Callisthenes

(c. 360-328 BC) Greek historian, nephew of the philosopher Aristotle. He accompanied Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia, to Asia and wrote an account of the expedition, a...
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Callisthenes

Callisthenes (kulis'thunēz) , c.360–c.327 B.C., Greek historian of Olynthus; nephew of Aristotle. He accompanied Alexander the Great into Asia as the historian of the expedition. At first he compared Alexander to a god, but later he became one of the principal critics of the Eastern ...
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Callisthenes

Callisthenes was a Greek philosopher and historian. He was a native of Olynthus and was appointed to attend Alexander in his expedition against Persia. His expressed disapprobation of the conduct of Alexander incurred the displeasure of the courtiers and royal favourites, and he was put to death on a pretended charge of treason in 328 BC. He wrote ...
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