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Index to Philostratus

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  • Abradatas, king of Persia, 94
  • Academy, the, 145, 265, 303, the New, xxiii, xxv
  • Acarnania, lions in, 157
  • Achilles, 37, 39, 119
  • Adrian of Tyre, the sophist; see Hadrian (2)
  • Aeacids, the, 138
  • Aegina, 60
  • Aegospotami, the battle of, 123
  • Aelian the sophist, 305–307, xl, 154
  • Aenus, the town of, in Thrace, 243
  • Aeschines, orator and sophist, 57–63, xi, xiv, xvii, xx, xxxi, 7, 9, 11, 13, 48, 90, 133, 177, 211, 220, 221, 308
  • Aeschylus, 29, 72, 184, 192, 198
  • Africa, xii
  • Agathion, nickname of the favourite of Herodes, 155, 157
  • Agathon the tragic poet, 30, 31
  • Agrippa, theatre of, 193, 211
  • Ajax, 85, 138
  • Alcibiades, 31, 40, 210
  • Alcimedon, freedman of Herodes, 169, 173
  • Alcinous the Stoic, 103
  • Alexander the Great, xiv, xxiii, 60, 61, 123, 163, 245, 247, 297
  • Alexander of Seleucia, the sophist, 191–203, xxxv 291
  • Alexander Severus, the Emperor, 310
  • Alexandria, xxiii, 250; Library of, 94
  • Alexandria Troas, city of, 142
  • Aloadae, the, 140
  • Alps, the, 65
  • Amalthea, horn of, 17
  • Amastris, 237
  • Ammonius the Peripatetic. 291
  • Amphicles, pupil of Herodes, 207, 223, 225
  • Amphictyons, the, 287
  • Amphipolis, 59, 181
  • Amphissa, 61
  • Anacreon, 97
  • Anaxagoras, 79
  • Andocides, 179
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  • Andros, 251
  • Annius Marcus, teacher of Marcus Aurelius, 101
  • Antioch, x, xi, 2, 3
  • Antiochus of Aegae, the sophist, 185–90, xxxvii, 201, 207, 268
  • Antiochus Epiphanes, 112
  • Antipater of Hierapolis, the sophist, 269–71, x, xxxix, 275, 283
  • Antiphon of Rhamnus, orator and sophist, 39–45, xxviii, 59
  • Antoninus, the Emperor, xvii, xxxii, xxxiii, 113, 115, 157, 191
  • Apollo, 59, 97, 147, 201; temple of, at Daphne, 3
  • Apollonius of Athens, 255–259
  • Apollonius of Naucratis, the sophist, 253–5; 279, 285
  • Apollonius of Tyana, xi, xxxii, 89, 92, 186, 191, 262
  • Apsines of Phoenicia, the rhetorician, 71, 90, 100, 130, 194, 221, 230, 315
  • Aquila the sophist, from Galatia, 235
  • Arabia, 201
  • Araspes the Mede, 95
  • Arcadia, 91, 200
  • Arcesilaus, 14
  • Archelaus of Macedonia, xxxiv
  • Archilochus, studied by the sophists, 295
  • Archytas, xxii
  • Ardys, the rhetorician, 69
  • Areius the Stoic, xxiii, xxiv
  • Arelatum (Aries), 23
  • Areopagus, the, 59
  • Argaeus, Mount, 241
  • Arginusae, battle of, 221
  • Argives, the, 210
  • Arimaspi, the fabulous, 220
  • Ariobarzanes of Cilicia, the sophist, 63
  • Aristaenetus of Byzantium, the rhetorician, 235
  • Aristaeus the sophist, 95
  • Aristeides of Mysia, the sophist, 215–23, xii, xix, xxi, xxxvi, 28, 186, 204, 208, 214, 267
  • Aristeides the Just, 299
  • Aristocles of Pergamon the sophist, 183–5, xxxv, 215, 243, 249
  • Aristogeiton the tyrannicide. 43, 211
  • Aristophanes, 25, 30, 97, 178, 312
  • Aristotle, xxvi, 132
  • Artabanus (Artabazus), 202
  • Artemis, 204; temple of, 265
  • Asclepius, xxxvii, 117, 186, 187, 277, 281
  • Asia, xxxv, 312
  • Asia Minor, xxxi
  • Asianic oratory (Asianism), xiv, xix, xx, xxv, xxxi, xxxii, xxxiii, xxxv, xxxviii, 91, 242, 251, 257
  • Aspasius of Ravenna, the sophist, 311–13
  • Athenaeum, the, at Rome 232
  • Athenaeus, author of The Deipnosophists, xxv, xxxiv 216, 258, 274
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