Charon   - in ancient sources @

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  Charon   - the boatman who carried the dead across the river Styx
Wikipedia entry
Alcaeus_11.12 the one-eyed monster is the Charon of the wine-cup. Sen
AnthPal_7.365 ORUS) & { Ph 4 } & Dark Charon, who through the water of
Athen_13.597 inexorable place where Charon drags into the common barq
Bianor_7.671 5 } & Ever insatiable Charon, why did you wantonly take
Callim:Hec_278 oin was the fare paid to Charon for transport across the
DiogLaert_7.123 ce, at the stories about Charon, or the ebbing of the tide
Lucill_11.133 ive cases of music. Now indeed Charon has got hold of you.
MArgent_7.374 among the dead. & * & i.e. Charon's. [7.384] & { G-P

  Charon 2   of Lampsacus - a Greek historian, 5th century B.C.
Athen_11.475   karchaleoi (having rough throats). Charon of Lampsacus in his
Athen_12.520   ers with them. And Charon of Lampsacus tells a similar sto

  Charon 3   of Chalcis - a contemporary of Alexander the Great
Athen_13.603 Commentaries, says,- "Charon of Chalcis had a boy of

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