Since 2008, I have added texts to my anthology without always remembering to list them in this table of contents. In any case, it is faster to check for a text by searching the entire anthology for an author’s last name. In 70 years when the copyright runs out, this material can be distributed freely.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Note: Texts listed with an asterisk have not yet been typed. I generally add 100 pages annually. Texts are listed under 16 categories, with COSMOS subdivided into 5 subcategories. The table of contents starts below after the list of categories.
Geography, Seafaring, Travel
Money and Mining
Nature's Artistry - Art vs. Nature
Augustine, City of God, XXII
Augustine, On the Soul and Its Origins, III-VII
Tertullian, On the Soul, X.4
COSMOS AS MYTHOLOGICAL REALM (Mother Earth and Venus texts are found under GENDER)
Nymphs: Homer Iliad XX.8; Od VI.124; 17.205; Athena: Od. VI 291; Iliad XIV.347
"Homer," Hymn to Demeter I
"Homer," Hymn to Hermes I
"Homer," Hymn to Dionysius II
Pindar, Pythian Ode X; c. 470 B.C.
Callimachus, Hymn to Delos, 270-240 B.C.
Callimachus, Hymn to Apollo, 270-240 B.C.
Tibullus, Poems, II.1; d. 19 B.C.
Virgil, Aeneid, VI. 636-675; 26-19 B.C.
Dio Chrysostom, Third Discourse on Kingship [70-110 A.D.]
Philostratus the Elder, "Satyrs," Imagines, I.20; ca. 220-40 A.D.
Philostratus the Elder, "Andrians," Imagines, I.25; ca. 220-40 A.D.
Philostratus the Elder, "Pan," Imagines, II.11; ca. 220-40 A.D.
Philostratus the Elder, "Islands," Imagines, II.17; ca. 220-40 A.D.
Philostratus the Younger, "Orpheus," Imagines, VI; ca. 220-40 A.D.
Callistratus, On the Staue of Orpheus," Descriptions, VII
Julian, Hymn to King Helios, before 363 A.D.
Claudian, Letter to Serena (Orpheus)
COSMOS / SEASONS / AGES
Hesiod, Works and Days; c. 725 B.C.
Hesiod, Elegies, 1249-1388 [Venus, love, spring]; c. 725 B.C.
"Homer," Hymn to Pythian Apollo
Thucydides, The Pelponnesian War, I.22
Aristotle, On the Heavens I.2-3, 5, 8, 12; II.1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 13, 14, III.2 Dicaerchus, Bios Hallados as quoted in Porphry, De ab. 4.2 1
Aristotle, Generation of Animals, I.1
Lucretius, On the Nature of Things, V.735-1457, 50 B.C (Mother Earth, etc.)
also Cicero, De re publica, VI.15
Horace, Odes, I.4, Spring (and death)
Horace, Odes, IV.7, Spring's Return (and death)
Horace, Odes, IV.12, The Delights of Spring
Horace, Epode XVI
Horace, Satires, I.3.99-111
Virgil, Georgics, I. 203-515; II. 324-345,before 19 B.C.
Virgil, Aeneid 6, 8 (Golden Age of Saturn restored by Augustus)
Ovid, Art of Love, II.460-487
Ovid, Metamorphoses, I; XV before 18 A.D.
Ovid, Fasti, IV.85-132; before 18 A.D.
Seneca, Moral Epistles, XII, XLI, XC
Seneca, Naturales Questiones
Seneca, Naturales Questiones , I, pref.; on fire/air,. L.p 7