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*Ei)/klous), an ancient Cyprian soothsayer, who, according to Pausanias (10.12.6, 14.3, 24.3), lived before tlhe time of Homer, who, as he predicted, was to spring from Cyprus. Pausanias quotes some lines professing to be the bard's prophecy of this event. The poem called the Cyprian Poem has been erroneously supposed to have been of his composition. (Fabric. Bibl. Graec. vol. i. p. 35.)


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