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The following biography is reprinted from The Theatre of the Greeks: A Series of Papers Relating to the History and Criticism of the Greek Drama. John William Donaldson. Cambridge: Pitt Press, 1836. pp. 98-9.

DINOLOCHUS, according to Suidas the son, according to others, the scholar of Epicharmus, flourished about B.C. 487. He was a native of Syracuse or Agrigentum: probably he was born at the latter place, and represented at Syracuse. Ælian says he contended with Epicharmus.

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