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Varro) makes it clear that the Placita of Aetios are not based directly on the work of Theophrastos. Indeed (Dox. p. 100, and pp. 178 f.) it is evident from an examination of the work of Aetios by itself that much of his material is drawn from Stoic and Epicurean sources. As the main source for what remains after Stoic and Epicurean passages have been cut out, Diels postulates an earlier Placita (Vetusta placita, pp. 215 f.). He finds traces of this in the work of Varro as used by Censorinus, in Cicero's Tusculan Disputations, and in some later writers.

$ 17. Résumé. The doxographic tradition starts with the work of Theophrastos on the opinions of his predecessors. On this work is based immediately the Vetusta placita; on the Vetusta placita is based the Placita of Aetios, and there are traces of its use by later writers; the Placita of Aetios may be partially reconstructed from Plutarch's Placita and Stobaeos' Eclogae. Again, using Theophrastos and gathering anecdotes from every side, writers of the second century B.C. wrote the lives of the philosophers. A line of tradition probably independent of the Placita just considered appears in the work of Hippolytos, who used now the work of Theophrastos, now the lives; in Diogenes Laertios, where material from most various sources is indiscriminately mixed; and in the Stromateis attributed to Plutarch by Eusebios, which are related to the better material of Hippolytos. Simplicius used Theophrastos directly. Finally in the fragments of Philodemos and the related material in Cicero's Lucullus and De natura deorum we find traces of a use of Theophrastos either by Philodemos himself, or in a common source of both Cicero and Philodemos-probably a Stoic epitome of Theophrastos made by the Phaedros whom Cicero mentions.

INDEXES

I. INDEX OF SOURCES

The references are to the critical notes.Anaximandros (Ad.), Herakleitos (H.),

Zeno (Z.), Melissos (M.), and Anaxagoras, (A.), are referred to by fragments; Par-
menides (P.) and Empedokles (E.) by lines. Other references are by pages (p.)

197-198, 199,201, 208, 219, 221,
236-237, 244, 270, 273-274, 279;
280, 287-311, 313 b, 316-325,

326, 330-332, 333-335, 425-427
Arius Didymus in Eusebios, Prae-

paratio evangelicae. H. 42
Athenaeos, Deipnosophistae. H.

16, 54 ; Z. 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23;

E. 214, 383–384, 405-411
Athenagoras, Legatio in Migne, Pa-

trologia Graeca, vol. vi. E. 34-35
Aulus Gellius, Noctes Atticae. H.

16; E. 441

Achilles (commonly called Tatius)

in Petavii de doctrina tempo-
rum. Antwerp 1703. H. 119;

Z. 12; E. 138, 154
Aelian de natura animalium, ed.

Hercher. E. 257-260, 438,439
Aeneas Gazaeus, Theophrastus, ed.

Wolf. Turici 1560.* H. 82
Albertus Magnus de vegetabilibus,

ed. Meyer. H. 51
Alexander of Aphrodisias, Com-

mentaries on Aristotle. H. 32,

84, 121
Amelius in Eusebios, Praeparatio

evangelicae. H. 2
Ammonius on Aristotle de inter-

pretatione. P. 60; E. 347–351
Anecdota Graeca, ed. Bekker. Ber-

lin 1821. E. 156
Apollonios, Epistolae, in Hercher,

Scriptores epistolographi. Paris

1873. H. 130, 133
Apuleius de mundo, ed. Gold-

bacher. Wien 1876. H. 55, 59
Aristides Quintilianus de musica,

ed. Meibomius. Amst. 1652.

H. 68, 74
Aristokles in Eusebios, Praeparatio

evangelicae. M. 17
Aristotle (Edition of the Berlin

Academy), Ad. 1; H. 2, 32, 37,
41, 43, 46, 51, 55, 57, 59, 105;
Z. 12, 25; P. 52–53, 103–104,
132, 146–149; E. 36-39, 48-50,
69-73, 92, 98, 100, 104-107,
139-141, 145, 146-148, 165,
166-167, 168, 175, 182-183,

Caelius Aurelianus de moribus

acutis et chronicis, ed. Wetstein.

