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- a Peripatetic philosopher, who wrote about music
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Aristotle has many pupils, including Theophrastus and Aristoxenus.
Aristoxenus, the musical theorist, is a parasite of Neleus.
refore, that Spintharus, Aristoxenus, Philoxenus, and othe
on the snake. And Aristoxenus says somewhere that a man
wind instrument." Now Aristoxenus did not feel sure on
ain from animal food, as Aristoxenus tells us; and Apollod
sigma. Musicians, indeed, as Aristoxenus often says, advised against
Academy. [64.] And Aristoxenus the musician, in his Life
rus the Peripatetic, and Aristoxenus; who were preceded
aks, Menalcas." And Aristoxenus, in the fourth book
worse than Babys." But Aristoxenus ascribes the inventio
dancers, as is mentioned by Aristoxenus. But Scamon,
called Ametoridae. Aristoxenus says that just as some men
nus the flute-player, as Aristoxenus tells us in the eight
music under Damon and Aristoxenus, that grammar itself when
of whom the latest was Aristoxenus, a man who was both
be extinguished; if it is Aristoxenus's harmony, it will be put
his contemporary and fellow-disciple Aristoxenus, ** both indeed men
body. Dicaearchus, indeed, and Aristoxenus, because it was hard
musician, we are told by Aristoxenus, adopted the philosop
ium in opposition to Plato, as Aristoxenus first falsely
the enjoyment of health. For Aristoxenus the musician says of him,
of Cyrene - a philosopher, famous for his love of luxury
near the land. But Aristoxenus, the philosopher of Cyrene,
- Athenian archon, 55 B.C.
Athenian archon: Aristoxenus
- in documents
(c. 300) Tenedos, the sons of Aristoxenos, as proxenoi and
(c. 283 and 281) The archon was Aristoxenos, and the councillors
(c. 250-200) ides Xenodokos son of Aristoxenos Demon son of M
(190) otheos of Kallipolis Aristoxenos of Amphissa Chal
(155/4) eios of Phlya, the son of Aristoxenos . . . of Ke
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