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A Greek philosopher and poet, of Phlius, who flourished about 250 B.C. He composed three books of Silloi (q.v.), in which, in the form of a parody of the epic poetry of Homer, he wittily ridiculed the dogmatic philosophers from the Sceptic point of view. As the chief representative of this style of writing he was styled simply the Sillographer. We only possess fragments of his works.
 
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A peculiar kind of Greek lampoons in an epic form, such as Xenophanes of Colophon was the first to level against poets and philosophers. The principal representative of this class was Timon of Phlius. (See TIMON.)
 
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