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  • proper noun Alternative spelling of Cholargos.

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Examples

  • For Callicrates and Ictinus built the Parthenon; the chapel at Eleusis, where the mysteries were celebrated, was begun by Coroebus, who erected the pillars that stand upon the floor or pavement, and joined them to the architraves; and after his death Metagenes of Xypete added the frieze and the upper line of columns; Xenocles of Cholargus roofed or arched the lantern on the top of the temple of Castor and

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • Pericles was of the tribe Acamantis, and the township Cholargus, of the noblest birth both on his father’s and mother’s side.

    Pericles

  • Pericles was of the tribe of Acamantis, and the township Cholargus, of the noblest birth both on his father's and mother's side.

    The Boys' and Girls' Plutarch; being parts of the "Lives" of Plutarch, edited for boys and girls

  • Hyperbolus was the last, as Hipparchus of Cholargus, who was some relation to the despot of that name, was the first.

    Plutarch's Lives Volume III.

  • For Callicrates and Ictinus built the Parthenon; the chapel at Eleusis, where the mysteries were celebrated, was begun by Corœbus, who erected the pillars that stand upon the floor or pavement, and joined them to the architraves; and after his death Metagenes of Xypete added the frieze and the upper line of columns; Xenocles of Cholargus roofed or arched the lantern on the top of the temple of Castor and Pollux; and the long wall, which Socrates says he himself heard Pericles propose to the people, was undertaken by Callicrates.

    Pericles

  • Eleusis, where the mysteries were celebrated, was begun by Coroebus, who erected the pillars that stand upon the floor or pavement, and joined them to the architraves; and after his death Metagenes of Xypete added the frieze and the upper line of columns; Xenocles of Cholargus roofed or arched the lantern on the top of the temple of Castor and Pollux; and the long wall, which Socrates says he himself heard Pericles propose to the people, was undertaken by Callicrates.

    The Boys' and Girls' Plutarch; being parts of the "Lives" of Plutarch, edited for boys and girls

  • Pericles was of the tribe Acamantis, and the township Cholargus, of the noblest birth both on his father’s and mother’s side.

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

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