Carystius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Carystius   of Pergamon - a grammarian of the 2nd century B.C.
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Athen_6.235   parasite is one which Carystius of Pergamon, in his tre
Athen_11.506   becoming king ! At least Carystius of Pergamum in Historical writes
Athen_11.508   in Oreus, according to Carystius in Historical Notes So
Athen_12.542   holy worship. And Carystius of Pergamon, in the third boo
Athen_12.548   men and all gods." And Carystius of Pergamon, in his His
Athen_13.577   the son of Conon." And Carystius, in his Historical Comm
Athen_13.603   repeated it. And Carystius, in his Historical Commentari
Athen_13.610   his own dominions, as Carystius tells us in his Histori
Athen_14.620   of him; concerning whom Carystius, in his Historical Reco
Athen_14.639   thing takes place, as Carystius tells us in his Histori
Athen_15.684   name of ambrosia by Carystius, in his Historical Commentaries


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