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Φάων), of Phlius, a Pythagorean philosopher, one of the last of that school, a disciple of Philolaus and Eurytus, and, probably in his old age, contemporary with Aristoxenus, the Peripatetic, B. C. 320. (lamblich. de Vit. Pythag. cc. 35, 36; Diog. Leart. 8.46.)


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