Philiscus of Thessaly

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Philiscus of Thessaly (2nd-3rd century) was a Roman era sophist,[1] who according to Philostratus, joined 'geometricians and philosophers' associated with Julia Domna[2] (Empress and wife of Roman Emperor Septimius Severus)

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  1. ^ Greek sophists in the Roman Empire By Glen Warren Bowersock Page 103 ISBN 0-7156-1262-X
  2. ^ Julia Domna, Syrian Empress By Barbara Levick Page 113 ISBN 0-415-33143-9