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  • Abrotonon of Thrace, mother of Themistocles (PAA 101398), 13.576c
  • Academus, addressee of Theognis, 7.310b
  • Acesas of Cyprus, weaver, 2.48b
  • Acesias, cookbook author, 12.516c
  • Acestor, tragic poet (PAA 116685; TrGF 25), 6.237a
  • Achaeus of Eretria, tragic poet, TrGF 20 T 7: 10.451c; F 3: 10.417f–18a; F *4: 10.414c–d; F 5: 15.689b; F 5a: 10.416b; F 6: 6.270c; F 7: 9.368a; F 8: 9.376a–b; F 9: 10.427c; F 10: 15.690b; F 12: 4.173d; F 13: 4.173d; F 14: 11.480f; F 17: 14.641d; F 19: 10.451c–d; F 25: 6.270e; F 26: 15.668a–b; F 27: 7.277b; F 32: 6.267d; F 33: 11.466e– f; F 33.1: 11.498d–e; F 41: 1.30f–1a; F 42: 2.63b
  • Achilleus, Homeric hero, 1.10c, 11a, b, 12b–c, 14a, 17e, 23e–f; 2.43d–e with n.; 5.179c, 193a; 6.223a n., 223c n., 226f n., 232d; 10.433b, d; 11.781c, 783b; 13.560b, 601b; 14.624a, 627f, 633c; 15.695b, c, 696c
  • Acontius, love-object in Callimachus, 15.668b
  • Acrisius, king of Argos and father of Danae, 8.345a; 11.466b
  • Acrotatus, king of Sparta (Bradford p. 22), 4.142b
  • Actaeon, prince of Thebes torn apart by his own dogs, 1.1d
  • Adaeus, author of On the Sense of Words, 11.471f
  • Adaeus, general of Philip II, 12.532e
  • Adaeus of Mitylene, author of treatise on sculptors, 13.606a
  • Adeimantus of Lampsacus, associate of Demetrius Poliorcetes (Billows #1), 6.253a, 255c
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  • comic, (Kassel-Austin eds.) fr. 100: 1.20b; fr. 101: 2.35e; fr. *102: 2.39d; fr. *103: 2.49a; fr. *104: 2.67a; fr. *105: 3.74a; fr. *106: 3.113a; fr. *107: 3.126a; fr. *108: 4.165b; fr. *109: 5.219a; fr. *110: 6.270b; fr. *111: 6.270f; fr. *112: 7.307f; fr. 113: 8.352e; fr. *114: 9.376d; fr. *115: 9.381b; fr. *116: 9.401b; fr. *117: 9.406a; fr. *118: 9.407f–8a; fr. 119: 10.415d; fr. *120: 10.433e; fr. 121: 10.458a–d; fr. *122: 12.552b–c; fr. 123: 13.574c; fr. *124: 14.658a; fr. 125: 14.664c–d; fr. *126: 15.700e; fr. 209: 9.390f–1a; fr. *732: 10.426d
  • epic/elegiac, SH 1011: 11.495a
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  • epigrams, FGE 279: 12.543c– d; 279–82: 12.543d; 283–6: 12.543d–e; 287–8: 12.544a; 315–18: 11.465d; 1158–9: 13.576c; 1482–3: 13.609d; 1532–5: 1.19b–c; 1544–5: 2.48b; 1546–9: 6.232c; 1550–1 = SH 1010: 8.337e; 1568–9: 10.454f; 1596–9: 13.589b; 1624–7: 10.436d; 1628–9: 10.442e; 1752–7: 4.162a; 1796–9: 5.215b; 1844–7: 14.629a; 1852–3: 11.782b
  • lyric, PMG 884: 15.694c; 885: 15.694c; 886: 15.694c–d; 887: 15.694d; 888: 15.694d; 889: 15.694d–e; 890: 15.694e; 891: 15.695a; 892: 15.695a; 893: 15.695a–b; 894: 15.695b; 895: 15.695b; 896: 15.695b; 897: 15.695b–c; 898: 15.695c; 899: 15.695c; 900: 15.695c; 901: 15.695c–d; 902: 15.695d; 903: 15.695d; 904: 15.695e; 905: 15.695e; 906: 15.695e; 907: 15.695e; 908: 15.695f; 952: 11.781c–d; 953: 13.599d; 954a–b: 14.633a; 955: 14.636d; 1020: 5.217c
  • parodic, (Olson–Sens eds.) fr. 3: 5.187a; fr. 4: 6.270c; fr. 5: 6.270e–f; fr. 6: 13.571b
  • tragic, (Radt ed.) F 89: 4.156e n.; F 90: 2.48a; F 91: 3.107e; F *91a: 4.155f; F 92: 4.156f n.; F *92a: 4.164b; F 93: 4.164e; F 95: 8.336b–c; F 96: 10.433e–f; F 97: 10.457b
  • Adiatomus, king of Sotiani, 6.249a–b
  • Admete, daughter of Eurystheus, 15.672a–d
  • Admetus, king of Pherae, 15.695b
  • Adon, Phrygian pipe-player (Stephanis #53), 14.624b
  • Adonis, beloved of Aphrodite, 2.69b–d; 4.174f; 10.456a– b; 13.566d, 575a
  • Adramytes, king of Lydia, 12.515e
  • Adrastus, one of Seven Against Thebes, 6.222c n., 222d; 11.459d, 468a
  • Adrastus of Aphrodisias, Peripatetic philosopher, 15.673e with n.
  • Adreste, slave-woman of Homeric Helen, 5.191a
  • Aegeus, father of Theseus, 13.556f
  • Aegilus, Attic hero, 14.652e
  • Aegimus, author of treatise on cake-making, 14.643e
  • Aegina, lover of Zeus, 13.566d
  • Aegisthus, Homeric hero, 1.14b
  • Aegle, wife of Theseus, 13.557a
  • Aelius Asclepiades, author of treatise on wreaths, 15.676f, 679b
  • Aelius Tubero, cleverly evaded sumptuary law, 6.274c–d
  • Aemilianus Maurus, grammarian and deipnosophist,
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