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Polyænus (Second Century)

Polyænus (pol-i-ē’nus). A Greek writer of the second century, native of Macedonia. He wrote a historical collection of instances of military ruses employed by Greeks, Romans, and Barbarians, entitled ‘Strategics,’ or ‘Stratagems,’ and inscribed to the emperors Marcus Antoninus and Lucius Verus. The work is extant.