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A long letter of the emperor Hadrian to the international ‘trade union’ of the Artists of Dionysos, known from an inscription from the city of Alexandria Troas, addresses a major reform of the circuit of major Greek festivals.
Among new arrivals there are the Hadrianeia of Smyrna, provincial games which are to be celebrated in AD 137, starting on on 4 January for forty days (to 12 February), and then every four years thereafter (, before the proconsul’s arrival at Smyrna for the annual assize session (which is also attested elsewhere to take place in late February – early March and to coincide with the local festival of Dionysia), animal hunts, τὰ κυνηγέσια, organised by Philip of Tralles took place ( 12.2) as part of a festival – but much to the disappointment of the crowd, were over by the time Polycarp was to be executed.
This year, in the major new edition of the martyr acts by E.
Rebillard an emendation to ‘Philadelphia’ is considered.
The Greek manuscripts are all from the tenth to the thirteenth centuries.In particular, it will argue that arguments for the authenticity and early dating of the account have been supported by flawed assumptions about the way that intertextuality and scriptural allusion function in early Christian literature.Once these assumptions are put to one side, the dating of the account becomes more uncertain.Alternatively, historians have attempted to assign a date to the actual death of Polycarp.Three dates have been proposed for Polycarp's death: The 'Martyrdom' of Polycarp, along with other documents of the Apostolic Fathers plays a central role in bridging the New Testament and emerging Christian writers in the latter half of the second century, such as Justin Martyr and Irenaeus.