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(Calcidius is more correct), 4th-cent. ad Christian translator and commentator on Plato (1)'s Timaeus (to 53c only), using earlier Platonic and Peripatetic exegetes, especially Adrastus (2), Gaius, Numenius and Porphyry. ...

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