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3. Of Syracuse, a contemporary of Dion. (Plut. Dion. 42.) He is perhaps the same as the one who is mentioned in Bekker's Anecdota (p. 351) and Suidas (s. v. ἀναρριχᾶσθαι) as an author who wrote in the Doric dialect.


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