The fragments that remain of the lost writings of Proclus, surnamed the Platonic successor

San Diego: Wizards Bookshelf. Edited by Thomas Taylor (1825)
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It is remarkable, that though the writings of Proclus are entirely neglected, and even unknown to many who are called scholars, in this country,..

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