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Headword: *fili/skos
Adler number: phi,359
Translated headword: Philiskos, Philiscus
Vetting Status: high
Of Aigina [Myth, Place], the man who taught Alexander of Macedon his letters.[1] He himself was a pupil of Diogenes the Cynic,[2] though of Stilpon[3] according to Hermippus.[4] He wrote dialogues, one of which is Kodros.
Greek Original:
*fili/skos, *ai)ginh/ths, o( dida/cas gra/mmata *)ale/candron to\n *makedo/na. au)to\s de\ a)kousth\s h)=n tou= *kuno\s *dioge/nous, kata\ de\ *(/ermippon *sti/lpwnos. e)/graye dialo/gous, w(=n e)sti *ko/dros.
See generally OCD4 1130, under Philiscus(3); and further at phi 362.
[1] Unlikely.
[2] Diogenes Laertius 6.73 calls him a "friend" of Diogenes (delta 1141, etc).
[3] sigma 1114.
[4] Hermippus of Smyrna (OCD4 s.v., no.2), the Hellenistic biographer of philosophers.
Keywords: biography; geography; philosophy
Translated by: David Whitehead on 16 November 2001@08:28:22.
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David Whitehead on 6 September 2002@11:27:48.
Elizabeth Vandiver (Cosmetics) on 14 December 2003@15:15:21.
David Whitehead on 10 December 2013@05:57:42.
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