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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 498 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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COMPLETE EDITIONs.—Needham (1704), Niclas (1781), Beckh (1895); see also Gemoll in Berliner Studien, i. (1884); Oder in Rheinisches Museum, xlv. (189o), xlviii. (1893),, and De Raynal in Annuaire de l'Assoc. pour l'Encouragement des Etudes Grecques, viii. (1874).
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