By Stephen V. Tracy
Furthering his masterful new method of classifying and reading epigraphical info awarded in Attic Letter-Cutters of 229 to 86 B.C., Stephen V. Tracy has produced a masterful learn of the inscriptions from the time of King Philip of Macedon, Alexander the good, Demosthenes, and Demetrios. unique examine of the palms during this greatest crew of fundamental records has enabled him to supply a couple of new insights, akin to reassessing the profession of Demetrios of Phaleron and taking factor with the generally approved view that Athenian democracy resulted in 322 B.C. with the defeat by means of the Macedonians at Krannon. Tracy items jointly stone records and exhibits that the "handwriting" of person stonecutters could be pointed out incidentally specific letters are lower into the stone. He bargains new readings, redatings, joins and institutions, as good as preliminary ebook of a few fragments from the excavations in the Athenian agora.
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M. Williams ("The Peripatetic School and Demetrius of Phalerum's Reforms in Athens," Ancient World 15  87-98). For the collected ancient testimonia, see E Jacoby, FGrH no. 228; and E Wehrli, DieSchule des Aristoteles IV (Basel 1949).  IG II727 probably belongs to the years of Demetrios (below 139), and IG II592 could date from the period of his control (below 155-156). Ch. 5). Furthermore, J. Morgan in a forthcoming study of the Athenian calendar win argue the likelihood that IG II 585 belongs to the year 314/3.
189d; Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria 1314-315, 690.  I owe the general idea behind this epilog in part to my colleague Alan Code.  The letter of Aristeas to Philokrates (Jacoby, FGrH 228 T6e).  Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria 314-315.  Diog. Laert. 52. Theophrastos died either in the year 288/7 or in 287/6. 54. 11-17) makes no provision for his books. There are two possible reasons: either the will is incomplete or the books had already been entrusted to Theophrastos.
Camp, "Greek Inscriptions," Hesperia 43 (1974) 323-324. See also A. Jardé, Les céreales dans l'antiquité grecque (Paris 1925) 43-47. ― 31 ― in honor of Herakleides of Salamis on Cyprus published as IG II2 360. He is praised in 325/4, when the crisis appears to have abated, for two actions. He was the first of the importers during the shortage ( , lines 8-9) in 330/29 to bring in grain and sell it at a reasonable price (lines 8-10, 29-31), and in 328/7 he contributed 3,000 drachmas towards the cost of supplying food (lines 11-12, 70).