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*Ka/tros), of Elis, the son of one Pythagoras, who acquired great renown from obtaining the victory in wrestling and the pancratium on the same day, in the Olympic games. (Ol. 142, B. C. 212.) He is said to have been the first after Heracles, according to Pausanias, or the second, according to Africanus, who conquered in these two contests on the same day. (Paus. 5.21.5, 6.15.3, 6; Euseb. Ἐλλ. δλ. p. 42, ed. Scaliger ; Krause, Olympia, p. 306.)

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