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Antiochus, Son of Seleucus IV

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Antiochus, the son of Seleucus IV, was the eighth king of the Seleucid Empire, ruling briefly under the regency of his mother, Laodice IV, in the autumn of 175 BC. When his uncle, Antiochus IV, arrived in Syria in October/November of 175 BC he adopted the boy king and associated him in his own rule. This state of affairs survived only a few years until 170 BC, when Antiochus IV ordered the execution of his nephew.
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Demetrius II

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Demetrius II Theos Nicator ("the God [and] Victor") was the twelfth king of the Seleucid Empire who experienced two distinct periods of rule. His first reign took place between 146 and 138 BC. In 146 BC, at the age of thirteen, Demetrius II arrived in Syria with a mercenary army intent on overthrowing his father's killer, Alexander I. Demetrius II was successful in this endeavor but alienated much of Syria by quelling riots in Antioch through massacre and by preferring foreign mercenaries to the established Seleucid army. A Seleucid commander named Diodotus proclaimed Antiochus VI, the young son of Alexander I, as rival king and forced Demetrius II out of Antioch. Unable to crush his enemies in Syria and faced with the advance of the Arsacid Parthians into Babylonia, Demetrius II marched to war against the Parthian king Mithradates I. Despite early successes, Demetrius II was defeated and captured in 139 BC. He subsequently lived in honorable captivity at the Parthian court until 129 BC, when he was released. The freed king returned to Antioch and resumed the great unpopularity that had plagued his first reign. His involvement in the conflict between Cleopatra II and Ptolemy VII of Egypt caused the latter to raise a pretender, Alexander II, against him. Demetrius II was defeated near Damascus in 125 BC. He fled to his wife, Cleopatra Thea, at Ptolemais (Ake), but she barred the doors against him. Demetrius II then attempted to find safety at Tyre, but he was killed by the city guards, perhaps on Cleopatra's orders.
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Seleucus I

Definition
Seleucus I Nicator ("the Victor") (satrap, 321–305 BC; king, 305–281 BC) was the founder of the Seleucid Empire. He had served as an infantry commander under Alexander the Great and became chiliarch (i.e. vizier) to Perdiccas at the Settlement of Babylon (323 BC). In 321 BC, after the death of Perdiccas he was appointed satrap (governor) of Babylonia. He was driven out by Antigonus Monophthalmus in 315 BC, but managed to return and hold the satrapy in 312. Seleucus I assumed the royal title in 305 BC and embarked upon a great eastern campaign that created a Seleucid Empire stretching from Babylonia and Syria to the borders of India. He played a pivotal role in the defeat and death of Antigonus at the Battle of Ipsus (301 BC). Seleucus I expanded his empire into Asia Minor after defeating and killing Lysimachus, the king of Thrace who had claimed Antigonus' territories in Asia Minor, at the Battle of Corupedium (281 BC). Seleucus I was assassinated later in 281 BC as he advanced to take possession of Thrace.
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Seleucus II

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Seleucus II Callinicus ("Nobly Victorious"), nicknamed Pogon ("the Beard") was the fourth king of the Seleucid Empire. He succeeded his father, Antiochus II in 246 BC and reigned until 225 BC. His reign saw many challenges to the territorial integrity of the empire. The king was ineffective in opposing Ptolemy III during the Third Syrian War (246-241 BC) and suffered invasion and the loss of possessions in Syria, Asia Minor, and Thrace. These problems were compounded by his brother, Antiochus Hierax, who established an independent kingdom in Asia Minor and whom Seleucus II was unable to evict during the disastrous War of the Brothers (c. 241-236 BC). Turning from his failures in the West, in 230-227 BC, Seleucus II marched East to oppose the invading Arsacid Parthians and restore Seleucid authority in the rogue satrapy (province) of Bactria. What limited successes he enjoyed in this endeavor were fleeting. In 225 BC he was thrown from his horse and died from his injuries.
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Demetrius I

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Demetrius I Soter ("the Savior") was the eleventh king of the Seleucid Empire, ruling from 162 to 150 BC. He was sent to Rome as a hostage for the good behavior of his uncle, Antiochus IV, but escaped back to Syria in 162 BC. After disposing of Antiochus V and the regent Lysias, Demetrius I put down the usurpation of Timarchus in 160 BC and successfully fought against the Maccabean Jewish rebels in southern Coele Syria. He further upset the balance of power in Asia Minor by dethroning Ariarathes V of Cappadocia. His many enemies advanced the claims of Alexander I, a supposed son of Antiochus IV, as rightful Seleucid king in 152 BC. After several years of conflict between the two for control of Syria, Demetrius was killed in battle in 150 BC.
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Demetrius III

