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Philostratros’ Life of Apollonios of Tyana and its Literary Context

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Nikoletta Kanavou

General Index

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Achilles (hero)

48-9, 50, 143 n. 16, 145, 156-7, 159 n. 71,
161 n. 77, 186 n. 27,203,225-6

Acta Alexandrinorum

102 n. 54

agapē

118, 176

aidōs

63, 64 n. 106, 177

Aisop

88, 108, 119, 142, 145, 183,235-6

akolasia

46, 63

akrasia

46

alētheia

77-8

Alexander the Great

– in Plutarch

105-6, 175, 225 n. 71

– in the VA

206 n. 2, 222-3, 224-5

– as romance hero

48 n. 52, 88, 107-10, 116 n. 21, 117 n. 123,
119, 124, 132, 142, 145-6, 183, 203 n. 94,
225,235, 242

andreia

31,51,75, 95, 192, 197

anger

45, 50, 78,156-7

apatheia

66, 73,74n. 146, 119 n. 134

Aphrodite

52, 62, 132 n. 198, 146, 152, 159, 166, 173,
198

Apollo

36 n. 2, 124, 126, 131 n. 192, 133, 234, 236

Apollonios

– and the divine

11, 13, 22, 26, 32, 43, 73, 121-2, 123-34,
135-6, 146, 193,215-6, 221,239

– and inscriptions

120,232,234-5

– and Jesus

12-3, 16-8, 31-2, 40, 42, 71-2, 88, 101-2,
111-2, 116-8, 122-4, 136, 163, 183-4, 237,
239

– and Proteus

43 n. 36, 107 n. 74, 125

– and women

162-6, 177

– apologia of

39, 60, 70, 76, 79, 80, 126, 129, 160, 161,
176-7,216, 229

– as adviser/teacher

18, 53, 57, 79, 80, 81-2, 100, 117, 159-60,
176-7, 181, 183-4, 193

– as author

17, 100-1,210-11,216

– as magician

14, 18, 22, 42, 111-2, 125-7, 194, 227

– as philosopher

37-8, 57, 69-70

aretē

47,49,51,60, 148, 171

– see also virtue

asceticism

18, 50, 61, 66-7, 72-3, 86, 98-9, 104, 111,
117, 123, 142, 167,171-2, 236-7

– see also chastity
askēsis

102 n. 54, 112, 169, 197

beauty

– and erōs

142-3, 147

– and the philosopher

144-5, 148

Caracalla

16, 110, 152 n. 43, 191 n. 43

chastity

29, 32, 52, 55, 60-4, 66, 72-3, 92, 94, 96,
114-6, 137, 140-78, 196-7, 200-1, 236, 240,
242

– see also asceticism

Christianity/Christians

12, 16-7,41-2,61,72-3

– philosophy of

12,28, 32,71-3, 111-23

– see also novel, Christian

Cynicism

54, 69-70, 96, 130

Damis

– as narrator

25

– as ‘source’

14-5,21,208-9

– characterisation of

33, 41, 48, 85, 169-71, 176, 199-200, 205,
209 n. 16

Demetrios the Cynic

18 n. 33, 58, 69 nn. 121; 123, 70 n. 129, 78,
102 n. 53, 169, 171 n. 109, 176 n. 135, 203,
n. 90, 209 n. 16,217,219-20

dikaiosynē

31, 45-7, 54-7, 63, 75, 95, 113, 214

Dio Chrysostom

24 n. 60, 28-9, 39-40, 53 n. 74, 59, 76 n.
155, 79 n. 165, 81, 82 n. 176, 84, 87 n. 202,
92, 93, 102, 130, 162 n. 79, 176 n. 131, 180
n. 4, 182 n. 9, 218 n. 48, 238 n. 121

disciples

– of Apollonios

13,52, 117-8, 119 n. 134,200, 220

– of Jesus

117-8

Domitian

39, 53, 60, 63, 76, 78, 79-80, 101-2, 150,
157-8,213,217,234

egkrateia

28, 43, 45-6, 67, 74, 100,116,117,195

emotions

66, 73, 118, 157, 173, 178, 201, 217-8

– see also anger; apatheia

ending, of the VA

66, 123-4, 135-8, 205, 208, 238-9

Epicureanism

28 n. 78, 37, 69, 70 n. 129, 104, 111 n. 96,
168 n. 98

Ethiopia

33, 58, 84, 86, 134, 160, 182, 193, 200, 202

– see also Gymnosophists

eulabeia

60

eunuchs

61, 63, 64, 66, 69, 93, 147, 153-5, 156, 168,
198

Euphrates of Tyre

18, 59, 68, 78, 80 n. 170, 92, 122 n. 150,
126, 164,210

fate

137-8

Favorinos of Arelatai

40, 93, 154-5

fictionality

15 n. 16, 21, 24, 26, 68 n. 119, 115 n. 115,
135, 187, 191, 216 n. 41,240

freedom, philosophical

73, 77, 80, 95, 200, 220

genre, literary

19, 20, 22-3, 31, 44, 55, 87, 88-90, 97, 102,
142, 188, 194, 204, 237-8,240-1

Gymnosophists

53-4, 61 n. 98, 86, 109, 127, 133, 134, 152
n. 44, 157, 193

Hellenism

– classical

82-5, 114, 186,214

– see also paideia,

Hellenic

hēsychia

98 n. 37, 180

homoiōsis theō

73,130

homosexuality

70, 74, 112 n. 98, 167-8, 174 n. 22

India

32, 45-6, 58, 63, 80, 82-4, 87, 146, 147,
160- 1, 178, 181-6, 192-4, 199, 202, 212,
213, 217,219, 221-2, 224-8, 233-4

