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191 Index R Abelard, Peter, 72 Abraham, 25, 111 acting, 28 Adamites, 64 Aeneid (Virgil), 34 Against Eutyches and Nestorius (Boethius), 67 Agobard of Lyons, 7, 29, 64, 75 De correctione antiphonarii, 55, 65 De divina psalmodia, 65 agon, 33, 45. See also con›ict; sport Alcuin, 50 Alda (William of Blois), 72 Amalarius of Metz, 7–8, 74–76, 79, 82, 92 Eclogae de ordine Romano, 49, 62 Liber of‹cialis, 7, 49, 51, 55, 59, 62, 74, 76, 79 Mass, interpretations of, 43–44, 50–54, 56, 60–61, 63–65 Prooemium, 57, 58 Ambrose of Milan, Saint, 13–14 Amphlarus, 114 Anselm, 80 Antiphilia (Heautontimorumenos), 72 antitheatrical prejudice, 4 Aquarians, 64 architecture, 97–98. See also proscenium Architettura (Serlio), 97 Ariosto, Ludovico, 97 Aristophanes, 113 Aristotle, 56, 86, 93, 96–100, 117, 119 De anima, 118 Nicomachean Ethics, 101, 118, 121 Poetics, 8, 102–6, 112–16, 120–24 Posterior Analytics, 101, 118 Rhetoric, 101, 118, 119 Topics, 101, 118 See also Bartholomew of Bruges; Middle Commentary (Averroës) Arius, 64 ars poetica, 112–13 Ars poetica (Horace), 97 artes mechanicae, 85–86 Artonitae, 64 Athenian plays, 109 Attic drama and poetry, 107–8, 111, 115 Augustine, 31, 34, 37, 39–42, 48 City of God, The, 11–12, 14, 20–24, 26–28 Concerning the Teacher, 12 Confessions, 11–15, 17, 19, 21, 25–28 Greco-Roman theater and, 16–20, 25–29 logic and, 107–11 Mass, interpretations of, 46, 50, 54, 57, 64 Augustine (continued) medieval theater and, 74, 81, 87–90, 102, 126 On Christian Doctrine, 14, 24, 38 Remigius and, 68–70 Sermons, 38 Soliloquies, 18 Averroës (Avicenna), 8, 96, 98, 100–101, 111 Hermannus translation of, 102–3, 105–8, 113, 119, 124 Middle Commentary on the Poetics, 104, 109, 110–12, 114–17, 120–22 Babio (anonymous), 72 Barish, Jonas, 27–28 Bartholomew of Bruges, 8, 10, 96, 116–20, 127 Brevis expositio supra poetriam, 9, 121–24 See also Averroës; Hermannus; Poetics (Aristotle) Becket, Thomas, 87 Bede, 50 Benedictine reforms, 74, 81, 92 Bevington, David, 5 Bharata, 98 Bingen, Hildegard von, 2, 99 Black, Deborah, 101 Boethius, 68 Against Eutyches and Nestorius, 67 Brechtian form, 17 Brehaut, Ernest, 30 Brevis expositio supra poetriam (Bartholomew), 9–10, 96, 120–24 Aristotle and, 116–19 Bynum, Caroline Walker, 2, 74 Cabaniss, Allen, 50, 59–60 Campania, 22 Carcinus, 114 Carlson, Marvin, 98, 116 Carolingian culture, 50, 72 Carthage, 11, 13, 15–16, 102 Cassaria, La (Ariosto), 97 Cataphrigians, 64 catharsis, 15, 77, 86 Chambers, E. K., 4 chastity, 12, 18 Christ, Jesus, 8, 14, 43–44, 50 body of, 7, 54, 56, 61–65 Cruci‹xion of, 57 Incarnation of, 4, 81 Mass, interpretations of, 45–49, 51, 53, 55, 58–60 Passion of, 92 Resurrection of, 52, 77 Christianity, 16–20, 25–29, 48, 62, 87–90 Augustine and, 11–15, 20–24, 37–42 Honorius and, 91–94 liturgical allegory and, 43–47 Mass, interpretations of, and, 57–61, 63–65, 74–78, 82–86 paganism and, 30–33, 49–51, 54–55 ritual in, 2, 52–53, 56, 75–79, 81 Christian Rite and Christian Drama (Hardison), 51, 78 Cicero, 21, 102–3, 107 City of God, The (Augustine), 11–12, 14, 20–24, 26–28, 38 Clavis physicae (Honorius), 74 Colish, Marcia L., 4, 13–14, 44 Colossians, 65 comedy, 32–34 commedia dell’arte, 4 Commentary on the Anticlaudianus of Alan of Lille (Radulphus), 100 Commentum in Boethii opuscula (Remigius), 67 Communion, 51. See also Eucharist; Host; Mass, interpretations of Concerning the Teacher (Augustine), 12, 26, 38 Confessions (Augustine), 11–15, 17, 19, 21, 25–28, 38 con›ict, 45, 46–47. See also agon; sport Contra libros quattuor Amalarii (Florus), 65 Corinthians, 45, 47 corporeality, 1, 2, 81. See also Christ, body of 192 Index Council of Kierzy, 53, 82 cycle plays, 95, 125 David, king of Israel, 66 De anima (Aristotle), 118 De architectura (Vitruvius), 36, 97 deconstruction, 3 De correctione antiphonarii (Agobard), 55, 65 De divina psalmodia (Agobard), 65 De ecclesiasticis of‹ciis (Isidore), 44 De generibus agonum (Maurus), 45 De institutione (Hugh), 88 De tragoediis (Honorius), 8, 76–80, 84, 86, 88, 92, 96 Mass, interpretations of, 84, 86, 88 De universo (Maurus), 44–48 Mass, interpretations of, 49, 57–58, 76, 82 dialectic, 4, 28 Didascalicon (Hugh), 8, 74, 82, 85–87, 93 Differentiarum (Isidore), 38, 40 drama, consciousness of concept of, 2, 5, 99 Drama and Resistance (Sponsler...

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