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Index of Authors Included in this Volume
  • M = Wreath of Meleager
  • Ph = Wreath of Philippus
  • Ag = Cycle of Agathias

(For explanation of these terms, v. Introduction, page v.)

  • Addaeus of Macedon (Ph), vi. 228, 258
  • Aeschines (the Orator, 4th cent. b.c.), vi. 330
  • Agathias Scholasticus (Byzantine, 6th cent. a.d.), i. 34–36; iv. Proem, 3, 4; v. 216, 218, 220, 222, 237, 261, 263, 267, 269, 273, 276, 278, 280, 282, 285, 287, 289, 292, 294, 296, 297, 299, 302; vi. 32, 41, 59, 72, 74, 76, 79, 80, 167
  • Agis (M, 4th cent. b.c.) vi. 152
  • Alcaeus of Lesbos (M, 7th cent. b.c.), v. 10; vi. 218; cp. iv. 1, 13
  • Alexander of Magnesia (M), vi. 182; cp. iv. 1, 39
  • Alpheius of Mitylene (Ph, Augustan age), vi. 187
  • Anacreon (M, 6th cent. b.c.), (attributed to him, vi. 134–145), 346; cp. iv. 1, 35
  • Antipater of Sidon (M, 1st cent. b.c.), vi. 10 (?), 14, 15, 46, 47, 93, 109, 111, 115, 118, 159, 160, 174, 208, 209, 219, 223; cp. iv. 1, 42
  • Antipater of Thessalonica (Ph, Augustan age), v. 3, 30, 31, 198; vi. 250, 252, 257; cp. iv. 2, 7
  • Antipater, whether of Thessalonica or Sidon uncertain, vi. 10, 109, 111, 115, 118, 174, 208, 209, 219, 223, 241, 249, 256, 276, 287, 291, 335
  • Antiphanes of Macedonia (Ph, Augustan age?), vi. 88; cp. iv. 2, 10
  • Antiphilus of Byzantium (Ph, 1st cent. a.d.), v. 111, 307, 308 (?); vi. 95, 97, 199, 250, 252, 257; cp. iv. 2, 8
  • Antistius (Ph), vi. 237
  • Anyte (M), vi. 123, 153, 312; cp. iv. 1, 5
  • Apollonides (Ph, 1st cent. a.d.), vi. 105, 238, 239
  • Archias (possibly second of this name), v. 58, 59, 98; vi. 16, 39, 179–181, 192, 195, 207
  • Archilochus (M, circ. 700 b.c.). vi. 133; cp. iv. 1, 37
  • Aristo (M), vi. 303, 306
  • Asclepiades (M, 3rd cent. b.c.), v. 7, 44 (?), 64, 85, 145, 150, 153, 158, 161 (?), 162, 164, 167, 169, 181, 185, 189, 194 (?), 202 (?), 203, 207, 209 (?), 210; vi. 308; cp. iv. 1, 46
  • Automedon (Ph, 1st cent. b.c.), v. 129; cp. iv. 2, 11
  • Bacchylides (M, 6th cent. b.c.), vi. 53, 313; cp. iv. 1, 34
  • Bassus (Ph, 1st cent. a.d.), v. 125
  • Callimachus (M, 3rd cent. b.c.), v. 6, 23, 146; vi. 121, 146–150, 301, 310, 311, 347, 351; cp. iv. 1, 22
  • Capito, v. 67
  • Christodorus of Thebes (Byzantine poet), Book II
  • Cillactor, v. 29, 45
  • Claudianus (Byzantine poet), i. 19, 20; v. 86
  • Cometas Chartularius (Ag), v. 265
  • Constantine Cephalas, v. 1
  • Cornelius Longus, vi. 191
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  • Crinagoras of Mitylene (Ph, Augustan age), v. 108, 119; vi. 100, 161, 227, 229, 232, 242, 244, 253, 261, 345, 350; cp. iv. 2, 8
  • Damagetus (M, circ. 200 b.c.), vi. 277; cp. iv. 1, 21
  • Damocharis (6th cent. a.d.), vi. 63
  • Diodorus (Ph, perhaps sometimes stands for Diodorus Zonas, q.v.), v. 122; vi. 243, 245, 348; cp. iv. 2, 12
  • Dionysius Sophistes (2nd cent, a.d.), v. 81
  • Dionysius (M, date doubtful), vi.
