Chaerēmon in Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities
（Χαιρήμων). A Greek tragedian, who flourished at Athens about B.C. 380. His style was smooth and picturesque, but his plays were artificial, and better adapted for reading than for performance. A few fragments of them remain, which show some imaginative power (Arist. Poet. i. 9). Ed. by Bartsch (Măinz, 1843).
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