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  Crates   - a writer of Old Comedy, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_2.50   and red arbutus. Crates saysó & Beauteous the breast of
Athen_6.247   upsilon;ς). Crates uses the word ἐπι&
Athen_6.267   dough . . . And Crates says, in his Beasts - & (A) &
Athen_11.478   handle. It is mentioned by Crates in Games of and by
Athen_14.619   men, as we learn from Crates in his Deeds of Daring;
Athen_15.690   And Crates mentions what he calls royal

  Crates 2   of Elis - victor in the contest for heralds at the Olympic games, 396 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_205 was added, and the winner was Crates of Elis. 97th [392

  Crates 3   of Macedonia - a relative of Harpalus, 4th century B.C.
Plut:Mor_179 Harpalus, on behalf of Crates his kinsman and intimate

  Crates 4   of Thebes - Cynic philosopher, pupil of Diogenes
Wikipedia entry
320/36 Crates the cynic philosopher denounces a statue of Phryne at Delphi.
315/1 ssander refounds Thebes, but Crates refuses to take part in the reset
306/7 Demetrius of Phalerum meets the Cynic philosopher Crates at Thebes.
301/21 After being a follower of Crates the cynic, Zenon starts to attend
295/9 Sayings of Alexinus, Crates, Glycera, and Theodorus about Stilpon.
295/10 ayings of Stilpon, addressed to Bion, Crates, Metrocles, and others.
286/6 fferent philosophers, including Crates, Theodorus, and Theophrastus.
285/8 Crates persuades Metrocles to become his follower.
285/9 The married life of Crates and Hipparchia.
285/10 Sayings of Crates, addressed to Menedemus, Nicodromus, and others.
285/11 General comments on the character and philosophy of Crates.
285/12 The death of the Cynic philosopher Crates.
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Crates
    Within translations:
AntipSid_7.413   untains. * & Wife of the Cynic Crates. [7.423] & { G-P 28
Apul:Flor_14   occasions, had such influence with Crates, that at last he rushed
Apul:Flor_22   † Crates, the well-known disciple of Diogenes,
Athen_10.422   duced by it.  And Crates the Cynic, as Sosicrates tells
Athen_13.591   teles. &# And when Crates the Cynic saw it, he called it
Demetr:Eloc_170   said of the poetry of Crates; and it would be well if
Demetr:Eloc_259   this character. Crates' words are an instance in Comedy
DiogLaert_7.12   culties which were distressing Crates his master. [13] And
DiogLaert_7.24   Tyre tells us, that when Crates dragged him by the cloak
DiogLaert_7.32   where he attached himself to Crates. And it seems, he
DiogLaert_7.2-4 *   has been already stated, of Crates. After that, they
Teles_46   losophy? Zenon says that Crates was once sitting in a shoe
Teles_38-41 *   them. Therefore Crates, when someone asked him, "What

  Crates 5   of Athens - Academic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
269/5b Crates becomes a pupil and close associate of Polemon.
265/14 saying of Crates, about a youth talking to himself.
265/15 The death of Crates of Athens, the Academic philosopher; Arcesilaus
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Crates
    Within translations:
SelPap_3.104   wind from Italy. Here Callicrates established me and called
AnthPal_7.103   1 } & On Polemon and Crates Stranger, as you pass by,
Apollod:Fr_14   book. [14] & DiogLaert_4'23 (Crates) & The writings of
Cic:Acad_1.34   and after them Polemon and Crates, and also Crantor, gathered in
Hieron:Chron_1749   died, and then Arcesilaus and Crates were in their prime.
Plut:Demetr_46   to the city. But Crates the philosopher, a man of great

  Crates 6   of Alexandria - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 212 B.C.
212/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Crates of Alexandria
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_207 race 142nd [212 B.C.] - Crates of Alexandria, stadion rac

  Crates 7   - the father of the Thessalian leader Amyntas, early 2nd century B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_243 Amyntas the son of Crates, from [?] Pieria; in his year

  Crates 8   of Mallus - Stoic philosopher and grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
168/60 Crates of Mallus lectures at Rome.
145/8 career of the philosopher Crates of Mallus, who was famous for his
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_17.9   by Pythagoras and attested by Crates of Pergamum in Mysia
Aelian:NA_17.37   saving his life. Crates of Pergamum says that Stesichoru
Athen_5.215   erodicus the follower of Crates has reported in his Agains
Athen_6.234   Herodicus the pupil of Crates has told us,) writing abou
Athen_6.235   to the parasites." But Crates, in the second book of his
Athen_11.490   to Zeus. Then the philologist Crates appropriated her idea as his
Athen_11.495   as a cylix.   But Crates, in the second book of
Athen_11.497   {98.}   Sannakra Crates, in the fifth book of
Athen_13.586   Herodicus the pupil of Crates says, in the sixth book
Athen_14.653   known to every one; and Crates, in the second book of his
Plin:HN_7.13   [13] Crates of Pergamum states that there
Plin:HN_7.28   grow old but die middle-aged. Crates of Pergamum tells of Indians
Plin:HN_7.31   is recorded by Clitarchus. [31] Crates of Pergamum says that the
Poseidon_98   more than twice. Crates said that the earth is a hemisph

  Crates 9   of Tarsus - Academic philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
130/6a Crates becomes head of the Academy, following the death of Carneades
128/2 hus becomes head of the Academy after the death of Crates of Tarsus.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_55 cles was archon [131/0], Crates of Tarsus succeeded him
Apollod:Fr_56 . . . After him, Crates of Tarsus died after being in

  Crates 10   - of (?) Olynthus - an engineer, 4th century B.C.
  + Craterus
323/21 Crates, an engineer working for Alexander, attempts to clear the subt
    Within translations:
PsCallisth_1.31 enes the Naucratitan and Craterus of Olynthus, also one

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