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By Robert Develin
The purpose of this paintings of reference is to supply a whole year-by-year checklist of officers from archaic and classical Athens, besides, the place acceptable, a brief detect in their actions, together with all of the proof touching on an individual's place of work in a specific 12 months. It additionally includes all nation decrees datable to any yr or which include proper info. It bargains a easy reference, of a sort that has formerly been missing, for the research of Athenian magistracies and legit lifestyles. The creation provides crucial information of the positions integrated, and the indexes supply an alphabetic directory of people with their places of work, an inventory via geographical provenance (demes), and a sign of records of disputed date. so far as attainable using Greek and Latin has been shunned so that the publication can be available to a large readership. it's going to end up a basic software for destiny study.
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Rights of organizations: F 76. 19. Census registration and livelihood: FF 77-8; cf. 148. 20. Naukraries: FF 79-80. 21. Religion: FF 81-6. 22. Parasitoi: FF 87-9. 23. Capture of wolves: F 92. 24. Protection of laws: F 93; cf. 98. 25. Conduct of speakers: FF IOI, 104. 26. Education: F 102. 27. Funerals: F 109; cf. 144-5, 15128. Abortion: F 122. 29. Calendar: F 123. 30. Rewards for athletes: F 143. 31. Disabled men: FF 146-7. 32. The content of F 119 remains unclear. 593/2 (Ol. 4) Archon (? son of Dropides) PA 4573; APF 322ff.
3 assert that Kylon was already an Olympic victor when he attempted his coup and Eusebios places the victory in 640/39. Assuming this latter year is ruled out (though Levi 17 gives it a chance), the possible dates for Kylon's attempt, which was made in an Olympic year, are 636/5,632/1,628/7,624/3, provided that the latter year was not that of Aristaichmos' archonship (see 621/20) and that the attempt should precede Drakon. The date here given merely splits the difference as nearly as possible between Kylon's victory and Drakon's work.
2 mentions 'all the officials who are sent to Samos, Skyros, Lemnos or Imbros'. When it comes to evidence for our purposes, we fall short. ) and we have a hipparch on Lemnos for three years (appendix to Section IX). In the appendix to Section VIII will be found two epimeletai on Lemnos. Otherwise we seem to be dealing with local officials of klerouchies (Rhodes, Comm. ). 2. In 3 70/69 we have names of two men who led out a klerouchy and in 325/4 the founder of a colony. Presumably this involved some sort of appointment.