Politics, Philosophy, and Empire in the Fourth Century: Select Orations of Themistius

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INDEX1

PEOPLE, PLACES AND SUBJECTS DISCUSSED IN CHAPTER
1 AND THE INTRODUCTIONS TO THE SPEECHES
Ablabius, Praetorian Prefect 18
Aelius Aristides, and Themistius 9,150,175–6
Aetius, theologian 48
Alamanni 116–7,137,205
Alans 205
Alaric, Gothic leader 261,264
Alatheus, leader of Greuthungi 199,201,206,234,253
Alavivus, leader of Tervingi 199, 201
Alcibiades 15
Alexander of Aphrodisias, philosopher 1,2
Alexander the Great 15,256
Alexandria, temple of Serapis 55
Ambrose, bp. of Milan 22,215
and Altar of Victory 34,35
Ammianus Marcellinus, historian 203
and Themistius 152,201
on Jovian 150–2
Ancyra 43,69,71,149
anniversaries, imperial 118–9
annona, ration allowances 10 5–7
Antioch 54,69,70,199–200,201
Antoninus Pius, emperor 15n.,175
Aphrodisias, philosophical school of 15–16
Apollonius of Tyana, philosopher 15n.
Aquileia 234,258
Arbogast, Roman general 207, 257
Arcadius, emperor:
and Themistius 19,27,209, 256–7,264
elevation unrecognised by Gratian 257
Arintheus, Roman general 147, 151
Aristotle, philosopher 1–2,142
see also Themistius, Hellenic culture of
Arius, philosopher 15n., 140
Armenia, Perso-Roman conflict over 200,202
Artemius, DuxAegypti 55
Ascholius, bp. of Thessalonica 211
Athanaric, Gothic ruler 212
in Constantinople 230,234–5
Athanasius, bp. of Alexandria 48
Athenians 209
Augustine, St 20
Ausonius, politician and poet 232–3
Batnae, religious temper of 55
Bauto, Roman general 207,257
Beria, Stalin's executioner 26
Brown, Peter 32
Butterfield, Sir Herbert 40n.

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