  • Diophanes of Myrina, v. 309
  • Dioscorides (M, 2nd cent. b.c.) v. 52–56, 138, 193; vi. 126, 220, 290; cp. iv. 1, 24
  • Diotimus of Miletus (M, 3rd cent. b.c.), v. 106; vi. 267, 358; cp. iv. 1, 27
  • Eratosthenes Scholasticus (Ag, Byzantine poet), v. 242, 277; vi. 77, 78
  • Erinna (M, circ. 600 b.c.), vi. 352; cp. iv. 1, 12
  • Erycius (Ph), vi. 96, 234, 255
  • Euphorion (M, 3rd cent. b.c.), vi. 279; cp. iv. 1, 23.
  • Eutolmius Scholasticus of Alexandria (Ag, 5th cent. a.d.), vi. 86
  • Flaccus (probably we should read Phalaecus), vi. 193
  • Gaetulicus (1st cent. a.d.), v. 17vi. 154, 190, 331
  • Gallus, v. 49
  • Geminus (Ph), vi. 260
  • Gregory of Nazianzus (4th cent. a.d.), i. 92
  • Hadrian (Emperor, 2nd cent. a.d.), vi. 332
  • Hedylus (M, 3rd cent. b.c.), v. 161 (?), 199; vi. 292; cp. iv. 1, 45
  • Hegesippus (M, circ. 300 b.c.), vi. 124, 178, 266; cp. iv. 1, 25
  • Honestus, v. 20
  • Ignatius Magister Grammaticorum (Byzantine), i. 109
  • Irenaeus Referendarius (Ag), v. 249, 251, 253
  • Isidorus Scholasticus (Ag, Byzantine), vi. 58
  • Johannes Barbocollas (Ag, Byzantine, 6th cent. a.d.), vi. 55
  • Julianus, prefect of Egypt (Ag), v. 298; vi. 12, 18–20, 25, 26, 28, 29; 67, 68
  • Julius Diocles (Ph), vi. 186
  • Laco, vi. 203 (?)
  • Leonidas of Alexandria (1st cent. a.d.), vi. 321–329
  • Leonidas of Tarentum (M, 3rd cent. b.c.), v. 188, 206; vi. 4, 13, 35, 44, 110 (?), 120, 129–131, 154 (?), 188, 200, 202, 204, 205, 211, 221, 226, 262, 263, 281, 286, 288, 289, 293, 296, 298, 300, 302, 305, 309, 334, 355; cp. iv. 1, 15
  • Leontius (Ag) v. 295
  • Lucian (2nd cent. a.d.), vi. 17, 164
  • Lucillius (1st cent. a.d.), v. 68 (?); vi. 166
  • Macedonius Consul (Ag, 6th cent. a.d.), v. 223–225, 227, 229, 231, 233, 235, 238, 240, 243, 245, 247, 271; vi. 30, 40, 56, 69, 70, 73, 83, 175, 176
  • Maecius Quintus (Ph), v. 114, 117, 130, 133; vi. 33, 89, 233
  • Marcus Argentarius (Ph), v. 16, 32, 63, 89, 102, 104, 105, 110, 113, 116, 118, 127, 128; vi. 201, 246 (?), 248, 333
  • Marinus, i. 23
  • Meleager (1st cent. b.c.), iv. Proem, 1; v. 8, 24, 57, 96, 102, 136, 137, 139–141, 143, 144, 147–149, 151, 152, 154–157, 160, 163, 165, 166, 171–180, 182, 184, 187, 190–192, 195–198, 204, 208, 212, 214, 215; vi. 162, 163
  • Menander Protector (Byzantine poet, circ. 600 a.d.) i. 101
  • Michael Chartophylax (Byzantine poet), i. 122
  • Mnasalcas (M, 4th cent. b.c.?), vi. 9, 110 (?), 125, 128, 264, 268; cp. iv. 1, 16
  • Moero of Byzantium (poetess, circ. 300 b.c.), vi. 119, 189; cp. iv. 1, 5
  • Myrinus (Ph, 1st cent. a.d.), vi. 108, 254
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