IAMBLICUS


IAMBLICUS
(250-330)
   Syrian NEO-PLATONIST philosopher who developed the teachings of PLOTINUS and taught a FORM of POLYTHEISM. He is the author of On the Egyptian Mysteries which surveys various PAGAN BELIEFS of his time.

Concise dictionary of Religion. 2012.

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