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Demetrius III Philopator Soter ("Father-loving Savior"), nicknamed Eucaerus ("the Well-timed"), was the twenty-first king of the Seleucid Empire, ruling in Damascus from 97/6 to 88/7 BC. A brother of Seleucus VI, Antiochus XI, and Philip I, Demetrius III was installed in Damascus by Ptolemy IX as a means of denying the city to both Antiochus IX and the Nabatean Arabs. He fought an unsuccessful war against the Hasmonean Jewish king, Alexander Jannaeus, but made inroads into northern Syria. In 88 BC, Demetrius III besieged Philip I, in Beroea. The siege was abruptly lifted when Demetrius was captured by Philip's Parthian allies. He died in captivity shortly thereafter.
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Philip I

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Philip I Epiphanes Philadelphus ("God Manifest, Brother-loving") was the twenty-second king of the Seleucid Empire, reigning from c. 94/3 to perhaps 76/5 BC. A brother of Seleucus VI, Antiochus XI, and Demetrius III, Philip I ruled jointly with Antiochus XI in Cilicia in 94/3 BC. By 94/3 BC, Antiochus XI was dead and Philip I controlled parts of northern Syria. He was besieged at Beroea by Demetrius III in 88/7 BC, but the siege was lifted when Demetrius was captured by Philip's Parthian allies. Philip I subsequently ruled from Antioch and briefly managed to sieze Damascus from Antiochus XII. The ancient sources are unclear about the fate of Philip I, but he seems to have died by 76/5 BC.
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Seleucus III

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Seleucus III Soter ("the Savior"), nicknamed Ceraunus ("the Thunderbolt") was the fifth king of the Seleucid Empire. He was named Alexander at birth but assumed the dynastic name Seleucus when he succeeded his father Seleucus II in 225 BC. He was assassinated in 233 BC while campaigning to regain Asia Minor from Attalus I of Pergamum.
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Philetaerus

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Philetaerus was the founder of the Attalid dynasty of Pergamum. In 301 BC, Lysimachus appointed him to guard a treasury of 9,000 talents of silver at Pergamum. Amid the dynastic turmoil in Lysimachus' kingdom in 281 BC, Philetaerus invited Seleucus I to kill his master and take possession of the kingdom. After the deaths of Lysimachus and Seleucus I, he became an increasingly independent dynast. He was a eunuch and had no children of his own, adopting his nephew Eumenes I as his successor.
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Molon

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Molon was appointed Seleucid strategos (military governor) of Media by Antiochus III in 223 BC, but a year later revolted along with his brother Alexander, the strategos of Persis, and a dynast of Media Atropatene. Molon claimed the title of king and ruled Media, Persis, and Babylonia as a breakaway kingdom from 222 BC to 220 BC. When Antiochus III at last defeated him in 220 BC, Molon and his brother commited suicide.
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Tryphon

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Tryphon ("Magnificent") was the pseudonym taken by the Seleucid commander Diodotus after he calimed the kingship at the death of Antiochus VI (c. 142 BC). He ruled in opposition to both Demetrius II and Antiochus VII between c. 142 and 138 BC. His authority was not recognized in Babylon, but he held Antioch and Apamea in Syria, as well as much of Phoenicia and Coele Syria. In 143/2. He struck heavy blows against both the Jews of Judaea and the generals of Demetrius II. However, in 138 BC, Antiochus VII drove him out of Syria and hounded him through Phoenicia. Tryphon was besieged first at Dora and then at Apamea before he was captured and killed in 138/7 BC.
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Ariarathes VII

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Ariarathes VII Philometor ("Mother-loving") ruled the kingdom of Cappadocia from c. 116 to 100 BC. This young son of Ariarathes VI reigned with his mother, Laodice, as regent--a situation that led to instability. In c. 105 BC, Nicomedes III of Bithynia invaded Cappadocia and married Laodice in an attempt to gain the regency over Ariarathes VII. He and Laodice were driven out by Mithradates VI of Pontus, who placed Ariarathes VII on the throne as sole ruler of Cappadocia. However, like his father, Ariarathes VII came to resent Pontic influence. He riased an army against Mithradates VI, but was assassinated when he accepted and invitation to a conference with the Pontic king.
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Seleucus VI

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Seleucus VI Epiphanes Nicator ("God Manifest, Victor") was the eighteenth king of the Seleucid Empire, ruling from 96 to 94 BC. In 96 BC, Seleucus VI defeated and killed his uncle, Antiochus IX, in battle, but managed to hold Antioch and Syria only briefly before he was driven out by Antiochus X, the son of Antiochus IX, in the following year. Seleucus VI fled to Mopsuestia where he attempted to raise a new army, but his financial exactions sparked rebellion in the city and he was burned alive by the mob in 94 BC.
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Ariarathes VI

