The Roman Use of Anecdotes in Cicero, Livy, & the Satirists

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INDEX

A
Academy, school of philosophy, 91
Accius, 121
Achilles, 25, 162
Addison, J., 131
Aebutia, 64
Aebutius, Publius, 63, 64, 65
Aemilia, wife of Scipio Africanus, 60
Aeneas, 162
Aeneid, 173
Aesop, 5, 6, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 101, 104, 105, 108, 109, 110, 113
Aesopian, 85, 98
Aesopus, an actor of Cicero's time, 82, 93
Agamemnon, 19, 91
Agave, 91
Agrippa, 90
Agrippa, Menenius, 6, 40
Ajax, 91
Albinus, Lucius, 55
Alcibiades, 143, 150, 151
Alcinous, 162, 174
Alexander, the Great, 14, 25, 76, 77, 165
Alfius, the money-lender, 94
Amphion, 168
Amphitheater, Flavian, 121
Anacharsis, 13, 96
Anecdotes (exempla), art of writing,
sources, 1
definitions of terms, 26
training in use of, 6-7
narratio,7-8
story-teller and audience, 8-9
in Cicero, Livy and the satirists,
passim
Antiochus, 25, 32, 59
Antisthenes, 3
Antony, 25
Apollinaris, 126
Apollo, 100, 167, 168
Apollonius, of Panhormus, 33
Apologue, 2, 5
Apophthegm, 2, 4, 5
Apuleius, 177, 178
Aquinum, 158
Aratulla, 133
Archimedes, 16
Ardea, 57
Aricia, 172
Aristides, 20
Aristippus, 3, 82, 84, 91
Aristophanes, 148
Aristotle, 3
Arria, 128, 129, 138,141, 142
Astapa, in spain, 75
Asturicus, 169
Atellan farces, 86
Athens, 113, 159, 160
Auctor ad Herennium,1, 4, 7,8
Aulus Gellius, 95
Aulus Postumius, 67
Avianus, 83
Augustine, 155

B
Bacchae, of Euripides, 84
Bacchanalian conspiracy, 51, 62-66
Bacchus, 51, 63, 64, 131, 132
Bassus, 134, 135
Bellerophon, 166
Bellona, 49
Bilbilis, 120, 138
Biton, 15
Bowdoin College, vii
Britain, 126
Broadway Translations, vii, 123
Bruegel, Pieter the Elder, 169
Brutianus, 121
Brutus, 18, 47, 67
Buecheler, F., 171
Butler, H. E., 78

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The Roman Use of Anecdotes in Cicero, Livy, & the Satirists
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - The Art of Writing Anecdotes 1
  • II - Cicero's Art of Narration 10
  • III - History from Exempla: Livy's Use of Anecdotes 37
  • IV - Horace as a Raconteur 79
  • V - The Anecdotes of a Fabulist: Phaedrus 95
  • VI - Martial and the Anecdotal Epigram 120
  • VII - The Anecdotes of a Stoic: Young Persius 140
  • VIII- The Bitter Stories of The Satiristal 156
  • IX - Retrospect 177
  • Index 183
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