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  Aristotle   (Aristoteles) of Stageira - philosopher, 4th century B.C.
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323/63 Aristotle gives the name Theophrastus, "divine speech", to his pupil
323/64 Aristotle leaves Athens and goes to Chalcis; Theophrastus becomes hea
322/17 Sayings of Aristotle, addressed to Antipater and others.
322/18 Aristotle has many pupils, including Theophrastus and Aristoxenus.
322/19 comments on the character of Aristotle, the founder of the Peripateti
322/20 The death of Aristotle, at Chalcis in Euboea.
88/63 llicon collects a large library, including the books of Aristotle.
84/25 Sulla takes Aristotle's books back to Rome, where they are later acq
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Aristotle
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[Longin]:Subl_32   of metaphors. 3 Accordingly, Aristotle and Theophrastus say that
Aelian:NA_2.39   is seldom seen. Aristotle says ** that it hunts fawns,
Aelian:NA_2.49   bodies. [49] & Aristotle asserts [HA 618 b 11] that
Aelian:NA_2.52   oist food. [52] & Aristotle tells us [HA 489 b 1 ( 1.5
Aelian:NA_3.24   wever mud is lacking, as Aristotle says [HA 612 b 23 ( 9.7
Aelian:NA_3.40   ght by his mother. Aristotle says [HA 536 b 17] that he
Aelian:NA_3.45   a widow. [45] & Aristotle says [HA 613 a 1 ( 9.7 )] tha
Aelian:NA_4.6   oured as they pastured.' Aristotle too, borrowing (as I
Aelian:NA_4.57   to them. [57] & Aristotle says ** that when a man has
Aelian:NA_4.58   ntain, a vine. And Aristotle says [HA 544 b 6 ( 5.13 )]
Aelian:NA_5.8   his rescue. [8] & Aristotle says ** that the soil of Asty
Aelian:NA_5.11   asps severely. And Aristotle records [HA 626 a 21 ( 9.39
Aelian:NA_5.13   i). In the island of Gyarus ** Aristotle says [Mir. 832
Aelian:NA_5.27   any bird of prey. Aristotle says ** that among the Neuri
Aelian:NA_5.34   equently attacked it, as Aristotle says [HA 610 a 1, 615
Aelian:NA_5.43   they die. [43] & Aristotle says [HA 552 b 20 ( 5.19 )]
Aelian:NA_6.3   for forty days. Aristotle however says [HA 600 b 2] tha
Aelian:NA_6.14   The Hyena, according to Aristotle, ** has in its left paw
Aelian:NA_6.18   xceedingly voracious, as Aristotle says [HA 594 a 18] ,
Aelian:NA_6.49   work by its master, so Aristotle tells us [HA 577 b 30]
Aelian:NA_7.7   & I learn from Aristotle ** that cranes flying in to
Aelian:NA_7.13   in shame. [13] & Aristotle has told the story of the lab
Aelian:NA_8.1   is born. Nor will Aristotle contradict this [HA 607 a 4
Aelian:NA_8.9   the awns of corn, according to Aristotle [HA 612 a 31 ]
Aelian:NA_9.6   or drop. The lion alone, as Aristotle says, ** does nei
Aelian:NA_9.7   ither. [7] & (i). Aristotle asserts [HA 534 a 9 ( 4.8 )]
Aelian:NA_9.20   stag's horn expels snakes. And Aristotle asserts [Mir. 481
Aelian:NA_9.39   on fig-trees also, as Aristotle says [HA 552 b 1]; and
Aelian:NA_9.42   of the equinox. Aristotle bears witness to this [HA 599
Aelian:NA_9.54   nimals' tails. And Aristotle asserts [HA 604 b 30] that
Aelian:NA_9.64   eak forth. [64] & Aristotle [HA 590 a 18 ( 8.2 )] , and
Aelian:NA_10.11   the Chromis and the Caprus, as Aristotle says [HA 535 b
Aelian:NA_10.32   and tuneful. And Aristotle says [HA 610 a 6] that if one
Aelian:NA_10.36   not mention then. Aristotle says [HA 615 b 4 ( 9.12 )]
Aelian:NA_11.12   rag-net again. And Aristotle says [HA 631 a 11 ( 9.47 )]
Aelian:NA_11.18   arrest her, according to Aristotle [HA 572 b 7 ( 6.18 )]
Aelian:NA_12.6   men will bury him, and Aristotle bears witness to this
Aelian:NA_12.12   even over a vessel, as Aristotle says [HA 631 a 22]; and
Aelian:NA_12.14   capable, according to Aristotle [HA 621 b 2] , of swall
Aelian:NA_12.28   ats. And jackals, according to Aristotle [HA 630. a 15 (
Aelian:NA_12.35   died. The story is narrated by Aristotle ** and Philochoru
Aelian:NA_12.40   rded by Polemon, the second by Aristotle. ** And the peopl
Aelian:NA_13.4   And concerning it Aristotle says [HA 506 b 10] ** that
Aelian:NA_15.25   thirty ... ** But Aristotle the son of Nicomachus states
Aelian:NA_15.28   skōps. ** But Aristotle asserts that in Homer the wor
Aelian:NA_16.33   the grass. Again, Aristotle says ** that among the Neuri
Aelian:NA_16.41   to the touch. And Aristotle says [HA 606 b 5] that there
Aelian:NA_17.7   waterspout. [7] & Aristotle says in the eighth book of
Aelian:NA_17.15   suppress. [15] & Aristotle says [HA 541 a 27] that when
Aelian:NA_17.20   to be invoked again. [20] & Aristotle says [HA 519 a
AnthPal_11.235   of Leros lived previously to Aristotle who mentions him.
