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MYTHOLOGY

Gods
Prometheus (XXVIIIr)
Atlas (XXVIIIr)
Ceres (XXVr)
Jupiter (XXVIIIr)
Minerva (XXVIIIr)
Apollo (XXVIIIr)
Diana (XXVr)
Heroes
Hercules (XXXVIIr)
Agamemnon (XXXVIIr)
Hector (XXXVIIr)
Menelaus, Helen, and Paris (XXXVIIr)
Odysseus and Circe (XLIr)
 

HISTORY

Greek
Themistocles (LXXIr)
Aristides (LXXIr)
Philip, King of Macedon (LXXIIIIv)
Philip, Olympia and Nectabano (LXXVIr)
Alexander the Great (LXXVv )
Persian
Kings of Persia (Darius, Cyrus, Cambyses, Smerdis) (LXIXr)
Kings of Persia II (Darius, Xerxes, Artabanus, Artaxerxes) (LXXv)
Roman
Anchises, Venus and the Lineage of Latin Kings (XLIIIr)
Rhea, Romulus and Remus (LVIr)
Lucretia (LXVv)
Hannibal (LXXXIIr)
Cato the Elder (LXXXVr)
Roman Consuls of the Late Republic (LXXXVIr)
Cicero (LXXXIXr)
Catiline (LXXXIXr)
Cato Uticensis [Cato the Younger] (LXXXIXr)
Julius Caesar, Octavian Augustus, Marc Antony (XCIIIr)
Cleopatra (LXXXIXv)
Tiberius (XCVIr)
Caligula, Claudius, and Nero (CIIIr)
Otho, Vitellius, Galba, and Vespasian (CVIr)
Titus, Domitian, Nerva, and Trajan (CIXr)
Constantine (CXXIXr)
 

PHILOSOPHERS

Lycurgus + “The Seven Wise Men”
Lycurgus (LIIv)
Thales (LIXr)
Solon (LIXr)
Chilon (LIXr)
Pittacus (LIXv)
Bias (LIXv)
Cleobolus (LIXv)
Periander (LIXv)
“The Seven Wise Men” (LXv)
Presocratics
Anaximander (LXVIIIv)
Anaximenes (LXVIIIv)
Heraclitus (LXXv)
Parmenides (LXXIIv)
Zeno (LXXIIv)
Empedocles (LXXIr)
Anaxagoras (LXXIr)
Melissus (LXXIIv)
Democritus (LXXv)
Socrates and Company
Socrates (LXXIIv)
Plato (LXXIIIv)
Aristotle (LXXVIIIr)
Theophrastus (LXXXv)
Diogenes (LXXIIIIv)
Epicurus (LXXVIIIr)
Plotinus (LXXIIIIv)
 

WRITERS

Greek
Aesop (LXXr)
Demosthenes (LXXVIIIr)
Herodotus (LXXIIv)
Hippocrates/human hair (LXXIIv)
Isocrates (LXXIIv)
Menander (LXXXv)
Plutarch (XCIr )
Sappho (LXXIr)
Simonides (LXr)
Sophocles (LXXIIv)
Thucydides (LXXIIv)
Xenophon (LXXIIIv)
Roman
Apuleius (LXXIIIIv)
Horace (XCIIv)
Juvenal (CXr)
Livy (XCIIIv)
Lucan (CVr)
Ovid (XCIIIv)
Persius (CVr)
Plautus (LXXXIIIIv)
Pliny (XCIr)
Quintilian (CVIv)
Sallust (XCIIv)
Seneca (CVr)
Suetonius (XCIr)
Terence (LXXXVr)
Varro (XCIIv)
Vergil (XCIIv)
 

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