Callixeinus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - proposed a motion to condemn the Athenian admirals, 406 B.C.
trary to the laws,  Callixeinus again mounts the trib
of Rhodes - a writer of the 3rd century B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
Masurius brought forward Callixeinus the Rhodian, who in
any one to count, (but Callixeinus has made a catalogue
what that thing is which Callixeinus calls ἐγ&
shows plainly enough, as Callixeinus also said, that they
into the sea." And Callixeinus the Rhodian, in the
- in documents
(c. 196-192) .: Euphaniskos son of Kallixeinos, adopted by Nikas
(c. 180/79) y: Euphaniskos son of Kallixeinos, adopted by Nikas
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