Diadochi

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Diadochi

(daɪˈædəkaɪ)
pl n
(Historical Terms) the six Macedonian generals who, after the death of Alexander the Great, fought for control of his empire in the Wars of the Diadochi (321–281 bc)
[Greek: successors]
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Writing in the fifth century, Diadochos of Photiki declared that "If light or some fiery form should be seen by one pursuing the spiritual way, he should not on any account accept such a vision: it is an obvious deceit of the enemy (8)".
Sin embargo, podria haberlo hecho anos despues de que dejo de ser su alumno, con el fin de indicar el otorgamiento de la ciudadania o (quiza mas plausiblemente) el que Heraclides se convirtiera en diadochos, si no lo era todavia cuando enseno a Simaco.
Consider, for instance, the complicated fate of Hesychasm and Palamism, which were concerned with stillness and emptiness as forms of mystical worship, or the life of the highly repetitious "Jesus prayer" of the fifth-century ascetic Diadochos of Photiki.