Aristotle, Art of Rhetoric

LCL 193: 484-485

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INDEX OF NAMES

  • Lampon, 3.18.1
  • Lampsacus, people of, 2.23.11
  • Leodamas, 1.7.13; 2.23.25
  • Leptines, 3.10.7
  • Leucothea, 2.23.27
  • Libyan, fables, 2.20.2
  • Licymnius, 3.2.13, 3.12.2, 3.13.5
  • Locrians, 2.21.8
  • Lycoleon, 3.10.7
  • Lycophron, 3.3.1, 3.9.7
  • Lycurgus, 2.23.11
  • Lysias: fragment, 2.23.19; Funeral Oration, 3.10.7
  • Mantias, 2.23.11
  • Marathon, 2.22.6
  • Medea (play), 2.23.28
  • Megara, 1.2.19
  • Meixidemides, 2.23.12
  • Melanippides, 3.9.6
  • Melanopus, 1.14.1
  • Meleager (play), 2.2.19, 2.23.20
  • Meletus, 3.18.2
  • Miltiades, decree of, 3.10.7
  • Moerocles, 3.10.7
  • Mysia, 3.2.10
  • Mytilenaeans, 2.23.11
  • Nausicrates, 3.15.2
  • Nicanor, 2.23.3
  • Niceratus, 3.11.13
  • Νicon, 3.11.6
  • Nireus, 3.12.4
  • Odysseus, 2.23.24; 3.15.9
  • Odyssey, 3.3.4
  • Oedipus (lost play), 3.16.7
  • Olympian: prize, 1.2.13; victor, 1.7.32, 1.9.31
  • Olynthian (war), 3.10.7
  • Orestes (lost tragedy), 2.24.3
  • Palamedes.3.12.3
  • Pamphilus, 2.23.21
  • Paralus, 3.10.7
  • Paros (inhabitants), 2.23.11
  • Penelope, 3.16.7
  • Pentheus, 2.23.29
  • Peparethus, speech on, 2.23.11
  • Periander, 1.15.13
  • Pericles, 1.7.34; 3.4.3, 3.10.7, 3.18.1; descendants of, 2.15.3
  • Phalaris, 2.20.5
  • Phayllus, 3.16.7
  • Philammon, 3.11.13
  • Philemon, 3.12.3
  • Philip (of Macedon), 2.23.6
  • Philocrates, 2.3.13
  • Philoctetes, 3.11.13
  • Philomela, 3.3.4
  • Pindar, quoted, 1.7.14; 2.24.2
  • Piraeus, 2.24.3
  • Pisander, 3.18.6
  • Pisistratus, 1.2.19
  • Pitholaus, 3.9.7, 3.10.7
  • Pittacus, 2.12.6, 2.25.7
  • Plato (comic poet), 1.15.15
  • Plato (philosopher), 2.23.12; Apologia, 3.18.2; Menexenus, 1.9.30; 3.14.11; Phaedrus, 3.7.11; Republic, 3.4.3
  • Polus, 2.23.29
  • Polybus, 3.14.6
  • Polycrates, 2.24.3, 2.24.6
  • Polyeuctus, 3.10.7
  • Potidaea (people), 2.22.71
  • Pratys, 3.11.13
  • Prodicus, 3.14.9
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INDEX OF NAMES

  • Protagoras, 2.24.11; 3.5.6
  • Pythagoras, 2.23.11
  • Rhadamanthus, 3.12.3
  • Salamis, 1.15.3; 2.22.6; 3.10.7
  • Samians, 3.4.3
  • Sappho, 2.23.11, 2.23.12
  • Sestus, 3.10.7
  • Sigeum (people), 1.15.13
  • Simonides, 1.6.24, 1.7.32, 1.9.31; 2.16.2; 3.2.14
  • Sisyphus, 3.11.3
  • Socrates, 1.9.80; 2.15.3, 2.23.8; 3.14.11, 3.18.2; oration by Theodectes, 2.23.13
  • Socratic: comparisons, 2.20.4; discourses, 3.16.8
  • Solon, 1.15.13; 2.23.11
  • Sophocles, 3.15.3; Antigone, 1.13.2, 1.15.6; 3.16.9, 3.16.11, 3.17.16; Oedipus Tyrannus, 3.14.6; Teucer, 3.15.9; Tyro, 2.23.92
  • Sophocles (orator and politician), 1.14.3; 3.18.6
  • Speusippus, 3.10.7
  • Stesichorus, 2.20.5, 2.21.8; 3.11.6
  • Stilbon, 2.23.11
  • Strabax, 2.23.17
  • Syracuse (people), 2.6.21
  • Telephus (lost play), 3.2.10
  • Tenedos (people), 1.15.13
  • Teucer (lost play), 2.23.7; 3.15.9
  • Teumessus, 3.6.7
  • Theagenes, 1.2.19
  • Thebes, 2.23.11
  • Themistocles, 1.15.14
  • Theodamas, 3.4.3
  • Theodectes, 3.9.9; Ajax, 2.23.24; Alomaeon, 2.23.3; Law, 2.23.11, 2.23.17; Orestes, 2.24.3; Socrates, 2.23.13
  • Theodorus (rhetorician), 2.23.28; 3.11.6, 3.13.5
  • Theodorus (tragic actor), 3.2.4
  • Theseus, 1.6.25; 2.23.5, 2.23.12
  • Thettaliscus, 2.23.11
  • Thrasybulus, 2.23.29
  • Thrasymachus, 2.23.29; 3.1.7, 3.8.4, 3.11.13
  • Xenophanes, 1.15.30; 2.23.18, 2.23.27
  • Xenophon, Hellenica, 2.23.12
  • Xerxes, 2.20.3
  • Zeno, 1.12.10
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