Chares - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - Athenian general, 4th century B.C.
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objection against the . . . of Chares: " . . . " 24. Impea
ion of objection against Chares, concerning the estate of
mes under the command of Chares, as well as eight others
was under the command of Chares."  & HARPOCRATION &
lochorus, who says: "And Chares went off to the meeting
tyrant's yoke. As Chares, the Athenian general, upon a
The orators set up Chares as one they thought fit to be
for refusing to receive Chares into their city, who was
the sake of a friend of his, Chares, who was commander
 and a third, when Chares and Phocion were commissio
Therefore, when Chares the orator observed to the Athen
estheus, Leosthenes, and Chares, raised themselves by the
hem to give that commission to Chares. Accordingly he sai
gation of Aristophon and Chares, Iphicrates was prosecuted
Polyaen_* 03.13.1-3 *
so eager to go to war.  & Chares. Chares, who suspect
of Lindos - scultor of the 4th century B.C., who designed the Colossus of Rhodes
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Chares learns the art of sculpture as a pupil of Lysippus.
the construction of the Colossus of Rhodes, designed by Chares.
of Mytilene - a historian and companion of Alexander the Great
the war. [54.] And Chares, in the tenth book of his Histor
of their beauty, when Chares of Mitylene, in the tenth
ody besides, except Antipater. Chares asserts the same.
- a river near Argos in the Peloponnese, Greece
istippus, near the river Chares, and on that occasion he
- in documents
(32) Eumenes, Apollonios son of Chares and his son Apell
(163) Oino... Axigenes Epikydes Chares Diodoros son of Me
(256/5 or 254/3) son of Bouleutes ; Chares of Boeotia, the son of
(201/0) of . . . . . . Chares son of Apollonios Eunomidas
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