Amst. 1709. P. 150–155
Cedrenus, Chronicles in Scriptores

historiae Byzantinae. Bonn

1838. E. 355
Censorinus de die natali, ed.

Hultsch. Lips. 1867. H. 87
Cicero, opera. H. 113, 114
Clement of Alexandria (references

are to the pages of Potter's
edition, Oxford 1715). H. 2, 3,
5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21,
23, 27, 31, 49, 54, 60, 64, 67, 68,
74, 77, 78, 79, 80, 86, 101, 102,
104, 110, 111, 116, 118, 122, 123,
124, 125, 127, 130 ; Z. 1, 5, 6; P.
29-30,40,59–60,90–93,133-139;
E. 26-28, 33, 55-57, 74, 78, 81,
130–133, 147-148, 165, 342-343,
344-346, 366-368, 383-384, 385,
390-391, 400-401, 404, 445-146,
447-451

Columella de re rustica, ed.

Ernesti. 1774. H. 53
Cornutus, Compendium graecae

theologiae. E. 397-399
Cyrillus adversum Julianum in
Migne, Patrologia Graeca. E.
412-414

Didymos, Geoponica in Niclas,

Geoponicorum libri xx. Lips.

1781. E. 441
Dio Cassius, Historia Romana.

H. 67
Dio Chrysostom, Orations, ed.

Reiske. H. 80
Diodorus Siculus, Bibliotheca his-

torica. E. 354
Diogenes Laertios de vitis philo-

sophorum. H. 4, 16, 17, 19, 22,
33, 48, 62, 69, 71, 80, 103, 112,
113, 114, 119, 131, 132; Z. 14,
18, 24; P. 28-30, 54-56; E. 1,
6, 24-32, 34–35, 67-68, 352-363,

383-384, 415, 417
Draco Stratoniceus de metris

poeticis, ed. Hermann. Lips.
1812. 2. 28

Elias Cretensis, p. 54
Epicharmos in Mullach, Frag-

menta Philos. Graec. H. 81
Epictetus, Dissertationes. H. 85
Etymologicum Magnum. H. 66;

Z. 18; E. 150
Eusebios, Praeparatio evangelicae.

H. 2, 3, 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 110,
122, 124, 125; Z. 1, 5, 6; M.
17; P. 60; E. 33–35, 377-380,

412-414, 450-451
Eustathius, Commentaries

on

Glykas, Annales, ed. Bekker,

Bonn 1836, in Corpus script.

Byzant. H. 74
Gregory Nazianzen, Orations.

H. 130

Hephaestion, Enchiridion, ed.

Gaisford. Lips. 1832. E. 164
Herakleitos (pseudo-), Epistolae in
Bywater's Heraclitus.

H. 12,
39, 40, 60, 121
Herakleitos (Herakleides), Alle-
goriae Homericae.

H. 22, 67,
81; E. 34-35
Hermeias on Plato's Phaedros, ed.

Ast. H. 74
Herodian, Reliquiae, ed. Lentz.

Lips. 1870. Z. 28, 29, 30, 31
Hesychius, Lexicon. H. 80
Hierokles, Commentary on the

Carmen aureum, in Mullach,
Fragmenta Philos. Graec. vol. i.

E. 385-386, 389
Hippokrates, in Bywater's Hera-

clitus. H. 39, 61, 66, 69, 70, 82
Hippolytos, Refutatio omnium

haeresium, ed. Duncker, Schnei-
dewin. Göttingen 1859. H. 1, 2,
13, 21, 24, 26, 28, 29, 35, 36, 44,
45, 47, 50, 52, 57, 58, 67, 68, 69,
71, 79, 101, 123; Z. 14; E. 33-35,
110-111, 333-335, 338–341, 348–
349, 369-370

Homer. H. 43, 66, 74, 119;
Z. 13, 17; E. 168, 182-183,
405-407

Iamblichos de mysteriis &c. H. 11,

12, 29, 69, 79, 82, 83, 95, 105,

114, 128, 129; E. 415-420
Iohannes Lydus de mensibus, ed.

Bekker. Berlin 1837, in Corpus
scriptorum historiae Byzantinae.

H. 87
Iohannes Siceliotas in Walz,

Rhetores Graeci. Stuttgart
1836. H. 2

ed.

Florilegium Monacense,

Meineke. H. 132, 134, 135

Julian, Orations, ed. Spanheim.

Lips. 1696. H. 10, 16, 68, 80, 85
E. 388

Gaisford, Poetae minores Graeci.

P. 151-153; E. 169-185, 210_

213, 240-242, 244-246
Galen, in Scriptores medici, ed.

Kuhn. H. 53, 74, 113; Z. 14;
P. 150; E. 91, 98, 100, 151,
276-278

Kleanthes' Hymn to Zeus, in

Heeren's Stobaei Eclogae Phy-

sicae. 1792. H. 19, 28, 91
Kleomedes περί ueteupwv, ed.

