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Index of Other Classical and Pre-Modern Authors and Materials

Aelian
Nat. an. 341
Aeschylus 66
Ag.
1642 252
Aesop Index of Fables Index of Subjects
testimonia, proverbs 125, 289, 528
Ahiqar Index of Subjects
Tale of Ahiqar 49, 77, 106–107, 125, 268, 519
Fables 102, 106–107, 268
8.24 211–12
Aphthonius Index of Subjects
Fab. Index of Fables
Prog.
1 151, 156, 166–67, 218, 378, 385, 390
Appian
Bell. Civ.
1.101 The Lice and the
Farmer (Perry 471) 372
Apsines of Gadara
Art of Rhetoric
6.1 217–19
Archilochus Index of Subjects
Frag.
172–81 66–67
172 66–67
176 67, 306–307
185–87 66
Aristophanes Index of Subjects
Av.
471 The Crested Lark Burying Her Father (Perry 474) 71
471 170
652–654 66
Lys.
694–99 The Eagle and the Dung Beetle 261
Pax
129–34 The Eagle and the Dung Beetle 261
545 363
Vesp.
560–67 69, 361
566 169
1182 69
1257–61 169, 361
1399–1405 69
1401–1405 Aesop and the Bitch (Perry 423) 169
1427–32 The Chariot Driver (Perry 428) 69, 169–70, 317, 386
1431–32 414
1435–40 The Woman and the Jar (Perry 438) 69, 170, 217
1445–49 The Eagle and the Dung Beetle
1445–46 72
1446–49 261
1448 69
Aristotle Index of Subjects
Poet.
1449A 249
Rhet.
2.20.1–8 68–69, 85, 209–17
2.20.1 209
2.20.2–7 212, 411
2.20.2–3 209
2.20.4–5 210–11
2.20.5 The Horse and the Hunter 69, 211, 216, 415
2.20.6 The Fox and the Hedgehog (Perry 427) 69, 211, 216, 415
2.20.7 216
3.4 211–12
3.15 363
Top. 210
Athenaeus
Deipn.
6.99 The Dog in the Manger 245
7.31 307
Augustana Collection Index of Subjects
Fab. Index of Fables
Avianus Index of Subjects
Fab. Index of Fables
Babrius Index of Subjects
Fab. Index of Fables
Callimachus of Cyrene Index of Subjects
Iambus
2 82–83, 263
4 The Laurel and the Olive Tree (Perry 439) 83
frag. 229 Man’s Loquacity (Perry 431) 80, 82
Carpyllides
Anth. pal. 9.52 The Fisherman, the Head, and the Treasure 297
Chariton
Chaer.
8 304–305
Cicero
Inv.
1.17 70
1.30 222
Rab. Post
9.23 78
Conon
Narr
42 85
Demetrius of Phalerum Index of Subjects
Αἰσωπείων λόγων συναγωγαί 40, 77–82, 87, 89, 387–88
[Eloc.]
23 220
157–158 162
Sayings of the Seven Wise Men 461
Demosthenes
2 Olyth.
10 218
Cor.
264 333
Mid.
37 333
Diogenes Laertius
Vit.
2.23 Socrates 461
2.84 Aristippus 147
5.5 Demetrius of Phalerum 78–79
5.5.80 Demetrius of Phalerum 162
5.5.81 Demetrius of Phalerum 147
6.5 Crates 363
7.19 Antisthenes 147
Diogenianus
Lexicon
83 245
Dio Chrysostom Index of Subjects
1 Tars. = Or. 33
33.11–12 67–68
33.16 They Eyes and the Mouth (Perry 461) 529
Dei cogn. = Or. 12
12.6–8 The Owl and the Birds (Perry 437a)
Hab. = Or. 72
11 148
13 162, 276, 361
14–16 The Owl and the Birds (Perry 437b) 86–87, 276
Hom. Socr. = Or. 55
55.6–7 68
Diogenes Laertius
Vit.
2.5.42 73
6.2.40 148
6.2.42 148
6.2.51 148
6.2.62 148
Dionysius of Halicarnassus
Ant. rom.
6.83.1–5 The Body and Its Members 529
Dionysius Thrax
Grammatici Graeci
1.1 140
Euripides
Bacch.
795 251
frag. 604 252
Hipp. 104
Greek Anthology
9.12–13 192
Hermias
Σ 532
Herodotus
Hist.
1.141 The Fisherman and His Pipe 19, 252, 280, 525, 533
2.134–35 74, 262–63
Hesiod
Op.
