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Leotro'phides

Λεωτροφίδης), one of the Athenian dithyrambic poets, whom Aristophanes ridicules (Av. 1405, 6). The meagreness of his person, as well as of his poetry, made him a standing jest with the comic poets. (Schol. in Aristoph. l.c.; Suid. s. v.; Ath. xii. p. 551a. b.)

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