Rome and the Black Sea Region: Domination, Romanisation, Resistance

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Index of Persons
Abusch, R. 150 n. 27
Achaicus, P. Ta[-] 89
Aelius Gallus 59 n. 3
Aemilius, P. 55
Aemilius Paullus, L. 55
Agricola, Gn. Julius 82 n. 30, 105, 146
Agrippa, C. Cassius 75
Agrippa, M. Julius 140
Akurgal, E. 127
Alcock, S. 12, 29 n. 16
Alexander the Great 46, 50–52, 60 n. 30, 70, 73
Alexander Severus 71
Alexandros 149 n. 9
Amandry, A. 30 n. 31
Ameling, W. 83 n. 46
Amphiteos 60 n. 18
Anderson, G. 59 n. 2
Anderson, J.G.C. 29 n. 25, 30 nn. 30; 36
Anteros, P. 89, 91 n. 13
Anthousa 89
Antiochos 21
Antiochos III 50, 52, 54, 88
Antiochos IV 137
Antipatris 87, 89
Antonine dynasty 25, 30 n. 32, 64
Antoninus Pius 30 n. 36, 37, 64, 70, 73, 75–76, 142
Antonius, Marcus 15, 60 n. 29, 136
Apollo 145
Apollonios 13, 69
Appian 29 n. 8
Appius Claudius, see Claudius
Apuleius 94–95
Aquillius, M’. 55
Arabianus, Marcus Ulpius 75–76
Arabianus, Marcus Ulpius Domitius Aristaeus 75
Archelais, Tiberia Claudia Aureliana 77
Archelas 89
Archidamos 49, 136
Archippos, Flavius 101
Aricescu, A. 41 n. 3
Aristeides, Ailios 72–74, 82 n. 32, 116 n. 5
Aristobulos 53
Aristodemos 136
Aristos 52–53
Armayor, O.K. 106 n. 2
Arminius 136
Arrian 9, 44, 52–53, 70, 72–73, 75–76, 81, 82 nn. 19–20, 83 n. 40, 93, 100, 102, 105
Artaxerxes 49
Artemis 113
Artemisia the Elder 123
Artemonis, Flavia Domitia 78
Artemonis, Ulpia Titia Fadilliane 78
Asklepiades 52–53
Astilla, Annia 89
Athenaios 60 n. 33
Athenodoros of Tarsos 59 n. 3
Atticus, Cn. Catilius 74,
Atticus, T. Pomponius 107 n. 29
Augustus 22, 51, 59 n. 3, 60 n. 29, 63, 68, 70, 88, 137–138, 141, 145
Aurelian 144
Aurelius, Marcus 32, 35, 37, 64, 73, 75, 82 n. 8
Aurelius Victor 29 n. 26
Babelon, E. 29 n. 23
Badian, E. 92 nn. 25; 27
Bahn, P. 119, 130 n. 3
Bal 143–144
Balbi 135
Barba 55

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