Arius Didymus

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(1st c. bc)

Known mainly as a source for Stoic and Aristotelian ethics in the Hellenistic period, and also for earlier physics. He was the teacher of the Roman emperor Augustus, and wrote a consolation to Livia, his wife, on the death of Drusus, their son.

Subjects: Philosophy — Classical Studies.

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