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Apollodorus Logisticus



Apollodorus Logisticus was a man of ancient Greece who appears to have been a mathematician, if as is usually supposed, he is the same as the one who is called Arithmetikos (ἀριθμητικός).[1][2]

Whether he is the same as the Apollodorus of whom Plutarch quotes two lines, is not quite certain.[3]

Notes

1. Diogenes Laërtius, Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers 1.25, 8.12

2. Athenaeus, Deipnosophistae 10.418

3. Plutarch, Non posse vivi secund. Epic. p. 1094)

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Sources

[4] "Wikipedia"




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