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1. Of Tyana, a learned writer on the art of cookery, or more properly speaking, on the art of making bread or sweetmeats, is called by Athenaeus σοφὸς πεμματολόψος, and seems to have been little known before the time of the latter author. One of his works treated specially of the art of bread-making, and was entitled Ἀρτοκοπικός. (Athen. 3.113, xiv. pp. 647, c., 648, a. c.)

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