(Καλαμίτης; Kalamítēs). Attic hero whose sanctuary was probably not far from the market, near the municipal Lenaion in Athens, which suggests a connection to Dionysus [1. 124]. According to schol. Patm. on Demosth. Or. 18.129, C. derives from the word kálamos (‘reed’) ; by deriving kalámē (‘grain stalk’) according to a different tradition , C. would become a part of the Demeter circle.
2 S. Eitrem, s.v. K., RE 10, 1537
3 M. J. Sakkélion, Scholies de Démosthène, in: BCH 1, 1877, 142.