Roman Eloquence: Rhetoric in Society and Literature

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General index
This selective index mainly contains the more common names and topics mentioned in the text, although there are a few references to the notes. It does not include the names of modern scholars and ancient works: full details of modern works referred to in the text and in the notes to chapters 1-14 may be found in the bibliography on pp. 246-60; an index of the main passages discussed from ancient works appears on pp. 267-8.
a
Academic school/philosophy 5 ;
style of 38
Accius, Lucius 166 -70, 179
Achilles 200 , 203 , 233
actio9 , 94 , 200 -2;
and acting 74 , 85 , 99 - 105
acting:
see actio
Aeneas, 156, 241
Aeschines of Miletus 33 , 42 , 45 , 87 , 104
Aeschylus 3 - 4
Afranius, Lucius 182 , 185
agriculture:
in rhetorical texts 8 , 71 - 88
Ajax, 168, 203
alliteration 59 , 191 , 193
Ambivius Turpio 182 , 185
amplificatio (amplification) 26 , 28 , 64 , 158
Anacreon 196 , 203
Antipater, Lucius Coelius:
see Coelius Antipater
Antiphon 42 -3
antithesis/antitheses 19 - 25 , 30 , 59
Antonius, Marcus (orator) 4 - 6 , 10 - 11 , 17 , 36 , 78 , 82 , 212 , 214 -16, 218 -25
Antony, Mark (statesman) 115 , 151 , 161 , 164
Aper, Marcus 8 , 50 , 59 - 66 , 80 ;
view of oratory 60 , 81 , 125
Aphrodite 3 , 76
Apollo 113 -14, 162 , 204 , 239
Apollonius Molon 14 - 15
Apollonius of Rhodes 34 , 132 -5
apostrophe 150 , 243
Arellius Fuscus 95 -7, 99 , 104
Ariadne 200 , 206
Aristophanes 4 - 5 , 35 , 111
Aristotle 4 - 5 , 13 , 15 - 16 , 39 , 176 , 216 , 229
Asia 8 , 46 , 79 , 84 -7
Asia Minor/East 15 , 105 -6;
and Attica 8 , 46 , 79 , 84 -8
Asianism (Asianic/Asianist/Asiatic style) 9 , 36 -7, 41 , 59 , 84 -7, 95 , 106 -7, 132 ;
see also Atticist-Asianist controversy
Atreus 160 , 171 -7
Attica 46 ;
and Asia 8 , 79 , 84 -8

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