Chamaeleon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Heracleia - a peripatetic philosopher, late 4th century B.C.
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account given to us by Chamaeleon of Pontus, in his book
ered about fishes; which Chamaeleon of Heracleia has recor
this it is plain that Chamaeleon ignores the fact that the
[46.] And Chamaeleon of Pontus, in his essay
custom at Corinth (as Chamaeleon of Heracleia relates,
of Croesus. But Chamaeleon, in his treatise on Sappho,
sic, says - according to Chamaeleon - that Alcman was the
the Lacedaemonians, as Chamaeleon says in his book on
ius Phalereus. Now Chamaeleon, in his essay on Stesichorus
Pythagorean,"  as Chamaeleon of Pontus relates, ''w
in his Preparations (as Chamaeleon quotes the play), spok
cerning hares also Chamaeleon says, in his treatise on Sim
of Heracleia - an envoy to king Seleucus, 280 B.C.
one of the envoys called Chamaeleon was not frightened by
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