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*Fi/lagros), of Cilicia, was a Greek rhetorician, and a pupil of Lollianus, and consequently lived in the time of the Antonines. An account of him is given by Philostratus (Vit. Soph. 2.8), from which we learn that he was of a very vehement and quarrelsome disposition, and that after various wanderings he eventually settled at Rome.

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