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Annika Domainko

8. Index

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8.1 Index Locorum

Anonymous Seguerianus

 

The Art of Political Speech 96, 93

Appian

 

B Civ. 2.104, 96

 

Pun. 19.132, 104

 

Sam. 4.3, 141 n. 424

 

Syr. 18, 141 n. 425

Aristotle

 

Poet. 1449b24-28, 20 n. 63

 

Poet. 1458a18-19, 35 n. 99

 

Poet. 1459a17-30, 78 n. 266

 

Poet. 1459b20, 78 n. 266

 

Rh. 1385b13, 20 n. 63

 

Rh. 1386a17-24, 20 n. 63

 

Rh. 1386a24-26, 20 n. 63

 

Rh. 1404b2, 35 n. 99

 

Cassius Dio

 

51.1.1-2, 55 n. 190

 

53.17.1, 56 n. 191, 69 n. 238

 

56.30.3-4, 47 n. 147

Cicero

 

Brut. 261, 18 n. 55

 

Inv. rhet. 1.28, 74 n. 256

 

Phil. 70 n. 242, 91 n. 304

 

Red. sen. 34, 70 n. 241

 

Rep. 2.1-26, 197

 

Rosc. Am. 22, 195

 

Diodorus Siculus

 

20.43.7, 78 n. 266

 

Gorgias

 

11.8 DK, 20 n. 64

 

11.9 DK, 20 n. 65

 

Herodotus

 

1.1-5, 180 n. 515

 

6.21.2, 20 n. 63

Homer

 

Il. 6.145-51, 190 n. 537

Horace

 

Ars P. 6, 203 n. 570

 

Ars P. 60-3, 188

 

Epist. 2.1.1-4, 194, 203 n. 570

 

Epist. 2.1.5-14, 199

 

Epist. 2.1.15-7, 198

 

Epist. 2.1.21-2, 199

 

Epist. 2.1.229-31, 199

 

Epist. 2.1.266-70, 201

 

Epist. 2.2.19-25, 203 n. 570

 

Carm. 2.1, 47

 

Carm. 3.14, 198 n.557

 

Carm. 3.30, 199 n. 559

 

Carm. 3.30.7-9, 200 n. 561

 

Sat. 1.2.37, 201 n. 566

 

Sat. 1.7, 47

 

Livy

 

praef. 2, 159 n. 467

 

praef. 3, 75, 159

 

praef. 5, 170, 174 n.505

 

praef. 9, 47 n. 151, 61 n. 203, 170 n. 493

 

praef. 10, 17, 158, 174 n. 506

 

1.1.3, 181 n.518

 

1.19.1, 197

 

6.12.2-6, 173 n. 500

 

7.29.1, 173 n. 502

 

9.1.1-11, 120 n. 388

 

9.1.1, 160

 

9.2.1-4, 121 n. 392

 

9.2.3, 120 n. 289

 

9.2.5, 122

 

9.2.6-8, 122

 

9.2.9, 128

 

9.2.10-13, 128

 

9.3.1-3, 130

 

9.3.4-13, 138

 

9.3.6, 139

 

9.3.10, 139

 

9.3.12, 143

 

9.4.13-14, 136

 

9.5.2-3, 146

 

9.5.6-9, 133

 

9.5.11-14, 134

 

9.5.11-6.4, 120 n. 391

 

9.6.3, 135

 

9.8.2-10, 147

 

9.8.11, 147 n. 443

 

9.9.1-19, 147

 

9.9.5-7, 147

 

9.10.4, 149 n.445

 

9.11.3-4, 149-5

 

9.11.6-7, 151

 

9.12.1-2, 164

 

9.14.10, 136

 

9.15.8, 163 n. 475, 165 n.479

 

9.15.9-11, 167

 

9.15.19, 163 n. 475

 

9.16.19, 166 n. 479

 

9.17.2, 166 n. 479, 166 n. 482

 

9.17.3, 105 n. 350

 

9.17-19, 141 n. 423

 

9.18.6, 166 n. 482, n. 483

 

9.19.9, 166 n. 484

 

9.35.8, 153

 

9.36.1, 153

 

9.36.9-10, 154 n. 451

 

9.38.4-6, 156

 

9.38.8, 157

 

10.31.10-15, 171

 

21.4.9, 12 n. 35

 

21.39.8-9, 14 n. 38

 

21.42.1-43.2, 8-9

 

21.43.3, 10 n. 28

 

21.46.7-8, 168 n. 490

 

21.46.10, 169 n. 490

 

22.42.10, 160 n. 471

 

27.19.4-5, 49 n. 159

 

31.1.1-5, 173 n. 504

 

36.18.8, 141 n. 425

 

38.7.10, 115 n. 366

 

45.1.1-5, 178-9

Lucian

 

Hist. Conscr. 51, 93 n. 314, 133

 

n. 410

 

Hist. Conscr. 56.1, 74 n. 256

 

Ovid

 

Met. 1.1-2, 53 n. 179

 

Tr. 4.4.15, 57 n. 195

 

Plato

 

Phdr. 263c, 35

Plutarch

 

De glor. Ath. 347a, 18 n. 56

 

Alex. 1.1-3, 79 n. 270

 

