 50.625ff
  • cento   52.507; 53.228
  • Central Asia   40.327ff
  • Ceos   43.265; 53.520ff
  • Cephalas, anthologist   39.147f; 52.292f
  • Cephisophon, actor   50.544ff
  • cereal production   42.228
  • cerylus   44.5ff
  • Ceylon   45.370ff
  • Chaeroneia, battle of   42.345
  • Chalcedon, Council of   41.182, 382
  • Chalcodondilas, Demetrius   53.261ff
  • Chalcoprateia   45.171ff
  • Chamaeleon On Pindar   51.49ff
  • characterization   38.430ff; 41.141ff, 184ff, 320ff, 384ff; 42.342f; 46.13ff, 249ff; 49.159ff, 391; 50.314ff; 51.133ff; 52.603ff, 632ff; 53.472ff, 486ff
  • Chares, historian   37.48f
  • Chares, sculptor   37.237
  • Charila of Delphi   38.273ff
  • Charis   47.435ff
  • Chariton, novelist   39.56f; 40.23ff; 41.398f
  • chartophylax   50.197
  • cheetahs   40.253ff
  • cherry wood   42.257
  • child abandonment   40.27f; 51.250
  • childbearing   40.23ff, 73ff
  • childhood, in biography   48.169ff
  • children   40.53ff; 44.140ff; 46.46ff; 49.335ff, 413ff
  • Chios   42.240; 48.267
  • chiru   40.331ff
  • Chloris, heroine   41.199f
  • Choerilus fr.4   45.269f
  • Chonae   48.319ff
  • Choniates, Michael   48.320f
  • Choratzis, Georgios   52.140ff
  • Chortasmenos, Ioannes   52.751ff; 53.256ff, 379ff
  • choruses   39.380; 43.341ff, 391ff; 44.5ff; 49.343ff; 51.552ff
  • Chosroes I   45.286ff
  • Chosroes II   41.293
  • Choumnus, Nicephorus   46.117
  • chreia   43.132ff, 141, 148ff; 52.89ff
  • Christianity   38.187ff, 426; 41.175ff, 277ff; 42.7ff, 163ff, 201ff, 361ff; 43.161ff, 175ff; 44.245ff; 45.155ff; 47.87ff, 307ff
    • and Aristotle   51.483ff
    • and law   41.380ff; 45.317ff
    • and magic   42.289ff; 46.73ff
    • and medicine   53.758f
    • and Platonism   53.145ff
    • and Stoicism   52.440ff
  • Christianization   43.54ff; 45.91ff, 381ff; 50.586ff
  • Christodorus, poet   47.361ff; 48.447ff
  • Christology   42.83ff, 201ff, 378f; 43.175ff; 47.225ff; 52.226ff
  • Christus Patiens   39.206
  • Chronicle of Edessa   49.614f
  • Chronicle of Morea   52.240ff
  • Chron.Pasch. 490   50.417
  • chronography   45.245ff, 381ff; 53.792ff
  • chronology    39.23ff; 42.336f; 43.373ff; 45.381ff, 405ff; 53.645ff
  • Chronos    53.354
  • Chrysippus   51.305ff
    • SVF III 353   48.364f
  • Chrysoloras, Manuel   46.395ff; 53.240ff
  • Chrysostom, John    37.402ff; 40.53ff; 45.155ff
  • chthonic divinities   38.397ff; 41.29
  • church foundations   45.398ff, 412f; 53.166ff
  • cicadas   48.105f
  • Cicero Fam. 9.10    47.65
    • De Inv.   51.435ff
    • Leg.Man. 59ff   48.295ff
    • Nat.D. 3.53ff   45.226f
    • 2 Phil.   52.611
    • Sull. 41f   42.113
    • governor   41.349ff
    • philosopher   50.99f; 52.387f
    • on Plato   47.173
  • Cilicia   41.349ff; 45.419
  • Cinadon of Sparta   51.406ff
  • circus factions   41.23
  • Cissia   42.194f
  • cities, Hellenistic   39.5ff, 243ff; 51.579ff
  • citizenship   37.383ff; 39.331ff; 40.5ff; 43.231ff; 45.13ff; 48.159ff; 50.337ff; 51.401ff
  • class   48.181ff, 417ff; 50.4f, 505ff; 53.31ff, 304ff
  • classicism, Byzantine   46.207ff, 303ff; 47.362ff, 47.461; 53.166ff, 192ff, 219ff
  • Claudian Cons. Hon. 621ff   41.251
  • clausulae   46.131ff
  • Cleanthes   47.413ff; 51.296
  • Cleidemus fr.1   43.219ff
  • Cleisthenes of Athens   39.357ff; 40.120, 125f; 48.22, 56
  • Cleitarchus   37.27ff; 39.419ff
  • Clement of Alexandria   39.140f; 49.568f
    • Paed. 2.5.46   41.108
    • Protr. 17.1   37.367ff
    • Q.d.s. 42   40.83ff
  • Cleobis and Biton   40.116ff
  • Cleomenes I of Sparta   40.125f
  • Cleon of Athens   49.63ff; 52.609ff
  • Cleopatra VII   37.415f; 41.370; 43.16ff
  • clergy, Christian   45.155ff
  • clitics   52.240ff
  • clitoridectomy   53.755ff
  • Clonas, aulode   51.30ff
  • closure   44.19ff
  • clothing   39.161f; 44.111ff; 45.171ff, 277f
  • Clymene, heroine   41.203
  • Cnidian Sentences   44.354f
  • Cnidus   42.120
  • Cod.Just. 1.1.5.2   42.93
    • 1.3.53, 9.13.1    41.381
    • 1.11.9f    45.300f
    • 11.43.10-11   47.465
  • Cod.Theod.5.3   42.14
    • 9.18.1   40.62
    • 9.24.1   38.416f; 41.380f
    • 16.5.6   53.136
  • codex form  46.159ff; 47.46f; 52.480
  • Ps.-Codinus De off.   40.267f
  • Codrigae   50.432f
  • coins
    • Athenian   38.351f
    • of Gallienus   40.233ff
    • Macedonian   51.594ff
    • of Tetrarchs   38.202ff
  • Colchis   38.373ff
  • collegia   48.427ff
  • colloquialisms   50.295ff
  • coloni adscripticii   42.63f
  • colonialism   40.303ff
  • colonization   44.69ff; 50.391ff
  • Colophon   39.7, 12f
  • Colossae/Chonae   48.319ff
  • Colossus of Rhodes   37.237ff
  • Columbus, and Ptolemy   41.75
  • Columella   40.245
  • comedy   38.19ff, 41ff, 173ff; 40.135ff; 42.143ff; 46.13ff; 49.53ff; 50.159ff, 490ff; 52.137ff
  • Commagene   41.366ff
  • commentaries   39.203, 271ff; 40.171ff; 42.43ff, 97ff, 313ff; 44.411ff; 47.39ff, 187ff; 52.493ff; 54.136ff
  • Commodus   50.411ff
  • communication theory   40.307f
  • Comnenian dynasty   39.108ff, 180f; 41.383
  • concubines   46.147ff
  • consolatio   52.21ff
  • Constantine I   38.192f, 416; 40.360ff; 41.380f; 45.396ff
    • in art   44.261f
    • nachleben   47.231ff
  • Constantine IV   42.209ff
  • Constantine V   40.377f; 53.771ff
  • Constantine VII   49.135ff; 53.832ff; 54.128ff
  • Constantine XI   52.720ff
  • Constantine Ducas   44.411f
  • Constantine Manasses: see Manasses
  • Constantine Pantechnes   40.259ff
  • Constantinople   37.259ff; 40.353ff, 379ff; 42.9f, 92, 291; 45.159ff, 171ff, 183ff, 384ff; 48.57ff, 461ff
    • fall of   52.111ff, 715ff
    • Latin in   46.305
    • scholarship in   46.243ff
  • Constantinus, quaestor   45.418
  • Constantius I, religion of   38.187ff
  • constellations   44.231ff; 45.365ff
  • constitutions, political   45.5ff; 48.15ff, 417ff; 51.579ff
  • contests   42.263ff; 43.246ff, 332; 46.275ff; 47.151ff
  • continents, in Ptolemy   41.86ff
  • contraception   53.742ff
  • contracts   46.339ff; 51.254ff
  • convents, Byzantine   45.320ff
  • Coptic   39.309ff; 40.166ff; 42.89, 290; 44.100f; 46.42, 49, 57, 318f
  • copyists   41.123ff; 48.287ff; 51.461ff
  • Corcyra  41.57; 42.240
  • Corinna   50.41ff
  • Corinth   42.165ff; 51.49ff; 52.559ff; 54.109ff
  • Cornelius Cinna Magnus   51.133ff
  • Coroebus, athlete  45.253
  • Coropassus   41.353
  • Corpus Hermeticum 1.31   53.579ff
  • corporal punishment   40.71ff
  • CJ Nov. 89   44.103f
  • Corvinus, Matthias   52.113ff
  • Corybantes   40.137
  • Corycian Cave   38.264ff
  • Cos   39.11f
  • Cosmas Indic. 11.7   40.346f
  • Sts Cosmas and Damian   40.383ff
  • Cosmidion   40.379ff
  • cosmogonies   50.407f
  • cosmology   41.61ff; 44.100f, 231ff; 47.161ff; 48.9f, 133ff
  • Cossaei   37.44f
  • councils, Christian   39.169ff, 187; 41.182, 382; 42.201ff; 45.156ff, 419; 47.225ff; 53.120ff, 763ff
  • councils, city   44.103; 48.417ff
  • courts, Athenian   41.311ff; 50.499ff; 51.368ff; 52.167ff, 524
  • crafts   44.333f, 416; 50.273ff
  • Crantor, scholar   47.42, 165ff
  • Crates of Mallus   40.325; 44.236ff; 46.238ff
  • Ps.-Crates   38.88, 96ff
  • Cratinus Wineflask   44.335
  • creeds, Christian   43.175ff
  • Crete   47.398; 49.335ff; 52.137ff
  • crime   46.37ff
  • Crisa   51.542ff
  • Critias   41.344f; 53.486ff
  • Croesus   41.217; 51.619ff
  • Cronos, Age of   38.85ff; 51.191f
    • cult of   45.268f
    • in magic   51.159
  • crowns   40.238; 44.57; 46.275ff; 47.31ff
  • Crusade, Fourth   40.353, 387
  • crucifixion   44.34f
  • Ctesias of Athens   38.118f
  • Ctesias of Cnidus   40.327ff; 53.650f, 820
    • fr.1   42.189
    • Plutarch on   42.338
  • Ctesiphon of Athens   49.31ff
  • cults, Anatolian   45.261ff
    • archaic   43.219ff, 231ff
    • Athenian   40.119ff; 44.111ff; 45.91ff; 47.31ff; 48.21f, 115ff, 381ff; 51.363ff
    • Christian   40.353ff, 380ff; 48.319ff
    • Imperial   43.31ff; 44.41ffl 49.525ff
    • Islamic   40.390ff
    • Jewish   48.393ff
    • Palmyrene   40.235ff
    • royal   39.33; 43.243ff; 47.431ff
  • cuneus   44.292f
  • Cumans, and Byzantium   49.295ff
  • cunnilingus   45.323ff
  • cups   42.263ff
  • curator civitatis   42.11ff
  • curiosity   48.71ff
  • curses   38.387ff; 39.63ff; 40.88, 124, 159ff; 41.5ff, 117; 43.109ff; 44.203ff; 46.40, 169; 47.121ff; 53.294ff, 560
  • Curtius Rufus   37.25ff; 50.215ff
    • 4.13.26f   48.48
  • Cybele   37.129ff; 40.119ff, 137
  • Cybistra   41.356ff
  • Cycle, epic   46.5ff
  • Cyclopes   49.81ff, 262f; 49.323ff, 406
  • Cylon of Athens   40.124f; 51.363ff
  • Cyme   41.58
  • Cynicism   38.85ff; 40.209, 230f; 50.175ff; 51.311f
  • Cynosarges   48.168ff
  • Cynosura   44.231ff
  • Cyprus, Christian   50.601ff
  • Cyranides   44.209ff
  • Cyriacus of Ancona   43.36f
  • Cyril of Alexandria   42.203ff
    • and Nonnus   41.181
  • Cyril of Jerusalem   43.170ff
  • Cyril Scyth. V.Euthym. 57   40.87ff
  • Cyril, Jewish poet   41.280
  • Cyrrhus   40.384
  • Cyrus the Great   42.52; 44.36ff
  • Cyrus and John, saints   49.124ff
  • Cythera   37.383
  • Cyzicus   43.32ff
D [ top]
  • Daimachus of Plataea   39.418ff
  • daimon, in magic   51.155ff
  • daimon, Socratic   50.256ff
  • Daira   37.349ff
  • Damascius, Platonist   43.149; 45.285ff
    • In Phd.   52.469ff
    • V.Isid.   49.117ff
  • Damian of Alexandria   39.314f, 323
  • Damis, in Philostr. VA   42.198f
  • Damophyle, and Sappho   42.197f
  • Danaids   51.552ff
  • dance   40.138ff; 41.117ff; 49.343ff; 52.516ff, 705ff
  • Danelis, and Basil I   54.115ff
  • Daniel   51.340ff
  • Danube: see Ister
  • Daphnis   42.278ff
  • Dardanus   45.233
  • Dares Phryg.   53.3ff
  • Darius of Pontus   41.370
  • D’Arnaud, G.   49.194
  • daughters   40.79f
  • death   46.333ff; 48.27ff; 50.455ff
  • debate, in epic   45.131ff
  • debt   40.109ff
  • debt bondage   45.143ff; 46.23
  • decarchies, Spartan   45.20f
  • deceit, in Homer   43.318f
    • in the orators   53.51ff
  • Decelea   42.239, 247
  • decision-making, in literature   39.331ff; 46.249ff
  • declamations   46.207ff
  • deconcretization   37.85
  • decrees, Athenian   47.272ff; 50.349ff
  • decursio   41.246f, 268
  • dedications   43.231ff, 243ff; 52.310ff
  • dedicatory poems   53.823ff
  • defense, rural   42.241ff
  • defixiones   38.387ff; 39.63ff; 40.88, 124, 159ff; 41.5ff; 43.109ff; 44.211ff; 46.40, 169; 47.87ff, 121ff; 52.432ff; 53.294ff
  • deification   42.358f; 52.440ff
  • Delian League   48.261f, 281ff
  • Delos   37.363ff; 50.63ff; 51.542ff
    • and Athens   41.210; 52.521ff
  • Delphi   38.263ff, 420f; 39.41f, 121ff, 411f; 44.117f; 51.196, 529ff; 52.516ff
  • Dema wall   42.248
  • Demaratus of Sparta   51.412f
  • Demenitae (Sicily)   54.109ff
  • Demeter   37.320ff, 37.141f; 38.404f; 39.29; 40.119ff; 43.226; 48.115ff; 50.490ff
  • Demetria, Athenian festival   39.26
  • Demetrius Eloc. 190   43.345
    • 223   54.29f
  • Demetrius Angelos   52.272ff
  • Demetrius of Phalerum   38.41ff
    • Plutarch on   42.339f
  • Demetrius Poliorcetes   38.49ff; 39.23ff; 49.64ff
  • St. Demetrius   50.451ff
  • democracy   39.355ff; 40.5ff; 45.9ff; 48.15ff, 417ff; 53.31ff
  • Democritus   45.232
  • demography   39.246f; 44.69ff; 48.259ff, 332f; 51.239ff
  • demons   40.99ff; 41.17; 42.176, 294ff, 376; 46.74ff; 47.19f, 90ff; 54.70f, 123ff
  • Demophilus, historian   39.418f
  • demos   43.231ff; 50.499ff
  • Demosthenes 2.20   41.115
    • 4.36   48.350ff
    • 10.31   42.43ff
    • 13.10   49.27f
    • 13.24   44.429
    • 18   49.31ff
    • 18.28   49.26f
    • 19.122f   47.273
    • 19.154   47.287ff
    • 20   46.207ff
    • 21   39.386ff
    • 23.65   50.356
    • 32-36   51.263ff
    • 35   40.197
    • 36.4   48.367
    • 39.16-17   39.379ff
    • 43.19   48.362
    • 45   51.267ff
    • 47   48.362ff
    • 50   39.391ff, 402
    • 51.8-9   39.395f
    • 59.78   46.92
    • 59.104ff   50.337ff
    • in Byzantium   46.63ff, 207ff
    • commentaries on   42.43ff
    • documents in   50.337ff
    • nachleben   40.171ff; 46.401ff; 48.313ff; 52.99ff
    • schol. 24.20   47.293f
  • Derbe   41.353ff
  • desertion   39.385ff
  • deus ex machina   38.161ff
  • Diagoras of Athens   45.230f
  • dialectic   44.413ff, 431; 53.507ff
  • dialects, Greek   40.272f; 43.92, 114ff, 204ff, 221ff, 297ff; 50.53ff; 53.413ff
  • dialogues   42.361ff; 46.301ff; 50.95ff; 52.477; 53.145ff, 219ff; 54.17ff
    • poetic   50.377ff
  • Dial. de sci. pol.   46.301ff
  • Diassorinos, J.   43.268f
  • diastematic dating   45.245ff
  • diatribe   40.230, 325
  • Dicaearchus   42.313ff
  • Dictys Cret.   53.3ff
    • 4.17   38.135
    • 6.5   49.329f
  • didactic texts   41.74, 230ff
  • didascaliae   49.57ff
  • Didymus Chalcenterus   37.246f; 40.188; 42.43ff, 319; 47.42
  • diet   40.241ff; 42.21, 228; 45.59ff
