Philodemus and Poetry: Poetic Theory and Practice in Lucretius, Philodemus, and Horace

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Index of Passages Discussed

Greek
Aeschylus, Persians 687: 66
Alciphron 2.2.1-3: 51n. 42
Aristophanes
Birds 1555: 66
Frogs 1059: 126
Thesmophoriazousac
148: 126
169: 145
Aristotle
De anima
403a1O-11: 121
429a11-12: 12-1
430a22-3: 121
On Coming into Being and Passing Away
315b6-15: 212
315bl4: 192
Metaphysics
985bl2-19: 212
104lb1l: 135
Poetics
1. 1447a8: 102n. 12
4.1448b27: 1914n. 19
6.145Oa21-2: 119
6.145Oa23-5: 119
6.145Oa29-33: 135, 120
6.145003-5: 67
6.145Ob16-18: 67
7.145Ob25: 113
7.1451a1: 120
8.145la33-4: 222
9.145lb27-8: 120
12.1452bl4: 102n. 12
14.1453b2: 119
14.1453b3: 128
14.1453b31: 119
14.1454a37: 119
16.1454b34-5: 120
17.1455a, 22-3: 129
17.1455a25: 129
18.1455b32: 102n. 12
18.1456a7-8: 129
19.1, 456b5-7: 119
19.1456b7-8: 120
24.146Ob2-4: 122
25.1460b: 119
26.1462a11-12: 119
26.1462a12-13 120
Politics 1338a27-30: 17
Rhetoric
1.2 1355b25: 116
3.1 1404al8: 129
3.7 1408a1O-11: 125
Aristoxenus, Elements of Rhythm 2.5: 141
Athenaeus, Deipnosophistae
360c: 49n. 34
5.187B: 40
9.399B = 14.656E: 48n. 26
12.513A-C: 17n. 10
13.588A: 18 and n. 19, 192 n. 12
Callimachus
Aitia
fr. 1.2: 47n. 23
fr. 1.25-8: 171n. 73
fr. 714 Pfeiffer: 54
Epigrams
8: 171
28: 171
Critias, Tragicorum Graecorum fragmenta 1 43 F 19: 11, 197
Danais F 3 Davies: 204
Demetrius the Laconian
On Epicurean Texts
col. xlviii 8-13 = fr. 70
Puglia: 17n. 12, 18
9-12: 62n. 24
On Poems 1-2: 30n. 81
Democritus (ed. Diels-Kranz)
fr. 68 B 18b: 228n. 41
68 B 21: 212
68 B 144: 213
68 B 154: 213
68 B 156: 213n. 7
Diogenes Laertius
7.59: 125
7.60: 108
7.179-81: 12
10.1: 37
10.2: 189
10.3: 191
10.13: 21, 184, 188, 192
n. 12, 193
10.24: 189
10.26: 39
10.117-121b: 5
10.117: 61
10.118: 184
10.119: 60n. 16
10.120: 19n. 22, 21 and n. 35
10.121: 20n. 28, 21, 193
10.121b: 3, 34, 36n. 1, 60
and n. 13
10.136: 36n. 1, 43n. 8
10.137: 17
10.138: 38 and n. 10
Diogenes of Oenoanda (ed. Smith)
fr. 12 col. ii 8-10: 178n. 2
fr. 205: 10
Dionysius of Halicarnassus
De compositione
3: 160
6: 160
14-16: 96
16: 160
23: 115n. 53, 164n. 60
24: 180
Isocrates 13.3-5: 93
Scholia on Dionysius Thrax's On the Art of Grammar (ed. Hilgard)
24-6: 113
108, 27: 178 and n. 1
168, 9: 144
449, 21-3: 101, 109 and n. 33-5
449, 23: 113
449, 26: 114

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