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Courts and Elites in the Hellenistic EmpiresThe Near East After the Achaemenids, c. 330 to 30 BCE$

Rolf Strootman

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780748691265

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2015

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748691265.001.0001

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(p.315) Index

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Courts and Elites in the Hellenistic Empires
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Achaios, 72, 148, 221
Adonis festival, 188
Agathokles (Antigonos courtier), 114
Agathokles (Ptolemaic courtier), 178, 183, 211–12, 224
Aï Khanoum, 55, 73–4
Aigai (Vergina), 63–5, 69, 201, 213–14, 247, 249
Akitu Festival, 227, 263, 273
Alexander the Great, 17, 40–1, 59, 66, 75, 97, 99, 112–18, 123, 127, 130–4, 141, 161, 169–71, 176, 191–4, 204, 217, 220, 226, 229, 234–5, 237–8, 250, 259
Alexandros I Balas, 101, 157
Andreas (physician), 170
Andreas (Ptolemaic courtier), 178
Antigoneia on the Orontes, 69–70
Antigonos I Monophthalmos, 69, 105, 126, 127–8, 130–1, 133, 138, 151, 216, 227–30, 241
Antigonos II Gonatas, 142, 176, 212
Antigonos III Doson, 105, 179, 182
Antioch, 69–71
Antiochos I of Kommagene, 24, 215
Antiochos I Soter, 67, 73, 98, 105, 239
Antiochos III the Great, 3–4, 17, 32, 65, 69, 72–3, 98, 102, 109n, 111, 128, 135, 143, 154, 159, 174, 190, 198–9
Antiochos IV Epiphanes, 4, 9, 36–7, 47, 70, 71, 150, 189–90, 209, 238, 239, 251, 253
Antiochos VII Sidetes, 4
Antiochos VIII Grypos, 142
Antiochos IX Kyzenikos, 200
Antiochos XIII Asiatikos, 222
Antipatros (regent), 117
Antipatros (Seleukid courtier), 143–4
Antony, 214, 230–2, 243–6
Apama, 134
Apameia, 72, 153
Apelles (Antigonid courtier), 178–9, 182
Aphrodite, 79, 243–4
Apis Bull, 82–3, 226
Apollo, 68n, 70–1, 247–8, 251
Apollonios (Ptolemaic courtier), 153, 159
Archelaos, Judean king, 213
Archelaos (Macedonian king), 60, 160
Ariarathes V of Kappadokia, 225
Ariobarzanes I of Kappadokia, 212n
Aristaios (Ptolemaic courtier), 178
Aristarchos (astronomer), 142, 161
Aristodemos of Miletos, 229–30
Aristonikos (Ptolemaic courtier), 174, 182
Aristotle, 118, 141–2, 149
Arsinoë II Philadelphos, 249
Artaxerxes II, 116
Artemis, 244, 248
Artemis of Ephesos, 242n
Aspasianos the Mede, 128
Athena, 85, 242
Nikephoros, 87
Polias, 89, 243n
Athenaios, 38, 78, 114, 255
Athens, 137, 142, 201, 235, 241–2
Attalos I Soter, 83, 87, 235–6
Attalos II Philadelphos, 85
Attalos III Philometor, 85, 176, 237
audiences and receptions, 210–32
Augustus see Octavian
aulē, 38, 55, 61, 119, 211
aulikoi, 38–9
Baal (Ba'al), 89
(p.316) Babylon (city) 12, 22–3, 46, 55, 66, 98, 227, 235, 239
Babylonia (region) 8–9, 67, 98–9, 105
basileia (monarchy), 11–12, 93, 96, 105, 123, 210, 221, 228, 273
basileia/basileion (palace), 15, 39, 48, 56
basileia of Alexandria, 76–82
basileia of Pergamon, 83–8
basilikoi paides, 136–44
basilissa, 94, 107–9, 217, 270
Bevan, Edwyn, 20–1
Borsippa Cylinder, 22–3, 98
