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Polus

Πῶλος).


1.

A rhetorician of Agrigentum, introduced by Plato as a speaker in the Gorgias.


2.

A Greek tragic actor of much repute. He is said to have acted in eight tragedies on four successive days when seventy years of age (Plut. Dem. 28).

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