Charicles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Carystus - a man who supplied Demosthenes with books
and by the assistance of Charicles of Carystus those also
- the son-in-law of Phocion
ards he applied to Charicles, Phocion's son-in-law, and
ughter, he even employed Charicles to get a superb monumen
much alarmed Callimedon and (?) Charicles that they fled
Phalerum, Callimedon, Charicles, and some others, who
- a historian, of uncertain date
hibited in that city, as Charicles relates, in the first
- Athenian archon, (?) 184 B.C.
Athenian archon: Charicles
(184/3) the year of Charikles as archon, in the sixth
- in documents
(c. 234) ias Flute-players: Charikles [of Boeotia], the son
(178) Kleandros Magnetes: Charikles of Demetrias, the son
Charicles → see
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