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Φρύννις) or Phrynis (Φρῦνις). A writer of dithyrambic verse, born at Mitylené, but a resident of Athens about the time of the Peloponnesian War. He is said to have added two strings to the heptachord, and to have been the first to conquer at the musical contests introduced into the Panathenaea by Pericles (cf. Nub. 971; Mus. p. 1146).

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