[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Fredricksmeyer, "Alexander the Great and the Macedonian Kausia," TAPA 116 (1986) 217-27.
2
P. Dintsis, Hellenistische Helme (Rome, 1986) 183-95
Vienna, 1981
3
B. M. Kingsley, "The Cap That Survived Alexander," AJA 85 (1981) 39-46, pl. 6, figs. 1-4
"The 'Chitrali'—A Macedonian Import to the West," Afghanistan Journal 8 (1981) 90-93, figs. 1-4
"The Kausia Diadematophoros," AJA 88 (1984) 66-68, pl. 24, fig. 2.
4
Onesikritos, FGrH 134 F 17a
Strabo 15.1.64.
5
Georg Morgenstierne, "Lan- guages of Nuristan and Surrounding Regions," in Lennart Edelberg and Karl Jettmar, eds., The Cultures of the Hindu-Kush (Wiesbaden, 1975) 1-10
K. Jettmar, Religions of the Hindu-Kush, 1, The Religion of the Kafirs (Warminster, Wiltshire, 1986) 12-17, and 130-33, 137-38.
6
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 217.
7
D. B. Thompson, Troy, Suppl. 3 (Princeton, 1963) 53-55 and nn. 141-42, 145-51.
8
C. Kraay (Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum 5.3 [London, 1976])
Charles Edson, in M. B. Hatzopoulos and L. D. Loukopoulos, eds., Philip of Macedon (Athens, 1980) (cited as Philip) 28-29, figs. 13 and 16
D. Raymond, "Macedonian Regal Coinage to 413 B.C.," Numismatic Notes and Monographs 126 (1953) 68, 78-84, pll. 3-5.
9
Contra Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 218.
10
Dintsis (supra, n. 2) 184 n. 12.
11
Dorothy Burr Thompson, "A Clay Model of an Ephebe," Hesperia 32 (1963) 88-90.
"Chlamys of Daochos," AJA 79 (1975) 87-88
rev., id., "Ares and the Heads of Heroes," AJA 83 (1979) 77 n. 82.
12
M. Robertson, Greek Painting (Geneva, 1959) 166, 169
both, id., "Greek Mosaics" JHS 85 (1965) 72-89
id., "Early Greek and Macedonian Mosaic," in E. Borza and B. Barr-Sharrat, eds., Studies in the History of Art, 10, Macedonia and Greece in Late Classical and Early Hellenistic Times (Washington, 1982) 242-44
M. Andronikos, Pella Museum (Athens, 1975) 17, fig. 4; 21, fig. 7; 11, fig. 8
Philip (supra, n. 8) 154-57, figs. 82-83.
13
Jean Charbonneaux, La sculpture grecque et romaine au Musee du Louvre (Paris, 1963) 115
Dintsis (supra, n. 2) 184-85, no. 282, pl. 80, 1
Philip (supra, n. 8) 17, fig. 3.
14
G. le Rider, Le monnayage d'argent et d'or de Philippe II (Paris, 1977) 5.
15
Le Rider (supra, n. 14) 5
Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 40-41 and nn. 13-14
Philip (supra, n. 8) 50, fig. 28, 2.
16
Bernard Andreae, Das Alexandermosaik aus Pompeii (Recklinghausen, 1977) 47, pl. 5
T. Holscher, Griechischer Historienbilder des 5. und. 4. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. (Würzburg, 1973) 135-36
Dintsis (supra, n. 2) 190, 193-94, pl. 3, 2; 83, 2, no. 284.
17
M. Andronikos, Vergina (Athens, 1984) 111, ill. 67.
18
T. B. L. Webster, "Scenic Notes," WS 69 (1956) 111
id., "Greek Dramatic Monuments from the Athenian Agora and Pnyx," Hesperia 29 (1960) 263-65
id., Greek Theater Production2 (London, 1970) 56-57, no. B 31a, pl. 18d
id., rev. Green, Monuments Illustrat- ing Old and Middle Comedy3, BICS Suppl. 39 (London, 1978) (cited as Webster and Green) 118, pl. 9, AS 3a-d.
M. Bieber, "Notes on the Mural Paintings from Boscoreale," AJA 60 (1956) 172
The History of the Greek and Roman Theater3 (Princeton, 1961) fig. 181
G. M. Sifakis, "Aristotle, E.N. IV, 2, 1123a 19-24, and the Comic Chorus in the Fourth Century," AJP 92 (1971) 417-19
K. J. Dover, Aristophanic Comedy (London, 1972) fig. 5.
19
Le Rider (supra, n. 14) 5, fig. 1.
