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(Based on Index V from Historia Numorum)

Greek

Α.

ΑΓΩΝΟΘΕΤΗΣ, Aegae Aeol., 552; Apameia Phr., 666; Eumeneia, 674; Synnada, 686.
ΑΓΩΝΟΘΕΤΗΣ ΔΙΑ ΒΙΟΥ, Cotiaeum, 671.
ΑΙΤΗΣΑΜΕΝΟΣ, Mylasa, 622; Stratoniceia Hadrianopolis, 658; Alia, 664; Appia, 667; Eucarpeia, 673; Stectorium, 685.
ΑΜΦΙΚΤΥΟΝΕΣ ΠΡΟΠΥΛΟΙ, Delphi, 342.
ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΣ (see also PROCOS.), Commune Bithyniae, 510; Apameia Bith., 510; Bithynium, 511; Caesareia Germanica, 511; Heracleia Pontica, 516; Juliopolis, 516; Nicaea, 516; Nicomedeia, 517; Prusaad Olympum, 517; Tium, 518; Atarneus, 522; Attaea, 522; Cyzicus, 528; Pergamum, 536; Pitane, 537; Cyme, 554; Smyrna, 593; Cilbiani Superiores, 649; Hierocaesareia, 651; Hyrcanis, 652; Sardes, 657; Thyatira, 658; Ancyra Phr., 665; Apameia Phr., 666; CotiaŽum, 670; Docimeium, 672; DorylaŽum, 672; Hierapolis Phr., 675; Laodiceia Phr., 678.
ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΣ ΡΩΜΑΙΩΝ, Atarneus, 522.
ΑΝΤΙΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΣ, Perinthus, 272; Bizya, 287; CyrenaÔca, 872. (See also ΠΡΕΣΒΕΥΤΗΣ)
ΑΡΓΥΡΟΤΑΜΙΑΣ, Prusias ad Mare, 513.
ΑΡΞΑΣ, Ceramus, 614.
ΑΡΧΗΓΕΤΗΣ ΝΕΟΙΚΟΥ ΑΣΚΛΗΠΙΕΙΟΥ (Title of Sev. Alex.), Aegeae Cil., 716.
ΑΡΧΙΑΤΡΟΣ, Ceramus, 614; Harpasa, 619.
ΑΡΧΙΑΤΡΟΣ ΝΕΟΙΣ, Heracleia Salbace, 620.
ΑΡΧΙΕΡΑΤΕΥΩΝ, Alia, 664; Laodiceia Phr., 679.
ΑΡΧΙΕΡΕΥΣ, Byzantium, 270; Thebes, 354; Ephesus, 576; Aphrodisias, 609; Aninetus, 647; Philadelpheia, 655; SaÔtta, 655; Sardes, 657; Silandus, 657; Acmoneia, 663; Aezanis (?), 664; Apameia Phr., 666; Cibyra, 668; Cidyessus, 670; CotiaŽum, 671; Eumeneia, 674; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Synnada, 686; Temenothyrae, 687; Olba, 726; Antiocheia Syr., 780; Chalcis sub Libano, 784.
ΑΡΧΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΑΣΙΑΣ, Eumeneia, 674.
ΑΡΧΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΥΣ, Ephesus, 576.
ΑΡΧΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΙΓ ΠΟΛΕΩΝ, Κοινον of Ionia, 566.
ΑΡΧΙ[ΕΡΕΥΣ] ΠΡΩ[ΤΟΣ] ΠΟ[ΛΕΩΣ], Daldis, 650.
ΑΡΧΙΕΡΕΩΣ ΥΙΟΣ, Trapezopolis, 628; Silandus, 657.
ΑΡΧΙΕΡΗΑ, Eumeneia, 674.
ΑΡΧΙΝΕΩΚΟΡΟΣ, Aphrodisias, 609; Aezanis, 664.
ΑΡΧΙΠΡ[ΟΒΟΥΛΟΣ], Terrnessus Major, 712.
ΑΡΧΙΠΡΥΤΑΝΙΣ, Aegiale, 481; Miletus, 586; Priene, 591.
ΑΡΧΩΝ (see also ΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΣ), Minoa, 481; Melos, 487; Attaea, 522; Cyzicus, 528; Hadriani ad Olympum, 528; Hadrianeia, 528; Hadrianothera, 528; Poemanenon, 537; Assus, 542; Miletus, 586; Priene, 591; Alabanda, 607; Alinda, 608; Aphrodisias, 609; Halicarnassus, 619; Hydisus, 620; Hyllarima, 620; Myndus, 623; Stratoniceia, 625; Tabae, 627; Trapezopolis, 628; Acrasus, 647; Apollonoshieron, 648; Bageis, 648; Blaundus, 649; Cilbiani Snperiores, 649; Cilbiani Inferiores, 649; Daldis, 650; Germe, 650; Gordus-Julia, 651; Hierocaesareia, 651; Hypaepa, 652; Maeonia, 652; Mostene, 653; Philadelpheia, 655; SaÔtta, 655; Sala, 656; Sardes, 657; Silandus, 657; Tabala, 658; Acmoneia (?), 663; Aezanis, 664; Amorium, 665; Ancyra Phr., 665; Appia, 668; Cadi, 668; Cidyessus, 670; Colossae, 670; CotiaŽum, 671; Docimeium, 672; DorylaŽum, 672; Hadrianopolis Sebaste, 675; Hyrgaleis, 677; Julia (Ipsus), 678; Metropolis, 680; MidaŽum, 681; Otrus, 682; Peltae, 682; Prymnessus, 683; Sebaste Phr., 684; Siocharax, 685; SynaŁs, 685; Synnada, 686; Temenothyrae, 687; Tiberiopolis, 688; Trajanopolis, 688.
ΑΣΙΑΡΧΗΣ, Adramyteum, 521; Κοινον of Ionia, 566; Smyrna, 593; Attuda, 611; Hypaepa, 652; Sardes, 657; Aezanis, 664;
Alia, 664; Apameia Phr., 666; Hieropolis Phr., 676; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Ococleia, 681; Otrus, 682; SynaŁs, 685; Temenothyrae, 687.
ΑΣΙΑΡΧΗΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΗΣ ΠΑΤΡΙΔΟΣ, Stectorium, 685.

