choragic. Pertaining to the leader (choragus) of a Greek chorus, so a choragic monument (such as that of Lysicrates (334 bc) or Thrasyllus (319–279 bc) in Athens) was one created in honour of a choragus, and supported a bronze tripod given as a prize.
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