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of Eresos - the successor of Aristotle as head of the Peripatetic school
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Aristotle gives the name Theophrastus, "divine speech", to his pupil
Athens and goes to Chalcis; Theophrastus becomes head of the Peripat
Aristotle has many pupils, including Theophrastus and Aristoxenus
Theophr:Char, Theophrastus' "^Characters".
Theophr:HP, Theophrastus' "History of Plants".
Theophrastus writes about the geography of Italy.
Demetrius of Phalerum gives a garden to Theophrastus.
Theophrastus and Phanias free their home city, Eresus, from a tyran
Arcesilaus leaves Theophrastus and joins the Academics.
ferent philosophers, including Crates, Theodorus, and Theophrastus
Theophrastus falls silent while addressing the Areopagus.
An old woman realizes that Theophrastus is not a native Attic speak
A comment by Zenon on the number of Theophrastus' followers.
Sayings of Theophrastus.
General comments on the character and appearance of Theophrastus
The death of Theophrastus, who is succeeded as leader of the Peripa
more amorous. And Theophrastus says that some contrivance
And Aristoteles or Theophrastus speaks of a man named Phil
called Cherries. — Theophrastus says, in his book on Plant
Samian, the friend of Theophrastus, was acquainted with
and Duris of Samos, pupils of Theophrastus the Eresian.
you hear the precepts of Theophrastus and when you eat thy
down by, Aristoteles and Theophrastus; showing how true
the list of the disciples of Theophrastus. And this man
injury to a state." And Theophrastus, in his treatise on
his way. [79.] And Theophrastus, in his treatise on Comedy
is also attributed to Theophrastus,) said that for twen
the Samian, the pupil of Theophrastus, and the brother of
ving no voice. But Theophrastus, in his book on The Laugha
ich we call bounias: but Theophrastus does not use the nam
roseness of old age," as Theophrastus says, in his treatis
eutes, and Bromius." And Theophrastus, in his treatise on
inoe's temple. But Theophrastus, in his treatise on Drunke
hat here approaches? And Theophrastus, in his essay on Ple
that he was painting, as Theophrastus relates, in his trea
wings. [14.] And Theophrastus, in his book on Eros, says
ander of Cyrene, who, as Theophrastus, in his treatise On
Athen_* 13.606-610 *
ory Anecdotes. And Theophrastus, in his, essay On Love,
And Aristotle or Theophrastus, in his Commentaries, says
cerning those Matters in Theophrastus in his books on Mann
Saviour. [48.] And Theophrastus, in his essay On Drunkenne
the shady recesses of Theophrastus, a man of consummate
stotle? Who sweeter than Theophrastus? We are told that
said to have happened to Theophrastus, when he enquired
lourishing, he associated with Theophrastus and Demetrius
in Ar.] The philosopher Theophrastus was in his prime;
and Socrates, Aristotle and Theophrastus. This old man
attended the school of Theophrastus and Xenocrates, alth
- Athenian archon, 340 B.C.
cus Pythodotus Sosigenes Theophrastus Lysimachides Chaeron
Philoch_* 53-56 *
an end under the archon Theophrastus [340/39], who succee
the terms of the peace when Theophrastus was archon [34
the previous year, when Theophrastus the successor of Nic
For virtues, as Theophrastus says, when they first begi
to be. PHILIPPUS. Theophrastus tells us that Philippus,
ain, - Democles, who was Theophrastus' pupil, likewise ple
He used to hear Theophrastus, who succeeded Aristoteles
- Athenian archon, 313 B.C.
Athenian archon: Theophrastus
des Praxibulus Nicodorus Theophrastus Polemon Simonides
des, Praxibulus, Nicodorus and Theodorus. In the first yea
archons at Athens were Theophrastus, Lysimachides, Chaer
- an officer of Antigonus Gonatas, killed at Corinth
isoner, free; but he put Theophrastus to death, because
place he chose. Theophrastus, who refused to leave the
of Acharnae - superintendent of Delos, 2nd century B.C.
rding the building works of Theophrastus, as superintendent of Delo
- a descendant of the orator Lycurgus
the torch-bearer, son of Theophrastus, married, and by her
- in documents
(197-175) year were Amyntas, Theophrastos and Praxias:
(192) ncil were Amyntas, Theophrastos and Praxias, it was
(late 2nd cent.) B.C. Statue of Theophrastos son of Herakleitos, of
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