The Primacy of Vision in Virgil's Aeneid

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Index Locorum

ALEXANDER

De sensu
56.12 10

APOLLONIUS RHODIUS

Argonautica
3.876–888 206n.20
3.956–963 104
3.1008–1010 104
3.1017–1024 104–105
4.1309–1349 30
4.1452–1453 112

ARISTOTLE

Problems
959a24 11

AUGUSTUS

Res Gestae
19 64

CATO

Orig
1.21 133

CATULLUS
64.357–360 215n.61
66.93 122

CICERO

ad Herennium
1.5 144

De Oratore
2.87.357 204n.87
3.59.221 106

ENNIUS

Alexander
76–79 68–69

HOMER

Iliad
2.469–470 112
3.380–383 6
5.297–298 159
6.45–50 171
6.46–50 216n.95
6.297–298 124
6.311 118
6.486–487 211n.106
6.492 37
7.350–353 214n.50
10.377–381 216n.94
10.454–457 156
10.457 157
12.22–23 13, 188n.88
12.447–449 218n.135
18.182 46
20.273–274 159
20.463–472 216n.91
21.71–96 216n.92
21.120–124 215n.61
21.214–292 216n.93
21.403–405 218n.135
22.260 218n.120
22.261–272 162

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments ix
  • Text and Art Acknowledgments xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Chapter 1 - Prophaenomena Ad Vergilium 1
  • Chapter 2 - Ruse and Revelation Visions of the Divine and the Telos of Narrative 24
  • Chapter 3 - Vision Past and Future 60
  • Chapter 4 - Hic Amor Love, Vision, and Destiny 97
  • Chapter 5 - Vidi, Vici Vision's Victory and the Telos of Narrative 128
  • Chapter 6 - Conclusion Ante Ora Parentum 176
  • Notes 183
  • Bibliography 223
  • Subject Index 237
  • Index Locorum 247
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