– Wise Men of

18, 41, 48, 54, 70, 83-6, 109, 127, 129, 138,
152, 156-7, 160, 181, 183,192-4, 203-4

intertextuality

19-20

Julia Domna

15-6,38, 139 n. 4, 152 n. 43

magic/magicians

15, 111, 126-7, 133-4, 161, 226-7, 229

– see also Apollonios, as magician

– see also miracles

Marcus Aurelius

16 n. 24, 28, 80 n. 166, 81, 84 n. 186, 178 n.
144

marriage

61, 68-74, 105, 112 n. 98, 134, 136, 142,
156-7, 159, 167, 170, 172, 174, 176 n. 128,
177, 178, 196, 199

martyrs

20, 101-2, 116, 135 n. 210, 142, 174 n. 119,
200, 242

Maximos of Aigai

14, 181,207-8

Maximos of Tyre

39-40

miracles

13 n. 9, 21, 72, 80 n. 66, 94 n. 26, 101,
121- 2, 125-7, 128 nn. 179; 182, 133-4,
136, 146, 193

– see also magic/

magicians

moicheia

63, 69, 70-2, 84, 92 n. 17, 93, 114, 155 nn.
57; 60,157

Moiragenes

14, 100,208,210

Musonios

45 n. 45, 68, 70, 76, 81, 102, 114-5, 120,
130 n. 188, 211, 215 n. 39

Nero

52, 58, 60, 78-9, 102 n. 53, 119 n. 134, 158,
200,213,215,220

novel

– Christian

20, 22-4, 32, 115-6, 142, 145,172-4, 184

– Greek romantic

20, 23-4, 31-3, 50, 55, 70, 73, 82, 96, 103,
132-4, 136-7, 139-55, 160, 166-78, 185-205,
224, 230-3, 237-8, 240-2

– Jewish

24, 32, 116, 169, 236-7

oikeiōsis

120 n. 142

Orpheus

36 n. 2, 95 n. 26, 228 n. 84

paideia

29,31,76, 96, 114, 116-7, 171

– Hellenic

83,99 n. 42, 102 n. 54

Palamedes

48-50, 65, 145, 222, 225-6, 228-9, 235

parrhēsia

78, 82

Paul the Apostle

16 n. 24, 72, 76 n. 153, 78 n. 159, 82 n. 177,
113, 169 n. 100, 184, 190,239

– in A. Paul. et Thecl.

145,173, 184

philanthropia

31,53 n. 72, 118-21, 162,218,219

philia

120 n. 142, 176

prophecy

48, 66, 80 n. 167, 111, 126, 129

purity

46-7, 55, 66, 69 n. 121, 72-4, 95, 131, 172

Pythagoras

15, 20, 33, 36-7, 40, 42-3, 53-4, 57, 61,
69- 70, 81, 83, 86, 89, 94-5, 97-9, 101,
125, 127, 128, 132, 135-6, 144, 167-8,
182-3, 185,236

Pythagoreanism

15, 36-8, 40-1, 42-3, 49, 54, 59, 62, 65, 67,
69-70, 81, 94-5, 97-9, 106-7, 115, 126-7,
129, 135-6, 159, 172, 176, 180,236

Septimius Severus

16-7, 20 n. 40

Sokrates

50, 67 n. 114, 80, 89, 101, 107, 121, 122 n.
151, 129, 177 n. 137, 182 n. 14, 215 n. 39

sophists

22-5, 38-41, 70, 91-4, 127-8, 154-5, 182,
214

sotēria

121

soul

– immortality of

66, 137-8,238-9

– migration of

36 n. 2, 49, 57 n. 81, 119, 125, 157, 188 n.
32, 224 n. 66, 228

– nature of

66

Stoicism

28, 47, 57, 61, 66-71, 73-4, 76, 81, 95-6,
104, 110-1, 114-6, 120, 128, 130, 138, 176,
200, 214

tapeinophrosynē

115

Titus (emperor)

52-3,75,78, 158 n. 67, 176 n. 135

trial

– as literary motif

55, 148 n. 32, 158, 169

– of Apollonios

25 n. 65, 39, 55, 79, 80, 101, 121, 129, 157,
202,213,215-6

Tyana

131, 179, 202

Tyche

190,194,201

Vespasian

38, 53, 58, 59-60, 75, 79, 81, 119, 120, 158,
176 n. 135

vices

46,91, 105, 107, 177

virtue

– unity of

47

– see individual virtues

women

– and philosophy

114- 5, 135, 145, 168

– and sōphrosynē

29, 64,113-6

– in Christianity

115- 6, 168, 173

– in the novels

28, 149-50, 168-9, 187, 199

– in Plutarch

177

– in the VA

28, 64, 168

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