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By D. Nicolle, N. Sekunda, V. Nikonorov, M. Gorelik
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Bikerman (p. 89 n. I) also stated very finnly that there is absolutely no reason why the ethnic 'Lakedaimonian from Gythion' may not have been in use before the establishment of the League ofthe Lakonians. The ethnic one would expect to be used by an inhabitant of Gythion before the establishment of the League is, however, 'Gytheian' (f'o8w1:TtO. without further qualification. Consequently, there may well be some substance in Jalabert's suggestion, but, given the disputed date, and the lack of comparable information for the ethnic, certainty in Utis maner eludes us.
The po/iteuma of the Kaunians has been discussed by Perdrizet (Rev. arch. 1899, 2 pp. 42-48). Macridy Bey tells us that the field showed two warriors armed with large Greek helmets with plumes and with shields. One of them held a weapon, seemingly a lance. One suspects that a scene similar to that painted on Stele  in our catalogue, showing two 'Romanized' infanUymen shaking hands, lies behind this vague and perfunctory description. Her]molukos. (12) Stele of Stomphias son of ApolloDides, a Carian from Euromos.
The restoration offered above, without any confidence, is based. on one suggested by Jalabert which he himselfrejccted. Launey (p. 615 n. 6) suggested that the last line and a half had been read and restored incorrectly by Jalabert and Macridy Bey. ] I [E1t
Seleucid and Ptolemaic Reformed Armies 168-145 BC (2) Ptolemaic Army by D. Nicolle, N. Sekunda, V. Nikonorov, M. Gorelik