Philodemus and Poetry: Poetic Theory and Practice in Lucretius, Philodemus, and Horace

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Index of Greek and Latin Words

First Lines of Philodemean Poems quoted
αὒριον εἰϲ λῑήν ϲε καλιάδα, ϕίλ̄ᾱι Πείϲων 46, 208 and n. 63
ἠράϲθην, ̄ίϲ δ' οὐχί; κεκώμακα, ̄ίϲ δ' ἀμύη̄οϲ 53
ἑπ̄ὰ ̄ριηκόν̄εϲϲιν ἐπέρχον̄αι λυκάβαν̄εϲ 53 Ξανθὼ κηρόπλαϲ̄ε μυρόχροε μουϲοπρόϲωπε 55
ἢδη καὶ ρ + ̔όον ἒϲ̄ι καὶ ἀκμάζων ἐρέβινθοϲ 55
Ἰνου + ̑ϲ ὠ + ̑ Μελικέρ̄α σύ ̄ε γλαυκὴ μεδέουϲα 208 and n. 64

Greek Words
ἂγαλμα 55
ἀγόραϲμα 156
ἀγών 119
ἂδηλον 63
ἀέριοϲ 139, 164n. 59
ἀηδών 183
ἀήθεια 139
αἰθηήρ 201
αἲϲθηϲιϲ 119
αἰϲχρόϲ 27n. 67
ἀκά̄ιον 18n. 18, 24
ἀκοή 186, 216, 221
ἀκούω 16
ἀκρόαμα 19
ἀλήθεια 163, 220 and n. 23
ἂλήογοϲ 216
ἀλληουχία 164n. 59
ἀλλο̄ρό̄ηϲ 183
ἁμαρ̄ία 118
ἀναιρέω 199
ἀναϕέρω 201
Ἀν̄ιγένηϲ 55
ἀνωϕελήϲ 27n. 67
ἀοιδόϲ 16
ἀπαῑέω 184
ἀπᾱή 196
ἀπιργαϲία 110
ἀποδιικ̄ικὸϲ λόγοϲ 28, 34
ἀπόδιξιϲ 25, 29n. 77
ἀποκρύπ̄ω 122
ἀπόλαυϲιϲ 18n. 18
ἀπονία 44n. 8
ἀπο̄ιλέω 183
༂ρθρωϲιϲ 183
ἀϲέβεια 205
ἀϲ̄ει + ̑ον 151
ἀ̄αραξία 43n. 8
ἂ̄ομοϲ 40
ἂ̄οποϲ 205
αὒριον 46
ἀϕορμή 25, 191n. 8
ἀϕοϲιόω 16, 19
ἀχρηϲ̄ία 32
Βάκχιοϲ 55
βαϲιλεύϲ 19n. 22
βλάπ̄ω 174, 196
βωμολοχία 19n. 22
γέμω 83
γεννάω 172
γένοϲ 81
γράμμα 142, 192
γραμμᾱικὴ 10, 185
γρμμᾱιϲ̄ήϲ 191
γραμμᾱιϲ̄ική 10-11, 192
γραμμᾱοδιδάϲκαλοϲ 191
δειπνίζω 48 and n. 30
δει + ̑πνον 48n. 30
δέλεβρ 16
διάγνωϲιϲ 187
διαγιγή 24, 33
διάθεϲιϲ 115
διαγ0+03B9γή 211
διαίρεϲιϲ 202
διανόημα 129
διάνοια 80, 102, 217, 220
διδαϲκαλία 119
διήγημα 19n. 22
Διονυϲιακόϲ 19
διώκω 220
δόκιμοϲ 27n. 64
δύναμιϲ 187
εἰ + ̑δοϲ 102-3, 105, 249
εU+1F3καίωϲ 218
εἰκάϲ 47-8, 50
ἐκβλὰλλω 27, 148
ἐκλογή 90, 149
ἐκραπίζω 26-7, 148, 150
ἐλεύθεροϲ 39
ἐλληνίζω 183
ἐλληνιϲμόϲ 183
ἐμπερία 187
ἐμϕᾱικω + ̑ϲ 168
ἐναλλαγή 222
ἐνάργεια 22, 33, 35-6, 168
ἐναργω+̑ϲ 22, 32, 36, 168
ἐνιργέω 22, 36
ἐνιαύϲιοϲ 48-50
ἐπίδειξιϲ 187n. 34
ἐπιϲ̄ήμη 20n. 27, 215
ἐπιϕαίνω 141, 152, 220
ἒποϲ 213
ἐποχή 199
ἐργάζω 220
ἐργαϲία 106, 218n. 20
ἒργον 119, 160, 218

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