Bibliographische Nachträge zu den Fasten der Provinz Galatien in augusteischer und tiberischer Zeit

Altay Coşkun

Abstract


After briefly introducing into the revised fasti of the early governors of the province Galatia, a survey of the most recent publications in the field is given. Most importantly, the new chronology of the legati Augusti pro praetore as deployed in Gephyra 6 (2009) has been accepted in the recent corpus of inscriptions of Roman Ancyra (edd. Mitchell – French 2012), even though it has been argued convincingly there that the main source, the priest list on the left anta of the Sebasteion (I.Ankara I 2), started in 5 (and not 4) BC. Moreover, the discussion of three inscriptions relating to the repair of a road connecting Attaleia and Perge further corroborates a late Augustan and early Tiberian date for the governor T. Helvius Bassus.

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