Neoplatonic (4th cent. AD), pupil of Iamblichus' pupil Aedesius  in Pergamum. He taught the future emperor Julian, at first in Pergamum with Eusebius of Myndus, then in Ephesus with the Neoplatonic philosopher Maximus. C. was also the teacher of Eunapius, who, in his Vitae philosophorum et sophistarum (ch. 23 p. 90,21-101,16 Giangrande), sketches a most vivid portrait of him.
R. Goulet, in: Id. 2, 1994, 320-323.
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Hadot, Pierre (Limours),
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