  • Digenes Akrites   40.263, 282; 41.392, 399; 50.436ff
  • Digest 1.5.5.2   40.26
    • 1.5.12   40.41f
    • 2.4.5   40.40f
    • 48.8.3   53.760f
  • dikasteria, Athenian   41.312ff
  • Dio Chrysostom   48.422ff
    • Eub.   49.275
  • diobelia, in Athens   49.24ff
  • Diocles of Peparethus   40.312f, 318
  • Diocletian, and religion   38.188ff
  • Diodorus   43.373ff; 50.215ff
    • 8.7f   39.44ff
    • 14-17   39.407ff
    • 14.19.9f   45.27
    • 14.29.3   53.645ff
    • 16.3.2   38.366ff
    • 17.57   48.47f; 51.587
    • 17.81   42.52ff
    • 19.94   45.69ff
    • 27.1.6.14   44.65f
  • Diogenes, and Alexander   42.353f
  • Diogenes of Babylon   44.173, 179f
  • Diogenes Laert. 4.36   44.352
  • Ps.-Diogenes   38.87ff
  • Dionysia   39.26, 380; 45.51f; 49.53ff, 343ff
  • Dionysiac technitai   39.20
  • Dionysius I of Syracuse   40.28f
  • Dionysius Areopag.   42.91f, 217; 49.285ff; 52.226ff
  • Dionysius Hal.   40.179ff, 196, 326; 44.412ff
    • Ant.Rom. 1.1   44.253
    • Ant.Rom. 19   45.50ff
  • Dionysius Scytobrachion   45.224f
  • Dionysius Thrax   47.63, 69f
  • Dionysus   38.264ff; 39.205ff, 293ff; 40.364; 41.180f; 44.191ff; 49.558ff; 52.517, 706; 53.350ff
  • Diophantus Arithm.   53.379ff
    • 5.30   53.708ff
  • Diophantus of Athens   49.12
  • Ti. Cl. Piso Diophantus   43.45
  • diorthosis   44.240
  • Dioscorides MM   53.337, 379
  • Dioscorus of Aphrodito   42.62, 71f, 83ff; 44.93ff; 48.95ff
  • Diotima, and Socrates   37.223ff
  • Dipolieia   51.363ff
  • discipline, military   39.361ff; 41.225ff
  • discourse markers   53.390ff
  • discretion, monastic virtue   51.634ff
  • disease   39.63ff; 40.78f, 97, 136ff, 385
  • disguise, in epic   51.509ff
  • Dissoi Logoi   47.264
  • Disticha Catonis   43.82, 187
  • distributions, public   49.520ff
  • dithyramb   52.510ff
  • divination   46.165
  • Diyllus, historian   37.45; 39.419ff
  • Dobree, P. P.   47.105, 109; 49.215f
  • doctors, public   48.193ff
  • Doctrina Jacobi   41.300
  • dodecasyllables   43.267ff; 50.212f
  • dokimastai, Athenian   53.547
  • dolphins   52.515ff
  • Dominica, empress   37.266ff
  • dominium   49.139ff
  • Cn. Domitius Corbulo   41.366
  • donatio mortis causa   42.13
  • Dorian invasion   54.112f
  • Doricha, prostitute   43.240
  • Dosiadas, historian   49.335ff
  • Doukas, historian   52.132f
  • dowries   46.149ff
  • dragons   50.447ff
  • dramaturgy   46.13ff; 48.215f; 49.343ff
  • dreams   39.221ff, 407ff; 42.117f; 51.202ff; 54.53ff
  • dress   48.214
  • drunkenness   37.177f; 50.100ff; 52.41ff
  • Duris, historian   51.86ff
  • dye industry   45.420
E [ top]
  • earthquakes   39.407f
  • Ebla   45.133ff
  • Ebu Hanifa     40.394
  • ecclesiastical histories   43.51ff; 49.606ff
  • Echembrotus, aulode   51.35f
  • Ecloga 17.29   41.381
  • eclecticism   50.243ff
  • economics   41.47ff; 42.7ff, 125ff, 225ff; 44.69ff; 48.343ff, 436ff; 50.273ff; 53.525ff
  • ecphrasis   42.263ff; 45.79ff; 46.104; 47.361ff, 431ff; 48.452ff; 49.81ff, 264ff; 50.206ff
  • Edessa   41.182; 45.302f; 49.610ff
  • editors, ancient   47.39ff
  • editors, modern   47.101ff; 51.167ff
  • Edom   41.287ff
  • education   40.68ff, 171ff, 212, 316ff; 41.117, 175f, 186f; 42.99ff, 326ff; 43.129ff, 175, 197; 44.168ff; 45.285ff; 46.63ff, 111ff, 207ff; 47.71ff; 48.95ff, 215ff; 49.123ff, 335ff, 413ff; 52.89ff, 393ff, 487f, 493ff; 53.145ff, 229ff, 240ff
  • Egypt   39.64, 307ff; 41.182; 42.7ff, 204f; 43.243ff, 375ff; 49.535ff
    • Antinoopolis   42.65ff, 85; 49.542
    • Aphrodite   50.625ff
    • Berenice’s Port   42.121
    • Byzantine   42.57ff; 44.93ff; 46.301ff, 315ff; 50.625ff
    • guilds in   50.273ff
    • Hermopolis Magna   42.66ff
    • internal migration   42.57ff
    • Lepte Akra   42.297
    • Memphis   42.120ff
    • Menouthis   49.126f
    • Oxyrhynchus   42.63, 72ff
    • Pharaonic   42.25ff
    • Sasanid   51.653ff
    • Scete   42.18, 290
    • violence in   48.181ff
  • Egyptian lore   45.227f, 258
  • eisangelia   39.396; 46.375ff; 54.9f
  • Elaeussa, Cilician   41.358, 362
  • Electra   46.249ff
  • elegy   51.26ff
  • elements   41.70ff; 48.133ff
  • elephants   40.328
  • Eleusinia   37.319ff; 40.117ff, 234
  • Eleusis   37.330ff; 40.109ff; 43.228; 50.461ff; 51.388f
  • St Eleutherius   37.345; 40.368ff
  • Elis, and Sparta   45.27
  • Ellebichus, mag. mil.   54.69ff
  • Elmsley, Peter   47.101ff
  • elopement, in fiction   38.411f; 41.377ff
  • Emmaus/Nicopolis   42.11
  • emmenoi dikai   41.328
  • emotions, and medicine   39.63ff
  • emotions, and religion   47.307ff
  • Empedocles   48.133ff; 53.18ff
  • empires, succession of   51.631ff
  • emporiums   43.231ff
  • enclisis   52.240ff
  • encomium   46.87ff, 104f, 115, 117; 48.95ff, 384ff, 447ff
  • Endoios of Athens   41.213
  • endowments, inscribed   41.47ff
  • Ennius   40.320, 323ff
  • Entertaining Tale of Quadrupeds    40.269ff
  • envy   49.363ff, 535ff, 562
  • Epaminondas   38.356ff; 39.410
  • ephebeia   37.393f; 49.343ff, 540
  • ephebic oath   39.377ff, 398
  • Epheseia   37.200ff
  • Ephesus   39.7, 13f; 40.83; 43.44ff
  • ephetai   41.313f
  • Ephorus   38.356, 372; 39.40f, 121ff, 414ff; 45.250; 53.650f
    • Plutarch on   42.338
  • Epicaste/Jocasta   41.199
  • Epicharmus   40.249; 52.96f
  • Epicteta of Thera   41.57
  • Epictetus   51.296ff
  • Epicureanism   51.299ff
  • Epidaurus   37.363ff
  • epigrams   43.176, 243ff; 47.361ff; 48.27ff, 447ff; 49.281ff; 50.63ff, 193ff, 295ff, 370ff; 52.284ff, 632ff; 53.687ff, 709; 54.134f
  • epilepsy   40.330
  • Epimenides   40.126; 51.366f
  • epinician   49.363ff; 52.338ff
  • Epiphanius, rhetorician   43.135f
  • Epiphanius of Salamis Haer. 30   40.84ff
    • Pan.   47.230f
    • Pan. 30.3ff   50.598
  • Epiphanius of Thebes   39.307ff
  • epistatai, Hellenistic   51.590f
  • epistemology   53.512ff
  • epistolography   37.75ff; 45.155ff; 46.183ff; 50.537ff; 53.177ff, 269ff
  • epitaphioi   43.397ff; 53.468
  • epitaphs, inscribed   45.15; 48.27ff
  • epithets, cultic   48.115ff
  • epitomes   45.189ff, 386ff; 46.111ff; 53.610ff, 791ff
  • eponymoi, in Athens   39.23ff
  • equity   46.345ff
  • era dating   45.245ff; 49.529f
  • Eratosthenes of Athens   41.323f
  • Eratosthenes, scientist   41.62, 75; 45.245ff, 359ff
  • Erchia   37.356f; 40.243f
  • Erechtheum   44.115
  • Eretrians at Cissia   42.194f
  • Erinyes   38.405; 49.484f
  • Eriphyle, heroine   41.203f
  • eris   47.5ff
  • Eros   37.211ff; 43.13ff; 45.75ff; 50.243ff
  • erotic spells   39.63ff; 40.159ff; 42.298ff; 46.159ff; 53.294ff
  • Erotokritos   40.284, 288
  • Erxiadeis   45.22ff
  • escorts, military   44.321ff
  • estate managers   49.105f
  • Estienne TGL   47.198
  • Eteocarpathians   38.118, 124f
  • ethics   40.207ff; 43.13ff, 309ff, 358f; 44.19ff, 245ff, 364ff; 46.333ff; 47.307ff, 413ff; 50.309ff; 51.296ff
  • Ethiopians   49.295ff
  • ethnicity   41.90ff, 349ff
  • ethnography   43.51ff; 45.261ff; 49.295ff
  • ethopoiiai   43.156; 46.63ff, 104; 52.405, 496
  • ethos, in rhetoric   44.427
  • etymology   44.168f, 174f, 188ff; 47.389ff; 50.490f; 52.473; 54.113f, 126
  • Etymologica   47.193ff
  • Eubulus of Athens   49.6ff
  • Eubulus, divinity   37.326ff
  • Eucharist   39.182ff
  • Euclid Data   53.388
    • Elem. 7.def.1   53.716f
  • Eudocia   50.600f
  • Eudorus of Alexandria   37.189
  • Eudoxus of Cnidus   41.62
  • Euergetai   42.46ff
  • euergetism   44.41ff; 48.421ff; 49.515ff; 51.49ff
  • Eugenianus, Nicetas   39.200ff; 41.378ff; 52.684ff
  • euhemerism   45.223ff, 391; 51.306
  • Eumelus of Corinth   38.378
  • Eumenides, at Selinus   38.404f
  • Eumenidotos   38.406
  • Eumolpus   37.320
  • Eunomius, theologian   52.451
  • Euphemius, grammarian   54.130ff
  • Euphiletus   37.145ff
  • Euphorion   46.96f
  • Euphrates, philosopher   51.314f
  • Euripides Alc. 965ff   53.447
    • Andr. 851   41.102
    • Andr.   46.147ff
    • Andromeda   48.11f
    • Auge   44.154
    • Bacch. 271   44.422
    • Cyc.   50.322
    • El.   43.358ff
    • Hec.   54.69ff
    • Hel.   43.360ff; 44.331ff
    • Heracles   40.135ff; 41.114ff
    • Hipp.   43.353
    • Hipp. 695ff   41.101ff
    • IA   39.48f, 55; 43.350
    • Ion 612ff   50.34ff
    • Ion 647   50.32ff
    • Ion 1074ff   50.466f
    • Ion 1398ff   50.29ff
    • IT   43.350ff
    • IT 352   41.104ff
    • IT 1089   44.10
    • Or.   43.358ff
    • Or. 866ff   38.65
    • Or. 1369   48.5ff
    • Or. 1519ff   48.10f
    • Rhes.   42.313ff
    • Supp. 1-4   37.320
    • Supp. 395ff   41.157f; 48.25f
    • Tro.   41.141ff
    • frr.1108-9   42.313ff
    • fr.1017   41.104
    • on Alcibiades   49.371ff
    • on Apollo  39.123
    • editions of   47.112f
    • influence of   43.5ff, , 391ff; 49.559ff; 54.69ff
    • mss. of   41.123ff
    • and philsophers   50.555ff
    • and Sophocles   50.544ff
    • Vita and letters   50.537ff
  • Eurocentrism   40.307ff
  • European Union   48.15ff
  • Eurypylus, hero   38.134ff
  • Eusebius Chron. 1.90   45.253f
    • ep.Constantiae   44.260;
    • HE 3.23   40.83ff
    • PE   44.245ff
    • PE 9.27f   43.5ff, 391ff
    • V.Const.   38.197ff
  • Eustathius Macrembolites: see Macrembolites
  • Eustathius of Thessalonica   39.113f; 52.493ff
  • Euthymiac History   45.181ff
  • Euthymius, patriarch   45.172ff
  • Euthymius Zigabenus   39.110
  • Eutyches of Constantinople   42.203ff
  • Eutychianus, and Agathias   38.297ff
  • Eutychius of Alexandria   41.298ff
  • Evagrius Ponticus   53.117ff
  • evil eye   49.535ff
  • excavation records   47.327ff
  • exceptor   42.69, 72f
  • excerpting   45.189ff, 386ff
  • exclusivism   47.261ff
  • exile   40.225ff; 45.19ff; 48.393ff
  • Exodus (LXX), nachleben   48.393ff
  • exorcism   37.240f; 42.179ff, 306; 45.333ff; 46.78f
  • eye votives   50.166ff
  • Eyup Ensari   40.379ff
  • Ezekiel, tragedian   43.5ff, 391ff; 48.393ff
F [ top]
  • Fabius Pictor   40.313f, 318
  • fables   52.540ff
  • Factions   45.411, 419
  • Fair Tale of the Donkey   40.267
  • familia, gladiatorial   44.43f
  • family   37.399ff; 40.23ff, 53ff; 44.102ff; 48.276ff; 50.273ff; 52.57ff
  • C. Fannius   41.371
  • farms, Byzantine   44.69ff
  • fathers   38.127ff; 40.23ff, 63ff; 44.35f; 49.335ff, 413ff; 52.57ff
  • Favorinus   37.190ff; 38.98; 39.85ff
  • federal states   48.39fff
  • Fermat's last theorem   53.381ff
  • fertility rituals   45.91ff
  • festivals   43.48f, 226ff, 246ff
    • Apodeixeis   51.37f
    • Asclepieia   50.163ff
    • Buphonia   51.363ff
    • Carneia   51.32
    • Christian   45.96; 48.320f
    • Dionysia   50.163ff
    • Eleutheria   51.26f
    • Endymatia   51.37f
    • Gymnopaediae   51.37ff
    • Haloa   37.359, 371
    • Hermaia   51.69
    • Leucophryeneia   46.275ff
    • Parparonia   51.44f
    • proagon   50.163ff
    • Proerosia   37.319ff
    • Scira   37.359ff
    • Stenia   37.335
    • Thesmophoria   37.319ff; 38.19ff; 48.115ff
  • fetuses   46.37ff
  • feud   52.167ff
  • fever   39.63ff
  • Ficino, Marsilio   46.406f
  • fiction   42.185ff, 275ff
  • filioque   43.79, 192ff
  • Firmicus Maternus   41.177
    • Err.prof.rel. 22   50.465, 471
  • fishing   42.270f
  • Five Thousand (Athens)   41.331ff
  • Flavian culture   53.791ff
  • Flavian of Constantinople   42.206
  • Flavianus of Antioch   41.185
  • fleet, Athenian   39.391ff
  • florilegia  45.189ff; 51.167ff; 53.852ff
  • Florilegium Coislinianum  51.167ff
  • Sts Florus and Laurus   40.370ff
  • flutes  51.26ff
  • foederati   37.269
  • folktales   43.309ff
  • food   40.67, 241ff; 45.59ff; 49.335ff
  • footwashing   39.208ff
  • fora, imperial   48.57ff
  • forceps/forfex   44.288
  • forgery   42.197f, 201ff; 44.104f; 47.237; 50.337ff, 537ff, 586ff
  • Formula of Union, A.D. 433   42.206
  • formulas, epic   47.390ff
  • Fortuna Redux   48.462f
  • Fortunatus of Carthage   42.214
  • Foskolos, M. Ant.   52.137ff
  • Four Hundred (Athens)   41.341ff
  • Fraenkel, E.   45.216f
  • FGrHist   51.86ff
    • 6 F 4   44.354
    • 12   42.326
    • 70 F 31   39.121ff
    • 76   51.86ff
    • 81 F 43   51.423f
    • 115 F 21   46.188f
    • 115 F 22   54.22
    • 136 F 4   42.255ff
    • 239   37.320, 328; 43.373ff
    • 241 F 1   45.245ff
    • 244 F 105   44.142
    • 266   37.246
    • 323 F 1   43.219ff
    • 328 F 10   44.156
    • 328 F 33   49.11ff
    • 328 F 56b   42.50f
    • 328 F 181   47.31ff
    • 382 F 8   45.225
    • 434 F 28    39.297
    • 458 F 2   49.335ff
    • 467 F 1   49.335ff
    • 477 F 2   53.444
    • 566 F 125   45.249
    • 595 F 5   51.44f
    • 688 F 1   42.189
    • 769 F 3   53.4ff
  • François Krater   42.146
  • fraud   46.345ff
  • Frederick II of Hohenstaufen   40.260
  • freedmen, in Athens   48.343ff
