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Εὐτράπελος). “Ready-witted.” The nickname of a Roman knight, Publius Volumnius, who was the boon companion of Antony in his debauches. His mistress, Cytheris, called after him Volumnia, was given by him to Antony (Ad Att. xv. 8.1; Epist. i. 18.31).

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