Chaeremon   - in ancient sources @

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  Chaeremon   - tragedian, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_11.482   in The says, "Does not Chaeremon always bring cylices to dinners,
Athen_13.562   book on Eros, says that Chaeremon the tragedian said in
Athen_13.608   which was composed by Chaeremon the tragic poet, speaks
Athen_15.679   among the Alexandrians. And Chaeremon the tragic poet mentions
Syll_1080   (c. 276-219) Euripides and the 'Achilles' by Chairemon

  Chaeremon 2   of Nysa - an ally of the Romans against Mithridates
88/65 decree of Nysa in honour of Chaeremon, a supporter of the Romans.

  Chaeremon   - in documents
CIL_1.683 Quintus Publius Fufius Chaeremon, freedman of Publius
Lucill_11.106 106] & { F 32 } & Chaeremon caught by a slight freeze was
Lucill_11.107 107] & { F 33 } & Chaeremon fell flat on his back, struck
Meleager_4.1 fair-tressed lotus of Chaeremon mingled with Phaedimus'
OGIS_16 (271-246)   ; . . . son of Chairemon, neopoiēs, founded
SelPap_1.185 (Late 2nd cent.)   . Petesouchus son of Melas, Chaeremon son of Di .
SelPap_1.4 Arsinoite nome. Chaeremon son of Apollonius, Per
SelPap_1.57 son of Apollonius son of Chaeremon, his mother being H
SelPap_1.60 metria daughter of Chaeremon, of civic rank, with her
SelPap_1.71 . . also called Chaeremon, his mother being Apia
SelPap_1.84 of Onnophis also called Chaeremon son of Herodes, of
SelPap_2.212 nius son of Artemidorus, Chaeremon son of Leonidas, Ma
SelPap_2.318 ius Sarapion also called Chaeremon, wrote for him, a
SelPap_2.355 to Isidora daughter of Chaeremon, on the west an old
SelPap_2.399 public bank by Septimius Chaeremon for acreage tax 143

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