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Proclus (412–485)

Proclus (prō’klus). A Greek Neo-Platonic philosopher; born at Constantinople, 412; died there, 485. He wrote hymns and epigrams, some of which have come down to us. He wrote also works on astronomy and mathematics, among them a ‘Commentary on Euclid,’ which is extant; and a commentary of Plato’s ‘Dialogues,’ of which the commentary on ‘The Republic’ has come down to our time.