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Ariarathes VI Epiphanes Philopator ("God Manifest, Father-loving") ruled the kingdom of Cappadocia between c. 130 and 116 BC. He was the youngest of the six sons of Ariarates V and Nysa and the only one to survive the plotting of his murderous mother. He swept to power during a popular uprising that overthrew Nysa, but he was a weak ruler and became a virtual puppet of Mithradates V of Pontus. As he grew older, he was increasingly disinclined to accept Pontic interference in the affairs of his kingdom. He was subsequently assassinated in 116 BC by a Cappadocian noble at the instigation of Mithradates VI of Pontus.
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Seleucus IV

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Seleucus IV Philopator ("Father-loving") was the eldest son of Antiochus III and succeeded him as the seventh king of the Seleucid Empire. He reigned from 187 to 175 BC, during which time he formed alliances in Asia Minor and Macedon in order to restore Seleucid influence curtailed by the Peace of Apamea. He was assassinated by his chief minister, Heliodorus, in 175 BC.
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Ariarathes IX

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Ariarathes IX Eusebes Philopator ("Pious, Father-loving"), the nine-year-old son of Mithradates VI of Pontus, was placed on the throne of Cappadocia in c. 100 BC to serve as his father's puppet. He was deeply unpopular with the Cappadocians and was soon driven out by Ariarathes VIII. The superior forces of Mithradates VI restored Ariarathes IX to power in c. 95 BC, only to have him immediately deposed by the Romans. He was restored several times between 95 and 85 BC in opposition to the Roman-supported Ariobarzanes I. Mithradates VI removed Ariarathes IX from the Cappadocian throne in 85 BC under the peace terms that ended the First Mithradatic War (89-85 BC).
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Ariarathes VIII

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Ariarathes VIII Eusebes Epiphanes ("Pious, God Manifest") claimed the kingship in Cappadocia between c. 100 and 95 BC. This son of Ariarathes VI was invited by the Cappadocians to overthrow the deeply unpopular Ariarathes IX. He raised an army to press his claims to the throne, but was ultimately defeated in battle by Ariarathes IX's father, Mithradates VI of Pontus. Ariarathes VIII then fled Cappadocia and died in exile shortly thereafter.
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Timarchus

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Timarchus was appointed satrap (governor) of Media by Antiochus IV in c. 175 BC. When the king died in 164 BC, he became a virtually independent ruler in his satrapy. Timarchus actively opposed Demetrius I and in 162 BC proclaimed himself as a rival king with the recognition of Rome. Although he managed to expand his kingdom into Babylonia, Timarchus was defeated and killed by Demetrius I in 161 BC.
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Young Antiochus Epiphanes

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The young Antiochus Epiphanes ("God Manifest") was an obscure Seleucid child-king who appears on Antioch coins struck in 128 B.C. It is unclear whether coins with his portrait were intended to represent an exceptionally juvenile Antiochus VIII or another ephemeral king.
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Ptolemy I Soter

Definition
Ptolemy I Soter I (Ancient Greek: Πτολεμαῖος Σωτήρ, Ptolemaĩos Sōtḗr, i.e. Ptolemy (pronounced /ˈtɒləmi/) the Savior), also known as Ptolemy Lagides,[1] c. 367 BC – c. 283 BC, was a Macedonian general under Alexander the Great, who became ruler of Egypt (323 BC – 283 BC) and founder of both the Ptolemaic Kingdom and the Ptolemaic Dynasty. In 305/4 BC he took the title of pharaoh.
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Ptolemy II Philadelphus

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Ptolemy II Philadelphus was the king of Ptolemaic Egypt from 283 to 246 BCE. He was the son of the founder of the Ptolemaic kingdom Ptolemy I Soter and Berenice, and was educated by Philitas of Cos.
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Ariobarzanes I

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Ariobarzanes I Philoromaios ("Friend of the Romans") alternated with Ariarathes IX as ruler of Cappadocia between 95 and 85 BC. He was usually deposed by Tigranes II of Armenia as an ally of Mithradates VI of Pontus only to be restored by Roman generals. Between 83 and 67 BC he was also driven out of Cappadocia by the Armenian and Pontic kings. Ariobarzanes I was restored by the Romans for the last time in 66 BC. Three years later he abdicated in favor of his son, Ariobarzanes II.
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Cleopatra I Syra

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Cleopatra I Syra was a princess of the Seleucid Empire, Queen of Ptolemaic Egypt by marriage to Ptolemy V of Egypt, and regent of Egypt during the minority of their son, Ptolemy VI, from her husband’s death in 180 BC until her own death in 176 BC.
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Arsinoe II

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Arsinoë II (316 BC – unknown date between July 270 and 260 BC) was a Ptolemaic Queen and co-regent of Ancient Egypt. She was Queen of Thrace, Asia Minor and Macedonia by marriage to King Lysimachus, and queen and co-ruler of Egypt with her brother-husband Ptolemy II Philadelphus.
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Diodotus I