  • freedom   50.1ff; 51.300; 52.559ff; 53.45ff
  • freindship, Plato on   51.61ff
  • Freud   47.320ff
  • frigidity   42.284
  • frontiers   40.113ff; 44.69ff
  • Frontinus Strat. 2.3   38.362ff
  • fulcum   44.265ff
  • funerals   38.215ff; 41.158ff; 50.283f; 53.468f
  • furca   44.287
  • Furies   38.405; 49.484f
  • furniture   48.211f
G [ top]
  • lex Gabinia   48.295ff
  • Gaia   39.123ff; 48.146ff; 51.191; 53.363f
  • Gaius, Platonist   54.136ff
  • Gaisford, Thomas   47.110, 113f; 49.216f
  • Galatea   49.81ff
  • Galatia   41.364ff
  • Galen Comp.med. 3.2   44.42f
    • Inst.log.    54.140f
    • abridgment of    45.312
    • on Aristotle   54.140f
    • on emotions   39.69ff
    • on literature   47.62, 64, 69f
    • on philosophy   54.140f
    • on women   38.77
  • Galerius   38.188ff
  • gall bladder   40.338ff
  • Gallienus   40.233ff
  • Gamaliel   50.597
  • Gaos   38.402f
  • gardens, Byzantine   50.453ff
  • Garsaura   41.353
  • Gaugamela: see Arbela
  • Gaza, Byzantine   40.91; 53.145ff
  • gaze   48.71ff; 49.576f
  • Gelasios, abbot   42.9ff
  • Gelimer, Vandal   46.175ff
  • Gellius, Aulus   37.173ff
  • Geminus, astronomer   41.79
  • gems, magical   40.99ff; 49.246ff; 53.326ff
  • gender   39.137ff, 157ff, 192ff; 40.233ff; 49.570ff; 53.192ff, 294ff
  • gene, Attic   44.111ff
  • genealogies   41.193ff; 50.49ff
  • Genesius Reg.   54.125
  • Gennadios, patriarch   42.296
  • Gennadios Scholarios   51.493ff
  • genre   52.510ff; 53.192ff; 54.17ff
  • geography    40.327ff; 41.349ff; 42.117ff, 185ff; 44.69ff; 45.261ff; 53.645ff
    • ancient   38.373ff; 41.71ff; 43.51ff; 45.248, 359ff
  • Geoponica   53.537ff
  • George Choeroboscus   50.639ff
  • George of Cyprus   46.112, 222f
  • George Diaereta   40.191
  • George Pisid. Exp.Pers. 2.120ff   41.223ff
  • George Syncellus   53.815ff
  • George of Trebizond   47.470ff
  • St. George   50.450ff
  • Georgian literature   42.362, 371ff; 50.441
  • Ps.-Georgillas   40.282f
  • geranos   52.529ff
  • Gerasa   39.262
  • Germans, ancient   44.288ff
  • Germanus, general   45.422ff
  • Gessius, doctor   49.113ff; 53.161ff
  • gesture, in tragedy   43.346ff
  • ghosts   40.166ff
  • gift exchange   50.135ff, 188ff
  • Gilgamesh   45.134ff
  • giraffes   49.315
  • Giustiniani, Leonardo   52.720ff
  • gladiators   44.41ff
  • Glaucus, scholar   42.325ff
  • Glavas, Isidore   37.90ff
  • Glykys, John   46.112ff
  • glosses   46.94f, 99
  • gnomology   41.99ff; 45.200ff; 48.216f; 52.399ff
  • Gordian Knot   42.255ff
  • Gordius   42.256
  • Gothenbourg Palimpsest   43.387f
  • Goths   37.259ff
  • government, in Homer   39.331ff; 50.133ff
  • governors, Roman   41.349ff
  • graffiti   53.693ff
  • grain   42.229ff, 243
  • grammar   46.127ff; 53.240ff
  • grammarians   42.213f; 46.101ff, 129; 50.639ff
  • Granicus, battle of   37.39f
  • graphai, Athenian   46.383ff
  • Gregory I, pope   50.587ff
  • Gregory of Agrigento, Vita   40.93f
  • Gregory of Corinth   40.191; 46.111, 114
  • Gregory of Cyprus   46.112ff
  • Gregory Naz.   53.93ff
    • Carm.   46.93ff
    • Or. 4   52.440ff
    • Or. 6.8   52.465ff
    • Or. 35.1   40.355
    • Or. 42.17   52.442
    • Vit.   45.387f
    • Vit. 1750ff   53.136
    • nachleben   46.102
  • Gregory Nys.   53.117ff
    • Hom. 5 in Cant.   42.91
    • In Maced.   42.90f
  • Guarino Veronese   53.242ff
  • guilds   50.273ff
  • Gupalatinus, Nicholas   47.471f, 497
  • Gyges   38.252ff
  • gymnasia   48.168ff
  • Gymnias in Anatolia   53.648ff
  • gymnosophists   50.175ff
  • gynaikonomoi   38.51
H [ top]
  • Habrotonon   48.160ff
  • Hades   47.389ff
  • Hadrian   43.31ff
  • Hadrianeum   40.91f; 43.31ff
  • hagiography   37.281ff; 40.83ff, 353ff, 379ff; 44.245ff; 49.257ff; 50.438ff
  • hair, offering   52.315f
  • halcyon   44.5ff
  • ham   40.244ff
  • hapax legomena   46.82f, 113f
  • Harmonia   53.353f
  • harmonics   41.66; 47.422ff
  • Harpocration   40.183f; 43.132f; 47.31ff; 48.366ff; 53.93ff
  • Harran/Carrhae   45.290ff
  • Hatshepsut   42.32ff
  • healing cults   40.372, 383ff; 50.159ff
  • hektemoroi   40.110ff
  • Hector   38.8ff; 39.344f
  • Hecuba   41.143ff; 54.69ff
  • Hedylus ep. 4   43.265f
  • Hegel   48.237f
  • Helen   47.258ff
  • Helena   50.599f
  • Helice   39.416; 44.231ff
  • heliocentrism   41.62ff
  • Heliodorus Aeth.   38.409ff; 39.59f; 41.178, 385
  • Heliopolis-Baalbek   41.187f
  • Hellanicus, on Rome   40.315
  • hellebore   40.139
  • Hellenica Oxyrh.   39.414ff
  • Hellenism   40.303ff
  • Hemsterhuis, T.   49.191f
  • Hephaestus   44.153; 47.124ff; 48.387
  • Heptascalon   40.358ff, 377
  • Hera, in Nonnus   49.579f
  • Heracleia Pontica   47.142ff
  • Heracleia Trachinia   40.149
  • Heracles   38.162ff; 40.140ff, 315; 43.228; 45.105f, 227f; 48.172f; 49.229ff; 51.350ff
    • Choice of   52.89ff
  • Heraclides Ponticus   39.416; 41.62f; 42.322ff
  • Heraclitus, philosopher   48.133ff
  • Heraclitus, scholar   47.49; 50.318ff
  • Heraclius I   41.225ff
  • heralds, in tragedy   41.161f
  • heresy   39.169ff; 42.204ff, 362f; 47.225ff
  • Hermagoras, rhetorician   40.185; 43.130f; 51.435ff
  • hermeneutics, in Plutarch   50.243ff
  • Hermes   49.573f; 51.1ff, 212
  • Hermias of Alexandria   44.165, 171
  • Hermione, city   48.268
  • Hermione, divine name   38.401
  • Hermione, in Euripides   46.147ff
  • Hermippus, scholar   41.334
  • Hermocrates of Syracuse   40.24ff
  • Hermogenes, rhetorician  40.190ff; 43.158ff; 46.91, 104ff; 49.455ff
  • Hermopolis Magna   42.66ff
  • herms, in Attica   41.213; 44.354
  • Herodas Mim. 4   42.271f
  • Herodian Orthog.   50.647
    • Prosod.cath.   42.53f
  • Herodotus   43.261f; 44.19ff, 355; 51.108f
    • 1.1-5   48.232
    • 1.24   43.261f
    • 1.29ff   40.109ff
    • 2.2   45.240f
    • 2.178   43.234f
    • 3.57f   53.527f
    • 3.80.6   48.22
    • 5.69   50.368
    • 5.72   39.357ff
    • 5.75   45.32
    • 5.90ff   52.559ff
    • 5.92   39.233; 52.566
    • 6.107   39.222ff
    • 6.131   48.22; 52.566, 618
    • 7.76f   45.261ff
    • 7.108   42.315f
    • 8.83   53.461ff
    • 9.108ff   44.31ff
    • omens in   45.38ff
    • and Arrian  51.613ff
    • and Plutarch  42.333; 48.171
  • heroes, cultic  39.25; 40.122, 144ff
  • heroes, romantic   41.377ff
  • Hesiod   44.138ff, 152ff; 50.57ff
    • Op.   47.5ff, 77
    • Op. 143ff   44.184ff
    • Op. 287ff   52.93f
    • Op. 317ff   52.1ff
    • Th. 1-115   48.231ff
    • Th. 183ff   44.183ff
    • Th. 382   44.239
    • Th. 603f   42.145
    • Th. 615f   47.130ff
    • geography in   38.376f
    • and the Near East   51.180ff
    • personifications in   53.350ff
  • Hesychius Lex.   43.196f
    • s.v. Praxiergidae   44.112
  • Hesychius Illustr. of Miletus   45.381ff; 53.804ff
  • hetairai   48.160ff; 51.49ff
  • Hierapolis Syriae   42.187ff; 47.457f
  • hierarchies, social   48.181ff, 425ff
  • Hierocles On Providence   45.288
  • Hieronymus, historian   39.253; 43.377ff
  • highpriests of Asia   43.45f
  • Himalayas   40.328, 350f
  • Himera   48.268
  • Hipparchus of Athens   41.211ff; 44.354
  • Hipparchus of Nicaea, scientist   41.60; 45.359ff
  • Hippias of Athens   39.221ff
  • Hippias of Elis   44.354
  • Hippocrates Acut. 1.1ff   44.355
    • Aër.   49.300ff
    • Epid. 6.7   44.355
  • Hipponax fr.84 W.   40.246f
  • Historia Augusta   41.269
    • Tyr.Trig. 29   40.234f
  • historiography
    • ancient   39.39ff, 121ff, 221ff, 407ff, 429ff; 40.109ff, 234f; 42.329ff; 43.13ff, 373ff; 45.35ff, 75ff, 245ff; 48.295ff; 49.487ff; 50.215ff, 565f; 51.86ff, 111f, 133fff, 613ff; 52361ff, .393ff
    • Byzantine   38.295ff; 43.51ff; 44.245ff, 361ff; 45.35ff, 75ff; 45.381ff, 405ff; 46.175ff; 49.295ff, 585ff; 52.111ff, 259ff, 738ff; 53.192ff, 610ff
    • “tragic”   51.90ff; 53.211f
    • Turkish   40.390ff; 52.135f
  • Hittite myth   39.300f; 42.257f; 45.131ff; 51.180ff
  • Hodegetria   45.172ff
  • Holland, classical scholarship in   49.187ff
  • Holobolus, Manuel   43.77ff; 46.117; 52.285ff
  • holy men   44.245ff; 48.209ff
  • Homer   38.237ff, 384; 39.331ff; 40.324; 46.5ff, 134ff; 51.498ff
    • Il.   37.5ff; 38.213ff; 42.269
    • Il. 2.25   50.323
    • Il. 2.45   47.65f
    • Il. 2.157ff   49.170
    • Il. 4.148ff   49.159ff
    • Il. 5.385ff   44.166f
    • Il. 6.53ff   49.175f
    • Il. 6.492   42.155
    • Il. 7.104ff   49.180f
    • Il. 12.322ff   51.357f
    • Il. 13.458ff   53.8ff
    • Il. 18.488   44.231ff
    • Il. 13.458ff   53.8ff
    • Il. 20.178ff   53.5ff
    • Od.   38.5ff; 41.193ff; 43.309ff
    • Od. 1.196ff   49.323ff
    • Od. 4   52.28ff
    • Od. 5.55ff   51.11f
    • Od. 5.271ff   44.231ff
    • Od. 8.75ff   54.48ff
    • Od. 9.125ff   49.331ff
    • Od. 11   47.389ff
    • Od. 21.405ff   50.133ff
    • and Alcman   53.220ff
    • in Byzantium   47.369ff; 52.493ff; 53.170f, 192ff, 227, 350ff
    • and the Near East   45.131ff; 50.133ff
    • omens in   45.35
    • recensions of  46.231ff
    • scholia, scholarship   44.163ff; 47.185ff, 205f, 393ff; 49.167f, 323ff, 413ff
    • text of   47.60
  • Homer of Byzantium   47.381
  • homicide, in Athens   41.311ff
  • homiletics   42.291
  • homoioi, Spartan   51.401ff
  • Homonadensians   41.363f
  • homonoia   48.431
  • homosexuality   39.137ff; 45.331ff; 53.687ff
  • honey   45.59ff
  • honor  45.143ff; 48.181ff
  • Honorius   45.168
  • Horace Ars P. 136f   46.8
    • Sat. 1.2.105ff   52.141f
  • horoi   40.111ff; 45.93ff
  • horoscopes   52.587ff
  • horse races   50.416
  • Hortensius Hortalus, Q.   48.298ff
  • hospitals   47.53
  • households   48.276ff, 363ff
  • houses, astrological   41.80ff
  • human sacrifice   38.429
  • humanists   46.395ff
  • humor   52.603ff, 632ff, 705; 53.219ff, 687ff
  • Hunain Ibn Ishaq   49.128ff
  • hunting   40.259ff, 289ff; 41.254ff; 44.47ff; 50.443ff
  • Hurrian literature   45.131ff; 51.180ff
  • Hussites   52.113ff
  • hybris   39.226ff; 48.181ff
  • Hydaspes, battle of   37.27ff; 53.369ff
  • Hymn.Hom.Ap.   39.123ff; 50.67ff; 51.529ff; 52.516ff
    • 168ff   44.14f
  • Hymn.Hom.Cer.   40.117f
  • Hymn.Hom.Merc.   51.1ff
  • Hymn.Hom. Selene   53.15ff
  • hymns, Christian   39.317ff; 53.579ff
    • Jewish   41.279f; 53.554f
    • pagan   47.413ff; 48.381ff; 51.101ff, 180ff
  • hyperbaton   46.127ff; 47.41
  • Hypereides In Athenog.   46.344ff
    • Pro Eux.   46.379ff
    • Pro Lyc.   46.375ff
    • Pro Phryn.   53.90ff
  • hypocoristic names   53.272ff
  • hypomeiones, Spartan   51.401ff
  • hypomnemata   45.190ff
  • hypotheses, dramatic   42.313ff; 52.155ff
  • hypothesis, in rhetoric   43.130, 152ff
  • Hyrtakenos, Theodore   43.397ff
I [ top]
  • Iacchus   39.295f
  • iambic verse   49.227ff, 358f
  • Iamblichus Babyloniaca  39.57, 149ff
  • iambos   42.159ff
  • Iao   40.166
  • Iasos   48.268f
  • iatrosophists   49.113ff
  • Ibas of Edessa   42.208f
  • Iberians   52.270f
  • Iconium   41.355ff
  • Iconoclasm   41.290f; 43.161ff; 44.260ff; 47.225ff, 373ff; 53.763ff
  • iconography   40.99ff, 161f, 233ff; 47.431ff; 49.547f, 557ff; 50.616ff; 51.340ff
    • pharaonic   42.25ff
  • icons   43.161ff; 44.245ff; 45.172ff; 50.586ff
  • Ignatius, martyr  40.279
  • Ignatius, patriarch   53.188f
  • Ignatius V.Niceph.   53.776ff
  • Ilias Parva   46.5ff; 53.10ff
  • illegitimacy of birth   48.159ff
  • immortality   46.333ff
  • incantations   49.227ff
  • incest   39.221ff
  • inclusivism   47.261ff
  • incunabula   46.395ff
  • India, Alexander in  50.175ff
    • Christianity in  43.63f
    • fauna   40.327ff
    • in Greek geographers   45.359ff
  • infanticide   46.50; 51.250
  • infantry, Byzantine   44.265ff; 46.304f
    • Macedonian   48.39ff
  • infants   46.46ff
  • inheritance   42.9ff; 44.103f; 46.27f
  • iniuria   48.181ff
  • Innocent I   45.155ff
  • insanity   40.135ff
  • inscriptions
    • CEG 530   50.378f
    • CIL II 6278   44.43ff
    • CIL VIII 12511   44.212
    • GHI 79   50.515f
    • IG I³ 7   44.111ff
    • IG I³ 52   38.113ff
    • IG I³ 78   37.323f; 42.250
    • IG I³ 96  43.222
    • IG I³ 948   41.212f
    • IG I³ 1023   41.213f
    • IG I³ 1470   41.211ff
    • IG II² 140   37.324
    • IG II² 212   47.279ff, 306
    • IG II² 354   50.165
    • IG II² 385   39.36f
    • IG II² 561   47.407
    • IG II² 911   47.298
    • IG II² 1028   53.520ff
    • IG II² 1623ff   46.350ff
    • IG II² 1672   42.250
    • IG II² 1962-64   37.393f
    • IG II² 2323   49.58f
    • IG III Suppl. p.xiii   44.213
    • IG IV² 1012   47.131
    • IG VII 52   40.122
    • IG IX.1² 96   42.131
    • IG XI.2 145   37.247
    • I.Ephesos 43   44.55f
    • I.Ephesos 428   43.45
    • I.Ephesos 1415   46.297f
    • I.Ephesos 3070   44.52f
    • I.Iasos 2   42.131
    • I.Ilion 45   42.131
    • I.Magnesia 16   46.275ff, 47.151ff
