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  • 282, 396, 483
  • Antimachus of Colophon, poet, C. 444–C. 390 B.C.: 269, 477
  • Antipater, unknown scholar: 23
  • Antipater of Sidon, epigrammatist, died c. 125 B.C.: 6, 46, 211, 213
  • Antipater of Thessalonica, epigrammatist, fl, c. 10 B.C.–20 A.D.: 47
  • Aphthonius, metrician, 3rd c. A.D.: 293, 501
  • Apollas, Alexandrian scholar, 3rd c. B.C. (?): 377
  • Apollodorus, composer of hymns, c. 500 B.C.: 294–95
  • Apollodorus, Alexandrian scholar, 3rd c. B.C.: 31, 377
  • ‘Apollodorus’, mythographer, 1st or 2nd c. A.D.: 98, 159, 223, 233, 307, 311, 455
  • Apollonides, tragedian, 2nd c. B.C.: 187
  • Apollonius of Rhodes, epic poet, 3rd c. B.C.: 63, 459; see also Scholiast
  • Apollonius the Sophist, lexicographer, fl. c. 100 A.D.: 515
  • Apollophanes, comic poet, c. 400 B.C.: 291
  • Apostolius, compiler of proverbs, 15th c. A.D.: 44, 168, 368, 430, 466, 482, 504, 534, 563
  • Apuleius, Roman philosopher and novelist, born c. 123 A.D.: 505
  • Aratus, poet, c. 315–240/39 B.C.: see Achilles Tatius
  • Arcadius of Antiocheia, grammarian, 4th c. A.D.(?): 268
  • Archilochus of Paros, iambic and elegiac poet, c. 680–640 B.C.: 51, 55, 161, 183
  • Archytas of Tarentum, mathematician, first half of 4th c. B.C.: 255
  • Arctinus, epic poet, 8th c. B.C.(?): 107
  • Arion, musician and poet, late 7th c. B.C.: 1, 2, 9, 16–25, 191, 207, 301, 309, 483
  • Aristarchus, textual critic, 217–145 B.C.: 173, 487, 591
  • Aristias, son of Pratinas of Phlius, composer of satyr-plays, first half of 5th c. B.C.: 291, 319, 321
  • Aristides, Aelius, rhetorician, 2nd c. A.D.: 32, 95, 167, 379, 421, 465, 517, 523, 531, 534, 541, 542, 555, 562; see also Scholiast
  • Aristocles of Rhodes, grammarian, 1st c. B.C.: 23
  • Aristodemus, scholar, 2nd c. B.C.: 591
  • Aristodemus, historian, 4th c. A.D.(?): 534
  • Ariston of Ceos, Peripatetic philosopher, second half of 3rd c. B.C.: 333
  • Aristonicus, scholar, Augustan era: 51, 119
  • Aristophanes, comic poet, c. 450–385 B.C.: 10, 12, 50, 127, 185, 217, 299, 329, 347, 355, 371, 381, 513; see also Scholiast
  • Aristophanes of Byzantium, Alexandrian grammarian, c. 257–180 B.C.: 158, 176, 309, 329, 437, 451, 482, 559
  • Aristotle, philosopher, 384–322
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  • B.C.: 2, 35, 39, 171, 305, 339, 343, 346, 365, 367, 373, 381, 383, 436, 457, 498, 505, 507, 545, 559; see also Scholiast
  • Aristoxenus, philosopher and musical theorist, born 375–360 B.C.: 10, 11, 193, 297, 301, 309
  • Arsenius, son of Apostolius, compiler of proverbs, c. 1500 A.D.: 168, 424, 466
  • Asius of Samos, epic poet, 6th or 5th c. B.C.: 269
  • Athenaeus, writer of miscellanies, fl. c. 200 A.D.: 27, 51, 63, 79, 81, 89, 91, 103, 133, 161, 167, 171, 191, 193, 209, 255, 257, 269, 273, 275, 279, 281, 305, 307, 309, 315, 317, 321, 323, 325, 329, 349, 353, 355, 363, 381–82, 438, 445, 447, 453, 467, 469, 485, 491, 493, 501, 505, 509, 511, 532, 554–55, 571
  • Ausonius, Latin poet, died c. 395 A.D.:211
  • Bacchylides, choral lyric poet, c. 520–450 B.C.: 147, 177, 181, 191, 241, 333, 433, 485, 487, 505
  • Basil, bishop of Caesarea, c. 330–379 A.D.: see Scholiast
  • Bassus, Caesius, Roman lyric poet and metrician, 1st c. A.D.: 189, 292
  • Bobbio fragment on metres (found at Bobbio in Italy): 189
  • Callimachus, poet, c. 305–240 B.C.: 307, 333, 345, 349, 377, 495, 509, 587
  • Callistratus, scholar, 2nd c. B.C.: 509
  • Catullus, Latin poet, c. 84–54 B.C.: 357
  • ‘Censorinus’, writer on music, 3rd c. A.D.(?): 503
  • Chamaeleon of Pontus, Peripatetic philosopher and grammarian, c. 350–after 281 B.C.: 5, 10, 11, 13, 51, 97, 185, 191, 255, 305, 349, 355, 363, 511, 533
  • Choerilus of Athens, tragic poet, late 6th and early 5th c. B.C.: 11, 319
  • Choeroboscus, Georgius, grammarian, 8th–9th c. A.D.: 168,175,281, 368, 495
  • Christodorus, epic poet, 5th c. A.D.: 59
  • Chrysippus, Stoic philosopher, c. 280–207 B.C.: 53, 273
  • Cicero, Roman orator and philosopher, 106–43 B.C.: 31, 33, 37, 45, 217, 337, 351, 363, 375, 541, 589
  • Cinaethon of Lacedaemon, epic poet, 7th c. B.C.(?): 483
  • Clement of Alexandria, Christian writer, c. 150–c. 213 A.D.:193, 301, 463, 466, 505; see also Scholiast
  • Cleobulus, tyrant of Lindos, poet, fl. c. 600 B.C.: 465
  • Clonas, poet and musician, 7th c. B.C.: 203
  • Codex Lipsiensis, ed. Reitzenstein, Gesch. Etym. (1897): 396
  • Cohn’s Paroemiographen (1887): 382
  • Comes Natalis, mythographer, mid-16th c. A.D.: 311
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