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The Golden Verses of Pythagoras By Pythagoras
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The Golden Verses of Pythagoras are a collection of moral exhortations. The exact origins of the golden verses are unknown and there are varying opinions regarding their dating. It appears that the... More > verses may have been known as early as the third century BC but their existence as we know them cannot be confirmed prior to the fifth century AD. The golden verses enjoyed great popularity and were widely distributed in late antiquity being often quoted. Their renown persisted during the medieval ages and into the renaissance. The Neoplatonists used the golden verses as part of their preparatory program of moral instruction and a number of neoplatonic commentaries on the verses are extant. Pythagoreanism was the system of esoteric and metaphysical beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers, the Pythagorean cult, who were considerably influenced by mathematics. Pythagoreanism originated in the 5th century BCE and greatly influenced Platonism.< Less
The Life of Pythagoras By Iamblichus
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Iamblichus' famous biography of Pythagoras
The Life of Pythagoras By Iamblichus
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Hermead: Pythagoras By Surazeus Astarius
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Measurement Of Pythagoras - Pythagoras grows up on Samos then goes to Miletos to study at the new Monist school of Thales where he learns to look at the world as a measureable geometric construct.... More > Thales sends him to Aigyptos where he attends a school of wisdom and learns geometry. Returning to Miletos, Pythagoras returns to Aigyptos where he is captured and sent to Babylon where he learns astronomy, then returns home to Miletos where he runs a small school, but war causes him to flee again. After meeting his mother in Delphoi, Pythagoras flees again to Krete where he is initiated into the Cult of Zeus, then leads a colony to Kroton in southern Italia where he establishes a school to teach geometry. After years of teaching, Pythagoras and his school is attacked, so he flees to a Temple of Apollon in Melapontion. Refusing to eat, Pythagoras commissions his daughter to establish the school of Druids, then dies of grief. Measurement Of Pythagoras has 8,552 lines of blank verse.< Less
Dialogues with Pythagoras By Anna Zubkova
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Pythagoras is one of the Messiahs Who worked to provide spiritual help to incarnate people in the Mediterranean. His main service to humanity was not in His mathematical investigations, known to all... More > high school students now, but in the fact that He had created the perfect spiritual School. The educational principles laid by Him as the base of teaching in this School should serve as a standard for all future human generations on the Earth.< Less
Dialogues with Pythagoras By Anna Zubkova
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Pythagoras is one of the Messiahs Who worked to provide spiritual help to incarnate people in the Mediterranean. His main service to humanity was not in His mathematical investigations, known to all... More > high school students now, but in the fact that He had created the perfect spiritual School. The educational principles laid by Him as the base of teaching in this School should serve as a standard for all future human generations on the Earth.< Less
Iamblichus Life of Pythagoras By Thomas Taylor
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Pythagoras of Samos (Greek: Πυθαγόρας ὁ Σάμιος Pythagóras ho Sámios "Pythagoras the... More > Samian", or simply Πυθαγόρας; Πυθαγόρης in Ionian Greek; c. 570 – c. 495 BC) was an Ionian Greek philosopher, mathematician, and the putative founder of the movement called Pythagoreanism. Most of the information about Pythagoras was written down centuries after he lived, so very little reliable information is known about him. He was born on the island of Samos, and travelled, visiting Egypt and Greece, and maybe India. Around 530 BC, he moved to Croton, in Magna Graecia, and there established some kind of school or guild. In 520 BC, he returned to Samos.< Less
The Golden Verses of Pythagoras By Marcel Roggemans
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In this small volume an attempt has been made together the best and most reliable of the sets of Ethical Verses attributed to the Pythagoreans. Both Hall's translation from the Greek (1657), and... More > Rowe's translation from the French of André Dacier (1707), have been used in reproducing the Golden Verses of Pythagoras, but Dacier's version has been almost exclusively followed, being clearer and more intelligible. The Golden Sentences of Democrates, the Similitudes of Demophilus, and Pythagorean Symbols are from Bridgman's translation, and are to be found in his little book, Translations from the Greek, published in 1804. The Pythagorean Sentences of Demophilus, translated by Taylor, are contained in that volume also. The remaining sets of verses, translated by Taylor, are appended by him to his Iamblichus' Life of Pythagoras, published in 1818.< Less
Pythagoras and His School By Vladimir Antonov
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This book presents information about the spiritual knowledge left to people by the great Divine Teacher — Pythagoras and by His followers who attained higher stages of spiritual... More > self-realization. The book can be useful to those interested in history and spiritual self-development.< Less
Pythagoras and His School By Vladimir Antonov
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This book presents information about the spiritual knowledge left to people by the great Divine Teacher — Pythagoras and by His followers who attained higher stages of spiritual... More > self-realization. The book can be useful to those interested in history and spiritual self-development.< Less

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