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Index to Eunapius
  • Ablabius, the pretorian prefect, 385–391, 326
  • Acacius the sophist, 527–529; 336, 526
  • Achilles, 445, 489
  • Adrianople, battle of, 458
  • Aedesius the philosopher, 377–379, 391–393, 326–327, 338, 365, 367, 369, 373, 411, 427; teacher of the Emperor Julian, 429–431; death of, 439; compared with Priscus, 463, 467, 541; the younger, son of Chrysanthius, 559
  • Aelian, 376
  • Aeschines the physician of Chios, 481, 483
  • Aeschylus, 391
  • Africa, the Roman name for Libya, 441
  • Alaric, invasion of Greece by, 319, 328, 439
  • Alexander the Great, 343
  • Alexandria, 322, 323, 329, 337, 377, 419, 420; temple of Serapis at, 421, 427, 533
  • Alypius, 373–377
  • Amelius the Neo-Platonist, 324
  • Amerius the Neo-Platonist, 359
  • Ammianus Marcellinus, the historian, 321, 327, 331, 391, 394, 398, 419, 431, 438, 446, 457, 458
  • Ammonius of Egypt, teacher of Plutarch, 347, 349
  • Ammonius the neo-Platonist, 323
  • Amphiclea, wife of Prohaeresius, 511
  • Anatolius, kinsman of Prohaeresius at Athens, 481
  • Anatolius of Berytus, prefect of Illyricum, 499–507, 330, 331, 473, 498
  • Anatolius the philosopher, 363
  • Andromachus the sophist at Athens, 361
  • Anteros, spirit of the spring, 369, 371
  • Anthology, Palatine, 337
  • Anti-Lebanon, 363
  • Antioch, 322, 328, 329. 332, 333, 336, 338, 394, 395, 455; Valens at, 457; capital of Coele Syria, 519
  • Antioch (Nisibis), 531
  • Antoninus, son of Eustathius, 416–421, 425
  • Apamea in Bithynia, 563
  • Apollo, invoked by a
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  • magician, 425; in Homer, 427
  • Apollonius of Tyana, 347, 543
  • Apsines the rhetorician, 467, 469, 471, 475
  • Aquilinus the neo-Platonist, 359
  • Arabia, 332; pupils from, 489; Diophantus of, 515
  • Arcadius, the Emperor, 319, 453
  • Archidamus, 531
  • Archytas the philosopher, 543
  • Aristeides the sophist, 335, 492, 493, 496, 517
  • Aristophanes, 381, 391, 524
  • Aristotle, 531, 541
  • Armenia, 330, 481, 485
  • Arrian, 477
  • Artabri, the, a Lusitanian tribe, 451
  • Asclepius, 532
  • Asia, 383, 393, 401, 411, 443, 449; Clearchus, proconsul of, 451; definition of the province of, 453; Nemesis in, 458, 477, 489; Justus, prefect in, 553
  • Asianic style of oratory, 333
  • Athanasius of Alexandria, 329
  • Athene in Homer, 427
  • Athenians, the, 383
  • Athens, 319, 324, 326, 329, 349, 382, 467; factions of the sophists at, 469; Eunapius at, 477, 481, 487, 489, 491, 513, 515; Anatolius at, 498; statue of Prohaeresius at, 508; corn supply of, 509; Himerius at, 517; Libanius at, 519; ostracism at, 535, 553
  • Atticism, 524, 525; Eunapius not an Atticist, 322
  • Augustine, St., 321
  • Aurelian, the Emperor, 363
  • Ausonius, 321
  • Auxonius, pretorian prefect, 455
  • Azutrion, nickname of Anatolius, 499
  • Baiae, baths of, 369
  • Basil, St., 321
  • Beronicianus of Sardis, philosopher, 565
  • Berytus, 330, 331, 499, 500, 501
  • Bithynia, 332, 347; pupils from, 489, 503; birthplace of Himerius, 517; Apamea in, 563
  • Boeotia, 332
  • Brahmans, the, 365
  • Byzantium, 382, 383
  • Caesarea in Cappadocia, 322
  • Caesarea in Palestine, 527
  • Callimachus, 515
  • Campania, villa of Plotinus in, 323
  • Canobus, 419; temple at, 421; monks at, 425; mouth of the Nile at, 417
  • Cappadocia, 328, 365, 377, 379, 393, 467
  • Caria, 355, 453, 489
  • Carneades, the Cynic, 347
  • Carneius (Cynulcus) in Athenaeus, 347
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