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ANAXIMANDER OF MILETUS Anaximander of Miletus was in his prime about
560 B.C. The title or titles of any works of his are unknown. 1. The Non-Limited is
the original material of existing things; further, the source from which existing
XENOPHANES OF COLOPHON Xenophanes of Coloph6n was in his prime
about 530 b.c. He wrote poems for recitation, in hexameters and elegiacs.
Elegiacs 1. For now, behold, the floor is clean, and so too the hands of all, and
Plutarch, who quotes this, did not know the meaning of inrffxpXoiov, but was told
by scholars that qAoteiv is used to mean 'to be in its prime', 'to flourish', and as the
apple is the fruit which best preserves its prime, the poet called it 'of ...
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