Ellopion of Peparethus

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Ellopion of Peparethus (fl. 4th century BCE) was a Socratic philosopher, who is mentioned only by Plutarch.[1] He accompanied Plato and Simmias in philosophical discussions with Chonuphis of Memphis.[2]

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  1. ^ Plutarch, De Gen. Socrat., p. 578, f
  2. ^ Ian Kidd, Robin Waterfield, (1992), Plutarch. Essays, page 416. Penguin Classics.