Axon
3 | 1 | 2019

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Axon | 3 | 1 | 2019

L'arbitrato tra Samo e Priene per il possesso della Batinetide
Lettera di Lisimaco ai Sami

Irene Nicolino
Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna, Italia
irene.nicolino@gmail.com

DOI 10.30687/Axon/2532-6848/2019/01/010

Submitted 01 Feb 2019
Accepted 14 Mar 2019

Abstract

The stele, found in Samos in 1750, bears the official letter with which Lysimachus I communicated to Samos the verdict of his arbitration to settle the conflict arisen between this city and Priene for the control over the Batinetis. The inscription, dating back to 283-282 BC, illustrates one stage of the territorial disputes between the rival cities that continued until the Roman age, and fits in the rich epigraphic context gathered on the temple walls of Athena Polias in Priene. The reasons that led the king to award the Batinetis to Samos date back to the distant past of the poleis of Asia, up to the Meliac war, when a coalition of twelve Ionic cities destroyed Melie and split up its territory.

Keywords
Arbitrato. Lisimaco. Priene. Samo. Batinetide. Epistola ufficiale. Guerra meliaca.

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Nicolino Irene

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L'arbitrato tra Samo e Priene per il possesso della Batinetide

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Journal Article

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it

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http://doi.org/10.14277/Axon/2532-6848/2019/01/010

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The stele, found in Samos in 1750, bears the official letter with which Lysimachus I communicated to Samos the verdict of his arbitration to settle the conflict arisen between this city and Priene for the control over the Batinetis. The inscription, dating back to 283-282 BC, illustrates one stage of the territorial disputes between the rival cities that continued until the Roman age, and fits in the rich epigraphic context gathered on the temple walls of Athena Polias in Priene. The reasons that led the king to award the Batinetis to Samos date back to the distant past of the poleis of Asia, up to the Meliac war, when a coalition of twelve Ionic cities destroyed Melie and split up its territory.

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Axon

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Vol. 3 | Num. 1 | Giugno 2019

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2019-06-28

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2019-02-01

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2019-03-14

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2532-6848

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Arbitrato

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Lisimaco

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Priene

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Samo

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Batinetide

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Epistola ufficiale

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Guerra meliaca

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