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Gillian Clark and Tessa Rajak

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(p.327) INDEX OF ANCIENT NAMES

(p.327) INDEX OF ANCIENT NAMES

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(p.327) INDEX OF ANCIENT NAMES

Acilius Glabrio 215
Acutius Nerva, Q. 218
Aedesius of Cappadocia 278, 279
Aedesius, philosophos 293, 298, 306
Aelianus Pericles Arrius, Magnus 295
Aelius Aristides 158, 159
Aemilius Papinianus 73, 74, 76, 82
Agricola, Cn. Julius 137–8
Agrippa, M. Vipsanius 190, 202, 217, 219 n. 27
Agrippina 132 n. 28, 137–8
Alcibiades 179–80
Alexander of Aphrodisias 304, 306
Alexander the Great 4, 31
Alexander of Lycopolis 297 n. 8, 298, 303 n. 19
Alexander Peloplaton 162, 165
Alexander Sever us, emperor 74, 76, 81, 82, 137–8, 268
Ambrose 266
Amelius of Apamea 274 n. 5, 280 n. 17
Ammonius Saccas 273, 280
Anaxagoras 231
Anonymous of Alexandria 295
AntiochusIV 247
Antiochus of Ascalon 54, 96
Antoninus Pius, emperor 138, 197 n. 20, 202 n. 37, 304 n. 21
Antonius, M. 177, 205 n. 46, 219 n.
Antonius Saturninus, L. 214, 216 n. 16
Appius Alexander 294, 298, 304
Apollonius of Tyana 163 n. 12, 238, 242, 243
Apuleius 162–4, 295, 296 n. 6, 304
Aquillius Gallus, C. 53, 60, 66
Aratus:
Phaenomena 234 n. 11
Archelaus of Macedon 240
Aristobulus 234 n. 11
Aristocles of Pergamum 161
Ariston 260
Aristotle 149, 295, 296 n. 6, 298, 300, 301, 305, 306
commented upon untheologically 280
definition 128, 139
deliberate obscurity 294
dichotomies 125
division of arete 139
innatevs developed capacities 46
on love 43, 47–8
morals not judged by worldly success 125
Plato in agreement with 280
rhetoric and philosophy 100
virtue independent of happiness 39
lost work Topica 59
lost work on protreptic 97
Arria, friend of Galen 146
Arria, wife of Caecina Paetus 147, 149, 154
Arria, wife of Thrasea Paetus 148
Arrian 137
Arrius Menander 71, 73
Artemidorus:
Oneirocritica 162, 168
Asclepiodotus of Aphrodisias 2 83
Asclepiodotus the younger 282, 283, 286
Asinius Pollio 207 n. 50
Ateius Praetextatus, L. 182
Atilius Agricola, Q. Glitius 220
Athanasius of Alexandria 281
Athenagoras 146
Atticus, T. Pomponius:
Cicero's addressee 174, 175
in de Legibus 55, 56
(p.328)
and de Senectute 100
political life 178
Attius Suburanus Aemilianus, Sex. 221–3, 224
Augustine of Hippo 9, 122, 162, 251–69
influenced by the Hortensius 101
Commentary on the Psalms 251
de Civitate Dei 117, 258, 266, 268
Letter 91 261
Letter 104 261
Augustus Caesar 8, 170, 193–209, 217
legislation 113, 209
moral legislation 142 n. 36, 143 n. 38, 193 n. 2
and philosophy 297, 305
propaganda? 189 n. 21, 207, 208–9
res gestae divi Augusti 196, 198, 200, 203–4, 205, 206 n. 49, 208
see also Octavian
Aulus Gellius 83, 168, 205 n. 45, 267
Aurelia Oppia 294, 304
Aurelius Daphnus, M. 294
