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Herme'sianax

3. Of Colophon, the son of Agoneus, an athlete, whose statue was erected by his fellow-citizens in honour of his victory at Olympia (Paus. 6.17.3). If he had been, as Vossius (l.c.) supposes, the same person as the poet, we may be sure that Pausanias would have said so.

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