Rome and the Western Greeks, 350 BC-AD 200: Conquest and Acculturation in Southern Italy

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Appendix: Italiote Greeks in the East

Name

Date BC

Provenance

Reference

Cumae

Abris Kaikou

c. 80

Oropos

IG 7.417

Attinos Herakleidou

c. 80

Oropos

IG 7.417

Minatos Minatou

180

Delphi

BCH 1880

Zoilos Zoilou

C4

Athens

IG 2/3. 9 116

Hedeia

Early C3

Athens

IG 2/3.9117

Naples

Megakles Sosipatrou

275/4

Delphi

Flacelière 1937, 23a

Kyros

C3(?)

Thebaid

Launey 1950, 2014

Agathokles Theodosiou

c. 80

Oropos

IG 7.416

Dionysios Diphilou

101/0

Athens

Apollonios Dioscoridou

110/9

Delos

BCH 34, 15

Apollonios Dioscoridou

96/5

Delos

BCH 34, 15

Apollonias

96/5

Delos

BCH 34, 15

Artemo

96/5

Delos

BCH 34, 15

Artemidoros Sarapionos

c. 94

Delos

BCH 34, 17

Chaireas Philostratou

c. 100

Delos

BCH 34, 26

Philostratos Philostratou

c. 100

Delos

BCH 34, 67

Theophilos Philostratou

c. 100

Delos

BCH 34, 84

Sarapion Alexandrou

c. 100

Delos

BCH 34, 73

Sarapion Sarapionos

Late C2

Delos

BCH 34, 76

Sosigenes Theodorou

c. 97/6

Delos

BCH 34, 79

[…]les

Mid. C2

Delos

BCH 34, 98

[…]ou

Delos

BCH 34, 100

[…]ou

c. 94

Delos

BCH 34, 100

[…]iaou

C2

Tanagra

IG 7.516

Pelops Dexiai

222-205

Tanagra

IG 7.505

Pelops Dexiai

Oropos

IG 7.342

Isidores Isidorou

Late C2

Athens

IG 2.470

Gaios Gaiou

Late C2

Delos

IDel 1.2601

Turillas

276/5

Delphi

FD 3.4.414

Velia

Charopinas Antallou

188/7

Delphi

SGDI 2.2581

-191-

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