The Encheiridion of Epictetus and Its Three Christian Adaptations

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INDEX LOCORUM POTIORUM

1. Epicteti Enchnridion
22,11 120
3, 1 120
3, 3 121
4, 1 121
6, 5 122
122, 10-11 122
13, 5 122-123
14a1, 1-2 123
16, 1 123-124
16, 5 124
241, 2-3 124-125
242, 6 125-126
242, 8 126
251, 1 126
26, 3 127
29 127
312, 7-8 127-128
314, 18 128-129
321, 5 sqq. 129-131
332, 3 sqq. 131-132
3313, 40 132
3314, 41 132
3315, 45 132-133
3316, 47 133
34, 7 sqq. 133-134
34, 9 132
36, 1 134-135
36, 7 135-136
39, 2 136
41, 3 136-137
44, 1-3 137-138
45, 3 138
461, 2 138-139
48b2, 3 139
49, 2 132
49, 9 139-140
49, 12 140-141
50, 2 141
511, 2 141
511, 3 141-143
511, 6 143
512, 13-14 143-145
513, 15-16 145
531, 2 145-146
532, 6-7 146

2. "Nili" Encheiridion
12a, 2-3 188
15, 1-2 189
18, 2 189
20, 6 189
22, 7 190
23, 1 190
24, 4 190
30, 3 190
31a4, 6 190-191
31c12, 6-10 191
31c12, 6-7 191
31c13, 8-9 191-192
31c14, 9-10 192
332, 5 192
334, 8-9 192
35b5, 12-13 192
38a1, 5 192
38a3, 9 193
38b4, 1 193
39, 1 193
40, 7 193
53a, 6 193-194
55a, 7 194
611, 4-5 194
612, 7 194
63, 1 194
66b3, 5 194
71a1, 3 194-195
71a2, 6 195
71a4-5, 12 195

3. Paraphrasis Christiana
32, 3 241
34, 6-7 241
44, 7 241
64, 7-8 241-242
93, 6 242
101, 1 242
107, 10 243
161, 1 243-244
168, 13 244
171, 1 244
221, 2 244-245
222, 4 245
243, 4 245
243, 5 245
261, 1 245
302, 2 245-246
319, 15 246-247
3112, 19 247
3113, 22, 24 247-248
3115, 26-27 248
3122, 39 248

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Preface xiii
  • The Transmission of the Texts 1
  • Part One - The Authentic Encheiridion 3
  • Part Two - "Nilus"'' Adaptation 149
  • Part Three - The Paraphrasis Christiana 197
  • Part Four - The Adaptation of Vaticanus Gr. 2231 257
  • The Texts 265
  • Part One - Epictetus'' Encheiridion 267
  • Part Two - "Nilus" Adaptation 351
  • Part Three - The Paraphrasis Christiana 369
  • Part Four - The Adaptation of Vaticanus Graecus 2231 395
  • Indices and Bibliography 413
  • Index Verborum Epicteti Encheiridii 415
  • Index Fontium Epicteti Encheiridii 427
  • Index Auctorum Epicteti Encheiridion Laudantium 432
  • Index Locorum Potiorum 434
  • Index Codicum 436
  • Index Siglorum 438
  • Bibliography 441
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