Β.

ΒΑΣΙΛΕΥΣ, Byzantium, 270.

Γ.

ΓΕΡΟΝΤΕΣ, Lacedaemon, 436.
ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΥΣ, Pergamum, 536; Ephesus, 576; Magnesia, 583; Neapolis Ion., 587; Smyrna, 593; Mylasa (γραμματευοντος), 622; Neapolis Car., 623; Stratoniceia, 625; Cilbiani Inferiores, 649, Dioshieron, 650; Hypaepa, 651; Mastaura, 653; Nysa, 654; Sardes, 657; Tralles (also `eπι γρ. των περι τον δεινα), 660; Acmoneia, 663; Aezanis, 664; Apameia Phr., 666; Appia, 668; Cibyra, 670; Colossae, 670; Hierapolis Phr., 675; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Peliae, 682; Trapezopolis, 688.
ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΕΥΣ ΔΗΜΟΥ, Hierapolis Phr., 675.
ΓΥΜΝΑΣΙΑΡΧΗΣ, Pergamum, 536.

Δ.

ΔΗΜΑΡΧΙΚΗΣ ΕΞΟΥΣΙΑΣ, ΥΠΑΤΟΣ, Lycia, 694; Cyprus, 746; Caesareia Cap., 752; Antiocheia Syr., 779; Heliopolis, 785.
ΔΥΝΑΣΤΗΣ, Olba, 724.
ΔΥΟ ΑΝΔΡΕΣ, Lipara, 191.

Ε.

ΕΘΝΑΡΧΗΣ, Herod Archelaus, 808.
ΕΙΣΑΝΓΕΙΛΑΣ, Eumeneia, 674.
ΕΠΙΜΕΛΗΤΗΣ, ΕΠΙΜΕΛΗΘΕΙΣ, ΕΠΙΜΕΛΗΘΕΝΤΕΣ, &c., Miletopolis, 531; Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 609; Aphrodisias, 609; Attuda, 611; Stratoniceia, 625; Philadelpheia, 655; Silandus, 657; Apameia Phr., 666; Cotiaeum, 671; Eucarpeia, 673.
ΕΠΙ ΜΕΛΗΘΕΙΣΑ, Eucarpeia, 673.
ΕΠΙΜΕΛΗΤΗΣ ΠΑΝΤΩΝ (?), Mastaura, 653.
ΕΠΙΣΚΟΠΟΣ, Ephesus, 576.
ΕΠΙΤΡΟΠΟΣ (= Procurator), Commune Bithyniae, 510.
ΕΦΟΡΟΙ, Lacedaemon, 436.
ΕΦΟΡΟΣ, Ancyra Phr., 665.