Alex. 1, 88 n. 298

Polybius

 

1.2.1-8, 181 n. 517

 

1.4.1-5, 103 n. 346

 

3.62, 8 n. 24

 

3.62.4, 9 n. 27

 

6.53, 19 n. 61

 

8.2.3-6, 103 n. 346

 

Quintilian

 

Inst. 7.9.1-6, 35 n. 100

 

Inst. 7.9.9, 35 n. 101

 

Sallust

 

Cat. 2.1-6, 181 n. 517

 

Cat. 3.2, 173 n. 502

 

Cat. 9-12, 71

 

Cat. 10, 102 n. 342

 

Cat. 20, 88

 

Cat. 51-52, 88

 

Cat. 52.11, 191

 

Cat. 53.2, 196

 

Cat. 54.6, 89 n. 301

 

Cat. 58, 88

 

Hist. 1, fr. 3M, 159 n. 468

 

Hist. 1.12, 102 n. 342

 

Hist. 1.16, 102 n. 342

Suetonius

 

Aug. 100.3, 47 n. 147

 

Aug. 28.1, 56 n. 191

 

Aug. 28.3, 47 n. 147

 

Tacitus

 

Ann. 1.3.7-1.4.1, 55, 69, 191

Thucydides

 

1.1-19, 181 n. 516

 

3.82.4, 192 n. 541

 

Velleius

 

1.3.2-3, 76-7

 

1.5.1-3, 75 n. 262

 

1.7.1, 75 n. 262

 

1.8.1, 83, 86 n. 293

 

1.8.4, 83

 

1.9.1-5, 176-7

 

1.9.1, 105 n. 350

 

1.9.6, 91 n. 305

 

1.11.4, 91 n. 308

 

1.12.5, 82, 86 n. 290, 91 n. 305

 

1.12.5-6, 84

 

1.12.6, 86 n. 293

 

1.14.1, 78, 93 n. 311

 

1.14.3, 86 n. 290

 

1.14.7, 86 n. 290

 

1.15.2, 86 n. 290

 

1.15.4, 86 n. 290

 

1.15.5, 86 n. 290

 

1.16.1-5, 75 n. 262

 

1.16.1, 74 n. 250

 

1.17.7, 91 n. 306

 

2.1.1, 102

 

2.2.2, 86 n. 290

 

2.4.2, 101

 

2.4.4, 88 n. 296

 

2.4.5, 86 n. 290

 

2.4.6, 91 n. 308

 

2.6.2, 72

 

2.9.4, 80

 

2.11.3, 104

 

2.15.1, 86 n. 290

 

2.16.4, 105 n. 350

 

2.19.4, 72

 

2.22.3, 72

 

2.27.1, 86 n. 290

 

2.27.1-3, 88 n. 296

 

2.28.3, 80

 

2.32.1, 88 n. 296

 

2.35.1-5, 88

 

2.35.2, 103 n. 344

 

2.36.1, 81, 86 n. 290

 

2.37.4, 100

 

2.38.2, 82

 

2.38.3, 81

 

2.38.4, 82, 86 n. 290

 

2.40.4, 100

 

2.40.5, 91 n. 305

 

2.41.1, 74 n. 250, 83 n. 285, 91

 

2.48.2, 100

 

2.49.1, 86 n. 293

 

2.53.4, 91 n. 308

 

2.55.3, 88 n. 296, 92, 95

 

2.57.1, 72

 

2.57.3, 105

 

2.65.2, 86 n. 293

 

2.68.5, 72

 

2.70.3, 88 n. 296

 

2.74.4, 101 n. 339

 

2.75.2, 104

 

2.79.3, 105 n. 350

 

2.85.4, 88 n. 296

 

2.86.1, 74 n. 250

 

2.86.3, 88 n. 296

 

2.89.1, 76 n. 263

 

2.89.2, 70

 

2.89.3, 70

 

2.89.4, 70

 

2.89.6, 79, 93 n. 311

 

2.90.2, 82, 86 n. 290

 

2.96.3, 76 n. 263

 

2.97.4, 101 n. 340

 

2.99.1, 103 n. 344

 

2.99.3, 76 n. 263

 

2.99.4, 74 n. 250

 

2.100.2, 86 n. 290

 

2.103.3, 84, 86 n. 290

 

2.103.4, 76 n. 263

 

2.103.5, 71

 

2.104.1, 88 n. 296

 

2.104.4, 88 n. 296

 

2.107.2, 88 n. 296

 

2.108.2, 74 n. 250

 

2.110.1, 104 n. 350

 

2.112.4-6, 137

 

2.118.4, 106

 

2.119.1, 76 n. 263

 

2.121.1, 101 n. 341

 

2.126.2-5, 70

 

2.126.5, 71

 

2.130.3, 107

 

2.131.1-2, 61 n. 204, 107

Vergil

 

Aen. 6.309-10, 190 n. 538

 

Aen. 8.626-9, 194

 

G. 1, 107 n. 355

 

