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Polyides (Fourth Century B.C.)

Polyides (pol-ē-ī’des). A Greek poet and musician of the fourth century B.C.; famous for his dithyrambs. To him is credited by Welcker the tragedy of ‘Iphigenia,’ some passages from which are quoted by Aristotle in his ‘Poetics.’