Η.

HΓΕ[ΜΟΝΕΥΩΝ] (= Praeses), Perinthus, 271; Marcianopolis, 275; Nicopolis ad Isrum, 275; Anchialus, 277; Bizya, 287; Hadrianopolis, 287; Pautalia, 287; Philippopolis, 287; Plotinopolis, 288; Serdica, 288; Augusta Trajana, 288; Trajanopolis, 288.

Θ.

ΘΕΟΛΟΓΟΣ, Pergamum, 536.
ΘΥΓΑΤΗΡ ΤΟΥ ΔΗΜΟΥ, Smyrna, 594.

Ι.

ΙΕΡΕΙΑ, Attuda, 611; Eucarpeia, 673; Prymnessus, 683; Synnada, 686.
ΙΕΡΕΥΣ, Dodona, 325; Delphi, 342; Pheneus, 452; Pergamum, 536; Ephesus, 576; Aphrodisias, 609; Apollonia Salbace, 610; Heracleia Salbace, 620; Cos, 634; Apollonoshieron, 648; Bageis, 648; Nysa, 654; Sala, 656; Tabala, 658; Tralles, 660; Ancyra Phr., 665; Eriza, 673; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Prymnessus, 683; Synnada, 686.
ΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΔΗΜΟΥ, Aphrodisias, 609.
ΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΔΙΟΝΥΣΟΥ, Dionysopolis, 671.
ΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΓΕΡΜΑΝΙΚΟΥ, Philadelpheia, 655.
ΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ, Magnesia ad Sipylum, 653.
ΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΤΟΥ ΑΝΤΙΝΟΟΥ, Achaea, 419.
ΙΕΡΕΥΣ ΙΩΝΩΝ, Κοινον of Ionia, 571.
ΙΕΡΟΜΝΑ[ΜΩΝ], Byzantium, 270.
ΙΠΠΑΡΧΗΣ, Alabanda, 607.
ΙΠΠΙΚΟΣ, Smyrna, 593; Gordus-Julia, 651; Magnesia ad Sipylum, 653; Thyatira, 658; Apameia Phr., 666; CotiaŽum, 671; Prymnessus, 683; Synnada, 686.

Κ.

ΚΟΙΝΟΒΟΥΛΙΟΝ Γ. Β. or Γ. Γ. (= γραμματι βουλης or γερουσιας), Anazarbus, 717.
Κ. Ε. Κ. (Κοινοβουλιον ελευθερον Κιλικιας (?)), Anazarbus, 717.
ΚΡΗΤΑΡΧΑΣ, Crete, 479.

Λ.

ΛΟΓΙΣΤΗΣ, Cidyessus, 670; Synnada, 686.

Ν.

ΝΕΜΕΟΝΙΚΗΣ, Aegae Aeol., 552.
ΝΕΩΚΟΡΟΣ or ΑΡΧΙΝΕΩΚΟΡΟΣ (?), Aezanis, 664.
ΝΟΜΟΘΕΤΗΣ, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
ΝΟΜΟΦΥΛΑΚΕΣ, Lacedaemon, 436.

Ο.

ΟΛΥΜΠΙΟΝΙΚΗΣ, Philadelpheia, 655.

Π.

ΠΑΝΗΓΥΡΙΑΡΧΗΣ, Apameia Phr., 666.
ΠΑΤΡΩΝ, Nicomedeia, 517.
ΠΟΛΕΜΑΡΧΟΣ, Thebes, 354.
ΠΡΕΣΒΕΥΤΗΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ ΑΝΤΙΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΣ (Legatus Augusti propraetore), Perinthus, 271; Bizya, 287; Philippopolis, 287; Caesareia Cap., 753.
ΠΡΟ[ΝΟΗΘΕΙΣ], Κοινον of Ionia, 566.
ΠΡΟΠΥΛΟΙ ΑΜΦΙΚΤΥΟΝΕΣ, Delphi, 342.
ΠΡΥΤΑΝΙΣ (ο), Synnada, 586.
ΠΡΥΤΑΝΙΣ (η), Pergamum, 536.
ΠΡΥΤΑΝΕΙΣ, Smyrna, 593; Cidramus, 614; Stratoniceia, 625.

