Palladas, Constantinople, and the Power of Money (ap 16.282)

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1

Ed. Paton 1918, 328. However, the reading φιλοχρήστῳ has been restored to read φιλοχρίστῳ after Irmscher 1961. Trans. Wilkinson 2010, 8.

2

Wilkinson 2009; Wilkinson 2010.

3

See e.g. Barnes 2011, 13-16; Bardill 2012, 252-253; Potter 2013, 267-268.

4

See e.g. Cameron 1964; Ando 2000, 296.

5

Wilkinson 2010, 8-10.

10

He is followed by Barnes 2011, 128; Bardill 2012, 252.

12

Stephenson 2009, 192-194; Barnes 2011, 111-113.

15

In general, see Janes 1998, esp. 18-20. Perhaps the most famous statue of Victory in the Roman world, that which Augustus set in the senate house at Rome in 29 bc, was golden, that is, of gilded bronze. See Pohlsander 1969.

20

On Sopater, see Woods 2006.

21

Skinner 2008.

23

Henck 2001, 284-293.

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