267 B.C. Olympiad 128.2

Consuls: M. Atilius M.f. Regulus, L. Julius L.f. Libo
Athenian archon: Menecles

previous year   |   next year

    Click on the links in the lists of references to go to the sources for each event

1 ASI {Peritius -M = January/February} Document: CGRN_143, a decree of Neoteichus and Ciddiucome in honour of three dynasts.
2 EGY {12 Dystrus -M = March} Document: Austin_294,B  a list of victors in a competition organized by Amadocus.
2a ASI {16 Daesius -M = ? June} Document: THI_32, a decree of the Chrysaorian League in honour of a Ptolemaic official.
3 ?? Document: BD_66 (OGIS_220), a decree of Ilium in honour of Metrodorus, the physician of Antiochus.
3a GRE ?? Document: Syll_411, a statue of Neoptolemus of Aetolia, erected by the city of Eretria.
4 EXT ?? Antiochus receives a request for grape-syrup, figs, and a sophist from the Indian king "Amitrochates" ( Bindusara ).
5 ?? Deimachus is ambassador at the court of king Bindusara.
Strab_2'70;(1.9)  { Bindusara was the predecessor of the famous Indian king Asoka (see OCD_a).}
6 GRE << The Athenians appoint Epichares to be general in charge of the coastal areas of Attica.
Austin_62'5-26;B  { Errington_p89; the Athenian archon was Pithidemus (the same as for the decree of Chremonides).}
7 << Antigonus invades Attica.
* Read Justin's account
THI_118'18-22; Paus_1.30'4, 3.6'4; ~Just_26.2'7-8; { CAH_7.1'501; Green_695.}
8 ITA Regulus defeats the Sallentini, and captures Brundisium.
* Read Eutropius' account
~[Liv]:Per_15; Flor_1.15'1; [Vict]:VirIll_40'1;L  +Eutrop_2.17'1; ~Zonar_8'7;(p373)  { CAH_7.2'422.}
9 AFR A Roman embassy at Carthage complains about the presence of Carthaginian ships at the siege of Tarentum.
10 ROM >> The number of quaestors is increased from four to eight.
* Read Livy's account
~[Liv]:Per_15; Tac:Ann_11'22; { CAH_7.2'438; OCD_q.}

previous year   |   next year

How to use this site   |   Sources and abbreviations   |   Geographical labels
Symbols used to describe events   |   Symbols used to describe references

This page Andrew Smith, 2024
Attalus' home page   |   25.03.24   |   Any comments?