Cratinus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Megara - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 652 B.C.
race 32nd [652 B.C.] - Cratinus of Megara, stadion race
of Athens - a boy who sacrificed himself to avert a plague, 6th century B.C.
stances, too, that happened to Cratinus the Athenian, are
- writer of Old Comedy, 5th century B.C.
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salacious, and they cite Cratinus as a witness, when he
is clever. This Cratinus said, & Dionysus, and breathe
speak in this way. Cratinus, in his Pluti, says - & As for
since the most admirable Cratinus brandished the before-ci
Athen_* 11.494-496 *
and it is mentioned by Cratinus, in his Putina, in this
ted to luxury. And Cratinus in his Cheirons, speaking of
;rosy-fingered", as Cratinus says, but who have one
spits at Delphi, which Cratinus mentions in the followin
ioned under this name by Cratinus in his Nemesis, and by
or the triangle. And Cratinus, in his Effeminate Perso
And Pontianus replied: - Cratinus says that Philippides
honey over them? And Cratinus, in his Laws, says -
appa;α'. And Cratinus, in his Odysseuses, has the
extravagance. And Cratinus speaks of their extravagant
of insanity.  Cratinus, the comic poet, lived ninety-
enians] is made clear by Cratinus in his Cheirones, Pylaea
son of Lysidonides, whom Cratinus mentions in his Pytine
the Younger - writer of Middle Comedy, 4th century B.C.
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of Blepaeus. And Cratinus the younger in his Titans says
And the younger Cratinus, in his play called The Giants
of Methymne - a harp-player, later 4th century B.C.
played without singing,- Cratinus of Methymne, and Ariston
of Aegeira - victor in the boys' wrestling contest at the Olympic Games, 260 B.C.
Cratinus of Aegeira wins the Olympic prize for boys' wrestling.
of Sphettus - an Athenian envoy to Sparta, 392 B.C.
docides of Cydathenaeum, Cratinus of Sphettus and Eubulide
- in documents
(140-130) as, Dionysios son of Kratinos and Eurykles son of P
(204/3) l;ndros of (?) Phola, Kratinos of Tritea, [Poly]str
(190) yboulas of Amphissa Kratinos of Tritea Archedamo
(190-140) g with the architect Kratinos shall let out a contr
(c. 190) tratos of Physkos 50 Kratinos of Triteia K...mos, D
(c. 188/7) wn Boys' pentathon: Kratinos of . . . in The
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