3 edition of A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names : Volume V.B : Coastal Asia Minor found in the catalog.
Source title: A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names: Volume V.B: Coastal Asia Minor: Caria to Cilicia
|Statement||Oxford University Press|
|Publishers||Oxford University Press|
|LC Classifications||Jun 20, 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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It was probably part of the territory of Perge at an earlier date, being closer to Perge than Attaleia and having the Via Sebaste linking Perge to Pisidia pass through it.
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Adiego Lajara, The Carian language, Leiden, 2007, pp. He is one of the editors of Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum and on the editorial board of several academic journals including Tyche and Gephyra.
LGPN VA has been edited under the direction of Thomas Corsten, assisted by Richard W.
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Three small cities, Thebes, Lyrnessos, and Tenedos, which lay on the narrow coastal strip between Olbia and Attaleia, have recently been proposed, on the basis of the place-names themselves, to have been Aeolic foundations. Everywhere, some names could be given to both girls and boys — Hilary, Evelyn, Lesley, Happy, Providence — and the practice of using surnames as forenames was well established.
Cilicia Tracheia, on the other hand, was for much of the third century under Ptolemaic control. A new repertory of conjectures on Aeschylus, fasc 7. But since saints and martyrs often had heathen theophoric names — St Hermes, St Denys, St Hyacinthus, St Isidore, St Apollinaris, St Lucifer — this served only to preserve and to institutionalise the names of pagan divinities.
Geburtstages von Christoph Ulf, Innsbruck, 26.
Crowther in The Greek Theatre and Festivals, ed.
Tim Howe offered helpful advice to improve the manuscript of this first volume in the new AHB Supplement Series.
These are a characteristic of all the regions treated in this volume, reflecting their shared pre-Greek Anatolian onomastic background, derived from the Hittite—Luwian language family.