Cultural Politics in Polybius's Histories

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INDEX LOCORUM
LITERARY SOURCES1
Acilius, C.
frg. 1 P 205n3
Aelian, VH
9.12 60n106
Aeschylus, Pers.
79–80 37n25
185 37
186–87 37n24
255 37
270–71 37
337–38 37
391–92 37
423 37
590 37n27
652–56 37n28
721–26 37n24
739–51 37n28
744–51 37n24
782–86 37n28
800–42 37n28
852–906 37n28
Afranius, L., Tog.
364 57n91
Alcimus
FGrH 560 F 3 36n20
Ammianus Marcellinus
24.2 18n15
Androtion
FGrH 324 F 54 36n20
Antiochus of Syracuse
FGrH 555 F 2 25n41
Apollonius of Tyana, Ep.
71.1–4 32n8
Appian
BC
1.28 62n112, 218n51
2.146 94n77
Celt. frg. 6 M 191n66
Hann. 2–3 118n65
Ib.
4–5 118n65
8–9 118n65
11 118n65
49 212n33
84 224n68
85 179n21
Illyr. 2 80n41
Mac.
7 52n75, 53n81, 127n96, 229n80
9 51n74
11 218n54, 219n56
Pun.
112 224n68, 224n69
132 159n48
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Passages marked with an asterisk have been uncertainly attributed to their authors.

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