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*)Anti/dotos), an Athenian comic poet, of whom we know nothing, except that he was of the middle comedy, which is evident from the fact that a certain play, the Ὁμοία, is ascribed both to him and to Alexis. (Athen. 14.642.) We have the titles of two other plays of his, and it is thought that his name ought to be restored in Athenaeus (i. p. 28e.) and Pollux (6.99). (See Meineke, i. p. 416.)


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