Xenocrates

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Xenocrates

(zɛˈnɒkrəˌtiːz)
n
(Biography) ?396–314 bc, Greek Platonic philosopher
Xenocratic adj

Xe•noc•ra•tes

(zəˈnɒk rəˌtiz)

n.
396–314 B.C., Greek philosopher.
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In time his cabinet of curiosities became famous throughout Europe; he was elected to membership in London's Royal Society, the Xenocratic College, the Imperial Academy in Vienna, and other scholarly organizations.