Rome Enters the Greek East: From Anarchy to Hierarchy in the Hellenistic Mediterranean, 230-170 BC

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Abernethy, D. B. (modern scholar), 56
Abydus (Greek city), 201, 206, 276, 277–8, 293 n. 84, 308
Acarnanian League (western Greece), allegedly asks Rome to mediate war with Aetolian League, 240s BC, 31; and breakup of Epirus, 34; alliance with Ardiaei (s.v.), 35; alliance with Macedon, 98, 104, 206; tries to stop Spartan alliance with Rome, 109–10; and Peace of Phoenice (s.v.), 113; execution of Acarnanians at Athens, 200 BC, 206–7; goes over to Antiochus III, 326
Achaean League (southern Greece), allied with Aetolian League against Ardiaei, 35, 37, 39; and Roman envoys, 229 and 228 BC, 41, 74; ally of Macedon, 61, 65, 88, 95; raided by Scerdilaidas and Demetrius of Pharos, 62, 65; victory over Sparta, 207 BC, 103 and n. 100; and Peace of Phoenice, 113; expansionism of, 136 n. 62, 284 n. 37, 288–9, 324, 348, 367; seeks to mediate war between Macedon and Rhodes, 200 BC, 201; treaty of alliance with Rome, 191 BC, 98–9, 287 n. 56, 332–3, 348; goes over to Rome 198 BC, 281, 285, 367; promised Corinth, 284 n. 37, 288–9, 292; war with Nabis of Sparta, 195 BC, 286; rescues Roman captives, 296; war with Nabis of Sparta, 192 BC, 323–4; ally in coalition against Antiochus III, 326, 329, 332; conquest of Sparta, 324, 348; conquest of Elis and Messene, 332–3, 348, 367; power increased, 333, 356, 362, 368; suppresses revolt of Messene, 348, 350, 351, 352, 380 n. 145; oppresses Sparta, 351, 378; Roman assertion of hierarchy over, 351–2, 360, cf. 380; Romans seek to moderate policies of, 348 and n. 23, 351–2, 360, 368, 380 n. 145; and Q. Marcius Philippus, 351,

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