This is in follow-up to a question on Mi Yodeya
The Babylonian Talmud states:
‘On the third of Tishri the mention [of God] in bonds was abolished: for the Grecian Government had forbidden the mention of God's name (26) by the Israelites, and when the Government of the Hasmoneans became strong and defeated them, they ordained that they should mention the name of God even on bonds, and they used to write thus: ‘In the year So-and-so of Johanan, High Priest to the Most High God’, and when the Sages heard of it they said, ‘Tomorrow this man will pay his debt and the bond will be thrown on a dunghill’,
I assume the decree from the Greeks preceeded the Hebrew abolition of using God's name in bonds on the third of Tishri.
I would like to know when the Greeks issued their decree.
I wonder where, on the timeline, this prohibition falls in relation to when the Masorites pointed Hebrew Scripture.