Σ.

ΣΟΦΙΣΤΗΣ, Smyrna, 593; Laodiceia Phr., 679.
ΣΤΕΦΑΝΗΦΟΡΟΣ, Smyrna, 593; Attuda, 611; Bageis, 648; Hypaepa, 652; Hyrcanis, 652; Maeonia, 652; Tralles, 660; Aezanis, 664; Ancyra Phr., 665; Cadi, 668; Colossae, 670; CotiaŽum, 671; DorylaŽum, 672; Caesareia Cap., 753.
ΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΙ ΤΩΝ ΠΕΡΙ τον δεινα, Colossae, 670.
ΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΣ (see also ΑΡΧΩΝ), Adramyteum, 521; Attaea, 522; Came, 522; Cyzicus, 528; Hadrianeia, 528; Hadrianothera, 528; Lampsacus, 531; Miletopolis, 531; Pergamum, 536; Pitane, 537; Assus, 542; Gargara, 545; Pionia, 548; Scepsis, 549; Aegae Aeol., 552; Cyme, 554; Elaea, 555; Eresus, 560; Methymna, 561; Mytilene, 563; Clazomenae, 569; Colophon, 571; Erythrae, 579; Metropolis Ion., 584; Phocaea, 589; Smyrna, 593; Teos, 596; Apollonia Salbace, 610; Stratoniceia, 625; Acrasus, 647; Apollonis, 648; Attaleia Lyd., 648; Blaundus, 649; Cilbiani Inferiores, 649; Daldis, 650; Dioshieron, 650; Germe, 650; Gordus-Julia, 651; Hermocapelia, 651; Hierocaesareia, 651; Hypaepa, 651; Hyrcanis, 652; Maeonia, 652; Magnesia ad Sipylum, 653; Mostene, 653; Nacrasa, 654; Sardes, 657; Silandus, 657; Stratoniceia Hadrianopolis, 657; Thyatira, 658; Tmolus Aureliopolis, 659; Tomaris, 659; Aezanis, 664; Appia, 667; Bria, 668; Ceretapa, 668; Colossae, 670; Dionysopolis, 671; Docimeium, 672; Hyrgaleis, 677; Peltae, 682; Philomelium, 683.
ΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΣ ΠΡΩΤΟΣΠΟΛΕΩΣ, Philadelpheia, 655.
ΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΩΝ, Laodiceia Phr., 679.
ΣΥΝΑΡΧΙΑ (= Collegium), Antiocheia ad Maeandrum, 609.
ΣΥΝΓΕΝΗΣ ΣΥΝΚΛΙ[ΤΙΚΩΝ], Gordus-Julia, 651.

Τ.

ΤΑΜΙΑΣ (= Treasurer), Smyrna, 593; Rhodus, 642.
ΤΑΜΙΑΣ (= Quaestor), Macedonia, 216, 239, 240, 241; Bottiaea, 243; Pergamum, 535.
ΤΑΜΙΑΣ ΑΝΤΙΣΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΣ (= Quaestor propraetore), CyrenaÔca, 872.
ΤΕΤΡΑΡΧΗΣ, Chalcis sub Libano, 783, 784; Tiberias, 802; Herod Antipas, 808; Herod Philip II, 808.
ΤΕΤΡΑΡΧΗΣ ΚΑΙ ΑΡΧΙΕΡΕΥΣ, Chalcis sub Libano, 783, 784.
ΤΟΠΑΡΧΟΣ, Olba, 726.

Υ.

ΥΙΟΣ ΑΣΙΑΡΧΟΥ, Acmoneia, 663; Otrus, 682; SynaŁs, 685.
ΥΙΟΣ ΙΠΠΙΚΟΥ ΑΣΙΑΡΧΟΥ, SaÔtta, 655.
ΥΙΟΣ ΙΠΠΙΚΟΥ, Cotiaeum, 671.
ΥΙΟΣ ΑΦΡΟΔΙΣΙΕΩΝ, Aphrodisias, 609.
ΥΙΟΣ ΠΟΛΕΩΣ, Aphrodisias, 609; Attuda, 611; Cotiaeum, 671.
ΥΙΟΣ ΤΟΥ ΔΗΜΟΥ, Attuda, 611.
ΥΠΑ[ΤΕΥΩΝ] (= Legatus), Marcianopolis, 275; Nicopolis ad Istrum, 275.
ΥΠΑΤΟΣ, Lycia, 694; Cyprus, 746; Caesareia Cap., 752; Antiocheia Syr., 779. (See also ΔΗΜΑΡΧΙΚΗΣ ΕΞΟΥΣΙΑΣ.)
ΥΠΑΤΟΣ ΑΠΟΔΕΔΕΙΓΜΕΝΟΣ (= Cos. desig.) Antiocheia Syr., 779.

