Serium Senectutis

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Index nominum et rerum
This index covers introduction, text, translatioiV commentary and appendices. However, modern scholars are indexed only when they appear in the text of the introduction or appendices. Biblical passages cited in the text of the Serium senectutis are all accessible through the index auctorum and so are not indexed here. Other ancient and medieval authors and works are indexed here because mai^y °;*triemarecl the introduction and commentary but are not direct sources for the Serium senectutis and so do not appear in the index auctorum. Names are normally cited in the normalized forms used in the translation, although I have usually followed the Douay-Rheims Bible in rendering the names of Old Testament figures and so add the more farniliar name forms of the Revised Standard Version in parentheses. Rhetorical figures are indexed according to their Latin names. References to the Serium senectutis are to the Latin text; all references are to pages in this edition.
Aaron, 68-70
Abraham Ibn Dā;ū;d, 172, 242
Abyron (Abiram), 66-68, 146
Admelus, 19, 48, 52, 227, 228
Aenianus, 108, 234
Aesculapius, 20, 84, 96-98,192; as Epidaurian serpent, 22,176-78
Agave, 80
agnominatio, 250
Alan of Lille, De planctu Naturae, 26, 30, 33, 237, 238, 240, 241
Alcestis, 19, 48, 52, 227, 228
Alexander III (“;the Great”;), 104
Alexander Zabinaeus, 20, 80-84
Alfarabi, De ortu scientiarum, 24, 245
Algazel, Metaphysica, 24, 245, 246
alliteration. See paranomeon
Ambrosiaster, 23, 24, 202, 244, 245
Anaximenes, 166
Anselm of Canterbury, Proslogion, 23, 24, 246
antifeminism, 251
Antiochus VII Sidetes, 80
antonomasia, 62, 229
Apis, 22, 84,178, 243
Apius, 96
Apollo, 20,52, 76-78,84,90,96 106-12, 136 228 Also called Delius’; Herecmtius, Phebus Phicius. See also Delphi
Apotheosis, 21.138-40
Apuleius, Florida, 28
Aquinas, Thomas,25
Argiona, 48, 52, 228
Aristotelian proofs of God s omnipotence, 202—;6
Aristotle, 166, 202; “;new”; Anstotle or libri naturales 9,ll,23-25,27,30-31 252; “;old logic”; or logica vetus, 244; Metaphysics, 244-46; Posies244
Arsinoe (sister and wife of Ptolemy Ceraunus), 98-102
Artabanus, 94, 233
Asclepiades, 166
Asclepius, 22, 25, 242-43, 244
Atresia, 21,138-40’;238
Augustine of Hippo, 228; Contra rnendacium 229- De civitate Dei,25,242,-43, 2U;’;De me ndacio, 25, 229, 241; Enchiridion, 229; Enarrationes in psalmos, 229
Aulus Gellius. Noctes Atticae’; 227
Averroes, 25

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