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*Filo/laos), a Corinthian of the house of the Bacchiadae. Having become enamoured of a youth named Diocles, and the latter having quitted Corinth, Philolaus accompanied him. They settled in Thebes, where Philolaus proposed some laws, which were adopted by the Thebans (Aristot. Pol. 2.9).


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