G. 1.500, 47 n. 150

8.2. General Index

abhinc-constructions, 82, 85-6

Actium, 49, 55, 55 n. 190, 69, 70, 72, 88 n. 296

aedituus, 200, 200 n. 562

aemulatio, 91 n. 307, 123 n. 397, 192 n. 542

Aeneid, 107, 112, 194-5

Agrippa, 111

Alexander, 73, 79 n. 270, 165, 165 n. 478, 166, 166 n. 480, 167 n. 485, 175

allusion (s), 55 n. 187, 74, 88 n. 300, 104, 106, 123, 141, 145 n. 433, 159 n. 468, 190-2, 197, 201, 201 n. 566

alternative versions/ histories, 181 n. 519

 

in Livy, 131, 142-3, 150, 164

‘Alternativlosigkeit’, 208, 208 n. 580

ambiguity, 19, 23, 27, 29, 33-7, 39, 41-2, 45-6, 110, 118, 120, 126-7, 143-4, 146, 149, 151, 157, 165, 169 n. 490, 170, 174-5, 177, 183, 189, 196, 198, 203, 205

 

and hermeneutic uncertainty, 33- 41

 

cultural, 33, 37, 41

 

in ancient rhetoric, 34-5

 

re-enacted through narrative, 183

 

universalization of, 38-41

anachronism/ anachronistic, 24, 81

analepses, 80, 140

 

in Livy, 8 n. 23

 

in Velleius, 80

Anchises, 83 n. 285 annales maximi, 85

annalistic scheme, 85-6, 161-2, 181 n. 519

Anonymous Seguerianus, 93

ante oculos ponere, 10, 10 n. 31

anticipation, 80-1, 109, 135, 140

 

embodied a., 135

Antigone, 211-2

anti-hero, 14

Antiochus, 175

Apulia, 120, 122

Aristotle, 20 n. 63, 35, 35 n. 99, 78 n. 266, 188 n. 532

Ars poetica, 25, 188, 188 n. 532, 189, 202

‘as-if’, 11, 11 n. 33, 45, 60-1, 132, 182, 183, 210 n. 583, 211

 

grappling with uncertainty in a mode of, 11-3, 16-7, 23, 46, 204, 210

Augustus, 47, 49, 49 n. 163, 51 n. 171, 53-4, 54 n. 182, 54 n. 184, 55, 56 n. 196, 57, 57 n. 159, 67- 9, 69 n. 238, 70-3, 81, 81 n. 274, 84, 90, 99-101, 103 n. 344, 111- 3, 115 n. 367, 118 n. 382, 165 n. 478, 188, 188 n. 532, 188 n. 533, 189, 191, 194-201, 194 n. 548, 195 n. 551, 197 n. 555, 198 n. 557

authenticity, 189

authority

 

aristocratic, 18, 90 n. 302

 

narrative, 90, 90 n. 303, 92, 109, 112

 

poetic, 191

 

political, 188 n. 534, 189-90, 193

 

backshadowing, 140

Bal, M., 155 n. 455

Bakthin, M., 144 n. 431

Bauer, T., 33-4, 37-8, 41, 46

Bauman, S., 27, 27 n. 74

Beck, U., 27, 27 n. 72

‘before presents’, 64 n. 215, 82, 86, 86 n. 290, 181

‘Beinahe-Episoden’, 148, 148 n. 444

Benevento, 120

biography, 12 n. 35, 145 n. 434

 

in Velleius, 72-3, 72 n. 244, 79 n. 270, 89

Bispham, E., 82-3, 108

Blumenberg, H., 36-7, 45

Brecht, B., 206

brevitas, 74-6, 99

Brunt, P., 50-3

Bude, H., 27, 27 n. 73

 

Caecilius, 189

Caesar, 18, 49 n. 163, 51, 53-4, 57 n. 195, 79 n. 270, 82 n. 275, 83 n. 285, 88-9, 90 n. 303, 91-2, 95-6, 101 n. 337, 101 n. 339, 105, 111, 194

calendar, 47

 

reform of, 53-4, 57

Camillus, 135-6, 149, 149 n. 446

Cannae, 160 n. 471, 166, 176

Capua, 120

Carthage / Carthaginians, 10-3, 15, 17 n. 51, 46, 68, 79, 82, 84, 101- 2, 135, 168 n. 490, 174 n. 504, 176

Cassius Dio, 49, 55 n. 190, 56 n. 191, 69 n. 238

Catilinarian Conspiracy, 81, 89, 191

Catiline, 15 n. 42, 16 n. 45, 48, 81, 88

Centre for Political Beauty, 210-11

Chaplin, J., 153-7

Chronikon Romanum, 82 n. 277

Cicero, 18, 47-8, 57 n. 195, 58-60, 82 n. 277, 91 n. 304, 101 n. 336, 194 n. 548, 195-7

Ciminian Forest, 153-7

Cincius Alimentus, 83 n. 282

civil war, 3, 16 n. 45, 47-51, 55-7, 69-72, 81, 108 n. 355, 111 n. 359, 169, 170 n. 493, 197, 207

Cloelia, 151

closure

 

and openness, 3, 6-7, 24, 49 n. 163, 61-2, 110, 112, 118-9, 160-2, 180, 182-3, 187, 203, 205, 209, 211

