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Cleode'mus

*Kleo/dhmos), the name of a physician introduced by Plutarch in his Septem Sapientum Convivium (100.10, ed. Tauchn.), and said to have used cupping more frequently than any other physician of his age, and to have brought that remedy into great repute by his example, in the first century after Christ.

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