Brill's Companion to Herodotus

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INDEX OF PASSAGES
Aeschylus
Agamemnon120, 128, 133
1295 123
1296–8 123
1318–19 121
Choephori120, 133
273–4 131
555–9 131
556–7 121
888 121
930 121
Eumenides136
453–4 123
700–3 449
Persae131, 137–45
230–45 572
399–401 572
Prometheus Vinctus
707–35 445
790–807 445
Septem
743–52 133
Supplices120, 133
F 198 Radt 449
Aristophanes
Birds
941–43 446
1660 514
Aristotle
Athenaion Politeia
7.4 514
9 514
12 514
13.1–2 514
16–17 515
Gen. An.
755b6 109
Poetics
1451a-b 98
1451b1–11 117
1451b34–5 126
1452a18–20 126
Politics
1313a 519
Problems
25.6 443
Arrian, Anabasis
2.25.4 469
7.20 474
Diodorus Siculus
10.25.1 187
11.24.1 575
11.29.1 190
Dionysius of Halicarn.
On Thucydides
23 97
Empedocles
DK B108 157
Ephorus
F 115 508
Gorgias
Helen
10–11 160
Hecataeus
FGrH 1 F 1 157, 399
FGrH1 F 184–90 445
Hermogenes
Peri ideon
330–1 109
336 100–101
408 98, 103, 109
Herodotus
Histories

Book One
Proem: 3–32 passim,93–4, 99–100, 202–3, 269–70, 282, 321, 395, 551, 583

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