Encyclopedia > Iamblichus

  Article Content

Iamblichus

Two historical persons go by the name Iamblichus (Greek: Ιάμβλιχος)

  1. The epic writer, from Syria or Babylonia, c:a 200. He wrote a book by the name Babylonian tales containing a love story about Rhodanes and Sinonis.
  2. The neoplatonist philosopher, died c:a 330. He was a mystic and wrote on the subjects of pythagoreanism, platonism and several other beliefs. He embraced emanationism. The most famous work of Iamblichus is his biographical book about Pythagoras.



All Wikipedia text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

 
  Search Encyclopedia

Search over one million articles, find something about almost anything!
 
 
  
  Featured Article
Thomas a Kempis

... Later he was admitted to the Augustinian convent of Mount Saint Agnes near Zwolle where his brother John had been before him and had risen to the dignity of prior. ...

 
 
 
This page was created in 38.5 ms