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Ὁ δ' ἀνεξέταστος βίος οὐ βιωτὸς ἀνθρώπῳ -> The unexamined life is not worth living
Plato, Apology of Socrates 38a
A.
Aeschylus
AB
Anecdota Graeca, v. I
A D.
Apollonius Dyscolus
AEM,
v. IV
AJA,
v. IV
AJP,
v. IV
AP, APl.,
v. Anthologia Graeca
A. R.
Apollonius Rhodius
Abh.Berl.Akad.,
v. IV.
ACO
Acta Conciliorum Oecumenicorum, E. Schwartz, Berlin/Leipzig 1924–.
ASP
American Studies in Papyrology.
abbrev.
abbreviation, abbreviated.
abs.
absolute, absolutely
abst.
abstract.
acc.
accusative
acc. to
according to
Act.
Active
Act.Ap.
Acts of the Apostles
add.
addenda.
ad loc.
ad locum
Adj.
Adjective
Adv., Advbs.
Adverb, Adverbs
advl.
adverbial.
Aeol.
Aeolic
Aesch.Alex.
Aeschylus Alexandrinus
afterwds.
afterwards
Agath.
Agathias
Akkad.
Akkadian.
Al.
ἄλλοι, v. Vetus Testamentum
al.
alibi (i.e. elsewhere in the same author)
Alc.
Alcaeus
Alcm.
Alcman
Alex.
Alexis, when followed directly by a number, otherwise
Alexander
Amm.Marc.
Ammianus Marcellinus
An.Boiss.
v. Anecdota Graeca in index I.
An.Ox., Par.
Ane dota Oxoniensia, Parisiens a, v. I
anap.
anapaests
Anat.
in Anatomy
Anatolian Studies,
v. II
And.
Andocides
Anecd.Stud.
Anecdota Graeca et Latina, ed. R. Schoell & G. Studemund, v. I
Ann.Épigr.,
v. IV
Annales du Service,
v. IV
Annuario,
v. IV
Anon.astr.
Anonymus astrologus.
Anon.in Herc.
Scriptor Epicureus incertus, v. index I s.v. Epicurus.
Anon.Intr.Arat.
Anonymi Introductio in Aratum in Commentariorum in A. reliquiae, v. index I s.v. Aratus.
Ant.Diog.
Antonius Diogenes
Ant.Lib.
Antoninus Liberalis
Antip.
Antipater
Antiph.
Antiphanes
Anth.Lyr.
Anthologia Lyrica Graeca, E. Diehl, T(L) 1925; ed. 3, vol. i: fasc. 1–3, 1949–52; ed. 2, vol. ii: 1952.
aor.
aorist
ap.
apud (quoted in)
Ap.Ty.
Apollonius Tyanensis
Apoc.
Apocalypse; v. Novum Testamentum
Apollon.
Apollonius
App.
Appianus
app.
apparently.
App.Anth.,
v. Anthologia Graeca
Appellat.
Appellative
apptly.
apparently
Ar.
Aristophanes
Ar.Byz.
Aristophanes Byzantinus
Ar.Did.
Arius Didymus
Arc.
Arcadius or Arcadian dialect
Arch.
Archias
Arch.Anz.,
v. IV
Ἀρχ.Δελτ.,
v. IV
Ἀρχ.Ἐφ.,
v. IV
Arch.Pap.,
v. IV
Archit.
in Architecture
Arg.
Argive or Argument
Arg.Men.
v. index I s.v. Menander.
Arist.
Aristoteles
Aristoph.
Aristophanes (the Homeric critic)
arith.
in arithmetic.
Arm.
Armenian
Art.
Article
Ascl.
Asclepiodotus or Asclepius
Asclep.
Asclepiades
Asp
Aspasius
assim.
by assimilation.
Astrol.
in Astrology
astron.
in astronomy, astronomical.
Atene e Roma,
v. IV
Ath.
Athenaeus
Ath.Mitt.,
v. IV
Ἀθηνᾶ,
v. IV
Att.
Attic dialect
attrib.
attributed, attribution.
augm.
augment
Aus.
Ausonius
Ausonia,
v. IV
Avest.
Avestan