Iamblichus

Greek novelist of the 2nd century CE; his most famous work was entitled The Babylonian History, which supposedly told stories told to the novel`s author by a Babylonian captive.
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Iamblichus

Syrian philosopher, a major figure in the philosophical school of Neoplatonism and the founder of its Syrian branch.[7 related articles]
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Iamblichus

Iamblichus (īăm'blikus) , d. c.330, Syrian philosopher, a leading exponent of Neoplatonism. A pupil of Porphyry, he was deeply impressed by the doctrines of Plotinus. In his own teachings he combined with Plato's ideas many of those of Pythagoras and much that was mystical and even m...
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Iamblichus

Iamblichus was a neo-Platonic philosopher. He was a native of Chalcis in Coele-Syria, and spent his life in Syria, dieing sometime before 333. He was an ardent student of the philosophy of Plato and Pythagoras and was also versed in the lore of the Chaldaeans and Egyptians. His philosophy was a syncretism of Platonic and Pythagorean doctrines, mixe...
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Iamblichus

[novelist] Iamblichus (flourished 2nd century, c. 165–180) was an Ancient Syrian Greek novelist. Iamblichus was an Emesene who achieved wide prominence in the 2nd century. He describes himself on being having `descended from the ancient dynasts`, including the Priest Kings of the Emesani Dynasty. Iamblichus had the knowledge of three lang...
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Iamblichus

Iamblichus, also known as Iamblichus Chalcidensis, or Iamblichus of Apamea (Ἰάμβλιχος, probably from Syriac or Aramaic ya-mlku, `He is king`; c. 245 – c. 325 AD), was a Syrian Neoplatonist philosopher who determined the direction taken by later Neoplatonic philosophy. ==Iamblichus` life== Iamblichus was the chief representative of S......
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Iamblichus

[phylarch] Iamblichus I (flourished 1st century BC - died 31 BC) was one of the phylarchs, or petty princes of the Arab tribe of the Emesenes in Emesa (now Homs, Syria). He was the son of Sampsiceramus I and is first mentioned by Marcus Tullius Cicero in a despatch, which he sent from Rome to Cilicia in 51 BC, and in which he states that la...
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