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date: 23 October 2020

Alexander of Abonuteichos 

Source:
Who's Who in the Classical World
Author(s):
David S. PotterDavid S. Potter

in Paphlagonia. He was a contemporary of Lucian whose bitterly hostile account, Alexander or the False Prophet, remains the most important source of information, although it must now be read against the evidence of inscriptions, coins, and works of art.... ...

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