Callias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Calliades) - Athenian archon, 480 B.C.
down Athens when Callias was archon, and at that time
- Athenian archon, 412 B.C.
till the archonship of Callias, in whose year Perdiccas
remove the silver when Callias was archon [412/1], in
following, when Callias was archon [412 B.C.], in the
of Sphettus - son of Thymochares, 3rd century B.C.
Austin_44, an Athenian decree in honour of Callias.
(270/69) The people honours Kallias of Sphettos, the son of
of Bate - the brother-in-law of Lycurgus, the Athenian orator
of Abron, and sister of Callias, Abron's son, by descent
of Syracuse - a friend of Demosthenes
rms that, by the help of Callias of Syracuse, he got the
of Syracuse - historian; 3rd century B.C.
on. **  & Callias in the tenth book of his Histor
hly-cultivated trees, as Callias tells us in the eighth
them into slavery. Callias, who wrote about the deeds of
of Athens - son of Phaenippus; late 6th century B.C.
Hipponicus, the son of Callias, who was surnamed Ammon;
of Athens - son of Hipponicus; early 5th century B.C.
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rds given in marriage to Callias, and when he was banished
was sought by a certain Callias, who was rich but not
than anyone else. Callias, the wealthiest of the Athenian
of Athens - son of Hipponicus; late 5th century B.C.
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psias, the flatterers of Callias the Athenian along with
ple Coot for a meal, not Callias ** nor Ctesippus the Athe
with the exception of Callias the son of Hipponicus,
osium [ 1'2 ] introduces Callias, the son of Hipponicus,
crates when supping with Callias should find fault with
also exposes the life of Callias more theatrically than The of
those men!" [52.] Now Callias and his flatterers we hav
changed his mind. Callias, therefore, became the master
thus:- " 'By Zeus! O Callias, you entertain us superbly; for
ans, when Iphicrates and Callias were their generals, as
by an Athenian named Callias, 90 years before the
of that nature, except Callias, the son of Hipponicus,
- Athenian archon, 406 B.C.
ace in the archonship of Callias, twenty-four years after
bronze coins were struck when Callias [was archon] [406/5
- Athenian archon, 94 B.C.
Athenian archon: Callias
- in documents
tes, & not yourself alone and Callias in his lovely prime
(95/4) Eukleides] son of Kallias and Astoxenos son of
(c. 200) chmas Aristoklia daughter of Kallias : 5 drachmas .
(175-150) a, and Phanias son of Kallias was secretary; on the
our mother and your father and Callias. My son salutes
and from the holding of Callias a third share of 8 ar
egacles dead, I pity you, poor Callias, for what you have
(283/2) ophorion; proposed by Kallias of Hermos, the son of
(270) olians: Boutheras, Kallias, Phrikon, Alkiadas, A
(272-260) Leon of (?) Kaphrai, Kallias of Kallion, Timolo
(256/5 or 254/3) son of Maiandrios ; Kallias of Pellene, the son of
(251/0) Aiantis tribe, with Kallias of Plotheia, the so
(239/8) ple, as proposed by Kallias of Gargettos, the so
(c. 234) ians:] . . ., (?) Antileon, Kallias, (?) Hybrilao
(c. 263) son of Herarkleides Kallias of Tenedos, the son of
(228/7) Athmonon, the son of Kallias, acting as secretary;
(c. 201) ng. I have sent Kallias to you, who is one of my fr
(start of 2nd cent.) ple, as proposed by Kallias son of Antipatros: s
(197-175) ukos, Dexikrates and Kallias: When the archon was
(c. 165) hon was Archon son of Kallias], and the members of
(c. 161/0) r were Archon son of Kallias and Nikomachos son of
(160/59) as son of Eudokos and Kallias son of Emmenidas as e
(early 2nd cent.) ateus, Archon son of Kallias, Athambos son of Aga
(173-169) Rhodes, the son of Kallias second: Bloson of
(311-306) Eukles : 300 Kallias of Maroneia, son of Apo
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