Ancient Beroea. Prosopography and Society (Μελετήματα 8) by Argyro Tataki (Τατάκη, Αργυρώ)

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L. F. Tafel, on the basis of references to the two cities in Plutarch's lives of Pyrrhos and Demetrios. 20 The theory that the two cities were to be identified was also rejected by F. 21 The occurrence of the name of this city in an inscription from Leukopetra 22 does not necessarily constitute proof that it retained its autonomy; according to M. 23 The nearest city to the north of Beroea was Mieza, from which it was not separated by any significant natural barrier. The exact site of the city has not yet been located with any certainty.

See M. Paraskevaidis, BSt 3 (1962) 443-44. 121. K. Orlandos, Deltion 2 (1916) 144. 122. K. Orlandos, Deltion 2 (1916) 161-63 nos 28-32; cf. Feissel, Recueil 10 η. 35. 123. , the altar from Nea Nikomedeia, PB no. 729a. 124. An example of the first case is PB no. 1085; of the second, PB no. 1243. 125. A. Plassart, BCH 47 (1923) 183-85. For the inscription presented most often as being published for the first time see PB no. 88. 126 The development of Beroea and the surrounding area by the opening of new roads, which began before the war, the intensive building activity in the city somewhat later, and the presence of the Archaeological Service that accompanied it were all factors contributing to the appearance of new epigraphic material, which will be briefly discussed here.

AAA 4 (1971) 207-210. — 'Νέος κατάλογος έφηβων έκ Βεροίας', Deltion 26 (1971) Ι 128-32. — 'Προσθήκαι και διορθώσεις είς έκδεδομένας έπιγραφάς έκ Βε­ ροίας', Makedonika 12 (1972) 66-70. 34 ANCIENT BEROEA: PROSOPOGRAPHY AND SOCIETY — 'Πατερΐνος 'Αντιγόνου, ήρως. 'Υστεροελληνιστική στήλη άπο τήν Βέροια', Κέρνος: Τιμητική προσφορά στον καθηγητή Γεώργιο Μπακαλάκη (Thessalonike 1972) 153-59. —"Από τήν πολιτεία και τήν κοινωνία της αρχαίας Βέροιας: 'Επι­ γραφικές σημειώσεις', Ancient Macedonia II (Thessalonike 1977) 481-93.

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