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Index of passages




Aelius Aristeides:

36.41–63 199

36.112 182

28.45 182

Alexander (Rhetor): On Figures 2.24 227

Aristophanes: Peace 242–5 74

Arrian:

Anabasis 5.4.3 196

Periplous of the Black Sea

1–16 267

1 266

2.3 267

5 267

11.1 269

12.5 269

13.6 269

25.1 269

Athenaios:

6.234d 253

13.588c–589b 254

Cassius Dio: 69.16.1–2 36

Cicero:

Ad fam. 4.5.4 45–46

Brutus 51 221, 232

284–88 181

286–7 222

315–316 221

325 221

De divinatione 2.116 199

De legibus 1.1.5 199

In Verrem 4.59 246

Orator 24–29 221

25 221, 232

27–29 181

27 224, 230

29 198

30 219

168–173 224

226 222, 229

230–231 221, 227

230 222

231 224, 230

[Cornutus]: 96 49

111 49

[Demetrios]: On Style 48: 219

209–220 49

Diodoros the Periegete (FGrH 372):

F1–33 251

F35 253, 258

F36 254

F37 252, 253

F38 253

Diodoros Siculus: 1.69.6 199

2.15.2 199

2.55.1–59.9 203

2.55.1–60.5 6, 203

11.65.3–5 299

Dion of Prusa (Dio Chrysostomus): 1.5 44

1.45 44

1.50 44

18.10 200

31.112 43

see also Favorinus

Dionysios of Halikarnassos: Ancient Orators 2 221

Letter to Gnaeus Pompeius 3 198, 208

Lysias 7 49

On Composition 4 222, 224

12 198, 227

18 222, 223, 224

19 198, 227

On the Ancient Orators 1–3 235–236

On Thucydides 23 198

24 219, 235

51 235

Roman Antiquities 20.9.1–10.1 287

Dionysios the Periegete: 398 58

Dionysios, son of Kalliphon: 31 58

Etymologicum Magnum: s.v. ‘Aϕέσιος 58

Euripides: Medea 68–69 155

Favorinus: [Dion] 37.1 147

37.7 149, 199

37.26 147

37.36 149

Galen: Alim. Fac. 6.51 184

6.490 184

6.579 185

6.641 185

Anat. Admin. 2.393 199

Bon. Mal. Suc. 6.780–81 185

Ord. Lib. Prop. 19.60–61 184

UP 3.92 185

Harpokration: s.v. Ἑρμαĩ 261

Ἐκατόμπɛδον 261

Κɛραμɛικός 261

Hegesias (FGrH 142): F1–4 223

F5 223–224, 226

F6 224

F7 223, 224, 227

F8 224, 227

F9 227

F11 227

F12 223, 224, 227

F13 223

F14 223, 227

F15–17 227

F15 224

F16–17 223

F17 224

F18 223, 224

F20 223, 224

F23 223

F24 222, 223, 224

F25 223, 224

F27–29 223

Heliodoros of Athens (FGrH 373): F1 253

F2 253

F5 253

F8 254

Herakleides Kritikos: F1 259

F2 259

F3 58, 259

Hermogenes: On Forms 2.4 (408 Rabe) 198

2.12 (409–410 Rabe) 220

[Hermogenes]: Progymnasmata 10 49

Herodotos: 1.1. 195

1.5 46, 55, 200, 224–225, 283, 313

1.6 197

1.8–13 198

1.8 200, 201, 208

1.14 50

1.27 59

1.32 193, 194

1.50–51 50

1.85 197

1.92 59, 198

2.2 38

2.12 198

2.29 244

2.34 198

2.40 200

2.49 209

2.56 59

2.99 200

2.143 205

2.161 200

2.171 208

2.182 59

3.39 59

3.40 193

3.69 49

3.80 182, 200

3.113 202

3.122 197

3.136–7 59

4.36 198

4.42 197

4.76 59

4.79 200

4.127 198

4.182–184 192

4.205 194

5.75 287–288

5.84 287–288

5.92 155

5.97 194

5.119 197

6.49 59

6.55 198

6.94 59

6.106 59

6.112 197

7.20 285

7.46 193

7.49 200

7.132 59

7.152 194, 198, 307–308

7.157 59, 60

7.168 60

7.172 59

7.175–233 192

7.175 59

7.176 59

7.177 59

8.15 59

8.105 197

8.35–39 192

9.16 194

9.64 197

9.109 200

Hesiod: Theogony 360 313

Works and Days 11–20 317

Historia Augusta: Vita Hadriani 1.5 36

Homer: Iliad 2.212–221 206

2.559–569 71, 115

18.478–608 49

Odyssey 11.122 286

Homeric Hymn to Demeter: 418–420 314

Horace: Epistle 2.1.156–7 33–34

Inscriptions:

IG I2.108.38 252

IG II2.205.5 240

IG II2.1773 240

IG II2.1776 240

IG II2.7447 247

IG III.1335 247

IG IV.723 247

IG V.1.559 19–20

IG VIII.281 251

IG XII.2.484.23–29 247

IvO 77 247

IvO 83 247

IvO 110 247

IvO 120 247

Josephus: Against Apion 1.16–17 199

Julian: Caesares 326a–b 43, 44

Justin: 25 287, 288

Ktesias of Knidos (FGrH 688): F1b 199

Libanios: Epistle 315 207

Progymnasma 8.4 206

8.8 206

9.1 206

9.2 206

9.4 207

Longinus [?]: On the Sublime 13–14 190

22 198, 219, 227

26 198, 244

28 198

31 198

38 198

43 198

Longus: Dapnis and Chloe 1.1–3 50

Lucian: Charon 13 198

Dialogues of the Dead 6.1 250

Herodotos, or Aetion 1 204

How to Write History 17 204

18 200

19–20 201

19 201, 204

20 201

23 204

27–28 201

27 201

42 202

54 204

Lives for Sale 3 198

14 198

On the Hall 20 198, 201

On the Syrian Goddess 1 196, 198

2 197, 209

3 198

4 197

6 198

7 198

8 198, 203

9 197, 198

10 198

11–16 198

11 198

13 198

14 198, 204

15 198, 204

16 197, 204

19–22 198

21 197

27 198

28 198

34 197

36 197, 198

37 203

40 198

60 196, 198

True Stories 1.3 202

1.4 202

1.9–26 203

1.30–2.2 203

2.31 202

[Lucian]: Amores 8 246

Manetho: Against Herodotos (FGrH 609): F13 199

Marcellinus: Life of Thucydides 16 252

51 219

56 219

Nikolaos: Progymnasmata 67–70 49

Pausanias:

