Journal | Axon
Journal issue | 1 | 1 | 2017
Research Article | Votive Dedication by the Etholic koinon for the Ptolemies

Votive Dedication by the Etholic koinon for the Ptolemies

Abstract

Inside the federal sanctuary of Apollo in Thermos (Aetolia), there are still the remnants of the foundations of a Hellenistic base. The inscriptions refer to the bronze statues (now lost) that stood up upon the base and represented Ptolemy III Euergetes and his wife Berenice, together with their children Ptolemy (the Ptolemy IV Philopator-to-be), Arsinoë (the Arsinoë III-to-be), [Lysimachus?], Alexander, Berenice and Magas.


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Submitted: Aug. 27, 2016 | Accepted: Nov. 9, 2016 | Published June 30, 2017 | Language: it

Keywords Koinon etolicoMagaBerenice IIBereniceAlessandroLisimacoTermoApolloBaseTolemeo IV FilopatoreEtoliaArsinoe IIITolemeo III Evergete


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