- Porphyry, being a Neoplatonist, starts with universal principles, asking Iamblichus to define what the Egyptian Theosophers consider the First Cause to be.
- Iamblichus' Life of Pythagoras
- goras by Iamblichus are authentic; is acknowledged by speaks of Iamblichus as a man of a most acute genius. under the title of Iamblichus De Mysteriis.
- Iamblichus on Pythagoras - Philaletheians
- Iamblichus on Pythagoras - tr. Taylor v. 6.
- Iamblichus Page
- The Page of Iamblichus in the Shrine of the Goddess Athena.
- Iamblichus: Theurgia, or the Egyptian Mysteries
- Iamblichus (c. A.D.
- Great Theosophists--Iamblichus: The Egyptian Mysteries (11 of 29)
- Iamblichus, the third member of this great Neoplatonic triad, was born in Chalsis, in Coele-Syria, at about the middle of the third century.
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