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By Stephen W. Sears

The Civil warfare conflict waged on September 17, 1862, at Antietam Creek, Maryland, was once one of many bloodiest within the nation's heritage: during this unmarried day, the warfare claimed approximately 23,000 casualties. In panorama became purple, the well known historian Stephen Sears attracts on a amazing cache of diaries, dispatches, and letters to recreate the vibrant drama of Antietam as skilled not just via its leaders but in addition by way of its infantrymen, either Union and accomplice. Combining magnificent army research with narrative background of huge strength, panorama grew to become crimson is the definitive paintings in this climactic and sour fight.

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The next section, a summary of the emperor’s directions, repeats this statement and calls the contest pentaeteric. The final text, Trajan’s letter to the Per- 49 statue base of the People of the twice-neokoroi Pergamenes dedicated by Thyateira; also Pera 1984, 38-40. 54 IvP no. 269 (IGRR 4:336; CIL 3:7068). Note that these particular documents refer only to contests, not to temples; this is made unnecessarily problematic by Schowalter 1998, 238239. 55 Kienast 1996, 122-124. 9; Hanslik 1965, 1094-1100.

20 part i – section i. koinon of asia COIN TYPE 4. Obv: PERGAMHNVN KAI %ARDIANVN Bearded male in long chiton (the People of Pergamon) raises r. 25 Rev: %EBA%TON KEFALIVN GRAMMATEUVN Two-column temple, cuirassed emperor with sceptre within. a) BMC 360 b) BMC 361 c) BMC 362 d) BMC 363 e) London 1979-1-1-1590 (illus. pl. 18 fig. 47; temple incorrectly described as fourcolumn in RPC 1 no. 2362; dated ca. ). COIN TYPE 5. Obv: %ILBANON PERGAMHNOI Togate M. 26 Rev: %EBA%TON DHMOFVN Four-column temple, cuirassed emperor with sceptre within.

3. Epigraphic Evidence Though monumental inscriptions on stone usually contain more words than do the legends on coins, they may or may not say more about the neokoria. Some inscriptions, especially imperial letters, are invaluable for giving precise and contemporary accounts of grants of neokoria, but the overwhelming majority of inscriptions that call a city neokoros simply include it as one of a list of titles, as their main purpose was to honor someone for benevolence, not to document neokoria.

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