Book 1 13, 18, 68, 72, 74, 78, 79, 85, 201, 240, 249, 275–295, 300, 301, 302

1.1.1 13, 70, 175–177, 227, 265–271, 275, 279

1.1.2–5 261

1.2.1 137

1.2.2–4 138

1.2.3 136

1.2.4–6 134, 292, 295

1.2.4 14–15, 136

1.2.6 172

1.3.1–1.8.2 26

1.3.3 277, 310

1.3.5–4.6 192

1.3.5 60

1.4.1–6 276, 279

1.4.2 60

1.4.5 282

1.5.2–4 172, 292

1.5.2 195, 276, 277

1.5.4 194

1.5.5 9

1.6.1 277–278, 290–292

1.6.3 279, 280, 289

1.6.7 279, 289

1.6.8 277

1.7.1 288

1.7.3 278, 279

1.8.1 279, 281, 289

1.8.5 290

1.8.6 280

1.9.1–13.9 189

1.9.3 293

1.9.4 280

1.9.5–10.5 281

1.9.5 292

1.9.7 282

1.10.2–5 289

1.10.3 281, 288

1.11.1–13.9 281–289

1.11.5 57, 60

1.11.6 283, 284

1.11.7 60, 284

1.12.1 16, 284

1.12.2 304

1.12.3 285

1.12.4–5 301

1.12.5 57, 286

1.13.1 285

1.13.2–3 286

1.13.4 286

1.13.5 286

1.13.6 304

1.13.8 287

1.13.9 287

1.14.1 154

1.14.6 154, 155

1.14.7 310

1.16.1–3 289–290

1.16.2 198

1.16.3 289

1.17.1 310, 312

1.17.5 67

1.19.6 154

1.20.4–7 276

1.21.3 306

1.22.6–7 79

1.22.7 254

1.23.2 254, 291

1.23.4 57

1.23.7 14, 252

1.24.5 274, 306

1.24.8 11

1.25.2–26.3 276, 277

1.25.3 64, 194

1.25.8 1, 12

1.26.4 55–58, 193, 249

1.26.5 3, 217–218

1.26.6 128, 277

1.27.5 189

1.28.6 310

1.29.1–7 296

1.29.11 313

1.30.4 311

1.31.1 189

1.32.3 121

1.33.3–6 192

1.33.5 192

1.34.1 73, 296

1.34.2 57

1.35.1 296

1.35.2 121

1.35.3 297

1.35.8 246

1.35.9 297

1.36.2 189, 246

1.37.4 8, 79

1.38.4 128

1.39.3 12, 15, 62

1.39.4–40.1 134

1.39.4–6 296

1.39.4 68

1.40.1–41.8 139

1.40.1 135, 136

1.40.5 296

1.41.2 27

1.41.2 154

1.41.2 246

1.42.1–43.8 140

1.44.4 132

1.44.5 129

1.45.10 78

Book 2 69–72, 76, 78, 79, 91, 92, 95, 97–118

2.1.1–3 99

2.1.2 147, 300

2.1.3 78

2.1.4 99

2.1.5–6 99

2.1.5 47, 99, 112

2.1.6–7 100

2.1.6 47

2.1.7 39

2.2.3 100

2.2.4 100, 101, 136

2.2.6 15, 135, 147, 149

2.2.7 150

2.2.8 150–153, 314, 315

2.3.1 150, 153, 168

2.3.2–5 171

2.3.2 155

2.3.3 155

2.3.4 8, 155

2.3.5 39, 155, 156, 169, 173

2.3.6–4.5 102, 171

2.3.6–11 300

2.3.6 3, 158

2.3.7 148, 158, 310

2.3.8–11 158

2.4.1–4 300

2.4.1 158, 161

2.4.2–5 158

2.4.5 133, 158, 169

2.4.6–7 171

2.4.6 154, 163

2.4.7 163

2.5.1–4 101, 295

2.5.4 105, 165

2.5.5 102, 165

2.5.6–7.2 102

2.7.1 70

2.7.2 102

2.7.3 102

2.7.4–5 134

2.7.4 102

2.7.5 135, 136, 314, 315

2.8.1–9.5 281

2.8.1 322

2.8.2–9.5 276, 294

2.8.6 298

2.9.7 246

2.11.3 103, 314, 315

2.12.2 118, 154

2.12.3–13.1 134

2.12.3 62, 103, 135

2.13.5–6 310

2.15.1 104, 165

2.15.2 7, 104, 108, 118

2.15.3 154

2.15.4–16.5 298

2.15.4 105

2.16.2 195

2.16.5 105, 277, 298

2.17.1 105

2.17.3 154

2.17.4 8, 154, 307, 308–309

2.18.1–3 105

2.18.1 105

2.18.3–24.3 133, 142, 144

2.18.3 136

2.18.4–24.4 148

2.18.4–19.2 105, 136, 299

2.18.7–9 299

2.19.1–2 299

2.19.3–20.7 138

2.19.3 105, 135, 136

2.19.5 138

2.19.8 310

2.20.3 314, 315

2.20.5 118, 138, 310

2.20.8–10 288

2.21.1 138

2.21.2 310

2.21.4 139, 287, 310

2.21.8 310

2.21.10 310

2.22.3 310

2.22.8 287

2.23.3 310, 311

2.23.6 246

2.23.7–8 142

2.24.5–7 95

2.24.5 79, 107, 108

2.24.6 108

2.24.7 70

2.25.1–6 78

2.25.1–3 92

2.25.1 108

2.25.2 70

2.25.3 315

2.25.4–6 108

2.25.5 82, 108

2.25.6 108, 121

2.25.7 109

2.25.8 109, 118

2.25.9 109

2.25.10 109, 129

2.26.1–2 110

2.26.1 109, 110

2.26.2 110

2.26.3–10 110

2.27.1–7 110

2.27.7 110, 154

2.28.2 82

2.28.3–7 110

2.28.3 110

2.29.1 111

2.29.2–5 111, 299

2.29.2 111

2.29.5 299, 300

2.29.6–30.2 111

2.29.6 134

2.30.3 111

2.30.4 8

2.30.5–31.1 134

2.30.5–10 112, 299

2.30.5 111

2.30.6 215

2.30.10–31.1 112

2.31.1 135, 304

2.33.1–2 112

2.33.3 194

2.34.1 112, 128

2.34.4 113, 298

2.34.6 113

2.34.7–10 123

2.34.7 113

2.34.11 128

2.35.2 143

2.35.3 143, 314

2.35.7 215

2.35.8 8

2.36.1 113

2.36.2 113

2.36.3 113, 114

2.36.4 114, 119

2.36.6 115–116

2.36.7 115

2.36.8–37.6 115

2.37.6 8

2.38.1–2 115

2.38.2 115, 119

2.38.4–5 82

2.38.4 78

2.38.5–7 70

2.38.5 73

2.38.6 129

2.38.7 154

Book 3 68, 74, 76, 78, 79, 85–86, 91, 97, 114, 116, 121, 122, 273, 291, 298–300, 301, 311, 315

