Aedesius

(from the article `Frumentius, Saint`) A student of philosophy from Tyre, Frumentius and a colleague, Aedesius, were captured by Ethiopians in about 340. They became civil servants at the ... Ethiopia was Christianized in the 4th century by two brothers from Tyre—St. Frumentius, later consecrated the first Ethiopian bishop, and Ae...
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Aedesius

Greek philosopher whose ideas had their roots in Neoplatonism, a school of philosophy that grew out of the Idealism of Plato.[3 related articles]
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Aedesius

Aedesius (Αἰδέσιος, died 355 AD) was a Neoplatonist philosopher and mystic born of a noble Cappadocian family. ==Career== Aedesius was born into a wealthy Cappadocian family, but he moved to Syria where he was apprenticed to Iamblichos. He quickly became his best pupil and the two became friends. Aedesius` own philosophical doctrine, how....
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