Augustan and Julio-Claudian Athens: A New Epigraphy and by Geoffrey C. R. Schmalz

By Geoffrey C. R. Schmalz

Whereas there's now renewed curiosity within the heritage of Athens below the Roman empire, the Augustan and Julio-Claudian sessions stay rather missed when it comes to prolonged research. therefore the one accomplished old works at the interval and its epigraphy stay these of Paul Graindor, that have been released ahead of the invention of the Athenian Agora and its epigraphical wealth. This research goals to assist offer a foundation for brand new study on early Roman Athens, within the kind of an epigraphical and ancient reference paintings, in elements. The Epigraphical Catalogue (Part I) represents either a better half and complement to the Attic corpus of the Inscriptiones Graecae (Minor Editio) because it relates to the Augustan and Julio-Claudian interval. The Prosopographical Catalogue (Part II) bargains an up-to-date prosopography of the interval because it pertains to the fabric of the Epigraphical Catalogue. An appendix offers a chronological checklist of the period's significant office-holders, liturgists, and priesthoods.

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36); the prytanis Apollophanes of Phlya was an ephebe ca. C. (see entry no. 51 below). D. 14–19. Edition(s): now Agora XV no. 304; after Dow (1937) 193 no. 119. Commentary: 1) originally published as a civic decree, the surviving text includes the preamble together with statement of liturgical honors awarded to the tamias Theagenes of Oie. 2) the archonship of Kotys, who briefly reigned from ca. D. D. D. D. 14 (see Graindor [1927a] 88–89 & Braund [1984] 78 & 87 note 28). (41) Agora XV no. 308 Prytany Decree (Antiochis): preserving honors to Oinophilos of Trikorynthos or Steiria; probably ca.

C. ) Xenon Menneou of Phlya (in IG II2 1722): thus l. 2 to be restored as Μενν ας Ζω[π ρου Φλυε ς]; the demotic appears not to be in conflict with the tribal affiliations of the archon-staff. For the family, with sister Phila as wife of the prominent Augustan official and imperial priest Pammenes of Marathon, see relevant entries in the Prosopographical Catalogue. , rather than as his father (contra Corpus; but confirming Koumanoudes’ supposition, in Athenaion 9 [1880] 237–241 no. 4). (15) IG II2 1727 Archon List: from the archonship of Nikostratos (II); with newly revised date of ca.

New Analysis: Col. IV. l. C. C. C. (see analysis below under IG II2 2997 = entry no. 94 & also the evidence in IG II2 2461). The restoration Απ. [ ληξις] is suggested as a likely possibility in Graindor (1922a) 45–46 no. 8, where the second letter of the archon’s name is seen simply as a faded upright hasta (confirmed by personal autopsy); unlike the definite iota in the Corpus disposition Αι[. [ολ ων]); although the great Augustan strategos Antipatros of Phlya evidently had a younger brother of that name (if he had a son Aiolion neoteros; as restored in IG II2 3242 in Broneer [1932] 397–400 & likely also in IG II2 1733 l.

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