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Diodotus I (285-239 BC) was a Seleucid satrap of Bactria who rebelled after the death of Antiochus II. In c. 255 or 246 BC he proclaimed himself an independent king in Bactria. Much of his reign was spent opposing the invading Parthians under their king, Arsaces I.
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Diodotus II

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Diodotus II (c. 252 BC – c. 223 BC) succeeded his father Diodotus I in 239 BC. An alliance with the Parthians allowed Diodotus II to successfully defend his kingdom against Seleucus II in c. 239 BC, but in c. 223 BC he was killed by Euthydemus (I), a usurping governor of Sogdiana.
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Epirote League

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The Epirote League (Northwestern Greek: Κοινὸν Ἀπειρωτᾶν, Koinon Apeirotan) was an ancient Greek coalition (koinon) of Epirote communities.
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Ptolemy VIII Physcon

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Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II ("Ptolemy the Benefactor"; c. 182 BC – June 26, 116 BC), nicknamed Physcon ("the Fat"), was a king of the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt, ruling from 169 to 164 B.C. with siblings Ptolemy VI and Cleopatra II and a second time from 144 to 132/1 and again from 126 to 116.
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Ptolemy IV Philopator

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Ptolemy IV Philopator (Greek: Πτολεμαῖος Φιλοπάτωρ, Ptolemaĩos Philopátōr, reigned 221–205 BCE), son of Ptolemy III and Berenice II of Egypt was the fourth Pharaoh of Ptolemaic Egypt. Under the reign of Ptolemy IV, the decline of the Ptolemaic kingdom began.
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Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator

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Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator ("Ptolemy the New Beloved of his Father") was an Egyptian king of the Ptolemaic period. His reign is controversial, and it is possible that he did not reign at all, but was only granted royal dignity posthumously.
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Ptolemy VI Philometor

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Ptolemy VI Philometor was a king of Egypt from the Ptolemaic period. He reigned from 180 to 145 BC.
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Ptolemy V Epiphanes

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Ptolemy V Epiphanes (reigned 204–181 BC), son of Ptolemy IV Philopator and Arsinoe III of Egypt, was the fifth ruler of the Ptolemaic dynasty.
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Ptolemy III Euergetes

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Ptolemy III Euergetes (reigned 246–222 BC) was the third king of the Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt.
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Oldenburg Municipal Museum

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The Oldenburg Municipal Museum originates from the private collection of Theodor Francksen (1875-1914), an art lover and patron of the OIdenburg Municipal Museum. The Musuem represents his collections in three historical villas and space for special exhibitions. The Museum gives insights in art and cultural history from the 17th to the 20th century and possesses a collection of antiques. It also contains a collection of coins and medals, which focuses mainly on modern times, but includes few roman coins, too.
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Diome...

Definition
Third magistrate in Athens in 121/120 BC. Not identifed. Lit.: M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) issue 44; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 8-9 (on the two other magistrates, 121/120 BC); H. B. Mattingly, Numismatic Chronicle 1997, p. 258 (124/123 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 455 (124/123 BC).
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Mened...

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Magistrate in Athens in 135/134 BC (issue 30). Presumably previously third magistrate in 136/135 BC [Thompson (1961 p. 573 and issue 29] and again third magistrate [ibid. p. 573 and issue 38] in 127/126 BC. Lit.: M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) issue 30 (and 29, 38); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5; Prosopographia Attica no. 9889.
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Philip V

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Philip V was King of the ancient kingdom of Macedonia from 221 to 179 BC. Philip's reign was principally marked by an unsuccessful struggle with the emerging power of the Roman Republic.
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Antigonus II Gonatas

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Antigonus II Gonatas (Ancient Greek: Ἀντίγονος B΄ Γονατᾶς) (319 BC – 239 BC) was a powerful ruler who firmly established the Antigonid dynasty in Macedonia and acquired fame for his victory over the Gauls who had invaded the Balkans.
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Cassander

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Cassander, the eldest son of Antipater and a contemporary of Alexander the Great, was king of the Ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon from 305 BC until 297 BC, and de facto ruler of much of Greece from 317 BC until his death.
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Antigonus III Doson

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Antigonus III Doson was king of Macedon from 229 BC to 221 BC. He was a member of the Antigonid dynasty.
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Adeimantos

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First magistrate attested in Athens in 147/146 BC. From Ikaria. Agonothetes of the Panathenaic games in the 140s BC, Epimeletes in Delos in 140/139 (Habicht 1991, p. 7): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 121-128 / issue 18 (p. 547); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 7 (147/146 BC); Prosopographia Attica 193; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 9 s. v. Adeimantos, no. 9 (listed under Athens); H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 258; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 285 s. v. Adeimantos.
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Achaios

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First magistrate attested in Athens in 128/127 BC [issue 37]. Later attested as third magistrate in Athens in 116/115 BC [issue 49]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 421-428 and nos. 619, 621-623 / issues 37 and 49 (p. 557); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (128/127 and 116/115 BC); Prosopographia Attica 2790; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 84 s. v. Achaios, no. 2; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 398 s. v. Achaios.
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Acarnian League

