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Index of Seneca’s Sources

(A brief identification of the lesser known authorities is given in the footnotes at the first occurrence of the name.)

  • Aeschylus, 4.2.17
  • Anaxagoras, 2.12.3; 2.19.1; 4.2.17; 4.3.6; 6.9.1; 7.5.3
  • Anaximander, 2.18.1
  • Anaximenes, 2.17.1; 6.10.1
  • Apollonius of Myndos, 7.4.1; 7.17.1
  • Aratus, 1.14.3
  • Archelaus, 6.12.1
  • Aristotle, 1.1.2; 1.1.7; 1.3.7; 1.8.6; 2.12.4; 6.13.1; 6.14.1; 7.5.4; 7.5.5.; 7.28.1; 7.28.2; 7.28.3; 7.30.1
  • Artemidorus of Parium, 1.4.3; 7.13.1
  • Asclepiodotus, 2.26.6; 2.30.1; 5.15.1; 6.17.3; 6.22.1
  • Attalus, 2.48.2; 2.50.1
  • Balbillus, 4.2.13
  • Berosos, 3.29.1
  • Caecina, 2.39.1; 2.39.2; 2.49.1; 2.56.16
  • Callimachus, 4.2.16
  • Callisthenes, 6.23.2; 6.23.3; 6.23.4; 6.26.3; 7.5.3; 7.5.5
  • Chaldaeans, 2.32.7; 7.4.1; 7.28.1
  • Charmander, 7.5.3
  • Clidemus, 2.55.4
  • Conon, 7.3.3
  • Democritus, 4.9.1; 5.2.1; 5.3.1; 5.4.1; 6.20.1; 7.3.2
  • Diogenes of Apollonia, 2.20.1; 4.2.28; 4.2.30
  • Egyptians, 3.14.2
  • Empedocles, 3.24.1; 3.24.3
  • Ephorus, 7.16.1; 7.16.2
  • Epicurus, 6.20.5; 6.20.7
  • Epigenes, 7.4.1; 7.4.2; 7.6.1; 7.6.3; 7.7.1; 7.7.2; 7.9.1; 7.11.1; 7.17.1
  • Etruscans, 2.32.2; 2.41.1; 2.41.2; 2.45.3; 2.47.1; 2.48.2; 2.50.1
  • Eudoxus, 7.3.2
  • Euripides, 4.2.17
  • Euthymenes, 4.2.22; 4.2.24
  • Fabianus, 3.27.3
  • Heraclitus, 2.56.1
  • Livy, 5.16.4
  • Metrodorus of Chios, 6.19.1
  • Oenopides of Chios, 4.2.26; 4.2.27
  • Panaetius, 7.30.2
  • Pindar, 6.26.2
  • Posidonius, 1.5.10; 1.5.13; 2.26.4; 2.54.1; 4.3.2; 6.17.3; 6.21.2; 6.24.6; 7.20.2; 7.20.4
  • Sallust, 7.8.2
  • Sophocles, 4.2.17
  • Stoics, 1.8.4; 1.15.4; 2.15.1; 3.9.3; 3.13.1; 3.29.2; 4.5.1; 4.5.2; 4.5.4; 4.6.1; 7.20.1; 7.21.1; 7.22.1
  • Strato, 6.13.2
  • Thales, 3.13.1; 3.14.1; 4.2.22; 6.6.1
  • Theophrastus, 3.11.2; 3.11.4; 3.11.5; 3.16.5; 3.25.4; 3.25.7; 3.26.1; 4.2.16; 6.13.1; 7.28.3
  • Thucydides, 6.24.6; 6.26.2
  • Varro, 5.16.3; 5.16.4
  • Zeno, 7.19.1
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