American Journal of Philology by David Potter, Richard Talbert, editors

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1997. ” In Winterling 1997, 27–71. 44 ian s. moyer Wilson, Penelope. 1997. A Ptolemaic Lexikon: A Lexicographical Study of the Texts in the Temple of Edfu. Leuven: Peeters. Winterling, Aloys, ed. 1997. Zwischen “Haus” und “Staat”: Antike Höfe im Ver­ gleich. Munich: Oldenbourg. Yoyotte, Jean. 1969. ” In Religions en Égypte hellénistique et romaine: Colloque de Strasbourg, 16–18 mai 1967, 127–41. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. ———. 1989. ” CR Acad. Inscr. 73–90. Yoyotte, Jean, Pascal Charvet, and Stéphane Gompertz.

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Through the “brothers of the king” who wore it, the inhabitants of the chora experienced a mediated and distant connection to the king himself. CONCLUSION As mentioned earlier, “kinsmen” first appear in texts dated to the reign of Ptolemy VI Philometor as part of a system of court-titles originally created under Ptolemy V Epiphanes. The elaboration of this new hierarchy of honorific titles was part of an internal political reform undertaken in response to the crises that the Ptolemaic kingdom faced at the time: instability within the court, external threats from the Seleucid and Antigonid kingdoms, and, of course, revolt in Upper Egypt.

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