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  Callimachus   - Athenian archon, 349 B.C.
Athen_5.217 heophilus, who succeeded Callimachus; for he is the eighty
DionHal:Din_9 Theëlus Apollodorus Callimachus & {349/8 B.C.} Theoph
FGrH_255.2 Thessalus, [Apollodorus] and Callimachus. In the third
Philoch_49 ace in the archonship of Callimachus [349/8], as Philochor
Philoch_156 After the archonship of Callimachus [349/8], in whose yea
Plut:Mor_845 Dexitheus [385 B.C.] to Callimachus [349 B.C.], - in whos

  Callimachus 2   of Cyrene - the grandfather of the poet
305/3 Callimachus, grandfather of Callimachus the poet, is a general in the
    Within translations:
Callim:Epigr_23 On Battus, the son of Callimachus the general, and fath

  Callimachus 3   of Cyrene - a Greek poet and grammarian
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Wikipedia entry
305/3 Callimachus, grandfather of Callimachus the poet, is a general in the
275/4 Callimachus is summoned from Eleusis to work at the library in Alexan
240/42 Aristophanes of Byzantium is a pupil of Callimachus and Zenodotus.
240/43 General comments on the life and writings of the poet Callimachus.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_9.27   scorpions but love mankind. Callimachus [fr. 100 f. 48
Aelian:NA_15.28   the brows on either temple. Callimachus [fr. 418 P] mai
AnthPal_7.41   onymous & { F 43 } & On Callimachus Hail blessed one, eve
AnthPal_7.275   He refers to some verses of Callimachus in his Hymn to
AnthPal_11.275   (RHODIUS) & { F 1 } & Callimachus the outcast, the butt
AnthPal_11.322   and dry dogs set on by Callimachus, bane of poets, darkn
Athen_5.213   Hermippus, the pupil of Callimachus, has corroborated the
Athen_6.244   than I like. And Callimachus attributes to Chaerephon
Athen_6.252   lus the king, a man whom Callimachus sets down as a pupil
Athen_6.272   what Ister the pupil of Callimachus calls him in the trea
Athen_9.387   drown Ister the pupil of Callimachus, the historian, in
Athen_11.477     So it appears that Callimachus is in error in using
Athen_11.478   Istrus, the disciple of Callimachus, writes in the first
Athen_11.496   Rhodias Diphilus in The ( Callimachus gives this play the title
Athen_13.571   aid from bitter enemies; as Callimachus says. For are
Athen_13.585   lar documents. And Callimachus has recorded this code of
Athen_14.643   know, too, that Callimachus, in his List of Various Boo
Athen_15.668   And Callimachus says -
Athen_15.669   to read the Epigrams of Callimachus, in which this is one
Athen_15.696   as Hermippus the pupil of Callimachus says in the first book
Callim:Epigr_23   hus the general, and father of Callimachus the poet. Whoso
Cic:DeOr_3.132   itself when Aristophanes and Callimachus treated of it, were
Cic:Tusc_1.84   is too, an epigram of Callimachus, ** on Cleombrotus of Ambracia;
Cic:Tusc_1.93   same estimate in life? Though Callimachus does not speak amiss in
Crinag_9.545   11 } & With a copy of Callimachus' Hecale This chiselle
DionHal:Din_1   see, too, that neither Callimachus nor the Pergamene sch
DionHal:Din_10   the father, gentlemen." (Callimachus enters this among the
Lucill_11.183   your rising." * & A line of Callimachus. [11.184] & {
Meleager_4.1   and the sweet myrtle of Callimachus, ever full of harsh
Philip_11.321   Zenodotus, soldiers of Callimachus from whom, though you
Philip_11.347   ore waste away the devotees of Callimachus. * & Literally,
Plin:HN_3.139   and the people called by Callimachus the Peucetii, all of whom
Plin:HN_3.152   from which according to Callimachus Maltese get their name.
Plin:HN_4.52   and Phaeacia, and in Callimachus also that of Drepane.
Plin:HN_4.65   called Cauros, and later Antandros; Callimachus says it had the name
Plin:HN_4.69   unguent, and called by Callimachus Agathusa; Donusa; Patmos, 30
Plin:HN_4.70   by Aristotle Zephyria, by Callimachus, Mimallis and by Heraclides
Plin:HN_4.73   islands. It is mentioned by Callimachus under its ancient name of
Plin:HN_5.28   name of which it bears; Callimachus calls it the Lake of
Plin:HN_7.152   Italy; I noticed that Callimachus records as an unparalleled
Plinius:Ep_4.3   was holding in my hands Callimachus or Herodas, or even
POxy_1241   Rhodian, the disciple of Callimachus; he was also the teac
THI_6   (46)   of our well-being by Kallimachos the epistrategos t
Tzetz:ProlCom_   single volumes. Callimachus later compiled a catalogue
Vit:ApRhod_1   -222 B.C.], and was a pupil of Callimachus. At first, toge
Vit:ApRhod_2   pupil of the grammarian Callimachus at Alexandria, where
Vit:Arat_1-4 *   not from Soli. But Callimachus, a learned and trustworthy
Vit:Theoc_1   was a contemporary of Aratus, Callimachus and Nicander.

  Callimachus 4   - a general of Mithridates of Pontus
70/9 prolonged resistance led by Callimachus, but fails to stop his soldi

  Callimachus 5   - governor of the Thebaid in Egypt, 1st century B.C.
62/17 act of obeisance to Isis by Callimachus, governor of the Thebaid.
39/2 _194), a decree in honour of Callimachus, the governor of the Thebaid
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_193   same as Aristodemus; but Callimachus says that thirteen
OGIS_186   (62)   I Kallimachos, the kinsman of the
OGIS_190   (51) made obeisance on behalf Kallimachos and his children, the
OGIS_194   (39)   abitants. Since Kallimachos the kinsman and [strate

  Callimachus 6   - Athenian archon, 217 B.C.
217/_ Athenian archon: Callimachus

  Callimachus 7   - Athenian polemarch at the battle of Marathon
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Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_7.38   Cynaegeirus, ** Epizelus, and Callimachus. They and the
Plin:HN_35.57   in that battle, Miltiades, Callimachus and Cynaegirus on the

  Callimachus   - in documents
SelPap_2.315 bscribed} I, Avius Callimachus, keeper of the archi
Syll_341 (303/2)   ple, as proposed by Kallimachos of Hermos, the son
Syll_640 (c. 175/4)   As proposed by Kallimachos of Paiania, the son of
Syll_660 (c. 161/0)   cil were Euagoras and Kallimachos, and the secre
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   antinos magistrates: Kallimachos and Euagoras pri


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