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date: 09 December 2022

Toxarislocked

Toxarislocked

  • Antony Spawforth

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Toxaris, one of the two speakers in Lucian's fictional essay of the same name, representing him as a Scythian visitor to Athens, given heroic honours there after his death in gratitude for good medical advice sent by him in a dream in time of plague.

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  • Greek Literature

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