orator, Cilix genere, Olymp. 103. discipulus Platonis, Isocratis et Aristotelis, qui ei suos de Rehethorica libros dedicavit: ab Artemisia, ut Mausolum pto funere laudaret, adhibitus est: Conversus deinde ad Tragoedias, scripsit fabulas L. Deccssit Atheins annos natus 41. Scripsit et versibus artem Rhetoricam, laudavit et virum Artemisae, ut dictum, una cum claris eô tempore oratoribus. Alius orator, proris fil. qui scripsit encomium Alexandri regis Epirotarum. commentarios historiae, atem Rhetoricam libris 6. aliaque auqmplurima. Suidas, Vosl. de Poet. et Hist. Graec. quod S. Scripturam in scenam transferre vellet, divinitus punitus, sanatusque. Ioseph.

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