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Changing NamesTradition and Innovation in Ancient Greek Onomastics$

Robert Parker

Print publication date: 2019

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(p.xii) List of Abbreviations

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Changing Names
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Robert Parker
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Abbreviations of journals and standard reference works are those used in the American Journal of Archaeology, available at http://www.ajaonline.org/submissions/abbreviations, supplemented where necessary with those in S. Hornblower and A. Spawforth (ed.), The Oxford Classical Dictionary4 (2012); of ancient texts those in The Oxford Classical Dictionary, supplemented where necessary from H. G. Liddell, R. Scott and H. S. Jones, A Greek–English Lexicon, 9th edn with a revised supplement (Oxford, 1996); of epigraphical publications those in the consolidated index to Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum XXXVI–XLV (1986–1995), 677–88 and those in Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum LXII (2012), xx–xxxvii; of papyrological publications those in Liddell/ Scott/Jones, Lexicon. Some additions to these abbreviations, and other works cited in abbreviated form, appear below. Works cited in abbreviated form in a given chapter not appearing in this list have been cited more fully earlier in the same chapter.

  • Adams, Bilingualism: J. N. Adams, Bilingualism and the Latin Language (New York, 2003).

  • Adams, ‘Bilingualism at Delos’: J. N. Adams, ‘Bilingualism at Delos’, in Adams et al. (eds), Bilingualism in Ancient Society: Language Contact and the Written Text (Oxford, 2002), 103–27.

  • BA: Bulletin archéologique, in Revue des études grecques.

  • Baslez, ‘La première présence’: M. F. Baslez, ‘La première présence romaine à Délos’, in Roman Onomastics, 215–24.

  • Baslez, ‘Mobilité et ouverture’: M. F. Baslez, ‘Mobilité et ouverture de la communauté romaine de Délos: amitiés, mariages mixtes, adoptions’, in Les Italiens dans le monde grec, 55–65.

  • BE: Bulletin épigraphique, in Revue des études grecques.

  • Bechtel, HPN: F. Bechtel, Die historischen Personennamen des Griechischen bis zur Kaiserzeit (Halle, 1917).

  • Bouchon, ‘La famille des Cocceii’: R. Bouchon, ‘La famille des Cocceii de Larissa’, in Social Dynamics, 241–62.

  • Box, ‘Roman Citizenship’: H. Box, ‘Roman Citizenship in Laconia’, JRS 22 (1932), 165–83.

  • Bresson, ‘Italiens et Romains’: A. Bresson, ‘Italiens et Romains à Rhodes et à Caunos’, in Les Italiens dans le monde grec, 147–62.

  • Bresson, ‘L’onomastique romaine de Rhodes’: A. Bresson, ‘L’onomastique romaine de Rhodes’, in Roman Onomastics, 225–38.

  • Broux, ‘Explicit Name Change’: Y. Broux, ‘Explicit Name Change in Roman Egypt’, ChrÉg 88 (2013), 313–36.

  • Byrne, ‘Early Roman Athenians’: S. Byrne, ‘Early Roman Athenians’, in D. Jordan and J. Trail (eds), Lettered Attica (Athens, 2003), 1–20.

  • Byrne, Roman Citizens of Athens: S. G. Byrne, Roman Citizens of Athens (Leuven, 2003).

  • (p.xiii) CCET: Corpus Cultus Equitis Thracii, 5 vols (Leiden, 1979–1984).

  • Corsten, ‘Names in -ιανός‎’: T. Corsten, ‘Names in -ιανός‎ in Asia Minor. A Preliminary Study’, in Onomatologos, 456–63.

  • Dic. Mic: F. Aura Jorro, Diccionario Micénico (Madrid, 1985).

  • Docs2: M. Ventris and J. Chadwick, Documents in Mycenaean Greek, 2nd ed. (Cambridge, 1973).

  • Errington, ‘Roman Acculturation’: R. M. Errington, ‘Aspects of Roman Acculturation in the East under the Republic’, in P. Kneissl and V. Losemann (eds), Festschrift Karl Christ (Darmstadt, 1988), 140–57.

  • Étienne/Knoepfler, Hyettos de Béotie: R. Étienne and D. Knoepfler, Hyettos de Béotie et la chronologie des archontes fédéraux entre 250 et 171 avant J.-C. (Paris, 1976).