 

as a means to deal with uncertainty, 2, 5-6, 24, 57, 112-3, 178, 205

 

in Fowler, D., 6, 6 n. 17

 

in Livy, 62, 119-20, 126-7, 160- 8,

 

in Velleius, 67, 76, 80, 91-2, 98, 110-1, 112-3, 121, 130, 138, 138 n. 416, 169, 178

modern narratives of, 205, 208 n. 580, 209-11

Cold War, 2-3

construction of tense, 24, 44, 76, 80-7, 93, 178

construction of voice, 24, 44, 76, 87-92, 93, 178

consul (s), eponymous, 54, 54 n. 184, 85-6, 85 n. 286, 86 n. 291, 161, 181

content of the form, 7, 76 n. 264

contingency, 23, 27, 27 n. 74, 46, 50-1, 58, 98, 104-5, 110, 121, 127, 136-8, 140, 143, 156-7, 177, 192 n. 542, 201

counterfactual (s), 140, 140 n. 422, 141 n. 423, 142 n. 427, 147, 151, 165-6, 166 n. 483

Corinth, 77, 79

court historian, 63 n. 206

Cowan, E., 66, 69

Creon, 211, 212 n. 586

crisis, 3, 23-4, 27 n. 70, 28, 111, 118-9, 121, 128, 130, 137, 141, 143, 157, 162-3, 168, 206, 206 n. 573, 208, 208 n. 580, 209-10, 212

 

and literature, 7 n. 21

 

management, 49, 135-6

 

of the Roman Republic, 49, 51-2, 50-60, 170, 192

 

without alternative, 51-2

 

dating scheme, 83

 

in Velleius, 82, 83, 109

decline, 59, 59 n. 202, 108, 116 n. 370, 134 n. 398

 

moral, 48, 103 n. 343

 

of the Roman Republic, 14, 48-9, 48 n. 155, 102

dedication, 64, 74, 82, 82 n. 275

Derrida, J., 4 n. 9, 35 n. 98, 37 n. 113, 39-41, 183

deus ex machina, 81, 142 n. 425, 168 n. 490

Diadochi, 175

dialogue, 35 open-ended, 203, 204

digression (s)

 

in Livy, 141 n. 423, 154 n. 454, 165, 165 n. 477, 165 n. 478, 166-7, 166 n. 480, 166 n. 483, 167 n. 485, 166 n. 486

 

in Velleius, 73, 73 n. 247, 75, 75 n. 262, 78 n. 267, 79-80, 79 n. 270, 97, 109

Dionysius of Halicarnassus, 114 n. 365, 120 n. 391, 149 n. 446

disambiguation, 37 n. 113, 122, 125, 130, 205

dolus, 14

duel (s), 9-10

 

Eagleton, T., 39 n. 122, 40 n. 126, 40 n. 130, 40 n. 131

e-approaches, 93-4, 94 n. 318

Eco, U., 36-7, 37 n. 112

embodiment, 92-8, 137, 150, 150 n. 447, 152

 

‘embodied anticipation’, 135

 

‘embodied clues’, 150

 

‘embodied experience’, 134, 134, n. 411

 

‘embodied reading’, 150

Empathy-theory, 184

emperor, 64, 75 n. 195, 85, 107

empire, 47, 50, 50 n. 163, 52, 54, 55 n. 190, 60, 72, 75, 77 n. 265, 84-5, 88 n. 300, 102 n. 342, 104, 107-8, 108 n. 356, 111 n. 359, 170, 181, 197

enactment

 

of exemplary deeds, 11

 

of uncertainty, 3, 61, 79 n. 270, 112, 114, 118-9, 121 n. 391, 138, 154, 157, 160-1, 165, 169, 169 n. 490

enargeia, 10, 10 n. 31, 17, 18 n. 57, 20, 59, 92-8, 133 n. 410

Ennius, 58, 59 n. 199, 161, 201, 201 n. 566

‘Erfahrungswelt’, 52, 61, 103 n. 343, 112, 119, 121, 127, 131, 193 n. 542

escapism, 170 n. 492, 174

eulogy, 57 n. 195, 89, 108, 164

Europe, 205-7, 210-2

‘European mytheme’, 212

evolutionist understanding of narrative, 185

exemplarity, 11, 11 n. 32, 13, 117, 136, 145 n. 433, 152-9 negative, 149

exemplum, 80, 103, 153-8, 153 n. 488, 166

expectation (s)

 

and experience, 23-5, 29, 32, 33, 42, 44-6, 57, 72, 84, 104, 109- 13, 118, 119, 121, 124, 128-38, 131 n. 405, 143, 156, 162, 177, 193,

 

audience, 114,

 

horizon of, 124, 199, 211,

experience

 

aesthetic, 24, 45-6, 60, 110, 124, 134 n. 411, 156 n. 458, 173, 205,

 

and expectation, cf. ‘expectation’

 

duplication of, 16

 

sensory-motoric, 150

experientiality, 96, 97

extradiegetic narration, 87, 91, 144, 146, 158, 165, 168,

 