Axiothea of Mantinea 148, 152
Barea Soranus 147
Basil of Caesar ea 299
Bittius Proculus, Q. 218
Boethius 122
Brutus, Q. Caepio 147, 176, 177, 178
Caecilius Faustinus, A. 218
Caecilius Metellus, L.:
in Seneca 116–17
in Pliny 119
Caelius 251
Caerellia 146, 149
Caesius Scaeva 124
Calcidius 274 n. 3
Callias 294
Callistratus 71
Calpurnia, wife of Pliny the Younger 142
Calvenus Taurus 295
Caracalla, emperor 70, 73, 74, 75, 77, 81, 149
Carneades of Athens 160
Cassius 176
Casperius Aelianus 211, 212, 222
Catiline 6, 112, 127–31, 178, 179, 259
Cato Censorius, M. Porcius (the Elder) 154, 186 n. 14
Cato Uticensis, M. Porcius (the Younger) 56, 122, 135, 147, 154, 179
Catulus 173
Celsus 85, 115, 151, 230 n. 2
Cervidius Scaevola, Q. 72–3
Chrysanthius 278, 279 n. 15, 300
Chrysippus of Soli 84, 92, 103, 136 n. 12, 145, 305, 306
Cicero, M. Tullius 2, 39, 87, 113
on agreements 4, 27–9
applies divus to Caesar 189
on Catiline 126–30
encyclopaedic method of 100, 102, 106 n. 19, 107
on the law 5, 51–68
on local attachments 44, 47
novus homo 121, 179
orator 5, 6, 112, 126–32, 254–5, 263
patriotism 256–7
philosopher 6, 7–8, 99–107, 251, 260–2, 266–9
politician 8, 173–80, 251
Socratism 100
Academica 92, 96, 99, 101, 102
Brutus 100
First Catilinarian 127, 129
Second Catilinarian 127
de Divinations 92, 100, 102, 103
deFinibus 92, 100, 101, 102, 103, 146
de Imperio Cn. Pompeii 173, 174
de Inventione 58, 64
deLegibvs 54–58, 183–6, 190, 256, 262
(p.329)
de Natura Deorum 100, 174
influenced by tribunician laws 58
de Offciis 27–8, 36, 57, 59, 136, 266, 268
de Or atore 51, 52, 54, 60, 68, 100, 119, 120
de Provinciis Consularibus 175
de República 4, 5, 9, 29, 54, 57, 100, 103 n. 16, 251–69
Somnium Scipionis 256, 269
de Senectute 100
Hortensius 92, 97, 99, 101, 102, 103 n. 16
LausCatonis 100
Orator 100
Philippics 177, 186, 189, 201 n. 34
pro Caecina 53, 54, 60, 65–8
proCaelio 127, 129 n.
pro Cluentio 64
proMarcello 176
proRoscio 68
proSestio 58
pro Sulla 128
Topica 54, 59–63
Tusculans 6, 92, 97, 99–109, 122, 126
Cilnius Proculus, C. 218
Cincinnatus 260
Claudius, emperor 118, 119, 131, 202, 217
Claudius Aurelianus, Sex. 295
Claudius Caecus, Appius 114, 127, 129
Claudius Pulcher, Appius 128
ClaudiusSacerdos, Ti. 218
Claudius Tryphoninus 73
Clement of Alexandria 95, 167, 296, 298 n. 11
Clodia 129
Clodius Pulcher, P. 58, 130
Constantine, emperor 10, 278 n. 13, 297
Coponius Maximus, Ti. 295
Cornelia, mother of the Gracchi 139
Cornelia, wife of Pompey 140, 144
Cornelius Lupus, P. 295
Cornelius Nigrinus Curiatius Maternus, M. 212, 219 n. 24, 220, 222–4
Cornelius Palma, A. 218, 220
Cornelius Proculus, 76
Crassus, L. Licinius 53
Crates 34, 148
Cyril 281
Damascius 10, 271, 277, 281–91
passim
Commentary on the Parmenides 289
Life of Isidore 300
On the First Principles 289
Philosophical History 281, 287
Demetrius 240
