Seneca, Moral Essays, Volume III

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(The references are to the pages of the English translation.)

  • Academy (the grove and school in the suburbs of Athens where Plato taught), 385
  • Achaeans, immunity of the, 337
  • Achilles, bravery of, 259
  • Aeneas, nobility of, 199, 441
  • Aeschines (Athenian philosopher, pupil of Socrates), poverty of, 27
  • Aetna, fury of, 201, 441
  • Aglaia (one of the Graces), 15
  • Agrippa, Marcus Vipsanius (see note, p. 188), greatness of, 189; mourned by Augustus, 433
  • Alcibiades (Athenian politician, pupil and friend of Socrates, noted for his beauty, talents, and wealth), wealth of, 27
  • Alexander (the Great, king of Macedonia, 356–323 b.c.), victorious over the East, 41; pride of, 79; scorned by Diogenes, 299; boastfulness of, 303; covetousness of, 461, 463
  • Allobroges (a people of Gaul), enemies of Rome, 333
  • Allobrogicus (see note b, p. 266), 267
  • Alps, 333
  • Annaeus (see note c, p. 218), name of Seneca, 219
  • Annals of Claudius Quadrigarius, 169
  • Antigonus (probably the “One-Eyed,” one of Alexander’s generals, king of Asia), a story about, 81
  • Antony, Mark (triumvir with Octavian and Lepidus), rivalry of, 101; ingratitude of, 337; utterance of, 367
  • Apollodorus (see note, p. 500), 501
  • Arcesilaus (Greek sceptical philosopher, born about 316 b.c., founder of the second Academy), tact of, 65; refuses money, 95
  • Archelaus (king of Macedonia, 413–399 b.c.), scorned by Socrates, 303, 305, 307
  • Aristides (Athenian statesman surnamed “the Just,” rival of Themistocles), 259
  • Aristippus (see note, p. 510), 511
  • Aristo (father of Plato), 189
  • Aristogiton (see note a, p. 490), praise of, 491
  • Arrhidaeus (see note a, p. 268), censure of, 269
  • Arruntius (a Roman legacy-hunter), 445
  • Asia, place of exile, 339; army of Xerxes, 429; Sardis, city of, 431
  • Athenian (undertaker), 445
  • Athenians, common wealth of, 443. 491; territory of, 467
  • Athens, Demades at, 443
  • Augustus (Caesar, first emperor of Rome, 27 b.c.–a.d. 14), praise of, 47; generosity of, 101; blamed by Lentulus, 105; moderation of, 175; greater than his father, 191; banished his daughter, 431; sorrow of, 433
  • Bacchus, the benefactor, 41
  • Benacus (Lago di Garda), 213
  • Bion (see note, p. 472), 473
  • Brutus, Marcus Iunius (85–42 b.c., nephew of the younger Cato, one
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