Seneca, Natural Questions, Volume II

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Index of Proper Names (Other than those of Seneca’s sources)
  • Abatos, 4.2.7
  • Academy, 7.32.2
  • Achaean War, 7.15.1
  • Achaia, 3.26.5; 6.1.13; 6.1.15; 6.8.2; 7.28.3
  • Adriatic, 3.29.7
  • Aegean Sea, 2.26.4; 6.21.1
  • Aegium, 6.25.4
  • Africa, 3.6.2; 5.18.2; 6.30.3
  • Africus (wind), 5.16.2; 5.16.5
  • Albula waters, 3.20.4
  • Alexander, 3.Pr.5; 5.18.10; 6.23.1; 6.23.2
  • Alexandria, 4.2.18
  • Alps, 3.Pr.6; 4.2.19; 4.11.1
  • Alpheus, 3.26.5; 6.8.2
  • Ambracian Gulf, 3.29.8
  • Ammon, 2.30.2
  • Annaeus, Fidus, 4.Pr.8
  • Antiochus, 7.15.1
  • Antony, 4.2.16
  • Apennines, 4.11.1
  • Apollonia, 1.2.1
  • Apheliotes (wind), 5.16.4
  • Apollonius (the athlete), 4.Pr.8
  • Apulia, 5.17.5
  • Aquarius, 7.27.3.
  • Aquilo, 5.16.2; 5.16.6; 5.18.2
  • Araxes, 6.17.1
  • Arcadia, 3.11.5 (a city on Crete); 3.25.1 (the region)
  • Arethusa, 3.26.5; 3.26.6; 6.8.2
  • Argestes (wind), 5.16.5
  • Argos, 3.26.4
  • Aries (zodiac), 7.27.3
  • Asia, 6.1.13; 6.7.1
  • Asiaticus, Valerius, 2.26.6
  • Atabulus (wind), 5.17.5
  • Atalanta, 6.24.6
  • Ataens, 5.17.5
  • Atlantic, 4.2.22; 4.2.25
  • Attalus (king), 7.15.2
  • Augustus, 1.1.3; 1.2.1; 1.16.1 5.17.5; 7.17.2
  • Auster, 5.16.1; 5.16.6; 5.18.2; 7.17.2
  • Bactria, 5.18.10
  • Baiae, 3.24.3
  • Bathyllus, 7.32.3
  • Belus, 3.29.1
  • Black River, 3.25.3
  • Boeotia, 3.25.3
  • Boreas, 5.16.1
  • Borysthenes, 4.2.20
  • Buris, 6.23.4; 6.25.4; 6.26.3; 6.32.8; 7.5.3; 7.5.4; 7.16.2
  • Caesar, Julius, 5.18.4, 7.17.2
  • Caesar (Octavian), 4.Pr.21
  • Caecias (wind), 5.16.4
  • Calabria, 5.17.5
  • Caligula, see Gaius
  • Cambyses, 2.30.2
  • Campania, 6.1.1; 6.1.2; 6.1.10; 6.1.13; 6.1.15; 6.12.2; 6.25.3; 6.31.1; 6.32.2
  • Campanian (earthquake), 6.27.1
  • Cancer, 3.29.1
  • Capitol, 2.45.1
  • Cappadocia, 3.25.4
  • Capricorn, 3.29.1
  • Caria, 3.19.2
  • Carthage, 3.Pr.6; 4.Pr.21
  • Caspian, 3.29.8
  • Cassander, 3.11.3
  • Castor, 1.1.13
  • Cataracts, 4.2.4
  • Caucasus, 4.2.19
  • Caystrus, 4.2.20, p. 70.
  • Chalcis, 6.17.3; 6.25.4
  • Chaldaeans, 2.32.7; 7.4.1; 7.28.1
  • Charybdis, 3.29.7
  • Chersonese (Rhodian), 3.26.6
  • Cicero, 2.56.1
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