Athryilatus

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Athryilatus (Greek:Αθρυίλατος) (1st-2nd century AD) a Greek physician from Thasos, Macedonia (Roman province). According to Plutarch's Symposiacs, Athryilatus considered women warmer than men; saying

Women endure cold better than men, they are not so sensible of the sharpness of the weather, and are contented with a few clothes.

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