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The Acarnanian League was the tribal confederation, and later a fully-fledged federation (koinon), of the Acarnanians in Classical, Hellenistic, and early Roman-era Greece. The league was founded in the 5th century B.C., but continued even after Roman intervention in Greece in 146. It was finally dissolved and incorporated into the Roman province of Achaea after the Battle of Actium in 31 B.C.
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Boeotian League

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The Boeotian League was a conglomeration of eleven sovereign city-states within the historical region of Boeotia, primarily administered from Thebes. The league effectively came to an end as an independent political entity with the destruction of Thebes by Alexander the Great in 335 B.C.
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Agathokles

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Second magistrate attested in Athens during the first two month of 110/109 BC. From Trikorynthos. Maybe a relative of the first magistrate Euboulides, probably his father. Both are attested for only two months, the reason for their sudden disappearance is unknown (Habicht 1991, p. 9 f.): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 710-713 / issue 55 (p. 547); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 9 f. (110/109 BC); Prosopographia Attica 75; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 4 s. v. Agathokles, no. 132; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 279.
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Agathippos

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Second Magistrate attested on the New Style Coinage of Athens in 97/96 BC. Knight in 106/105 BC (Mattingly 1997, pp. 258 f.): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 879-928 / issue 66 (p. 547); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (99/98 BC); Prosopographia Attica 38; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 2 s. v. Agathippos, no. 3; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 259 and W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 279 (97/96 BC).
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Aischines

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Second magistrate attested in Athens in 74/73 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) no. 1231 / her issue 89 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 6 (74/73 BC, his issue 91); Prosopographia Attica 336; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 15 s. v. Aischines, no. 25; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 300 s. v. Aischines.
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Aischines

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Third magistrate attested in Athens in 132/131 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 569-571, 573 / issue 33 (p. 548); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (132/131 BC); Prosopographia Attica 336; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 15 s. v. Aischines, no. 17; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 300 s. v. Aischines.
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Aischines

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Third magistrate attested in Athens in 119/118 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 569-571, 573 / issue 46 (p. 548); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (119/118 BC); Prosopographia Attica 335; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 15 s. v. Aischines, no. 18; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 300 s. v. Aischines.
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Alexa…

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Third magistrate attested in Athens in 135/134 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 353-355, 358 / issue 30 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (135/134 BC); P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 18 s. v. Alexandros, no. 15; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 305 s. v. Alexa-.
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Aiantides

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Third magistrate attested in Athens in 133/132 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 376-377 / issue 32 (p. 548); P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 13 s. v. Aiantides, no. 1; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 258; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 292 s. v. Aiantides.
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Alex…

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Third magistrate attested in Athens in 108/107 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 729-732, 735-736 / issue 57 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (108/107 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 305 s. v. Alex-.
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Agatha…

Definition
Third Magistrate attested on the New Style Coinage of Athens in 131/130 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 400-401 / issue 34 (p. 547); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (131/130 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 278.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Ammonios

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 150/149 BC [issue 15]. Again attested as first magistrate in 148/147 BC [issue 17]. AMMO[nios] most probably is a relative of Ammonios, the first magistrate of 118/117 (issue 47), maybe his father (cf. Thompson 1961, p. 58 with note 2 and p. 550). Councillor in 140/139 BC (H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 258): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 94-101, and nos. 111-120 / issues 15 and 17 (pp. 549 f.); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (150/149 and 148/147 BC); Prosopographia Attica 718; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 25 s. v. Ammonios, no. 9; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 258; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 314 s. v. Ammomios.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Alkidamos

Definition
Second magistrate attested in Athens in 113/112 BC. From Euonymon. Brother of Eumareides (first magistrate), died probably during his magistracy (C. Habicht, AM 97, 1982, p. 181). Attested as knight in Delphi in 128/127 BC (Habicht 1991, p. 9; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 259): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 669-675, 685 / issue 52 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 9 (113/112 BC); Prosopographia Attica 606; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 23 s. v. Alkidamos, no. 8; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 310 s. v. Alkidamos.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Ammonios

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 118/117 BC. Belongs most probably to the same family as Ammo[nios], first magistrate in 150/149 (issue 15) and 148/147 (issue 17), he might be his son (Thompson 1961, p. 58 with note 2 and p. 550): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 577, 580-595 / issue 47; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (118/117 BC); Prosopographia Attica 719; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 25 s. v. Ammonios, no. 10; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 314 s. v. Ammonios.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Alketes

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 72/71 BC. From Perithoidai. Belongs probably to the same familiy as the second magistrate Euagion, he might be his son: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 1234-1235 / her issue 91 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 6 and 14 (72/71 BC, his issue 93); Prosopographia Attica 585; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 22 s. v. Alketes, no. 3; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 309 s. v. Alketes.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Amphias

