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Excerpt from Archaeologia, or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity, 1884, Vol. 48

Dorian colony, still known by their old names in the Greek-speaking half of the Empire on the borders of which this city never ceased to stand. In the Parian colony of Pharia, in the isle ... Læs mere

Excerpt from Archaeologia, or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity, 1884, Vol. 48

Dorian colony, still known by their old names in the ... Læs mere

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Excerpt from Archaeologia, or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity, 1884, Vol. 48

Dorian colony, still known by their old names in the Greek-speaking half of the Empire on the borders of which this city never ceased to stand. In the Parian colony of Pharia, in the isle of Lesina, which lies a little further up the Adriatic coast, inscriptions have been discovered referring to the Boule and Demos of the Greek city, to the Demarch and Prytanes. We find a self governing community, waging war with the Illyrian mainlanders,b striking coins in its own name, receiving legates from another city, and sending a deputation to consult the Delphic oracle. Issa, a Syracusan insular colony on the same Dalmatian shore, presents us with similar monuments,° and her Roman Muni cipiumd was only a perpetuation of the earlier and more complete autonomy of her Hellenic days. The discovery of Greek coins and gems on the site of Epitaurum to which I have already referred gives us something more than etymological evidence that the Roman city sprang out of an earlier Greek foundation; and though, in the absence of epigraphic records, we are at present debarred from knowing the exact form of its autonomous institutions, we may with confidence infer their general character. To these Hellenic antecedents, to the abiding Hellenic contact of the Roman city, I would refer the specially high development of the civic sense noticeable on the existing monuments of Epitaurum.

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