Fabius Pictor, 83 n. 282, 87 n. 295

fama, 103 n. 344, 156, 159 n. 468, 169 n. 490

fari, 200-1

fatum, 67, 119 n. 385

Feeney, D., 86, 194

Feldherr, A., 18, 117

festinatio, 74-6, 74 n. 250, 99, 179

Fischer, J., 1 n. 4

Florus, 101 n. 336

focalization, 90 n. 303, 94, 96, 117, 122 n. 393, 155 n. 455 zero-, 155

foreshadowing, 15, 16, 123, 140, 161, 163

fortuna

 

in Livy, 8, 10, 119 n. 385, 156, 172

 

in Velleius, 95, 99-106, 110, 176

Foucault, M., 52

Fowler, D., 6-7

Frank, J., 73, 204

Fukuyama, F., 1-2, 5-6

future, 2-3, 11, 13,16, 21, 23, 26, 30 n. 78, 31-3, 42, 44, 47-53, 58, 60-1, 71-2, 76, 80-1, 84-5, 87, 92, 104-5, 107-8, 110, 112-3, 121-2, 125, 131-4, 136, 141-4, 144 n. 430, 148, 152, 155, 157, 158, 160-3, 169-70, 174, 177, 180-2, 181 n. 519, 185, 199, 203, 206, 208, 210

 

enacting the f., 11

‘futures past’, 170 n. 491

 

Gadamer, H.-G., 29, 32-3, 36, 42

 

concept of experience, 32-3, 42, 139 n. 417

Gaul (s), 8, 9 n. 27, 10, 12-4, 17 n. 51, 20, 135-6, 149, 151, 172

Genette, G., 44, 80, 87, 155

genre, 17-8, 44, 65-6, 65 n. 225, 66 n. 226, 75 n. 262, 77, 114, 117, 126, 129, 155 n. 455, 158, 175, 188, 202 n. 569, 203

Germany, 101, 107, 112, 169, 206, 209-10

Gowing, A., 58, 66

Gracchi, 68

Grethlein, J., 5, 16, 30, 44-6, 52, 73, 94, 145

Gruen, E., 48, 51-2, 170

 

Hannibal, 7-22, 46, 73 n. 247, 117, 121, 126 n. 399, 168 n. 490

Haynes, H., 191

Heidegger, M., 29, 31, 43

Hercules, 77, 77 n. 265, 81 n. 285, 123, 199

Herennius, 118, 138-43, 152, 164

Herodotus, 20 n. 63, 92, 165 n. 477, 180

Hesiod, 75 n. 262, 123 n. 397, 124

hetero-diegetic narration, 87

historia magistra vitae, 5

history

 

configured as lived experience, 76, 79 n. 270, 97

 

configured as the great lines drawn in retrospect, 67, 76, 97

 

experiential dimension of, 88 philosophy of, 65 n. 224

 

synoptic vision of, 76

 

the end of, 1-2, 1 n. 1, 5-6, 25, 28 n. 74, 113, 208

 

theory of, 30 n. 78

 

the return of, 1-2, 25

 

universal, 75, 77 n. 265

Homer, 35 n. 97, 75 n. 262, 77, 104, 123 n. 397, 124, 143, 145 n. 433, 190, 190 n. 537, 192-3, 193 n. 543

homo-diegetic narration, 87, 87 n. 295

Horace, 22, 25, 47, 123 n. 397, 187-205

human condition, 5, 7, 22-3, 26-46, 60-1, 111, 123, 146, 201, 203, 205

Husserl, E., 29-31, 41, 43, 45

‘hybrid history’, 66

 

identity/ identities

 

collective, 11 n. 32, 207

 

cultural, 10, 13, 15, 17, 21, 60, 194 n. 548

 

merging of Punic and Roman, 10, 13-7

idyll/ idyllic landscape, 123 n. 397, 124-6, 134

Iliad, 148 n. 444, 190, 193 n. 542

illusion, 19, 38-9, 128, 134, 142 n. 427

 

of an unauthored reality, 94

 

of vividness, 20

imago, 8, 8 n. 24, 11 n. 32, 12, 12 n. 34, 18-9, 19 n. 61

 

universa imago, 79

imitation, 12, 12 n. 34, 19, 74 n. 256, 94 n. 320, 158

immersion/ immersive, 61, 94-8, 94 n. 317, 96 n. 325, 98 n. 326, 156, 182, 185

 

and reflection, 45 n. 146, 205

impermanent, 59, 108, 190

interactive/ interactivity, 9, 12

intertext/ intertextual relations, 57 n. 195, 70 n. 242, 115, 115 n. 365, 115 n. 368, 117, 124, 145 n. 433, 154, 155 n. 455, 160 n. 471, 165 n. 478, 189, 191, 194 n. 549, 196, 198, 199 n. 560, 202, 204, 209

intradiegetic, 15, 44, 91, 109, 121, 146, 151, 154, 164-5, 203-4

 

interpretation, 21

 

narration, 87-9,

 

polyphony, 141, 144

introspection, 96, 130-1, 138

intueri, 17, 133, 158, 158 n. 463

invidia, 91, 91 n. 305

 

Jaeger, M., 117, 135

Jauß, H.-R. , 45-6, 60, 110, 182-3

Jehne, M., 25, 50-2

Jugurtha, 80-1, 165 n. 477

 

Kajanto, I., 103

Kermode, F., 5-7, 23, 183

Koselleck, R., 29, 31-3, 34, 42, 46

knowledge

 

shift of, 52-60, 111

Kraus, C., 115

Krieger, V., 35-9

 

