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  Porphyrius   - Neoplatonic philosopher, 3rd century A.D.
Wikipedia entry
164/8 Daniel_, the book of Daniel, according to Porphyrius.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_159 ia, from the writings of Porphyrius: Alexander of Macedoni
Euseb]:Chron_189 recorded. However Porphyrius, in the first book of his
Euseb]:Chron_229 enemy, the philosopher Porphyrius: These were the kings
Euseb]:Chron_265 .C.] from [the books of] Porphyrius, the philosopher who
Porph:Fr_* 35-39 * gue] In his twelfth book Porphyrius wrote about the prophe
Porph:Fr_48 any fighting. But Porphyrius says that this is not Seleuc
Porph:Fr_* 52-57 * [52] [11'34-35] Porphyrius thinks that "a little help"
Porph:Fr_49a rson": Up to this point, Porphyrius follows the order of
Porph:Fr_49b [49b] [11'25-28] Porphyrius interprets this as referring
Porph:Fr_58a dead. [58a] [12'7] Porphyrius interprets "a time, times
Porph:Fr_58b ned. [58b] [12'11] Porphyrius says that the 1,290 days wer
Porph:Fr_58c ees. [58c] [12'12] Porphyrius interpreted this passage as
Tzetz:ProlCom_ with the philosophers Porphyrius, Plutarchus and Proclu

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