Catalog or catalogue
Oxford English Dictionary. Catalogue 1.a. A list, register, or complete enumeration
2. Now usually distinguished from a mere list or enumeration, by systematic or methodical arrangement, alphabetical or other order, and often by the addition of brief particulars, descriptive, or aiding identification, indicative of locality, position, date, price, or the like.
3.a. A list of college or university graduates, alumni, or teachers
Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, 7th ed. Catalog [from Greek katalogos list] 1. archaic a list; register, enumeration of items. 2 a. A list of names, titles, or articles arranged methodically, often in alphabetical order . . . with prices for articles of merchandise. c. specifically, an official publication of a university or college giving regulations and announcements
[Catalogue of the devils in Hell in Miltonís Paradise Lost, 1667]
A multitude, like which the
besmear'd with blood
Next Chemos, th' obscene
dread of Moabs Sons,
With these in troop
Thammuz came next behind,
Him follow'd Rimmon, whose
After these appear'd
Belial came last, then
whom a Spirit more lewd
Walt Whitman, "There Was a Child went Forth"
Martin Luther King, "I Have a Dream"