  • Ferrary, ‘L’onomastique’: J. L. Ferrary, ‘L’onomastique dans les provinces orientales de l’Empire à la lumière du dossier des mémoriaux de délégation de Claros’, Cahiers Glotz 19 (2008), 247–78.

  • Ferrary, Mémoriaux de délégations: J. L. Ferrary, Les Mémoriaux de délégations du sanctuaire oraculaire de Claros, d’après la documentation conservée dans le Fonds Louis Robert, 2 vols (Paris, 2014).

  • Fick-Bechtel, GPN2: A. Fick and F. Bechtel, Die griechischen Personennamen nach ihrer Bildung erklärt (2nd edn, Göttingen, 1894).

  • Fıratlı, Stèles funéraires de Byzance: N. Fıratlı Les stèles funéraires de Byzance grécoromaine (Paris, 1964).

  • Follet, ‘Les Italiens à Athènes’: S. Follet, ‘Les Italiens à Athènes (IIe siècle av. J.-C.-Ier siècle ap. J.-C.)’, in Les Italiens dans le monde grec, 79–88.

  • Greek Personal Names: S. Hornblower and E. Matthews (eds), Greek Personal Names. Their Value as Evidence (Oxford, 2000).

  • Habicht, Athens: C. Habicht, Athens from Alexander to Antony, tr. D. L. Schneider (Cambridge, MA, 1997).

  • Habicht, ‘Roman Citizens’: C. Habicht, ‘Roman Citizens in Athens (228–31 BC)’, in M. Hoff and S. Rotroff (eds), The Romanization of Athens (Oxford, 1997), 9–17.

  • Hatzfeld, Les trafiquants italiens: J. Hatzfeld, Les trafiquants italiens dans l’Orient hellénique (BEFAR 115, Paris, 1919).

  • IG: Inscriptiones Graecae (1873–). For full details see http://www.bbaw.de/bbaw/Forschung/Forschungsprojekte/ig/de/Publikationen.

  • Jeffery, LSAG2: L. H. Jeffery, The Local Scripts of Archaic Greece, revised edition with supplement by A. W. Johnston (Oxford, 1990).

  • Kajanto, ‘Late Single Name System’: I. Kajanto, ‘The Emergence of the Late Single Name System’, in Onomastique latine, 421–30.

  • Kajanto, Latin Cognomina: I. Kajanto, The Latin Cognomina (Helsinki, 1965).

  • Kapetanopoulos, The Early Expansion: E. Kapetanopoulos, The Early Expansion of the Roman Citizenship into Attica during the First Part of the Empire [200BC–AD 70] (PhD Yale, September 1963).

  • Laniado, ‘Polyonymie’: A. Laniado, ‘Parenté, relations et dévotion: le phénomène de polyonymie chez les dignitaires de l’Empire proto-byzantin (Ve–VIe siècles.)’, in C. Badel and C. Settipani, Les strategies familiales dans l’antiquité tardive (Paris, 2012), 37–56.

  • La suffixation: A. A. Déniz et al. (eds), La suffixation des anthroponymes grecs antiques (Geneva, 2017).

  • Les Italiens dans le monde grec: C. Hasenohr and C. Müller (eds), Les Italiens dans le monde grec du IIe s. av. J.-C. au IIe s. ap. J.-C. Circulation, activité, intégration (Paris, 2002; BCH Suppl. 42).

  • (p.xiv) LGPN: A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names, edited by P. M. Fraser and E. Matthews with the collaboration of many scholars: I The Aegean Islands, Cyprus, Cyrenaica (eds P. M. Fraser and E. Matthews, Oxford, 1987); II Attica (eds M. J. Osborne and S. G. Byrne, Oxford, 1994); III.A The Peloponnese, Western Greece, Sicily and Magna Graecia (eds P. M. Fraser and E. Matthews, Oxford, 1997); III.B Central Greece: From the Megarid to Thessaly (eds P. M. Fraser and E. Matthews, Oxford, 2000); IV Macedonia, Thrace, Northern Regions of the Black Sea (eds P. M. Fraser and E. Matthews, 2005); V.A Coastal Asia Minor: Pontos to Ionia (ed. T. Corsten, Oxford, 2010); V.B Coastal Asia Minor: Caria to Cilicia (eds J.-S. Balzat, R. W. V. Catling, E. Chiricat and F. Marchand, Oxford, 2013); V.C Inland Asia Minor (eds J.-S. Balzat, R. W. V. Catling, E. Chiricat and T. Corsten, Oxford, 2018).