    • I.Magnesia 192   37.195ff
    • I.Perg. II 451   41.368f
    • I.Priene 108   46.295ff
    • I.Smyrna 637   44.53f
    • I.Smyrna 662   50.423
    • I.Smyrna 697   43.40f
    • MAMA VI 49   48.334ff
    • M./L. Add. 67   45.22ff
    • OGIS 222   39.15
    • SB I 429   43.246
    • Rhamnous 260   48.27ff
    • SEG II 579   39.10f
    • SEG VIII 171   47.464f; 49.31ff
    • SEG IX 3   37.237
    • SEG IX 72   37.237
    • SEG XXVIII 697   39.11
    • SEG XXX 353   44.211f
    • SEG XLI 855   47.396f
    • SEG XLI 1003   42.132
    • SEG XLIX 722, 855   51.591f
    • SEG LIV 617   49.515ff
    • Side 377f   45.271ff
    • Suppl.Epig.Rodio 66   50.422
    • TAM V 950   44.49f
    • agonistic   50.420ff
    • Arabic   40.392
    • archaic   43.231f
    • Athenian   39.23ff; 49.31ff; 50.499ff
    • Boeotian   41.47ff
    • Byzantine   45.399f; 53.166ff; 54.88f
    • Canobus text of Ptolemy   41.61
    • Christian   39.307ff; 50.617f; 52.662; 53.591ff; 54.88f
    • cuneiform   43.373ff
    • decrees   50.337ff
    • dedications   43.231ff, 243ff; 45.274ff; 49.374; 50.166ff
    • fictitious   45.251ff
    • funerary   45.15; 50.374ff
    • of gladiators   44.41ff
    • Hittite   42.257ff
    • horoi   40.111ff; 45.93ff
    • Macedonian   49.101ff, 515ff; 52.198ff
    • magical   40.159ff; 41.5ff; 44.203ff; 46.37ff; 47.87ff, 121ff; 49.227ff; 52.421ff
    • on metal   46.37ff; 48.287ff
    • metrical   50.370ff
    • Palmyrene   42.191
    • retrograde   47.89
    • Syriac   45.291ff
    • on vases   53.694ff
  • interpolation   46.10f; 50.29ff; 52.259ff; 53.9ff, 652ff
  • intertexuality   45.331ff; 46.175ff
  • invective   52.605ff
  • inventories, temple   51.16
  • invocations   46.5ff
  • Io   42.189f
  • Ionian League   39.14, 19
  • Iphigeneia   39.48f; 54.53ff
  • Iphimedeia, heroine   41.201
  • Iphitus, athlete   45.251ff
  • irony   48.237ff; 52.559ff
  • Isauria   41.349ff; 47.377ff; 48.447ff
  • Ishmael   41.296f
  • Isidore of Seville   39.169ff
  • Isidore, cardinal   52.726f
  • Isis   49.125ff; 52.438
  • Islam   40.390ff; 42.361ff
  • Isocrates   39.134ff
    • 6.102   41.115
    • 9   44.250f
    • 18   46.339ff; 51.254ff
    • 18.47f   39.368
    • 21.26   54.20
    • nachleben   48.100; 52.90ff
  • isonomia   48.427ff
  • isopsephy   53.687ff
  • Ister River   38.373f
  • C. Iulius Eurycles   37.382f
  • C. Iulius Quadratus Bassus   41.352
J [ top]
  • jaguars   40.285
  • James, brother of Jesus   53.577
  • Apocryphon of James   50.591
  • Protevangelium of James   53.551ff
  • jasper   53.337
  • Jerome Praef. in Paralip.   46.243f
    • V.Hilar.   40.88ff
    • V. Paul of Thebes    37.290ff; 49.269ff
  • Jerusalem   41.277ff; 47.455ff; 53.551ff
  • Jews   44.245ff
    • in Byzantium   41.277ff; 45.177ff; 50.586ff
    • Hellenistic   43.5ff, 391ff; 48.393ff; 50.87ff, 95ff
    • and magic   42.180, 297
  • Jocasta/Epicaste   41.199; 43.352
  • John the Apostle, at Ephesus   40.83
  • John the Baptist   45.59ff
  • John II Comnenus   46.87ff
  • John of Antioch 48.2.28   49.329f
  • John Charax   50.647
  • John Chrysostom   37.399ff; 40.53ff; 54.69ff
  • John Climac. Scala Par.   49.290ff
  • John of Damascus   42.363, 366; 53.767ff
  • John the Deacon   42.361ff
  • John Geometres   44.375ff; 53.843f; 54.134f
  • John Grammaticus   53.774ff
  • John Italos   44.411ff; 54.136ff
  • John Lydus   45.383ff, 393ff; 49.606
    • De mens. 4.132   48.462ff
  • John Moschus Prat. Spir.   37.285, 293, 413; 42.290
  • John Philoponus   42.90
  • John Siceliotes   40.191
  • jokes   52.632ff
  • Jordanes   45.422f
  • Judaism   42.372, 377ff; 43.5ff, 391ff; 46.74; 48.393ff; 53.551ff
  • Story of Judas Kyriakos   50.599ff
  • judges, foreign   39.11f
  • Julia Domna   51.150f
  • Julian, emperor   38.196f; 47.190; 52.447f, 464f
  • C. Julius Caesar   43.13ff
  • justice, Byzantine   46.305f
    • in Herodotus   44.19ff
  • Justin   50.215ff
    • 9.8   45.207f
  • Justin I   45.405ff; 50.625ff
  • Justin II   46.309
  • Justin Martyr   42.163ff
  • Justinian I   37.302ff; 40.385; 42.92f; 45.285ff, 405ff; 46.175ff, 301ff; 49.585ff
    • Confess.   39.176
    • Nov. 166   50.627f
K [ top]
  • kalligeneia   38.21
  • Kamateros, John   46.115
  • Karaite literature   41.304f
  • Karya (Constantinople)   40.358ff
  • Kathisma Church   47.466
  • Kazakévich, E. G.   48.343ff
  • Kerameikos   37.107ff
  • Keres   51.350ff
  • keys, temple   51.16
  • kiang, Tibetan   40.336ff
  • Kibyratis   45.264ff
  • kidnapping   40.62
  • king lists   43.373ff; 51.180ff
  • kings, Egyptian   42.25ff
    • Hellenistic   39.6ff   
    • Homeric   39.331ff; 50.133ff
  • kinship, and marriage   37.399ff
  • kleos   43.309ff
  • koinon of Lycaonia   41.370ff
  • kolakretai   44.116f; 49.9f
  • Kore   37.325ff; 38.406f
  • Kritoboulos, historian   52.133f, 276ff
  • Krum the Bulgar   40.386
  • ktisis literature   51.394ff
  • Kublai Khan   40.260
  • Kumarbi   45.134ff; 51.180ff
  • Kydones, Demetrios   37.81ff
  • Kynegion, in Constantinople   48.65
L [ top]
  • Lacedaemon, Byzantine   54.109ff
  • Lachares fr.21a   39.276
  • Lachares of Athens   49.53ff
  • Lactantius Mort.Pers.   38.197ff
  • lamentation   46.249ff; 52.540ff, 715ff; 53.192ff
  • Lamia, hetaira   49.69f
  • lamps, and magic   47.87ff; 52.421ff
  • land surveys   50.625ff
  • land tenure   49.135ff, 543
  • Laodicea Cecaumene   41.374
  • Laonikos Chalkokondyles   52.111ff, 259ff, 738ff
  • Laranda   41.359ff
  • Lascaris, Constantine   53.257ff
  • Lasus of Hermione   37.134f
  • Latin, in Byzantium   43. 77ff; 53.217f
  • Latinisms   50.295ff
  • law, Athenian   39.361ff; 40.5ff, 135ff, 171ff; 41.311ff; 46.207ff, 339ff, 375ff; 47.271ff; 48.343ff; 50.337ff, 499ff; 51.254ff; 52.167ff; 54.1ff
    • Byzantine   41.377ff; 46.306ff; 49.135ff, 592ff
    • canon   40.259f; 41.380ff; 42.201ff; 45.317ff
    • in Roman Egypt   48.181ff; 50.273ff
    • family   40.23ff
    • inheritance   46.27f
    • on magic   43.119ff; 49.535ff
    • in novels   49.453ff
    • penal   46.388ff; 53.138ff
    • property   41.47ff; 42.9ff; 49.135ff
    • Roman   40.62; 46.59f; 50.605ff
    • sacred   44.111ff; 46.49
  • leadership, military   42.25ff, 345
  • leagues   41.370ff; 43.36ff; 45.5ff; 48.39ff; 49.101ff
  • leases, inscribed   41.47ff
  • Lebedos   39.5ff
  • Leda   41.200
  • legitimacy of birth   40.23ff; 48.159ff
  • legitimacy, political   39.337ff; 44.102ff, 135
  • Leo V, on icons   53.776ff
  • Leo VI   39.200; 41.381, 393; 53.823
    • Tactica   41.243; 44.313ff
  • Leo Choerosphactes   53.822ff
  • Leo the Deacon   39.107
    • Hist. 3.84   41.258
  • Leocrates of Athens   39.376ff
  • Leon of Byzantium   45.202f
  • Leonidas of Tarentum   50.196ff
  • Leontius of Byzantium   42.372
  • Leontius Neap. V.Symeon Salos    40.96ff
  • leopards   40.253ff
  • lesbianism   39.137ff
  • Lesbonax of Mytilene   52.412f
  • Lesbos   39.434ff; 43.240f, 262ff; 53.441ff
  • Lesches   46.5ff
  • letter collections   37.75ff; 45.155ff; 50.537ff; 54.37ff
  • Leuctra, battle of   38.357ff; 39.53f, 410 \
  • lexica, lexicography   40.171ff, 253ff; 46.113f, 213, 397ff; 47.43ff, 193ff; 48.356ff; 49.344ff; 52.310ff; 53.90ff, 849f
  • Libanius   37.408f; 46.64f
    • [Ecphr.] 25   47.431ff
    • Or. 1.148ff   52.395
    • Or. 22.22   55.69ff
    • Progymn.   45.208f; 52.94ff
    • on Demosthenes   39.283ff; 40.171ff
    • on education   42.101; 47.71ff
  • libraries   42.211; 43.180f; 45.310; 46.231ff; 47.327ff; 52.284ff
  • Libya   38.383; 50.119ff
  • Lilybaeum   38.387ff
  • limitanei   37.272ff
  • limitations, statute of   46.387ff
  • Limnae, Messenia   39.41ff
  • Linear B   38.229ff
  • linguistics   52.240ff; 53.390ff
  • Linus   53.457ff
  • lions   37.288ff; 40.143, 255, 267, 279f; 52.566, 617f
  • literacy   44.331ff; 46.319ff; 53.271f
  • literary criticism, ancient   42.313ff; 47.63ff; 50.309ff
  • literary theory   40.303ff
  • litotes   52.16f
  • Little Iliad   38.134, 138; 41.160
  • liturgies, Athenian   53.31ff; 54.14ff
  • liturgy, Christian   39.182ff, 316f; 43.191ff, 267; 44.375ff; 45.321f; 53.138ff
    • Jewish   41.277ff
  • livers   40.338ff
  • livestock   42.129f, 245f
  • Livia   51.133ff
  • Livius Andronicus   40.316
  • Livy 26.51.4-6   41.261ff
    • 40.6.5-6   41.264
  • loans   46.351ff
  • loanwords   44.306ff; 50.296ff; 51.461ff
  • logic   47.257ff
  • logistes   42.12
  • logistics   42.234ff; 43.382ff
  • logos   44.163ff, 253ff
    • in Stoicism   47.419ff
  • Lollianus Phoen.   39.57
  • longevity   48.27ff
  • Longinus, Abba   37.283ff
  • Longinus, Cassius   39.271ff
  • Longinus Subl., in Byzantium   46.90
  • Longus Daphnis and Chloe    39.429ff; 41.393; 45.75ff
    • nachleben   52.684ff
  • love-charms   40.159ff
  • Lucan 10.72ff   43.17
  • lucanica   40.248ff
  • Lucian   49.566ff
    • Dial.Meretr. 5.3    39.142ff
    • Hall   47.366
    • Hist.conscr.   38.302ff
    • Lucius 32   39.139f
    • Par. 53   50.553
    • Rhet.praec.   47.71ff; 52.89ff
    • Vit.auct.   53.219ff
    • schol. Dial.Meret. 2.1   37.365ff
  • Lucilius, satirist   40.325
  • St Lucillian   40.373ff
  • Lucillius, epigrammatist   52.637ff
  • Lucretius   41.266f
  • Luke, John, on Anatolia   48.319ff
  • lustratio   41.263, 268
  • Lusus Troiae   41.259f
  • Lycaonia   41.349ff
  • lychnomanteion   47.89
  • Lycia   38.232ff; 45.261ff
  • Lyciscus of Messene   39.51f
  • Lycomidae   48.173ff
  • Lycophron Alex.   37.245f
  • Lycurgus of Athens   46.390ff
    • Against Aristogeiton    40.182f
    • Leoc.   37.145ff; 39.376ff; 41.315ff
  • Lycurgus of Sparta   45.251ff
  • Lycus   40.143ff
  • Lydda   50.586f
  • lynxes   40.272ff
  • lyres   43.260ff
  • Lysander of Sparta   42.252
  • Lysias   41.315ff
    • 12   40.5ff
    • 14.5ff   39.363ff
    • 23   50.367f; 51.259ff
    • 31   40.5ff
  • Lysimachus   39.6f, 13f; 47.135ff; 49.65ff
  • Lysimachus of Alexandria   45.225
  • Lysippus, sculptor   44.368
M [ top]
  • Macarius of Scete   42.295
  • Macedonia   37.45ff; 38.370f; 42.39f; 43.109ff, 257f; 48.39ff; 49.101ff, 515ff; 51.579ff; 52.198ff
  • Macedonius, bishop   40.358ff
  • Machiavelli   51.111, 131
  • Macrembolites, novelist   39.208ff; 41.392ff
  • Macrobius, and Greek   51.471ff
  • Macrobius of Seleuceia   42.212
  • Maera, heroine   41.203
  • Magas of Cyrene   38.49
  • magi, in art   50.616ff
  • magic   37.237ff; 39.63ff; 40.85ff, 99ff, 159ff; 41.5ff; 42.180; 43.109ff; 44.199ff; 46.37ff, 159ff; 47.87ff, 121ff; 49.227ff, 535ff; 51.94ff, 155ff; 52.421ff; 53.294ff, 326ff
    • Christian   42.289ff
    • in novels   39.194f
  • magistrates, civic   41.52f; 54.1ff
  • Magna Mater   37.129ff
  • Magnesia on the Maeander   46.275ff; 47.151ff
  • Maia   51.5ff
  • Malalas   37.415f; 45.392ff, 428; 49.329f, 615; 50.411ff
  • Mameluks, and Byzantium   49.295ff
  • Mamunas, Marcus   43.199
  • Manasses, novelist   39.213f; 41.379
  • Manes   45.235
  • Manetho   46.163
  • Manganeios Prodromos   46.90f
  • manhood   38.127ff
  • Manicheism   45.292f
  • lex Manilia   48.295ff
  • Manilius, Sebastianus   47.480f
  • Mantinea   41.57f
  • Mantitheus of Athens   39.379ff
  • Manuel I Comnenus   40.261f; 41.383
  • Manuel II Palaeologus   52.753ff
  • Manuel Kelekas   37.81
  • manumission, in Athens   48.360ff
  • manuscripts   42.314ff, 361ff; 44.317ff, 375ff, 411ff; 47.39ff, 197; 49.187ff, 281ff; 50.193ff; 51.167ff, 461ff; 52.259ff; 53.138ff; 54.136ff
    • Ambros.gr. A 152 sup.   49.288f
    • Ethn.Bibl.Hell. 1062   43.175ff
    • Gothenbourg Palimpsest   43.387f
    • Havn.Fabr. 57   52.248f
    • Laur. LV.7   46.108, 112, 117
    • Laur.Plut. 10.26   54.137
    • Lond.Med.Soc. 52   52.280f
    • Marc.gr. 454   47.48
    • Marc.gr. 508   44.414
    • Matritensis Bibl. Nat. 4678   53.379ff
    • Medic.Laur.gr. V 37   43.267ff
    • Moscow gr. 231   42.368ff; 54.114
    • Moscow gr. 3649   46.119
    • Oxon.Corp.Christ. 72   49.287f
    • Palat. 398 1596    45.395
    • Paris.Coislin 126   46.326
    • Paris.gr. 440   49.285f
    • Paris.gr. 510   47.246f
    • Paris.gr. 712   49.283f
    • Paris.gr. 1454    53.554, 567
    • Paris.gr. 1596    37.282f
    • Paris.gr. 1741   44.414
    • Paris.gr. 1780-81   52.275ff
    • Paris.gr. 1962   54.136ff
    • Paris.gr. 2036   46.90
    • Paris.gr. 2544   46.63ff, 101ff
    • Paris.gr. 2712   49.209f
    • Paris.gr. 2898   52.248f
    • Paris.gr. 2918   46.105ff
    • Sbath 1324   42.385
    • Sinaiticus 422   49.292f
    • Sinaiticus 448   37.283
    • Tbilisi S-1463   42.371ff
    • Urbin. gr. 133   37.81f
    • Vat.gr. 96   45.189ff
    • Vat.gr. 101   37.81f
    • Vat.gr. 316   54.140
    • Vat.gr. 305   53.219ff
    • Vat.gr. 714   46.207ff
    • Vat.gr. 1056   47.517
