Writer of New Comedy
Writer of New Comedy, appearing on the inscription of Lenaea winners in 6th place after Menander, 5th after Philemon and 3rd after Diphilus , and thus to be dated to the end of the 4th cent. BC . Ath. 9,401a quotes ‘Diphilus or C.’, as author of an Ágnoia, but at another point (15,700c) he talks only of Diphilus as author of this play. Even the barb against the orator Aristophon  that Ath. 13,577b attributes to C. is dubious [1. 53].