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Disputed territories : interstate arbitrations in the northeast Peloponnese, ca. 250-150 B.C.

著者: Michael D Dixon
出版商: [Columbus] : Ohio State University, 2000.
论文: Ph. D. Ohio State University 2000.
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Abstract: This dissertation examines the phenomenon of interstate arbitration in the northeast Peloponnese between the years 250-150 B. C. Following 250 B.C. a number of Peloponnesian city-states joined the recently reformed Achaian League, changing its composition dramatically since none of these new members were ethnically Achaians.
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Dixon, Michael D., 1969-
Disputed territories
(OCoLC)870311678
材料类型: 硕士论文/博士论文, 手稿
文件类型: 书, 档案资料
所有的著者/提供者: Michael D Dixon
OCLC号码: 45703753
描述: xxii, 306 leaves. : illustrations, maps.
责任: by Michael D. Dixon.

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Abstract: This dissertation examines the phenomenon of interstate arbitration in the northeast Peloponnese between the years 250-150 B. C. Following 250 B.C. a number of Peloponnesian city-states joined the recently reformed Achaian League, changing its composition dramatically since none of these new members were ethnically Achaians.

Of these new Achaian League members Corinth, Epidauros, Hermion, and Troizen were all at some time involved in territorial disputes with their neighbors. On two separate occasions Epidauros and Troizen each became involved in a dispute with the Ptolemaic colony of Arsinoë; (Methana).

Our sources for these territorial disputes is almost exclusively epigraphic and it is with the inscriptional evidence that this study begins. The majority of the inscriptions studied here were set up originally in the Asklepieion of Epidauros (IG IV².1.70+59, 71, 72, 74, 75+, and 76+77) while one was found in Hermion (SEG XI 377) and another in Troizen (IG IV 752).

Presented first in each chapter is a new edition of each inscription followed by a detailed epigraphical commentary on each stone. After this a commentary on the date and historical circumstances of each dispute is presented. Finally each chapter concludes with a topographical commentary on the disputed territory with conclusions suggested as to what the land was used for and why the land was contested.

This examination of interstate arbitration also allows us to make some conclusions concerning the relationships between Achaian League members as well as the relations between the League and the Ptolemies. The argument is made here that Achaian members submitted their disputes for arbitration with the hope of territorial aggrandizement, as well as for the control of land that was more productive than previous scholars have believed. Ptolemaic Arsinoë, on the other hand, enjoyed cordial relations with its Achaian neighbors while the League and the Ptolemies were allied and it was during these times that outstanding disputes were settled by arbitration.

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