Democritus 277
Demosthenes 84
Diadumenianus, M. Opelius 294
Dias of Ephesus 160
Dio of Prusa (Chrysostom) 160, 163, 164, 237, 300
Dio, Cassius 82, 188–9, 193–205, 208 n. 52, 208 n. 54
Diocletian, emperor 82
Diodorus Siculus 187 n. 17
Diogenes the Cynic 2, 4–5, 31–5, 38, 39, 40
Diogenes Laertius 33, 147, 149, 239–40, 242
Diogenes of Oenoanda 294
Dionysius of Halicarnassus 114, 125
Dionysi us of Miletus 168
Dionysius of Syracuse 33, 242
Dioscurus 263, 266
Domitian, emperor 136, 163 n. 12, 211–24 passim
Domitius Tullus, Cn. 217, 219
Domninus ofLaodicaea 286–7
Dorus 287
(p.330) Drusus, son of Tiberius 206
Drusus, son of Germanicus 206
Duris ofSamos 239
Eleazar, Jewish War 246
Eleazar, IV Maccabees 247–8
Ennius 104, 186, 262, 276 n. 9
Epicrates of Heracleia 295
Epictetus 32, 136, 237, 301 n. 16, 304
on fear of death 245–9 passim
irony 241
structure of his philosophy 95
critical of sophists 167
on tragedy 42
on women 47, 48, 145, 154
Epicurus 2, 6, 91, 106 n., 305
on women 139, 149
style 149
division of desires 260
Eudorus of Alexandria 93, 109
Eudoxus of Cnidos 160
Eunapius 277, 278, 300
Euphrates of Tyre 169
Euphrates, philosophical worldling 301 n. 16
Euphrosyne, philosophos 134, 294
Euripides 28, 140 n. 25
Eusebius of Caes area 274 n. 3, 275, 297
Eusebius, pupil of Aedesius 278, 279
Evagrius 299, 300, 301–2
Fabius Barbarus, Q. 218
Fabius Tuscus, L. 218
Fabricius 260
Fabricius Veiento 225
Favonius 269
Favorinus of Arelate 160–70 passim
Felix Minucius, M.:
Octavius 297
Festus 187
Flavius Phylax, T. 159
Fronto 48, 169
Gaius, emperor 138, 209 n. 55
Gaius, jurist:
Institutiones 84
Galen 146, 232, 245–6, 248, 304
despises sophists 159
behaves like sophists 159, 166
Germanicus 202, 203 n. 40, 206
Gordian III, emperor 77
Gregory of Nazianzus 296–7, 299, 302
In Praise of Heron 302
Gregory of Nyssa 299
Gregory the Thaumaturge 305 n. 24
Hadrian, emperor 149, 197 n. 20, 219, 225
legal role 71, 243
military tribunate 215
philhellenism 170
Hannibal 6, 28, 111, 129 n.
Hegias 283, 285 n. 26
Helvia, wife of Seneca the Elder 141, 146
Helvidius Priscus 136, 243, 249
Heraclitus 294
Hercules 215 n. 16
Herennius Modestinus 71, 75, 77
Herodes Atticus 161
Heron 302
Hilarius 284 n. 24
Hipparchia of Maronea 34, 148
Homer 149, 151 n. 56
Honorius, emperor 252, 254
Horatius Codes 125–6
Hortensius 173, 174
Hypatia 152, 153
Iamblichus 10, 273, 275–9, 280 n. 17, 281–6 passim, 288–9, 290, 291
Commentary on the Chaldaean Oracles 276 n. 8
Commentary on the Timaeus 288 n. 31
Pros tous amphiAmelion kai Noumenion 274 n. 5
(p.331)
Synagoge ton Pythagoreion Dogmaton 277
Pythagorean Life 277
IavolenusPriscus 51, 53
Isidore 183 n. 5, 271, 282–8 passim, 291
Isidore of Thmous 295
James, bishop of Jerusalem 299
Josephus, Flavius 9, 230–2 passim, 244, 245, 302 n. 18, 305–6
Antiquities 232, 245, 306
Jewish War 233, 244, 245, 246