  • LSJ: H. G. Liddell, R. Scott and H. S. Jones, A Greek–English Lexicon, 9th edn with a revised supplement (Oxford, 1996).

  • MAMA: Monumenta Asiae Minoris Antiqua.

  • Masson, OGS: O. Masson, Onomastica Graeca Selecta (eds C. Dobias and L. Dubois), I–II (Nanterre, 1990), III (Geneva and Paris, 2000).

  • Müller, ‘Nomina romana à Thespies’: C. Müller, ‘Les nomina romana à Thespies du IIe siècle à l’édit de Caracalla’, in Roman Onomastics, 157–66.

  • Noms de personnes dans l’Empire romain: M. Dondin-Payre (ed.), Les noms de personnes dans l’Empire romain. Transformations, adaptation, évolution (Bordeaux, 2011).

  • Noms, identités culturelles et romanisation: M. Dondin-Payre and M.-T. Rapsaet-Charlier (eds), Noms, identités culturelles et romanisation sous le Haut-Empire (Brussels, 2001).

  • Nouveau choix: Nouveau choix d’inscriptions grecques (Lyon, 1971, reprinted 2005).

  • Old and New Worlds: E. Matthews (ed.), Old and New Worlds in Greek Onomastics (Oxford, 2007).

  • Onomastique latine: N. Duval and H. G. Pflaum (eds), L’Onomastique latine (Paris, 1977).

  • OnomThrac: D. Dana, Onomasticon Thracicum. Répertoire des noms indigènes de Thrace, Macédoine Orientale, Mésies, Dacie et Bithynie (Meletemata 70, Athens, 2014).

  • Onomatologos: R. W. V. Catling and F. Marchand (eds), Onomatologos. Studies in Greek Personal Names presented to Elaine Matthews (Oxford, 2010).

  • Papazoglou, ‘Grecs et Romains’: F. Papazoglou, ‘Grecs et Romains à Stuberra. Problèmes de romanisation’, Ancient Macedonia 4 (1983), 431–6.

  • Papazoglou, ‘Les stèles éphébiques’: F. Papazoglou, ‘Les stèles éphébiques de Stuberra’, Chiron 18 (1988), 233–70.

  • Pape-Benseler, Wörterbuch: Dr. W. Pape’s Wörterbuch der griechischen Eigennamen, third revised edition by G. E. Benseler, 2 vols (Braunschweig, 1863–70).

  • PCBE: Prosopographie chrétienne du Bas-Empire.

  • Perrin-Saminadayar, Éducation: E. Perrin-Saminadayar, Éducation, culture et société à Athènes. Les acteurs de la vie culturelle athénienne (229–88): un tout petit monde (Paris, 2007).

  • Personal Names in Ancient Anatolia: R. Parker (ed.), Personal Names in Ancient Anatolia (Oxford, 2013).

  • Philologos Dionysios: N. Badoud (ed.), Philologos Dionysios. Mélanges offerts au professeur Denis Knoepfler (Geneva and Neuchâtel, 2011).

  • PLRE: Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire.

  • Rizakis, ‘Anthroponymie et société’: A. D. Rizakis, ‘Anthroponymie et société. Les noms romains dans les provinces hellénophones de l’Empire’, in Roman Onomastics, 11–30.

  • Rizakis, ‘Diffusion’: A. D. Rizakis, ‘La diffusion des processus d’adaptation onomastique: les Aurelii dans les provinces orientales de l’Empire’, in Noms de personnes dans l’Empire romain, 253–62.

  • (p.xv) Rizakis et alii, Roman Peloponnese I: A. D. Rizakis and S. Zoumbaki with the collaboration of M. Kantirea, Roman Peloponnese I. Roman Personal Names in their Social Context (Achaia, Arcadia, Argolis, Corinthia and Eleia) (Meletemata 31, Athens, 2001).

  • Rizakis et alii, Roman Peloponnese II: A. D. Rizakis, S. Zoumbaki and C. Lepenioti, Roman Peloponnese II. Roman Personal Names in their Social Context (Messenia and Laconia) (Meletemata 36, Athens, 2004).

