Person: Prateas son of Aischylos from Argos? (Argeia)

Person ID: 495
Name: Prateas
Father's Name: Aischylos
Place of Origin: Argos? (Argeia)
Date Range: -375 to -345
List of Festivals:
___ in Mainalos (Arkadia)
Heraia? in Argos (Argeia)
Isthmia in Isthmia (Corinthia)
Lykaia in (Arkadia)
Nemea in Argos (Argeia)
Panathenaia in Athens (Attica)
Pythia in Delphi (Phokis)
List of Events:
___ in Mainalos (Arkadia) on ( -375 to -345 )
Heraia? in Argos (Argeia) on ( -375 to -345 )
Panathenaia in Athens (Attica) on ( -375 to -345 )
Pythia in Delphi (Phokis) on ( -375 to -345 )
Nemea in Argos (Argeia) on ( -375 to -345 )
Nemea in Argos (Argeia) on ( -375 to -345 )
Nemea in Argos (Argeia) on ( -375 to -345 )
Lykaia in (Arkadia) on ( -375 to -345 )
Isthmia in Isthmia (Corinthia) on ( -375 to -345 )
Isthmia in Isthmia (Corinthia) on ( -375 to -345 )
List of Disciplines:
combat sports: pale
List of References:
SEG 17.150
List of Prosopographies:
Farrington (2012), no. 1.65
LGPN V3a-17456
Strasser (2001), no. 72
Comment: Farrington (2012), no. 1.65 merely refers to Amandry, P. (1980), 'Sur concours argiens', in: BCHSupplement VI, 211-253, which I have not read. The inscription in question however is SEG 17.150, from the theater in Argos (basis for the assumption that this was Prateas' hometown), dated to the middle of the 4th century B.C., which is the basis for Farrington's (2012), p. 122 note 288 wide dating range. It mentions Prateas was a wrestler and gives more than the two Isthmian victories. Note that the end of the inscription also mentions a victory by Aischylos son of Prateas (ergo the son of Prateas in this entry?) in the Nemean games, also in wrestling - this victory has not yet been entered. - PK