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Eudaemon

Εὐδαίμων).

1. The name of two victors in the Olympian games. One of them was an Egyptian, and won the prize in boxing, but the year is not known. (Philostr. Her. 2.6.) The. other was a native of Alexandria, and gained a victory in the foot-race in Ol. 237, or A. D. 169. (African. apud Euseb. Chron. p. 44, 2d. edit. Scalig.)

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