Lamprias (Greek: Λαμπρίας) was Plutarch's grandfather as he attested in Moralia,[1] and in his Life of Antony. According to Plutarch, Lamprias was a man of eloquence and imagination. His name is also given by Suida. Very little is known of his life, although he probably lived in Chaeronea of Boeotia, in Southern Greece.

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  1. ^ Symposiacs, Book IX, questions II and III (online text Archived 2008-10-13 at the Wayback Machine at Adelaide library)

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