Callixeinus   - in ancient sources @

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  Callixeinus   of Athens - proposed a motion to condemn the Athenian admirals, 406 B.C.
Athen_5.218 trary to the laws, [218] Callixeinus again mounts the trib

  Callixeinus 2   of Rhodes - a writer of the 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_5.196   Masurius brought forward Callixeinus the Rhodian, who in
Athen_5.203   any one to count, (but Callixeinus has made a catalogue
Athen_5.209   what that thing is which Callixeinus calls ἐγ&
Athen_5.210   shows plainly enough, as Callixeinus also said, that they
Athen_9.387   into the sea."   And Callixeinus the Rhodian, in the
Athen_11.472   different is clearly shown by Callixeinus, who says, in his account
Athen_11.474   {49.}   Karchesion Callixeinus of Rhodes in his books
Athen_11.483   against Demosthenes   And Callixeinus, describing in the fourth
Athen_15.677   word is also mentioned by Callixeinus, who is himself also a
Plin:HN_36.67   a raft; but according to Callixenus it was conveyed by Phoenix,

  Callixeinus   - in documents
Syll_599 (c. 196-192)   .: Euphaniskos son of Kallixeinos, adopted by Nikas
Syll_614 (c. 180/79)   y: Euphaniskos son of Kallixeinos, adopted by Nikas

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