Cerameicus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Cerameicus   - a district in Athens, famous for its potters
Wikipedia entry
  + Cerameicum
Aelian:NA_12.40   iltiades buried in Cerameicus the mares which had won thre
Athen_5.212   ppearance; and the whole Cerameicus was full of citizens
Athen_6.258   alking three days in the Cerameicus, & I found it maybe
Athen_12.533   in the morning through the Cerameicus when it was full [
DiogLaert_7.3   dge to carry through the Cerameicus; and when he saw that
DiogLaert_7.11   and to build him a tomb in the Cerameicus, at the public
DiogLaert_7.15   allow him to be buried in the Cerameicus. And when he was
DiogLaert_7.29   enians buried him in the Cerameicus, and honoured him with
DiogLaert_7.182   statue which is in the Cerameicus, which is nearly hidden
Philoch_29   iodorus. Oeüm Cerameicum belongs to the tribe of Leon
Plut:Demetr_11   and passing through the Cerameicus with a chaplet on his
Plut:Demetr_12   carried it through the Cerameicus, was rent asunder by
Plut:Mor_843   in brass was set up in Cerameicus by order of the public
Plut:Mor_852   the public charge in the Cerameicus; and since Lycurgus
Plut:Phoc_34   ied in carts through the Cerameicus to the theatre, where

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