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Φαίαξ). An Athenian orator and statesman and a contemporary of Nicias and Alcibiades (Alcib. 13). Some critics maintain that the extant speech against Alcibiades, once commonly attributed to Andocides, was written by Phaeax; but it is now generally held to be the work of a later sophist.

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