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Campanian Chronology in the Fifth Century B.C.1

  • N. K. Rutter (a1)
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The establishment of the Campanian nation (Diod. 12. 31. 1).

Carthaginian expedition to Sicily (Livy 4. 29. 8).

(Coss. T. Quinctius L. f. PoenusCincinnatus, Cn. Julius Mento: 43 1/30 B.C.). Insigni magnis rebus anno additur nihil turn ad rem Romanam pertinere visum, quod Carthaginienses, tanti hostes futuri, turn primum per seditiones Siculorum ad partis alterius auxilium in Sicilian! exercitum traiecere.

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page 56 note 1 Diod. 12. 31. 1.

page 56 note 2 Livy 4. 37. 1–2.

page 56 note 3 Diod. 12. 76. 4; Livy 4. 44. 12.

page 56 note 4 Dion. Halic. 15. 6. 4.

page 56 note 5 5. 4. 7 (246).

page 56 note 6 CQ 32 (1938), 149.

page 56 note 7 Sallust, Cat. 9. 4.

page 57 note 1 Barber G. L., The Historian Ephorus, 90 ff. and Appendix IX.

page 57 note 2 5. I. 4.

page 57 note 3 G. L. Barber, op. cit. 132 and 152.

page 57 note 4 Strabo 13. 3. 6 (623).

page 57 note 5 Compare Diodorus’ use of the formula inline-graphic here and at 12. 82. 3.

page 57 note 6 4. 44. 12 (testimonia, 4).

page 57 note 7 Capoue preromaine, 85 ff.

page 57 note 8 Dialoghi di Archeologia, 2 (1968), 4 and note 3.

page 57 note 9 e.g. Antiochus, 12. 71. 2.

page 57 note 10 e.g. Artaxerxes and Xerxes, 12. 64. 1; Xerxes, Sogdianus, and Darius, 12. 71. 1.

page 57 note 11 Ogilvie R. M. (JRS xlviii [1958], 40–6); cf. also id., Livy, Books 1–5, 580–1.

page 58 note 1 Veil. Pat. 1. 7. 2–4.

page 58 note 2 Ogilvie R. M. (JRS xlviii [1958], 45).

page 58 note 3 Warmington B. H., Carthage (1960 ed.), 51 ff.; Finley M. I., Ancient Sicily, 64.

page 58 note 4 12. 31. 1 (testimonia, 1).

page 58 note 5 Campanien2, 299.

page 58 note 6 Op. cit. 88.

page 59 note 1 Cf. Polybius 3. 118. 3; Varro de R. R. 1. 10. 1, 20. 4; 2. 6. 5

page 59 note 2 Nodes Aiticae 1. 24. 2.

page 59 note 3 For further discussion and additional references, see Skutsch O., CR N.s. i (1951), 174.

page 59 note 4 6. 4. 5.

page 59 note 5 Gomme A. W., A Historical Commentary on Thucydides, i. 124 and 142; Dover K. J. (Maia, vi [1953], 9).

page 59 note 6 3. 91. 4.

page 59 note 7 3. 91. 2.

page 59 note 8 Sambon A., Monnaies antiques de l'ltalie, 283–9i.

page 59 note 9 Op. cit. 291, no. 771.

page 60 note 1 Capoue preromaine, 88.

page 60 note 2 Polybius 3. 91. 10.

page 60 note 3 For a resolution of the apparently divergent accounts of Livy and Diodorus along similar lines, see Ogilvie R. M., CR N.S. xviii (1968), 332.

page 60 note 4 The eponymous archons entered office at Athens on Hecatombeion 1st, and the Olympic festivals were celebrated at the height of the summer: Bickerman E. J., Chronology of the Ancient World, 64 and 76.

page 61 note 1 Ogilvie R. M., Livy, Books 15, 600 (note on 4. 44. 1).

1 I should like to thank Professor N. G. L. Hammond for his criticisms of an earlier draft of this paper.

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