c570–c480 b.c, greek philosopher and poet.
historical examples

a history of science, volume 1(of 5) henry smith williams
the apologia and florida of apuleius of madaura lucius apuleius
plato and the other companions of sokrates, 3rd ed. volume i (of 4) george grote
lux mundi various
history of the intellectual development of europe, volume i (of 2) john william draper
historical miniatures august strindberg
christianity as a mystical fact rudolf steiner
the arrival of jimpson ralph henry barbour
history of ancient civilization charles seign-bos
a critical history of greek philosophy w. t. stace

?570–?480 bc, greek philosopher and poet, noted for his monotheism and regarded as a founder of the eleatic school

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