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Theophrastus Such
Impressions of Theophrastus Such by George Eliot [Mary Anne Evans] is a publication of the Pennsylvania. State University.
Theophrastus on Teleology
tion of the treatise On Stones by Theophrastus has been available to students of and terminology of Theophrastus may find this translation useful.

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Zahnbrecher hilft mit Hämorrhoidenzange
(25 Bilder) Um Dr. Bombastus Theophrastus und Bruder Leonardo bildete sich ein großer Kreis: Die beiden Mediziner präsentierten ihre medizinischen Künste vor dem lachenden Publikum.
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Auf den Spuren des Heilers
Die Begegnung mit Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim, genannt Paracelsus, beginnt an historischem Schauplatz am Spalentor, dem Tor zum Elsass, wohin der angeschwärzte und öffentlich bedrohte Paracelsus 1528 geflohen war.
Insula Lesbos – turism în lumea poetei Sappho
Savantul antic Theophrastus, autor de cercetări botanice, sa născut tot pe această insulă. Iar Lesbos este locul în care Aristotel a început primele cercetări asupra zoologiei sistematice.

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Theophrastus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Theophrastus (Greek: Θεόφραστος; c. 371 – c. 287 BC), a Greek native of Eresos in Lesbos, was the successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic school.
Theophrastus [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Sep 12, 2004 Theophrastus was a Greek philosopher of the Peripatetic school, and immediate successor of Aristotle in leadership of the Lyceum.
History of Horticulture - Theophrastus 372-288 B.C.
Theophrastus was born at Eresos about 372 B.C., the son of a fuller and died about 288 B.
Theophrastus | Board Game | BoardGameGeek
From the Mayfair website: At the end of the Renaissance, one alchemist rose above the rest: Theophrastus von Bombast der Hohenheim.
The most important and influential botanist of antiquity was THEOPHRASTUS ( 371-286 BC), a pupil of ARISTOTLE.

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