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*)Are/sas), of Lucania, and probably of Croton, was at the head of the Pythagorean school, and the sixth in succession from Pythagoras. Some attribute to him a work "about Human Nature," of which a fragment is preserved by Stobaeus (Ecl i. p. 847, ed. Heeren); but others suppose it to have been written by Aesara. [AESARA.]

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