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*Damo/filos), a philosopher and sophist, was brought up by Julian, who was consul under the emperor Marcus. His writings were very numerous; the following were found in the libraries by Suidas: 1. Φιλόβιβλος, the first book of which was upon books worth having (περὶ ἀξιοκτήτων βιβλίων), and was addressed to Lollius Maximus; 2. On the Lives of the Ancients (περὶ βίων ἀρχαίων); and very many others. (Suid. s.v. Voss. Hist. Graec. pp. 269, 270, ed. Westermann.)


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