Peter G. Walsh (ed.), Oxford World's Classics: Apuleius: The Golden Ass

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Achaea, most of mainland Greece, with capital at Corinth, 6.18; 10.18
Acheron, river of Hades, 11.6
Actaeon, Theban hunter who saw Diana naked and was transformed into a stag and killed by his own hounds; serves as warning to Lucius, Introd. v; 2.4
Actium, port in Epirus, 7.7
Adlington, William, first English translator of Apuleius, Introd. v, ix
Adonis, handsome youth loved by Venus, 8.25
Aegean, sea between Greece and Asia, 10.35
Aegium, town in N. Peloponnese, 1.5
Aemilianus Strabo, ex-consul who proposes statue to Apuleius, Introd. i
Aeschylus, Greek dramatist, Io in, Introd. vii
Aetolia, region in W. Greece, 1.5, 19
Ajax, Greek hero maddened at Troy when worsted by Odysseus in contest for arms of Achilles, 3.18; 10.33
Alcimus, leading bandit, 4.12
Aleman, Spanish writer of picaresque, Introd. ix
allegory, The Golden Ass as, Introd. v
Althea, mother of Meleager, 7.28; see also Meleager
Amor (= Cupid) as demon, Introd. ii
Anthia, in Xenophon of Ephesus, Introd. iv
Antipodeans, 1.8
ants aid Psyche, 6.10
Anubis, Egyptian dog-headed deity, 11.11
Aonian (= Boeotian), 2.26
Aphrodite in Chariton, Introd. iv; in Apollonius Rhodius, Introd. vii
Apollo, oracular god, 4.32; god of music and song, 6.24
Apollonius, physician, 9.2
Apollonius Rhodius evoked, Introd. vii
Apologia, Apuleius' speech of defence against charge of magic, Introd. i–ii; two senses of curiosity in, Introd. v; two Venuses in, Introd. vii
Arabian perfumes, 2.9; 11.4
Arcadia, provenance of Mercury in Peloponnese, 6.7
Arctic gryphons as sacral motifs, 11.24
Areopagus, Athenian court of justice, Introd. iv; 10.7
Arete, libidinous wife of Barbarus, 9.17 ff.
Argives, 6.4
Argus, hundred-eyed agent of Juno, persecutor of Io, 2.23
Arignotus, brother of Diophanes, 2.14
Arion, Lesbian harpist saved from drowning by dolphin, 6.29
Aristides Marcianus, Christian apologist, Introd. vi
Aristomenes, fellow-traveller with Lucius; his story serves as warning; Introd. v; 1.5 ff.; 2.1
Aristotle, zoological studies of, Introd. ii
Asclepiades in Florida, Introd. ii
Asinius Marcellus, pastophorus of Isis, 11.27
ass as beast of Typhon, Introd. v
Athens, visited by Apuleius, Introd. i, ii, vi; Lucius at, 1.4, 24; also 10.33; 11.5
Attic law, 10.7
Attis, emasculated Phrygian votary of Cybele, 4.26; 8.25
Augustine of Hippo, reader of The Golden Ass, Introd. i–iii, viii
Augustus, Harbour of, 11.26
Aurora, goddess of dawn, 3.1; 6.1
autobiography in Met., Introd. iii
Avernus, Lake, entry to Hades on Bay of Naples, 2.11

 

Bacchants, frenzied women possessed by Dionysus/Bacchus, 1.13
Bacchus/Liber, god of the vintage, 2.11; 6.24
Bactrian camel, 7.14
pg 272baker's wife, 9.14 ff.
bakery/mill, Lucius in, 9.11 ff.
Barbarus, cuckolded husband, 9.17 ff.
Beaumont, Joseph, Introd. ix
Bellerophon, rider of winged Pegasus, 7.26; 11.8
Bellona, Roman goddess of war, 8.25; 11.5
Beroaldus, first commentator on Apuleius, Introd. v, viii, ix
Boccaccio, Italian humanist, possesses autograph copy of Met., Introd. viii, ix
Boeotia, 1.6
Boeotian youth attracts Pamphile, 3.16 ff.
Boiardo, translator of Met., Introd. ix
Boucher adorns tapestries with Cupid and Psyche tale, Introd. ix
Bridges, Robert, exploits Cupid and Psyche, Introd. ix
Bruno Giordano, Introd. ix
Bussi, editio princeps of Apuleius, Introd. ix
Butler, H. E., translator of Met., Introd. x
Byrne, F. D., translator of Met., Introd. x
Byrrhena, kinswoman of Lucius, Introd. v; 2.2 ff., 11, 18 f., 31; 3.12

