Charops   - in ancient sources @

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  Charops   - Athenian archon, 8th century B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_189 archons for ten years each: Charops, for ten years. Aes
Euseb]:Chron_275 752 B.C.], and at Athens Charops was in the first year of
Euseb]:Chron_293 lympiad [752 B.C.], when Charops at Athens was in the firs

  Charops 2   - ruler of Epirus, who supported the Romans against Philippus, 198 B.C.
Ennius:Ann_330 any reward ? [330-1] & Charops assures Flamininus that

  Charops 3   - ruler of Epirus; died in 159 B.C.
170/1 forced by the accusations of Charops to openly support Perseus.
160/8 Charops of Epirus appears before the senate, but fails to win their
159/4 The cruelty of Charops as ruler of Epirus.
159/5 Charops of Epirus dies at Brundisium after appearing before the Roman

  Charops 4   - an ancient Athenian, the son-in-law of Cephalus
Philoch_28 ghter of Cephalus, and wife of Charops. [29] & HARPOCRATIO

  Charops   - in documents
SEG_35.665 (c. 160)   iskos Boïskos son of Charops Anikatos and Damo

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