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*Sibu/ntios), a reader and a slave of the orator Theodectes of Phaselis, who died before B. C. 333, was the first slave who professed the art of oratory. He wrote some works on rhetoric, which are mentioned by Suidas (s.v.) (Comp. Westermann, Geschichte der Griech. Beredtsamkeit, § 50, n. 6.)

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