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HERACLIDES
Form: Herakleides.
Surnamed Ponticus, A Greek philosopher, born at Heraclea in Pontus about 380 B.C. He came early to Athens, where he became a disciple of Plato and Aristotle, and had made a reputation by about 340 B.C. He was the author of some sixty works on a great variety of subjects: philosophy, mathematics, music, grammar, poetry, political and literary history, and geography. He was a learned and interesting writer, but somewhat deficient in critical power. We have a few fragments of his works remaining, besides an extract from a book on Constitutions which bears his name. But as no such treatise is elsewhere attributed to him, this must probably be regarded as a selection from some of his other writings.
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