 

Caesar, Roman emperor, appeals to, 3.29; 9.42; also 7.6 f.
Callirhoe in Chariton's romance, model for Psyche, Introd. vii
Calypso, nymph forsaken by Odysseus/Ulysses, 1.12
Campensis, Roman local appellation of Isis, 11.26
Candidus, Lucius' white horse, 11.20
Canova, sculptor of Cupid and Psyche, Introd. ix
Cappadocian, symbol of virility, 8.24
Capricorn, 9.32
Caravaggio, Introd. ix
Carthage, residence of Apuleius in later life, Introd. i, iii; shrine of Tanit, 6.4
Castor and Pollux, heavenly twins, sons of Leda by Jupiter, 10.31
Cecropian (= Athenian), 11.5
Cenchreae, port of Corinth, Introd. vi; 10.35
Centaurs, originally wild Thessalian horsemen, 4.8
Cerberus, three-headed hound in Hades, 1.15; 3.19; 4.20; 6.19 f.
Cerdo, business-man, 2.13
Ceres, goddess of corn, 5.31; 6.2 f.; 9.23; 11.2, 5
Cervantes' Don Quixote, Introd. ix
Chaldaean (= astrologer), 2.12 ff.; 3.1
Charite, characterization of, Introd. iv, v; 4.23 ff.; 7.9 ff.; 8.1 ff.
Chariton, writer of Greek romance, Introd. iv, vii
Charon, ferryman in Hades, 6.18
Chimaera, fire-breathing monster slain by Bellerophon, 8.16
Christianity as ass-worship, Introd. vi
Chryseros, Theban money-changer, 4.9 ff.
Cicero, his De republica and translation of Phaedo emulated by Apuleius, Introd. ii, iii
Clytius, teacher of Lucius at Athens, 1.24
Cnidos, shrine of Aphrodite in Caria, 4.29
Cocytus, river of Hades, 6.13
Constantinople, Introd. viii
cooks, Lucius' life with, 10.13 ff.
Coptus, Egyptian shrine, 2.28
Corinth, scene of climax of Met., Introd. vi; 10.35 ff.; home of Lucius, 2.12; of Thiasus, 10.18 f.
Cornelian law (?fictitious), 8.24
Creon, king of Corinth slain with his daughter by Medea, 1.10
Crete, 11.5
Cupid, schizoid nature of, Introd. vii; and Psyche, 4.30 ff.; Lucius as, 3.22; onset of, 10.2
Cupids, 2.8; 10.32
Cupid and Psyche as centre of novel, Introd. iv, vii; 4.28 ff.
curiosity as central theme, Introd. v
Cybele, Phrygian goddess, 8.25; 9.9 f.; 11.5
Cythera, shrine of Aphrodite off S. Greece, 4.29

 

pg 273Daphne, riotous neighbour of promiscuous wife, 9.5
date of composition of Met., Introd. iii
Decameron of Boccaccio, Introd. ix
De deo Socratis of Apuleius, Introd. ii, v
Delphi, 2.25; 10.33
Demeas, Corinthian friend of Lucius, 1.21 ff., 26
Demochares, rich Plataean, 4.13 ff.
demons in Apuleius, Introd. ii, v
De mundo, De Platone et eius dogmate, Introd. ii, v
Diana, statuary of, 2.4; goddess 11.2, 5
Dictynna, appellation of Diana in Crete, 11.5
Diogenes Laertius, biographer of Plato, Introd. ii
Diomedes, Thracian king who fed his horses on humans, 7.16
Diophanes, Chaldaean fortune-teller, 2.12 ff.
Dirce, wife of Theban Lycus, tied to a bull and dragged to her death, 6.27
Dis, god of Hades, 6.18
Dorian mode, 10.31