20
Eust. ad Od. 1399: tUXog jkatSg.
21
Plautus, Trinummus 851
Miles Gloriosus 1178-81
23
Thompson (supra, n. 7: 53 and n. 131, pl. 61d)
Reynold Higgins, Greek Terracottas (London, 1967) 100, pl. 411D
Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 39, ill. 1
24
Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 39, fig. 1
26
Kingsley, "Cap,"
"Kausia" (both supra, n. 3).
27
R. L. Fox, Alexander the Great (London, 1973) 340-42
P. Goukowsky (Essai sur les origines du mythe d'Alexandre2 [Nancy, 1981] 26-33)
29
Morgenstierne (supra, n. 5) loc. cit.
Jettmar (supra, n. 5) loc.
W. Bernhard, 'Die Verteilung der ABO-Blutgruppen und Häufigkeit des Rh-Faktors (D) bei verschiedenen eth- nischen Gruppen im Hindukusch (Kafiren, Kalash, Chitrali)," Anthropologischer Anzeiger 37 (1980) 251-65
id., "Beiträge der physischen Anthropologie zum Geschichtsverstandnis der ethnischen Gruppen im Hindukusch," Ethnologie und Geschichte (1983) 34-51.
30
Lennart Edelberg, Nuristani Houses (Aarhus, 1983) 155-59, figs. 192-200.
31
Thompson (supra, n. 7) 53-54
Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 45.
33
Thompson (supra, n. 7) 54-55.
34
Bieber, "Notes" (supra, n. 18) pl. 67, fig. 8.
35
Webster and Green (supra, n. 18) IT 5, 121, pl. Ic.
37
Theokritos, Idyll 14.65-66.
38
Charbonneaux (supra, n. 13) 50
Dintsis (supra, n. 2) 187 and no. 285
39
Dintsis (supra, n. 2: 307 no. 287)
Phyllis Lehmann, Roman Wall Paintings from Boscoreale in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, 1953) 32, fig. 27
M. Borda, La pittura romana (Milan, 1958) 168, pl. 11.
40
Lehmann (supra, n. 39) 61, fig. 42
Bieber, "Notes" (supra, n. 18) 171-72, pl. 67, fig. 5.
41
Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 41, n. 22
M. Robertson, "The Boscoreale Figure- Painting," JRS 45 (1955) 61-62.
Joseph B. Scholten, "Anti-Macedonian Propaganda and the Chronology of the Aetolian League's Gold and Silver Coinage," AJA 91 (1987) 269-70.
42
J. Boardman, J. Dörig, W. Fuchs, and M. Hirmer, Greek Art and Architecture (New York, 1967) fig. 37
Dintsis (supra, n. 2) pl. 14.
43
Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 41, nn. 22, 24.
44
Truesdale S. Brown, Onesikritos (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1949)
Fred- ricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 220 and n. 19.
45
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 216-18.
48
Athen 12.539e
Ephippos (FGrH 126 F 4
Athen. 12.537d
50
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1: 220 n. 3)
Dintsis (supra, n. 2: 183)
51
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1: 222)
52
Stella G. Miller, "Menon's Cistern," Hesperia 43 (1974) 195-245, pll. 37-40, nos. 82-102.
"Early Hellenistic Ceramic Chronology: Evi- dence from the Athenian Agora," abstract in AJA 84 (1980) 228.
AJA 87 (1983) 264-65.
53
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1: 223)
54
Kingsley, "Cap" 42 and nn. 30, 35
"Kausia" 66-67 (both supra, n. 3).
55
Arr. 7.19.1.
56
Kingsley, "Kausia" (supra, n. 3) passim
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1)
57
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 219 and n. 16.
58
Diod. 17.7.3, 8.
E. Badian, "Alexander the Great, 1948-67" CW 65 (1971) 39.
59
M. Hatzo- poulos, "The Oleveni Inscription and the Dates of Philip II's Reign," in W. L. Adams and E. N. Borza, eds., Philip II, Alexander the Great and the Macedonian Heritage (Lanham, Md., 1982) 37- 41
Truesdale Brown, "Clitarchus," AJP 70 (1950) 151.
60
E. Badian, "The Date of Cleitarchus," PACA 8 (1965) 10-11.
61
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 224.
62
P. R. Franke, Antiken Münzen von Epeiros (Wiesbaden, 1961) 126-32
63
Paus. 10.18.7
Robertson (supra, n. 12) loc. cit.
