The Pythagorean golden verses: with introduction and commentary

New York: E.J. Brill (1995)
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This commentary provides valuable insight into the basic tenets of an unknown sect from the formative years of Hellenistic Pythagoreanism, a movement which had a major impact on the morality and philosophy of the Greco-Roman world.



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