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 81/80 BC. From Aphidnai. Belongs to the same family as his colleague Oinophilos (second magistrate), he is probably his son: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 1187-1195 / her issue 82 (p. 550); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 6 and 13 (81/80 BC, his issue 84); Prosopographia Attica 754; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 27 s. v. Amphias, no. 4; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 315 s. v. Amphias.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Alketes

Definition
Second magistrate attested in Athens in 125/124 BC: Obviously from Perithoidai as his colleague Polemon (Habicht 1991, pp. 8 and 14): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 461-474 / issue 40 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5, 8 and 14 (125/124 BC); Prosopographia Attica 581; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 22 s. v. Alketes, no. 2; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 309 s. v. Alketes.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Alexandros

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 121/120 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 503, 508 / issue 43 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (122/121 BC); Prosopographia Attica 485; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 18 s. v. Alexandros, no. 22; H. B. Mattingly, NC 1997, p. 258 and W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 305 s. v. Alexandrios (121/120 BC).
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Alkippos

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 118/117 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 585-586, 589-590, 595 / issue 47 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (118/117 BC); Prosopographia Attica 634; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 23 s. v. Alkippos, no. 11; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 311 s. v. Alkippos.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Alexandros

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 111/110 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 701-704 / issue 54 (p. 549); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (111/110 BC); Prosopographia Attica 488; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 18 s. v. Alexandros, no. 23; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 305 s. v. Alexandros.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Amphikrati…

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 134/133 BC [issue 31]. Maybe the same person attested again as third magistrate in 130/129 v. Chr [issue 35]. ΑΜΦΙΚΡΑΤΙ [issue 31] and ΑΜΦΙΚ [issue 35] might be Amphikrates (following Thompson, Habicht, Leschhorn) or Amphikratides (following PA, LGPM). Probably he belongs to the same family as Amphikrates and Epistratos (the two annual magistrates in 101/100 BC). Following Thompson 1961, p. 550 he would be their uncle: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 362-363, 369, and nos. 409-411 / issues 31 and 35, stemma p. 550; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 19 (134/133 and 130/129 BC); Prosopographia Attica 770; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 27 s. v. Amphikratides, no. 1; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 315 s. v. Amphikrates (sic!).
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Amphikrates

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 101/100 BC. From Perithoidai. Brother of his colleague Epistratos (second magistrate), both are sons of Epistratos (who is one the the third magistrates in 136/135 BC [issue 29]): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 833-835, 837, 840-853 / issue 64, stemma on p. 550; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 19 (101/100 BC); Prosopographia Attica 774; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 27 s. v. Amphikrates, no. 9; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 259; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 315 s. v. Amphikrates.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Antiochos

Definition
Attested as first magistrate in 131/130 BC [issue 34]. Previously attested as third magistrate in 134/133 BC [issue 31]. Athenian citizen, no Seleukid king or prince (Habicht 1997, p. 7): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 367-368 and nos. 396-403 / issues 31 and 34, commentary on p. 551; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (134/133 and 131/130 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1155 and 1160; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 37 s. v. Antiochos, no. 111; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 328 s. v. Antiochos.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Antilochos

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 132/131 BC [issue 33]. Probably it is the same person attested again as third magistrate in 131/130 BC [issue 34]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 389-390, 394, and nos. 396-397 / issue 33 and 34, commentary on p. 551; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (132/131 and 131/130 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1095 and 1094; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 36 s. v. Antilochos, no. 3; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 327 s. v. Antilochos.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Andreas

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 104/103 BC [issue 61]. Later attested as third magistrate in 94/93 BC [issue 71]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 795, 797-798, 800-811 and nos. 1047-1048 / issues 61 and 71 (pp. 550 f.); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 f. (104/103 and 94/93 BC); Prosopographia Attica 832; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 29 s. v. Andreas, nos. 2 and no. 4; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 320 s. v. Andreas.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Antiphanes

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 119/118 BC [issue 46]. Again attested as third magistrate in 115/114 BC [issue 50]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 552-554, 556-557, 578 and nos. 629-633, 645 / issues 46 and 50 (p. 551); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (119/118 and 115/114 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1217; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 39 s. v. Antiphanes, no. 23; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 329 s. v. Antiphanes.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Amynomachos

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 104/103 BC. Belongs to the same family as Amynomachos, ephebe of 102/101 BC (Habicht 1991, p. 22): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 801-805 / issue 61 (p. 550); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 22 (104/103 BC); Prosopographia Attica 738; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 26 s. v. Amynomachos, no. 1; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 314 s. v. Amynomachos.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Antikrates

