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1 Heros the bone-setter: this interpretation is doubtful; it assumes （1） identity with a person called, more respectfully, Heros the physician, in a similar passage of the speech On the Embassy, Dem. 19; （2） thatκαλαμίτηςmay mean one who uses splints （κάλαμοι）. Otherwise: near the shrine （or statue） of the hero Calamites— unknown elsewhere, but perhaps identical with the Lycian “Hero Physician.” See Essay 6. in Goodwin's edition.
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