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1. A Pythagorean, the friend of Damon, who was condemned to die by Dionysius the elder. The well-known anecdote of their friendship, and the effect produced by it onl the tyrant, has been already related under DAMON. Valerius Maximus writes the name Pythias; but Cicero follows the Greek authors in adopting the form Phintias.

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