Definition
Second magistrate attested in Athens in 77/76 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) no. 1227 / her issue 86 (p. 551); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 6 (77/76 BC, his issue 88); Prosopographia Attica 1077; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 35 s. v. Antikrates, no. 7; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 327 s. v. Antikrates.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Antigonos

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 126/125 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 453-456, 460 / issue 39 (p. 551); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (126/125 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1007; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 34 s. v. Antigonos, no. 6; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 326 s. v. Antigonos.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apellikon

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 88/87 BC [Thompson issue 75]. Originally from Ionian Teos, then Athenian citizen. Possibly the same person as Apellikon, the first magistrate in 60/59 BC [Thompson issue 103] (PA 1343, Thompson 1961, p. 551, LGPN p. 41); but with good reasons Habicht distinguishes two persons, Apellikon, the elder (p. 11 f.) and Apellikon, the younger (p. 17): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 1130-1142 / issue 75 (p. 551); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 6 (88/87 BC), issue 77; Prosopographia Attica 1343; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 41 s. v. Apellikon, no. 1; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 334 s. v. Apellikon.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Aphrodisi…

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 122/121 BC [issue 42]. Again attested as first magistrate in 120/119 BC [issue 45]. Probably from Piraeus as his colleague Apolexi[s], second magistrate of issue 42, both names are common here (cf. detailed Habicht 1991, p. 18): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 494-507 and nos. 543-555 / issues 42 and 45 (p. 557); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5, 8 and 18 (123/122 and 120/119 BC); Prosopographia Attica 2778; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 82 s. v. Aphrodisios, no. 8; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 259 and W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 398 s. v. Aphrod(e)isios (122/121 BC [issue 42]).
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apolexis

Definition
Second magistrate attested in Athens in 122/121 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 494-507 / issue 42 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5, 8 and 18 (123/122 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1354; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 42 s. v. Apolexis, no. 5; H. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 259 and W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 336 s. v. Apolexis (Datierung auf 122/121 BC).
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apellikon

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 60/59 BC. From Oion. Maybe the same person as Apellikon, the first magistrate in 88/87 BC [Thompson issue 75] (PA 1343, Thompson 1961, p. 551, LGPN p. 41); but with good reasons Habicht distinguishes two persons, Apellikon, the elder (p. 11 f.) and Apellikon, the younger (p. 17): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) no. 1263 / her issue 103 (p. 551); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 6 (60/59 BC, his issue 105); Prosopographia Attica 1343; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 41 s. v. Apellikon, no. 1; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 334 s. v. Apellikon.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apolexis

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 54/53 BC. From Piraeus. Belongs to the same family as his colleague Lysandros (second magistrate), maybe his brother (Thompson 1961, 552) or a father-son-relationship (?): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) no. 1272 / issue 109 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 6 and 17 (54/53 BC, last issue 111); Prosopographia Attica 1363; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 42 s. v. Apolexis, no. 24 and 25; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 336 s. v. Apolexis.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Antisthenes

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 110/109 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 715-717, 722 / issue 55 (p. 551); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (110/109 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1187; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 38 s. v. Antisthenes, no. 12; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 329 s. v. Antisthenes.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Ap…

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 99/98 BC [issue 66]. Again attested as third magistrate in 94/93 BC [issue 71]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 879, 883-885, 888, 891-892, 894-900, 904, 909-912, 914-919, 921-922, 924-925 and nos. 1038-1043 / issues 66 and 71, commentary on p. 551; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 f. (99/98 and 94/93 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 332 s. v. Ap-.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apol...

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 102/101 BC [issue 63]. Again attested as third magistrate in 96/95 BC [issue 69]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 432-835, 838 and nos. 990-1004 / issues 63 and 69 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 f. (102/101 and 96/95 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 335 s. v. Apol-.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apol...

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 124/123 BC. See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 531, 533-534 / issue 44 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (121/120 BC); H. Mattingly, NC 1997, p. 258 and W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 335 s. v. Apol- (124/123 BC).
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollodoros

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 128/127 BC [issue 37] and again in 125/124 BC [issue 40]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 425-427 and nos. 465-466, 469-470 / issues 37 and 40 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (128/127 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1386; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 42 s. v. Apollodoros, no. 58; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 338 s. v. Apollodoros.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollonios

Definition
Second magistrate attested in Athens in 111/110 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 697-709 and no. 685 (drachm) / issue 54 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (111/110 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1507; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 45 s. v. Apollonios, no. 29; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 342 s. v. Apollonios.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollonides

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 114/113 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 658, 660-662 / issue 51 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (114/113 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1486; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 45 s. v. Apollonides, no. 6; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 341 s. v. Apollonides.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollonides

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 133/132 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 378, 381-382 / issue 32 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (133/132 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1485; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 45 s. v. Apollonides, no. 6; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 341 s. v. Apollonides.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollodoros

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 112/111 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 691-694 / issue 53 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (112/111 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1387; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 42 s. v. Apollodoros, no. 59; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 338 s. v. Apollodoros.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollonios

