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2. A native of Phlius, who came to Athens, and putting on male attire, was for some time a hearer of Plato, and afterwards of Speusippus. (D. L. 3.46, 4.2; Clem. Alex. Stromat. iv. p. 523; Themistius, Orat. iv.)


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