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Polybius

Line breaks: Po¦lyb|ius
Pronunciation: /pəˈlɪbɪəs
 
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Definition of Polybius in English:

( Circa 200-circa 118 bc), Greek historian. His forty books of Histories (only partially extant) chronicled the rise of the Roman Empire from 220 to 146 bc.

Words that rhyme with Polybius

amphibious

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