Polemon

(314-269 BCE) an ancient philosopher; Polemon was one of the first men to lead the Academy, the ancient school of philosophy founded by Socrates` follower Plato; the head of the Academy was elected for
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Polemon

[genus] Polemon is a genus of rear-fanged venomous snakes endemic to Africa. Thirteen species are recognized. The common name of this genus is snake-eaters, for their habit of feeding mainly on smaller snakes. The maxillary is very short, with three small teeth, followed, after an interspace, by a very large, grooved fang situated anterior ...
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Polemon

[scholarch] Polemon (Πολέμων, gen.: Πολέμωνος; d. 270/269 BC) of Athens was an eminent Platonist philosopher and Plato`s third successor as scholarch or head of the Academy from 314/313 to 270/269 BC. A pupil of Xenocrates, he believed that philosophy should be practiced rather than just studied, and he placed the highest go...
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Polemon

[son of Andromenes] For other uses, see Polemon Polemon (in Greek Πoλεμων; lived 4th century BC), son of Andromenes the Stymphaean, was a Macedonian officer in the service of Alexander the Great (336–323 BC). The great intimacy between him and Philotas caused him to be suspected in 330 BC, together with his brothers Amyntas, Attalus...
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