Lyceium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a grove in Athens, home of the Peripatetic philosophers
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to Athens, and taught in the Lyceium for a period of twe
erious things,) & In the Lyceium with the sophists; by Zeu
was with friends in the Lyceium, & Seeing a parasite who
iphanes, says:- & In the Lyceium, with sophists, by Zeus!
the Academy, and one in the Lyceium. And he who is appo
in the open air in the Lyceium, as the before-mentioned
802 & The establishment of the Lyceium, in the time of Per
did not build the Lyceium in opposition to Plato, as Aris
for public exercises in Lyceium, and planted trees before
public exercises at the Lyceium, and adorned the city with
ain this argument in the Lyceium, "That if it is no shame
(307/6) gymnasium [on the Lykeion] and embellished the
(161/0) ths: &the youths from Lykeion, with Kairios son of
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