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Băthyllus , i, m., = Βάθυλλος.
I. A Samian boy, beloved by Anacreon, Hor. Epod. 14, 9; cf. Anacr. 22.—
II. A celebrated pantomime of Alexandria, a favorite of Mœcenas, and rival of the equally celebrated Pylades, Tac. A. 1, 54 Gron.; Juv. 6, 63; Pers. 5, 123 Schol.; Sen. Q. N. 7, 32, 5; cf. Suid. s. v. ῎Ορχησις, tom. ii. p. 720 Kust.
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