Διονυσοκόλακες

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Etymology[edit]

From Διόνυσος (Diónusos, Dionysus) + κόλαξ (kólax, flatterer)

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Διονῡσοκόλακες (Dionūsokólakesm (genitive Διονυσοκολάκων); third declension

  1. nickname given to the τεχνῖται Διονυσιακοί (tekhnîtai Dionusiakoí, thespians)
    1. flatterers of Dionysius the Tyrant, including the school of Plato

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