 

eagle aids Psyche, 6.15
Earth, universal mother, 6.10
Echo, nymph, 5.25
Egypt, Apuleius' departure to, Introd. i; writing materials from, 1.1;
Egyptian pictures on ship, 11.16; Egyptian prophet (Zatchlas), 2.28 f.;
Egyptians, 11.5
Eleusis, centre of mysteries of Demeter/Ceres, 6.2; 11.2, 5
eleven in Pythagorean thought, Introd. iii
Elysian fields (region of natural happiness in Hades), 11.6
Endymion, youth loved by goddess Luna, 1.12
entertainment, The Golden Ass as, Introd. iv
Envy personified, 4.14
Ephesus, shrine of Artemis/Diana, 11.2
Ephyrean (= Corinthian) Isthmus, 1.1
Epona, goddess of horses and grooms, 3.27
Espinel, Spanish writer of picaresque, Introd. ix
estate-owner's misfortunes, 9.33 ff.
Eteocles (strife with brother Polynices at Thebes), 10.14
Ethiopians, 1.8; 11.5
Euboea, 2.13
Eubulus, bandit, 4.14
Euripides' Hippolytus as quarry for story of stepmother, Introd. iv, vii
Europa abducted by Zeus/Jupiter disguised as bull, 6.29

 

fable, Met. as, Introd. iv
Faith as goddess, 3.26; 10.24; see also Loyalty
Fates, 11.25
Fear, associate of Minerva, 10.31
Festival of Laughter, Introd. ii, iv; 3.2 ff.
Florida, exordia of speeches and lectures, Introd. i–ii
folk-tale and Cupid and Psyche, Introd. vii
Fortune, role of, Introd. v; 1.6 f.; 3.14; 4.2, 12, 16, 31; 5.5, 9, 11; 6.5, 28; 7.2 f., 16 f., 19, 25; 8.1, 24, 31; 9.1, 31; 10.4, 12, 13, 16, 24; 11.12, 15, 25
Fulgentius, Introd. viii
Furies, 1.19; 2.29; 5.21; 8.12; 9.36

 

Gallic horses, 10.18
Ganymede, cup-bearer of Jupiter, 1.12; 6.15, 24; 11.8
Geryon, triple-bodied Spanish giant slain by Hercules, 2.32; 3.19
Giarratano and Frassinetti, edition of, Introd. viii
Giulio Romano, Introd. ix
Graces, Attendants of Venus, 2.8; 4.2; 5.28; 6.24; 10.32
Graves, Robert, translator, Introd. x
Griffiths, J. Gwyn, translator, Introd. x

 

Habit, servant of Venus, 6.8
Habrocomes in Xenophon of Ephesus, Introd. iv
Haemus (= Tlepolemus), 7.5 ff.; 8.8
hair, encomia of, 2.8 f.; 3.23; 5.22; 11.3
pg 274Hanson, J. A., translator, Introd. x
harbour of Augustus, 11.26
Harpies, 2.23; 10.15
Hecale, aged hostess of Theseus, 1.23
Hecate, goddess of underworld, 11.2, 5
Helm, edition of, Introd. viii
Hephaestio, cook, 9.2
Hercules, 3.19
Herennius Rufus, father-in-law of Pontianus, Introd. i
Herodotus evoked, Introd. iv
Heywood's Love's Mistris, Introd. ix
Hieropolis visited by Apuleius, Introd. i
Hildebrand, commentator of Apuleius, Introd. viii
Hippocrates, medical writings of, Introd. ii
Hours, attendants on Venus, 5.28; 6.24; 10.32
Hymettus, hill at Athens, 1.1
Hypata, Thessalian town, scene of Festival of Laughter and metamorphosis of Lucius, Introd. ii–iii; 1.5, 21; 2.1 ff.; 4.8; 7.1; 11.20
Hypnophilus, chamberlain, 9.2

 

Ida, Mt., scene of Judgement of Paris, 10.30
Idaean Mother (= Cybele), 8.25
Inachus, river-god of Argos, 6.4
Indians, 1.8; Indian snakes as sacral motif, 11.24
Io, model of Psyche, Introd. vii
Ionian Mode, 10.31
Iphigenia, model of Psyche, Introd. vii
Isiac Priest (Zatchlas), Introd. iv; 2.28
Isiac religion, Apuleius' enthusiasm for, Introd. i; at Cenchreac, Introd. vi
Isis as saviour, Introd. iv; in Xenophon of Ephesus, Introd. iv; as author of order and beauty in Plutarch, Introd. v; in Isis-book, 11.5 ff.

