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According to Suda, Plato, on his departure for Sicily in 361 / 360 BC, left the Academy in the charge of Heraclides.
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According to the Suda, a 10th century encyclopedia, Alexis was the paternal uncle of the dramatist Menander and wrote 245 comedies, of which only fragments now survive, including some 130 preserved titles.
According to the Suda he wrote 245 comedies, of which only fragments including some 130 titles survive.
According to the Suda ( an 11th-century encyclopaedia of Byzantium which likely took its information from traditional accounts ), Herodotus learned the Ionian dialect as a boy living on the island of Samos, whither he had fled with his family from the oppressions of Lygdamis, tyrant of Halicarnassus and grandson of Artemisia I of Caria.
According to Suda, his father's name was Meidon and his grandfather, also named Bacchylides, was a famous athlete, yet according to Etymologicum Magnum his father's name was Meidylus.
According to the Byzantine encyclopaedia, Suda: " He was born in the 56th Olympiad ( 556 / 552 BC ) or according to some writers in the 62nd ( 532 / 528 ) and he survived until the 78th ( 468 / 464 ), having lived eighty-nine years.
According to the Suda, this grandson was yet another Simonides and he was the author of books on genealogy.
According to Athenaeus, he was small, thin and surprisingly strong The Byzantine encyclopaedia Suda, recorded that he was expelled from Ephesus by the tyrants Athenagoras and Comas, then settled in Clazomenae, and that he wrote verses satirising Bupalis and Athenis because they made insulting likenesses of him.
According to an alternate version cited in the dictionary of Suda, the Meleagrids were companions of Iocallis, a maiden of Leros who was honored as a deity.
According to the dictionary Suda, however, the proverbial expression " Termerian mischief " was due to a fortified dungeon located in Caria near Mount Termerion lying between Myndus and Halicarnassus.
According to the Suda, he heaped insults on Aristotle after his death, because Aristotle had designated Theophrastus as the next head of the Peripatetic school, a position which Aristoxenus himself had coveted having achieved great distinction as a pupil of Aristotle.
According to Suda, both his " constitution " () and his " precepts " () were composed in elegiac couplets, but Pausanias also mentions " anapests ", a few lines of which, quoted by Dio Chrysostom and attributed to Tyrtaeus by a scholiast, could have belonged to the so-called " war songs " (), of which nothing else survives.
According to the Suda, the massive tenth century Byzantine Greek historical encyclopedia, he was the son of Socles, but was adopted by Lycus of Rhegium.
According to Aristophanes of Byzantium, Sophocles wrote 130 plays, 17 of which are spurious, the Suda lexicon ' I counted 123.
According to the Suda, and his biographer Eunapius, he was born at Chalcis ( modern Qinnasrin ) in Syria.
According to the Suda, it consisted of 39 books ; but Photios, who gives a tolerably full epitome of the work, mentions only 17.
According to the Suda, Aristarchus wrote 800 treatises () on various topics ; these are all lost but for fragments preserved in the various scholia.
According to the Suda ( Alpha 4025 ), Artemidorus also penned a Oiônoscopica ( Interpretation of Birds ) and a Chiroscopica ( Palmistry ), but neither has survived, and the authorship is discounted.
According to the Suda, Coluthus, often Colluthus, of Lycopolis in the Egyptian Thebaid, was an epic poet writing in Greek, who flourished during the reign of Anastasius I ( 491-518 ).
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According to 20th-century scholar Walther Ludwig, the poems were spuriously inserted into an early biography of Plato sometime between 250 BC and 100 BC and adopted by later writers from this source.
According to Plato, Atlantis was a naval power lying " in front of the Pillars of Hercules " that conquered many parts of Western Europe and Africa 9, 000 years before the time of Solon, or approximately 9600 BC.
According to Plato, it is associated with the octahedron ; air is considered to be both hot and wet.
According to Plato, her mother vetoed both jobs, either fearing Plato would be typecast, or subjected to unsavory subject matter.
According to both Plato and Aristotle, Heraclitus was said to have denied the law of noncontradiction.
According to Plato, there are some forms that are not instantiated at all, but, he contends, that does not imply that the forms could not be instantiated.
According to Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philologist and philosopher, and Constantine Paparrigopoulos, a major Greek historian, Demosthenes was a student of Isocrates ; according to Cicero, Quintillian and the Roman biographer Hermippus, he was a student of Plato.
According to Plato, the first king of Atlantis was also named Atlas, but that Atlas was a son of Poseidon and the mortal woman Cleito.
According to a story reported by Simplicius, Plato posed a question for Greek astronomers: " By the assumption of what uniform and orderly motions can the apparent motions of the planets be accounted for?
According to Plato ( c. 427 BC ), Rhadamanthus, Aeacus and Minos were the judges of the dead and chose who went to Tartarus.
According to Diogenes Laertius, he had a brother named Dropidas and was an ancestor ( six generations removed ) of Plato.
According to Plutarch, Plato gave the problem to Eudoxus and Archytas and Menaechmus, who solved the problem using mechanical means, earning a rebuke from Plato for not solving the problem using pure geometry ( Plut., Quaestiones convivales VIII. ii, 718ef ).
According to Plato, the four elements are derived from a common source or prima materia ( first matter ), associated with chaos.
According to John of Salisbury, Bernard composed a prose treatise De expositione Porphyrii, a metrical treatise on the same subject, a moral poem on education, and probably a fourth work in which he sought to reconcile Plato with Aristotle.
According to Plato, Attica's ancient boundaries were fixed by the Isthmus, and, toward the continent, they extended as far as the heights of Cithaeron and Parnes.
According to Plato, true knowledge is conversant, not about those material objects and imperfect intelligences which we meet within our daily interactions with all mankind, but rather it investigates the nature of those purer and more perfect patterns which are the models after which all created beings are formed.
According to the Critias by Plato, the three outer walls of the Temple to Poseidon and Cleito on Atlantis were clad respectively with brass, tin, and the third, which encompassed the whole citadel, " flashed with the red light of orichalcum.