3.1.1–10.8 189, 301

3.1.1 78, 85

3.1.2 277

3.4.8 60

3.5.4 189

3.6.1–3 301

3.7.11 220

3.9.7 194

3.10.6–11.1 85

3.11.1–2 133, 136

3.11.1 15, 62, 273

3.11.2–18.5 148

3.11.2 135, 150

3.11.4 150, 321

3.11.6 189

3.11.9 20, 150

3.12.8 20

3.13.7 257

3.16.2 319

3.16.8 290

3.17.1–18.1 257

3.17.7 195

3.18.6 85, 121

3.18.8 216

3.19.6 129

3.19.7–20.7 85

3.20.2–3 121

3.20.8–21.3 85

3.21.1 154

3.21.4 85–86, 129

3.21.5 128

3.21.7 86, 128

3.22.6 129

3.22.8 128, 129

3.22.9 321

3.24.1 128

3.24.3 74

3.25.9–26.11 74

3.26.7 128

3.26.11 78

Book 4 68, 72, 76, 79, 86, 91, 95, 122, 227, 301, 317

4.1.1–30.1 189

4.4.1–27.11 263

4.1.1 91

4.5.3 57

4.5.9 128

4.7.6 304

4.7.11 189

4.8.1. 304

4.8.10 189

4.8.11 304

4.11.4 189

4.13.4 313

4.17.1 20

4.17.2 198

4.23.9 57

4.25.5 189

4.29.3 313

4.30.2–4.31.2 76, 91

4.30.3 314, 316

4.30.6 198

4.31.1–3 91

4.31.2 189

4.31.4 91, 128

4.31.6 135

4.31.10 314

4.32.4 319

4.33.3 136

4.33.4 91

4.33.6 246

4.34.1–36.7 91

4.34.6 143

4.34.8 128

Book 5 13, 68, 72, 79, 85, 95, 122, 191

5.1.1 70, 78

5.1.2 9

5.4.7–5.1 302

5.5.3–6.7 85

5.7.3 277

5.9.6 128

5.10.7 246

5.12.1–3 191

5.13.7 9

5.14.2 60

5.15.2 61

5.15.6 314

5.15.11 8

5.17.3 314, 316

5.18.6–7 241

5.20.4–5 246

5.21.9 246

5.25.6 57

5.26.5 57

5.27.12 57

Book 6 13, 68, 72, 74, 79, 85, 95, 122, 191

6.2.7 314

6.3.8 194, 198

6.11.4 198

6.13.11 216

6.16.2 289

6.19.4 220

6.19.11 256

6.21.2 39

6.21.3–22.6 85

6.22.7 129

6.22.8 129

6.24.2–6 144

6.24.5 128

6.25.4 316

6.26.6 82

6.26.10 74, 79

Book 7 26, 68, 72, 74, 79, 91, 95

7.2.1–7.5.13 72

7.2.9 57

7.3.1 57

7.3.6 57

7.3.7 57

7.5.13 60

7.6.1–17.7 189

7.6.7 57

7.6.8 63–64

7.7.6 57

7.8.2 189

7.8.7 189

7.10.1 61

7.10.5 61

7.16.10 61

7.17.2 313

7.17.4 48

7.17.8 319

7.18.1 183, 189

7.18.8 135

7.18.11–13 191

7.20.6 17–18, 26

7.20.9–21.6 159

7.21.14 154

7.22.1 132

7.22.6 132

7.23.4 154

7.24.8 214

7.25.5 128, 154

7.26.8 316

7.26.10 128

7.27.1–4 134

7.27.5 74

7.27.8 128

7.27.12 103

Book 8 68, 72, 76, 78, 79, 81, 91–95, 121–122, 308

8.1.1–3 70, 121

8.2.2 74

8.2.3–4 312

8.2.4–5 305–306

8.2.4 305, 319

8.3.4 74

8.3.6–7 306

8.5.1 74

8.6.1–3 63, 301–302

8.6.2 74

8.6.4 78, 121

8.7.4 129

8.7.6 198

8.8.2–3 303

8.8.2 306

8.8.3 303–305

8.9.2–6 159

8.9.7 318

8.10.2–12.1 93

8.12.2–5 93

8.12.2 94, 122, 129

8.12.5–13.1 93

8.13.4 93

8.13.5–6 93

8.13.6 154

8.14.4 135

8.15.5 93

8.15.8 121

8.16.1 93, 308

8.16.5 121

8.16.6–19.1 93

8.17.1–5 308

8.18.7 154

8.21.2 191

8.22.1 74, 76, 93

8.22.2 308

8.23.1 74, 76

8.23.3 93, 128

8.24.8 129

8.25.12 93

8.26.3 121

8.26.5 93, 128

8.26.6 128

8.27.1–17 93

8.27.1 47

8.27.5 129

8.27.11–30.1 133

8.28.1 93, 129

8.28.3 122

8.28.4 94

8.30.1–2 136

8.30.2 135, 142

8.30.7 314

8.30.8 142, 150

8.31.1 142

8.31.8 142

8.32.2 142

8.32.5 135

8.33.1–4 193–194, 313

8.33.1 144

8.34.1–35.1 94

8.34.1 121

8.35.1 121

8.35.3 94, 121

8.35.5 94, 122

8.36.1–3 122

8.36.5 94, 312

8.36.9–43.6 94

8.37.9 8

8.38.2 308

8.42.11 8

8.43.1 129

8.43.4 60

8.43.5 11

8.43.6 9

8.44.1 94

8.44.5 154

8.45.1 128

8.45.4 135

8.45.5 60

8.49.1–52.6 276, 281, 294

8.52.1 41

8.52.2 57

8.52.3 220

8.54.1 94, 121

8.54.4–5 121

8.54.4 94

8.54.5 95

8.54.7 70, 79

Book 9 68, 74, 79, 88–89, 97, 117–118, 173, 249, 308

9.1.1 73

9.2.3 309

9.2.5 134

9.6.5 64

9.8.4–7 89, 136

9.10.1 134

9.13.1–15.6 281, 294

9.13.2 313

9.16.1 314

9.17.6 194

9.18.1–22.7 89

9.18.3–19.6 96

9.19.5–20.3 134

9.19.6 89

9.20.1 96

9.20.3 96

9.20.4–21.6 191

9.20.4–21.1 306

9.22.1 96

9.22.2–4 124

9.22.5 89

9.23.1–4 89

9.23.4–24.5 89

9.23.5 128

9.23.7 89, 154

9.24.1 128

9.24.3 129

9.24.4 89, 128

9.24.5 128

9.25.1 89

9.25.5 8, 89

9.26.4 89, 119

9.26.8 314

9.27.7 319

9.28.1 89

9.30.9 67

9.32.1 89

9.32.4 128

9.32.5 89, 119

9.33.5 129

9.34.3 150

9.34.6–37.8 189

9.35.4 198

9.36.4 198

9.36.5 189

9.37.6 189

9.39.1 97, 112

9.39.5–14 8

9.39.9 154

9.39.13 314

9.40.11 315

9.41.6 154

Book 10 17, 67, 68, 72, 79, 82, 86–88, 95, 308

10.1.2 78

10.1.3–3.4 189

10.1.7 189

10.4.1 82, 129–130, 170, 171

10.4.9–5.5 86

10.5.1 82

10.5.5 7

10.8.2 57

10.8.3 57

10.9.11 189

10.11.6 57

10.13.5 57

10.17.1–3 192

10.19.4–23.4 192

10.19.5–23.11 276

10.19.5–23.14 189, 263, 294

10.19.7 289

10.20.9 60

10.22.13 57

10.23.2 189

10.25.1–31.12 79

10.32.1 39, 86

10.32.8–33.1 87

10.32.11 128

10.32.2 7

10.32.7 7

10.33.1 131

10.33.3 87

10.33.6 87

10.33.7–9 130

10.33.7 82

10.33.9 87

10.33.12 82

10.34.1 88

10.34.5 9

10.34.8 304

10.35.1 88

10.35.8 88

10.36.7 154

10.36.10 154

10.37.2 88

10.37.4 87

10.38.1–13 68

10.38.4–13 87

10.38.4 87

10.38.8 128, 154

Periplous of the Black Sea (anonymous): 1 270

Periplous of the Great Sea (anonymous): 1 264–265

Periplous of the Red Sea (anonymous): 1 266

Philostratos: Lives of the Sophists 166 237

488 45

490 237

507 33

511 34, 237

516–518 237

530–544 34

545–566 34

551 39

596 237

599 232

608 237

613 237

Photios: Library 68.34a 196

166.109a–112a 202

Phrynichos: Eclogae s.v. ἀνɛĩναι 184

ἀϕήμɛρος 184

διɛϕθορός 184

ἐξἀπηχυ 184

κατασχἀσαι 184

λέκιθος 184

πρɛτός 184

Pindar: Olympian 12.63–66 155

Plato: Laws 770b 249

Phaedo 109b1 30

Pliny: Natural History 4.1.1 71

4.4.9 77

Plutarch:

Aratos 34 298

Aristeides 16 208

19 208

On Talkativeness 505e 291

On the Oracles of the Pythia 394f 246

395a 247

Demetrios 290

On the Malice of Herodotos 845f 206

854e–f 208

864d 204–205, 206

867a 206

Instructions for Marriage 139c 208

On Exile 607c 208

On Fraternal Love 479b 208

On the Decline of Oracles 417c 208

436c 208

On the Domination of One Man in a Republic 826e 208

On the Eating of Meat 998a 208

On the Proper Method of Listening 37d 208

One Cannot Live Happily Following Epicurus 1086c 208

1093b 208

Pyrrhos 9 283

13.5–6 285

14.3 285

25 286

26 282

34 287

Romulus 28 318

Solon 27 208

Table Talk 636e 208

729a 208

The Virtues of Women 245f 208

Themistokles 7 208

17 208

21 208

32 258

Whether Virtue Can Be Taught 440a 208

Polemon of Ilion: F 1 252

2 252

3a 252, 254

3b 254

4 252

6 252

8 252

9 252

10–13 252

12 252

14–16 254

17 252

18 254

21 253

22 253, 256

24 252

25 252

26 253

27 252, 253, 254

28 254

31–32 252

39–40 252

39 261

41 252

44a–b 254

47 253

49 252

61 252

66 252

72 252

74 252

75 258

79–80 253

83 252, 262

86 261

90 252

Pollux: 2.50 184

2.70 184

2.71 184

2.141 184

Polyainos: 4.11 297

Polybios: 4.36 74

18.5.7 59

pseudo-Skylax: 33 58

37–54 71

46 124

65 58

pseudo-Skymnos: 470 58, 77

516 71

Ptolemy: 3.15.1 59

3.15.14 59

3.16.10 61

Quintilian: 8.2.14 227

8.6.62–65 227

10.1.73 198

12.10.16 223

Sextus Empiricus: AM 1.177 185

Sophokles: Elektra 6–7 135

Stephanos of Byzantium: s.v. ὰπάσας 104

s.v. Τɛυθρανία 282

Strabo: 8.1.1 58

8.1.3 58, 77, 78

8.2.2 70

8.6.1–19 71

8.6.14 74

8.6.21 137, 155

8.6.22 73

8.6.25 102

9.1.3 73

9.1.6–7 68

9.1.6 73

9.1.16 223

9.1.22 73

9.2.6 73

12.3.33 282

12.8.2 282

14.1.41 222

17.1.29 247

Suda: Alpha 4013 199

Delta 1180 196

Kappa 1449 196

Kappa 1482 184

Kappa 1905 196

Pi 1888 251

Pi 2166 199

Tacitus: Annales 1.6 283

Theon: Progymnasmata 2 221, 230

4 220, 227

71 222, 224, 230

118–119 49

Thucydides: 1.1–23 284

1.10 70

1.21 305

1.22 199

2.56 74

5.47 135

Xenophon: Anabasis 4.7.22 269

4.8.22 269

Hellenica 3.1.6 282







General index




Abai 88

Achaea (Peloponnesian territory) 61, 65, 66, 68, 70, 71, 74, 77, 78, 85, 91, 93, 95, 103, 121, 128, 212, 216, 316

