b. AD 205, probably in Lyco (Lycopolis) in Egypt;
d. in AD 270 near Minturnae (Latium);
Greek philosopher; founder of Neoplatonism.
Almost all information about Plotinus and his works, in particular their chronological order, stem from the biography by his disciple Porphyrius, which prefaced all ancient editions. A scholium to Enneádes (Enn.) 4,6,29/30 might…