Bakius. Lips. 1832. H. 69

Linos (pseudo-) in Mullach, Frag-

menta Philos. Graec. vol. i.

H. 19
Lucian, Dialogues. H. 14, 44, 67,

79, 114; E. 355

Macrobius, on Somnium Scipionis,

and Saturnalia. H. 31 ; E. 150
Marcus Antoninus, Commentaries.

H. 25, 34, 69, 73, 84, 90 ; E. 138
Maximus Confessor, Sermones, ed.

Combefisius. Paris 1675. H. 34,

136, 137
Maximus Tyrius, Dissertationes.

H. 25, 67, 69
Musonius in Stobaeos, Florilegium.

H. 69, 74, 114 (Cf. H. 27, 67, 74
in Clement, Paidagogos)

115, 116, 117, 120, 121, 122, 127,
138; Z. 14, 15; P. 60, 132, 144,
145; E. 5, 8-9, 33-35, 36–39,
40-44, 45-47, 51-54, 58–59, 60,
78, 79, 80-81, 98, 100, 135-136,
143-144, 149, 151, 153, 155,
157-159, 160, 161, 163, 165,
208, 209, 220, 221, 238,239,
243, 257-260, 261, 272, 279, 281,
282-283, 313, 373-381, 390, 393-
396, 402, 403, 423-424, 430-431,

440, 444
Pollux, Onomasticon. H. 85
Polybios, Historia. H. 14-15
Porphyry, de antro nympharum,

&c. H. 67, 70, 74; P. (1-30);
Z. 10; E. 165-392, 401, 405-

420, 436-437
Probus, Comment in Virgilii Bu-

col. et Geor. E. 33 35
Proklos, Commentaries on Plato.

H. 16, 32, 44, 68, 79, 80, 111;
P. 29-30, 33-42, 65, 81, 85, 103–

Z. 14; E. 3, 18, 138, 162,
386-387

Numenius in Chalcidius on the

Timaeos, in Mullach, Fragmenta
Philos. Graec. vol. ii. H. 43
(Cf. H. 72 in Porphyry, de antro
nympharum)

105;

Olympiodoros (cf. p. 17), Commen-

taries on Plato and Aristotle.

H. 20, 32, 68
Origen contra Celsum. H. 62, 85,

130; Z. 74; E. 374-375
Orphica, ed. G. Hermann. Lips.

1805. E. 438-439

Philo Judaeus, Opera, ed. Mangey.

H. 1, 2, 10, 22, 24, 64, 67, 68,
69, 70, 74, 79, 82, 85, 87, 134;

E. 48-49, 386-387
Philodemos de pietate, ed. Gom-

perz. H. 28

Philoponos, Commentaries on

Aristotle. Z. 10; P. 60-61, 81;
E. 98, 100, 219, 244, 270-271,

280, 284-285, 330-332, 333-335
Philostratos, vita Apollonii, ed.

Kayser. E. 355, 383–384
Plato (Stephanus' pages). H. 32,

41, 45, 58, 69, 79, 98, 99; P.52-

53, 98, 103-105, 132
Plotinos, Enneades. H. 32, 54,

69, 80, 82, 83, 85, 99; P. 40, 81;

E. 381-382
Plutarch, Moralia and Lives. H.11,

12, 19, 20, 22, 24, 25, 29, 31,.34,
38, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 47, 62, 70,
74, 78, 79, 80, 85, 87, 105, 108,

Satyros in Diogenes Laertios. E.

24-32
Scholia to Aristophanes. Z. 27
Scholia to Aristotle. P. 140-143;

M. 17; E. 169–185, 210-213,

244, 246, 240-242, 381-382
Scholia to Euripides. H. 138;

Z. 13; E. 275
Scholia to Homer. H. 39, 43, 61,

66, 85, 119; Z. 8, 11, 13; E.168,

182-183, 405-407, 67-68
Scholia to Nicander, Theriaca.

E. 421-422
Scholia to Plato, ed. Ast. E. 60
Seneca,Epistolae. H.77,81, 113, 120
Sextus Empiricus, adv. Mathemati-

cos, ed. Bekker. H. 2, 4, 42, 52,
54, 78; Z. 2, 7, 8, 14; P. 1-30,
53-58, 132; E. 2-10, 33, 35, 77, 80,

333-335, 355, 364-365, 428-429
Simplicius de caelo. M. 17; Z.

