Phanto of Phlius

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Phanto (or Phanton, Greek: Φάντων; 4th century BC) of Phlius, was a Pythagorean philosopher, and one of the last of the school until the Neopythagorean revival in the Roman era. He was a disciple of Philolaus and Eurytus, and, probably in his old age, contemporary with Aristoxenus, the Peripatetic philosopher, c. 320 BC.[1][2]


  1. ^ Iamblichus, de Vit. Pythag. cc. 35, 36.
  2. ^ Diogenes Laërtius, viii. 46

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