Lana, I., 64, 99, 101

leaf simile, 188, 189-93, 190 n. 537, 190 n. 538, 202

learned helplessness, 209

‘Lebenswelt’, 50, 58, 61, 145 n. 433, 161, 211

letter, 188 n. 532, 194, 194 n. 548, 196-8, 202-4, 202 n. 569

Levene, D., 117

Lobur, J., 66, 74-5

locus amoenus, 24, 121-7, 123 n. 397, 130, 152

Luceria, 120-3, 126, 128, 167, 168 n. 488

 

Macedonian Wars, 175

‘make-believe’, 185

Marcellus, 14 n. 37, 111

Marcus Antonius, 72

Marincola, J., 66

Marius, 72, 78 n. 268, 80-1

meaning, 4, 12, 19, 26, 34, 39-43, 57, 82, 97, 125, 127, 143-4, 151- 3, 156-7, 161-2, 165, 168 n. 489, 170, 172, 177, 183, 186, 189, 193, 201-2, 207

 

ambiguous, 46

 

construction/generation of, 22, 73, 76 n. 263, 97, 124, 146, 149, 191-2, 196, 204

 

deconstruction of, 204

 

dissemination of, 183

 

erosion of, 202

 

‘superimposed layers of’, 37 n. 112

 

‘surplus of’, 34, 109, 211

 

vagaries of time and m., 203

Meier, C., 51

memoria, 5, 19, 58 n. 198, 145 n. 433, 153, 153 n. 448, 154-5

 

rerum gestarum, 11, 11 n. 32, 149, 181 n. 519

Merkel, A., 207

metahistory/metahistorical, 4, 10, 17-21, 17 n. 50, 157-8

‘micro-prolepses’, 80-1, 109, 160, 168 n. 490, 177

Miles, G., 159

monarchy, 56 n. 191, 69 n. 238, 149, 197, 197 n. 556, 198

monophony, 87

 

as a way to reduce uncertainty, 92, 109, 112

monumentum, 18, 18 n. 53, 158, 198 n. 559

Morello, R., 123, 163

Mummius, L., 79, 84

Münkler, H., 206

 

narrative

 

as a means to come to terms with uncertainty, 21, 25, 46, 64

 

grappling with uncertainty, 24, 67, 110, 163, 169, 182-3, 208, 212

 

configurations of uncertainty, 6, 23, 46, 119, 151, 162

 

origins and functions of, 183-6

 

paradox of, 209

 

and non-narrative poetry, 187- 205

 

‘Wirkungspotential’ of, 133 n. 409, 164-5, 183

narratology, 6, 22, 44, 44 n. 142, 87, 117, 126 n. 400, 130, 184, 184 n. 525, 185 n. 528

and ancient historiography, 76 n. 264

negotium/negotia, 173 n. 502, 194

neologism, 189, 193

Nietzsche, F., 37-9

nondum, 138 n. 415, 153-5

non-narrative configurations of uncertainty, 187-205

‘not yet’, 30, 49, 153-5

Numa Pompilius, 197

 

Oakley, S., 119, 145

oblivion, 49, 53, 56, 58-9, 66 n. 230, 71, 168, 190-1, 201-3

Octavian, 51, 55, 69-70, 81, 88 n. 296, 101,105 n. 350, 108 n. 355

Oliensis, E., 190

Olympiad, as dating scheme, 83, 83 n. 282

open-ended (ness), 1, 2, 6, 6 n.20, 36, 62, 108, 138, 161, 163, 204

 

poetics of, 202-3

openness, 42-3, 49 n. 163, 142 n. 427

 

and closure, cf. ‘closure’

 

in Livy, 120, 138, 138 n. 416, 160

 

in Velleius, 62, 110

 

of the art work, 36-7, 37 n. 112

 

through side-shadowing, 140, 140 n. 419

oratio obliqua

orders

 

struggle of the, 149

 

paene, 138, 138 n. 415

Palmer, A., 184-5

Pannonia, 107, 112, 169

past

 

openness of the, 133

Pausch, D., 117, 144, 173

pax Augusta, 49, 196

performance, 10-3, 17-8, 20-1, 158 n. 463, 188, 188 n. 534, 197, 199 n. 559, 210-1

periodization, 24, 47, 47 n. 148, 56 n. 190, 68-76, 108

Perseus, 14 n. 40, 73 n. 247, 105 n. 350, 175-8

Perusia, 101

phenomenology, 23, 29-30, 43, 193 n. 542

Plautus, 189

‘plupast’, 177

Plutarch, 14 n. 40, 18, 73, 79 n. 270, 88 n. 298, 145 n. 434

Polybius, 7 n. 22, 8 n. 23, 8 n. 24, 9 n. 27, 19 n. 61, 59 n. 202, 103 n. 346, 104, 104 n. 348, 115 n. 365, 115 n. 366, 147 n. 440, 180-1

polyphony, 24, 91, 109, 121, 131-2, 141, 144-59, 168, 210

pompa funebris, 19, 90 n. 302

Pompeius Trogus, 101 n. 336

Pompey, 51, 81, 99-100, 110, 195

Pontius, Gavius 120-1, 139, 146-7, 149-52

possible worlds, 141, 211

possible-world-theory, 185 n. 528

Postumius, 146-52, 160

princeps, 55, 69, 71-2, 107-8, 115 n. 367, 194-99, 195 n. 551, 201-2

Principate, 48 n. 155, 52, 55 n. 190, 56, 61, 66 n. 230, 67, 69, 71, 75, 79-81, 91, 111-2, 111 n. 359, 115 n. 367, 117, 188, 191, 198