Achaean League 63, 64, 91, 276, 302

Achaean war 79, 146

Achaia (Roman province) 32, 38, 39, 45, 56, 59, 61–62, 77, 146, 323

Acheloos river 58

Achilleion (Lakonia) 124

Achilles 49, 65, 206, 287

Achladokampos 108

Actaeon 309

Adonis 203

Adrastos 212

Aegean islands 56, 59, 68

Aegean Sea 176

Aegisthus 3

Aelian 178, 242

Aelius Aristeides ix, 42, 43, 48, 49, 52, 53, 182–183, 188, 205, 207, 302

Aelius Harpokration 199

Aeneas 284

Aeolic dialect 197

Aeschylus 310

Agamemnon 117, 118, 300, 315

Agatharchides of Knidos 223

Agathokles of Syracuse 283

Agathos Theos (Good God) 312

Agesilaos 63, 194, 302

agoras 112, 130, 131, 134, 135, 138–139, 142, 144

   see also Argos: agora; Athens: agora; Corinth: agora

Aigeira (Achaea) 316

Aigiai 128

Aigila 20

Aigina 46, 69, 71, 111, 114, 115, 134, 299–300, 301

Aigosthena 132

Aischines 33, 207

Aitolia 13, 56, 58, 60, 61, 64, 65, 66

Ajax 296

Akarnania 13, 56, 58, 65

Akraiphnion 89, 128

Akriai (Lakonia) 321

Akrisios 105, 109

Alagonia 74, 128

Alalkomenai 129

Alcock, S. ix, 45–46, 127

Alea 74, 76, 93

Alexander Caesar 196

Alexander of Abonouteichos 203

Alexander of Epeiros, son of Neoptolemos 284

Alexander the Great 211, 223, 226, 258, 272, 280, 281, 282, 289

Alexandria 238

Alipheira 93, 128

Alkibiades 254, 285

allegory 49, 304, 309, 316

Alyattes 225

Amazons 137

Ambrakia 58

Ambrossos 88

Ameling, W. 79, 276, 277, 290

Ampheia 128

Amphikleia 87

Amphiktyonic council 56

Amphion 215

Amphissa 87

Amyklai 19, 85, 121, 129, 216

Ananke (goddess) 163

anaphora (not Pausanias) 223

Anthedon 89, 260

Anthene 116, 129

Anti-Atticist, the 185

Antigonos I Monophthalmos 279, 281, 289

Antigonos II Gonatas 275, 286–287

Antikyra 88

Antinoos 319–320, 322

Antioch 254

Antiochos I 279, 290

Antiochos IV Epiphanes 254

Antiochos of Commagene 232

Antiope 137, 194

antiquarianism 312, 314

anti-Roman sentiment 41–45

   see also Pausanias: and the Romans

Antonine Itinerary 264

Antoninus Pius 9, 11, 30, 129, 132

Antonius Diogenes 202

Apesas (Mt.) 104

Aphaia 111

Aphrodite 20, 138, 151, 153, 161, 165, 167, 216, 317

Apollo 32, 105, 110, 135, 138, 143, 146, 151, 155, 156, 158, 160, 167, 216, 287

Apollonios of Tyana 48

apotheosis 305, 317–322

Appian 290, 291

aqueducts 32, 130, 156, 169

Arachnaion, Mt. 109

Arafat ix, 16, 48, 168

Aratos 64, 276, 277, 281, 294, 297, 322

archaism 181, 183, 205, 234

Arelate (Arles) 34

Aretaios of Cappadocia 196

Argolid 69, 70–72, 73, 77, 78, 92, 105–116, 121, 123–125, 298, 300

Argos 37, 70, 72, 78, 79, 91, 95, 101, 102, 104, 105–107, 110, 114, 115, 116, 117–118, 133, 135, 136, 138–139, 144, 148, 165, 245, 286, 288, 298, 299, 300, 310, 315

   agora 105, 135, 287

   Aspis 108

   Deiras gate 108

   Heraion 105, 308

   Tomb of Likymnios 287

Aristaios 305

Aristandros of Paros 216

Aristarchos of Olympia 246

Aristeides: see Aelius Aristeides

Aristogeiton 254

Aristomenes of Messenia 319

Aristonautai 103

Aristophanes of Boiotia 206

Aristotle 288

Arkadia 37, 63, 66, 68, 70, 71, 74–76, 77, 78, 79, 85, 91–95, 104, 107–108, 121–122, 128, 129, 193, 302, 305, 306, 310

Arkas 76

Arrian 31, 186, 188, 231, 238, 272

   Anabasis 195, 211

   History after Alexander 290

   Indica 186, 195, 198, 213

   Periplous of the Black Sea 266–270, 271

Arsinoe II 280, 281

Artemis 20, 100, 108, 110, 129, 143, 149, 150, 156, 191, 259, 290, 309, 311

Asianism 221, 222–224, 227, 228–230, 231–233, 235–236

Asine (Argolis) 71, 110, 113–114, 115, 116, 118–119, 245

Asklepios 48, 49, 103, 110, 129, 143, 159

Asopos (Lakonian city) 86–88

Asopos (Peloponnesian river) 102, 103, 165

asyndeton 232

   see also Pausanias: style: asyndeton

Atargatis 197, 209

Athena 20, 135, 143, 153, 158, 161, 172, 173, 215, 257

Athenaios 178, 184, 242, 253

Athenodoros 44

Athens 31, 36, 37, 64, 66, 72, 77, 79, 117, 120, 134, 136, 137–138, 172, 195, 208, 238, 240, 258, 259, 261, 295–296, 310

   Academy 260

   acropolis 212, 292

   Agora 26, 38, 139, 155, 276, 277, 280, 289, 292

   Areopagus 310

   Athena Nike temple 253

   dêmosion sêma 295

   Eponymous Heroes Monument 277, 295

   Erectheion 3, 217

   Hephaisteion 155

   Kynosarges 260

   long walls 259

   Lyceum 260

   Melitidai gates 252

   Mouseion Hill 1, 12

   Odeion of Agrippa 281

   Odeion of Herodes 18, 26

   Parthenon 3

   Philopappus Monument 1, 12, 39

   Pompeion 14

   Propylaia 254

   Roman agora 312

   Stoa of Attalos 292

   Stoa of Eumenes 292

   Stoa Poikile 289

Atlantes 192

Atreus 3

Attalos I 277, 279, 280, 282

Attic dialect 37, 52, 182–190, 197, 198, 233, 241, 262

   see also Atticism

Attica 66, 68, 73, 77, 85, 112, 124, 128, 149, 175, 252, 297, 300, 310

   Brauron 290

   Eleusis 121

   Eleutherai 79

   Mounychia 259

   Peiraieus 46, 138, 258

   Phaleron 137

   Rhamnous 192

Atticism 52, 178, 181–190, 210, 213, 222, 224, 227, 228, 229, 235–237, 240, 262

Augustus 43, 44, 74, 76, 77, 86, 132, 153, 168, 321

Aulis 96

Ausculum, battle 285

autopsia: see autopsy

autopsy 6, 7, 25, 67, 80, 81, 111, 112, 114, 137, 198, 202, 209, 211, 234, 250, 263, 264, 268, 269

   see also Pausanias as eyewitness

Babylon 289, 290

Baedeker Guide 24, 242

Baslez, M.-F. 196

Bassai 94

baths 32, 39, 155–156, 157, 169

Battle of the Champions 116

Beard, M. 29

Bellerophon 156, 158, 172–173, 286

Berenike 280

Bia (goddess) 163

Bischoff, E. 249, 250, 255, 256

Bithynia 32

Black Sea 31, 266, 270

Blue Guides 24, 242, 244

Boeckh, A. 128, 222, 227–228

Boiotia 68, 70, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81–82, 85, 88–89, 112, 117–118, 124, 127, 137, 206, 259, 303

Boleoi 114

borders 73–77

Boulis 88

Boupalos 314

Bowie, E. 34, 220, 290–292

Brasiai: see Prasiai

Britain 31

Britomartis 305

Brunt, P. A. 33

Byblos 203

Caecilius of Kale Akte 181

Caesar, Gaius Julius: see Julius Caesar

Calaurean League 74

Capitoline triad 168

Cappadocia 240, 266

Caria 236

Casevitz, M. 183

Cassander 12, 297

Cebes see Tabula of Cebes

Chaironeia 32, 79, 86, 88, 130, 205

   Battle of Chaironeia 63, 64, 73, 302

Chalkis 259, 260

Chaon (Mt.) 108

Charadra (Phokis) 87

Chariton 229

Cheimarros (river) 115

Chorseiai 124

Chremonidean war 278, 283

Christianity 48, 51, 312

Cicero 45, 231

Clarke, K. 263

clausulae 224

   see also Pausanias: style; prose rhythm

Cleisthenes 195

Clytemnestra 3

cognitive topography 8–9, 54, 84, 95, 117–118, 139, 145, 147, 166, 173

coinage 148

colonialism 42

Commagene 1

Commodus 184

Corcyra 283

Cordatus 196

Corfu: see Corcyra

Corinth 3, 15–16, 17, 39, 46, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 91, 100, 101, 102–103, 104, 107, 116, 117, 118, 127, 135, 136–137, 201, 206, 245, 300, 310

