Tripolis on the Maeander in Hellenistic and Roman Age (Cent. 3rd B.C. - 3rd A.D.): Epigraphy and Prosopography

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Abstract

This appendix is conceived to be a useful tool for the study of the history of Tripolis on the Maeander (Lydia, Anatolia). It offers a catalogue of the already published inscriptions concerning Tripolis, which come from the same city (A.1) or from anywhere else (A.2), and a prosopographical dossier of the citizens of Apollonia/Tripolis and other important persons of Hellenistic (B) and Roman age (C) up to the 3rd cent. AD, such as Roman senators (C.1), Roman magistrates and officials (C.2), Roman knights (C.3), federal magistrates of the koinon tes Asias (C.4), civic magistrates and councillors of Tripolis (C.5), “monetales” (C.6), civic priests (C.7), agonothetai and athletes (C.8), and simple citizens attested in Tripolis (C.9) or anywhere else (C.10).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTripolis Arastirmalari
Pages59-73
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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