64
A. B. Bosworth, "Alexander and the Iranians," JHS 100 (1981) 6-8
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 220-21.
65
A. Alföldi, "Gewaltherrscher und Theater- könig," in Kurt Weitzmann et al., eds., Classical and Medieval Studies in Honor of Arthur M. Friend (Princeton, 1955) 15-55.
"From the Aion Plutonios of the Ptolemies to the Saeculum Frugifer of the Roman Emperors," in K. H. Kinzl, ed., Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean in Ancient History and Prehistory (Berlin, 1977) 8 n. 23.
66
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 221.
H. Berve, Das Alexanderreich auf prosopographischer Grundlage2 (New York, 1973) 224, no. 446
Arr. 6.23.1-26.5
H. Strasburger, "Alexanders Zug durch die gedrosische Wüst," Hermes 80 (1952) 456-93.
67
Arr. 7.12.3-4, Plut. Alex. 47.5-6
Diod. 17.114.2, Suda s.v. KQdtrQos.
68
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 222-23
Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 42 and n. 34.
69
Kingsley, "Kausia" (supra, n. 3) 67 and n. 9.
70
Miller; Rotroff; and Thompson, "Value" (all supra, n. 52) loc. cit.
71
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 220-22.
72
Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 42 and nn. 27-28.
73
Miller's soldiers (supra, n. 52: 212-17, 140-41)
74
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 218
75
Diod. 17.77.5-6.
76
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 217-18, 225-26.
77
A. B. Bosworth, "Alexander the Great and the Decline of Macedonia," JHS 105 (1986) 1-12.
79
Diod. 17.74.5.
Thuc. 2.70, Xen. Hell. 2.3.6
W. K. Pritchett, The Greek State at War 1 (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1971) 53-84.
80
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 217-18 and n. 11.
81
Arr. 4.22.7-8.
83
Fredricksmeyer (supra, n. 1) 220.
84
Brown (supra, n. 44) 39-52
L. Pearson, The Lost Histories of Alexander (repr. Chico, Calif., 1983) 97-99.
85
E. Badian, "Nearchos the Cretan," YClS 25 (1975) 155.
86
G. S. Robertson, Chitrál: The Story of a Minor Siege (London, 1898) 146 and passim.
87
R. M. Errington, "Alexander in the Hellenistic World," in Alexandre le Grand: Image et réalité (Geneva, 1975) 159-62.
88
Arr. 4.22.6.
89
Arr. 5.25.2, 27.1-9.
90
Alföldi, "Gewaltherrscher" (supra, n. 65) passim.
91
P. Brunt, tr., Arrian: History of Alexander and Indica 1 (London, 1976) xl-xlii nn. 30-32.
92
Kingsley, "Chitrali" (supra, n. 3) 92
Afridi, Kingsley, "Cap" (supra, n. 3) 39 n. 4, 46 and n. 63.
93
S. Jones, An Annoted Bibliography of Nuristan (Kafiristan) and the Kalash Kafirs of Chitral 1 (Copenhagen, 1966) passim
94
W. W. Tarn, The Greeks in Bactria and India (Cambridge, 1938) 168 and passim
A. B. Bosworth, "The Indian Satrapies under Alexander the Great," Antichthon 17 (1983) 179-80
F. W. Holt, Alexander the Great and Bactra, Mnemosyne Suppl. 104 (Leiden, 1988) 3-5.
95
Strabo 16.1.67.
97
G. S. Robertson, The Kafirs of the Hindu-Kush (London, 1895) 515-19
id., Chitrál (supra, n. 86) facing p. 18 (Chitrali), p. 90 (men from Gilgit).
98
Jones, Men of Influence in Nuristan (London, 1974)
99
Thompson (supra, n. 7: 53)
100
G. Buddruss, "Spiegelungen der Islamisierung Kafiristans in der mündlichen Über- lieferung," Ethnologie und Geschichte (1983) 73-88.
101
AP 335 (supra, n. 22).
102
supra, n. 18.
103
Thompson (supra, n. 7) 54-55 nn. 141-51, 84-86 nn. 77-79, 81, 84.
104
Thompson (supra, n. 7) 52, 84.
105
P. G. Leyenaar- Plaisier, Les terres cuites grecques et romaines (Leiden, 1977) 433, pl. 158, no. 1206.
Alföldi, "From the Aion" (supra, n. 65) 11-12 and n. 33.
106
Thompson (supra, n. 7) 54, 85.
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