  • Rizakis et alii, Roman Peloponnese III: A. D. Rizakis and C. Lepenioti (eds), Roman Peloponnese ΙΙΙ‎. Society, Economy and Culture in the Imperial Roman Order: Continuity and Innovation (Meletemata 63, Athens, 2010).

  • Robert, Noms indigènes: L. Robert, Noms indigènes dans l’Asie Mineure gréco-romaine (Paris, 1963).

  • Robert, OMS: L. Robert, Opera Minora Selecta, 7 vols (Amsterdam, 1969–1990).

  • Roman Onomastics: A. D. Rizakis (ed.), Roman Onomastics in the Greek East. Social and Political Aspects (Meletemata 2, Athens, 1996).

  • Salomies, ‘Contacts’: O. Salomies, ‘Contacts between Italy, Macedonia and Asia Minor during the Principate’, in Roman Onomastics, 111–27.

  • Salomies, Römischen Vornamen: O. Salomies, Die römischen Vornamen. Studien zur römischen Namengebung (Helsinki, 1987).

  • Salway, ‘What’s in a Name?’: B. Salway, ‘What’s in a Name? A Survey of Roman Onomastic Practice from c. 700 BC to AD 700’, JRS 84 (1994), 124–45.

  • Social Dynamics: A. D. Rizakis et al. (eds), Social Dynamics under Roman Rule. Mobility and Status Change in the Provinces of Achaia and Macedonia (Meletemata 74, Athens, 2018).

  • Solin, Gr. Personennamen in Rom: H. Solin, Die griechischen Personennamen in Rom: ein Namenbuch, 2nd edn, 3 vols (Berlin, 2003).

  • Solin, ‘Latin Cognomina’: H. Solin, ‘Latin Cognomina in the Greek East’, in O. Salomies (ed.), The Greek East in the Roman Context (Helsinki, 1999), 191–202.

  • Solin, ‘Onomastica romana a Delo’: H. Solin, ‘Appunti sull’onomastica romana a Delo’, in F. Coarelli et al. (eds), Delo e l’Italia. Raccolta di Studi (Rome, 1983), 101–17.

  • Spawforth, ‘Italian Elements’: A. Spawforth, ‘Italian Elements among Roman Knights and Senators from Old Greece’, in Les Italiens dans le monde grec, 101–5.

  • Spawforth, ‘Roman Corinth’: A. J. S. Spawforth, ‘Roman Corinth: The Formation of the Colonial Elite’, in Roman Onomastics, 167–82.

  • Tataki, Roman Presence: A. Tataki, The Roman Presence in Macedonia (Meletemata 46, Athens, 2006).

  • TL: Tituli Asiae Minoris I, Tituli Lyciae lingua Lycia conscripti, ed. E. Kalinka (Vienna, 1901).

  • Touloumacos, ‘Bilingue Weihinschriften’: I. Touloumacos, ‘Bilingue Weihinschriften der römischen Zeit’, in Τ‎ekmeria 1 (1995), 79–129.

  • Touloumacos, ‘Ὀ‎νόματα‎ Ἑ‎λλήνων‎’: I. Touloumacos, ‘Ὀ‎νόματα‎ Ἑ‎λλήνων‎ και‎ Ῥ‎ωμαίων‎ σε‎ δίγλωσσες‎ ἀ‎ναθηματικές‎ ἐ‎πιγραφές‎’, in Roman Onomastics, 43–54.

  • Zgusta, KP: L. Zgusta, Kleinasiatische Personennamen (Prague, 1964).

  • Zoumbaki, ‘Choosing a New Name’: S. Zoumbaki, ‘Choosing a New Name between Romanisation and Persistence: The Evidence of Latin Personal Names in the Peloponnese’, in C. Grandjean (ed.), Le Péloponnèse d’Epaminondas à Hadrien (Bordeaux, 2008).

  • Zoumbaki, Elis und Olympia: S. Zoumbaki, Elis und Olympia in der Kaiserzeit. Das Leben einer Gesellschaft zwischen (p.xvi) Stadt und Heiligtum auf prosopographischer Grundlage (Meletemata 32, Athens, 2001). (p.xvii)