Aidos: The Psychology and Ethics of Honour and Shame in Ancient Greek Literature

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INDEX OF PRINCIPAL PASSAGES
This index contains passages discussed (rather than merely cited) in the text or notes. Doubtful or spurious works appear under the name of the author to whom they are traditionally ascribed, with no implications regarding their authenticity or otherwise. AESCHINES
1.24 372 n.84
1.26 293 n. 100
1.180 372 n.84
AESCHYLUS
Agamemnon
179-81 347 n.10
206-23 198-200
258-60 207-8
362-6 181 n.5
362-4 208
399-401 181 n.5
613-14 204
779-80 207
855-8 204-5
905-57 194-8
1203-5 186-7
1363 181
1372-6 205
1612 207
1626 181
Choephori
55-7 207, 212 n. 137
106-8 209 n.118
140-1 249 n.121
301-4 180 n.3
407-9 180 n.3
444-50 180 n.3
494-5 180
663-7 188 n.34
896-903 200-2
899 244
917 188
930 200 n.79
973-4 180 n.3
990 181
Eumenides
92 211
95-8 180
269-72 211
483-4 209
545-9 209,214
640 208
680 209
696-7 214
710 209
715 209
739-40 208
749 209
760 208-9
Persae
694-703 206-7
694-6 212
809-10 198
Prometheus Bound (PV)
133-4 185-6
266 206 n.105
937 207 n.109
Seven against Thebes (Sept.)
409-11 182 n.11
683-5 181-3
831 183, 211
1029-30 206 n.105
Supplies
27-9 183
191-202 183-4
333-454 189-91
345-6 189-90, 193
387-91 190-1 n.39
397-401 191
455 192
478-9 192-3
490-1 185 n.20
578-9 187-8
641 185 n.20
707-9 211
991-1009 186

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Aidos: The Psychology and Ethics of Honour and Shame in Ancient Greek Literature
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction 1
  • I - Aidōs in Homer 48
  • 2 - From Hesiod to the Fifth Century 147
  • 3 - Aeschylus 178
  • 4 - Sophocles 215
  • 5 - Euripides 265
  • 6 - The Sophists, Plato, and Aristotle 343
  • Epilogue 432
  • References 435
  • Index of Principal Passages 459
  • General Index 472
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