Person: Glaukon son of Eteokles from Athens (Attica)

Person ID: 1140
Name: Glaukon
Father's Name: Eteokles
Place of Origin: Athens (Attica)
Date Range: -300 to -245
List of Festivals:
Olympia in Olympia (Elis)
List of Events:
Olympia in Olympia (Elis) on ( -300 to -245 )
List of Disciplines:
chariot: ___
List of References:
IG II(2), 3079 = SEG 57.177 = SEG 58.187
IvO 178
IvO 296 = SEG 32.415 = SEG 54.495
Paus. 6.16.9
SEG 61.352
List of Prosopographies:
Moretti (1957), no. 542
Comment: Glaukon's victory in chariot-racing is mentioned by Pausanias (6.16.9) and the statue base is preserved (IvO 178). He is also known to have been agonothete at the Panatheneia (ca. 280/279 BC: IG II(2), 3079). SEG 57.177 now suggests another date for Glaukon's agonothesia: 266/265 BC (for criticism: SEG 58.187). He was honoured by a royal family with a dedication in Olympia (IvO 296). Glaukon was also honoured by the Hellenes around 262-245 BC as evidenced by an inscription from Plataiai (SEG 61.352). The date of his victory can therefore be estimated around the first half of the 3rd century BC. Moretti (1957), 542 suggests the 127th Olympiad (=272 BC). [DvdL]