By Geoffrey C. R. Schmalz
Whereas there's now renewed curiosity within the historical past of Athens lower than the Roman empire, the Augustan and Julio-Claudian sessions stay particularly overlooked when it comes to prolonged research. hence the single entire old works at the interval and its epigraphy stay these of Paul Graindor, which have been released prior to the invention of the Athenian Agora and its epigraphical wealth. This learn goals to aid supply a foundation for brand new examine on early Roman Athens, within the type of an epigraphical and historic reference paintings, in components. The Epigraphical Catalogue (Part I) represents either a spouse 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 presents a chronological record of the period's significant office-holders, liturgists, and priesthoods.
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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  397–400 & likely also in IG II2 1733 l. 10, for which see the relevant entry below), such an archon is otherwise unattested.
A. Stamires, with extensive commentary). Commentary: 1) a decree honoring Augustus’ birthday (Sept. 23), authored (ex oﬃcio) by Antipatros of Phlya and inscribed in an archaizing stoichedon style,1 establishing a permanent foundation for an annual sacrifice and “Iso-Pythian Games” for the emperor on Boedromion 12, shortly after the annual celebration of Apollo’s ‘birthday’ (Boedromion 7); and so perhaps as part of the Athenian Boedromia festival. C. would appear to have been inauspicious for such public recognition.
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. D. Edition(s): from Hesp. 11 (1942) 37 no. 7, ed. H. Oliver. Commentary: 1) if a prytany decree, its preserved content and format would be unique, for it appears to record career-honors by the prytaneis for (as preserved) a former gymnasiarch and herald of the Areopagos.
Augustan and Julio-Claudian Athens: A New Epigraphy and Prosopography (Mnemosyne Supplements, History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity) by Geoffrey C. R. Schmalz