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3. Another flute-player, perhaps a descendant of No. 1, of whom Aelian (Ael. VH 33.13) tells us that, having often heard the lectures of the Stoic philosopher ARISTON of Chios, he became so attached to the study of philosophy as often to be tempted to devote his flutes to the fate with which Pandarus in Homer (Hom. Il. 5.215) threatens his bow and arrows.

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