Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica: Abbreviated Voyages in Silver Latin Epic

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GENERAL INDEX
Accius63
Aeschylus59
Antimachus 59
'anxiety of influence' 38, 101-4
Apollodorus 193, 194
Apollonius Rhodius Argonawica:
Absyrtus16, 18, 30, 175, 254-5
Acastus113
Admetus43
Aeetes50, 57, 247
Aeson128
aetiology in 212-13
Alcimede134
Amazons204
Amycus78, 84, 85-6, 87, 89
Aphrodite178, 258
Athena47, 222
the Bosporus 199
Canthus41-2
catalogue of Argonauts39-43
closure of 2
Cyzicus172, 174
Earthborn. Men 54-5
Ermys18
Euphemus45
Glaucus119 n. 67, 191 n. 3
Giants203
the Hellespont 190
Hera30-1, 124, 166-8, 170, 222, 258
Heracles39, 111, 114, 118, 146, 148, 203, 205-6
Hylas39, 146, 150-1
Hypsipyle138-9, 145
Idas53
Idmon41
Jason29-30, 50-7, 105-27, 253-4
Medea30, 51-3, 55, 96, 99, 254-5
Mopsus42 n. 22, 178
Nauphus41
Oileus41
Peleus121, 122 n. 78 , 219-20
Pelias31 n. 95, 166-7
Phineuces25, 44, 178, 207
Polydeuces87, 89
Polyphemus42, 129 n. 100, 219
prolepsis in 29-31
Prometheus195-6
return voyage in 207-10
scholia on 58-9
the Symplegades 44-9
Thetis30
Tiphys45, 49
trickery in 253-5
Typhoeus84
voyage to Colchis in 207
Catullus18, 35, 64
Diodorus Siculus146 n. 159, 193, 194, 196 n. 27, 232-3
Dionysius Scytobrachion146 n. 159, 194
Domitian246, 268
Ennius63, 177 n. 279
Eplineindes58
Eumelus' Corinthiaca 58
Euripides' Medea 30-1, 59
Herodorus47 n. 34, 59, 60
Hesiod's Theogony 58, 60-1, 63
Homer's Iliad:
Achilles123, 154-6, 243
Andromache94
Aphrodite97-8, 258, 259
Astyanax95
closure of 1-2
Epeus and Euryalus87
Hector95

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preace vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • 1 - Incompleteness: Me Talia Uelle? 1
  • 2 - Belatedness: Silver Linings 35
  • 3 - Recuperations: Better, Stronger, Faster 105
  • 4 - Digressions: the Road Not Taken 190
  • 5 - Dissimulation: Unlearnèd in the World's False Subtleties 242
  • References 275
  • Index of Passages 289
  • General Index 298
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