    • Vat.gr. 1899   46.119
    • Vat.Pal.gr. 116   53.241ff
    • Vatic.Regin.gr. 18   49.282f
    • Vatopedi gr. 236   42.372
    • Venetus A   46.232ff
    • Vienna gr. 314   42.368ff
    • Vienna Med.gr. 1   53.379
    • attribution of   46.67f
    • of Alexander Romance    40.264f
    • of Anth.Gr.   52.284ff
    • of Aristophanes   53.250ff
    • of Aristotle   47.471ff
    • of Demosthenes   40.175ff; 50.343ff
    • of Diophantus   53.710ff
    • of grammarians   53.240ff
    • of Homer   46.231ff
    • of Nonnus   43.404f
    • of rhetoric   46.106ff
    • of science   47.517ff
    • Slavonic   53.138ff
    • stichometry in   50.345ff
    • of tragedy   41.123ff
    • of Xenophon   53.812ff
  • maps, ancient   45.361
  • Marathon, battle   38.329ff; 39.222ff
  • marching   49.343ff; 53.645ff
  • Q. Marcius Rex   41.350f
  • Maria Galaktotrophousa   49.582
  • St Maria of Egypt, Life of   49.267ff
  • Agia Marina (Athens)   45.91ff
  • Markland, Jeremiah   51.232ff
  • Marnas   40.91
  • marriage   37.399ff; 38.409ff; 39.137ff, 157ff, 198ff, 234f; 40.23ff; 41.183f, 377ff; 43.8f; 45.318f; 46.147ff; 47.135ff; 51.552ff; 53.308ff
  • Marsyas   45.235
  • Marsyas, historian   38.356; 42.255ff
  • Martha, Vita of 54f   40.93
  • Marthanes   45.419f
  • Martianus Capella 6.581   41.71f
  • Mart.Polycarpi 12.2   44.51, 63
  • martyrologies   40.355ff, 383ff
  • Mary, cult of   45.171ff; 53.551ff
  • masks, tragic   43.365ff
  • al-Masudi   45.291ff
  • mathematics   53.379ff, 708ff
  • matricide   46.249ff
  • Matrona of Perge   37.414f
  • Maurice Strat.   41.230ff; 44.265ff; 46.303ff; 47.197
  • Mavia, Arab queen   37.268, 276; 43.57ff
  • Maximian   38.188ff
  • Maximin Daia   38.205
  • maxims   41.99ff, 155
  • Maximus the Confessor   42.217; 52.226ff
  • meat   40.241ff
  • mechane   48.5ff, 149; 50.334
  • medallions, decorative   45.277f
  • Medea   37.355
  • Medes   42.193
  • medical writers, on women   38.77; 53.742ff
  • medicine   39.63ff; 48.142ff; 49.113ff; 53.543ff
  • meditation   46.315ff
  • Megara   40.114ff
  • Megara, heroine   41.199
  • Megarian decree   40.128f
  • Megasthenes   38.382
  • Mehmed II   52.714ff
  • Meidias of Athens   39.386ff
  • Melanchthon, Philip   46.422f
  • Melania the Elder   53.125ff
  • Melanion, and Atalanta   42.143ff
  • Melanthius   38.5ff
  • Meleager, anthologist   43.254f; 50.193ff
  • Melesias of Athens   50.495ff
  • Meliai   44.183ff
  • Memnon fr.28   39.297
  • memoria   40.312
  • memorization   44.349ff; 46.237, 317ff
  • Memphis   42.120ff
  • Menahem ben Amiel   41.301
  • Menander   38.41ff, 173ff; 40.43; 43.343; 46.15f; 50.159ff
    • Imbrians   49.53ff
    • nachleben   48.95ff, 201ff
  • Menander Rhetor   48.95ff; 53.201ff, 375ff
  • Menas of Constantinople   42.210
  • Menecrates of Xanthus   53.4ff
  • Menelaus   46.147ff; 50.309ff, 440
  • Menoetius   52.81ff
  • menstruation   45.320ff; 53.565ff
  • mercenaries   38.229ff; 51.241
  • merismos, in Athens   49.8ff
  • Mesites, magician   42.305
  • Mesopotamia, Christianity in   42.361ff
    • democracy in   39.351f
  • Messenians   39.39ff; 45.25
  • messianism   41.301ff
  • metaphor   44.237f
  • metaphraseis   44.375ff
  • metatheater   50.170f
  • meter   43.296; 46.127ff; 49.227ff, 288, 357ff; 50.193ff; 52.248f; 53.420ff
  • Methone   45.195f
  • metics   40.5ff; 48.343ff
  • metrology   37.129ff; 39.158ff
  • metronymy   43.112
  • Metroon, Athenian   40.119ff
  • St Metrophanes   40.376ff
  • metropoleis, Roman   44.55ff
  • miasma   38.394
  • Michael, archangel   48.320ff
  • Michael VIII Palaeologus   40.388; 49.295ff
  • Michael Chartophylax   50.197
  • Michael Glykas   39.187
  • Michael of Stoudios   37.80f
  • Midas/Mita   42.255ff; 45.235
  • midrash   48.411ff
  • midwifery   53.748ff
    • Socratic   50.245ff
  • migration, in Egypt   42.57ff
  • Miletus   45.399f; 47.159f
  • military, Athenian   39.361ff; 49.343ff
    • Byzantine   41.230ff; 44.265ff; 47.193ff; 49.135ff
    • Egyptian   42.25ff
    • Macedonian   48.39ff
    • saints   50.448ff
    • Spartan   51.401ff
    • vocabulary   44.265ff
  • military tracts   41.232ff; 44.265ff; 46.303ff
  • mime   41.117f
  • mimesis    41.243; 44.245ff, 361ff; 49.257ff; 52.369f, 448; 53.768ff; 54.69ff, 105ff
  • Mimnermus   38.375f
  • mines    53.138ff
  • Minos   52.511ff
  • Minucianus, rhetorician   43.131f
  • miracles   42.163ff, 256, 376ff
  • Miracula S. Demetrii   39.102
  • miscarriage   46.47ff
  • missiles   44.271f
  • missionaries, in Anatolia   48.319ff
  • Mithras, and the sun   46.173
  • Mithridatic Wars   50.63ff
  • mobility, social   44.84ff
  • St Mocius   40.363ff
  • mock battles   41.223ff
  • Modestinus, jurist   44.65f
  • Modestus of Jerusalem   42.304
  • Moguls   40.265
  • Mohammed   42.365
  • Moirai   53.355
  • Molossus, hero   38.170
  • monarchy   39.331ff; 47.135ff
  • monasticism/monks   39.307ff; 40.383ff; 42.7ff, 205; 43.65ff, 180f; 46.307f, 315ff; 50.303ff; 51.323ff, 634ff; 53.726ff; 54.71ff
  • Monemvasia, Chronicle of   54.106ff
  • money   42.21, 213
  • Mongols   41.257
  • monoergism   52.226ff
  • Monophysism  39.169ff; 42.83ff, 201ff, 379
  • Monotheletism   42.201ff; 52.226ff
  • months   44.111ff; 46.395ff; 47.280ff, 493f
  • morai, Spartan   51.401ff
  • morphology, Greek   53.708ff
  • mortgage stones   40.111f, 113f, 121ff
  • mosaics   49.548, 560f; 50.616ff; 51.340ff; 52.208ff, 662ff; 53.591ff; 54.87ff
  • Moschus: see John Moschus
  • Moses   43.5ff, 391ff; 44.164ff, 248ff; 48.400ff
  • Moses of Chorene   43.140; 53.140f
  • mothakes, Spartan   51.423f
  • Mother, cult of   40.119ff
  • mothers   40.23ff, 59ff
  • Mousbanda   41.366
  • multilingualism   46.170
  • mummies   46.43; 52.421ff
  • al-Mundhir   37.307
  • Muses   41.47ff; 46.5ff; 53.441ff
  • Mushki   42.260f
  • music   51.26ff
  • Musonius Rufus   40.207ff; 51.311ff
  • Musurus, Marcus   43.175ff
  • Mylasa   41.49f
  • Myous   39.20
  • Myron of Priene   39.39ff
  • Myrrhinus, deme   37.347ff
  • Myrsilus of Lesbos   53.443f
  • mysteries   37.319ff, 369ff; 40.117ff, 234; 43.219ff; 48.115ff; 50.461ff; 53.90ff
  • myth   39.121ff, 197ff, 293ff, 432ff; 41.193ff; 42.257ff; 43.397ff; 44.93ff, 152ff, 163ff, 183ff; 45.223ff; 47.5ff, 121ff, 413ff; 48.115ff; 381ff; 49.323ff, 477ff, 557ff; 50.41ff; 51.1ff, 180ff, 382ff, 529ff, 552ff; 52.510ff; 53.350ff, 441ff
  • mythographers   52.147ff
  • Mytilene   48.269
N [ top]
  • Nabataeans   45.69f
  • Naevius   40.318
  • names, personal   38.405ff; 45.35ff; 51.390; 53.269ff
  • Nannacus of Phrygia   45.240
  • narratology   43.309ff; 48.181ff; 51.1ff; 53.461ff
  • Nastes, Carian   38.241f
  • natura   44.199ff
  • nauarch   43.244ff
  • Naucratis   43.231ff, 257
  • navies   42.236ff
  • navigation   44.231ff
  • Nazirites   53.570ff
  • Neaera   50.337ff
  • Nearchus   37.44f; 39.249ff
  • Nefertari   42.35
  • Nefertiti   42.34
  • Negev, Byzantine   44.81f
  • Neoacademia   43.405
  • neocorate temples   43.31ff
  • neodamodeis, Spartan   51.410ff
  • neologisms   50.295ff
  • Neoplatonism   44.99f, 183ff; 45.285ff, 382; 46.301ff; 47.164ff; 52.232ff, 469ff; 53.145ff, 718ff
  • Neoptolemus, in Sophocles   38.150ff
  • Nereids   52.513ff
  • Nestor   39.343ff
  • networking   50.133ff, 273ff
  • Neugebauer, O.   47.517
  • New Comedy   38.45ff; 41.400
  • New Testament
    • Acts 19:31   44.66
    • 1 Cor 2:4-5   42.171f
    • 1 Cor 12:9-10, 28ff   42.173ff
    • 2 Cor 12:11-12   42.165ff
    • Gal 2:11ff   47.322ff
    • Gal 3:1ff   42.165ff
    • John 5:19   42.376
    • Mk 3:5   47.318ff
    • Rom 13:12   42.294
    • Rom 15:18-19   42.165ff
    • 1 Thess 1.5   42.171f
    • text of   46.236ff
  • Nicaea   39.261ff, 294ff; 42.50; 47.225ff
  • Nicanor, Aristotle’s nephew   47.402
  • Nicanor, grammarian   46.129
  • Nicanor, Macedonian   47.401ff
  • colloquialisms   50.295ff
  • Nicarchus, epigrammatist   50.297f
  • Nicephorus, patriarch   47.241ff; 53.763ff
  • Nicephorus Bryennius   53.197f
  • Nicephorus Gregoras   52.740ff
  • Nicephorus Uranus   44.323ff
  • Nicetas magistros   54.128ff
  • Nicetas Eugenianus: see Eugenianus
  • Nicholas V, pope   47.483ff; 52.725ff
  • Nicias of Athens  41.331f, 340f
  • Nicolaus, rhetorician   43.139f; 47.434
  • Nicomachus, calendar of   44.130ff
  • Nicomachus of Gerasa   41.72
  • Nicomedes II   43.13ff
  • Nicopolis/Emmaus   42.11
  • Nicostratus, Platonist   54.142
  • Nilometers   51.343ff
  • Nilotic scenes   51.340ff
  • Ninoe = Aphrodisias   42.190
  • Ninos, Assyrian   42.187ff
  • Niobe   43.399ff
  • Nitocris   42.195
  • nomoi, musical   51.26ff
  • nomos, in Stoicism   47.419ff
  • nomos/physis   38.129ff
  • Nonnus of Edessa   41.182f
  • Nonnus of Panopolis   48.71ff; 49.557ff; 53.350ff
    • Dion. 38.105ff   44.98f
    • Dion. 48.238ff   39.293ff
    • Par. Jo.   42.86f
    • influence of   43.196ff, 397ff; 44.98ff
  • Nonnus of Zerabenna   41.188
  • notarius   42.101
  • nothoi   44.104f; 48.159ff
  • Notitia Dignitatum   37.271
  • novel, ancient   39.39ff, 150ff, 429ff; 40.23ff; 45.75ff; 49.258ff, 453ff
    • medieval   39.179ff; 41.377ff; 49.258ff; 52.137ff, 685ff; 53.390ff
  • number theory   53.708ff
  • nuns, transvestite   41.184
  • nurses   41.101ff
  • Nyktophylaxia   37.364
  • nymphs   44.183ff; 45.94ff; 47.91f; 50.48ff; 51.17f
O [ top]
  • oaths   45.5ff; 49.524ff; 53.560
  • Oceanus   38.376ff; 53.363f
  • Odaenathus   40.236ff
  • Odeum, Athenian   44.159
  • Odysseus   38.5ff, 127ff; 40.315; 41.195f; 50.133ff; 54.48ff, 77ff
  • Oedipus   39.221ff
  • oikists   50.396ff
  • Olba   41.367
  • Olbasa   41.366f
  • old age   44.7ff; 48.27ff; 52.703ff
  • oligarchy   45.9ff; 48.417ff; 53.31ff
  • Olympiad dating   45.245ff
  • Olympic games   43.252ff; 49.369ff; 50.411ff
  • Olympus, aulode   51.29
  • omens, in historians   39.407ff; 45.35ff
  • onager   40.331ff
  • Onasander Strat.   41.238ff
  • Onasimus, rhetorician   43.133
  • Opics   40.316f
  • Opisthodomos   38.114f
  • Opus   52.75ff
  • oracles   39.41ff, 121ff, 223, 407ff; 42.356f; 44.113ff; 45.261ff; 46.275ff; 47.89, 152; 51.529ff; 53.441ff
  • oral literature   41.219ff; 46.10f, 129; 47.59f; 49.323ff; 51.1f; 52.540ff, 632ff; 53.1ff, 390ff, 420ff
  • Orchomenus, Boeotia   53.166ff
  • Orestes   46.249ff
  • Orgas   40.123; 42.47ff
  • Origen/Origenism   39.203; 42.217; 46.241; 47.178ff; 53.117ff
    • c. Cels.   47.502
    • c. Cels. 3.25   44.199
  • origins literature   44.245ff; 51.393ff
  • ornithology   44.5ff
  • Oroandeis   41.354ff
  • orphans   49.335ff
  • Orpheus   43.262f; 50.391ff; 53.441ff
  • Orphic Hymn 14   37.330
  • Orphism   39.129, 295ff; 44.191ff
  • Orrhippus of Megara   40.122
  • orthographers   50.639ff
  • d'Orville, J. P.   52.303f
  • Osiris   52.421ff
  • Ottomans   40.270f, 277, 379ff; 52.111ff, 259ff, 715ff, 738ff
  • ounce   40.257, 285f
  • Ovid Met. 11.251f   39.303
    • in Byzantium   43.96ff
  • oxen, sacrificial   51.363ff
  • Oxyrhynchus   47.327ff
P [ top]
  • Pachymeres 3.3ff   49.295ff
  • Pachomius   42.16
  • Padua   41.263
  • Paeania   37.347ff
  • pagan survivals   45.91ff, 285ff
  • paians   52.510ff
  • paideia   44.168ff; 48.215ff; 51.415ff
  • paintings   44.364f; 49.81ff; 53.441ff, 763ff
  • palaeography   39.160f; 42.97ff
  • Palaeologan emperors   37.83ff
  • Palaephatus   42.299
  • Palermo, Christian   50.612
  • Palestine, Byzantine   41.277ff; 44.69ff
    • Roman   45.59ff
  • palindromes   40.166
  • Palladas, epigrammatist  50.295ff
  • Palladium   44.137; 45.173, 183ff
  • Palladius Dial.   45.155ff
    • De gent. Ind.   50.189ff
    • H.Laus. 17   40.87f
    • H.Laus. 86   53.123ff
  • Palmyra   40.235ff; 42.191
  • Pamphilus Solutio Difficultatum   42.94
  • Pamphylia   41.351f, 369ff
  • Pan   39.439f
  • Panaetius   41.92; 52.366, 387ff
  • Panathenaea   44.111ff; 48.383ff
  • Pandarus   49.441f
  • pandemos   43.231ff
  • Pandora   42.267ff; 44.141ff; 47.5ff
  • panegyric   48.384ff, 447ff
  • Panegyrici Latini   38.192ff, 201
  • panhellenism   42.349; 48.166ff; 51.538ff
  • pannychis   37.334ff
  • panthers   40.254ff
  • pantomime   37.195ff
  • Papias, lexicographer   46.397ff
  • papyri   52.480; 53.269ff
    • Chrest.Mitt. 126   48.189f
    • P.Aust.inv. 32   42.125ff
    • P.Berol.inv. 9780   42.43ff
    • P.Berol.inv. 9794   53.579ff
    • P.Berol.inv. 13044   50.175ff
    • P.Berol.inv. 21188   42.55f
    • P.Bodm. V   53.551ff
    • P.Cair.Masp. 67152   44.103
    • P.Cair.Masp. 67161   42.71
    • P.Cair.Masp. 67305   42.63f
    • P.Col. 171   50.304
    • P.Col. 211   54.37ff
    • P.Didot   50.159ff
    • P.Duk.inv. 315   38.80ff
    • P.Enteux. 22   38.79f, 83
    • P.Freer 1-2   50.625ff
