Sillyon Sikkelerinde Kentin Kuruluş Efsanesi

In ancient times the city-states frequently claim to remember their past by referred ktistai myths in social and political terms. The best revealing examples of these are coins, epigraphic and sculptural artefacts. Especially in the highest days of the Roman Imperial period, some cities featured descriptions of such myths on their coins upon to remember and to proud of their Hellenic origin by reasons of social, political and economic terms. In this context, a Pamphylian city Sillyon too remembers her past that proud of and commemorates foundation myths and heroes through its coins, which investigating here. The depictions on coins of Sillyon refer to her foundation myths and ktistes heroes who take part in it. However, the silence of written sources does not allow us to learn the content of this myth and the heroes. But the coins suggest that Sillyon was in initiatives become a member of Panhellenic League duruing the Antonines period and to benefit from the emperor's bestowal

In ancient times the city-states frequently claim to remember their past by referred ktistai myths in social and political terms. The best revealing examples of these are coins, epigraphic and sculptural artefacts. Especially in the highest days of the Roman Imperial period, some cities featured descriptions of such myths on their coins upon to remember and to proud of their Hellenic origin by reasons of social, political and economic terms. In this context, a Pamphylian city Sillyon too remembers her past that proud of and commemorates foundation myths and heroes through its coins, which investigating here. The depictions on coins of Sillyon refer to her foundation myths and ktistes heroes who take part in it. However, the silence of written sources does not allow us to learn the content of this myth and the heroes. But the coins suggest that Sillyon was in initiatives become a member of Panhellenic League duruing the Antonines period and to benefit from the emperor’s bestowal

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