By Stephen V. Tracy
Furthering his masterful new method of classifying and examining epigraphical information awarded in Attic Letter-Cutters of 229 to 86 B.C., Stephen V. Tracy has produced a masterful learn of the inscriptions from the time of King Philip of Macedon, Alexander the good, Demosthenes, and Demetrios. designated learn of the arms during this biggest crew of fundamental files has enabled him to provide a couple of new insights, resembling reassessing the profession of Demetrios of Phaleron and taking factor with the generally authorised view that Athenian democracy resulted in 322 B.C. with the defeat through the Macedonians at Krannon. Tracy items jointly stone files and exhibits that the "handwriting" of person stonecutters should be pointed out incidentally specific letters are minimize into the stone. He bargains new readings, redatings, joins and institutions, as good as preliminary book of a few fragments from the excavations in the Athenian agora.
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14] Though serious, shortages of this nature could be remedied fairly quickly.  The inscriptions that attest to this shortage are: IG II2 369 + — Osborne, Naturalization no. D25. This inscription dates to early 322 and, although it does not directly mention food in its preserved parts, it honors a Bosporan for services rendered. These services are likely to have included shipment of grain.  Famine and Food Supply 154-158.  The speech Against Dionysodoros , no. 56 in the Demosthenic corpus, attests in its opening sections (especially 8-10) to the fluctuations in price and to the difficulty of getting grain from Egypt at this time.
20] Alexander und Griechenland unter dem Eindruck der Flucht des Harpalos (Bonn 1981) 51-54.  Conquest and Empire 293-294.  The details of Leosthenes' career as we know them then make eminently good sense. After serving as general over the countryside in 329/8, Leosthenes will have been well positioned to carry out his activities with the mercenaries in preparation for opposition to Alexander and also to exercise a leading role in Athenian decision making.  To return to the Lamian War—for a while the Greeks enjoyed success.
Pouilloux, La forteresse de Rhamnonte (Paris 1954) 118-120 no. 7, both of ca . 250.  IG II 3460 of the year of Antimachos, who is known from a recently discovered inscription (as yet unpublished) to have been archon soon after the Chremonidean War (below 171 n. 3); and IG II 1287 of ca . 250.  Obscurely known, his patronymic came to light only in 1978 (Hesperia 47  281). 167f), and Habicht (Studien 18-20, 54) argued that this was a special multi-year appointment.  Indeed, it is significant in this connection to note that when the son of Antigonos attacked Athens in the spring of 307, Demetrios of Phaleron withdrew without apparently offering anything more than token resistance.
Athenian Democracy in Transition: Attic Letter-Cutters of 340 to 290 B.C. (Hellenistic Culture and Society) by Stephen V. Tracy