    • PGM 4.376f   44.201ff
    • PGM 4.1522ff   44.215f
    • PGM 4.2486ff   44.218
    • PGM 7.411ff   44.203ff
    • PGM 17a.8ff   44.222f
    • PGM 63.8ff   44.208f
    • P.Hels. 1   38.80, 83
    • P.Herm.Landl. G505/F722   42.14
    • P.Hibeh 179   40.150ff
    • P.KRU 75   39.308, 324
    • P.Lips. 37   48.195f
    • P. Lille inv. 82   47.45
    • P. Lond.inv. 2553   54.37ff
    • Pap.Lugd.Bat. XIII 13   42.11
    • PMG I.42ff   51.155ff
    • P.Mich. 31   42.123f
    • P.Mich. 243-245   50.273ff
    • P.Mich. 423-424   46.37ff; 49.535ff
    • P.Mich. 793   48.193
    • P.Mil.Vogl. 309   43.243ff
    • P.Oslo 1   40.163f
    • P.Oxy. 1235   49.54ff
    • P.Oxy. 1607   46.375ff
    • P.Oxy. 1808   42.97ff
    • P.Oxy. 2192   47.43
    • P.Oxy. 2342   46.38
    • P.Oxy. 2536   52.155f
    • P.Oxy. 2617   51.350ff
    • P.Oxy. 2643   44.239
    • P.Oxy. 2672   48.192
    • P.Oxy. 3311   42.12f
    • P.Oxy. 3992   51.439
    • P.Oxy. 4122   48.195
    • P.Oxy. 4340   39.157ff
    • P.Oxy. 4340   39.157ff
    • PSI 435   42.117ff
    • P.Ryl. 144   49.546f
    • P.Sorb. 69   42.67f
    • P.Tebt. 737   42.132ff
    • SB 14669   50.625ff
    • SB 15213   42.133
    • archives   53.269ff; 54.37ff
    • Christian   39.307ff; 53.551ff, 579ff
    • of Didymus   42.43ff; 47.57
    • of Homer   46.233ff
    • literary   47.327ff; 48.95ff; 49.54ff; 50.159ff; 52.397ff
    • magical   39.63ff, 317f; 40.102f, 159ff; 44.199ff; 46.37ff, 159ff; 51.155ff; 52.429ff; 53.294ff
    • Persian   51.653ff
    • of Plato   42.97ff
    • rhetorical   43.141f
    • of tragedy   42.321f
  • paragraphe, in Athnes   51.254ff
  • parallax   41.63
  • paraphrases, literary   43.139, 175ff, 267ff
  • parasang   53.653, 840
  • Parastaseis Synt. Chron.   47.233f
  • parathesis   44.248
  • paredroi   51.155ff
  • parenthood   40.23ff, 53ff; 41.380ff
  • Parian Marble   37.320, 328; 43.373ff
  • Parmenides fr.14   53.21f
  • Parmenio, and Alexander   51.613ff
  • Parnassus   38.263ff   
  • parody   44.331ff; 49.278, 384ff
  • Paros, Byzantine   49.260ff
  • paroemiography   41.99ff; 45.200ff; 46.121
  • Parthenius   39.48ff
  • partheneia   53.420ff
  • Parthenon, and Christianity   45.115f
    • frieze   44.143ff, 154ff
  • Parthia   42.187ff
  • Passover   48.405ff
  • passibilis   39.172ff
  • pastoral   42.263ff; 45.75ff; 49.391ff; 52.684ff
  • paternity   40.23ff
  • Patras, Byzantine   54.109ff
  • Patria Const.   47.221
  • patrimonium   50.629
  • patronage, literary   47.469ff; 52.57ff
  • patronage, royal   39.5ff
  • pattern poems   52.284ff
  • Paul the First Hermit, Life of   49.269ff
  • Paul of Constantinople   40.356
  • Paul of Lycopolis   39.281
  • Paul of Mysia   39.280f
  • Paul of Tarsus   40.231; 42.163ff; 47.307ff
  • Paul of Tyre, rhetorician   43.131
  • Apocalypse of Paul   50.594ff
  • Paulina, founder   40.384
  • Pausanias   45.242
    • 1.10.2f   47.137, 141f
    • 3.16.9ff   51.369f
    • 7.21.10   54.111ff
    • 10.7.4   51.35f
    • 10.25.5   46.7
    • on Eleusis   37.326f
    • on Messenia   39.39ff
    • nachleben   54.106ff
    • sources   50.119ff
  • PCG IV 229f   44.335
    • VIII 1001   50.159ff
  • pecten   44.210
  • pederasty   53.687ff
  • pedicling   40.348f
  • Peiraeus   37.347ff, 378; 47.303
  • Peirce, C. S.   47.266
  • Peisistratids   41.210f, 336f; 52.574f
  • Peisistratus   39.224ff, 353ff; 43.228
  • Peitho   51.52f
  • Pelagia the Harlot, vita    41.182ff
  • pelanos   37.342
  • Peleus, in Euripides   46.147ff
  • Pella, in Macedonia   43.109ff
  • Peloponnesian League   45.5ff
  • Peloponnesian War   40.124ff; 42.225ff; 45.17ff, 75ff
  • Peloponnesus, Byzantine   54.105ff
  • pelta   38.367
  • penance   41.382, 393
  • penology   44.19ff
  • peplos   44.111ff
  • Perdiccas of Macedonia   43.373ff; 44.429
  • performance, poetic   37.5ff; 47.369ff; 52.338ff
  • Pergamum   46.238ff
  • Perge, and Artemis   42.197
  • Periander of Corinth   39.234
  • Pericles, building program   44.159
    • citizenship law   40.6, 17f
    • funeral oration   48.15ff
  • periodization   45.255ff, 382ff
  • Peripatetics, and Plato   47.164ff
  • peripatos (Acropolis)   50.163ff
  • perioikoi, Spartan   51.401ff
  • peristatika   46.103ff, 115, 121f
  • Perpetua, martyr   38.428
  • Persephone   38.399ff; 41.21, 398
  • Perseus, hero   52.147ff
  • Persia, and Alexander   42.346ff
    • and Byzantium   37.306f; 41.283ff; 45.285ff; 46.304f; 51.653ff
  • personification   46.311f; 48.21f; 49.503; 50.44ff, 514ff; 53.350ff
  • Peter Barsymes   45.420
  • Peter Mongus   39.170
  • petitions   42.12ff, 83ff, 120, 206; 44.93ff; 46.37ff; 48.181ff; 49.535ff
  • Phaeacians   43.309ff
  • Phaedra   41.201f
  • Phaethon   43.399ff; 44.93ff
  • phalanx   38.357ff; 44.282ff; 51.401ff
  • Phanocles fr.1   43.262f; 53.443f
  • pharaohs, iconography   42.25ff
  • Pharas, Herulian   46.178ff
  • pharmacology   53.742ff
  • Pharnabazus   46.175ff
  • Phasis River   38.377; 53.646ff
  • Pheme   53.361
  • Pherecydes   50.393; 52.147ff
  • Philaenis of Samos   39.146ff
  • Philagrius, doctor   46.170
  • Philemon of Syracuse   38.48ff; 50.440ff
  • Philinus of Athens   49.19
  • Philip II of Macedon   38.355ff; 45.189ff, 396; 46.63ff, 214; 48.54
  • Philip III   43.375ff
  • Philip the Arab   41.373
  • Philippi, Roman   49.530f
  • Phiippides Comicus   38.47ff; 52.609f
    • fr.25   49.64f
    • fr.26   49.68
  • Philo of Byblos   51.184f
  • Philo Jud.   44.163ff, 257
    • Aet.   47.173ff
    • Cont.   50.95ff
    • Quaest.Exod. 1.12   48.409
    • as biographer   52.361ff
    • and Plato   47.169ff
    • and Stoicism   52.361ff
  • Philo, paradoxographer   37.250ff
  • Philochorus fr.10   44.156
    • fr.33   49.11ff
    • fr.56b   42.50f
    • fr.181   47.31ff
  • Philocrates, Peace of   47.276ff
  • Philoctetes   38.127ff
  • Philodemus   37.130, 138; 40.317, 325
  • Philogelos   38.307ff; 52.632ff
  • Philolaus, Pythagorean   41.63
  • Philomelium   41.363
  • philosophical schools   45.285ff; 47.161ff; 50.243ff; 51.296ff
  • Philostratus Her. 28.8   53.445f
    • Imag. 2.18   49.81ff
    • Imag. 2.23   40.155f
    • VA   42.185ff
    • VS 1.25   43.40ff
    • and Homer   49.84f
    • and Theocritus   49.85ff
  • Phlegon of Tralles   38.401
  • Phleius   48.269
  • Phoenice, constellation   44.231ff
  • phoenix   43.11, 393
  • Phonos, demon   40.103
  • Photius   42.386; 53.166ff
    • Bibl.   39.150f, 271ff; 45.382ff
    • Bibl. cod. 37   46.301f
    • Ep. 209   53.177ff
    • Lex.   46.400
    • on Demosthenes   40.199
    • on Iconoclasm   47.245ff
    • and Libanius   40.191ff
    • on medicine   53.749f
    • and Xenophon   53.818ff
  • Photius the Logothete   40.375
  • phrourarchs   47.402ff
  • Phrygia/Phrygians   41.370f; 45.223ff; 48.5ff
  • Phrygian myth   39.297ff; 42.255ff
  • Phryne, hetaira   53.90ff
  • Phrynichus fr.9   41.118ff
    • fr.19   42.149
  • Phthonos   53.361
  • phylacteries   46.73ff; 49.243ff; 53.329
  • Phylarchus   37.48f
    • fr.43   51.423f
  • Physcus   37.363ff
  • physiognomics   48.207ff; 49.301ff, 549f
  • Physiologus   40.278
  • physis/nomos   38.129ff
  • Pieria   53.441ff
  • Pierson, J.   49.204ff
  • piety   39.410
  • Acts of Pilate   50.592ff
  • pigs   40.243ff
  • pilgrimage   40.373, 383ff; 48.320ff
  • Pindar   46.138ff; 52.57ff, 338ff
    • Hymn to Cybele   37.129ff
    • Nem. 5   44.250
    • Nem. 6   52.62ff
    • Nem. 8   52.68ff
    • Ol. 2.51   41.111f
    • Ol. 5.16   41.112f
    • Ol. 9   52.75ff
    • Pa. 1.5ff   50.485f
    • Pyth. 8.73   41.113f
    • Pyth. 12   52.83ff
    • fr.33   50.68ff
    • fr.105   49.385ff
    • fr.122   51.49ff
    • and Thucydides   49.363ff
  • Pingree, D. E.   47.515ff
  • pirates   41.263, 394f
  • Pisidia   41.354, 363; 45.267f
  • pity   39.438; 54.69ff
  • piyyut   41.277ff
  • planets   41.59ff
  • Planudes, Maximus   43.77ff, 404f; 47.292; 50.206ff; 53.380
  • Plataea   48.269f; 50.337ff; 51.26f
  • Plato Alc. I 110   54.28
    • Ap. 21ff   53.509
    • Charm.   53.486ff
    • Criti./Ti.   48.381ff
    • Euthyd.   37.181f
    • Grg.   37.178f
    • Grg. 515   49.20
    • Hipparch. 228   44.355
    • Leg.   44.249f
    • Leg. 694   45.333f
    • Leg. 943   39.385f, 399
    • Lys.   51.61ff
    • Phd. 80   42.91
    • Phdr. 229   43.219, 224
    • Phdr. 276-278   44.165, 353; 50.262ff
    • Resp.   45.349; 53.501ff
    • Resp. 547   42.97ff
    • Resp. 571ff   39.221, 227
    • Symp.   37.209ff; 42.90f, 151; 45.331ff; 50.249ff
    • Tht. 143   44.355
    • Tht. 176   52.459f
    • Ti., nachleben   47.161ff
    • commentaries on   42.97ff; 47.187ff
    • on drunkenness   37.177f
    • on freedom   50.21ff
    • in Gellius   37.173ff
    • and genre   54.22ff
    • and Xenophon   45.331ff
  • Platonism   50.243ff; 52.440ff; 54.31f, 136ff
  • Plautus Asin. 10ff   40.317f
    • Pseud. 678ff   41.109ff
    • Trin. 18f   40.318
    • and Menander   38.72
  • plebescite   39.335ff
  • plebs media   48.437ff; 50.273ff
  • Pletho, Gemistus   47.491; 51.483ff; 52.760ff
  • Pliny HN 5.94   41.351f, 356
    • 5.95   41.363f
    • 7.16   49.550f
    • 8.76   40.341
    • 11.127   40.349
    • 18.41ff   49.544f
    • 26.93   49.239
    • 29.81   44.209f
    • 35.96f   44.369f
    • in the Renaissance   47.487, 491f
  • Plotinus   44.251f
    • Enn. 4.3   53.145ff
  • plunder   42.225ff
  • Plutarch   42.329ff; 48.159ff; 52.361ff
    • Ages.-Pomp.   54.45ff
    • Ages. 3   51.97ff
    • Ages. 12   46.188ff
    • Alc. 34   44.128ff
    • Alex.   44.253, 361ff
    • Alex. 74.1   39.422f, 428
    • Arist. 1   42.339f
    • Caes. 58   50.565ff
    • Cim. 2   44.364f
    • Dem. 10.4, 46.2   39.23ff
    • Demetr. 11   49.73ff
    • Luc.   44.364f
    • Per. 9   49.5ff
    • Pomp. 42.10   51.455
    • Sol. 8   37.338
    • Them. 1   48.159ff
    • An.Procr.   47.165ff
    • An seni   48. 417ff
    • De fort. Rom.   40.303
    • De Homero   44.243f
    • De musica   51.26ff
    • Quaest.Plat.   50.243ff
    • Mor. 120   52.490f
    • Mor. 207   37.389ff
    • Mor. 249   38.270ff
    • Mor. 277   45.12ff
    • Mor. 292   45.12ff
    • Mor. 339   43.115
    • Mor. 362   45.227f
    • Mor. 415   45.229
    • Mor. 474   52.475
    • Mor. 750   49.68ff
    • Mor. 863   42.333
    • Mor. 922   52.477f
    • fr.157   45.229
    • fr.178   50.469f
    • on Caesar   43.13ff
    • and comedy   52.603ff
    • and Neoplatonism   52.469ff
    • quotations in   46.6f
    • in the Renaissance   46.400ff
    • on Solon   41.333f
    • and Stoicism   52.361ff
    • synkriseis   54.45ff
    • and Thucydides   52.374, 399ff
  • Plutarch of Athens   45.290
  • Pluto   38.400ff
  • Plynteria   44.111ff
  • Podocatharus, Ludovicus   47.481ff
  • PMG 654   50.41ff
    • 755f   49.372ff
  • Poimandres 31   53.579ff
  • poison   40.330
  • polemics, Christian   42.361ff
  • Polemon I   41.364ff
  • M. Antonius Polemon, sophist   43.40f; 46.210
  • Polemonium   41.368
  • poliorcetica   44.295f
  • polis   43.231ff; 50.516ff
  • Politian, Angelo   43.199f, 405
  • political theory   46.301ff; 48.15ff; 50.1ff, 499ff
  • politics, in epic   39.331ff; 50.133ff
  • pollution, ritual   51.365ff, 566ff
  • Pollux, lexicographer   47.75, 85, 214ff
    • 2.174   45.324
    • 4.108f   49.345ff
    • 7.199   49.22f
    • 8.123f, 141   53.90ff
  • Polo, Marco   40.260
  • Polyaenus   37.23ff; 53.841f
  • Polybius   40.317
    • 1.4   51.120ff
    • 5.79ff   50.88ff
    • 5.97.3f   51.604f
    • 10.20.2-3   41.260ff
    • 36.17   51.120ff
    • fr.83b   51.128f
    • on causality   51.111ff
    • speeches in   49.487ff
  • Polycrates of Samos   52.522f
  • polygamy   42.376, 381
  • Polymnestus, aulode   51.33f
  • Polyphemus   38.10ff; 49.323ff, 406; 52.688ff
  • Cn. Pompeius Magnus   41.359f; 47.377ff; 48.295ff, 447ff; 54.45ff
  • Pompeius, cos. 501   47.377ff; 48.456f
  • Sex. Pomponius, jurist   53.232f
  • Pontus   41.368f; 42.302
  • popular culture   41.99ff, 155; 52.540ff, 632ff, 715ff
  • population, Classical   48.259ff; 51.239ff
  • population dynamics   44.69ff
  • Porphyry   47.185ff
    • De antr.Nymph.   44.99; 49.433f
    • Chr. fr.94   39.189f
    • Homeric Questions   47.49
    • fr.408F   39.276
  • Porson, R.   47.106, 115
  • portents, in historians   39.407ff
  • portraiture   44.245ff, 361ff; 48.201ff
  • Poseidon, and Athens   48.385ff
  • Posidonius of Apamea   41.75; 44.238; 47.208
  • Posidippus, epigrammatist   43.243ff
  • possessio   49.139ff
  • A. Postumius Albinus   40.321
  • Potamios, Theodore   37.92
  • Potters’ Quarter   37.103ff
  • pottery, Classical   53.441ff, 525f
  • poverty, monastic   42.7ff
  • praeteritio   41.321
  • pragmatic linguistics   46.136ff; 52.240ff
  • Praxiergidae   44.111ff
