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Proclus, approximately 410-485

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Personal name headingProclus, approximately 410-485
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Variant(s)Proclo, approximately 410-485
Proclo di Atene, approximately 410-485
Proclo di Costantinopoli, approximately 410-485
Proclo Licio Diadoco, approximately 410-485
Proclus Arabus, approximately 410-485
Proclus, ca. 410-485
Proclus Diadochus
Proclus Diadochus, approximately 410-485
Proclus Lycius, approximately 410-485
Prokl, approximately 410-485
Prokl Diadokh, approximately 410-485
Proklos, approximately 410-485
Proklos Diadochos, approximately 410-485
Proklus, approximately 410-485
Πρόκλος, approximately 410-485
Πρόκλος Πλατωνικός Διάδοχος, approximately 410-485
Πρόκλος Διάδοχος, approximately 410-485
Associated placeLycia
Birth date0410~
Death date0485
Place of birthConstantinople
Field of activityNeoplatonism
Profession or occupationPhilosophers
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inWaerden, B.L. v. d. Die gemeinsame Quelle der erkenntnistheoretischen Abhandlungen v. Iamblichos u. Proklos, 1980 (subj.) t.p. (Proklos) p. 5 (Proclus Diadochus)
Petrici, I. Rassmotrenie platonovskoĭ filosofii i Prokla Diadokha, 1984.
His I Manuali, 1985: t.p. (Proclo Licio Diadoco)
His Über die Vorsehung, das Schicksal und den freien Willen an Theodorus, den Ingenieur (Mechaniker), 1980: t.p. (Proklos Diadochos)
Sambursky, S. Proḳlos neśi ha-Aḳademyah ha-Aplaṭonit ... 1985 or 1986.
Iremadze, T. Konzeptionen des Denkens im Neuplatonismus, 2004: CIP galley (Proklus)
Fenomen teurgii, 2003: p. 4 (Prokl)
Thesaurus linguae Graecae, 18 March 2009 (Πρόκλος; Πρόκλος Διάδοχος; Πρόκλος Πλατωνικός Διάδοχος)
Brill's new Pauly online, 19 January 2011 (Proclus, 5th century; born in Constantinople, but of Lycian extraction; studied in Constantinople, Alexandria, and Athens; was the leader of the Neoplatonist school in Athens from 438-485; wrote commentary on Plato's Timaeus in 439 at age 27)
Associated languagegrc