Myth into Art: Poet and Painter in Classical Greece

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INDEX

a
Achaeans 11-45
Achilles 2 , 11-22 , 25 , 27-36 , 38-45 , 66 , 76 , 89 , 99-105 , 107 , 149-50 , 153 , 162-5
Adrastos 89-91
Aeetes 95 , 98 , 181
Aegean Sea 2 , 4 , 121
Aegeus 110-11 , 178
Aegina 99
Aegisthus 6 , 125-7 , 129-30 , 134-42
Aeneas 1 , 166
Aeschylus 4 , 10 , 160 ;
Agamemnon125-6 , 138 ;
Carians or Europa26-7 ;
Eumenides84 , 142-8 ;
Libation Bearers130-6 , 138-42 ;
Myrmidons19-21 ;
Oresteia45 , 71 , 84 , 87 , 125-7 , 129-31 , 134-48 ;
Pentheus172 ;
Persians26 , 124 ;
Prometheus88 ;
Seven Against Thebes89
Aetolia 155
Agamemnon 11-20 , 25 , 45 , 71 , 125-36 , 139 , 150-1 , 155 , 162 , 167
Agave 171-2 , 176 , 177
Aiaia 56
Aiakides 17
Aiakos 99
Aithiopis150
Aithra 109 , 165
Ajax 6 , 11 , 17-20 , 89 , 99 , 149-54
Akamas 24 , 166
Akastos 100
Akropolis (Athens) 70 , 109
Alcmena 105-7
Alexander the Great 7
Alexandros, see Paris
Alkaios 71
Alkimos 39
Alkinoos 46
Alkman 71
Alkmeon 91
Amphiaraos 89-93
Amphitrite 119-22
Amphitryon 105-7
Anakreon 71
Anchises 1 , 166
Andromache 162 , 163-5
Antilochos 32-3 , 35
Antinoös 61
Aphrodite 1 , 64 , 67 , 79 , 83 , 96 , 118
Apollo (Phoibos) 1 , 22-5 , 61 , 102 , 143-8 , 162
Apollonios of Rhodes:
Argonautika94-8
Archilochos 71
Areopagos (Athens) 144
Ares 1 , 39 , 67 , 83 , 87 , 110
Argeïphontes 56
Argives 33
Argo (ship) 2 , 94-7
Argonauts 94-8
Argos (city) 1 , 90-2 , 126 , 130 , 134 , 170
Argos (monster) 64-5
Ariadne 4
Aristogeiton 98 , 136
Aristophanes (dramatist):
Frogs19
Artemis 1 , 101 , 102 , 144 , 147 , 167-9
Askanios 166
Asklepios 100
Astyanax 162 , 163-5 , 179
Athena 1 , 11 , 21 , 28 , 33 , 38 , 46 , 48-9 , 54 , 64-70 , 72-5 , 77 , 86 , 97 , 100 , 105 , 107 , 119 , 147 , 149 , 154 , 165 , 170 , 181

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface xix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Epic 11
  • 3 - Lyric 71
  • 4 - Drama 124
  • Bibliography 183
  • Index 192
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