  • prayers   46.171, 254f, 319ff
  • pregnancy   40.42ff, 73f
  • Presocratic philosophy   47.257ff; 48.9f, 133ff
  • priamel   47.258; 48.231ff; 49.282f
  • prices   39.158ff; 42.17, 128, 136, 243, 248ff
  • priests, Christian   39.169f, 311
    • pagan   39.23ff; 44.41ff; 50.357f
    • in fiction   41.405f
  • Priscian   48.449ff
  • Priscus fr.11.2   46.186ff
  • prizes   46.275ff
  • probability   47.266f
  • probouloi   39.354f
  • processions, religious   43.226
  • Procles of Carthage   50.119ff
  • proclisis   52.240ff
  • Proclus   47.190; 52.232ff, 483ff
    • Hymn to Helios   44.99f
    • In Prm. 658f   51.61ff
  • Procopius,   37.301ff; 45.405ff; 49.585ff
    • Aed. 1.4   40.359f
    • Aed. 1.6   40.385
    • Anec. 9.19   53.742ff
    • Anec. 12.29   45.414
    • Anec. 18.36   45.429
    • Anec. 18.38   49.610f
    • Anec. 23.1   49.592
    • Bell. 2.12.29   49.610f
    • Bell. 4.6.17ff   46.175ff
  • Procopius of Gaza   47.455ff; 48.449ff; 49.116f
  • Procris, heroine   41.202
  • procurators, imperial   52.198ff
  • prodigies   37.384ff
  • Prodromos, novelist   39.112, 182ff; 41.377ff
  • proemia   39.429ff; 46.5ff; 48.159ff, 231ff; 53.420ff
  • Proerosia   37.319ff
  • progymnasmata   43.129ff; 47.73, 366, 433f; 49.81f; 52.91ff, 393ff, 495ff; 53.851
  • Prolegom.Philos.   45.311
  • prologues
    • in Plato   51.61ff
    • in tragedy   42.313ff
  • Prometheus   47.15, 121ff; 48.133ff; 53.337ff
  • pronoia, Byzantine   46.207ff
  • propaganda   48.447ff; 50.586ff
  • property, and marriage   37.400
    • monastic   42.7ff
  • prophecies, Christian   42.175ff, 376ff
    • in historians   39.407ff
  • prophets, Christian   39.310ff
  • proprietas   39.171
  • props, theatrical   43.350f
  • proscriptions, Athenian   40.11f
  • proskynesis   46.200ff
  • prosody   53.411ff
  • prosopography   47.401ff
  • prostitutes   43.240ff; 46.16ff; 48.160ff; 51.49ff; 53.742ff
  • Protesilaus   44.33f
  • Proteus   39.302ff
  • Protevangelium of James   53.551ff
  • provinces, Roman   41.349ff
  • provincial leagues   43.36ff
  • proxeny   52.76ff
  • Psalms   46.310f, 319ff
  • Psammetichus   38.250ff
  • Psellus, Michael   39.181, 291; 44.412ff; 46.102, 110; 54.136ff
    • Poem. 55   40.281
  • pseudepigrapha   45.223ff
  • Psylla of Corcyra   41.57
  • Ptolemais-Lebedos   39.15ff
  • Ptolemies   42.117ff, 125ff; 43.243ff; 50.87ff
  • Ptolemy I   37.35ff; 39.420f; 47.431ff
  • Ptolemy II   47.137ff
  • Ptolemy IV   41.51ff
  • Ptolemy Ceraunus   47.137f
  • Ptolemy, scientist   41.59ff, 366ff
    • Tetrab.   52.589ff
    • Tetrab. 3.14   39.149ff
  • Pulcheria Augusta   40.361f; 43.68f; 45.171, 177
  • punishment   44.19ff
  • puns   45.35ff; 52.651ff; 53.234ff
  • Pusculo, Umbertino   52.721ff
  • Pylos   42.239
  • Pyrgion, historian   49.335ff
  • Pyrrhus of Epirus   37.55; 50.121ff
  • Pythagorean cosmology   41.71f
  • Pytheas of Massalia   38.381, 384
  • Pythian games   43.246ff; 51.34f
  • Python   39.123ff
Q [ top]
  • al-Qabisi, scientist   52.589f
  • queens, Egyptian   42.25ff
    • Hellenistic   47.135ff
  • P. Quinctilius Varus   37.394
  • Quinisextum Canon 92   41.382
  • Quintilian   51.452ff
    • 12.10.9   44.370
  • Qumran   45.63ff
  • quotations, ancient   42.43ff, 313ff; 44.5ff, 331ff; 46.5ff; 47.31f; 51.86ff; 52.603ff; 53.622ff; 54.20ff
R [ top]
  • ransom   45.138ff
  • rape   38.413ff; 41.170f, 377ff
  • Rarian plain   37.327f, 360
  • reading aloud   48.413f
  • real-estate markets   41.47ff
  • reception theory   44.231ff, 412; 47.161ff, 221f, 225ff, 361ff; 52.137ff, 469ff; 53.812ff; 54.69ff, 105ff
  • reciprocity   51.529ff, 630ff
  • recognition scenes   43.357ff
  • recollection, Platonic   50.262ff
  • Reiske, J. J.   49.203f
  • relics   40.353ff, 379ff; 43.161ff; 45.171ff; 50.588ff
  • religion   41.5ff, 167ff, 210ff; 42.7ff, 83ff, 117ff, 163ff, 201ff, 358f, 361ff; 44.111ff; 45.91ff, 261ff; 52.310ff
  • repentance, Christian   40.83ff
  • repetition, scribal   41.123ff
  • residence, expressions for   42.58ff
  • Revelatio Sancti Stephani   50.596f
  • revenge tragedy   46.249ff
  • revisions, ancient   45.331ff
  • Rhakendytes, Joseph   46.102ff
  • Rhea   50.399ff
  • Rhegium   51.94ff
  • rhetoric   40.5ff, 55ff, 171ff; 42.43ff, 327; 44.170ff, 353, 411ff; 46.127ff, 207ff; 47.56, 71ff; 48.95ff, 209ff; 49.487ff; 50.215ff; 54.69ff
    • in Athens   39.361ff; 41.311ff; 53.51ff; 53.461ff
    • in epic   39.346f; 49.159ff
    • in novels   39.346f; 49.159ff, 453ff
  • rhetorical theory   39.271ff; 43.80ff, 129ff; 46.63ff, 101ff; 49.568; 50.215ff; 51.435ff; 52.89ff, 493ff
  • Rhianus   39.39, 45
  • rhinoceroses   40.339ff
  • Rhodes, Hellenistic   49.504
  • Rhodopis, prostitute   43.240
  • Rhomaios, jurist   41.382
  • Ricoldo da Monte Croce   37.84
  • riddles   50.175ff
  • ritual   42.55ff, 303; 44.111ff; 45.91ff; 46.37ff; 50.163ff, 396ff; 53.551ff
  • rivers, personified   53.365ff
  • roads, in Attica   41.213
  • Robber Synod   42.204ff
  • romances, see novel
  • Romanus I   49.135; 54.131ff
  • Romanus IV   39.108
  • Romanus Mel.   43.173f, 195
  • Rome, and Hellenism   40.303ff
  • roof decorations   41.214ff
  • ruddle   53.520ff
  • Rufinus, epigrammatist   39.139

S [ top]

  • St Sabas   37.295
  • Sabirius Pollo   50.540
  • Sacadas, aulode   51.34ff
  • sacrifice   51.363ff
    • in drama   48.405ff
    • human   39.42ff, 185ff; 54.50ff
  • saints, Christian   40.353ff, 379ff; 44.245ff; 46.120ff; 48.319ff; 50.438ff
  • Salamis, and Athens   41.221; 53.461ff
  • Sallust Hist. 1.55   41.115
    • Hist. 5.14   41.350f
  • Salmasius, Claudius   52.286ff
  • salted meat   40.244f
  • Samos   39.351; 48.270
  • St Samson   40.367
  • Sangala, in India   37.42ff
  • Sangarius River   39.294ff
  • Sanskrit   47.517ff
  • Sappho fr.16   47.257ff
    • fr.201   46.333ff
    • in Byzantium   46.89ff
    • and Damophyle   42.197
  • Saracens, in Constantinople   37.259ff
  • Saralaneozan, Sasanid   51.654ff
  • Sarapis   42.117ff; 45.227f
  • sarcophagi   49.560
  • sarissa   38.367f
  • Sarpedon   38.233f
  • Sasanids   41.283ff; 51.653ff
  • satyr plays   43.11f, 393f
  • Satyrus, historian   39.427
  • sausage   40.241ff
  • Savatra   41.374
  • savior-gods   39.23ff; 47.442f
  • Scaliger, J. C.   49.188ff
  • Scaliger, J. J.   47.476, 504; 49.188ff
  • scene divisions, in comedy   46.13ff
  • Scheintod   39.57f, 190ff, 434
  • scholae palatinae   37.263
  • scholarship, ancient   40.171ff; 42.43ff, 97ff, 201ff, 313ff; 44.163ff, 231ff; 46.231ff; 47.39ff, 179ff, 327ff; 49.53ff; 52.147ff
    • Byzantine   45.189ff; 46.243ff; 47.193ff; 50.639ff; 51.483ff; 52.285ff; 53.379ff; 54.136ff
    • Arab   49.128ff
    • Renaissance   43.175ff, 404ff; 46.395ff; 47.469ff; 53.240ff
    • modern   45.213ff; 47.101ff, 513ff; 48.343ff; 49.187ff; 51.232ff; 52.284ff
  • scholia   39.144ff; 42.151, 265, 313ff, 368, 386; 43.182ff; 44.231ff, 425; 47.39ff, 205, 290ff, 354ff
    • Ael. Aristid.   43.151f; 49.348ff
    • Anth.Gr.   50.193ff
    • Apollonius Rh.   50.393f, 407f
    • Aristophanes   47.52f; 49.63ff; 50.490f
    • Aristotle   54.136ff
    • Diophantus   53.379ff
    • Euripides Phoen. 1   50.550
    • Hesiod   44.186f; 47.10f, 24
    • Homer   43.186, 309, 328; 44.163ff; 46.231ff; 49.167f, 323ff, 413ff; 50.317ff; 52.160ff
    • Laonikos Hist.   52.260ff
    • Lucian Icaromen. 24   43.32ff
    • Lycophron 1232   53.11ff
    • Nicephorus Chron.   54.114
    • Pausanias   54.111ff
    • Plato Phdr. 229   43.224
    • Pollux   53.107f
    • Soph. Aj. 354   47.63
    • Soph. Phil. 201   47.41
    • Theocritus   52.284ff
    • tragedy   43.345
  • science, ancient   44.231ff; 45.245ff, 359ff; 47.469ff, 515ff; 48.133ff
  • Scipio Aemilianus   40.317
  • Scipio Africanus   41.260ff
  • Scipione Forteguerri   43.405f
  • Scirophoria   37.369f; 44.121f
  • scolia   51.49ff
  • Scopelian, sophist   42.196
  • scopophilia   48.71ff
  • Scordylis, Zachary   46.66ff
  • scribes   41.123ff; 47.350ff; 48.287ff; 49.281ff; 51.461ff
  • sculpture   48.201ff, 452ff
  • Scythian exercise   41.252f
  • Scythians   42.43ff; 49.299ff
  • Seasons   53.356f
  • De sectis   42.88f
  • Secundinus, cos. 511   47.380
  • seisachtheia   40.109ff
  • Seleucus I   43.379ff
  • Seleucus of Babylon   41.63
  • self-control   47.307ff
  • Selymbria, grain law   42. 243
  • Selinus   38.404f
  • semantics   46.127ff
  • Semiramis   42.189f
  • Semnai Theai   51.365f
  • Seneca   50.96ff; 51.296ff; 52.388ff
    • Clem. 1.9   51.133ff
    • Hercules   40.153ff; 41.117f
    • De superstitione   41.117f
  • Septerion   39.125
  • Septuagint   43.5ff, 391ff; 53.551ff
    • Exodus   48.393ff
    • 2 Kings 13:20f   43.169ff
    • Isaiah 6:3   53.579ff
    • Ps. 18:5ff   44.100f
    • 3 Macc. 1.4   50.87ff
  • Seraphim   53.587f
  • sermons, Christian   40.55ff
  • Serrae Macedoniae   49.515ff
  • P. Servilius Isauricus   41.353, 356
  • Seth-Typhon   40.161ff; 41.25
  • Severus of Alexandria   46.63ff
  • Q. Sextius, philosopher   52.389
  • Sextus Empiricus, sources of   51.449ff
  • sexuality   39.63ff, 225ff; 45.318f
  • shame   48.71ff, 181ff
  • shield of Achilles   44.235ff
  • shields, Roman   44.279, 298
  • ships   42.297f; 53.520ff
  • shipworm   53.533ff
  • shipwrecks   53.529ff
  • shorthand   42.72f, 97ff, 187; 43.138
  • sibyls   45.256
  • Sicily, and Augustus   37.386ff
    • Byzantine   46.73ff
    • tyrants of   49.363ff
  • Sicyon   48.270f
  • siege warfare   39.99ff
  • Silanion, sculptor   50.60f
  • silence, in tragedy   43.341ff
  • similes   50.133ff
  • Simon Magus   42.297
  • Simon of Constantinople   43.95
  • Simonides   50.377ff; 51.26ff
  • Simplicius   45.285ff
    • In Ench. 32.186ff   45.300f
  • Siricius, rhetorician   43.133f
  • Sisyphus, and Odysseus   38.130ff
  • Sixtus IV, pope   47.473ff
  • skene   48.6
  • Skepticism   50.143ff, 394; 51.300
  • Skylitzes   39.107f
  • slavery   40.23ff, 136; 41.10f, 143ff, 384f; 42.191; 48.192ff, 343ff; 50.2
    • as metaphor   53.31ff
  • Slavs, in Greece   54.105ff
  • Smyrna, Roman   43.40ff
  • sleep, and death   48.33ff
  • Smyth, H. Weir   45.214
  • social capital   50.133ff, 273ff
  • Socles of Corinth   52.559ff
  • Socrates   37.209ff; 50.243ff; 51.312ff; 53.486ff
    • and Euripides   50.559f
    • and Rome   40.321
    • and Socratics   45.331ff; 54.18ff
  • Socrates HE   41.178
    • HE 4.23   53.120ff
    • HE 6.23   40.358f
  • Sol   38.187ff
  • Solomon, Seal of   46.78f
  • Solon   40.109ff; 41.331ff
  • Solymi   45.261ff
  • Song of Solomon   39.200ff
  • songs, Byzantine   46.325ff; 51.180ff
    • Near Eastern   45.132ff
  • Sopater of Paphos   37.243
  • Sopater, rhetorician   43.136ff; 44.171f
  • Sophaenetus, historian   53.650f
  • Haghia Sophia   52.714ff
  • sophists   41.102ff; 44.26f
  • Sophocles Ant.   46.140f
    • Ant. 100-126   48.237ff
    • El.   43.368f
    • El. 773ff   44.223f
    • Laocoon   53.2ff
    • OT   43.352
    • OT 868   41.120
    • OT 961   48.36
    • OT 981f   39.221
    • Phil.   38.127ff
    • Trach.   43.353f
    • Tyro   40.314
    • editions of   47.101ff; 49.207ff; 51.232ff
    • and Euripides   50.544ff
  • Sophronius V. Mary the Egyptian    37.292
  • sophrosyne   53.486ff
  • sorcerers   40.85ff; 42.289ff
  • Sosibius, historian   51.44f
  • Soter   47.440ff
  • Soterichos Panteugenos   39.187f
  • Sortes Astrampsychi   46.47
  • soul   39.70ff; 44.177f, 199ff; 47.389ff; 52.460
  • source-criticism   39.39ff, 130, 249ff, 271ff, 295f, 407ff, 429ff; 40.28ff, 83ff; 42.329ff, 361f; 51.86ff, 133ff; 53.90ff, 579ff, 610ff, 791ff
  • Sozomen HE   43.51ff
    • HE 8.27   45.157ff
  • Sozomenus, grammarian   53.254ff
  • Spain, Visigothic   39.169ff
  • Sparta   39.39ff; 40.124ff, 249; 46.148; 49.353f; 52.559ff
    • army   51.401ff
    • king list   45.250ff
    • pirates   41.263
    • religion   51.26ff, 369f
  • spectacles   44.41ff; 46.200ff; 49.98f
  • speeches, in epic   49.159ff
    • in historians   46.175ff; 48.295ff; 49.363f, 487ff; 50.215ff; 51.133ff; 52.393ff; 53.461ff, 618ff
    • in novels   49.453ff
  • spelling   38.123f
  • spells   40.87ff, 102f, 159ff; 46.159ff
  • sphinx   42.32ff
  • Sphrantzes, historian   52.133f
  • spondees   49.359f
  • stagecraft   43.341ff; 44.331ff; 47.58; 48.5ff, 395ff; 51.552ff
  • stasis, in cities   48.441ff
  • stasis, in rhetoric   40.185f, 194; 44.433; 49.453ff
  • statues   38.120ff; 42.269; 43.350; 44.111ff, 245ff, 364f; 46.193; 47.361ff, 431ff; 48.201ff, 452f; 50.60ff, 298ff; 54.69ff
  • status, personal   48.181ff, 343ff, 417ff; 51.401ff, 503ff
  • Staurion   40.358f, 361f
  • Stephanus Byz.   41.176; 42.53f
  • Stephen of Novgorod   40.373, 389
  • Stesichorus Geryoneis   51.350ff
