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By Daniel J. Geagan

This publication goals to check the textual content of each recognized Athenian inscription datable to the interval after the recent structure of Sulla (ca. sixty eight B.C.) and to reconstruct information regarding the civic workplaces and associations tested during this interval. the writer for that reason provides the entire proof he has came upon for the tasks of significant officers, councillors, and minor magistrates. He compares this knowledge with the sooner photograph painted by means of Aristotle in his examine of the structure of the Athenians, and exhibits that many adjustments happened within the Roman interval.

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50; although Graindor, Tibere a Trajan, pp. 96-97 pointed out that these examinations occurred at the Diogenion, this should not alter the significance of the hoplite general to the ephebic training. For a summary of the evidence see Th. Chr. Sarikakis, 'AOrqva,LVIII, 1954, pp. 127-128. , XII, 8, 26, cited by Graindor, Auguste, p. 116 and Tibere a Trajan, p. 77. , II2, 1759, dated by Notopoulos, Hesperia, XVIII, 1949, p. 12. On the problem of the second general see Graindor, Auguste, p. 116; Tibere a Trajan,p.

It would seem then that at this point an importantalteration had been made in the Athenian constitution which resulted in the reduction of the lesser generals to ephebic trainers, while the hoplite general assumed an important position in the civic constitution. C. ) the hoplite general and herald of the Areopagus return to this function. C. , II2, 1040 36 will be shown below to support its being placed in a different context. Are we to assume that the college of generals was re-instituted, then allowed to lapse, or may we accept that the college continued to exist in name only in the formula borrowed from earlier decrees?

II2, 1069 honoringJulius Nikanor. The contents of the two documents appear to be too much at variance to support such an association. C. See also Keil, Beitrdge, p. 50, note 62. For the coastal garrisons see J. Pouilloux, La Forteresse de Rhamnonte, Bibliotheque des iecoles franqaises d'Athenes et de Rome, CLXXIX, 1954, pp. 55, 83-92. The evidence for the connection of the hoplite general with the grain supply in pre-Roman Athens has been collected by Th. Chr. Sarikakis in HAaTov, IX, 1957, pp.

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