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Ammonios

(᾽Αμμώνιος), teacher and commentator on Aristotle; born Alexandria late 5th C., died after 517. Ammonios imbibed paganism from his philosophically minded parents; after the death ...

Ammonios

Ammonios  

(᾽Αμμώνιος), teacher and commentator on Aristotle; born Alexandria late 5th C., died after 517.Ammonios imbibed paganism from his philosophically minded parents; after the death of his father ...
Damaskios

Damaskios  

(Δαμάσκιος), or Damaskios Diadochos, last scholarch of the Academy of Athens; born Damascus ca.460?, died after 538. Damaskios both studied and taught rhetoric at Alexandria, also studying Plato with ...
Olympiodoros of Alexandria

Olympiodoros of Alexandria  

Neoplatonist philosopher; born ca.500, died after 564/5.A pupil of Ammonios, Olympiodoros (᾽Ολυμπιόδωρος) taught philosophy in Alexandria and achieved fame as the “Great Philosopher.” His ...
Simplikios

Simplikios  

(Σιμπλίκιος), philosopher who studied under Ammonios at Alexandria and Damaskios at Athens; born Cilicia 6th C.Some time after Justinian's interference with the Academy of Athens in 529, Simplikios ...
Eutokios

Eutokios  

(Εὑτόκιος), commentator on mathematical works; born Ascalon ca.480.A contemporary of Ammonios and Anthemios of Tralles, Eutokios was active in Alexandria and perhaps Constantinople in the early 6th ...

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