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SEG 45-900. Kallatis. Inscriptions mentioning πρόβουλοι, Hellenistic period.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Cf. provisionally SEG 44 627. A.Avram, Il Mar Nero 1 (1994) 167-170, list…

SEG 47-490. Oropos. Proxeny decree for Artemidoros of Perge, ca. 230-220 B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Stele found near the temple of Amph…

SEG 42-97. Athens. Decree Concerning Tenos, 281/0 B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry IG II² 660. SEG 33 84.* G. Reger, CQ 42(1992) 368-379, seeks an occasion for the renewal of the ἰσοτέλεια and other privileges mentioned in LL. 5-9, in the Athenian reco…

SEG 47-493. Oropos. Proxeny decree for Herakleitos of Pella, late 3rd/early 2nd cent. B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Base of a statue inscribed with five texts, four of them are published: SEG 15 268-270 and 289. Ed.pr. in I.Oropos 106 no. 130, presents the fifth text. Cf. Tataki, Macedonians Abroad

SEG 42-94. Athens. Decree Concerning Tenos, 307/6 B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S. | Strubbe, J.H.M.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry IG II² 466. SEG 24 110. In a discussion of relations between Athens and Tenos in the early Hellenistic age, G. Reger, CQ 42 (1992) 365-368, suggests that a motivating factor …

Important Words (digamma)

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SEG 36-982-983. Iasos. Proxeny decrees, 5th cent B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
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SEG 37-1663. Berenike. Honorary inscription of the jewish community for M. Tittius, 13 B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry CIG 5361 ( IGR I 1024; SEG 16 931; 18 773; cf. 20 704, 28 1539, 33 1534). M.W.Baldwin Bowsky, AJPh 108 (1987) 495-510, offers a full translation and comments on the prosopography and the functio…

SEG 36-139. Athens. Decree and catalogue of those rewarded by the restored democracy, 403-400 B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry IG II² 10+2403. SEG 34 59.* D. Whitehead, PCPhS 212 (1986) 147-148, briefly restates his view that the only privilege with which the decree is concerned is full Athenian citizenship. P. Gauthier, REG 99 (…

SEG 32-484. Tanagra. Proxeny decree, ca 240-220 B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry Black limestone block; now in the Museum in Schimatari (Tanagra). Ed. pr. P. Roesch, EB 81-84 (ph.). For the date cf. now also J.M. Fossey HOROS 2 (1984) 119-135 (ca 245/40 - 210 B.C.). Inscription Στροτ̣[- - …

SEG 34-59. Athens. Decree and catalogue of those rewarded by the restored democracy, 403/400 B.C.

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Author(s): Pleket, H.W. | Stroud, R.S.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry IG II² 10+2403. SEG 1 14; 32 40.* D. Whitehead, LCM 9 (1984) 8-10, argues that all the honorands of the decree listed in the catalogue were enfranchised and no other, lesser …

SEG 57-652. Histria. Fragment of a proxeny decree, 2nd cent. B.C.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Stroud, R.S. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry I.Histriae 47; Yu.G. Vinogradov, VDI 170 (1984.3) 179; SEG 49 1007 ad finem (Nawotka). A.Avram, art.cit. ( SEG 57 649) 91, recommends the following readings and restorations. See also id., BE (2008) no. 3…

SEG 57-2108. Foreigners.

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Author(s): Chaniotis, A. | Corsten, T. | Stroud, R.S. | Tybout, R.A.
⇐ Previous Browse ⇑ Next ⇒ Entry M.-F.Baslez, in Économies et sociétés 213-236, discusses the presence of foreigners in Greek cities (5th-1st cent. B.C.), focusing primarily on the economic implications of migration (tax…
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