Octavia: A Play Attributed to Seneca

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INDEXES

PASSAGES dISCUSSED
Accius
Praet. 29–31 R2334
34–8 R2339
Scaen. 75 R2381
87 R2256
142–3 R2391
169–70 R2245
247 R2256
289 R2370
299–300 R2323
422–3 R2396
675–6 R2123
Acta fratrum Arualium (Henzen)
67.16 1
Aeschylus
Agam. 856–8 278
987 355
1662–3 374
Pers. 159–60 323
184 ff. 334
215–25 340
Prom. 462 243
Anthologia Latina (Riese)
409.5–6 274
Anthologia Palatina
5.125 21
7.182 296
7.712 296
12.20 20
Aristophanes
Thesm. 1038–9 401
1065–8 120
Aristotle
Poet. 6 (1450 b) 55
10 (1452 a) 61
17 (1455 a) 60
Boethius
Cons. 1.1.3 78
1.m.2 232
2.2.4 78
2.m.6 78
3.5.10–12 78
4.4.8 78
4.5.3 79
Caecilius
Inc. 259–60 R2286
Carmina Epigraphica (CE)
1119.3–5 38
Cassius dIo (Boissevain)
Hist. Rom.
59.23 27, 316
60.12.2 385
60.33.2 189
61.11.2 8
61.12.1 71, 163
61.13 215, 216, 225, 400
61.16.2a299
61.20.3 71
61.35 312
62.13.1 3, 29, 252, 352
64.6 10–14
67.3.1 27
67.12.5 28
67.16.1 330
fr.19 384
Catullus
Carm. 68.138–40 20, 187
Cicero
Acad. 2.20 123
D E Rep. 4.12.10 228
Fam. 10.32.3 228
Phil. 1.33 259
2.110 269
Tusc. 5.69 232
Cod ex Iustinianus
1.17.2.18 166
Cornelius Seuerus
fr. 13.1 Courtney 271

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Text 83
  • Commentary 119
  • Appendixes 407
  • Appendix A - Imitations of Senecan Traged Y 408
  • Appendix B - Imitations of Augustan Poets 411
  • Appendix C - D Isjunctions of Demonstratives in Augustan Poetry 413
  • Bibliography and Abbreviations 417
  • Indexes 436
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