Politics, Philosophy, and Empire in the Fourth Century: Select Orations of Themistius

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INDEX 2

PEOPLE, PLACES AND DEITIES MENTIONED IN THE
ORATIONS
The letter 'a' after a citation denotes an allusion rather than a direct mention, 'q' denotes a quotation, 'r' that the citation occurs in a rubric.
Achaeans 236
Achilles 226,236,240,252,269, 277
Actor, sons of 187
Adrastus 94
Aegesilaus 132,330
Aegyptus 188
Aeneas 128
Aeschines, philosopher 314
Aesop 276
Agamemnon 239,244,254a, 268, 272,329
Agoracritus 273
Agrianus 246
Ajax 240,269,272
Alans 275,317
Albanians 317
Alcibiades 268,325
Alexander the Great 132,162,192, 243,246,270,271,316,330
Aloeus, sons of 191
Amaltheia 253
Amphilytus 132
Ancyra 78r
Antiochus 249
Antipater 246
Antoninus Pius, emperor 159,244 (a mistake for Marcus Aurelius),301,316,318,327
Antylus 331
Apelles 319
Aphrodite 135,198,278
Apollo 237,328
Apollonius of Tyana 181a
Arabia 326
Arbetio, consul 108r
Arcadius, emperor 272a, 283a
Archilochus 237q
Archytas, philosopher 302
Ares 237,238,276,280,328
Argives, the 254
Ariadne 127
Ariemenes, brother of Xerxes 185
Ariston 249
Aristippus, philosopher 314
Aristophanes 273q
Aristotle 132,198,237,315,317, 332
Arius, philosopher 159,301,316
Armenia 282,317
Armenians 242,274
Arrhidaeus 162
Arrian 301,317,326
Artabazos 165

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Table of contents

  • Translated Texts for Historians i
  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Abbreviations viii
  • Preface ix
  • Chapter 1: Orator, Emperor, and Senate 1
  • Chapter 2: Themistius and Constantius 43
  • Chapter 3: After Julian 137
  • Chapter 4: Theodosius, Gratian, and the Goths 199
  • Chapter 5: Philosopher Prefect 285
  • Bibliography 335
  • Index 1 349
  • Index 2 357
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