 

‘Republican’, 111

 

slow consolidation of, 111

programmatic accounts

 

in Livy, 170

 

in Velleius, 24, 77 n. 265, 92-3

progress, 1, 1 n. 2, 33, 192 n. 542

prolepsis, 8 n. 23, 16-7, 80, 140, 143, 169 n. 490

 

‘micro-’, 80-1, 109, 160, 168 n. 490, 177

propaganda, 61, 63-5, 68, 99, 108, 115

‘pull’, 34, 109, 112, 180-2

‘push’, 180-2

Pydna, 119 n. 384, 175-80

 

Quadrigarius, C., 82 n. 245, 120 n. 391, 146 n. 439, 168 n. 488

Quintilian, 35

 

Ranke, L. v., 65, 65 n. 224, 116

recusatio, 166 n. 479, 194, 194 n. 547, 195

referentiality, 4

refugee, 205-6, 208, 208 n. 578, 210

Republic, 11 n. 32, 18 n. 58, 19, 23, 47, 47 n. 148, 47 n. 149, 48-9, 48 n. 154, 48 n. 155, 49 n. 159, 49 n. 163, 50-60, 51 n. 168, 51 n. 169, 54 n. 184, 55 n. 190, 57 n. 195, 58 n. 198, 59 n. 200, 62-3, 65-7, 66 n. 230, 69-72, 70 n. 242, 80-1, 81 n. 274, 85, 86 n. 289, 87, 91, 91 n. 304, 96, 102-3, 102 n. 342, 110-1, 111 n. 359, 116-7, 116 n. 370, 118 n. 382, 146 n. 440, 170, 176, 182, 191-2, 194, 195 n. 551, 196-7, 197 n. 556, 198

Rich, J., 66, 175

Ricoeur, P., 43-4, 183, 212

Rome, sack of, 136, 149, 151

Romulus, 83, 135, 149 n. 446, 157 n. 459, 197-8

Rosa, H., 28, 28 n. 75

Rossi, A., 14

Ruch, P., 210-2

 

saeculum Augustum, 47, 47 n. 147

Samnite Wars, 119, 124, 134, 171- 2, 173 n. 502

Schleiermacher, F., 36, 36 n. 107

Schmitzer, U., 66, 74

Scipio, 7, 8 n. 23, 10, 14, 14 n. 37, 14 n. 38, 15 n. 43, 16, 16 n. 47, 49 n. 195, 79, 101, 101 n. 337, 102, 104, 110, 168 n. 489, 168 n. 490

scenario, counterfactual, 141 n. 422, 147, 151

scenario-making, 134-5, 148, 185

Second Punic War, 7, 82, 117, 174 n. 504

sequential (ity), 73, 78, 78 n. 266, 80, 109, 161, 177, 204-5

side-shadowing, 118, 140-3, 140 n. 422, 141 n. 423, 148, 151, 164, 167 definition of, 140

single combats, 8 n. 24, 9, 19 n. 61, 46, 121

Sophocles, 211

sovereignty, interpretational, 89-90, 106, 207-9

spatial (ity), 73-4, 97 n. 325, 98 n. 326, 109, 109 n. 357, 122 n. 394, 132 n. 407, 135-6, 204-5

spectacle/spectaculum, 8-10, 9 n. 26, 11 n. 32, 12-3, 18, 20-1, 20 n. 63, 23, 29, 33, 43, 46, 117, 135

speech (es), 7-10, 7 n. 23, 8 n. 24, 9 n. 26, 14 n. 38, 15 n. 43, 15 n. 45, 16, 16 n. 46, 17 n. 51, 19 n. 61, 35, 35 n. 100, 37, 48, 87-8, 88 n. 296, 88 n. 299, 89, 91, 91 n. 304, 92, 94-6, 94 n. 321, 120-1, 131-2, 137, 141, 141 n. 424, 143-4, 144 n. 429, 144 n. 431, 145, 145 n. 433, 146-9, 151-2, 195

speech act, 200, 200 n. 564, 201 n. 565

sponsio, 120 n. 391, 146-8, 146 n. 440, 147 n. 440, 150, 152

storytelling, 5, 13, 21-2, 97, 126, 129, 161-2, 183-4

Sulla, 51, 78 n. 268, 80, 90 n. 303, 195-6

Sumner, G., 64, 74

superposition of states, narrative, 152

suspense, 8 n. 23, 16, 16 n. 48, 117, 125, 125 n. 399, 126, 126 n. 400, 148 n. 444, 155

 

