Greek Mythography in the Roman World

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Index
Since my concern is with mythography, not mythology, I have only indexed the names of mythological characters when I discuss the sources of the myth in question. I have also been selective in indexing both Ovid and the Narrationes.
Abas, 202
Accursius, 44, 83
Acesandros, 120
Achilles Tatius, 136, 245
Actaeon’s hounds, 266–67
Acusilaus, 94–96, 108, 119, 124
Aelian, 121, 135, 147–48, 158–59
Aeschylus, 46, 89
Agamestor of Pharsalus, 152–53
Agatharcides of Cnidos, 56, 129
Agias and Derkyllos, 53, 54, 91, 238, 272
Aglaosthenes, 103
Alexander of Ephesus, 329
Alexander Polyhistor, 213–14
allegorical interpretations of myth, 70
allusiveness of mythological references, 237–38, 263–64
Amelesagoras, 102
Ammianus Marcellinus, 16, 18
Ampelius, 20, 234, 246, 268
Amphiaraüs, story of, 243–45
Amphis, 20–21
amphitheatre and myth, 92
Anicia Juliana, 68–69
Annius of Viterbo, 251–52
Anonymus Florentinus, 240–42, 245, 286303, 335–39
Antigonus of Carystus, 28, 158
Antimachus, Lyde, 56
Antipater of Thessalonica, 161
Antoninus Liberalis, 27, 49, 56, 72, 91, 104, 189, 211, 248, 295, 299–301; source citations in, 106–16
Antonius Diogenes, 326
Apollodorus of Athens, 27, 30, 49, 91, 9798, 102–03, 105, 160, 203, 215
Apollodorus the mythographer. See Ps-Apollodorus
Apollonius, paradoxographer, 28, 158
Apollonius Rhodius, 15, 91, 108, 109, 112, 168, 179; scholia to, 56, 63–66, 95, 97, 104, 121, 174
Apostoles, Michael, 33536
Apuleius, 93, 232
Aratus, 18–19, 62–63, 81, 168, 195; Aratea, 220, 308; scholia to, 167
Arctinus, 60, 96
Arethas, 171
Argonauts, lists of, 24243
Aristides of Miletus, 125

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