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a silver-chaser, who lived at Rome in the time of Pompey the Great, and executed works representing battles and armed men (Plin. Nat. 33.12. s. 55). The name has been corrupted, in the common editions of Pliny, into Laedus Stratiates, and the true reading is not quite certain. Thiersch proposes Lysistratides (Epoch. pp. 297, 298; comp. Sillig. Catal. Artif s. v.)


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