‘anomalous suspense’, 16 n. 48, 125, 125 n. 399

Syme, R., 64

synkrisis, 192 n. 542

 

of Hannibal and Scipio in Livy, 14, 14 n. 38

 

tabula ad pontificem, 85

tachos, 74

Tacitus, 49, 55-8, 55 n. 190, 56 n. 192, 63-4, 64 n. 214, 66, 69-70, 72, 85 n. 289, 86, 86 n. 291, 86 n. 292, 113, 119 n. 385, 171, 191

teleology/teleological, 1, 1 n. 2, 50- 1, 52 n. 174, 54 n. 184, 58, 67, 68-70, 76, 80-2, 80 n. 272, 84, 90, 97, 108-9, 112-3, 132, 161, 164, 195, 199, 101 n. 565

telos

 

history as magnetically pulled towards, 84, 109, 112, 180-1

temporality, 5, 6-7, 23, 41-3, 45, 87, 131 n. 405, 142, 144 n. 430, 175, 185 n. 285

 

and temporal uncertainty, 29-33, 30 n. 78, 31 n. 85

 

re-enacted through narrative, 45, 183

tension

 

between experience and expectation, 23-5, 32, 42, 44, 46, 57, 104, 111, 118-9, 177

‘testing participation’, 11 n. 33, 45- 6, 61, 110, 156 n. 458, 171, 182, 204

theory of mind, 184, 184 n. 525

Thucydides, 56 n. 194, 92, 129 n. 403, 133 n. 408, 140 n. 419, 148 n. 444, 165 n. 477, 171, 180

Tiberius, 60-1, 63, 63 n. 206, 65, 69-73, 81, 83 n. 282, 84-5, 90, 99-101, 103, 101 n. 341, 103 n. 344, 107-8, 107 n. 353, 111-3, 111 n. 359, 137, 181

Ticino River, 7, 15, 17 n. 51

time, 5-7, 13, 21 n. 66, 23, 29-31, 30 n. 78, 31 n. 85, 33-4, 41-6, 54 n. 183, 57-60, 68, 74, 79-80, 80 n. 272, 82, 84-8, 86 n. 292, 90-1, 109, 112-3, 130, 134 n. 411, 140, 142, 145 n. 430, 145, 148, 161, 181, 189-92, 194-5, 195 n. 551, 199-204

 

and temporal uncertainty, 29-33, 30 n. 78, 31 n. 85, 181

 

narrated and narrative, 88, 145

 

narrative as a re-configuration of, 5

 

Roman time, 14 n. 36, 54, 54 n. 182, 68, 83, 90, 161, 177, 180- 1, 181 n. 519

 

vagaries of, 52, 106, 203-4

Timelessness, 202

tradition

 

and innovation, 193-4

transcursus, 74 n. 250, 108

Trebbia, 7 n. 22, 15

Trojan War, 77, 77 n. 265, 180

Troy, 77, 83, 83 n. 282, 104, 181 n. 518

turn, linguistic, 4, 4 n. 9, 4 n. 10, 17 n. 50, 40, 65, 116

tyche, 103, 103 n. 346, 104

 

uncertainty

 

enactment of, 3, 79 n. 270, 112, 114, 118-9, 121 n. 391, 127, 138, 154, 160-1, 165, 169, 169 n. 490

 

elimination of, 24, 61, 108, 160, 169 n. 490

 

guidance/orientation in times of, 156

 

coming to terms with, 21, 25, 64,

 

grapple with, 3, 7, 12-3, 16, 21-2, 24, 42-5, 67, 110-1, 127, 151, 163, 169-70, 182-3, 185-6, 189, 192, 194, 196, 198, 201, 204-5, 208-10, 212

 

narrative configurations of, 6, 46, 108, 119 n. 385, 130, 151, 169, 177

 

definition of, 21, 26-46

 

hermeneutic, 33-41

 

temporal, 29-33

 

temporal and hermeneutic entwined, 41-3

 

ubiquity of, 26-9

 

re-entry of, 98-108, 109, 160, 168

 

re-experiencing, 46, 110, 170, 182

 

poetic configurations of, 189

 

taming, 13, 183, 191

 

beyond narrative, 187-205

 

closing off, 6, 206

 

beyond antiquity, 205-12

 

vates, 194, 194 n. 545, 204

Veii, 136, 149

Vergil, 47-8, 56 n. 190, 107 n. 352, 112, 116 n. 370, 124, 161, 189, 190 n. 538, 193 n. 545, 194, 194 n. 548

Vinicius, M., 64 n. 215, 74, 74 n. 253, 79, 82-3, 85-6, 89, 92

virtual history, 24, 138-43, 151, 164

virtus, 14, 16, 99, 101, 101 n. 336, 101 n. 337, 103, 103 n. 344

visualization, 10, 11 n. 32, 12, 17-9, 21, 59, 92-8

vividness, 17-8, 20, 89

vocabulum/vocabula, 55-6, 56 n. 192, 56 n. 193, 69, 191

voices, rivalling, 3, 6, 24, 67, 76, 91, 109, 112, 121, 132, 144-59

votum/vota, 106 n. 351, 108

 

Waldenfels, B., 209

Wallace-Hadrill, A., 52-53, 55, 57, 170, 191

Walsh, P. G., 141

Walter, U., 50-2

White, H., 4, 183

White, P., 195

Wiseman, P., 3

Woodman, A. J., 3, 65, 74

 

Yardley, J. C., 65

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