Index
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

Index 267 Abraham (Abram), in Prudentius’s Psychomachia : as exemplary figure, 11, 30–31 (Acc. 4.14), 119, 125, 127, 128; as subject matter, 28–29 (Acc. 3.7), 119–20, 127; virtues and vices fight, in soul of, 10, 119–20 accessus (“introduction”): argumentum, as connotation of, 129; commentary , in relation to, 1–3; definition of, 1, 2, 18n1; as entry point into author’s text, 173; excerpt of, includes part of commentary, 52–53 (Acc. 16.10–12), 70–79 (Acc. 22.10–101), 92–93 (Acc. 26.40–42), 176, 178–79, 207, 225, 231; excerpt of, includes transition to commentary, 126, 128–29, 240; headings in, 28–29, 116, 120. See also accessus ad auctores; argumentum ; exordium; headings; initium; introduction; principium accessus ad auctores: anthologies of introductions to authors, 1, 3, 18n2; and Conrad of Hirsau’s Dialogus super auctores, 4; tradition preceding anthology in Clm 19475 (T), 7. See also Bischoff, Bernard; Huygens, R. B. C. Accessus ad auctores, in T: and anthologies in Pal. lat. 242 (P) and Clm 19474 (M), 3, 6; arrangement of, 5–8, 221; authors not introduced in, 9; earlier editions of, 14–16; intentions of, 8–11; introductions to Ovid’s elegiac works predominate in, 8; compilation of, 5, 12, 17; title of, 18n2, 19n4. See also Bischoff, Bernard; Huygens, R. B. C. accessus Ouidiani: anthologies of, 3, 11; anthology edited by Przychocki, 14 addressee: absent or present, 99, 100, 240; Brutus, 205, 207; Cato’s son, 132; general and specific, 176–77, 240; Maecenas, 240; Pisones, 238; recipient of epistle, 111, 174, 176. See also audience Aelius Donatus. See Donatus, Aelius aetas Horatiana, 232 aetas Ouidiana, 9, 140, 145 Aimeric, Ars lectoria: canon of authors, Christian, 155; pagan, 8–9, 20n26, 140, 143–44, 155 Alcuin, De rhetorica el uirtutibus and De uirtutibus et uitiis, 123; on cardinal virtues, 125 Alexander of Villa Dei (Villedieu), Doctrinale puerorum, 140, 246 aliter (“alternatively”), as heading, 30–31 (Acc. 4, title), 42–43 (Acc. 8.7), 72–73 (Acc. 22.30), 88–89 (Acc. 26.17–20), 126, 146, 208, 228, 230 Alithia (“Truth”), in Theodolus’s Egloga, 11, 45 (Acc. 10.11–12), 150, 153–54 allegory: Christian, in Physiologus, 147, 149, 150; moral, in Avianus’s Fabulae, 35; personification, in Prudentius ’s Psychomachia, 118, 119, 268   Index 128–29; scriptural, in Prudentius’s Psychomachia, 119; in Sedulius, 160 Amores, of Ovid: in Accessus ad auctores, 3, 6–8; in Acc. 18, 54–57, 183–87; in Acc. 25, 86–87, 222–24; and Ars amatoria, 183, 223, 224; De amore, also titled as, 185, 223; prefatory epigram of, 186, 224; Sine titulo, also titled as, 185, 222; transmission of text, 166. See also prologue, as introductory poem of book animals. See allegory, Christian; Physiologus anthologies, of accessus. See accessus ad auctores; compilation Arator: in Accessus ad auctores, 6, 7; Acc. 11, 44–47, 156–57; conversion of, 10, 157; Historia apostolica, 154–56; prefatory epistles of, 157 argumentum, as term for plot summary, 106, 107, 129, 246 Arnulf of Orléans: commentary on Lucan, 192; on Ovid, 103–4, 170, 188, 190, 227 Ars amatoria, of Ovid: in Accessus ad auctores, 6, 7; in Acc. 14, 48–51, 166–70; De amore, also titled as, 177, 185; offends Romans, 10, 50–51 (Acc. 15.3–5), 52–53 (Acc. 16.6), 54–57 (Acc. 17.9, 18.3, 19.5), 86–87 (Acc. 25.8), 88–89 (Acc. 26.21), 166, 172–73, 177, 182, 185; regretted by Ovid, 173. See also Amores; exile, of Ovid; Pamphilus; Remedia amoris ars dictaminis, 9 ars extrinsecus and intrinsecus, 221 ars grammatica. See grammar, art of Ars poetica. See Horace, Works; poetry, art of; rhetoric, art of auctor: definition of, 3–4; as moral exemplar, 10. See also authors audience: as addressee, of prologue, 32–33 (Acc. 5.11–13), 68–69 (Acc. 22.7–8), 133–34, 207; age-groups, divided into two, 238; poetry, responds to, 157 Augustine: on interpreting pagan literature, 5, 20n24; and Prosper of Aquitaine, 158, 159 authors, in grammar curriculum: Christian, 3; pagan, 3–4; of twelfth century, 8. See also Aimeric; Conrad of Hirsau; Eberhard the German Avianus, Fabulae: in Accessus ad auctores , 6, 7; in Acc. 6, 34–41, 134–36; Conrad of Hirsau, discussed by, 161; prefatory epistle of, 136 Baudri of Bourgeuil, 21n43, 103 Bede, De arte metrica, 155, 158, 160, 201–2 Bernard of Utrecht, Commentum in Theodolum, 19–20n15, 151...



Subject Headings

  • Latin literature, Medieval and modern.
  • Criticism -- History -- To 1500.
  • Classical literature -- Study and teaching -- History -- To 1500.
  • You have access to this content
  • Free sample
  • Open Access
  • Restricted Access