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Archĭas , ae, m., = Ἀρχίας.
I. Aulus Licinius, a Greek poet of Antiochia, who became distinguished by Cicero's defence of him; v. Cic. Or. pro Archia.—
II. A cabinet-maker; hence, Archiăcus , a, um: lecti, a couch made by Archias, and from the context, a plain couch, Hor. Ep. 1, 5, 1.
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