   Acrocorinth 101, 137, 165, 166

   Acrocorinth road 163–165, 171

   agora: see ‘forum’

   Archaic Temple: see Temple of Apollo

   Asklepieion 159, 160, 162

   Athena Chalinitis shrine 158, 161, 172, 173

   Babbius Monument 151, 167

   Baths of Eurykles 155–156, 157

   Demeter and Kore sanctuary 163

   forum 149, 150–154, 155, 157, 160, 163, 164, 166, 167, 168, 215

   Glauke 158, 160, 161

   gymnasium 162

   Isthmus of Corinth: see Isthmus

   Kraneion 101, 136, 149, 254

   “largest temple in the Peloponnesos” 162–163, 165

   Lechaion road 155–157, 169, 170, 171

   Lerna 158, 162

   odeion 158, 159, 161, 162

   Peirene 155, 156

   Sikyon road 158–163, 171, 172–173

   Temple C 161, 163

   Temple D 151, 167, 315

   Temple E 153–154, 168, 169, 173, 174, 321

   Temple F 151–153, 161, 167, 168

   Temple G 151, 167

   Temple K 151, 167

   Temple of Apollo 3, 146, 160, 163, 173

   Temple of Tyche: see Temple D

   theater 158, 159, 162, 166

   western terrace of forum 151–153, 160, 161, 167, 170

   Zeus Kapitolios shrine 162, 169

Corinth, Battle of 313

Corinth, Gulf of 91

Corinthia 99–104, 107

Corycian Cave 246

cosmopolitanism 31–32, 33, 41, 42, 52, 169

courtesans 253, 254, 257, 262

Crete 13, 65

Croesus 43, 46, 50, 193, 212, 224, 225, 289

Cyprus 64

Cyrene 57, 59, 194

Daidalos 158

Danaos 105

Daulis 86

declamation 33–34

deification: see apotheosis

Deima (deity) 158

Deiphontes 110

Delion 96

Delos 58

Delphi 3, 32, 39, 50, 56, 66, 72, 79, 86–87, 95, 192, 287, 295

Demaratos of Sparta 43

Demeter 20, 37, 96, 105, 113, 163, 287

Demetrios Poliorketes 283, 289

[Demetrios] On Style 219

democracy 39

Demosthenes 5, 37, 41, 52, 181, 194, 229, 251

Dervenaki 104

Didymoi 114

Dikaiarchos of Messene 58, 259

Dio Chrysostom: see Dion of Prusa

Diodoros Siculus 6, 17, 203, 290, 313

Diodoros the Periegete 250–251, 253, 254, 255, 258

Diogenes Laertius 58, 251

Diogenes the Cynic 101, 137, 149

Diomedes 71, 117, 118, 284, 300

Dion of Prusa 42, 43, 147, 200, 202, 205

Dione 317

Dionysios of Byzantium 264

Dionysios of Halikarnassos 181, 208, 219, 222, 223, 224–228, 230, 231, 235–237, 287

Dionysios of Miletos 196

Dionysios the Periegete 58, 249, 251

Dionysios, son of Kalliphon 58

Dionysos 142, 143, 149, 150, 151, 155, 173, 194, 257, 295

Dioskouroi 19, 319

distance measurements: see stadion measurements

Dodona 58, 59, 67, 254, 286

Domitian 44, 45

Dorians 65, 70, 71, 77, 78, 110, 115, 117, 118, 297, 298, 299, 300

Doric dialect 241

Doris 56

Douris of Samos 290

Eastern Lokris: see Lokris, Opuntian

ecphrasis 49, 201

education 30, 33, 36–37, 44, 52, 181, 189, 190, 206–207, 220, 231, 242, 243, 270

Egypt 31, 37, 48, 179, 203, 209, 244, 247

Eide, T. 220

Eileithyia 105, 165

Elateia 87, 88, 136

Elephantine 244

elephants 4, 29, 273, 285

Eleusis: see Attica: Eleusis

Eleutherolakones: see Free Lakonian League

Elis (territory) 13, 66, 68, 71, 74, 77, 78, 85, 89, 91, 93, 121, 128, 129, 302, 316

Elis (city) 144, 150, 155

Elsner, J. ix, 8, 57, 79, 204, 209, 210, 243, 307, 322

emperor cult 19, 34, 39, 51, 168, 169, 267, 317–322

enargeia 49–51, 244

enkômia 206

Epameinondas 281, 291, 294

Epeiros 56, 58, 60, 64, 68, 281–289, 293, 301

Ephesos 59, 281

Ephoros 58, 71, 78, 79

Epictetus 269

Epidauros 69, 70, 71, 72, 109–110, 111, 114, 115, 117

Epiknemidian Lokris: see Lokris, Opuntian

Erasinos (river) 108, 115

Eratosthenes 249

Ereneia (Megarid) 129

Eretria 59, 61

Erichthonios 295

Eros 281, 316–317

Erymanthos (river) 93

Ethiopia 192

ethnic identity 7–8, 59, 65, 74, 76, 147

   see also local identity

ethnography 191, 209, 211, 213, 233, 248, 262, 263

Eua 116, 129

Euboia 56, 65, 121, 259

Eudamos, Sextus 19–20

Eudoxos of Knidos 73

euergetism 36–37, 39, 40

Eumenes I 280

Eumenes II 280

Eumenes of Kardia 279

Eumenides 310

Euodianos 237

Euphrates river 197

Eupolis 102

Euripides 43, 150, 310

Euripos 89, 96

Eurotas (river) 85, 121

Eurykles of Sparta 39, 156, 171

Eustathios 250

exegetes: see guides

eyewitness testimony: see autopsy, Pausanias as eyewitness

Farnell, L. R. 29

Fates 163, 316, 317

Favorinus 34, 147, 148, 149, 173

focalization 13–14

Fortune (goddess): see Tyche

Fossey, J. 124

fountains 130, 131, 132, 156

Frazer, J. G. 22–23, 24–25, 57, 73, 83, 96, 100, 116, 134, 177, 218, 219, 220, 228, 234, 242, 244, 246, 260

Free Lakonian League 74, 86, 95, 128

Furies: see Eumenides

Galen 184–185, 186, 188, 205

Gauls, Gallic invasion 34, 57, 60, 63, 79, 147, 192, 263, 276, 279, 289, 292, 294, 302

Gelon, tyrant of Syracuse 59

genre 186

geography 58–59, 77, 81, 124, 186, 211, 248, 249, 262, 272, 294, 323

Gerenia 74

Geronthrai 86

Glauke 161

Glyppia 129

Gogos, T. 131

Gorgias: Encomium of Helen 206

Gortys (Arkadia) 93

Gortys 129

grammarians (ancient) 180

Greece (modern) 38

Greece, geographical extent 12–13, 17, 55–56, 259, 283–284, 323

griffins 306

guides 27, 50, 110, 202, 246–247, 249, 260, 287, 310

Gurlitt, W. 242–243, 246, 248, 255

Gyges 50, 198, 201

gymnasia 130, 131, 132, 144, 158, 162, 260

Gytheion 85

Habicht, C. ix, 3, 9, 21, 308

Hades 313

Hadrian 9, 30, 35–36, 47, 53, 146, 155, 156, 169, 171, 196, 240, 267, 268–269, 271, 277, 319, 322, 324

Halai (Boiotia) 89, 128

Haliartos 89, 119

Halikarnassos 208, 236

Halike 123

Halioussa 123

Hankinson, J. 184

Harpokration 182, 251, 261

Harrison, J. 29

Hawara Periegesis 258–259, 261

Heberdey, R. 25–26

Hegesias of Magnesia 221–233, 235–236, 237, 238, 251, 303, 323

Hekataios of Miletos 205, 248, 262

Hektor 206

Helikon (Mt.) 89

Heliodoros of Athens 251, 253, 255, 256, 262

Heliopolis 247

Helios 99, 105, 155, 163

Helisson river 94, 135, 142

Hellas: see Greece

Hellenism 32–39, 42, 46, 48, 52, 166, 171, 237, 312, 323–324

Hellenistic history 275–293

Henderson, J. 29

Hera 105, 109, 161, 163, 209, 308–309, 316

Heraclea, battle of 285

Heraia (Arkadia) 85, 93, 95

Heraion of Argos: see under Argos: Heraion

Herakleia (Elis) 129

Herakleidai 65

Herakleides Kritikos 6, 58, 117, 232, 259–261, 264, 272

Herakleides of Lycia 237

Herakles 19, 110, 155, 158, 288, 305, 319

Hermes 20, 151, 155, 161, 167, 308

Hermesianax of Kolophon 281

Hermione 70, 71, 72, 91, 112–113, 114, 115, 116, 123, 128, 136, 142, 215, 247, 298, 315