Apollod:Fr_38   lato. [38] & DiogLaert_5'9-10 (Aristotle) (a) & Aristotle.
Athen_2.44   nsive clothes. And Aristotle or Theophrastus speaks of
Athen_5.214   and rules laid down by, Aristotle and Theophrastus; sho
Athen_6.234   one of the disciples of Aristotle, in the first book
Athen_6.235   says the same. And Aristotle, in his treatise on the Con
Athen_6.264   altogether they accused Aristotle of having departed
Athen_6.272   one of them. And Aristotle, in his history of the Cons
Athen_7.281   the same name. But Aristotle, in his work on Animals,
Athen_8.348   heta;ῦς And Aristotle, in his Constitution
Athen_8.352-354 *   But I marvel at Aristotle, whom these wise men, my exce
Athen_9.393   our banquets. And Aristotle speaks in the following manne
Athen_11.461   Messenē, [461] the pupil of Aristotle, says in his book On
Athen_11.464   and baked with spices. : Aristotle, too, in his work On
Athen_11.489   here as pigeons. No, for Aristotle says that the dove is
Athen_11.496   Dioxippus in The Miser by Aristotle in the treatise On Drunkenness
Athen_11.499   his pleasure."   But Aristotle in The Constitution of
Athen_11.505   Nicaea and Sotion record. And Aristotle in his treatise On writes
Athen_11.508   ' For a law,' as Aristotle says, 'is a definite statement,
Athen_12.520   ing at war with them, as Aristotle relates in his History
Athen_12.523   phonians, as Timaeus and Aristotle tell us, indulged in
Athen_12.523   of the city disappeared, as Aristotle tells us; and indeed a
Athen_12.530   ; on which account Aristotle, laughing at Xenocrates of
Athen_12.537   Alexander, the pupil of Aristotle, represented himself
Athen_12.540   But Clytus, the pupil of Aristotle, in his History of Mile
Athen_12.541   sold. [58.] But Aristotle, in his treatise on Admirable
Athen_13.556   may wonder," says Aristotle, "that Homer has nowhere in
Athen_13.564   oom to beauty. And Aristotle said that lovers look at no
Athen_13.566   also was the venerable Aristotle by the beauty of his
Athen_13.576   of Odatis." [36.] [576] Aristotle also, in his Constituti
Athen_13.589   [589] And did not Aristotle of Stageira have a son named
Athen_13.610   lon, the friend of Aristotle, wrote an oration against him
Athen_14.618   is. At all events, Aristotle says, in his treatise on the
Athen_14.641   Ate them all up. And Aristotle, in his treatise on Dru
Athen_14.652-656 *   mes of Syria." [652] And Aristotle, in his treatise On Pla
Athen_15.666   the Messenian, the pupil of Aristotle, in his treatise on Alcaeus,
Athen_15.673   in the Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle and in these books had
Athen_15.674   [16.]   But Aristotle, in the second book of
Athen_15.692   properties very sparingly. But Aristotle, that man of most
Athen_15.696   by that most learned writer, Aristotle and addressed to Hermeias of
Athen_15.701   the pupils of the wise Aristotle, in the first book of
Cic:Acad_1.10   if these imitate Plato, Aristotle and Theophrastus in the
Cic:Acad_1.17   native of Calchedon, ** and Aristotle, a native of Stagira **
Cic:Acad_1.18   Old Academy of those days. Aristotle excelled, as I at all
Cic:Acad_1.33   [9.] " Aristotle was the first to undermine
Cic:Acad_2.113   the answer, not from Aristotle or Theophrastus, not even
Cic:Acad_2.119   a time, in will come Aristotle, pouring forth a golden stream
Cic:Acad_2.131   by Antiochus ; and also Aristotle and his adherents seem to
Cic:Acad_2.132   - I don't say from Aristotle, in my judgement almost the
Cic:Acad_2.136   hint at those views, or Aristotle (for you maintain that Xenocrates
