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Strabon: Le voyage en Égypte, un regard romain. Paris: NiL. Zivie-Coche, Christiane. 2004. Statues et autobiographies de dignitaires: Tanis à l’époque ptolémaïque. Paris: Cybèle. HOW TO BECOME A “RELATIVE” OF THE KING: CAREERS AND HIERARCHY AT THE COURT OF ANTIOCHUS III Boris Dreyer  Abstract. It has long been held that the Seleucid court hierarchy was created by the dynasty’s weak second-century rulers. This article claims that, on the contrary, it was instituted earlier by their stronger predecessors when they faced a pressing need to organize newly conquered territories.

Historia 56:497–502. ———. 2008. Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der späten Seleukiden (164–63 v. ). Vom Tode des Antiochos IV. bis zur Einrichtung der Provinz Syria unter Pompeius. Stuttgart: Steiner. Errington, R. M. 1993. ” EA 21:15–32. Gauthier, Philippe. 1989. Nouvelles inscriptions de Sardes II. Geneva: Droz. -J. 1983. “Der siegreiche König. ” Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 64:247–77. Grainger, J. D. 1997. A Seleucid Prosopography and Gazetteer. Leiden: Brill. Habicht, Christian. 1958.

5 Above all, the official administrative language of the empire was Greek rather than Aramaic; Greek was the first language of the elite surrounding the king. 6 The first is that it was easier for someone who was Greek or Macedonian and spoke Greek to succeed at court. The second is that all other criteria for social ascent (see below) did not bar non-Greeks as long as they fulfilled the first criterion. 7 That said, in practice some “courtiers” could have adopted Greek names instead of using their indigenous ones; instances are attested in Mesopotamia,8 and probably Dreyer 2010; Dreyer and Mittag 2011.

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