Cratinus   - in ancient sources @

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  Cratinus   of Megara - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 652 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_197 race 32nd [652 B.C.] - Cratinus of Megara, stadion race

  Cratinus 2   of Athens - a boy who sacrificed himself to avert a plague, 6th century B.C.
Athen_13.602 stances, too, that happened to Cratinus the Athenian, are

  Cratinus 3   - writer of Old Comedy, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_12.10   salacious, and they cite Cratinus as a witness, when he
AnthPal_13.29   is clever. This Cratinus said, & Dionysus, and breathe
Athen_6.267   speak in this way. Cratinus, in his Pluti, says - & As for
Athen_6.268   since the most admirable Cratinus brandished the before-ci
Athen_11.475   for the bridegroom."   Cratinus in Dionysalexander : "{A}
Athen_11.494-496 *   name of a drinking-cup, which Cratinus mentions in The thus :
Athen_11.501   {104.}   Cratinus says in Runaway : "Receive
Athen_11.502   the chrysis is mentioned by Cratinus in The : "Pouring a
Athen_11.782   in the game of cottabus Cratinus : "It's death to drink
Athen_12.553   ted to luxury. And Cratinus in his Cheirons, speaking of
Athen_13.566   ;rosy-fingered", as Cratinus says, but who have one
Athen_13.596   spits at Delphi, which Cratinus mentions in the followin
Athen_14.629   ioned under this name by Cratinus in his Nemesis, and by
Athen_14.638   or the triangle. And Cratinus, in his Effeminate Perso
Athen_14.640   And Pontianus replied: - Cratinus says that Philippides
Athen_14.646   honey over them? And Cratinus, in his Laws, says -
Athen_14.657   appa;α'. And Cratinus, in his Odysseuses, has the
Athen_14.663   extravagance. And Cratinus speaks of their extravagant
Athen_15.666   was also called kottabos as Cratinus shows in his Nemesis But
Athen_15.667   And Cratinus, in his Nemesis says -
Athen_15.676   as for the expression in Cratinus: olisbos that is said in
Athen_15.677   at the public expense; and Cratinus the comic poet, in his
Athen_15.681   And Cratinus, in his Effeminate People says
Athen_15.685   and of kosmosandalon And Cratinus, in his Effeminate Persons
Athen_15.698   his plays; and so does Cratinus, a poet of the old
Lucian:Macr_25   of insanity. [25] Cratinus, the comic poet, lived ninety-
Philoch_134   enians] is made clear by Cratinus in his Cheirones, Pylaea
Plut:Mor_833   son of Lysidonides, whom Cratinus mentions in his Pytine

  Cratinus 4   the Younger - writer of Middle Comedy, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_6.241   of Blepaeus. And Cratinus the younger in his Titans says
Athen_11.460   scoured to brightness.'   Cratinus the Younger in Cheiron
Athen_11.469   the eighth book.   And Cratinus the Younger says : "From
Athen_14.661   And the younger Cratinus, in his play called The Giants
Athen_15.669   be guided by the younger Cratinus, who says in his Omphale

  Cratinus 5   of Methymne - a harp-player, later 4th century B.C.
Athen_12.538 played without singing,- Cratinus of Methymne, and Ariston

  Cratinus 6   of Aegeira - victor in the boys' wrestling contest at the Olympic Games, 260 B.C.
260/5 Cratinus of Aegeira wins the Olympic prize for boys' wrestling.

  Cratinus 7   of Sphettus - an Athenian envoy to Sparta, 392 B.C.
Philoch_149 docides of Cydathenaeum, Cratinus of Sphettus and Eubulide

  Cratinus   - in documents
SEG_57.510 (140-130)   as, Dionysios son of Kratinos and Eurykles son of P
Syll_538 (204/3)   l;ndros of (?) Phola, Kratinos of Tritea, [Poly]str
Syll_610 (190)   yboulas of Amphissa Kratinos of Tritea Archedamo
Syll_679 (190-140)   g with the architect Kratinos shall let out a contr
THI_103 (c. 190)   tratos of Physkos 50 Kratinos of Triteia K...mos, D
THI_61.A (c. 188/7)   wn Boys' pentathon:   Kratinos of . . . in The

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