INDEX TO VOLUME 71

Aelian 230 Aeschylus 15, 27 f., 30 ff., 97 ff., 228, 249, 255, 323 f., 346 Agathocles 224 Aldus 69 Alexander 214 ff., 224, 236, 333 Ambrose 58, 60 Ammianus Marcellinus 221 ff., 265 f., 268 Apollodorus of Athens 339 f. Apollonius Rhodius 28, 339 f. Appian 328 Apuleius 106 Arcesilas of Cyrene 228 Aristides 345, 347 f. Aristides Quintilianus 142 Aristophanes 254 ff., 304, 308 ff. Aristotle 72, 77 ff., 224, 226, 228, 252 f. Aristoxenus 144 Arrian 214 f., 219, 223 Artaphrenes 334 ff. Artemidorus of Ephesus 243 Athenaeus 228 Augustine 58, 64, 66 Augustus 341 f. Aurelius Victor 258 f. Ausonius 61 Avienius 165 Bacchylides 30, 228 Bato of Sinope 235 Battiads 228 Benzo of Alessandria 41 f. Bessarion 70, 72 f. Book Reviews Bengtson: Kleine Schriften zur alien Ge- schichte (Badian) 273 Buchheit: Der Anspruch des Dichters in Ver- gils ““Georgika”’ (Putnam) 279 Den Boer: Some Minor Roman Historians (Oost) 294 Diggle and Goodyear (eds.): The Classical Papers of A. E. Housman (Widdows) 368 Edwards: The Language of Hesiod in its Tra- ditional Context (Combellack) 276 Fantham: Comparative Studies in Republican Latin Imagery (Bain) 367 Fedeli: I carme 61 di Catullo (Putnam) 370

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Garlan: La guerre dans l’antiguité (Ander- son) 286

Gauthier: Symbola: Les étrangers et la justice dans les cilés grecques (Oost) 292

Goffart: ““Caput’”’ and Colonate (MacMullen) 187

tGomme and Sandbach (eds.): Menander: A Commentary (tWebster) 182

Grimaldi: Studies in the Philosophy oj Aris- totle’s Rhetoric (Solmsen) 174

tHarris: Sport in Greece and Rome (Ander- son) 289

Henderson: The Maculate Muse (Lloyd- Jones) 356

Highet: The Speeches in Vergil’s “Aeneid” (Sullivan) 290

Holloway: A View of Greek Art (Scranton) 181

Kenney: The Classical Text (Shackleton Bai- ley) 185

Lejeune: Phonétique historique du mycénien et du grec ancien” (Messing) 372

Mason: Greek Terms for Roman Institutions (Drew-Bear) 349

Matthews, J.: Western Aristocracies and Im- perial Court A.D. 364-428 (Clover) 269

Matthews, V. (ed.): Panyassis of Halicar- nassus (West) 172

Nikolitsis: The Batile of the Granicus (Foss) 274

Ogilvie (ed.): Titi Livi “Ab urbe condita” (Luce) 359

Paget: Central Italy: An Archaeological Guide (Oost) 293

Patzer: Dichierische Kunst und poetisches Handwerk im homerischen Epos (Combel- lack) 278

Pedley: Ancient Literary Sources on Sardis (Roebuck) 374

Pritchett (ed. and trans.) : Dionysius of Hali- carnassus: “On Thucydides” (Bowersock) 361

tRose: The Date and Author of the “Satyri- con” (Corbett) 189

Schlumberger: Die “Epitome de Caesaribus” (Barnes) 258

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Simshiuser: Iuridici und Munizi palgerichts- barkeit in Italien (Oost) 195 Sjéqvist: Sicily and the Greeks (Vallet) 193 Ste. Croix: The Origins of the Peloponnesian War (Eddy) 377 Stylow: Libertas und Liberalitas (Oost) 196 Turyn: Dated Greek Manuscripts of the Thir- teenth and Fourteenth Centuries in the Li- braries of Italy (Diller) 188 Van Thiel: Petron: Uberlieferung und Rekon- struktion (Corbett) 191 Walbank: Polybius (Oost) 194 Weingartner: The Unity of the Platonic Dia- logue (Mejer) 365 West: The Imagery and Poetry of Lucretius (Elder) 178 Wimmel: “‘Hirtenkrieg”’ und arkadisches Rom (Putnam) 283 Youtie: The Textual Criticism of Documen- tary Papyri® (Weinstein) 364 Books Received 197 ff., 296 ff., 382 ff. Callisthenes 339 ff. Catullus 37 ff., 86, 120, 207 ff., 338, 348 Cenchreae 106 ff. Cicero (Marcus) 34, 37, 66, 95, 99 ff., 120, 165, 244 ff. Cicero (Quintus) 28 Cinna 328 ff. Claudian 59, 62 Cleisthenes 248 ff. Cleitarchus 218 f. Curtius Rufus 88 f., 214 ff. Cypselids of Corinth 236 Dalmatia 256 f. Deinomenids 224 ff. Dexippus 264 Diodorus Siculus 217 f., 227, 230 f., 234 f., 334 f. Diogenes the Cynic 235 Diogenes Laertius 235 Dionysii (of Syracuse) 224, 226, 232 ff. Dionysius of Halicarnassus 143 f. Donatus 119 Epitome de Caesaribus 258 ff. Eratosthenes 243, 339 f. Eunapius 266 ff. Euripides 4 ff., 27 ff., 114, 131 ff., 255, 305, 307, 311 f. Eusebius 267 Eustathius 47 Eutropius 259 f., 263 ff.

