Aristotle, Art of Rhetoric

LCL 193: 482-483

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INDEX OF NAMES

  • Boeotians, 3.4.3
  • Bryson, 3.2.13
  • Callias, 3.2.10
  • Calliope, 3.2.11
  • Callippus, 1.12.29; Art of rhetoric, 2.23.14, 2.23.21
  • Callisthenes, 2.3.13
  • Callistratus, 1.7.13, 1.14.1; 3.17.14
  • Calydon, 3.9.4
  • Carcinus, 2.23.28; 3.16.11
  • Carthaginians, 1.12.18
  • Cephisodotus, 3.4.3, 3.10.7
  • Chabrias, 1.7.13; 3.10.7
  • Chaeremon, 2.23.29; 3.12.2
  • Chares, 1.16.15; 3.10.7, 3.17.10
  • Charidemus, 2.23.17
  • Charon (blacksmith), 3.17.16
  • Chians, 2.23.11
  • Chiton, 2.12.14, 2.21.13, 2.23.11
  • Choerilus, 3.14.4
  • Cimon (descendants), 2.15.8
  • Cleon, 3.5.2, 3.8.1
  • Cleophon, 1.15.13; 3.7.2
  • Conon, 2.23.12, 2.23.29
  • Corax, 2.24.11
  • Corinthians, 1.6.24
  • Cratylus, 3.16.10
  • Critias, 1.15.13; 3.16.3
  • Croesus, 3.5.4
  • Cycnus, 2.22.12
  • Cydias, 2.6.24
  • Darius, 2.20.3
  • Delphi, 2.23.12
  • Demades, 2.24.8
  • Democrates, 3.4.3
  • Democritus, 3.9.6
  • Demosthenes (? general), 3.4.3
  • Demosthenes (orator), 2.23.3
  • Diogenes (the Cynic), 3.10.7
  • Diomedes, 2.23.20; 3.15.10
  • Diomedon, 2.23.3
  • Dion, 1.12.29
  • Dionysius (general name), 2.24.5
  • Dionysius (orator and poet), 3.2.11
  • Dionysius (of Syracuse), 1.2.19; 2.6.27, 2.15.3
  • Dionysus, 3.4.4
  • Diopithes, 2.8.11
  • Dorieus, 1.2.13
  • Draco, 2.23.29
  • Egypt, 2.20.3
  • Egyptian (rebels), 3.16.5
  • Eleans, 2.23.27
  • Elis, 3.14.11
  • Empedocles, 1.13.2; 3.5.4
  • Epicharmus, 1.7.31; 3.9.10
  • Epidaurus, 3.10.7
  • Epimenides, 3.17.10
  • Ergophilus, 2.3.13
  • Eubulus, 1.15.15
  • Euripides: Hecuba, 2.21.2; Hippolytus, 2.22.3; 3.15.8; Iphigenia Aulidensis, 3.11.2; Iphigenia Taurica, 3.6.4, 3.14.10; Medea, 2.21.2, 2.21.6; Orestes, 1.11.20; Troades, 2.21.5, 2.23.29; 3.17.10
  • Euripides, fragments: Andromeda, 1.11.8; Antiope, 1.11.28; Meleager, 3.9.4; Oeneus,
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INDEX OF NAMES

  • 3.16.7; Stheneboea, 2.21.2; Telephus, 3.2.10; his choice of words, 3.2.5; reply to the Syracusans, 2.6.20; unknown play, 2.23.1
  • Euthydemas, 2.24.3
  • Euthynus, 2.19.14
  • Euxenus, 3.4.3
  • Evagoras, 2.23.12
  • Gelon, 1.12.30
  • Glaucon (of Teos), 3.1.3
  • Gorgias, 3.1.9, 3.3.4, 3.7.11, 3.14.2, 3.15.11, 3.14.11, 3.18.7
  • Gyges, 3.17.16
  • Haemon, 3.16.11, 3.17.16
  • Halys, 3.5.4
  • Harmodius, 1.9.38; 2.24.6
  • Hecuba, 2.23.29
  • Hegesippus. See Agesipolis
  • Helen, 2.23.12, 2.24.9
  • Heraclidae, 2.22.6
  • Heraclitus, 3.5.6
  • Hercules, Pillars of, 2.10.5
  • Hermes, 2.24.2
  • Herodicus, 1.5.10; 2.23.28 (in both these passages it is proposed to read Prodicus)
  • Herodotus, 3.9.2, 3.16.5
  • Hesiod, 2.4.21, 2.10.6
  • Hesione, 3.15.9
  • Hieron, wife of, 2.16.2
  • Himera (people), 2.20.5
  • Hipparchus, 2.24.5
  • Hippolochus, 1.9.38
  • Homer, 1.15.13; 2.23.11; 3.11.2; Iliad: 1, 1.6.20; 2.2.6; 3.14.6; 2, 1.6.22; 1.15.13; 2.2.6; 3.12.4; 4, 3.11.3; 9, 1.7.31; 2.2.6; 3.9.9, 3.11.16; 11, 2.9.11; 3.11.3; 12, 2.21.11; 13, 3.11.3; 15, 3.11.3; 18, 1.11.9; 2.2.2, 2.21.11; 20, 3.4.1; 23, 1.11.12; 24, 2.3.16; Odyssey: 1, 3.14.6; 4, 3.17.6; 6, 3.14.11; 9, 2.3.16; 11, 3.11.3; 14, 3.10.2; 15, 1.11.8; 19, 3.16.10; 22, 1.7.33; 23, 3.16.7
  • Hygiaenon, 3.15.8
  • Ida, 2.24.7
  • Idrieus, 3.4.3
  • Iphicrates, 1.7.32, 1.9.81; 2.23.6, 2.23.7, 2.23.8, 2.23.17; 3.2.10, 3.10.7
  • Ismenias, 2.23.11
  • Isocrates, 1.9.38; 2.19.14, 2.23.12; 3.14.1, 3.17.10, 3.17.11, 3.17.16; De pace, 3.11.7, 3.17.10; Panegyricus, 3.7.11, 3.9.7, 3.10.7, 3.14.2, 3.17.10; Ad Philippum, 3.10.5, 3.10.7, 3.11.2, 3.11.5, 3.11.7
  • Italiotes, 2.23.11
  • Jason: hero, 2.23.28; the Thessalian, 1.12.31
  • Jocasta, 3.16.11
  • Lacedaemonians, 1.5.6, 1.9.26; 2.23.11
  • Laconian (apophthegms), 2.21.8
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