Charidemus   - in ancient sources @

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  Charidemus   - a priest of Apollo Carneius at Sicyon
Euseb]:Chron_173 for 33 years. Then Charidemus was appointed priest; but
Euseb]:Chron_177 for (?) twelve years. Lastly, Charidemus for one year.

  Charidemus 2   - a commander of mercenaries, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Philoch_50 ched to their assistance Charidemus, who held command in
Polyaen_3.14.1 further loss or danger. [14] & Charidemus. When the inhabi

  Charidemus 3   - an Athenian, forced into exile by Alexander, 335 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
DionHal:Din_13 Satyrus against Charidemus, in a guardianship suit: "Le
Plut:Phoc_16 art of the citizens drew Charidemus to the rostrum, and
Plut:Phoc_17 nes, Lycurgus, Hypereides, and Charidemus. The whole assem

  Charidemus 4   - an exile from Chalcetorium
Apollod:Fr_26 Chronica: "With him was Charidemus, the exile from Chalce

  Charidemus   - in documents
Meleager_12.68 112 } & I do not wish Charidemus to be mine ; for the
Nicarch_11.7 [11.7] & No one, Charidemus, can constantly sleep with
SelPap_1.177 Tasoucharion daughter of Charidemus and to Charition d
SelPap_2.281 for Philadelphia, and Charidemus, collector of poll
Syll_322 Pamphilos - adopted by Charidemos Diagoras son of Pr
Syll_399 (278/7)   xandros Perrhaiboi : Charidemos of Gonnoi, son of

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