Festus 258

Flavianus 267 f.

Florus 258

Galba 115 f.

Galen 71 ff.

Gelasius of Caesarea 267

Gellius 86

Gelo 229 ff.

Gorgias 104

Granius Licinianus 331 f., 335

Hecaton Rhodius 247

Herodas 165 ff.

Herodianus 107, 221, 264

Herodotus 100, 132, 219, 227, 229 ff., 238, 251, 322 f., 344 ff.

Hesiod 252 f.

Hiero I 227 ff.

Hiero II 224

Hilary 60

Historia Augusta 259, 262 f.

Homer 44 ff., 77, 228, 313, 320 f., 324, 339 ff.

Horace 27 f., 90 ff., 245 ff.

Ignotus 262 f.

Isocrates 102 f., 224, 226

Jerome 63, 120

C. Julius Caesar 88, 97, 341 ff.

L. Julius Caesar 342 f.

Sex. Julius Caesar 341, 343

Justin 218 f., 221

Juvenal 38, 247

Kaisergeschichte 259 ff.

Lactantius 66

Livy 86 f., 89, 99, 214, 222, 253 f., 329, 344

Lucan 113, 115, 117, 216 f., 219

Lucian 167, 247

Lucilius 91, 244, 247

Lucretius 27, 37 f., 92, 120

Lysias 233 f., 304, 318

C. Marius 328, 330 ff.

Marius Maximus 261 ff.

Martial 38 f., 86

Meleager 37

Menander 27, 32

Metellus Pius 330, 334 f.

Nepos 37 f., 101

Obsequens 329

Octavius 328, 330, 332, 334 f.

Origen 63

Orosius 331 f.

Orthagorids of Sicyon 236

Otho 114, 116

INDEX

Ovid 27 f., 38

Paulinus of Nola 61

Pausanias 106

Peisistratids 226, 229, 236, 250 f.

Persius 27, 245, 247

Petronius 120, 171, 245

Petrus Patricius 264, 267

Pheidon of Argos 224

Philistus 232, 235

Philochorus 248, 250

Pindar 14, 30, 227 f., 322

Plato 35, 79 f., 100 ff., 109 ff., 224 ff., 301 ff.

Plautus 86, 164 f.

Plinius maior 220, 237 f., 344

Plinius minor 28, 260 f.

Plutarch 217, 219, 229, 235 f., 239, 250, 330, 332, 334 ff., 347

Polemius Silvius 264

Pollis 226 f., 235

Polyaenus 230

Polybius 103 f., 233 f., 237 ff.

Pompeius Magnus 221, 332 ff.

Pompeius Strabo 328 ff.

Pompeius Trogus 219, 221

Propertius 222

Prudentius 56 ff.

Pseudo-Xenophon (Old Oligarch) 251, 307, 310, 315, 319, 325

Quintilian 89, 119, 214

Sallust 97 ff., 222

Scipio Aemilianus 238 f.

Seneca minor 27 ff., 114 f., 216 f., 245 Septimius Severus 220 f.

Servius 119 f.

Silius Italicus 39, 215 ff.

Sisenna 222

Socrates historicus 267

Solon 249, 308, 318, 321

Sophocles 27, 29 f., 77, 255, 305 f., 321 ff. Statius 38

Strabo 217, 239, 243, 339 f.

Suetonius 27, 115, 261 f.

Sulla 328 ff.

Symmachus 57, 59

Syncellus 264

Tacitus 113 ff.

Terence 27

Theodorus Gaza 67, 69, 72 f. Theodosius 58 f.

Theophrastus 67 ff., 248 f.

Thucydides 25, 97, 101 ff., 249, 251, 311 ff., 344 Timaeus 230, 234

Varro 244 ff.

Velleius Paterculus 102

Vergil 27 f., 33 ff., 38, 63, 119 ff., 337 f. Vespasian 117, 220

Vitellius 117

Xenophon 102 f., 306 ff.

Zenodotus 341

Zonaras 264

Zosimus 264 ff.