Judas the Galilean 244
Julia Domna 147
Julia Mamaea, mother of Alexander Severus 137–8, 147
Julian, emperor 9, 273, 277–80 passim
anti-Cynicism 300 n. 15
philosopher 293, 295
Julian, epistolographer 277
Julian the Chaldaean 274 n. 4
Julian the Theurgist 274 n. 4, 279 n. 16
Hymn to King Helios 279 n. 16
Julius Amynias, Caius, ‘Isocrates’ 295
Julius Caesar, C. 147, 175, 176–7, 182, 183, 186, 188–91
Julius Cornutus, C. 218
Julius Frontinus, Sex. 217–24 passim
Julius Julianus 277 n. 12
Julius Nicetas 294, 303
Julius Paulus 71, 73–4, 75, 84
Julius Ursus, L. 217, 218, 219, 222, 223–5
Julius Ursus Servianus, L. 225
Junius Rusticus, Q. 169
Justin 297, 302, 306
Dialogue with Trypho 302
Justinian, emperor 10, 280
Digest 69, 70, 77, 80
Juvenal 167
attack on women philosophers 144, 145
Lactantius 82, 84, 268
Leon of Byzantium 160
Licinius, emperor 277
Licinius Rufinus, M. Cn. 71, 74, 80
Licinius Sura 2i7 n. 18, 224, 225 n. 42
Livia 146
Livy 112, 129, 139, 154
archaic language 184 n. 6
on extension imperium to Rome 199 n. 26, 201 n. 33
Longinus 280 n. 19
Lucan 122, 124, 125
Lucian 144, 145, 161, 302 n. 18
Demonax 162, 169–70
On Salaried Posts in Great Houses 242
Lucretius Barba, Sulpicius 218
Lucull us 173
Luke 230, 232–7 passim, 244
Lysistrata 140 n. 25
Macrina 153
Macrinus, M. Opilius Severus 294
Macrobius 269
Maecius Postumus, L. 217
Magni anus Xenon, philosophos 295
Magnilla, philosophos 148 n. 48, 293, 294, 298, 306
Magnus, philosophos 293, 294, 306
Mamercus Scaurus 207 n. 50
Manius Aquilius 119–20
Manlius Capitol inus 124
Mareellus, Ulpius 72, 76, 84
Marcia 146
Marcianus, Aelius 74, 84
Marcus Aurelius, emperor 4–5, 32, 138, 297
and attachment to externals 41, 42–6
and cosmopolitanism 36–7
imperium 202 n. 37
legal role 72, 76
on martyrs 246, 248
(p.332)
philosopher 157, 293
and sophists 169, 170
Marinus 282, 283, 287 n. 29
Vita Prodi 281, 284 n. 24, 285 n. 27
Martial 146, 154–5, 167
Maximus ofEphesus 278, 279
Maximus ofTyre 166, 169, 170
Medea 47, 48
Melito 297
Memmius Afer, Senecio 218
Menéeles of Cyme 295
Menius, philosophos 293, 294, 306
Mestrius Autobulus, A. 295
Methodius:
Symposium 298
Mithridates 173, 174
Moderatus of Gades 274 n. 2
Moses 230 n. 3, 246, 306
compared to Plato 230
Motoxaris, Publia Plancia Magniana, philosophos 295
Mucius Scaevola, P. 62
Mucius Scaevola, Q. 52, 53, 60–3, 123
Murena 53
Musonius Rums 38, 98–9, 138
supporter of women 139, 140, 144, 150
Nectarius 9, 251–69
Nemesius 274 n. 3
Nero, emperor 217
anti-philosophical 238, 243
imperium 202
moral deformity 131, 132
philhellenism 170
Nero, son of Germani cus 206
Nero Drusus, son of Livia 146
Nerva, emperor 9, 78, 211–26
Nestorius 280
Nicomachus of Gerasa 141, 146
Nicomachus Flavianus 253
Novatian 302 n. 18
NumaPompilius 84, 187 n. 16
Numenius 273–5, 280–17
Octavia 146