Cic:Acad_2.137   are not,' replied Carneades. Aristotle or Xenocrates, the masters
Cic:Acad_2.143   highly thought of, or Aristotle himself, who is assuredly
Cic:Brut_46   constitution. [46] Aristotle, therefore, informs us, that
Cic:Brut_121   was more nervous than Aristotle? Who sweeter than Theop
Cic:DeOr_1.43   they would show you that Aristotle and Theophrastus have written not
Cic:DeOr_1.49   he did; if also Aristotle, and Theophrastus, and Carneades,
Cic:DeOr_2.43   Crassus, and which, I hear, Aristotle ** himself, who has fully
Cic:DeOr_2.58   Callisthenes, the pupil of Aristotle and companion of Alexander.
Cic:DeOr_2.152   say on any subject. But Aristotle, whom I admire more than
Cic:DeOr_2.160   to the school of that Aristotle from whose method I seem
Cic:DeOr_3.62   "First from Plato himself came Aristotle and Xenocrates; the one of
Cic:DeOr_3.67   in no great degree from Aristotle, who had also been a
Cic:DeOr_3.71   of Carneades, or those of Aristotle. [72] For, as I observed
Cic:DeOr_3.80   subjects, after the manner of Aristotle, and, from a knowledge of
Cic:DeOr_3.141   for eloquence. [141] Aristotle himself, accordingly, when
Cic:DeOr_3.147   any acquaintance with your Aristotle, nor Carneades, nor any
Cic:DeOr_3.182   of rhythms, your favourite Aristotle, Catulus, inclines to banish
Cic:DeOr_3.193   the latter paeon of which Aristotle approves, or, what is equal
Cic:Rep_3.8   the arguments of Plato and Aristotle in favour of justice and
Cic:Tusc_1.7   [4.] [7]   But, as Aristotle, a man of the greatest
Cic:Tusc_1.22   the regulations of nature. [22] Aristotle, a man superior to all
Cic:Tusc_1.41   speculations to his master Aristotle, and follow his own
Cic:Tusc_1.65   of nature, first introduced by Aristotle, then both Gods and souls
Cic:Tusc_1.80   soul, many which blunt it. Aristotle indeed, says, that all men
Cic:Tusc_1.94   they were given us for. Aristotle says, there is a kind
Cic:Tusc_2.9   practising eloquence; a method that Aristotle first made use of, and
Cic:Tusc_3.69   grief. [69]   Therefore Aristotle, when he blames some
Cic:Tusc_5.30   those ancient ones, Aristotle, Speusippus, Xenocrates, Polemon,
Cic:Tusc_5.39   Brutus, and also with Aristotle, Xenocrates, Speusippus, Polemon.
Cic:Tusc_5.87   bull, according to Aristotle, Xenocrates, Speusippus, Polemon;
Cic:Tusc_5.101   "What less than this," says Aristotle, "could be inscribed on the
Cic:Tusc_5.107   Crantor, Arcesilas, Lacydes, Aristotle, Theophrastus, Zenon, Cleanthes,
Demetr:Eloc_81   simile. [81] & In Aristotle's (Rhetoric 3.11) judgment
Demetr:Eloc_97   as 'lecheries,' or by Aristotle when he spoke of an '
Demetr:Eloc_116   116] & In diction Aristotle says that frigidity is of fou
Demetr:Eloc_128   as is the case with those of Aristotle and Sophron and
Demetr:Eloc_144   que expressions, as when Aristotle says 'the more self-cen
Demetr:Eloc_154   graceful effect, as when Aristotle says: 'I went from Athe
Demetr:Eloc_157   established one, as when Aristotle says of the eagle: 'It
Demetr:Eloc_38-41 *   mposition.' According to Aristotle, the paeonic rhythm is
DiogLaert_10.1   president of the Academy, and Aristotle at Chalcis. But
DiogLaert_10.8   he called Golden. Aristotle he called a debauchee and a
DiogLaert_10.25   against Plato; another against Aristotle. And he died of
DiogLaert_10.27   may find also in the works of Aristotle and Zenon. Such
Euseb]:Chron_277   ith him. "But Aristotle, the philosopher, relates tha
Julian:Mis_353   - I mean Plato and Socrates, Aristotle and Theophrastus.
