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American Philosophical Society
Kos Between Hellenism and Rome: Studies on the Political, Institutional and Social History of Kos from ca. the Middle 2nd Century B.C. until Late Antiquity: Transactions, APS (vol. 90, part 4)
Contents: The Historical Interpretation of Segre, I. Cos, ED 229 & the Perils of Koan Security & Free Status from the 2nd Cretan War (ca. 155-153 B.C.) to the Aftermath of the First Mithridatic War (89-55 B.C.); The Evidence of the “Lex Fonteia” (Crawford, RS, 36) & the Period of M. Antonius: Nikias’ Coins, Inscriptions, Personality & “Tyranny”; Notes on C. Stertinius Xenophon’s Roman Career, Family, Titulature & Official Integration into Koan Civic Life & Society; M. Aelius Sabinianus: Titulature & Public Position on Kos, Profession, Date & Connections: M’. Spedius Rufinus Phaedrus & the Koan Spedii; Fluctuations of Favour: Towards a Recon’n. of the Course of Koan Relations with Rome & the Status of the Island from Mithridates to Late Antiquity. Biblio.
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