The Historical Jesus in Context

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INDEX OF ANCIENT PERSONS
Aaron, 113–17, 342
Abiathar, 293
Abigail, 340
Abraham, 5, 14, 57, 69, 72, 121–22, 225, 238, 248, 264, 293, 340, 347, 349, 399
Achilles, 26, 79–80, 375–83, 386
Adam, 14, 106–8, 216–17
Aelian, 144
Aemilianus, 202–4
Aeneas, 26, 79–80, 85, 378–80, 385–86
Aeschylus, 83, 372
Aesop, 2, 29, 222–37
Agamemnon, 375, 378
Agathe Tyche, 335
Agathos Daimon, 335
Agrippinilla, 323, 326
Ahikar, 225
Aion, 180, 184–86
Albinus, 22
Alcmene, 80, 83–84
Alexander Jannaeus, 16–17, 127
Alexander Severus, 318
Alexander the Great, 14–15, 26, 46–47, 82–84, 92, 145–46, 167, 316, 393
Amata, 378
Ami, Rabbi, 288
Amphictione, 81–82
Amram, 345
Amulius, 81
Ananus, 22
Anaxarchus of Abdera, 386, 393
Anaxilaides, 81
Anchises, 79–80
Andromache, 375, 377–78, 380, 383
Antho, 81
Antigonus, 18
Antinoüs, 332–35
Antiochus IV Epiphanes, 15, 390–92
Antipater, 17–18
Antonia, 296
Antoninus Pius, 313–14, 320
Aphrodite, 26, 44, 79–80, 324. See also Venus
Apis, 83
Apollo, 26, 80–85, 168, 223, 228–29, 233–34, 236, 323, 376–77, 379, 381
Apollonius of Tyana, 2, 8, 26–28, 81–84, 169–70, 173–75, 386, 393–97
Apthonius, 132
Apuleius of Madauros, 2, 181, 193–205, 224
Aqiba (Akiva), Rabbi, 71, 163, 247, 294, 317, 347
Aquila, 400
Aretas IV, 56
Arete, 335
Aristaeus, 26, 80
Aristobulus, 17–18
Ariston, 81–83
Arrian, 84
Artapanus, 225
Asclepius, 26, 28, 44, 80, 83, 85, 166–78, 196
Athanaeus, 252
Athena, 376, 379
Attis, 181
Augustus Caesar, 18, 26, 41–45, 47, 49, 66–67, 73–76, 82–83, 170, 177, 302, 304, 310, 312–13, 385
Aulus Gellius, 82, 84
Avtolas the Elder, Rabbi, 214
Azizus of Emesa, 317
Babatha, 316
Bacchus, 195–96
Bartimaeus, 375
Bathsheba, 210
Belial, 113, 122–23
Bellona, 329, 388
Ben Zoma, Rabbi, 347
Bendis, 324, 328–29
Berenice (daughter of Herod Agrippa I), 317
Berenice (mother of Herod Agrippa I), 296
Bitenosh, 92
Boaz, 340
Bun bar Hiyya, Rabbi, 219–20

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