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από 'Αριστοτέλης, Μετεωρολογικά, B 2, 355a'
Aristotle, Meteor. ii. 2, p. 355 a 9. :
Concerning the sun this cannot happen, since, being nourished in the same manner, as they say, it is plain that the sun is not only, as Heraclitus says, new every day, but it is continually new.
Alexander Aphrod. in Meteor. 1.1. fol. 93 a.
Olympiodorus in Meteor. 1.1. fol. 30 a.
Plotinus, Enn. II. 1, p. 97.
Proclus in Tim. p. 334 B.
Plato, Rep. VI. p. 498 B.
Olympiodorus in Plato, Phaed. p. 201, Finckh trans.
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