Callimachus

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Cal·lim·a·chus 1

 (kə-lĭm′ə-kəs) Fifth century bc.
Greek sculptor who reputedly designed the Corinthian column.

Cal·lim·a·chus 2

 (kə-lĭm′ə-kəs) Third century bc.
Greek poet and scholar whose extant works include 64 epigrams and a catalog of the library at Alexandria.
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Callimachus

(kəˈlɪməkəs)
n
1. (Biography) late 5th century bc, Greek sculptor, reputed to have invented the Corinthian capital
2. (Biography) ?305–?240 bc, Greek poet of the Alexandrian School; author of hymns and epigrams
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Por sinal, os dois personagens nomeados para tais funcoes, Pratomedes, filho de Philippos, e Androcles, filho de Callimachos, constavam coomo lochagoi monippon e lochagoi de pestaltes em uma lista militar da metade do seculo IV a.C.
Callimachos's famous epyllion, surviving only in fragments, tells us that there once lived on the hill of Erchtheus an Attic woman.
"Callimachos and Chrysorrhoe": The Question of Genre // XVI International Byzantinistenkongresse.