Kleisthenes and Kytherros

Kleisthenes and Kytherros KLEISTHENES AND KYTHERROS BY P. J. BICKNELL Milchhoefer twice 1) argued that the Aigeid deme of Erchia was situated in the vicinity of Spata. Later 2) he changed his mind and followed Loeper 3) in equating Spata with Pandionid Kytherros. As possible sites for Erchia he now suggested Vathy Pigadi and Lap- pari. Later still, Kirsten 4) followed suit in locating Kytherros at Spata but held that Erchia was situated at Kokla 5). The recent discovery at Spata, in the locality called Pousiri, of the 'Greater Demarchia' of Erchia, a sacrificial calendar, has put the identity of Erchia and Spata, for which there was already a not unimpressive case 6), beyond doubt ?) . Neither the topographical implications of the Pseudo-Demos- thenic speech against Phainippos 8), nor its inclusion in Philochoros' list 9) of twelve 'poleis' of Attika, Athens itself i°) together with 1) See A. Milchhoefer, Karten von Attika: Erlaüternder Text, III-VI, 4 and Untersuchungen über die Demenordnung des Kleisthenes, 14. 2) See RE 6.i, 398-9. 3) R. Loeper, AM 17 (i892), 369. 4) E. Kirsten at A. Philippson, Die griechischen Landschaften, vol. I, part 3, 1066 and in Atti del terzo congresso internazionale di epigrafia greca http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mnemosyne Brill

Kleisthenes and Kytherros

Mnemosyne, Volume 28 (1): 57 – Jan 1, 1975

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Brill
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© 1975 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0026-7074
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1568-525X
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10.1163/156852575X00178
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KLEISTHENES AND KYTHERROS BY P. J. BICKNELL Milchhoefer twice 1) argued that the Aigeid deme of Erchia was situated in the vicinity of Spata. Later 2) he changed his mind and followed Loeper 3) in equating Spata with Pandionid Kytherros. As possible sites for Erchia he now suggested Vathy Pigadi and Lap- pari. Later still, Kirsten 4) followed suit in locating Kytherros at Spata but held that Erchia was situated at Kokla 5). The recent discovery at Spata, in the locality called Pousiri, of the 'Greater Demarchia' of Erchia, a sacrificial calendar, has put the identity of Erchia and Spata, for which there was already a not unimpressive case 6), beyond doubt ?) . Neither the topographical implications of the Pseudo-Demos- thenic speech against Phainippos 8), nor its inclusion in Philochoros' list 9) of twelve 'poleis' of Attika, Athens itself i°) together with 1) See A. Milchhoefer, Karten von Attika: Erlaüternder Text, III-VI, 4 and Untersuchungen über die Demenordnung des Kleisthenes, 14. 2) See RE 6.i, 398-9. 3) R. Loeper, AM 17 (i892), 369. 4) E. Kirsten at A. Philippson, Die griechischen Landschaften, vol. I, part 3, 1066 and in Atti del terzo congresso internazionale di epigrafia greca

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Published: Jan 1, 1975

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