Eupolis yo͞o´pəlĭs [key], fl. 430–411 BC, Athenian comic poet. He seems to have collaborated with Aristophanes, whom he also attacked another of his victims was Alcibiades. His plays, satirical and malicious, were greatly admired by the ancients. Fragments of his work survive.

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