Hermogenes (rhetorician) 220

Hermogenes of Kythera 150, 167

Hermokrates of Phokis 237

Herodes Atticus 18, 34, 39

Herodotos 6, 38, 43, 50, 55, 57, 59–60, 64, 72, 144, 176, 191–213, 218, 220, 224–225, 229, 230, 231, 233, 234, 238, 244, 248, 252, 262–263, 272, 276, 283–284, 289, 292, 294, 300, 303, 308, 313, 323

   see also Pausanias: mimesis of Herodotos

Hesiod 304, 313, 317

hiatus 229

   see also Pausanias: style: hiatus

Hierapolis 203

Hieronymos of Kardia 276, 281, 282, 287, 290, 291

Hippocratic corpus 185

Hippokrates 184, 196

Hippolytos 44

historiography 6, 186, 195, 199, 200–202, 207, 226, 234, 323

Hitzig, H. 183

Homer 5, 49, 65, 70, 71, 115, 194, 197, 202, 204, 206, 249, 275, 286, 287, 299, 300, 310, 313, 314, 317

Homeric Hymn to Demeter 313, 314, 316

Homeric Hymn to Hermes 308

Horace 33

Horn of Amaltheia 314, 316

Hortensius Hortalus 221

Housman, A. E. 22

Hyampolis 88

Hydra (Hydrea) 123

Hyettos 129

hyperbaton 219–220, 223, 226, 227, 233

   see also Pausanias: style: hyperbaton

Hyrnetho 110

Hysiai (Argolid) 95, 108

Iamboulos 6, 202, 203

identity 7–8

   see also ethnic identity, local identity

Idomeneus 65

imperial cult: see emperor cult

Inachos (river and legendary king) 105, 108, 298

inscriptions 15, 240, 253, 255, 286

Io 195

Ionia 57, 59, 61, 72, 91, 237

Ionian islands 56

Ionian revolt 61

Ionian Sea 60

Ionic dialect 184, 186, 196–198, 200, 201, 203, 209, 211, 213, 224, 231, 233, 241, 262

irony 196, 210, 211, 212, 213, 235–236

   see also Pausanias: style: irony and humor

Isis 48, 51, 163, 312

islands 111, 112

Isokrates 52

Isthmia 39, 99

Isthmus of Corinth 27, 47, 59, 71, 73, 99–100, 101, 107, 149

itineraria 264

Jacob, C. 120

Jacquemin, A. 58

Jason 65

Jones, C. P. 36, 207, 247

Jost, M 308, 311

Judea 43, 48

Julius Caesar 153, 321

Juno (see also Hera) 168

Jupiter (see also Zeus) 162, 168, 169

Kabeirion 89

Kadmeia 89

Kalamai (Messenia) 91

Kalaureia 112

Kalkmann, A. 21

Kallikrates the Periegete 261

Kallistratos 49

Kandaules 198, 201

Kaphyai 93, 94, 128

Kardamyle 74, 76, 128

Karystos 121

katachresis 223, 231

Kefalari 107–108

Keitoukeitos: see Ulpian of Tyre

Kenchreai 99, 100, 101, 149, 153, 153

Kephalion 196

Kephisos (river) 87

Kepsilos river 131

Kerynia 128

Kimon 252

Kirrha 87

Kleitor 93

Klenia 101

Kleomenes of Sparta 287, 289

Kleonai 104, 116, 165–166

Kleonymos of Sparta 286, 301

Klimax Pass 93, 121

Kodros 297

koine 182

Kolonides 128

Kolophon 281

Kombabos 198

Kondylea 93

Konstan, D. 178

kontoporeia 102

Kopai 128

Kore 163

Korinthos (modern city) 145

Korone 143

Koroneia 150

Korseia 128

Koryphon (Mt.) 110

Kreusis 89

Krokeai 129

Kromyon 73, 78, 99

Kronos 303

Ktesias of Knidos 199

Kyllene (Mt.) 93, 308

Kynortion (Mt.) 110

Kypselos 147, 158

Kyrtones 128

Ladon (river) 93

Laïs 254

Lakonia 66, 68, 71, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 85–86, 89, 94, 107, 121, 124, 128, 286, 301

Lamian war 63, 212, 276

landscape, literature of 5, 7

Laodicea (Syria) 290

Larisos river 74

Larymna 89

Latin 33, 146, 147, 148, 168, 181, 264

Leaina 254, 291

Leake, W. 22, 124

Lebadeia 97, 112

Lechaion 99, 100, 149

Ledon 87, 130–131

Lerna (Argolid) 107, 115–116, 119

LeRoy, C. 76, 77, 124

Lesbos 50

Lessa 109, 129

Letrinoi 129

Leukothea 155

Leuktra (Boiotia: battle) 63, 302, 313, 319

Leuktra (Lakonia) 74

Lexica Segueriana 185

Libanios 206–207

Libya 57, 64

Lightfoot, J. 195, 196, 198, 323

Ligurio 109

Lilaia 87

Limnai (Messenia) 91

literature of travel: see travel literature

Lives of the Ten Orators ([Plutarch]) 251

local cult 310–312

local history 63, 68, 145, 295–303, 317

local identity 31, 166, 206, 208, 233, 294, 295

Lokris, Opuntian 61

Lokris, Ozolian 68, 71, 79, 87

Lokris, Western: see Lokris, Ozolian

Longinus, On the Sublime 219, 231

Longus, Daphnis and Chloe 49–50, 51

Lucian 34, 53, 188, 205, 212, 229, 231, 237, 242, 250

   Alexander, or the false prophet 203

   Astrology 186, 198

   Dialogue of the Sea Gods 186

   Herodotos, or Aetion 204–205, 206

   How to Write History 195, 200–201, 202, 203, 204, 211

   Lexiphanes 183

   On the Syrian Goddess 186, 195–198, 200, 206, 209–210, 211, 213

   Trial of the Consonants 183–184, 186

   True Stories 6, 186, 195, 202–203, 211

lycanthropy 306, 312

Lydia 9, 196, 212, 225

Lykaon 306, 312, 318

Lykeas of Argos 287

Lykone (Mt.) 108

Lykos of Messene 102

Lyrkeia 108

Lysimachos 281, 282, 283, 288, 289, 292

Macedonia 13, 31, 37, 58, 64

Magas 279

Magna Graecia 59

Magnesia on Meander 222

Magnesia on Sipylos 9–11, 36, 221, 222, 231, 233, 237

Mainalon 94

Malea (cape) 86, 114

Manetho 199

Mantinea 78, 92–93, 94, 95, 96, 108, 121, 136, 159, 245, 303, 318

Marathon 120

Marcus Aurelius 9, 30, 35, 184

Marios 86, 128

market-places: see agoras

Mases 113, 115

Meadows, A. R. 291

Medea 148, 149, 158, 161, 172, 310

Medeia 109

medical writers 184–185, 204

Megalopolis 81, 93–94, 95, 107, 121, 129, 133, 135, 136, 140–142, 144, 150, 155, 193, 245, 312

Megara 13, 27, 46, 68, 72, 73, 79, 99, 121, 131, 134, 135, 139–140, 149, 246, 296–297

Meleager 65

Melikertes 99

Menekles the Periegete 261

Menippos of Pergamon 271

Mercy (god) 310

Messene (city) 91, 128, 135, 136, 245

Messenia 65, 66, 68, 72, 74, 76, 77, 78, 79, 86, 91, 94, 121, 143, 263, 301, 310, 317

