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Proclus

(ˈprəʊkləs; ˈprɒk-)
n
(Biography) ?410–485 ad, Greek Neo-Platonist philosopher

Pro•clus

(ˈproʊ kləs, ˈprɒk ləs)

n.
A.D. c411–485, Greek philosopher.
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Proclus Diadochus, Commentary on Euclid's Elements, Book I, Greek Mathematical Works, Volume I, The Loeb Classical Library, 1939, London, W.
The first book of Euclid's Elements, with a commentary based principally upon that of Proclus Diadochus.
Aurispa made at least two trips to Constantinople to collect manuscripts and sent to Sicily religious works by Saint John Chrysostom, Saint Simeon, and Saint Gregory Nazianzus, and to Venice secular works, such as the book of history by Procopius of Caesarea, the treatise on horsemanship by Xenophon, poetry by Callimacus, Pindar, and Oppian, as well as the complete works of Plato, Proclus Diadochus, and Lucian.