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SEG 60-1313. Assos. New inscriptions.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ EntryT.Özhan, KST 31.1 (2010) 235, reports on the discovery of several new inscriptions. A. In the bouleuterion: two honorary inscriptions on statue bases (1. for negotiatores; 2. for Germanic…

SEG 63-656. Kos. Associations.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry S.Maillot, in Groupes et associations 199-226, gives an overview of various types of ‘voluntary’ or ‘private’ associations in Kos (on 222-226, a list of 67 attestations). Most of…

SEG 59-837. Olbia. Cultural contacts, proxeny and exchange of coinage, 5th/4th cent. B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry R.Osborne, in P.Guldager Bilde, J.H.Petersen (edd.), Meetings of Cultures in the Black Sea Region: Between Conflict and Coexistence (Aarhus 2008) 333-346, discusses the mainly epigraphic evid…

SEG 63-476. Thrace. Roman citizenship.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry F.Camia, in Thrakika Zetemata II, 165-218, collects the evidence for ca. 400 Roman citizens in Thrace, mostly soldiers, but also negotiatores and freedmen. Most of the evidence …

SEG 60-1771. Egypt. Religion: the cult of Herakles.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry U.Höckmann, ‘Heracleion, Herakles and Naukratis’, in D.Robinson, A.Wilson (edd.), Alexandria and the North-Western Delta. Joint Conference Proceedings of ‘Alexandria: City and Harbour…

SEG 61-1075. Sinope. Population.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry C.Barat, in N.Barrandon, F.Kirbihler (edd.), Les gouverneurs et les provinciaux sous la république romaine (Rennes 2011) 145-167, studies the composition of the population from the foundat…

SEG 61-404. Akarnania. Western Greeks and Romans.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry S.Zoumbaki, art.cit. (see our lemma no. 399)…

SEG 60-1594. Korykos. Christian epitaph of Agathoklion (or Agathokles?).

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry MAMA III 208; Hagel-Tomaschitz, Repertorium 235 Korykos 244. In view of the defective writing of the deceased’s occupation (ληνπώλου for ληνοπώλου), D.Feissel, art.cit. (cf. SEG 60 1045) 426 note 32…

SEG 60-291. Corinth. Corinthian personal names, late 4th to early 7th cent. A.D.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ EntryIn Corinth in Context 257-323, Michael B.Walbank conducts a massive prosopographic analysis of the nomenclature on Corinthian inscriptions of this period, most of them Christian…

SEG 60-1964. Mines and quarries.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry A.M.Hirt, Imperial Mines and Quarries in the Roman World. Organizat…

SEG 59-1675. Damaskos. The Damascene diaspora.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry J.Aliquot, AAAS 51/52 (2008/2009) […

SEG 63-1220. Aizanoi. Honorary decree for Menogenes, 49/48 B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Papazarkadas, N. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry W.Günther, MDAI (I) 25 (1975) 351-356. Republished by P.Thonemann, in Roman Phrygia 25-27 (ph.; English translation), in the context of a discussion of the transformation of Phrygian se…
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