metamorphosis 306

Methana (Argolis) 112, 128

Methone 91

Methydrion 93, 94, 121, 129

Meyer, E. 57

Midas 254

Miletus 289

mimesis 190–191, 204, 205, 212, 221, 242, 294, 323

Minerva (see also Athena) 168

Minyas 189

Mithras 48

Moggi, M. 17, 79, 183, 274

Moirai: see Fates

Mother of the Gods 163

Mummius 137

Musaios 189

Muses 20, 89

Musti, D. 18, 79, 117, 118–122, 213

Mycenae 3, 70, 105, 107, 110, 136, 298–299

Mykale (battle) 60

Mykalessos 96

Myonia 128

Myron of Priene 290

Mysia 31

myth: divine 307–309

Mytilene 247

Nasamoneans 192

Naupaktos 55

Nauplia 72, 109, 115, 118–119

Nearchos 195

Nemea 104, 117, 118, 121, 254

Nemea river 102

Nemean lion 104

Nemesis 192

Nemrud Dagh 232

Neoptolemos: see Pyrrhos, son of Achilles

Neris 116, 129

Nero 35, 47, 48, 99

Nestane 129

New Testament ix

Night (goddess) 317

Niketes of Smyrna 33, 34, 237

Nikomedia 240

Nikopolis 67

Nile 244

Niobe 237, 305, 306

Nonakris 93

Norden, E. 231, 232

novel (genre) 49

Nymphs 50

Oceanus 316

Octavia 153–154, 168

Odysseus 65, 202

Oedipus 46, 310

Oinobios of Athens 252

Olmones 129

Olympia 3, 13, 29, 39, 66, 68, 72, 79, 85, 95, 107, 245, 246, 289, 316

Olympian gods 311–312

Olympias 282

Olympiodoros 276, 277

Onchestos 89, 119

Onomarchos of Andros 232–233

Opuntian Lokris: see Lokris, Opuntian

Orchomenos (Arkadia) 93, 95, 104

Orchomenos (Boiotia) 88, 97, 112, 129, 189

Orestes 310

Orion 96

Orneai 108, 121

Oropos 73–74, 296, 297

orthography 182–183

Osanna, M. 145, 169

Ouranos 317

Ozolian Lokris: see Lokris, Ozolian

Pagai 132

Palaia (Lakonia) 129

Palaimon 155

Palamedes 315

Pallantion 93, 94, 129, 132

Pamisos (river) 91

Pan 37

Panhellenion 36,

Panopeus 86, 129–130, 131, 170

Paos 93

Papachatzes, N. 183

paradoxography 191

Parapotamioi 130

Parnassos (Mt.) 86, 95

Parnon (Mt.) 78, 86, 116

parody 202–204, 209, 211, 224, 227, 230

paronomasia 223, 231, 232

parrhesia 43

Parthenion (Mt.) 121

Parthians 200

Pasquali, G. 248, 256

Patrai 17, 37, 67, 131, 132, 135, 136, 159, 191, 246

Patroklos 275, 278

Pausanias

   life 9–11

   birthplace 9–11, 36, 67, 196, 212, 221, 231, 233, 237, 306

   date 9, 195, 319

   use of “in our time” 9

   education 177, 189

   his travels 18–19, 67, 191, 238

   other Pausaniases 9, 23

   as antiquarian 15–16, 77, 127, 131, 148, 149, 150, 161, 163, 167, 173, 253, 255, 291, 314

   as an archaeological source 3, 8, 122–125

   as art historian 14–15, 42, 66–67, 131, 151, 173, 243, 253

   as dependable dullard 4, 22–23, 28, 177, 237, 242, 323

   as ethnographer 191

   as eyewitness 3, 25, 37, 67, 111, 112, 114, 191, 251, 263, 264, 323

   as historian 48, 63–65, 66, 68, 72, 76, 96, 116, 131, 191, 262, 272, 275–282, 295, 309–311, 323

   and inscriptions 253, 255

   and the tragedians: 310

   as literary fabricator 21–22, 25

Pausanias

   and myth 65, 66, 68, 76, 116, 131, 255

   and religion 8, 11, 14, 15–16, 48, 66, 111, 127, 131, 148, 149, 150, 161, 163, 167, 172, 191, 193, 194, 255, 303–322, 323

   as pilgrim 8, 307–308

   his “conversion” 303–309, 316

   and the Romans 47

   resistance to homogeneity 311, 324

   Periegesis Hellados

     title 248–249

     date of composition 17–18, 201, 240

     beginning 13–14, 79, 175–177

     ending 79

     completeness 17, 56, 175

     cross-references 16–17, 274

     logoi and theôrêmata 12, 49–51, 127, 192, 255, 262, 291–292

     digressions 192, 201, 292–293, 294, 300, 301

     division of books 13, 68–72, 191

     order of books 16, 77–79

     past-tense verbs (as indication of autopsy) 25

     geographical scope 13, 14, 23, 39, 55–68, 77, 251, 256

     symmetry 82, 117, 170–173

     selectivity 15–16, 55–68, 144, 167–168, 274

     persona/self-presentation 11, 14, 15, 25, 52, 80, 176, 191, 212, 274–275, 306, 307–308

     radial plan 83–96, 103, 116, 123, 125, 138–142, 145, 155, 166

     topographical discontinuity 96–97, 99–101, 102, 107, 110, 111, 116, 123, 125, 133, 134, 144, 149, 153, 158, 164, 166

     topographical accuracy 8, 122–125

     tunnel vision 117, 118–122

     on what is “worth seeing” 229

     as travel guide: 24–25, 117, 119, 242–247, 249, 271

     as travelogue 25–27

     style and language: anakolouthon 216, 218, 219

     anakyklesis 215, 218

     anaphora 217, 219

     appositio partitiva 216

     asyndeton 217

     chiasmus 143, 175, 217, 219

     definite article 176, 181

     epanalepsis 215, 218

     hiatus 229

     word order 148, 175–176, 181, 183, 214–215, 217, 228

     hyperbaton 148, 214–215, 218, 219

     litotes 217, 219

     pleonasm 215–216

     pseudoanaphora 215–216, 218

     Versparung 214

     archaism 66

     parentheses 217, 218, 219

     prose rhythm 230–231

     vocabulary 214, 228

     monotony 23, 178

     variation 112, 115, 116, 145, 216–217, 244, 254, 263, 290

     irony and humor 212, 318, 319–320, 322

     influence of sources on his style 189

     mimesis (in general) 221, 233, 238, 303, 307–308, 323

     mimesis of Herodotos 6, 55, 57, 59, 60, 64, 72, 144, 176, 191–213, 218, 231, 234, 244, 248, 262–263, 272, 276, 283–284, 285, 287–288, 289, 292, 294, 300, 303, 313, 323

pax Romana 30, 35

Pegasos 156, 158, 172–173

Peiraieus: see Attica: Peiraieus

Pellene 103, 134, 216

Peloponnesian war 300, 302

Peloponnesos 12, 55, 59, 65, 70, 77, 107, 121–122, 286

Pentheus 150

pepaideumenoi 33

Pephnos 74

Perdikkas 279

Pergamon 238, 282

Periander 147, 289

periegesis (genre) 247–262, 272

Periegesis Hellados: see Pausanias: Periegesis

periegetes: see guides, periegesis (genre)

periplous 77, 124, 264–265, 272, 294

Periplous of the Black Sea (anonymous) 270–271

Periplous of the Great Sea 264–265

Periplous of the Red Sea 266

Persephone 287, 313

Perseus 104, 105, 298

Persia 48

Persian wars 59, 61, 63, 192, 206, 299, 302, 302

Peutinger Table 120

Pfaff, C. 163

Phaethon 155

Phaleron 137, 259

Pharai (Messenia) 76, 132, 314

Phelloe 128

Pheneos 93, 104, 135, 308

Pheretime 194

Phigaleia 94

Philanorion 114

Phileas 58

philhellenism 35–39, 146, 169

Philhetairos 280, 281

Philip II 73, 279, 280, 297, 302

Philip V 59

Philistos 220

Philo 229

Philopappus 1, 31, 39

Philopappus Monument see Athens: Philopappus Monument

Philopoimen 41, 64, 276, 277, 281, 294, 301

philosophy 37, 43, 44

Philostratos 33, 34, 237

   Imagines 49

   Life of Apollonios 48

Phleious 69, 70, 101, 103, 108, 116, 117, 118, 121, 134, 135, 165, 245

Phokis 66, 67, 68, 71, 77, 78, 79, 85, 86–88, 89, 95, 97, 128, 130, 192, 294

Phoroneus 138, 298

Phrixos (river) 115

Phrygia 31, 38

Phrynichos 184, 185

Pielos 282

Piérart, M. 117, 139

Pikoulas, Y. 19

Pillars of Hercules 31

Pindar 236, 241, 316

Pirenne-Delforge, V. 311–312

Pityoussa 123

Plataia (city) 57, 79, 134

   Battle of Plataia 195, 302

Plato 5, 49, 52, 242, 251

Pliny the Elder 78

Plutarch ix, 32, 186, 188, 233, 242, 290, 291

   De garrulitate 291

   On the Malice of Herodotos 199, 205–209, 234

   Parallel Lives 41

     Aratos 298

     Demetrios 290

     Eumenes 290

     Epameinondas 291

     Phokion 290

     Pyrrhos 282, 283, 285, 286, 287, 291

     Romulus 318

   Political Advice 42

Polemon of Ilion 251, 253, 255, 256–257, 262, 263, 303

Polemon of Laodicea 34, 36, 237

polis 96, 128–138

Pollux, Julius 182, 184

Polyainos: 85, 297

Polybios 74, 150, 313

Polygnotos 79

Polykleitos 216, 309

Polyneikes 118, 310

Porto Heli 123

Poseidon 19, 99, 151, 155, 156, 215, 303

postcolonialism 42

Prasiai (Lakonia) 74

Praxagora 196

Prinos pass 93, 121

Pritchett, W. K. x, 19, 116

progymnasmata 49, 206

Proitos 109

prose rhythm 224, 230–231, 233

   see also Pausanias: style: prose rhythm

Psamathous 124

Psammetichos 38

pseudo-Skylax 58, 71, 124

pseudo-Skymnos 58, 71

psogoi 206

Psophis 93

Ptolemy (geographer) 58, 61, 78, 265

Ptolemy I Soter 279, 281, 283

Ptolemy II Philadelphos 275, 277, 278, 279, 280, 282, 288

Ptolemy III Euergetes 277

Ptolemy VI Philometor 280, 282, 293

Ptolemy Keraunos 289

purism, linguistic 181

Pylos (in Elis) 85

Pyrrhos of Epeiros 60, 138, 281–289, 293, 301

Pyrrhos, son of Achilles 282, 287

Quellenforschung 21, 251

Red Sea 266

Regenbogen, O. 22

Reitz 154

religion 30, 39, 51, 203, 209

   see also Pausanias: religion

religious silence 309

resistance to Rome: see ‘anti-Roman sentiment’

rhetoric 33–34, 37, 39, 49, 181, 206–207, 220, 221, 226, 235–237

rite de passage 307

Robert, C. 5, 134–135, 149, 175

Rocha-Pereira, M.-H. 183

Romanization 32, 168

Romano, D. 146, 169

Romans 15, 39–48, 60, 64, 129, 132, 146, 172, 200, 235–237, 283, 285–286, 310, 315, 318, 322

   see also ‘anti-Roman sentiment’