  • Stesimbrotus, Plutarch on   42.336f
  • stichometry   50.345ff
  • Stoicism   39.72f; 40.207ff; 44.163ff, 370f; 47.413ff; 51.111ff, 296ff; 52.361ff
    • on Athena   49.432f
    • and Christianity   52.440ff
  • SVF I 246   44.370f
    • I 449   51.115ff
    • III 52   51.116ff
  • Strabo 1.1.6   44.238, 242; 45.359ff
    • on Anatolia   41.351ff; 45.263ff
  • stratagems   37.23ff
  • strategion, in Constantinople   48.461f
  • strategoi, Athenian   38.125f; 54.8ff
    • Hellenistic   51.587, 592
  • Strato of Lampsacus   47.168f
  • Strato of Sardes   53.687ff
  • Stratocles of Athens   49.53ff; 52.609f
  • Strouthias   38.51
  • Strygowski, J.   39.320f
  • succession, in Byzantium   46.308f
  • succession myths   51.180ff, 202ff
  • Suda   43.131ff; 45.382ff; 53.791ff, 844ff
    • K 356   45.196ff
    • L 265   45.203f
  • Sudines, astrologer   41.66
  • Suetonius Iul. 2   43.14
  • Summar.Alexandr.   45.312
  • sun, in magic   46.171
  • supplication   54.69ff
  • survey, archaeological   44.69ff
  • swan song   52.540ff
  • sycophancy   52.167ff
  • Syedra   45.279f
  • Sylloge Simonidea   50.387
  • Sylloge Tacticorum   39.103, 107; 44.304f
  • Symeon Stylites   37.286; 40.85ff, 100f; 42.9f
  • symposium   52.21ff, 660
  • Synagoge Lex. Chres.   47.205f
  • synagogues   48.413ff; 50.605ff
  • Synaxarium Alexandrinum   42.15
  • syncretism   40.235ff; 45.226f; 50.497
  • synegoroi   52.174f
  • Synesius of Cyrene   41.177f
    • Ep. 58   44.176
  • synoecism   39.6ff; 51.395f
  • syntax   46.127ff
  • Syracuse, Byzantine   54.123ff
  • Syria   42.187ff
  • Syriac   39.169ff; 43.74f; 45.291ff
  • Syrian Goddess   42.189
  • Syrianus, rhetorician   43.139
    • Ad Hermog. Id. 325   47.292f
  • syriarchs   50.416f
  • syrinx   42.263f, 284
  • syssitia   49.335ff
T [ top]
  • Tabennesi, monastery   41.182f
  • tachygraphy   42.72f, 97ff, 187
  • Tacitus Ann. 2.9f   46.186, 192
    • Ann. 12.37   46.192
  • tactica   41.232ff; 44.265ff; 47.193ff; 53.839ff
  • Talthybius   41.141ff
  • Tanagra   48.271; 50.41ff
  • Tantalus   48.9f
  • Taprobane   45.370ff
  • Tarasius, patriarch   53.770ff
  • Tarcondimotus I   41.360ff
  • Tarentum   45.50ff
  • Tartarus   52.429
  • Tatian Ad Gr. 27   45.230f
  • Taurus, Platonist   37.173ff; 47.165ff
  • taxation   39.11; 42.125ff; 46.207ff; 50.625ff; 51.653ff; 54.70
  • taxeis, military   51.579ff
  • technical literature   44.265ff, 411ff; 46.159ff
  • Tegea   45.12ff; 48.271
  • Teithras   37.356f
  • Telemachus   39.338f; 49.413ff
  • Tellos of Athens   40.115ff
  • temples   43.31ff, 219ff, 231ff; 51.10ff
    • Jerusalem   53.551ff, 585
  • Tenos   37.394
  • Teos   39.9ff
  • Terence   41.398ff; 46.13ff
    • Andria   38.173ff
    • Hec.   40.44f
  • Termessus   45.265ff
  • Testament of Solomon   40.99f, 103
  • testudo   41.239, 259; 44.265ff
  • tetralogies, tragic   43.5ff, 391ff
  • Tetrarchs, religion of   38.187ff
  • tetrarchy of Lycaonia   41.358ff
  • textiles   39.313; 53.563ff; 54.117f
  • textual criticism   41.99ff, 123ff, 281; 42.313ff; 44.231ff, 331ff; 46.87ff, 101ff, 231ff; 47.58f, 63f, 101ff; 48.287ff; 49.187ff, 477ff; 50.29ff, 337ff, 490ff, 639f; 51.86ff, 167ff, 232ff; 51.350ff; 53.240ff, 326ff, 579f, 708fff
  • Thales   44.231ff
  • Theagenes of Megara   40.124
  • Theater of Dionysus, in Athens   49.223ff; 50.159ff
  • Thebaid   41.182f
  • Thebes   37.38f, 141ff; 38.360f; 41.208f, 219; 42.350ff; 48.237ff, 271f; 50.41ff
  • Themis   39.123ff; 48.146, 153
  • Themistius Or. 3.42f   48.458ff
    • Or. 6   52.466ff
    • Or. 23   45.198
  • Themistocles of Hagnous   37.397
  • Themistocles of Phrearrhioi   52.581; 53.461ff
  • Theocritus 1   42.263ff
    • 10   49.391ff
    • 15   42.271f
    • 22.45ff   37.243ff
    • nachleben   52.684ff
  • St Theoctiste, Life of   49.257ff
  • Theodora I   45.406ff; 53.742ff
  • Theodora Palaeologina   40.388
  • St Theodore   48.336f; 50.448ff
  • Sts Theodore and Theophanes, vita   46.120ff
  • Theodore Abu Qurrah   42.361ff; 53.678ff
  • Theodore Gaza   46.395ff; 47.469ff; 53.250ff
  • Theodore Lector fr.52a   47.233
  • Theodore of Mopsuestia   39.203
  • Theodore Prodromos   46.87ff; 53.219ff
  • Theodore of Stoudios   37.79ff; 53.763ff
    • Ep. 8   40.281
  • Theodore Syncel. Or.   45.183ff
  • Theodosian Walls   40.381ff
  • Theodosius the Coenobiarch   37.286
  • Theodosius the Deacon   39.106
  • Theognidea   46.137f
  • Theognis 237ff   44.17f
    • 432   50.259
  • theogonies   48.231ff; 51.180ff
  • Theoi Adelphoi   43.243ff
  • theology   42.83ff, 201ff; 43.79ff, 161ff, 192ff; 45.318f; 52.440ff; 53.117ff, 145ff, 763ff
  • Theol.Graec. 17   45.230
  • Theon, rhetorician   43.129ff; 51.438ff; 52.401ff
  • Theon, scholar   52.155ff
  • Theophanes of Mytilene   48.464f
  • Theopaschism   39.172; 42.92f
  • Theophanes Conf., on Eusebius   47.240
    • and George Pisid.   41.227f, 237
  • Theophrastus   38.55ff
    • Char.   42.326f; 52.636
    • and Duris   51.91ff
    • in the Renaissance   47.471ff, 490
  • Theophylact Sim. Hist. 8.5   45.179f
  • Theopompus of Chios   38.355; 39.426; 42.338f; 46.188
    • fr.259   54.22
  • theoroi   52.69ff
  • Theotokos   45.171ff
  • Thera   41.58f
  • Theramenes   41.331ff
  • Therapeutae, in Philo   50.95ff
  • Thersites   45.138, 145
  • Theseus   39.135; 51.395ff; 52.510ff
  • Thesmophoria   38.19ff; 48.115ff
  • Thespiae   41.47ff; 48.272f
  • Thessalonica   46.210f; 50.451ff; 52.198ff, 734
  • Thessaly   41.197ff; 52.81ff
  • Thetis, in Euripides   46.153f
  • The Thirty (Athens)   40.5ff; 41.323, 344f; 45.19ff; 47.31ff; 53.486ff
  • Thomas of Jerusalem   42.368
  • Thomas Magister   46.207ff; 47.50
  • Thomas the Slav   39.104f
  • Thoricus   37.347ff, 378
  • Thracians   48.160f
  • threnody   51.26ff; 52.540ff, 715ff
  • Thriae   38.267
  • Thriasian plain  40.114ff
  • Thucydides
    • 1.12   41.204f
    • 1.19   45.5ff
    • 1.23.6   40.130
    • 1.126   40.124ff
    • 2.21   42.231
    • 2.37   48.15ff
    • 3.37ff   45.404f
    • 4.8.9   51.353f
    • 5.70   49.353f
    • 6.16   49.363ff
    • and fiction   39.429ff; 45.75ff
    • and Pindar   49.363ff
    • nachleben   45.75ff; 52.393ff
    • style   46.142f
  • Thucydides Melesiou   41.331f, 340; 50.490ff
  • thunderbolt   47.415ff, 431ff
  • Thutmose III   42.32, 36
  • Thyiades   38.263ff
  • Tiberias   41.299
  • Tiberius De fig.   39.276
  • tiles   37.55ff; 41.214ff
  • Timaeus of Tauromenium   40.313; 42.337
    • fr.125   45.249
  • time-reckoning   44.119f; 45.245ff
  • Timocleia of Thebes   42.350f
  • Timocles, playwright   38.47f
  • Timon, in Aristophanes   42.143ff
  • Timosthenes On Harbors   42.50
  • Timotheus of Athens   39.297
  • Timothy of Gaza   40.276, 279f
  • Timurids   52.125ff
  • tin, in magic   46.169
  • Titans   44.183ff
  • titles, of plays   43.7f, 394f
  • Tiye   42.33
  • toads   46.167f
  • tombs   39.56f, 308, 409f
  • topography, urban   48.57ff
  • topoi   41.228, 231f; 44.412f, 433; 46.187f; 53.51ff
  • towers, defensive   42.241
  • trade   43.237ff, 256; 43.236ff; 48.436ff
  • tragedy   43.341ff; 49.187ff
    • Hellenistic   43.5ff, 391ff; 48.393ff
  • TrGF adesp. F *8 l   42.313ff
  • training, military   41.223ff
  • translations   43.77ff; 45.296f; 47.469ff
  • transliterations   51.461ff
  • transportation   42.242ff
  • transubstantiation   42.376
  • transvestism   41.184
  • travel, in fiction   41.379
  • travellers, in Anatolia   48.319ff
  • treasurers, Athenian   38.114ff
  • treaties   37.306f; 45.12ff
  • trebuchet   39.99ff
  • Trebizond   52.259ff
  • trials, in Athens   52.167ff; 53.90ff
    • in Egypt   48.181ff
    • in novels   49.453ff
  • tribute lists   39.8f
  • tributum   37.162ff
  • trichoria, at Sparta   51.46f
  • Triclinius, Demetrius   41.129f, 136; 47.48
  • trientabulum   37.157f, 170
  • trierarchs, Athenian   39.386ff; 46.350ff; 53.547
  • triglyphs   48.6
  • Trinity   42.83ff
  • Triptolemus   37.320ff; 51.388f
  • triremes   42.237; 53.520ff
  • Trisagion   53.579ff
  • triumphs   48.447ff
  • Troizen   48.273
  • Trojan War, in Byzantium   47.372ff
  • troparions   42.93
  • Troy/Trojans   45.150ff, 224ff, 249ff
  • tutors, royal   46.231ff
  • Tyche   47.431ff; 51.111ff
  • Typhon   39.301ff; 40.161f; 48.147; 51.192ff; 54.126
  • tyranny   39.221ff, 349ff; 41.338; 44.24ff; 49.363ff; 50.3f; 52.561ff
  • Tyre, Byzantine   41.300
  • Tyro, heroine   41.197f
  • Tyrtaeus   39.39; 49.358f
    • fr.10   46.336
  • Tzani, revolt of   37.304
  • Tzetzes, John   46.110; 49.445f; 52.156ff; 53.11ff
U [ top]
  • Ugaritic epic   50.155ff; 51.184f
  • Ulpian, rhetorician   43.134f
  • Umar, and Jerusalem   41.304
  • unicorn   40.327ff
  • unionist debates   43.79ff
  • Uranus   41.66; 51.191
  • urban planning   40.379ff
  • urban violence   37.55ff
  • urbanism   39.5ff,243ff; 51.589ff
  • Urbicius praepositus   47.221, 465
  • Urbicius tacticus   47.193ff
  • Usama ibn Munqidh   40.260, 262
  • utopias   43.329
V [ top]
  • Valckenaer, L. C.   49.194ff
  • M. Valerius Laevinus   37.158ff
  • Valerius Maximus   50.115f
  • Vandals   46.175ff
  • Vardanes I   42.192f
  • variation (poikilia)   37.17
  • M. Terentius Varro   40.243; 41.71
    • fr.3   45.255ff
  • vase-paintings   44.159ff, 334f; 49.324; 52.511ff
  • Vegetius Epit.   41.244ff
  • vengeance   43.313; 48.181ff; 52.167ff
  • Vergil   40.325; 46.8ff
    • Aen. 3.75f   50.77
    • in Byzantium   47.381f
  • vernaculars   44.267f; 53.396ff
  • verse petitions   42.83ff
  • Vespasian   41.365
  • Vettori, Pietro   52.296f
  • vexillationes palatinae    37.263
  • Vigilius, pope   42.210ff
  • Vigrinus, magician   42.293
  • villages, Byzantine   44.69ff
    • Roman   46.37ff
  • Villehardouin, Geoffrey de   40.353
  • Vindolanda tablets   53.282f
  • violence   37.55ff; 48.181ff; 50.145ff; 54.69ff
  • virginity   38.426ff; 40.53ff
  • virtues   40.217ff; 52.1ff
  • Visigoths   39.169ff
  • Vita of the Esteemed Donkey   40.267ff
  • vocatives   51.498ff
  • voluntaria conlatio   37.162ff
  • Vorsokr. 22 B 129   44.354
    • 86 B 6   44.354
  • voyeurism   48.71ff; 49.576f
  • Vossius, Isaac   52.284ff
  • vows   53.570ff
W [ top]
  • wages   54.1ff
  • Walz, C.   46.63, 101ff
  • warfare   39.99ff, 410f, 438f; 42.26ff, 225ff, 329f
  • washing, ritual   44.129ff
  • weapons   39.99ff, 257; 41.262ff; 44.265ff
  • weaving   44.138ff; 50.288ff
  • Weber, M.   39.335ff
  • the week   50.416
  • Wesseling, P.   49.192ff
  • Whatmough, J.   45.214f
  • wills   44.103f; 46.27f
  • wine   39.158ff, 297f
  • wisdom literature   41.99ff; 45.223ff
  • wise advisors   51.621ff
  • women   38.75ff; 39.137ff, 157ff; 40.233ff; 41.53ff; 42.350f, 354f; 45.141f; 50.41ff; 51.133ff; 52.204
    • Byzantine   40.361f, 384, 388; 41.182ff; 45.317ff; 50.444ff; 53.192ff, 742ff
    • in cult   37.319, 374ff; 38.19ff; 43.227f; 44.111ff; 48.120ff; 53.551ff
    • in drama   42.143ff; 46.147ff, 249ff
    • Egyptian   42.25ff
    • in fiction   39.39ff; 40.23ff; 41.377ff
    • in Judaism   53.551ff
    • and law   40.23ff
    • Macedonian   42.39f; 47.135ff
    • and magic   39.69; 41.15; 42.295ff, 302; 43.112; 53.294ff
    • and medicine   39.79
    • in myth   39.293ff, 409; 41.193ff
  • woodborers   53.540ff
  • wrestling   50.490ff
  • word order   46.127ff
X [ top]
  • Xanthippus of Athens   44.34ff
  • xenia   43.309ff; 50.133ff; 52.76ff
  • Xenophon Ages.   44.250f
    • Ages. 3.5   46.188ff
    • Anab.   53.645ff
    • Cyr.   39.54fff; 45.333, 428; 47.220; 50.225ff
    • Cyr. 2.3.17-20   41.240f
    • Hell.   39.408, 426
    • Hell. 2.2.23   45.19ff
    • Hell. 3.3.4ff   51.420ff
    • Hell. 4.1.35f   46.175ff
    • Hell. 6.3.7   45.29
    • Mag.eq.   42.248
    • Mem. 1.2.17ff   53.486ff
    • Mem. 1.6.14   44.352f
    • Mem. 2.1.8ff   53.34ff
    • Symp.   45.331ff; 53.32ff
    • in Byzantium   53.812ff
  • Xenophon of Ephesus   41.397
  • Xiphilinus   53.610ff
Y [ top]
  • Yannai, Jewish poet   41.280
  • Yosse b. Yosse, Jewish poet   41.279
Z [ top]
  • Zacharias Scholasticus   53.145ff
  • Zagreus   44.183ff
  • Zeno, Stoic   44.370f
  • Zenodotus, scholar   44.235ff
  • Zenon archive   42.117ff
  • Zephyrion   43.245ff
  • Zerubbabel, Book of   41.287, 294
  • zeugitai   40.117
  • Zeugma, Syria   42.191f
  • Zeus   42.258, 341; 47.124ff, 413ff; 51.180ff
    • Zeus Akraios   43.42
    • Zeus georgos   37.345f
    • Zeus Olympios   43.31ff
    • Zeus Polieus   51.365ff
  • Zeuxippus, baths of   47.361ff; 48.452ff
  • zodiac   41.59ff; 44.98f
  • Zoe Carbonopsina   45.176
  • Zonaras, jurist   41.382; 45.324f
  • zoology   40.253ff, 327ff; 47.469ff
  • Zosimus 4.22   37.260ff

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