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Headword: Chairêmôn
Adler number: chi,170
Translated headword: Chairemon, Chaeremon
Vetting Status: high
A comic poet.[1] His plays are as follows: Wounded Man, as Athenaeus says, and Oineus and Alphesiboia and Centaur and Dionysos and Odysseus and Thyestes and Minyai.[2] [There is] also another [sc. Chairemon], who wrote Hieroglyphics.[3]
Greek Original:
Chairêmôn, kômikos. tôn dramatôn autou esti tauta: Traumatias, hôs Athênaios phêsin, kai Oineus kai Alphesiboia kai Kentauros kai Dionusos kai Odusseus kai Thuestês kai Minuai. kai heteros Chairêmôn, grapsas Hierogluphika.
[1] A tragic poet, rather. For the two homonyms covered by this entry see OCD(4) p.303, s.v. Chaeremon(1) and (2).
[2] Athenaeus, Deipnosophists 13.608A-F (13.87-88 Kaibel). For another title see omega 237.
[3] Cross-referenced at iota 175.
Keywords: biography; definition; historiography; mythology; tragedy
Translated by: David Whitehead on 1 January 2004@09:12:47.
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