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Diodorus Siculus, Library 16 0 Browse Search
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Plato, Letters, Letter 13 (search)
im I derived benefit at once from the very fact that I had invited him.” This tone, then, should be carefully preserved, in order that the mutual benefit we derive from one another may always go on increasing. So by way of helping towards this end I am now sending you some of the Pythagorean works and of the “Divisions,” and also, as we arranged at that time, a man of whom you and Archytas—if Archytas has come to your court—may be able to make use. His name is Helicon, he is a native of Cyzicus, and he is a pupil of EudoxusA famous astronomer. and exceedingly well versed in all his doctrine. Moreover, he has associated with one of the pupils of Isocrates and with Polyxenus,cf. Plat. L. 2.310c. Bryson “the Sophist” was a mathematician who claimed, it is said, to have “squared the circle” (cf. Aristot.An. Post. i. 9,Rhet. iii. 2). one of Bryson's companions; and, what is rare in these cases, he is not without charm of address nor is he of a churlish disposition; rat