Octavian, 177, 188 n. 19, 189–90, 219 n. 27 see also Augustus
Opellius see Macrinus
Origen 151, 306
on Numenius 274 n. 3, 275
on sectarianism 233
Contra Celsum 230 n. 2, 233
Orpheus 277, 286
(Ostorius) Scapula, M. 218
Panaetius 57
Pamphile of Epidauros 133 n. 3
Paral ios 299–300
Parthenius 211
Paul 9, 229–30, 233, 235–44 passim, 248
prohibition on female preachers 153
anti-philosophical? 230, 296
socratic? 229–30
I Corinthians 230, 240, 241
Philippians 240, 248
Paulina, wife of Seneca 147
Pericles 179–80, 239
Petronius Secundus 211
Phaedo 135 n. 7
Philo of Alexandria 9, 230–1
on Therapeutae 232
On the Contemplative Life 232 n. 8
Philo of Larissa 6, 99–104, 108–9
Philodemus 189 n. 20, 241
Peri Parrhesias 243
History of the Academic and Stoic Philosophers 242
Philostratus 7, 158–60, 238
Life ofApollonius 238 n. 15
credibility 158
Philostratus the Egyptian 160
Photius 290 n. 34
Pindar 277
Piso 241, 242
(p.333) Plato 2, 160, 247 n. 20, 293, 304, 305, 306
on agreements 4, 13–30
and Diogenes 33
divine 282
founder of Academy 10, 288
pi ay with language 17
and Moses 230
and Pythagoras 274 n. 2
and power 33, 242
socratic dialogues 3, 96, 241
and women 139, 140, 148, 149
Apology 18 n. 7, 20, 96
Charmides 96
Cleitophon 96
Crito 4, 13–30
passim Epistles 242
Euthydemus 96
Laws 56, 185
Meno 23 n. 13
Republic 1, 3, 5, 98 n. 10, 179, 268
on women’ s education 139
on chastity 145
on agr eements 17, 26
on brotherly love 47
Sophist 97–8
Theaetetus 301
Pliny the Elder:
Natural History 111–12, 117–22, 124, 125
attitude to Nero and Claudius 131–2
attitude compared to Cicero 6, 132
Pliny the Younger 138, 142, 144
consul 218
on Minici a Mareella 138–9
on Nigriñus’ ambitions 212
on succession 206 n. 48
transition from Domitian's regime 225
Panegyricus 8, 211–15 passim, 219, 226
Plotina 146, 149
Plotinus 151, 273–6 passim, 280 n. 19, 297, 304, 306
Plutarch 98, 138, 295
women and philosophy 140–1, 144, 148
critical of sophists 167
Plutarch, diadoch 280, 281, 284 n. 24
Polemo 162
on Favorinus 161, 165, 272
Polyaenus, Ti. Avianus Bassus 295
Polybius 122, 135
Pompey 127, 173, 174–5, 176, 199 n. 26
Pompeius Ferox, Cn. 218
Pompeius Longinus 224
Pompeius Propinquus 224
Pomponius 76, 83
Pomponius Pius, C. 218
Pomponius Rufus, C 218
Porcia, daughter of Cato 147, 148
Porphyry 91, 151, 274–5, 300–1, 306 n. 25
Posidonius 95 n. 6, 136
Possidius 252, 253, 262
Potamo of Alexandria 295 n. 5
Priscus 278
Procilla, motherof Agricol a 137–8
Proelus 281–91 passim
InTimaeum 290 n. 36
Commentary on the Parmenides 282
Platonic Theology 288 n. 30
Protagoras 186
Psellos 288 n. 30, 289
Ptolemy Soter 240
Publicius Certus 225
Pythagoras 231, 273, 274 n. 2, 282, 286
Quintilian 84, 137
Quintilianus 138
Quirinius 244
Romulus 114, 189, 190
Roscius Aelianus, L. 218
Rufinus 260
(p.334) Rullus 58, 127
Sabinusjulianus 76
Sallust 128, 129, 178, 142, 259
