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Polemon of Laodicea 
ancient Greek sophist (90-144)
Bust Polemon philosopher 140 AD, NAMA 427 102864.jpg
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Antonios Polemon of Laodicea (Laodikaia) Syrians. The philosopher, whom the Emperor Hadrian commissioned the opening speech at the opening of the temple of Olympian Zeus in 131 AD. He was a teacher of Herodes Atticus. Busta, pentelic marble, circa 140 AD. Finding: Olympeion (Temple of Olympian Zeus) in Athens. National Archaeological Museum of Athens N 427.

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