By Geoffrey C. R. Schmalz
Whereas there's now renewed curiosity within the background of Athens less than the Roman empire, the Augustan and Julio-Claudian sessions stay fairly overlooked when it comes to prolonged research. therefore the one entire historic works at the interval and its epigraphy stay these of Paul Graindor, which have been released sooner than the invention of the Athenian Agora and its epigraphical wealth. This learn goals to assist offer a foundation for brand spanking new examine on early Roman Athens, within the kind of an epigraphical and old reference paintings, in elements. The Epigraphical Catalogue (Part I) represents either a significant other 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) deals an up to date prosopography of the interval because it pertains to the cloth of the Epigraphical Catalogue. An appendix offers a chronological checklist of the period's significant office-holders, liturgists, and priesthoods.
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127]). 1See Benjamin and Raubitschek (1959) 74–75. 18 part one New Analysis: if the decree was indeed occasioned by Augustus’ final visit to Athens, then the (lost) archon of the decree would most probably be Areios of Paiania, with Pammenes (II) of Marathon as strategos; with the dedication of the Temple of Roma and Augustus on the Akropolis (IG II2 3173) occurring in the same year; alternatively, from the previous archonship, that of Apolexis (II) of Oion. (9) SEG 21 (1965) no. D. 27/28. Edition(s): from Hesp.
602 (= Hesp. 33  218–219 no. 63, ed. D. Meritt). Commentary: the inscription preserves honors to the prytany treasurer; with two columns of prytaneis flanking, unusually, a central list of “Hearth-Guards” (hestiouchoi). D. 36/37 (in IG II2 2292 ll. 31–32); ii) less assuredly, one of the two prytaneis Dionysios of Pallene could be a son of the late Augustan strategos and imperial priest Demostratos Dionysiou of Pallene, member of a prominent Kerykid family. (44) Agora XV no. ) Tib. Cl. Chrysippos; probably mid-1st c.
Also the Diotimos of Azenia in Agora XV no. 280 l. 17). New Analysis: 1) Eukles (IV) of Marathon has long been implausibly identified with the archon Eucles of ca. 1 (attested in I. Délos no. 2632b l. C. (attested in IG II2 1716 l. 17 & 2992), and giving Eucles nearly a fifty-year public career, with his hoplite generalship conventionally dated to ca. C. (in IG II2 3175; see entry no. 102 for new date). , some ten years after he assumed—appropriately as a young man of influential family— the priesthood of Pythian Apollo (ca.
Augustan and Julio-Claudian Athens: A New Epigraphy and Prosopography (Mnemosyne Supplements, History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity) by Geoffrey C. R. Schmalz