The fame of the academy of Plato is to a large extent due to Eudoxus's pupils of the school at Cyzicus, among whom are Menaechmus, Dinostratus, Athenaeus, and Helicon.
fame, academy, Plato, large, extent, due, pupils, school, Helicon
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