Boutros Ghali, Boutros, 196n burial, 210–14
Chaos, 86, 200, 258, 262, 273
Chariton of Aphrodisias, 237
Companions see hetairoi
Corinth, 212–13, 289
coronation ritual, 227, 230
crown prince, 103–5, 108, 269
Curtius, 136, 139
Daphne (sanctuary), 70–1
festival, 47, 138, 189–90, 249, 251–3
Demeter, 242
Demetrias, 65–6
Demetrios I Poliorketes, 42, 48, 53, 57, 59, 61, 90, 107, 194–6, 212, 227–30, 237, 241–3
Demetrios of Phaleron, 123, 178
Demetrios of Skepsis, 190
diadem, 211–22
Didyma, 251
Diodotus (Argead courtier), 174
Dion (of Syracuse), 235
Dionysos, 5, 20, 61, 79, 218, 230, 233, 243–6, 251, 257–9, 262
doctor see physicians
Donations of Alexandria, 107, 230–2
doriktētos chōra, 98, 215–16
Douris of Samos, 192
Duindam, Jeroen, 34, 122, 158–9, 177
Durkheim, Émile, 43–5
Ekbatana, 55, 66, 72–3
Eleusis (day of), 196–7
Elias, Norbert, 13–14, 33–4, 50–1, 150, 157–8, 177, 187, 266–7, 271
Erasistratos, 161, 170
Erastosthenes, 249
Esagila, 227, 239–40
Eumenes of Kardia, 117, 133, 138, 156–7
Eumenes II Philadelphos, 85, 87
eunuchs, 182
Euphraios, 114
Ezida, 227
foster-father see tropheus
Geertz, Clifford, 43, 45–6
giants, 86–7
Gourob Papyrus, 236–7
Grand Procession of Ptolemy Philadelphos, 234–61
Great King, 4, 9, 13, 94, 97, 108, 133, 174, 193, 198, 222, 228, 232, 277
Halikarnassos, 58–9
Hamadan see Ekbatana
Helios see sun
Hephaistion, 143
Herakleides (Antigonid courtier), 181
Herakles, 5, 86–7, 99, 217
Hermeias (Seleukid courtier), 159
Hermes, 257
Herod the Great, 213–14
Herodion, 213
Herodotos, 108
heroon, 59, 66, 214
Herophilos (physician), 161, 170
heros ktistēs, 59, 75, 87
hetairoi, 41, 112–13, 126, 137, 173, 192–3
Hieronymos of Kardia, 151
Homer, 146n
hunting, 143, 199–202
Iaddous (Yaddai), 234–5
Iliad, 149
inauguration, 210–14, 227, 230
intermarriage, dynastic, 23, 40, 134, 167
Ishtar, 227
Isis, 232, 244
Isokrates, 173
Jerusalem, 237–9
Jonathan (Yannai), 157
Josephus, 197, 224
Kallimachos, 18, 137, 142, 214
Hymn to Zeus, 89, 162
(p.317) Kallisthenes, 141
Kallixeinos of Rhodes, 254
Kassandros, 176
King of Asia, 97, 174
King of Kings, 97, 230–1
King of the Macedonias, 12, 97, 181
Kleitos, 117, 173
Kleomenes (Spartan king), 147, 187–8
Kleopatra VII Philopator, 107–8, 214, 230–1, 243–6
Kore, 242
Krataios (physician), 170
Krateros, 207
Krateros (Seleukid courtier), 140
Kruedener, Jürgen von, 33, 34–8, 47, 266
Laodike, wife of Antiochos III, 96, 109
Laodikeia on the Sea (Latakia), 71
Leonidas (Spartan king), 146
Letter of Aristeas, 197–8
Liverani, Mario, 11
Louis XIV
maîtresse en titre, 183
petit lever, 167
Lysimachos, king of Thrace and Macedonia, 158
Lysippos (sculptor), 161
Maccabees, 10, 157
Macurdy, Grace Harriet, 107
Marcus Antonius see Antony
Marduk, 227, 239–40
marriage see wedding
Mausolos, 58–9
Mauss, Marcel, 154
Memphis, 74–5, 81–3, 225–6, 240
Miëza, 59
Mithradates VI Eupator, 158, 187
Mobutu, 196n
Moon, 239, 253
mouseion, 79
Ptolemaic Museum, 160, 162
Nabû, 248
Nektanebo, 132
Nikanor, 171
Nike, 52, 85, 236
Nikephoria Festival (Pergamon), 87
Octavian, 79n
oikos, 36, 38, 40, 63, 102, 120
