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1 See B. vii. c. 57. (Vol. II. p. 233), where he is mentioned as an Athenian. It is not improbable that he became a citizen of Athens in the seventy-ninth Olympiad, B.C. 463, when Thasos was brought under the power of Athens, and, as Sillig suggests, at the solicitation of Cimon, the son of Miltiades. It is generally supposed that he flourished about the eightieth Olympiad.
2 Belonging to the Theatre of Pompey, in the Ninth Region of the City.
3 With scenes from the Trojan War, and the adventures of Ulysses.
4 Or "Variegated;" from its various pictures.
5 See B. xxxiii. c. 56.
6 See B. vii. c. 37.
7 She is again mentioned in Chapter 40.
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