Who was the coryphaeus in Attic drama?

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In Attic drama, the coryphaeus was the leader of the chorus. Hence the term is used for the chief or leader of any company or movement. The coryphaeus spoke for all the rest, whenever the chorus took part in the action, in quality of a person of the drama, during the course of the acts.
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