Cicero, Rhetorica ad Herennium

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Except for the writings of Cicero, references in the Introduction and notes to works later than the Rhetorica ad Herennium are not listed in this Index.

  • Abridged comparison, 377, 379–381
  • abscisio, form of emphasis, 400, 402. See also praecisio.
  • absolute, subtype of juridical issue, 43–45, 91–97, 85, 89
  • abusio, trope, 342
  • Abydus, 405
  • Academic doctrine, 94 n. See also Plato.
  • accident, subhead of plea of exculpation, 45, 101–103; Blind Accident, 123
  • Accius, Lucius, 45, 95, xvii n., 134 n.
  • accumulation, figure of thought, 361–365
  • accusation, in conjectural issue, 53
  • Achilles, 34 n., 134 n., 385 n.
  • acknowledgement of the charge, subtype of assumptive juridical issue, 45, 99–105
  • acrimonia, 276, 312, 330, 350, 354, 366
  • actio, 88
  • actor’s delivery, 199, 203
  • adcuratio (cura), 190, 192
  • adding letters, in paronomasia, 302, 304
  • adjunction, figure of thought, 323
  • adnominatio. See paronomasia.
  • adprobatio, division of conjectural issue, 62, 72–78
  • adrisio. See smile of approbation.
  • adtenuata (extenuata) figura, 252, 260, 262, 266
  • advantage. See utilitas.
  • Aeneas, 347
  • aequitas, in definition of justice 162
  • aequum et bonum, source of Law, 82, 86, 90, 94
  • Aeschines, 278 n., 284 n., 324 n.
  • Aesopus, (Clodius), 217
  • Africa, 32, 158 n.
  • Agamemnon, 31, 217, 345, 109 n., 134 n., 340 n.
  • agility, physical attribute, in epideictic, 175, 181
  • agreement, source of Law, 91, 95–97
  • Ajax, 35, 53, 109–113, 34 n., 108 n., 134 n.
  • Albensians, 139
  • Alexander (Paris), 331
  • Alexander of Macedon, 307, 247 n.
  • Alexandria, 159
  • Alexis, 282 n.
  • allegory, trope, 345–347
  • Allies, Italian, 161, 259–261, 285
  • alliteration, excessive, 271–273
  • ambiguity, means of provoking laughter in introduction, 19; subtype of legal issue, 35, 37, treatment, 85–87; in emphasis, 401; fault in argumentation, 131
  • amphibolies, 87
  • Amphion, 137
  • amplification, subhead of embellishment, in epicheireme, 113, 141, 143, faulty, 143; in plea for mercy, 105; subhead of conclusion, 145, 147–151, in epideictic, 183; tone of, aspect of flexibility, 197, 199, 201, in physical movement, 203–205; and grand style, 255; and personification, 401; purpose of reduplication, 325; and ocular demonstration, 409; of virtues in deliberative speaking, 167
  • analogy, emphasis through, 401, 403; of memory and wax, 208 n.; and anomaly, 186 n. See also comparison, simile, similitudo.
  • anastrophe, means of hyperbaton, 337–339
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