oikoumenē, 36, 258
Olympias, 102–3, 106
Onesikritos of Astypaleia (philosopher), 209
Orxines, 107
Osiris, 244, 247
palace, 32, 39, 48, 54–90, 106, 189, 211, 268–9
paradeisos, 62
Parmenion, 114–16
parrhēsia, 173
Pella, 60–3, 120, 200
Perdikkas III (Macedonian king), 114
Pergamon, 56, 83–90, 237
Persephone see Kore
Persepolis, 192
Perseus (Macedonian king), 43, 225
Petosarapis, 130, 182
Peukestas, 115–16
pharaoh, 9, 81, 225–6, 240
Philip II, 40, 97, 113, 116, 123, 139, 140, 175, 206, 248
Philip III Arrhidaios, 169
Philip V, 39, 121, 154, 172–3, 178, 189, 196, 236, 239
Philippos (Courtier of Antiochos IV), 209
philoi, 13, 18, 36, 39, 41, 43–4, 62, 93–4, 111, 118–21, 124–44, 146–9, 152–9, 160
tou basileōs, 95, 111, 118, 160
Philostratos, Flavius, 127
philoxenia see xenia
Phylarchos, 191–3
physicians, 170
Pliny, 76
Plutarch, 47, 126, 156, 173, 187, 191, 194, 207, 231
Polybios, 27, 38, 119, 143, 167, 174, 194, 197, 221, 251
pompē, 85, 245, 249, 255–7
Pompey, 5
Popilius Laenas, 196–7
proskynēsis, 193
Ptolemaia Festival (Alexandria), 255–6, 260–1
Ptolemaïs (Palestine), 153n
Ptolemy I Soter, 75, 99, 100, 132, 183, 238
Ptolemy II Philadelphos, 133, 152, 178, 197, 249, 254–61
(p.318) Ptolemy III Euergetes, 236
Ptolemy IV Philopator, 78, 119, 158, 211–12, 214, 224, 226
Ptolemy V Epiphanes, 159, 211–12, 221–4
Ptolemy VI Philometor, 129, 182
Ptolemy VIII Euergetes (Physkon), 74, 183n, 226
Ptolemy X Alexandros, 190n
Ptolemy XV Caesar, 230–1
Ptolemy Keraunos, 174
purple, 156–60
Pydna, battle of, 143
Pyrrhos, king of Epeiros, 170, 242
queen see basilissa
ring see signet ring
Saint-Simon, 33
Salamis on Cyprus, Battle of, 228–9
Sarapis, 245–6, 247
Sardis, 72
satyrs, 257, 258
sceptre, 214–15
Seleukeia in Pieria, 67, 68, 69, 236
Seleukeia on the Tigris, 12, 67
Seleukos I Nikator, 67–9, 99, 105, 126, 134, 193
Seleukos II Kallinikos, 70
signet ring, 214
Sikyon, 57
sōmatophulakes, 115–17, 140, 192
Sosibios (Ptolemaic courtier), 178, 211, 222
Sostratos (Antigonid courtier), 181n
spear-won land see doriktētos chōra
Strabo, 71, 76, 79
Strato of Lampsakos, 153
Stratonike (wife of Antigonos Monophthalmos), 151
Stratonike (daughter of Demetrios Poliorketes), 105
Stratonike (wife of Mithradates Eupator), 156
sunedrion, 120, 160, 165, 167, 172–95
sungeneis, 112, 116–17, 133, 149, 168
suntrophoi, 17, 140, 143, 168
Susa, 73, 166
Tarn, W. W., 20–1
Tarsos, 232
Thebes (Egypt), 74
Theokritos, 18, 152, 162
Idyll XV, 188
Idyll XVI, 160
Idyll XVII, 152, 162–3
Theopompos, 113
therapeia, 39, 119, 188
Theseus, 200
Thessalonike (city), 59
throne, 151–2, 193
Tilly, Charles, 50–2, 266, 274
Tlepolemos (Ptolemaic courtier), 178
tropheus, 140–1, 168
tryphē, 152, 255, 262, 274
universalism, 3, 5–6, 11, 163, 228–9, 213, 243, 247–8, 253, 274
Vergina see Aigai
Weber, Max, 49
xenia, 36, 118, 145–60, 268
Yaddai see Iaddous
Yahweh, 237, 238
Yannai see Jonathan
Zeno, 142
Zenon Papyri, 153, 159
Zeus, 86–7, 99, 198n, 206, 239, 256
Ammon, 99
Oromasdes, 24
Soter, 85
Zeuxis (Seleukid governor), 72, 143 (p.319) (p.320) (p.321) (p.322) (p.323) (p.324)