An Ἀντιγόνᾱ appears in Hyperides, Against Athenogenes 3 and 5. The same non-Attic-Ionic formation appears in Theoc.17.61 (the wife of Ptolemy son of Lagus) and in Plutarch, On the Fortune of Alexander, 339 E-F.
LGPN knows 57 Antigonai.
Friday, 27 November 2015
Antigona, a courtesan at Athens
Labels: Athens, Dialectology, Greek, Onomastics, Personal names, Plutarch
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