Update

Overview

Basil, St, ‘the Great’

(c. 330—379)

Return to overview »

You are looking at 1-4 of 4 entries  for:

  • Type: Overview Page x
  • Classical studies x
clear all

View:

Himerius

Himerius  

Reference type:
Overview Page
(c. ad 310–c. 390),Greek rhetorician. Born in Prusias in Bithynia, he studied in Athens, where he spent most of his life as a successful teacher of rhetoric. He was ...
image

image  

1 The representation of an object that is produced when electromagnetic radiation passes through it or is reflected from it. Visible images are formed when light impinges on the retina, and various ...
John Philoponus

John Philoponus  

Reference type:
Overview Page
(c.ad 490–c.570)Christian Neoplatonist and influential physicist. He held heretical ideas about the beginning of the world, about which he wrote tracts criticizing both Aristotle and Proclus. His ...
Libanius

Libanius  

Reference type:
Overview Page
B. at Antioch (ad 314), died there (c.393), was a Greek rhetor and man of letters who embodied in his work many of the ideals and aspirations of the pagan Greek urban upper classes of late antiquity. ...

View: