Polus

Polus (Greek: Πῶλος, `colt`; fl. c. 5th century BCE) was an Ancient Greek Athenian philosophical figure best remembered for his depiction in the writing of Plato. He was a pupil of the famous orator Gorgias, and teacher of oratory from the city of Acragas, Sicily. All that is known of Polus derives from the Socratic dialogues of Plato, whi.....
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Polus

(from the article `directing`) ...actors, however, was probably being regularly practiced as early as the 4th century , when the Greek political orator Demosthenes is said to have ... The most famous instance of supposed acting in ancient Greece was that of the actor Polus performing in the Electra of Sophocles, at Athens in the ... ...
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polus

(po´lәs) Latin word meaning pole; a term used in anatomy.
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Polus

Roman name of Coeus, the celestial axis.
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polus

Synonym: pole. ... Origin: L. Pole ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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polus

Type: Term Pronunciation: pō′lŭs, -lī Synonyms: pole
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