Salustius 284–5
Salviusjulianus 71
Sarapio see Serapion
Scipio 256, 257
Scopelian 167
Secundinus ofTralies 295
Secundus the Silent Philosopher 243, 244 n. 18
Semonides 154
Sempronia 142
Seneca the Elder 114, 117, 128, 141
Seneca the Younger 36, 37, 46, 70, 87, 123, 260, 304
on the beauty of the virtuous soul 123
on Cicero's consul ate 175
on Cicero's de República 267–8
and Cynics 238
division of philosophy 95 n. 6, 305
on externals 44
on human community 32
philosopher in politics 69, 84
and politics 126, 137
on slavery 45
on struggle mthfortuna 123
and suicide 148
and women 139, 146, 148
Septimius Severus, emperor 70, 73, 74
Serapion 283, 300
Sergius Catilina, L. see Catiline
Sergius Silus, M. 6, 111–29, 131
Servilia, wife of BareaSoranus 147
Servius 125, 182, 183, 188
Severus, philosophos 301–2
Severus Alexander, emperor 81
Sextus Empiricus 91
Sextus:
Sentences 297
Siccius Dentatus, L. 124
Simplicius 286, 289, 290 n. 36
Socrates 4, 7, 13–20, 42
as a citizen 2, 235
as a model 9, 33, 237, 239, 240, 241
view of his mission 96
on trial 243
work 239, 240
Sopater 278 n. 13
Sosipatra 134, 153
Sosius Senecio, Q. 218, 219–21, 222, 224
So teros 159
Sozomen 152, 299
Statilius Taurus 217
Stilpo 240, 293
Stobaeus 91–3, 97, 98, 108
Suetonius 188 n. 18, 199–27, 202, 203, 208
Sulla 127
Sulpicius Rums, Servius 52, 53, 57, 60, 61
Symmachus 258, 264, 265
Syrianus 274 n. 5, 281, 282, 284 n., 286, 287
Tacitus 70, 87
on Agrícola 138
antiquarianism 84
on mixed constitution 268
on Nero 202
popularising of public life 64
on Tiberius 203, 205–6, 207
Dialogus 135
Taruttienus Paternus, P. 73, 82
Telesinus 238
Terence 253
Tertullian 167, 170, 296
Theagenes of Athens 283
Themiste 135 n. 7
Themistius 280
Theodore of Asine 278
Theodore the Atheist 148
Theodoretus ofCyrrhus 301
(p.335) Theodosius I, emperor 252
Theomnestus of Naucratis 160
Theophrastus 100, 293
Theramenes 179
Thrasea Paetus 136, 148, 243
Tiberius, emperor 8, 194, 197, 202, 203, 205–8
Timoerates 169
Titus, emperor 214, 222
Trajan, emperor 8–9, 206 n. 48, 211–26
Trebatius Testa, C. 52, 54, 59, 60, 61, 62–3
Tutilius Hostilianus, C. 138
Ulpian 5–6, 61–2, 69–76 passim, 79–87 passim
ad Edictum 70, 76
ad Legem Iuliam et Papiam 72
Disputationes 72, 75
Fideicommissa 79
Institutes 5, 69, 80, 84, 85–7
Varro 96, 190 n. 25
distinction deus vs divus 8, 182–3, 185
division of goods 260
Valerius Eugenes, Caius 295
Velleius Pater cuius 200 n. 31, 203, 204 n. 43, 208
de Lingua Latina 183
Venuleius Saturninus, Q. 84
Ver us L., emperor 72, 76
Vespasian, emperor 138, 214, 216, 224
Vestricius Spurinna, T. 217, 219
Vicirius Martialis, A. 218
Virgil:
Aeneid 123, 137, 182–3, 267
Vitellius, emperor 224
Vitellius, L. 217
Vitruvius 205Π.46
Volusius Maecianus, L. 72, 75, 76
Xenophon 96
Oeconomia 140
Zacharias:
LifeofSeverus 299–300
Zeno 36, 104
Zenodotus 281