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GENERAL INDEX Abelard, 287 Academy, 56-57, 75, 83ni Achilles, 3, 6, 18, 41, 1791157, 215, 220, 265, 274;and Athena, 93-95, 203, 260—61, 276; and Thetis, 25on63, 265, 277 Adam, 46, 53 Adrastus, 84 Aeneid. See Allegory; Augustine of Hippo; Virgil Aeolus, 274 Aeschylus, 77 Agamemnon, 17, 18, 179^7, 206-7, 274 Agenor, 220 Ajax, 274 Alain de Lille, 284, 286 Albertus Magnus, 270 Albinus, Caecina, 263 al-BIruni, 238 Albricus, 282 Alcaeus, 145 n3 Alexander, 84 Alexandria, 26, 44, 45, 48, 53, 75, 80, 85, 109. See also Clement of Alexandria; Origen the Christian; Philo al-Farabl, 237, 239 Allegory —defensive, 124, 183-84, 26inio9 —deliberate, x, 142, 145-50 —interpretation of: Aeneid, 146-47, 257—60, 270, 282ni84, 284-88, 292, 294; in Arabiccommentators, 23941 ; in Christianity, 144—61; in later Latin authors, 286-92; in Medieval period, 282-97; m modern period, 298-305; in Neoplatonism, 21-22, 47-49 —levels of: in Christian Neoplatonism, 158—61; as distinguished by Dante, 291-94; in Medieval exegesis, 283— 84; multiplicityof, 20—21, 43; in Philo, 47-53; in Porphyry, 115, 12021 , 127; in Proclus's defense of Homer , 185—88, 196—97, 216-21 —literal meaning and: in Dante, 291-93; in Homeric interpretation, 224;in Julian, 139; in Philo, 47-53; in Porphyry, 124 —moral: Aeneid as, 270; in Dante, 291, 293; in Fulgentius, 281-82; in Macrobius on Scipio's dream, 271; in Neopythagoreanism, 115; Odyssey as, 130, 224; in Pythagoreanism, 32-35- 43- 270 —mystical: in Christian authors, 78-81, 241-49; and early interpretations of Homer, 12;in Heliodorus, 149-61; Iliad as, ix, i, 43, 223-33; m Macrobius on Scipio's dream, 271; in Neoplatonism, 139, 288, 293, 318-24; Odyssey as, ix, i, 43, 132-33, 222-33, 318-24; in Porphyry, 108-10, 115; in Proclus, 219-21; in Pythagoreanism, 31-43, 320; role of Philo in development of, 44-51; and use of term theologos , 27-31 —personification, 146, 273, 275-79, 284, 288-91 —physical: Iliad as, 32, 223-24; inJulian, 137-38; in Macrobius on Scipio's 356 GENERAL INDEX Allegory, physical (continued) dream, 271; in Philo, 47; in Porphyry, 129; in Proclus, 219-21; Pythagorean , 32-33, 43; in Stoicism, 143, 164 n5 Ambrose, Saint, 263 Amelius, 84, 132 Ammonius Saccas, 45, 78, 84 Anacreon, 14503 Anaxagoras, 97^8 Antenor, 5 Antiochus of Ascalon, 45, 46 Aphrodite, 202, 250. Seealso Homer, Odyssey Apollo, 218, 219, 220 Apuleius, 98, 233, 260-61 Arabic interpretive tradition. SeeAllegory ; Homer Arcesilaus, 56, 58 Archilochus, 145 n3 Ares. See Homer, Odyssey "Ares" (the philosopher), 248 Argonauts, 180 Aristarchus, 26, 109, 113-14, 202 Ariston of Chios, 58 Aristotle: in Dante, 289, 294-95; seven philosophers, 248; and Plato, 183—85, 188, 252; praise of Homer by, 237; as source for later commentators , 112, 120, 202, 240-41, 252, 295; testimony on Pythagoreanism, 36, 39, 43; translations of by later authors , 262, 274, 275ni7i; and theologoi , 23-24, 27, 28 Aristoxenus, 274 Arnobius, 250 Artemidorus of Ephesus, 125 Artemis, 21911230 Aspasius, 84 Astrology, 69, 71, 73,163, 253-54, 318-19 Athena: allegorical use of, 65, 202,276; and Achilles, 93-95, 203, 260—61, 276; and Diomedes, 178, 276; and Pandarus, 19, 20; and Odysseus, 8, 175-76, 233111; and Pandarus, 19, 20, 207-8 Atlantis, myth of, 65 Atticus, 84 Attis, 143, 261 Auerbach, E., 187 Augustine of Hippo, Saint: critiqueof Aeneid by, 227, 257—60; language theories in, 257-60; and Platonism, 16, 81, gin33, 249-51, 256-61, 267; treatment of Homer by, 227, 233ni, 259-61 Averroes, 240 Avicenna, 237 Bachelard, G., 73 Basil of Caesarea, Saint, 139, 242, 243-44 Battle of the gods. See Homer, Iliad Bernard Silvestris, 272, 284-85, 287, 289, 2g2n2i2, 294 Beutler, R., 54, 64n66, 176 Bidez, J., 108, no, in Blake, W., x, 234, 235 Bloom, H., 145, 298 Boethius, 249, 256, 274-79, 3> 286, 290 Boyance, P., 33nno, 35-36, 39, 46,178 Brehier, E., 103 Buffiere, F., mi, 32, 33, 44, 64n66, 66, 319-24 Burkert, W., 34, 42, 324 Byzantine interpretive tradition. See Homer Calchas, 2, 4 Calcidius, 22in24O, 236, 249, 250-56, 282 Callimachus, 176, 181 Calypso, 106-7, 22 5 Carcopino, J., 33nno, 74 Carneades, 56 Cassiodorus, 256 Celsus, 81, 82nii3 Chaldaean Oracles, 30, 169, 175, 180, 213, 228n2&4 Chapman, G., 8, 9, 22, 223, 234, 235 Chariclea. SeeHeliodorus; "Philip the Philosopher" Chartres, School of, 240, 247, 286-88 Chretien de...

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