 

Jones, Inigo, Introd. ix
Juno in Virgil as model of Apuleius' Venus, Introd. vii; in Cupid and Psyche, 5.31; 6.3 f., 24; also 10.30, 34; 11.5
Jupiter/Jove, Introd. iv, vii; 3.23, 26, 29; 4.30, 33; 5.1; 6.7, 15, 22 f., 29; 7.16; 10.30, 33
Justice, goddess, 2.22; 3.7

 

Keats, John, Introd. ix
Kenney, E.J., translator, Introd. x

 

Lamachus, bandit leader, 4.8, 10 ff.
Lapiths, fierce Thessalian tribe, 4.8
Lares as demons, Introd. ii
Larissa, town in Thessaly, 1.7; 2.21 ff.
Larvae as demons, Introd. ii
Laughter, god, 2.31; 3.11
laundryman's wife, 9.23 f.
Laws of Plato, Introd. ii
Lazarillo de Tormes, Introd. ix
Lemures as demons, Introd. ii
Lethe, river of Hades inducing forgetfulness, 2.29
lex Cornelia de sicariis et veneficiis, Apuleius charged under, Introd. i
lex Iulia, 6.22
Liber (= Dionysus), 2.11; 6.24; 8.7
Lindsay, J., translator, Introd. x
Longus, Introd. iv
López de Cortegana, translator, Introd. ix
Louveau, translator, Introd. ix
Loyalty, goddess, 4.21; see also Faith
Lucian, second-century short-story writer, Introd. iii
Lucina, identified with Juno, 6.4
'Lucius of Patrae', author of Greek Met., Introd. iii
Lucius or the Ass, compendious version of Greek Met., Introd. iii, iv, vi
Lupus, wholesale merchant, 1.5
Lydian mode, 4.33; 10.32
Lynceus, keen-sighted Argonaut, 2.23

 

Macedonia, 1.7; 7.5, 7
Macrobius, Introd., iv, viii
Madauros, Introd. i, vi; 11.27; Christianity at, Introd. vi
mandragora as soporific, 10.11
Manes, Introd. ii; 6.17, 30
market-gardener, 9.31 ff.
Marlowe's Hero and Leander, Introd. ix
pg 275Marmion, Introd. ix
Mars, 4.11, 22; 7.5, 10 f.
Medea, magician-heroine in Euripides, 1.10
Melancholy, maid of Venus, 6.9
Meleager, Calydonian prince who slew his mother's brothers, and perished when she burnt the firebrand on which his life depended, 7.28
Memphis, Egyptian shrine of Isis, 2.28
Mercury, Arcadian divine messenger, Introd. iv; 6.7 f., 23; 10.30; 11.10
Meroë, witch, 1.7 ff.
Metamorphoses as title, and sense of, Introd. iii
Michel, translator, Introd. ix
Middle Platonism, Introd. ii, v
Milesian god (= Apollo), 4.32
Milesian Tale, 1.1; 4.32
Miletus, home of Thelyphron, 2.21
Milo, host of Lucius at Hypata, Introd. iv, v; 1.21 ff., 26; 2.3, 5 ff., 11 ff., 3.5, 7, 10, 12 f., 26, 28; 4.8; 7.1
Milton's Comus and Paradise Regained, Introd. ix
Minerva in beauty-contest on Mt. Ida, 10.30 ff.; 11.5
Minotaur, 10.22
Minucius Felix, Christian apologist, Introd. vi
Mithras, high priest of Isis at Corinth, 11.22, 25
Monte Cassino preserves sole MS of Apuleius, Introd. viii
Morris, William, Introd. ix
Murtiae metae, 6.6
Muses, 5.28; 6.23 f.; 11.9
Myrmex, confidential slave of Barbarus, 9.17 ff.
Myrrhine, maid in story of Thelyphron, 2.24
Myrtilus, muleteer in Thiasus' household, 9.2

 

Nereus, sea-god, 4.31
Nicanor, Thracian friend of Demochares, 4.16
Nile, 1.1; 2.28
Nymphs, 5.28

 

