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The Eion Epigram

  • A. W. Gomme (a1)


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page 5 note 1 Such literary amplification of epigrams inscribed on stone can be paralleled, e.g. by the epitaph on the Corinthians who fell at Salamis (see Tod, Gk. Hist. Inscr., no. 16).

page 5 note 2 The order of the words in Ἀθπ. makes it clear that Ἀλκμεωνιδ⋯ν is genitive after πρότερον (as Hude and Kenyon), not a partitive with Kedon (as Mathieu—Haussouiller).

page 6 note 1 Note particularly Od. iii. 84–5.

page 7 note 1 See Raubitschek, , Hesp. x, 1941, 284295, for the latest text and discussion. His conclusions about the number of names recorded, especially his suggestion that 40 of the 100 were metics, are not convincing.

The Eion Epigram

  • A. W. Gomme (a1)


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