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date: 22 April 2024

Aristotle, 

Source:
The Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium
Author(s):
John DuffyJohn Duffy, Alexander KazhdanAlexander Kazhdan

ancient Greek philosopher; born 384 b.c., died 322.Byz. higher education always centered on the study of Aristotle. His works have been transmitted in over 1,000 MSS dated between the 9th and 16th C., making him by far the most widely copied ancient Greek author; he is also the most commented on. In the early period, interest in Aristotle was particularly strong at the school of Alexandria, where ... ...

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