Hellenism and Empire: Language, Classicism, and Power in the Greek World, AD 50-250

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INDEX
Roman names are listed by nomen or cognomen
Abraham382
Achaeans/Achaean League172, 331, 348
Achaia (Roman province) 66, 144, 313, 348
origin 339
Philostratus' advice on Greek speaking governors 389
Achilles 85, 244
Achilles Tatius: Leucippe and Clitopbon101, 103
bandits 116-17
historical setting 111
homosexuality/pederasty 122-3, 126
male virginity 123
race 118
Acilius Glabrio, M'. 149, 156
Actium (battle) 356
Adana216
Aegeae77, 216, 219
Aelian ( Claudius Aelianus) 83 n., 399
Aelianus, Casperius391
Aemilius Paulus, L.156
Aeneas210, 351
Aeneid404
Aeolic (classical dialect) 60
Aeschines98, 99
Aeschines of Sphettus315
Aeschylus125
Aesop story 104
Aetolia/Aetolians 336, 348
Agatharchides 22 n.
Agathoboulus 171
Agesilaus85, 147, 153
Alalcomenae 343
Alans 246
Alcibiades147, 164, 214n.
Alcinous (philosopher) 123, 316 n.
Alciphron 123
Alexander, C. Julius170 n.
Alexander of Abonuteichos76, 324
Alexander of Aphrodisias205 n., 369 n., 373 n.
Alexander of Cotiaeum256, 263
Alexander of Damascus373
Alexander the Great9, 18, 25, 85, 93, 111, 214, 244, 252, 284, 326, 337, 341, 390
pseudo-histories/Romance of 65, 104
Trajan and 193, 194
Alexandria111, 112, 116, 211, 217, 248, 284, 355, 357, 363, 388
Greek and Macedonian identities 6, 252
Lagids 251
Museum 252 n.
Alexandria Troas 376
Amastris 327
Amores123-4, 215
Amphictyonic league 76, 184, 344
Plutarch156
Roman interference 346-7
Amyntianus, Julius268 n.
Anaximenes110
Ancyra 271
Andromachus (the Elder) 59, 371
Andromachus (the Younger) 59
Annia Fundania Faustina376
Antheia (novel) 101, 103
Anthemocritus341
anthropology 83
Antiatticist (classicizing lexicon) 53
Antigenes 360
Antigonus Doson86, 335
Antinous 349
Antioch (on the Orontes) 5, 6, 112, 122, 219, 310, 314, 355
Antiocheia ad Pisidiam 359
Antiochus, P. Anteius of Aegeae262 On My Fatherland77
Antiochus III of Syria149, 155, 172, 336

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - Greeks 15
  • 1 - Language and Identity 17
  • 2 - The Practice of Purism 43
  • 3 - Past and Present 65
  • 4 - The Greek Novel and Greek Identity 101
  • Part Two - Greeks and Rome 133
  • 5 - Plutarch 135
  • 6 - Dio of Prusa 187
  • 7 - Arrian and Appian 242
  • 8 - Aristides 254
  • 9 - Lucian 298
  • 10 - Pausanias 330
  • II - Galen 357
  • 12 - Philostratus 380
  • 13 - Cassius Dio 401
  • Conclusion 409
  • APPENDIX A The Dating of the Greek Novels 423
  • APPENDIX B Sosius Senecio's Alleged Eastern Origin 426
  • APPENDIX C The Dating of Dio of Prusa's Rhodian and Alexandrian Orations 428
  • APPENDIX D Galen's On Theriac to Piso 430
  • Bibliography 433
  • Index 475
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