Julian:Mis_359   discourses of Plato and Aristotle, which are not at all
Just_12.6   his fellow-student under Aristotle, and who had been subse
Just_12.16   under his famous instructor Aristotle. On taking posses
Oros_3.18   a fellow student under Aristotle, because Callisthenes would not
Philoch_21   tone, as is indicated by Aristotle in the Constitution of
Philoch_38   [list]" is made clear by Aristotle in his Constitution of
Philoch_48   Birds [ 1204 ]. Aristotle [ 61'7 ] refers to Ammonias
Philoch_116   died. The story is narrated by Aristotle and Philochorus.
Philoch_128   archon [426/5]. Aristotle says in his Constitution [of
Philoch_223   ead of his school. Aristotle did not build the Lyceium in
Philoch_224   beaten by a few votes, while Aristotle was absent in Mac
Phld:Sto_61   great admirer of Plato and Aristotle, and altered some of the
Phylarch_62   and he quotes from Aristotle, Phylarchus, and Polemon to
Plin:HN_4.65   is 15 miles in length. Aristotle says that owing to its
Plin:HN_4.66   suffered twice from earthquake. Aristotle has recorded that it
Plin:HN_4.70   Aristides Mimblis, by Aristotle Zephyria, by Callimachus,
Plin:HN_5.135   100 miles in circumference. Aristotle records that it was
Plin:HN_7.15   of either sex alternately. Aristotle adds that their left
Plin:HN_7.27   feathers and eggshells. [27] Aristotle says that the Pygmies
Plin:HN_7.109   native place of the philosopher Aristotle to be his own, and
Plin:HN_7.192   in the Roman alphabet. Aristotle holds that the primitive
Plin:HN_7.195   the Cyclopes according to Aristotle but according to Theophrastus
Plin:HN_7.197   Saturn and Philyra. [197] Aristotle thinks that Lydus the
Plin:HN_7.205   of Daedalus according to Aristotle, but according to Theophrastus
Plin:HN_7.208   Authority Damastes Thucydides Aristotle Xenagoras Mnesigiton Philostephanus
Plin:HN_8.28   to be ten years, but Aristotle puts it at two years,
Plin:HN_8.105   but this is denied by Aristotle. Its neck stretches right along
Plin:HN_8.229   them. On the other hand Aristotle relates that the scorpions on
Plin:HN_8.43-45 *   of its claws in delivery. Aristotle, however, whose authority I feel
Plin:HN_35.106   one of the Mother of Aristotle the philosopher. Aristotle used to
Plut:Cleom_9   was that the Ephors (as Aristotle tells us), when they
Plut:Mor_178   him to be observant of Aristotle, and study philosophy
Plut:Mor_850   ophrastus, who succeeded Aristotle in his school; and
Polyaen_1.30.6   rsians. [see also: Aristotle, AthPol_22'7] & When the Ion
Poseidon_84   pter 3.153) & A reply to Aristotle's statement about the
Poseidon_102   in many other ways, as Aristotle [ Pol_7.1327'b ] has
PsCallisth_1.13   istomenes, of philosophy Aristotle of Melos, and of warfar
PsCallisth_1.16   studied only with the sophist Aristotle, the Milesian.
PsCallisth_1.17   they, in turn, wrote to Aristotle, his teacher, a letter
PsCallisth_2.2   iving his education from Aristotle, has stretched out his
PsCallisth_2.23   lympias, and the learned Aristotle, his venerable guide
PsCallisth_3.17   xander wrote a letter to Aristotle about his experiences:
PsCallisth_3.18   writing this letter to Aristotle, Alexander led his forc
PsCallisth_3.26   ter from the philosopher Aristotle: "Aristotle sends greet
Teles_46   the 'Protrepticus' of Aristotle, which is addressed to
Tzetz:ProlCom_   just as, before any of them, Aristotle had done. NICAN
ValMax_5.6e.5   with youthful zeal. But Aristotle, hardly able to maintain
ValMax_7.2e.11   Aristotle also taught, that it was
ValMax_8.14e.3   will add the thirst of Aristotle for glory, which was as

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