Chrysogonus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a flute-player, 4th century B.C.
once to the father of Chrysogonus, when he was saying
the rowers took their oars, Chrysogonus played on a flute the
men. For it was Chrysogonus the flute-player, as Aristo
of Nicaea - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 116 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Chrysogonus of Nicaea
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Chrysogonus of Nicaea (II)
race 166th [116 B.C.] - Chrysogonus of Nicaea, stadion
(L. Cornelius Chrysogonus) - a freedman of Sulla, early 1st century B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
Chrysogonus, while at Volaterrae, plots to seize the property of Sex.
efending Roscius against Chrysogonus, Cicero went away to
the slave market are Chrysogonus freedman of Sulla, Amphion,
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