The Athenian Archons of the Third and Second Centuries Before Christ

The Athenian Archons of the Third and Second Centuries Before Christ

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...who figures in a Delian decree which Philios, the son of Charilas, moved. I see no reason why this Philios is not the father, rather than the 30. Leocharesf Theophilos, Ergochares, ' Niketes," son, of Charilas II who was archon at Delos in 220 B.C., though for my purpose it is immaterial. See B.C.-I. XV (1891), p. 359 f. Bukris is also mentioned as hieromnemon at Delphi in two inscriptions, one of which Pomtow (Rhein. Mus. LI (1896), p. 356; cf. Wilhelm, Giitt. gel. Anz. 1898, p. 224) assigns to a time a little later than 230 B.C. 'Paus. II, 9, 4. 'C.I.A. IV 2, 385 c. Homolle (B.C.H. XV (1891), p. 362) places Heliodoros in 217-6 B.C. and interprets this decree in the light of the glimpse of Cretan affairs given us by Polybius, IV, 53-55 and VII, 11. It might be so interpreted if it were known that Heliodoros was archon in 217-6 B.C., but the circumstances necessary for the understanding of the decree jibe so closely with the normal situation in Crete that I do not see how they can serve to date Heliodoros. 5 See Vvilcken, Pauly-Wissowa, II, p. 2159 ff. The restoration 'Ar-rJ.)ov is of course uncertain and disputed; cf. Phil. Unter. IV, p. 253. ' C.I.A. IV 2, 385 b. 5 C.I.A. II, 1102; for the whole group see C.I.A. II, 859. C.I.A. IV 2, 381 b; the secretary's tribe must have been Aiantis and the deme began with 'A. 'AcentsI5va'ios is the only one possible. " C.I.A. II, 381. "C.I.A. II, 1216; cf. IV 2, 1216...., r These are the archons given us by C.I.A. II, 859. After Antiphilos there is a break in the stone and another after......0n. The number of the archons which intervene in either interval is unknown. It is limited however by the size of the stone. To assume that betweeshow more

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