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Asclepio'dotus

2. Of Alexandria, the most distinguished among the disciples of Proclus, and the teacher of Damascius, was one of the most zealous champions of Paganism. He wrote a commentary on the Timaeus of Plato, which however is lost. (Olympiod. Meteorolog. 4; Suidas, s. v. Ἀσκληπώδοτος; Damascius, Vit. Isid. ap. Phot. pp. 344, b. 345, b.)

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