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 93/92 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 1055-1057 issue 72 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (93/92 BC); P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 45 s. v. Apollonios, no. 48; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 342 s. v. Apollonios.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apolloni…

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 116/115 BC [issue 49]. Again attested as third magistrate in 109/108 BC [issue 56]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 619, 621 and nos. 729-731 / issues 49 and 56 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (116/115 and 109/108 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 340 s. v. Apolloni-.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollon…

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 118/117 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 585-587, 589 / issue 47 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (118/117 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 340 s. v. Apollon-.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollo…

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 130/129 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 408, 411 / issue 35 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (130/129 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 340 s. v. Apollo-.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Architimos

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 83/82 BC [Thompson issue 80]. From Sphettos. Father of Architimos, the first magistrate in 62/61 BC (Habicht 1991, pp. 12 f. and 16): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 1173-178, 1169 (p. 373) / her issue 80 (who understands Architimos [1] and [2] as one person: see p. 555); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 6 and 12 f. (83/82 BC, his issue 82); Prosopographia Attica 2567; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 72 s. v. Architimos, no. 1 (under Athens in general, no specific deme); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 373 s. v. Architimos.
Type
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Architimos

Definition
First magistrate attested in Athens in 62/61 BC [Thompson issue 101]. From Sphettos. Son of Architimos, the first magistrate in 83/82 BC (Habicht 1991, pp. 12 f. and 16): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 1255-1258 / her issue 101 (who understands Architimos [1] and [2] as one person); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 6, 12 f. and 16 (62/61 BC, his issue 103); Prosopographia Attica 2567; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 72 s. v. Architimos, no. 1 and 6; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 373 s. v. Architimos.
Type
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Arestos

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 123/122 BC. Most probably from Marathon. Paedotribe in 117/116 BC (Habicht 1991, p. 21): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 487-490, 492-493 issue 41 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 21 (124/123 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1604; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 50 s. v. Arestos, no. 1; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 259 and W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 349 s. v. Arestos (123/122 BC).
Type
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Argeios

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 88/87 BC. Archon in 98/97 and general (strategos) for Piraeus c. 100 BC (Habicht 1991, p. 22): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 1140-1142 / her issue 75 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 22 (88/87 BC, his issue 77); Prosopographia Attica 1581; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 49 s. v. Argeios, no. 2; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 348 s. v. Argeios.
Type
foaf:Person, skos:Concept

Apollophanes

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 117/116 BC [issue 48]. Again attested as third magistrate in 116/115 BC [issue 49]: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 597-601 , 610 and nos. 611-615 , 626 / issues 48 and 49 (p. 552); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (117/116 and 116/115 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1464; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 44 s. v. Apollophanes, no. 11; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 339 s. v. Apollophanes.
Type
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Archippos

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 121/120 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 518, 521 / issue 43 (p. 555); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (122/121 BC); Prosopographia Attica 2547; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 72 s. v. Archippos, no. 18; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 258 and W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 373 s. v. Archip- (121/120 BC).
Type
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Archias

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 115/114 BC: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 633, 635, 637-639 / issue 50 (p. 555); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (115/114 BC); Prosopographia Attica 2450; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 70 s. v. Archias, no. 20; W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 371 s. v. Archias.
Type
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Arches…

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 134/133 BC [issue 31]. Maybe the same person as Arche..., one of the third magistrates of issue 29: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 364, 371-372, 375 / issue 31, commentary on p. 555; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (134/133 BC); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 371 s. v. Arches-.
Type
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Arche…

Definition
Third magistrate attested in Athens in 136/135 BC [issue 29]. Maybe the same person as Arches..., one of the third magistrates of issue 31: See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 333, 336, 344 / issue 29, commentary on p. 555; C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, p. 5 (136/135); W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 370 s. v. Arche-.
Type
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Ariarathes

Definition
Second magistrate attested in Athens in 121/120 BC. Probably from Sypalettos (the name is only attested here). No Cappadocian king, but Athenian citizen. Dedicated a statue of the philosopher Karneades on the Athenan agora (IG II 2. ed. 3781): See M. Thompson, The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens (1961) nos. 503, 508-523, 506 (drachm), 507 (hemidrachm) / issue 43 (pp. 552 f.); C. Habicht, Zu den Münzmagistraten der Silberprägung des Neuen Stils, Chiron 21, 1991, pp. 5 and 8 (122/121 BC); Prosopographia Attica 1608; P. M. Fraser – E. Matthews, A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names II Attica (1994) p. 50 s. v. Ariarathes, no. 3; H. B. Mattingly, NC 157, 1997, p. 258 and W. Leschhorn, Lexikon der Aufschriften auf griechischen Münzen II (2009) p. 350 s. v. Ariarathes (121/120 BC).
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