Handbook of Classical Rhetoric in the Hellenistic Period : 330 B.C.-A.D. 400

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INDEX OF SOURCES*

ANCIENT AND CHRISTIAN AUTHORS

Achilles Tatius

Leucippe and Clitophon 228, 446

4:9:4–7 458

5:17:9–8:8:14 462

5:27:4 462

Acta martyrum

M. Apollon.

4–6 642

14–44 642

M. Pion.

12–14 642

4 642

Marlyrium Polycarpi 173

Aelianus

Varia Historia

11:10 761

Aeschines

Against Ctesiphon

131 141

168 135

Letters

1:3(8, 9, 13) 104

11–12 187

Aeschylus

Agamemnon

555–66 116

Eumenides 489

Supplices 489, 491

Aesopus

see Vita Aesopi

Aï-Khanum stele 811–12

Alcaeus

fr. 8 226

Alciphro

2:38 770

3:19:9 757

Alexander Aphrodisiensis

In Aristotelis Topicorum libtos commenlaria

176:10 250

Alexander Numenios

Flepi axriudxtov

VIII, pp. 421–86 697

Ambrosius

De Obitu Valentiniani 676

56 678

78–79 678

De Sancto Spiritu

678

Prol. 2–3 686

Prol. 3 686

Prol. 6–8 686

1 684–685

Epistulae

8:2 687

In Lucam

Prol. 1 687

* References to Biblical sources, including the Apocrypha and Pscudepigrapha,
can be found at the end of this index.

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