28-32, 60, 62-65, 77, 110-113,
140-143, 151-153; E. 67-73,
114-115, 128, 169-185, 178, 181,
210-213, 215-218, 240-242, 244-

246, 254, 256
Simplicius, Commentary on the

Physics. H. 20, 41, 43, 56, 57,
58; X. 3,4; Z. 1-16; M. 1-16;

P. 35-40, 43b-51, 52-53, 57-70,
82–89, 94-112,110-121,122-125,
126-128, 132 ; Ε. 61-73, 74-95,
96, 109, 112-118, 119-129, 135,
138, 139, 141, 152, 171-185,
186-194, 195-196, 199–202, 203-

207, 218, 247-253, 262-269
Stobaeos, Florilegium and Eclogae

physicae. Η. 4, 11, 18, 59, 63, 67,
73, 74, 104, 106, 107, 108, 109,
134 ; Ζ. 8, 11, 16; P. 103-105,
132 ; Ε. 67-68, 71, 91, 138, 175,

237-239, 269-270, 390, 402
Suidas, Geography. H. 30, 85,

114 ; Ε, 326
Symmachus, Epistolae. H. 113
Synesius, Epistolae, ed. Hercher.

Paris 1873. Ε. 386-388 ; De

insomnia, 474
Suidas, Lexicon. H. 9, 80; Ε.

24-32, 150

Tertullian, in Migne, Patrologia

latina i.-iii. H. 69, 71
Themistius, Orationes, ed. Trunca-

vellus. Venet. 1534. H. 10; Para-
phrases Arist. libr. ed. Spengel.

Lips. 1866. Η. 122 ; Ε.330
Theodoret, Ecclesiastica historia.

Η. 3, 7, 8, 101, 102, 104, 122 ;
Ζ. 5, 6; Ρ. 60, 90; Ε. 56-57,

91, 334-336
Theodorus, Prodromus, v. supra,

p. 50
Theon Smyrnaeus, Arithmetica,

ed. Hiller. 1878. Ε. 442-443
Theophrastos, Opera, ed. Wimmer.

Η. 46, 84 ; Ρ. 146-149 ; Ε. 182-
183, 219, 314-315, 336-337,

423-424 ; Ad. 2; Ζ. 2, 3
Timon of Phlius in Eusebios,

Praeparatio evangelicae. E.

400-401
Tzetzes, Chiliades, and Exeget. in

Eliadum. H. 66, 78; Ε. 24-32,
66-68, 244, 347-351, 396

Tatianus, Oratio ad Graecos in

Otto, Corpus apologet. vi. Jena
1851. Η. 80

Xenophon, Memorabilia. H. 58

II. GREEK INDEX

Parmenides (P.) and Empedokles (E.) are referred to by lines; Anaximandros (Ad.),

Herakleitos (H.), Xenophanes (X.), Zeno (Z.), Melissos (M.), and Anaxagoras (A.), by
the number of the fragment in which the word occurs. Occasional references to

pages are indicated by p.
αγαθός, Η. 57, 61, 111

αισα, Ρ. 127; E. 113, 231, 266
άγαλμα, Η. 130; Ε. 408

αίσιμος, Ε. 301, 307
αγχιβασίη, Η. 9

αισχρή, Ε. 395
άγων, Η. 119; Χ. 19

αίων, Η. 79; Ε. 71, 111, 224, 389,
αδικία, Αd. 2

420
άεθλον, Χ. 19

ακίνητος, Ρ. 82
αήρ, pp. 17, 63; Μ. 17; E. 132 ; άκος, Η. 129
Α. 1, 2, 6; Ρ. 24; Ε. 450

ακούη, Η. 13; Ρ. 55 ; Ε. 20, 21
αθάνατος, Ε. 425 ; Η. 67

ακούω, Η. 2, 6; Χ. 2; M. 17; E.
αθρέω, Ε. 4, 19, 156

14, 33
αίδιος, Μ. 17; E. 370

άκρητος, Ε. 144, 183, 410, 412
αιθέριος, Ε. 377

αληθείη, P. 29, 36, 111; Ε. 366
αιθήρ, Χ. 11; P. 133, 141; Ε. 31, αληθής, Ρ. 73, 84, 99; Μ. 17

40, 78, 133, 146, 166, 198, 204, αμβλύνω, Ε. 3, 228
211, 216, 291, 293, 299, 304, 310, άμβροτος, Ε. 99, 181, 355
334, 379, 427; A. 1, 2, 6

αμηχανία, Ρ. 47
αίθρη, Ε. 158

αμοιβή, p. 60
αίθριος, Η. 30

αμπλακίη, Ε. 371
αίμα, Ε. 207, 292, 308, 327

ανάγκη, Ρ. 72, 86, 138 ; Ε. 232

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