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5. Of Athens, a cynic philosopher in the time of Hadrian and the Antonines. Philostratius relates, that when Lollianus was in danger of being stoned by the Athenians in a tumult about bread, Pancrates quieted the mob by exclaiming that Lollianus was not an ἀρτοπώλης but a λογοπώλης (Philostr. Vit. Sophist. p. 526; LOLLIANUS). Alciphron also mentions a cynic philosopher of this name (3.55. p. 406).

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