Rome (city) 31, 77, 238

Salamis 296, 297–298, 299

   Battle of Salmis 37, 299

Samosata 237

Sappho 241

Sardinia 192

Saronic gulf 99

satire 202–204, 209, 210, 212, 242

Schliemann, H. 3

Schmid, W. 178–180, 186, 231, 233

Schmitz, T. 23, 34, 37

Scopelian 237

Scranton, R. L. 151–153, 161

Second Sophistic 23, 33

Seferis, G. 38

Seleukos I 279, 281, 289–290

Selinous (Lakonia) 129

Semnai: see Eumenides

Serapis 51, 163, 312

Seven against Thebes 79, 117, 138, 310

Sextus Empiricus 185, 187, 188

Sibelis, J. 9

Sicily 33, 57, 64, 68

Sikyon 69, 70, 71, 72, 91, 101, 102–103, 105, 108, 116, 117, 118, 121, 131, 134, 135, 136, 158, 165, 245, 246, 300, 315, 321

Silenos 254

Sinis 99

Siphai 124, 128

Sipylos (Mt.) 9, 306

Sisyphos 165

Skyllaion (cape) 113, 123, 125

Smyrna 34, 36, 237–238

Snodgrass, A. 81–82, 117–118, 119–120

Socrates 37, 49, 269

Solon 193, 296

Sophocles 310

Sosius Senecio 32

Sounion 13, 124

Spain 36

Sparta 19–20, 36, 39, 64, 66, 74, 85–86, 116, 133, 135, 136, 148, 150, 245, 257, 286, 291, 300, 301, 313, 321

spatium historicum 308

Spetses 112, 123, 125

Spiro, F. 183

stadiasmos 264

stadion measurements 19, 80, 81, 101–102, 103, 108, 113–114, 115, 117, 242, 260

stadiums 89, 99

Steinhart, M. 322

Stephanos of Byzantium 72, 249, 251

Stiris 88

Strabo 17, 58, 70, 73, 74, 77, 78, 81, 102, 137, 186, 222, 223, 247, 249, 263, 265

Stratonike 198

Strid, O. 176, 214, 217–218, 220–221, 230, 238

Strife (goddess) 317

Strouthous (cape) 113

style: see under Pausanias: Periegesis

Stymphalos 74, 76, 93, 156

Styx (river) 93

sublimity (deinotês) 227

Sulla 258, 276

Sulpicius Rufus, Servius 45

Swain, S. 41–42, 43, 185, 318, 319

Syracuse 59

Syria 31, 196, 197, 203

Sythas river 103

Szelest, H. 229

Tabula of Cebes 49, 51

Tacitus: Annales 1, 283

Tainaron (cape) 86, 114, 124

Tanagra 89, 96, 134

Tantalos 9, 237, 305

Tarentum 15, 60, 283, 285

Taygetos (Mt.) 85

Tegea 93, 94–95, 107, 108, 121, 135, 136, 245

Temenion 115

Temenos 70, 110, 115, 299

Tenea 101, 165

Teuthis 129

Theagenes 135, 139

theaters 99, 130, 131, 132, 144, 158, 159

Thebes 64, 79, 96, 117, 134, 136, 137, 215, 223, 303, 310

Thelpousa 93

Themis 317

Themistokles 37, 258, 302

Theon 220, 231

Theophrastos 251

Therapne 85, 121

Thermopylai (place) 59, 60

   Battle of Thermopylai (480 BCE) 192

   Battle of Themopylai (279 BCE) 192, 302

Thersites 206

Theseus 99, 113, 288

Thespiai 89, 319

Thessaly 13, 56, 58, 59, 65, 66, 67, 183, 254, 259

Thisbe 88, 124

Thouria 76, 91

Thrace 13, 57, 58

Thucydides 144, 199, 201, 204, 205, 208, 219–220, 221, 225, 229, 234, 235, 238, 241, 252, 283–284, 285, 292, 305, 307–308, 310

Thyreatis 73, 74, 94, 105, 116, 300

Timaios 254

Tipha: see Siphai

Tiryns 109, 115, 116, 118–119, 189

Titane 103, 315

Tithorea 86, 128

Titthion (Mt.) 110

Tolmides 189

Torelli, M. 145, 161, 168

tragedy 41, 43, 46, 47, 280, 310

tragic warner 43

Trajan 30, 44, 45

Trapezous 267, 269

travel 30–31, 33

travel literature 5, 8, 30

Trendelenburg 249

Tretos 104, 105

Triteia 132

tritons 191, 306

Troizen 69, 70, 71, 72, 91, 111–112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 124, 134, 135, 215, 245, 299

Trojan war 37, 63, 65, 284, 302

Twisted Olive 110

Tyche (Fortune) 20, 43–44, 151, 193, 313–317

Tydeus 65

Ulpian of Tyre 184

Valerius Pollio 199

Valley of the Muses 89

Venus (see also Aphrodite) 153

vernacular language 179

Vespasian 48

Veyne 3, 304, 305, 307

Walbank, M. 168, 169

Western Lokris: see Lokris, Ozolian

Whitmarsh, T. 23, 85, 148, 253

Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, U. von 21–22, 25, 253

Wilcken, U. 258

Williams, C. K., II 153

Wiseman, J. 162

word order 223

   See also Pausanias: word order

Wycherley, R. E. 26–27

Xenophon 52, 181, 204, 208, 267, 268

   Anabasis 6

   Hellenica 282

Xerias river (Corinthia) 101

Xerxes 44, 59, 285, 289

xoana 149, 150, 158, 173, 315, 316

Zarax 128

Zethos 215

Zeus 20, 58, 104, 109, 111, 142, 143, 151, 158, 159, 162, 167, 169, 215, 289, 303, 308, 312, 317







Greek index




ἀντίπυγος 124

ἀτέλɛια 129

ἀφέλɛɛια 234

ἀφήγησις 250

γάρ 217

γίγνομαι 182–183, 187, 188, 197, 262

δαίμων 312

δῆμος 128

ἔδɛɛ 200

ɛἰκός 306

ɛἶναι 197

ἐλɛυθɛρία 129

Ἑ‘λληνικά 57–58

ἔμμɛναι 197

ἔντος 112

ἐξ ἀνθρώπου 305, 318

ἐξηγητής 50, 247

ἐπ’ ἐμοῦ 73, 74

ἐπὶ τῆς ἀγορᾶς 150

ἐπιφανέστατον 77, 135

ἐπιχώριος 312

ἐρέων 197, 200

ἧσσα/ἧττα 186, 187, 188, 189

ἥσσων/ἥττων 182, 187, 188

θάλασσα/θάλαττα 182, 186, 188, 198, 262

θέας ἄξιον 142, 229

θɛός 312, 318

κατά 271

κώμη 116, 128, 129, 130, 131

μὲν . . . δέ 216, 225–226

μɛτ᾿ ἀνθρώπων 318

μυθῶδɛς 200, 202

ναός/νɛώς 183, 188, 256, 262

πάντα . . . τὰ ‘λληνικά 57–58

πɛριηγέομαι 249

πɛριήγησις 248–250

πɛριηγητής 202, 246, 247, 249

πόλις 128–138

πόλισμα 128–129

πρόνοια 304–305

πρῶτος τῶν ἡμɛῖς ἴσμɛν 197

-σσ-/-ττ- 182

συγγραφή 249

τɛσσɛράκοντα 262

ὑπέρ 153–155, 158, 161, 162, 163, 164

φήμη 277

χώρα 133

χωρίον 128


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