I previously thought that when the tence is perfect the subjunctive used after the ut would be imperfect.
Therefore, I am a bit puzzled with this sentence:
Tertio itaque regni sui anno evenit, ut Sidone, oppido piscatorum, capiteque Phœnicum, ad se in regiam, colloquendi causa, me evocaverit.
I think I understand the meaning of the sentece. However, the usage of the perfect subjunctive (evocaverit) I cannot understand. Why is the subjunctive perfect instead of ...