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Callimachus

[ kuh-lim-uh-kuhs ]
/ kəˈlɪm ə kəs /
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noun
c310–c240 b.c., Greek poet, grammarian, and critic.
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Callimachus
/ (kəˈlɪməkəs) /

noun
late 5th century bc, Greek sculptor, reputed to have invented the Corinthian capital
?305–?240 bc, Greek poet of the Alexandrian School; author of hymns and epigrams
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