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CHARMIS (PERSON) [Gk Charmis (Χαρμις)]. One of the elders of Bethuliah (Jdt 6:15, 8:10, 10:6). He is also identified as the son of Melchiel. His name is a translation into Greek of the Hebrew name “Carmi” (Heb karmî), which appears in, e.g., Gen 46:9, Josh 7:1, Exod 6:14. He always appears with his fellow
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Volumes I–III
CHARMIS (Χάρμις), a physician of Marseilles, who came to Rome in the reign of Nero, a. d. 54–68, where he acquired great fame and wealth by reviving the practice of cold bathing. (Plin. H. N. xxix. 5.) He is said to have received from one patient two hundred thousand sesterces, or 1562l. 10s. (Plin.
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