Odysseus/Ulysses, awarded arms of Achilles over Ajax, 10.33; see also Ulysses
Oea (modern Tripoli), Apuleius' stay at, Introd. i–iii
Olympian garment worn by Isiac initiates, 11.24
Olympic games, 2.21
On the world, philosophical treatise, Introd. ii
Orcus, god of Hades, 3.9; 6.8, 16, 18, 29; 7.7, 24; 8.12
Ortygia, island off Syracuse, 11.5
Osiris, brother and husband of Isis, Introd. v; 11.27, 30
Oudendorp, commentary of, Introd. viii

 

Painted Porch (Stoa Poikile) at Athens, 1.4
Palaemon, sea-god, 4.31
Palaestra, maid in Lucius or the Ass, Introd. iv
Palamedes, falsely condemned and executed at Troy, 10.33
Palatine Anthology, Introd. vii
Pamphile, witch and wife of Milo, Introd. iv, v; 2.5 ff., 11; 3.17 ff.; her metamorphosis, 3.21 f.
Pan, in Longus, Introd. iv; in Cupid and Psyche, 5.25
Panthia, witch, sister of Meroë, 1.12 ff.
Paphos, shrine of Aphrodite in Cyprus, 4.29; 11.2, 5
Parian marble, 2.4
Paris, Phrygian shepherd adjudicator of beauty of goddesses, 4.30; 10.30 ff.
Pasiphaë mated with bull and bore Minotaur, 10.19, 22
Pastophori, sacred college of Isis, 11.17, 27, 30
Pater, Walter, Introd. ix
Pausanias in Plato's Symposium, Introd. vii
Pegasus, winged horse ridden by Bellerophon to destroy Chimaera, 6.30; 8.16; 11.8
Pessinuntian Mother (= Cybele), 11.5
Petrarch owns copy of Met., Introd. ix
Petronius, Introd. iv
pg 276Pharos, Egyptian island and lighthouse, 2.28
Philebus, catamite priest, 8.25 ff., 9.9 f.
Philesitherus, daring gallant, 9.16 ff.
Philodespotus, steward in Thelyphron story, 2.26
Phineus, king of Arcadia whose meals were raided by Harpies, 10.15
Phoebus (= Apollo), brother of Diana, 11.2
Photis, maid of Milo, Introd. iv; sexual prelude of Lucius with, Introd. v; 1.23 f., 26; 2.6 ff., 16 ff., 32; 3.13 ff.; also 7.14; 9.15; 11.20
Photius, ninth-century patriarch, Introd. iii
Phrixus, Thessalian who fled to Colchis on ram with golden fleece, 6.29
Phrygians, 11.5, 8; Phrygian cupbearer (= Ganymede), 6.15; Phrygian chant, 8.30
Pierino del Vaga, Introd. ix
Pipleian (= Orpheus), 2.26
Plataea, Boeotian town famed for Persian defeat in 479 bc, 4.13, 21
Platonist philosophy reconciled with Isiac religion, Introd. v; also Introd. vii
Pleasure, child of Cupid and Psyche, Introd. vii: 6.24
Plotina, virile wife of imperial procurator, 7.6 f.
Plutarch, Middle Platonist, Introd. v; ancestor of Lucius, Introd. iii, v; 1.2; 2.2
Pollux, see Castor
Polyxena, model for Psyche, Introd. vii
Pontianus, student friend of Apuleius, Introd. i
Portunus, Roman god of harbours, 4.31
Proserpina, goddess of Hades, 3.9; 6.2, 16, 19 f.; 11.2, 5, 23; 'Proserpina-offering', 10.25
Protesilaus, first Greek killed at Troy, 4.26
Providence aids Psyche, 6.15; aids the baker, 9.27; aids the stepmother's husband, 10.12
Psyche, curiosity of, Introd. vii; portrayal of, 4.28 ff.
Pudentilla, wife of Apuleius, Introd. i
Punic language current in N. Africa, Introd. i
Pyrrhic Dance, 10.29
Pythagoras and number seven, 11.1
Pythagorean influence on number eleven, Introd. iii
Pythias, aedile, fellow-student of Lucius, 1.24 f.

