Greek Myths and Christian Mystery

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INDEX
Abel, Félix-Marie, 242
Abelard, 117
Abt, A., 184, 189, 191, 233, 236, 244
Acts of Andrew, 54
Acts of Thomas, 126
Actus Vercellenses, 54ff.
Adam, 63 ft., 124, 248 ft., 257, 259-60, 263, 265
Address to the Hellenes, 94, 284, 337, 362, 364
Adonis, 17, 58, 149ff.
Aeaea, 192, 203
Aedesius, Sextilius Agesilam, 23, 44
Aegidius Romanm, 271
Aegina, 23
Aelian, 242, 243, 243, 296
Aeschylus, 21
Africa, 52, 135147
Agnus casms, 290, 293-7, 300, 302, 312, 314, 323-4
Ahura Mazda, 200, 202
Aion, 138f., 144, 150
Alanus of Lille, 253
Alchemy, 216ff., 246
Alcibiades, 355
Alciphron, 342
Alcman, 354
Alcuin, 252-3
Aldhelm, St, 384
Alexander of Alexandria, 170
Alexander the Great, 244
Alexander of Tralles, 188
Alexandria, 26, 41, 76, 99, 137ff., 142, 144, 150ff., 310, 338, 345, 355, 360, 365
Alföldi, A., 348
Allbery, C. R., 86
Allegorical Exegesis, 41, 59ff.
Ambrose, St, 73, 78, 80, 91, 92, 98, 103, 114, 155, 164, 165, 169, 171, 228, 254-5, 258, 260, 262, 306, 326, 341, 346, 349, 366-7, 373-4, 379-81, 382
Ambrose, Pseudo-, 374
Anarchis, 343
Anastasins Sinaita, 162, 173, 174ff.
Andrew of Crete, St, 52, 170
Angelomus of Luxeuil, 253, 264
Angus, 9
Amrich, G., 10, 23, 25, 39
Anselm of Laon, 271
Anthologia Palatina, 181, 182, 195, 345, 348 352-3, 357
Antichrist, 269ff.
Antiphilus, 341, 343
Antoninns Placentinns, 81
Aphrodite (cf. also Venm), 140, 229, 236
Apocalyptic Thinking, 47
Apollinaris of Loadicea, 309-10
Apollodorus, 295
Apollonius, 193
Aponius, 267
Apostolic Constitutions, 27
Apuleius, 22, 114, 189, 191, 236, 258
Apuleius Platonicns, Pseudo-, 186, 187, 238, 241, 267
Aquilas, 366
Arabia, Arabs, 22, 202, 232, 241 ft., 256
Aratus, 343, 343
Archelaus of Priene, 333
Archetypes, 14ff., 61, 88, 306
Argonauts, 342
Aristophanes, 292
Aristotle, 22, 294, 362
Arnobius, 192, 306
Artemidorus, 293, 347, 372
Artemis, 290, 296
Arveclson, T., 86
Ascent from myth to mystery, xviiiff. 281-2, 387
Ascham, Roger, 221-2
Ascherson, P., 224, 240
Assemani, J. S., 152
Athanasius, St, 58, 114
Athanasius, Pseudo-, 58, 84
Athenaeus, 193
Athene, 328, 386
Athens, 332, 338
Attis, 21, 23, 44, 70
Augustine, St, xxii, 24, 43, 44, 52, 60, 66, 76, 77, 78, 99, 100, 106, 114, 119, 150, 151, 163, 164, 161, 171, 172, 181, 192, 197, 198, 227-9, 248, 252, 254, 263, 310, 311, 335, 358, 378, 382
Augustinus, Pseudo-, 67, 78, 112, 128, 163, 375
Aurelius Romanm, 381
Avicenna, 232, 264
Bachofen, Johann Jakob, 6ff.
Baptism, xix, 24, 62, 69-88, 116ff.; mystery of eternal life, 74-8; in this life, 84ff.; Baptism and Cross, 78ff.
Baptistry, 77ff. Barbarians and Hellenes, xiiiff., xxi, 387
Barbelo-Gnostics, 5

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