Chariton

Chariton of Aphrodisias (Χαρίτων Ἀφροδισεύς) was the author of an ancient Greek novel probably titled Callirhoe (based on the subscription in the sole surviving manuscript), though it is regularly referred to as Chaereas and Callirhoe (which more closely aligns with the title given at the head of the manuscript). Recent evidence ...
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Chariton

(lived 2nd century) Greek romance writer, born at Aphrodisias in Caria. His Loves of Chaereas and Callirrhoe, some episodes of which are historical, is set at the time of the Peloponnesian War. ...
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Chariton

[name] Chariton (Greek: Χαρίτων) is a name of Greek language origin. In modern times it may be used as both as given name and family name, it several spellings, depending on the language, including Hariton, Charyton, Khariton. ...
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Chariton

Greek novelist, author of Chaereas and Callirhoë, probably the earliest fully extant romantic novel in Western literature. The romances of Chariton ...
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