Ancient Beroea. Prosopography and Society (Μελετήματα 8) by Argyro Tataki (Τατάκη, Αργυρώ)

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Petsas, Deltion 20 (1965) Chronika 435; 21 (1966) Chronika 354; 22 (1967) Chronika 413. 147. M. Karamanoli-Siganidou, Deltion 18 (1963) Chronika 232-33. 148. A. Andreiomenou, Deltion 21 (1966) Chronika 355; 23 (1968) Chronika 346; 24 (1969) Chronika 327. 149. Aik. Rhomiopoulou, Deltion 25 (1970) Chronika 386, 388; 27 (1972) Chronika 513, 515; 28 (1973) Chronika 438-39. 150. I. Touratsoglou, Deltion 24 (1969) Chronika 325-26; 26 (1971) I 128-32, pis 2829; 29 (1973/74) Chronika 718-19, 723-24; 30 (1975) Chronika 261; AAA 4 (1971) 207210.

524; c) the unpublished funerary monuments MB 211 and 249. 60. a) PB no. 741; b) the bust of Olganos: Ch. Makaronas, Makedonika 2 (1941-52) 633; V. Kallipolitis, MonPiot 46 (1952) 85-91; cf. BullEpigr 1949, 90. 61. a) PB no. 146; b) PB no. 171; c) PB no. 717; d) PB no. 999; e) PB no. 1096; 0 Ph. Petsas, Praktika 1966, 35 no. 25 = SEG 24 (1969) 525; g) Ph. Petsas, Praktika 1966, 34 no. 16 = SEG 24 (1969) 527. 62. a) PB no. 300; b) milestone: I. Touratsoglou, Makedonika 9 (1969) 318-19 no. 2 = Sasel Kos no.

Hammond, 12 each of whom, from their own particular perspective, has shed light on the geographical history of the region. The results emerging from their work, combined with the epigraphical material from Leukopetra recently presented by Ph. Petsas,13 leads to certain conclusions concerning the boundaries of the territory of Beroea and her neighbours. A recent contribution to this subject was made by the study of M. 14 Geophysical factors are, of course, of paramount importance in determining the direction in which the territory of a city extends, just as they are in dictating the original choice of a suitable site for a settlement.

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