Charops - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian archon, 8th century B.C.
archons for ten years each: Charops, for ten years. Aes
752 B.C.], and at Athens Charops was in the first year of
lympiad [752 B.C.], when Charops at Athens was in the firs
- ruler of Epirus, who supported the Romans against Philippus, 198 B.C.
any reward ? [330-1] & Charops assures Flamininus that
- ruler of Epirus; died in 159 B.C.
forced by the accusations of Charops to openly support Perseus.
Charops of Epirus appears before the senate, but fails to win their
The cruelty of Charops as ruler of Epirus.
Charops of Epirus dies at Brundisium after appearing before the Roman
- an ancient Athenian, the son-in-law of Cephalus
ghter of Cephalus, and wife of Charops.  & HARPOCRATIO
- in documents
(c. 160) iskos Boïskos son of Charops Anikatos and Damo
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