 

Quintilian, Introd. iv

 

Raphael, Introd. ix
reed advises Psyche, 6.12
Republic of Plato, Introd. ii
Rhamnusia (= Nemesis), 11.5
Robertson, edn. of, Introd. viii
Rodin, Introd. ix
Rome, visited by Apuleius, Introd. i, iii, vi; by Lucius, Introd. iii, iv, vi; 1.1; 11.26 ff.; by the soldier, 10.13
Rubens, Introd. ix

 

Sabazius, Phrygian god identified with Dionysus, 8.25
Sabrata, scene of Apuleius' trial in 158–9, Introd. i, ii
Salacia, wife of Neptune, 4.31
Salian Priests, gormandizers, 4.22; 7.10; 9.22
Sallust, Introd. iv
Sallustius, recension of Apuleius by, Introd. viii
Salvia, mother of Lucius, 2.2
Samos, visited by Apuleius, Introd. i;
shrine of Hera/Juno at, 6.4
Sarapis/Serapis, consort of Isis, 11.9
Satyr, 6.24
Seneca, Introd. ii, iv, v, vii
Sextus, second-century philosopher and nephew of Plutarch, Introd. iii; 1.2
Shakespeare, influence of The Golden Ass on, Introd. ix
Sibyl, prophetess, 2.11
Sicily, 6.2; 11.5
Sicinius Aemilianus, brother of Pudentilla's first husband, Introd. i
Sidney's Arcadia, Introd. ix
Sieder, translator of Apuleius, Introd. IX
pg 277Sobriety, enemy of Venus, 5.30
Socrates, Greek philosopher unjustly condemned by Athenians, 10.33
Socrates, victim of magic and exemplar for Lucius, Introd. iv, v; 1.6 ff.
Soldier, encounter with, 9.39 ff.; 10.1
Somnus (sleep) as demon, Introd. ii; 6.21
Sophocles evoked, Introd. iv
Sorrow, maid of Venus, 6.9
Sparta, 1.1; 6.17
Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Introd. ix
statues erected to Apuleius, Introd. ii; to Lucius, Introd. ii
stepmother and stepson, 10.2 ff.
Styx, river of Hades, 2.29, 4.33, 6.13, 15; Stygian depths, 11.6
Success as deity, 4.2; 11.28
Sulla, 11.30
Sun, as god, 3.7
Syrian Goddess (Atargatis), 8.24 ff., 29; 9.9 ff.

 

Tacitus on Jewish practices, Introd. vi
Taenarus, Laconian site, 1.1; 6.18, 20
Tartarus (= Hades), 1.15; 2.5; 6.17; 11.25
Terror, comrade of Minerva, 10.31
Tertullian, Apology of, Introd. vi
testament, novel as, Introd. vi
Thagaste, African birthplace of Augustine, Introd. i
Thebes (Boeotia), 4.9, 13
Thelyphron, mutilation of, Introd. iv, v; 2.20 ff.
Theron, fictitious father of 'Haemus', 7.5
Theseus, king of Athens, 1.23
Theseus, father of Lucius, 1.23
Thessalonica, Introd. vi
Thessaly, 1.2, 5; 2.1, 21; 3.11; 10.18; 11.20
Thetis, Introd. iv
Thiasus, cooks' master, Introd. v; 10.18 ff.
Thracian King (= Diomedes), 7.16
Thrasyleon, bandit, 4.15 ff.
Thrasyllus, murderer of Tlepolemus, 8.1 ff.
Timaeus of Plato, Introd. ii
Titian, Introd. ix
Tlepolemus, bridegroom of Charite, Introd. iv; 7.12 ff.; 8.1 ff.; see also Haemus
tower counsels Psyche, 6.17
Tritons, ministering sea-gods, 4.31
Tullianum, Roman prison ('Bride-well'), 9.10
Typhon, devil-figure in Isiac religion, Introd. v
Tyrian purple, 10.20

 

Úbeda's La picara Justina, Introd. ix
Ulysses, 1.12; 2.14; 9.13; see also Odysseus

 

Van Dyck, Introd. ix
Velasquez, Introd. ix
Verus, emperor, Introd. iii
Victory, statue of, 2.4
Virgil evoked, Introd. iv; cf. 6.18; 8.6; 10.2; 11.18
Vulcan, 2.8; 6.6, 24

 

wheel as Greek torture, 3.9; 10.10
witches as demons, Introd. v

 

Xenophon of Ephesus, Introd. iv

 

Zacynthus, island off W. coast of Greece, 7.6
Zanobi da Strada, Introd. viii
Zatchlas, Isiac priest and prophet, 2.28
Zephyr, West wind, servant of Cupid, 4.35; 5.6 ff., 14 ff., 26
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