202–213 The Hawk and the Nightingale 65–66, 261, 306, 384
Homer Index of Subjects
Od.
14.462–505 174
Il.
6.506–11 217
6.416 220
Horace Index of Subjects
Ep.
1.1.73 The Sick Lion and the Clever Fox 164, 276
1.20.20 273
Odes
1.2 460
1.31 460
Sat.
1.1.25–26 135
1.6.19–23 The Donkey and the Lion’s Skin 273–74, 525
1.6.45–48 273
1.6.46 273
2.3.314–21 The Frog Who Burst 274
2.6.10–13 The Treasure Hidden in a Field 247
2.6.76–77 274–76
2.6.80–117 The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse 274–76
Iamblichus
frag. 7 532
Josephus
Ant.
5.7.2 [235–37] Jotham’s Fable 62
5.7.2 [236] 374
18.139–40 96
18.174–75 The Wounded Man and the Flies 216
Letter of Aristeas 78–79
Life of Aesop Index of Subjects
Vit. Aes.
Incipit [G] 262–64
1 [G] 124, 263
1 [Planudes] 262
2–3 188
3 348
7 162
11–15 348
14 290
20–91 349
31 290
34–37 190
35–36 124
40 162
41–43 191
49–50 190
51–53 187–88, 190
53 348
54–55 191
69–74 124
78–80 124
89–90 264
93 125, 287
97 162
97 Ambassadors of the Wolves 373, 415
98 The Man Suddenly Wounded 223
99 The Poor Man Hunting Grasshoppers 40, 298 373
99 [SBPVO] 298
100 124, 162
105–108 125
107 263
109 223
115 The Sun and Its Rays 223
124 [G] 220, 285
124–25 250–51, 285
125 The Driftwood on the Sea 223–24, 250, 285, 524
127–28 125
129 The Widow and the Ploughman (Perry 388) 336, 415
130–42 280
132–42 125, 283–89
132–33 The Mouse’s Revenge against the Frog 39–40, 287–88
132 250–51, 285
133 39–40, 373
140 The Farmer Who Grew Old in the Country (Perry 381) 39–40, 286–87, 372, 386
141 [W] 125, 196
141 [MORN] The Father Who Raped His Daughter (Perry 379) 147, 286–87
142 125
John of Sardis
Prog. 1 162, 166–67, 391
Julian
Or. 7.20A–D 29, 77, 171, 270
Ep. 50 99
Juvenal
Sat.
6.242 367
Livy
Hist. Rom.
2.32 426
2.32.9 The Body 529
Lucian
Dionysus
8 152
Ver. hist.
2.18 362
Hermot.
71 297
84 The Man Who Tried to Count the Waves (Perry 429) 80–81
Ind.
30 245
Tim.
14 245
Lucillus Tarrhaeus
frag. 1 221
Marius Victorinus
Ciceronis rhetoricam
1.17 70
Martial
Epig.
3.20 114, 162, 165
Maximus of Tyre
Oration
36.1 263
Menander
Dysk.
189–91 305
457–58 305
Nikephoros Basilakes
Prog.
1.4 The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing (Perry 451) 168–69, 525
Nicolaus the Sophist
Prog.
1 145, 161–62
2 155, 168, 218, 342, 391
10 308
Odo of Cheriton 242–43
Palatine Anthology
Anth. pal.
6.219 297
9.52 The Fisherman, the Head, and the Treasure 297
12.236.3–4 245
Phaedrus Index of Subjects
Fab Index of Fables
Philo
Mos.
2.25–44 79
Philodemus 220
Philogelos 362
Philostratus
Imag.
1.3 Fables 262, 270
Vit. Apoll.
5.14–16 The Fable of Aesop 186
5.14.1–3 28–29, 271, 276
5.14.2 270
5.16.1 29
7.30.2 The Lion in the Cave 29
7.30.3 284
Pindar
Pyth. 252
Plato
Resp.
2.376E–377A 28, 71–72
Phaed.
60B–E 72–73
60B Pleasure and Pain (Perry 445) 72–73
61A5–B7 284
61B 73–74
259B–C The Cicadas (Perry 470) 532
260C 297
Plautus
Epid.
732 347
Pseud. 347
Pliny
Ep.
10.96 280
Plutarch Index of Subjects
Arat.
30 The Cuckoo and the Little Birds (Perry 446) 271
Conj. praec.
41 (144A) The Runaway Slave (Perry 440) 271
[Cons. Apoll.]
18 (112A) The Privilege of Grief (Perry 462) 271
Fac.
921F–922A 363
Inim. util.
86E–F The Satyr and Fire (Perry 467) 271
Mor.
