Petronius, Seneca, Satyricon. Apocolocyntosis

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INDEX OF CHARACTERS

  • Corax: hired servant of Eumolpus. 117.11, 140.7, 140.9
  • Corinthus: metal-worker, slave of Trimalchio. 50.4
  • Croesus: boy-love of Trimalchio. 64.5, 64.9
  • Daedalus: ingenious cook of Trimalchio, named after the great mythical inventor. 70.2, 74.5
  • Dama: freedman friend of Trimalchio. 41.10
  • Diogenes (C. Pompeius Diogenes): freedman friend of Trimalchio. 38.10
  • Dionysus: slave of Trimalchio. 41.7
  • Doris: apparently a former lover of Encolpius. 128.18
  • Echion: freedman friend of Trimalchio, a rag-collector. 45.1
  • Egyptian Slave: slave of Trimalchio. 35.6
  • Encolpius: narrator and chief actor of the novel. The name is Greek and means “in the bosom,” or “in the crotch.” 20.7, 91.8, 92.6, 94.2, 94.10, 102.5, 104.1, 105.9, 109.3, 114.5, 114.9
  • Endymion: beautiful boy but mysterious character who seems to appear in the novel. 132.1
  • Ethiopian slaves: slaves of Trimalchio. 34.4
  • Eumolpus: bisexual poet, critic, con-man, masterminds the affair at Croton. A Greek name meaning “sweet singer.” 91.1, 91.3, 92.1, 92.5, 92.12, 94.3, 94.5, 94.7, 94.8, 94.12, 94.15, 95.4, 95.5, 95.6, 95.7, 95.8, 96.4, 96.5, 97.1, 98.2, 98.3, 98.5; 99.4, 99.5, 99.6, 100.5, 101.2, 101.3, 101.6, 101.9, 102.2, 102.3, 102.13, 103.1, 103.4, 104.3, 105.2, 107.12, 108.3, 109.1, 109.8, 110.6, 113.12, 113.13, 115.2, 115.20, 117.1, 117.4, 117.5, 117.6, 117.9, 118.1, 124.2, 124.3, 124.4, 125.1, 132.6, 140.2, 140.3, 140.5, 140.9, 140.10, 140.13
  • Euscios: vague character. fr. 8
  • Felicio: slave of Trimalchio who carries sacred objects. 60.8
  • Fortunata: wife of Trimalchio. 37.2, 47.5, 52.8, 52.10, 52.11, 54.2, 67.1, 67.3, 67.6, 67.9, 67.12, 70.10, 71.3, 71.11, 72.1, 73.5, 74.5, 74.9, 74.10, 74.12, 75.6, 76.7
  • Gaius. See Trimalchio
  • Ganymede: freedman friend of Trimalchio. In mythology Ganymede, a Trojan prince, became beloved of Zeus. 44.1
  • Gavilla: unknown woman. 61.6
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INDEX OF CHARACTERS

  • Giton: boy-love of Encolpius. Greek name for “neighbor.” 9.1, 10.7, 16.1, 19.5, 20.8, 24.5, 25.3, 26.2, 26.10, 58.1, 60.7, 72.7, 72.9, 73.2, 79.3, 79.11, 91.1, 91.3, 92.3, 92.7, 93.4, 94.4, 94.7, 94.8, 94.9, 94.14, 96.2, 97.2, 97.4, 97.5, 98.1, 98.4, 98.5, 98.7, 98.8, 99.6, 100.4, 101.1, 101.6, 101.8, 102.14, 104.2, 105.5, 105.7, 108.5, 108.10, 108.11, 109.2, 109.8, 110.1, 110.3, 113.1, 113.5, 113.8, 114.10, 115.5, 117.11, 117.13, 128.1, 129.8, 130.8, 132.6, 133.1, 139.3
  • Glyco: resident of Puteoli. 45.7, 45.8, 45.9
  • Gorgias: inheritance-hunter in Croton. 141.5
  • Habinnas: friend of Trimalchio, a stonemason, important person in Puteoli. The name is probably Semitic. 65.5, 65.6, 67.3, 67.5, 67.10, 67.12, 68.4, 68.6, 69.4, 69.5, 71.5, 72.1, 72.4, 74.17, 75.1, 75.3, 77.1
  • Hedyle: apparently the wife of Lichas, seduced (?) by Encolpius. 113.3
  • Hermeros: freedman guest of Trimalchio, who sits next to (above) Encolpius at the table. 59.1
  • Hermogenes: resident of Puteoli. 45.9
  • Hesus: superstitious passenger on board Lichas’ ship. 104.5
  • Homeristae: 59.2, 59.3, 59.6
  • Julius Proculus. See Proculus
  • Laenas: resident of Puteoli. 29.9
  • Lichas: ship’s captain from Tarentum, an old enemy of Encolpius. 100.7, 101.4, 101.10, 101.11, 104.2 104.4, 105.1, 105.9, 106.1, 106.2, 106.4, 107.7, 107.15, 108.6, 109.1, 109.3, 109.8, 110.4, 113.2, 114.4, 115.11, 115.20
  • Lucrio: slave of Trimalchio who carries sacred objects. 60.8
  • Lycurgus: mysterious figure from a missing portion of the novel. 83.6, 117.3
  • Maecenatianus. See Trimalchio
  • Mammea: local political candidate in Puteoli. 45.10
  • M. Mannicius: owner of a block of flats where Encolpius and Eumolpus are staying. 95.3
  • Margarita: name of a dog at Trimalchio’s Cena. 64.9
  • Massa: favorite young slave of Habinnas. 69.5
  • Melissa: woman mentioned in the Cena. 61.6, 62.11
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