Φ.

ΦΙΛΟΚΑΙΣΑΡ, Philadelpheia, 655; Tripolis Lyd., 661; Synnada, 686; Herod Agrippa I, 808; Agrippa II, 809.
ΦΙΛΟΚΛΑΥΔΙΟΣ, Herod King of Chalcis, 808.
ΦΙΛΟΡΩΜΑΙΟΣ, Mannus VIII, Edessa, 814.
ΦΙΛΟΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ, Cilbiani Inferiores, 649.
ΦΙΛΟΠΑΤΡΙΣ, Smyrna, 593; Philadelpheia, 655; CotiaŽum, 671; Eumeneia, 674; Hierapolis Phr., 675; Laodiceia Phr., 679; Philomelium, 683; Prymnessus, 683.

Ψ.

ΨΗΦΙΣΑΜΕΝΟΣ, Stratoniceia, 625.

LATIN

C.

COS. (Consul), Zacynthus, 430.
COS. DES. (Consul designatus), Zacynthus, 430.

D.

D. (Decreto), Macedonia, 240.
D. D. (Decreto Decurionum), Dium, 243; Apameia Bith., 510; Carthage, 882; Utica, 882.
D. D. PVBL. (Decreto Decurionum publico), Babba, 889.
II VIR. (Duumviri), Paestum, 82; Halaesa, 126; Cephaloedium, 136; Enna, 137; Panormus, 164; Tyndaris, 190; Lipara, 191 (ΔYO ANΔP.); Corinth, 404; Dyme, 414; Cnossus, 463.
II VIR. EX D. D. (Duumviri ex decreto Decurionum), Buthrotum, 320.
II VIR. ITER., Corinth, 404.
II VIR. Q. or QVIN. (Duumviri Quinquennales), Buthrotum, 320; Corinth, 404.

E.

EX CONSENSV D[ecurionum], Babba, 889.
EX D. D. (Ex decreto Decurionum), Buthrotum, 320; Dyme, 414; Cnossus, 463; Sinope, 509.

I.

IMP[erator], Zacynthus, 430; Pergamum (cistophori), 535; Laodiceia Phr. (cistophori), 678.

L.

LEG. and LEG. PRO Q. (Legatus pro Quaestore), Macedonia, 216, 239, 241.

P.

PERM. IMP. (Perrnissu Imperatoris), Corinth, 404.
PERM. PROCOS. or P. P. (Permissu Proconsulis), Gergis, 875; Carthage, 882; Utica, 882.
PONT. (Pontifex), Cistophori of Tralles, 660; Apameia Phr., 666; Laodiceia Phr., 678.
PR. (Praetor), Sardinia, 191; Macedonia, 216, 240, 241; Tralles, 660; Apameia Phr., 666.
PROCOS. (Proconsul), Lilybaeum, 151; Tyndaris, 190; Cistophori of Pergamum, 535; Ephesus, 576; Tralles, 660; Apameia Phr., 666; Laodiceia Phr., 678; CyrenaÔca, 872; Gergis, 875.

Q.

Q. (Quaestor), Macedonia, 240; Zacynthus, 430; CyrenaÔca, 872.
IIII. I. D. D. D. (Quatuorviri Iure dicundo Decreto Decurionum), Parium, 532.

S.

SACRA SINATVS (sic), Mallus, 724.
S. C. (Senatus Consulto), Mallus, 724; Antiocheia Syr., 780; Emisa, 781; Philippopolis Arabiae, 812.
S. P. Q. R.(Senatus Populusoque Romanus), Corinth, 405; Philomelium, 683; Caesareia Samariae, 802.
S. R. (Senatus Romanus), Antiocheia Pis., 706; Iconium, 714.
SVF. (Sufetes ó Duumviri), Carthage, 882.