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287. 89. Iasos 5 (decree of the tribe), l. 4, Ma, Antiochos III, no. 28 (decree of the city), l. 12. 90. Ma, Antiochos III, no. 31. 91. Carl H. Kraeling, ‘A New Greek Inscription from Antioch on the Orontes’, American Journal of Archaeology ´ 68 (1964), pp. 178–9; J. Robert and L. Robert, in Bulletin Epigraphique 1965, no. 6. 92. Gauthier, Nouvelles Inscriptions, pp. 72–3. 93. Kron, ‘Priesthoods, Dedications and Euergetism’, p. 181. 94. Pomeroy, Families in Classical and Hellenistic Greece, pp.
453–4. 87. Probably Laodike’s birthday celebration in the month Aphrodision at Iasos and the sacrifices to Zeus Genethlios on 15 Hyperberetaios at Sardis fell on one and the same day. Scarcity of month names in the evidence, and the varied names used by different cities, make it a difficult hypothesis to confirm, but the congruence of the two celebrations for Laodike, in my view, points to a single date for both. Hyperberetaios was a Macedonian month name, making Laodike’s birthday fall in the autumn; the Aphrodision month name at Iasos fits neatly with the identification of Laodike with Aphrodite, and may have been an introduction specifically in her honour.
27, ll. 2–5. 75. Ma, Antiochos III, no. 31a. 76. Ma, Antiochos III, no. 31a, ll. 8–13. 77. A. J. Sachs and D. J. Wiseman, ‘A Babylonian King List of the Hellenistic Period’, Iraq 16 (1954), pp. 202–11, here p. 207. The cuneiform Babylonian ‘King List’ (BM 35603) compiled some time after 175 BCE records that Antiochos’ co-rule began in year 102 of the Seleukid era, which started on 27 March 210 BCE. 221 BCE: Polyb. 4. ´ 78. See Jeanne Robert and Louis Robert, Bulletin Epigraphique 1971, p. 621. 79.
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