Dio's Name

@article{Gowing1990DiosN,
  title={Dio's Name},
  author={Alain M. Gowing},
  journal={Classical Philology},
  year={1990},
  volume={85},
  pages={49 - 54}
}
An inscription from Macedonia published in 1970 shows the namne of the historian Cassius Dio as K?' K6uutos Aiwv, and thus provides a previously unattested praenomen (Claudius).' Missing from this inscription, and from the six other contemporary inscriptions that bear Dio's name, is Cocceianus, the cognomen traditionally assigned to him.2 Scrutiny of the evidence in fact suggests that this may not have been among Dio's names. Yet since the nineteenth century this supposed cognomen has been… Expand
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