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 (plō-tī′nəs) ad 205-270.
Egyptian-born Roman philosopher who founded Neoplatonism. His writings are collected in The Enneads.
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(Biography) ?205–?270 ad, Roman Neo-Platonist philosopher, born in Egypt
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(ploʊˈtaɪ nəs)

A.D. 205?–270?, Roman philosopher, born in Egypt: founder of Neoplatonism.
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Noun1.Plotinus - Roman philosopher (born in Egypt) who was the leading representative of Neoplatonism (205-270)
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Speaking about the performance, soprano Mariza Anastasiades -- who will take part in the concert -- said "the concert on September 6 at the Phaneromeni Festival of Arts 2018 will take us on a journey through mythology with the actress Maria Andreou, together with myself and other soloists Ellie Aloneftou, Marios Andreou, Augusto Garcia, the Concordia string quartet, pianists Zbynek Maruska and Plotinos Mikromatis.
The concert, featuring Andreas Giannakouras on the trumpet, Nikos Koukouvinos on the trombone and Plotinos Micromatis on the piano, is part of the Commandaria Orchestra and Friends series.
The concerts will be performed by members of the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra and soloists Plotinos Mikromatis on piano and Alexis Theophylaktou on violin, under the baton of Nabil Shehata.