Chariton, Callirhoe

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References consisting of single numerals are to pages; those of three numerals to book, chapter, and section of the Greek text. Lowercase letters refer to the English footnotes. Entries in capitals denote the characters of the novel. C=Callirhoe; Ch=Chaereas; D=Dionysius. A plus sign should be read as “and elsewhere.”

  • abortion considered: 6, 2.9.2–2.11.4
  • Abradates: 245a
  • Achilles: 295a
  • Achilles Tatius: 4, 15f
  • Acragas: 37a
  • Acragas, ruler of, disappointed suitor, schemes to play on Ch’s jealousy: 1.2.4; foiled, adopts a more drastic plan: 1.4.1; his crony: 1.4.1; abuses Ch: 1.5.3
  • Actaeon: 147a
  • Adrastus, an experienced lawyer: 2.1.6
  • Alcinous: 109a
  • Alexander the Great: 12
  • Alexander Paris: 361c
  • Alexander Romance: 10
  • Amphion: 123a
  • Anchises: 103a
  • ancient light fiction: 8f
  • Antonius Diogenes: 9
  • Apelles: 401a
  • Aphrodisias, Chariton’s home town: 1.1.1; possibly the residence of Mithridates (then called Ninoë): 215a
  • Aphrodite, C’s prayers to: 1.1.7, 2.2.7f, 3.2.12f, 3.8.7ff, 7.5.2ff, 8.4.10, 8.8.15f; C compared to: 1.1.2, 2.2.6, 2.5.7, 3.2.14, 3.2.17; C mistaken for: 1.14.1, 2.3.6, 5.9.1; her festival in Syracuse: 1.1.4; her temple in Syracuse: 1.1.4, 5.5.5; rumored to appear to mortals: 1.14.1, 2.2.5; her shrine near D’s country house: 2.2.7, 3.6.3; plans another marriage for C: 2.2.8; D calls to witness: 2.5.12, 3.2.5; D prays to: 5.10.1, 6.2.4; her shrine on Aradus: 7.5.1; takes pity on Ch: 8.1.3; her temple at Paphos: 8.2.7;
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