14E 155
141D 461
614E The Fox and the Crane (Perry 426) 80–81
848A The Shadow of the Ass (Perry 460) 296–97
Praec. ger. rei publ.
12 (806E) The Wren on the Eagle’s Back (Perry 434) 271
Quaest. rom.
54 (303A) Aphrodite and the Merchant (Perry 433) 271
Sept. sap. conv.
150A 77, 270
155B 77
156A The Wolf and the Shepherds (Perry 453) 271
157A–B The Moon and Her Mother (Perry 468) 271
157B The Dog’s House (Perry 449) 271
164B 162
Sera
556F 77
Them.
18 The Feast Day and the Day After (Perry 441) 271
Lost works: fable books, Concerning Speechless Animals 270–71
Priscian
Praeexercitamina 155
Pseudo-Ammonius 221
Pseudo-Diogenianus
Proverbs
Preface Frag. 734 The Fisherman and the Octopus 307
Pseudo-Dositheus
Hermeneumata 138–39
The Landlord and the Sailors (Perry 391) 139
Pseudo-Hermogenes
Prog.
1 151, 163, 308–309, 322–23, 341–42, 385
9 308
Ptolemaeus of Ascalon 221
Quintilian Index of Subjects
Inst.
1 135
1.1.20 135
1.1.23 137
1.1.24–26 135
1.1.37 135
1.3.12–13 137
1.9.1–3 95
1.9.2–3 332–33
1.9.2 164
1.9.3 145
4.2.35–37 369
5.2.8 222
5.6.20–23 276
5.11.19–21 65, 162, 164, 196, 222, 361, 528
5.11.19 277
6.3.44 361
9.2.30–31 309
9.2.31–32 308–309
9.2.31 376
10.1 138
10.1.15 283
10.1.60 67
10.1.80 78
Rhetoric ad Herennium
Rhet. Her.
1.10 70, 283
Rhetoric for Alexander
Rhet.
28 143
Σ (Scholia)
Aristophanes
Av. 471 38, 166, 170, 218
Theon 155–58
Prog. 4 163, 424–25
Plato
Phaedr. 259B–C 532
Scriptores Historiae Augustae: Tacitus
6.5–6 135
Seneca
Ep.
59 222
94.9 138
Polyb.
8.3 112
Semonides 66
Simonides
frag. 514 The Fisherman and the Octopus 307
Solon 66
Sophocles
Ajax
1142–49 The Sailor’s Cowardice 414
Stobaeus
Flor.
3.1.172 461
3.10.68 The Dog Carrying Meat 152
Strabo
Geogr.
1.2.8 277
Sophron of Syracuse 152
Straton 245
Suda 99
Suetonius
Rhet.
1 144, 361
Sumerian Proverbs
Collection Five
5.38 306
5.42 306
Theognis 66
Theon
Prog.
1 143, 155, 165, 170,
332–33
3 147
4 38–39, 132, 150–56, 160–63, 165–66, 168, 178, 195–96, 218, 262, 278, 322–23, 377–78, 385, 389–90, 424
8 308
Theophrastus 78
Thucydides 77
Hist.
2.45 333
Trypho
Tropes I
5 219–220
Xenophon
Mem.
2.7.14 The Sheep Complain to the Master 414–15
Pseudo-Homer
Margites 66
Material Artifacts
Askos painting, Louvre Museum, inventory number G610. 75
Assendelft Tablets 93–94
Bodleianus Auct. F 4.7; Bodleianus 2906 99, 101
British Museum Add. MS. 22087 98–99, 435
Codex Neapolitanus (Bibl. Nat. IV F 58) 115
Derveni Papyrus
Col X.3 424
Gregorian Etruscan Museum, the Vatican, inventory number 16552 76
LDAB 1054; CPP0192 133
Painter of Bologna 417. Gregorian Etruscan Museum, the Vatican, inventory number 16552. 76, 251
P.Amh. 2.26 98–99
P.Berol. 11628 126
P.Bouriant 1 133, 136–37
P.Hak. 1 252, 525, 533
Pierpoint Morgan Library Manuscript 397, Cryptoferratensis A 33: “Manuscript G” 118, 126–28, 362
P.Mich. 6 38, 166
P.Oxy. 654 247
P.Oxy. 10.1249 93–95, 103
P.Oxy. 1800 125
P.Ryl. 493 81–87, 162, 384, 389–90, 401–406, 499
Rome, Villa Albani–Torlania, Inv. 964, 263
Sarpur Collection Manuscript 622/1868–212 241–42
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