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  • Aaron, 65
  • Abel, 61
  • Abraham, 63, 105
  • abstraction, 7 n., 44 n.
  • Academic studies, 135
  • Achaemenian rocks, 389
  • Achelous, 381
  • Achilles, statue of, 85
  • Adam, 59 ff., 125 ff.
  • ἀειδές, τὸ, 10 n.
  • Aemilius Paulus, 183
  • Aeolus, 140 n.
  • aequivocus, 96 n.; aequivocatio, 118
  • aeternitas, 20, 21, 22 n., 422
  • Africa, 337, 381 (Libyan)
  • Agamemnon, 380
  • age, the former, 207
  • Agrippina, 214 n.
  • Albinus, 149, 155
  • Alcibiades, 261
  • Alexander of Aphrodisias, 10 n.
  • allegorical method, 59, 104 n.
  • Ammonius, 153 n., 410 n.
  • Anaxagoras, 143
  • Anaxarchus, 210 n.
  • angels, 57 ff., 71, 361
  • Anicius, son of Boethius, xi n., 193
  • Antaeus, 381
  • Antoninus Caracalla, 251-
  • Apuleius, 22 n.
  • Arcturus, 161, 355
  • Arians, 7; Arius, 55
  • Aristotle, xi (cp. xiii), 10 n., 11 n., 40 n., 100 n., 261; on nature, 81; Physics, 387
  • Arius, 55; Arians, 7
  • Atrides, 380
  • Augustine, St., 5, 18 n., 22 n., 62 n.
  • Auster, 170, 198
  • Bacchus, 167, 206 (Bacchica)
  • baptism, 67
  • Basil, informer, 151
  • being, 11, 41, 45, 47, 272 n.
  • Boethius, life, xi; the first “scholastic,” xii; an independent philosopher, xii; his philosophic ambition, xiv; his achievement, xv; a Christian, xii–xv; perhaps a martyr, xii; son–in–law of Symmachus, xi, 3, 191; his wife, xi, 191; his sons, xi, 193; early training, 135; early poetry, 131; premature old age, 131; his learning, xi–xii, 135 ff., 145 ff.; library, 163; his lofty position, 181 ff.; principles,
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