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One of the disciples of Socrates, and by trade a leather-cutter. Socrates used to visit his shop and chat with him on various subjects, and these conversations were afterwards written down and published, making in all thirtythree dialogues. They are now wholly lost (Diog. Laert. ii. 122).


An artist of Aegina, famous for his works in bronze. He flourished in the fifth century B.C.

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