Alciphron

Alciphron (ălˈsĭfrŏn, –frən) [key], fl. c.A.D. 200?, Greek satirist. His only extant work, in fine Attic style, consists of over 100 fictitious letters from ordinary people living in Athens in the 4th cent. B.C.

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