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An identifiable case, from its name (p. 11) , o f a nilitary colony which became a polis with prytanies is Themisonium, Michel 544. 7 On the very peculiar case o f the colony at Magnesia-under-Sipylos, O G IS 229, see now Griffith pp. 154 sq. In the Roman period a place might be allowed to call itself a city as a favour; I know o f no evidence that this is Hellenistic. IO T H E S E L E U C ID S E T T L E M E N T In Asia Minor there are supposed also to have been some Greek civil colonies;1 there is not the material for detecting such forms in the East, and their existence there is not very probable.
M itt. x l > 19^5, P* 3 5 Arr. v , 19, 4 -6 . e. the Persian G u lf (p. 43). These cities may be taken as representative o f those in the East with dynastic names, and all were really Greek; there was a Council and Assem bly at Antioch in Persis, and the Council o f 300 at Seleuceia on the Tigris is explicitly mentioned,4 as is the popular Assem bly;5 there was the usual organisation by tribes, as there was at Seleuceia in Pieria,6*shown b y the mention o f prytanies at Antioch in Persis? 89 A t Seleuceia in Pieria the magistrates formed a board or college o f archontes,9 as was beginning to be the case in old Greek cities; and as the same thing is found at Susa (p.
73, where they are called arrows for hand-bows. But they are heavy. * The five called noXis 'EXArjvls are Ichnae, Nicephorium, Artemita, Chala, Alexandria-Ghazni; among those called ttoA i s only are Apamea at Zeugma, Apamea in Choarene, Rhaga (Europus) in Rhagiane, and Alexandropolis-Kandahar. H ow could Chala be ‘ Greek* and not Rhaga, or Ghazni and not Kandahar? g. Aspendus (A . Wilhelm, Neue Beiträge IV p. 61 ; M. Segre, Aegyptus XIV, 1934, p. 253) and Sparta (Alexander o f Aetolia in Anth, Pal.