Handbook of Classical Rhetoric in the Hellenistic Period : 330 B.C.-A.D. 400

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INDEX OF MODERN AUTHORS
Abbenes, S. R. 204
Abel, K. 237
Aberle, D. 469
Achelis, H. 439
Achtemeier, P.J. 166, 540
Adamietz, J. 101, 647
Adcock, F. E. 313
Adler, W. 308
Africa, T. W. 265
Ahl, F. 353
Aili, H. 322, 396
Alba, V. 330
Albrecht, M. von 393, 394
Aletti, J.-N. 554
Alexander, L. 517, 747, 808
Alexander, P. S. 81
Alexandre, M. 646, 696
Alfonsi, L. 643, 645
Alison, D. C. 519, 526
Allen, L. C. 777
Allen, P. 651
Allinson, F. G. 297
Allison, DC. 510
Alonso-Nunez, J. M. 270, 274, 330, 323–324
Altenburger, M. 646
Alter, R. 55
Altheim, F. 301
Ameringer, T. E. 126, 646
Amigues, S. 646
Anderson, G. 93, 295, 408, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452, 459, 462, 633, 718
Anderson, W. S. 357
Andre, J.-M. 239, 296
Andresen, G. 327
Angeli Bertinelli, M. G. 324
Anlauf, G. 647
Arcellaschi, A. 351
Armand de Mendieta, E. 646
Armayor, O. K. 283
Arnim, H. von 227
Asmis, E. 253, 254, 257, 356
Atherton, C. 202
Attridge, H. W. 589–590, 739, 743
Aubineau, M. 651
Aubrion, E. 327, 329
AucherJ. B. 435
Auerbach, E. 328
Auksi, P. 633, 635
Aulotte, R. 722
Aune, D. E. 231, 477, 508, 560, 569, 575, 626–627, 630, 720, 761
Austin, N.J. E. 331
Auxentios, H. 633
Avenarius, G. 294
Avenarius, W. 315
Avery, W. T. 313
Axer.J. 402
Baasland, E. 593, 595, 642
Babbitt, F. C. 224, 245
Babut, D. 226
Bachmann, M. 545
Bailey, C. 206
Bailey, J. L. 627
Balch, D. L. 543, 575, 757
Baldry, H. 266–67
Baldwin, B. 299, 303
Baldwin, C. S. 35, 454, 767
Barber, G. L. 270
Barnes, J. 197, 200
Barnes, T. D. 653
Barrett, C. K. 619
Barrow, R. H. 715
Bartelink, G. J. M. 641–642, 646, 650
Bartsch, S. 451, 459, 560
Barwick, K 450
Basevi, C. 558
Baslez, M.-F. 449
Bataille, A. 810
Batey, R. A. 430
Bauckham, R. 599, 602–603, 606, 611, 626, 629
Bauer, J. B. 307, 642, 646
Bauerfeind, O. 745
Baur, F. C. 538
Bayet.J. 320
Beale, W. H. 45
Beasley-Murray, G. R. 512, 626
BeaujeuJ. 262
Beavis, M. A. 510, 529
Bebel, H. 185

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