The Second Sophistic: A Cultural Phenomenon in the Roman Empire

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Index
The following is intended as a select index of persons and topics. Nominal and adjectival forms are not distinguished.
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Academics 133
Achilles Tatius 45, 51, 186, 188, 238, 244 ;
and Eros 158 ;
Leucippe and Clitophon66, 154, 158 ;
probing of privacy 149 f.;
should a man marry? 161 f.;
as story-teller 159, 163, 170 ;
style 96 ;
use of Odyssey77
adoxa171, 199, 212
Aelian 122, 187, 188, 190, 204 ;
Historia Animalium207 ;
on painting 153 f.;
style 95 ;
Varia Historia146, 240 ;
verbal pictures 146 f.
Aelius Dionysius 91
Aeschines 17, 18, 51, 103
Aeschylus 59, 70
Alicibiades 14, 161
Alciphron 10, 184 ;
art of the miniature 190, 191 ;
use of symposium 72
Alexander the Great 2, 7, 17, 103, 113, 125, 126, 131, 148, 189, 193, 222 ;
symbolic figure 54 f.;
trivialised 182 f.
Alexandria 25
Ammianus Marcellinus 113
Amphicles 86
Anarchy 40 f.
Andocides 22
anecdote-books 180 ff.
animals 185, 207
Antioch 25, 30, 41
Antiochus of Aegeae 27, 92, 101, 106 .
Antipater of Hierapolis 32, 39, 106
Antiphanes, Lover of Thebes178
Antiphon 14
Antoninus Pius 6, 7, 30, 32, 37
Aphrodisias 4
Apollodorus 6
Apollonius of Athens 27, 32, 40
Apollonius of Naucratis 31, 35
Apollonius of Tyana 123, 151, 171, 188, 234 ff.;
court-room scene 144 f.;
view of Rome 124
Appian 104
Apsines of Gadara 40
Apuleius 10, 53, 55, 203, 244 ;
Apologia223, 239 ;
Florida123,173 ;
Metamorphoses156, 158 ;
and philosophy 144 f.;
piety 201
archaism 266
Archilochus 70
Arian controversy 210
Aristides, Aelius 23, 25, 27, 30, 32, 36, 67, 161, 203 ;
on Attic dialect 87 ;
as Attic purist 89 ;
and civic affairs 28 ;
dream 38, 103 ;
Hieroi Logoi69 ;
and philosophy 140 f.;

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