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Cachrylion (Kachrylion, potter)

Cadmus of Miletus

Caecilius of Calacte

Caesarion

Calamis

Callias (II)
Callias (III)
Callias of Chalcis

Callibius

Callicles, iatros
Callicles of Megara
Callicles of Sidon, stadion race winner 57 AD

Callicrates
Callicrates of Lacedaemon
Callicrates of Tyre

Callicratidas

Callicritus

Callidemus

Callimachus of Aphidnae

Callimedon

Callines

Callinicus "Sutorius"

Callinus of Ephesus

Callinus

Callipateira

Calliphon of Samos

Callipides, tragic actor (who was proud with his performance " to fill the seats with weeping audiences")

Callippus of Cyzicus

Callipus, the son of Moerocles

Callipus of Athens, pentathlet

Callisthenes
Callisthenes of Laconia, stadion race winner 676 BC

Callistonicus

Callistratus of Aphidnae
Callistratus the son of Empedus
Campaspe the mistress of Alexander the Great
Callixenus of Rhodes
Cantharus of Sicyon
Caranus of Macedonia
Caranus (Karanos), King of Macedon
Carcinus
Carneades
Carystius
Cassander
Castor of Rhodes
Castorion of Soli
Cebes

Cephisodorus, known from an inscription of beeing the owner of 16 slaves (costs 60 to 300 Drachmae per slave)

Cephisodotus
Cephisodotus (Kephisodotos, "gift of Kephisos")
Cephisodotus (general)
Cephisophon
Cephisophon of Paeania

Cercidas

Chabrias

Chaereas
Chaereas son of Archestratus

Chaerecrates
Chaeremon of Athens
Chaeremon of Alexandria
Chaerephron

Chaeris

Chaeron
Chairephilos of Athens, the salt-fish seller

Chalcideus
Chamaeleon
Charax
Charaxus of Mytilene
Chares of Lindos

Chares of Mytilene
Charicles (tyrant)
Charidemus
Charila (See Charila Festival)
Charillus (Charilaus)
Charinus, Eponymous Archon of Athens
Chariton of Aphrodisias

Charixena
Charmadas
Charmis of Laconia, stadion race winner 668 BC
Charon of Lampsacus
Charon of Magnesia
Charondas
Charopinus , (Herodotus Histories)
Cheirisophos
Chelidonis

Chelis Painter
Chelis, Potter

Chersiphron
Chilon of Sparta
Chion of Heraclea
Chionides
Chionis of Laconia, stadion race winner 664, 660 and 656 BC
Choerilus

Choerilus of Iasus
Choerilus of Samos
Chremonides
Christodorus
Chromios of Aitna, Chariot race, Pindar Nemea Ode 1
Chrysamaxus of Laconia, stadion race winner 596 BC
Chryses of Alexandria
Chrysippus of Cnidus, Physician
Chrysippus of Soli
Chrysippus of Tyana (Tyanensis)
Chrysogonus, the flute player
Chrysogonus, father of Samus
Chrysogonus of Nicaea, stadion race winner 116 and 112 BC
Chrysothemis from Crete
Chrysothemis and Eutelidas of Argos
Chrysus of Cos
Cimon
Cimon of Cleonae
Cineas
Cleandrus (Kleandros) of Aegina, Boy's Pancration, Pindar Isthmia 6 ode
Cleanthes
Clearchus


Clearchus of Heraclea
Clearchus of Soli
Cleinias
Cleisthenes of Athens
Cleisthenes of Sicyon
Cleitagora
Cleitarchus
Cleitarchus of Eretria

Cleobulus
Cleochares, the son of Bion
Cleombrotus of Ambracia, experimental philosopher
Cleombrotus son of Anaxandrides
Cleombrotus I

Cleombrotus II
Cleomedes
Cleomedes of Athens son of Lycomedes
Cleomedes of Astypalaea
Cleomenes of Naucratis
Cleomenes I
Cleomenes II
Cleomenes III

Cleomenes of Athens
Cleomenes, cynic philosopher
Cleomenes (physician, eating disorder bulimia).
Cleomenes, rhapsodist
Cleomenes of Rhegium
Cleomyttades son of Crisamis I
Cleomyttades son of Crisamis II
Cleon
Cleon of Epidaurus, stadion race winner 608 BC
Cleon of Sicyon
Cleonaeus of Rhodes
Cleondas of Thebes, stadion race winner 616 BC
Cleonicus of Naupactus
Cleonymus
Cleonymus son of Sphodrias
Cleopatra I
Cleopatra II
Cleopatra III
Cleopatra IV
Cleopatra Selene I
Cleopatra Thea
Cleopatra V
Cleopatra VI
Cleopatra VII "Thea Neotera" , Makers of History, Cleopatra by Jacob Abbott

Cleopatra VIII (or Cleopatra Selene II)

Cleopatra of Mauretania (Cleopatra IX)

Cleophon
Cleophrades (Kleophrades) Painter
Cleoptolemus of Laconia, stadion race winner 684 BC
Cleostratus of Tenedos
Cliton of Macedonia, stadion race winner 328 BC
Clitus the Black
Clitus the White

Coenus
Coenus (Koinos), King of Macedon
Colaeus
Coluthus of Lycopolis
Colotes , sculptor
Colotes of Lampsacus
Comeas
Conon
Conon of Athens
Conon (mythographer)
Coragus
Corax of Syracuse
Corinna

Coriscus of Scepsis

Cosmas Indicopleustes
Cranaus of Sicyon, stadion race winner 145 AD
Crantor
Craterus
Crates of Alexandria, stadion race winner 212 BC
Crates of Mallus
Crates of Olynthus
Crates of Thebes
Cratesipolis
Crateuas the Herbalist
Cratinus
Cratinus of Megara, stadion race winner 652 BC
Cratippus
Crattipus of Mytilene
Creon
Creophylus of Samos
Cresilas
Crinagoras of Mytilene
Crisson of Himera, stadion race winner 448 , 444 and 440 BC
Critias
Critius
Crito
Critolaus
Critolaus of Megalopolis
Crocinas of Larissa, stadion race winner 404 BC
Ctesias of Cnidus
Ctesibius of Alexandria
Cylon
Cynaegeirus, brother of Aeschylus
Cynaethus of Chios (or Cinaethus)
Cynane
Cynisca

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