Alexander Philalethes (Gr. Ἀλέξανδρος Φιλαλήθης) was an ancient Greek physician, whom Priscian called Alexander Amator Veri (Alexander Truth-Lover), and who was probably the same person quoted by Caelius Aurelianus under the name of Alexander Laodicensis. He lived probably towards the end of the 1st century BC, as Strabo speaks of him as a contemporary. He was a pupil of Asclepiades of Bithynia, succeeded an otherwise unknown Zeuxis as head of a celebrated Herophilean school of medicine, established in Phrygia between Laodicea and Carura, and was tutor to Aristoxenus and Demosthenes Philalethes. He is several times mentioned by Galen and also by Soranus, and appears to have written some medical works, which are no longer extant. The view, once current, that Alexander's Areskonta served as

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  • Alexandre Filaletes (en llatí Alexander Philalethes, en grec antic Ἀλέξανδρος Φιλαλήθης) va ser un antic metge grec anomenat també Alexander Amator Veri (per ) i probablement era el mateix que Celi Aurelià anomena Alexander Laodicensis. Va viure probablement al final del segle i aC, ja que Estrabó diu que era contemporani seu. Va ser deixeble d'Asclepíades Bitini, i va succeir a Zeuxis com a cap de l'escola de medicina fundada per Heròfil de Calcedònia i establerta a Frígia entre Laodicea i Carura. Va ser tutor d'Aristoxenus i Demòstenes Filaletes. És citat diverses vegades per Galè i per Soranus i va escriure algunes obres de medicina que no s'han conservat. (ca)
  • Ο Αλέξανδρος ο Φιλαλήθης (πολυτονικό: Ἀλέξανδρος ὀ Φιλαλήθης) ήταν αρχαίος Έλληνας ιατρός από την Λαοδίκεια της Φρυγίας, ο οποίος έζησε ανάμεσα στον 1ο αιώνα π.Χ. και 1ο μ.Χ. καθώς ο γεωγράφος Στράβωνας τον αναφέρει ως σύγχρονο του, και ήταν μαθητής του Ασκληπιάδη του Βιθυνού ο οποίος έζησε κατά τον 1ο αιώνα π.Χ.. Διαδέχτηκε τον Ζεύξι ως επικεφαλής της ιατρικής σχολής που είχε ιδρύσει ο Ηρόφιλος, και ήταν ο δάσκαλος των ιατρών Αριστόξενου και Δημοσθένη Φιλαλήθη. Το έργο του αναφέρεται αρκετές φορές από τον Γαληνό καθώς επίσης και από τον Σορανό τον Εφέσιο, και εμφανίζεται να έχει γράψει πολλά έργα τα οποία δεν διασώζονται πλέον. Ανάμεσα στα έργα του ήταν και ένα με τον τίτλο Ἀρέσκοντα για το οποίο έχει διατυπωθεί η εκτίμηση πως χρησιμοποιήθηκε ως βάση από τους Ανώνυμο του Λονδίνου, Αέτιο τον Αντιοχέα, και , ωστόσο δεν θεωρείται πως τεκμηριώνεται αρκετά ώστε να καθιερωθεί ως υπόθεση. Στα λατινικά είναι γνωστός και ως Alexander Laodicensis από τον ,ενώ στην Ιταλική ιατρική φιλολογία ως Alexander Amator Veri βάσει αναφορών του . (el)
  • Alexander Philalethes (Gr. Ἀλέξανδρος Φιλαλήθης) was an ancient Greek physician, whom Priscian called Alexander Amator Veri (Alexander Truth-Lover), and who was probably the same person quoted by Caelius Aurelianus under the name of Alexander Laodicensis. He lived probably towards the end of the 1st century BC, as Strabo speaks of him as a contemporary. He was a pupil of Asclepiades of Bithynia, succeeded an otherwise unknown Zeuxis as head of a celebrated Herophilean school of medicine, established in Phrygia between Laodicea and Carura, and was tutor to Aristoxenus and Demosthenes Philalethes. He is several times mentioned by Galen and also by Soranus, and appears to have written some medical works, which are no longer extant. The view, once current, that Alexander's Areskonta served as a doxographical basis for such authors as Anonymus Londinensis, Aetius the doxographer, Soranus of Ephesus, and Anonymus Bruxellensis is an inference on the basis of flimsy evidence. (en)
  • Alexandre Filaletes (grego antigo: Ἀλέξανδρος Φιλαλήθης) foi um antigo médico grego, chamado, por , de Alexander Amator Veri (Alexandre, o Amante da Verdade), sendo, talvez, a mesma pessoa citada por Célio Aureliano como Alexander Laodicensis. Ele viveu, provavelmente, por volta do século I d.C., pois Estrabão fala dele como sendo seu contemporâneo. Foi aluno de , substituiu um outro desconhecido chamado Zeuxis no cargo de chefe da famosa escola herofiliana de medicina, situada na Frígia, entre as cidades de Laodiceia e , e foi tutor de Aristóxenes e Demóstenes Filaletes. Ele é mencionado inúmeras vezes por Cláudio Galeno e, também, por Sorano de Éfeso, e parece ter escrito alguns trabalhos na área médica, os quais não existem mais. (pt)
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  • Alexandre Filaletes (grego antigo: Ἀλέξανδρος Φιλαλήθης) foi um antigo médico grego, chamado, por , de Alexander Amator Veri (Alexandre, o Amante da Verdade), sendo, talvez, a mesma pessoa citada por Célio Aureliano como Alexander Laodicensis. Ele viveu, provavelmente, por volta do século I d.C., pois Estrabão fala dele como sendo seu contemporâneo. Foi aluno de , substituiu um outro desconhecido chamado Zeuxis no cargo de chefe da famosa escola herofiliana de medicina, situada na Frígia, entre as cidades de Laodiceia e , e foi tutor de Aristóxenes e Demóstenes Filaletes. Ele é mencionado inúmeras vezes por Cláudio Galeno e, também, por Sorano de Éfeso, e parece ter escrito alguns trabalhos na área médica, os quais não existem mais. (pt)
  • Alexandre Filaletes (en llatí Alexander Philalethes, en grec antic Ἀλέξανδρος Φιλαλήθης) va ser un antic metge grec anomenat també Alexander Amator Veri (per ) i probablement era el mateix que Celi Aurelià anomena Alexander Laodicensis. (ca)
  • Ο Αλέξανδρος ο Φιλαλήθης (πολυτονικό: Ἀλέξανδρος ὀ Φιλαλήθης) ήταν αρχαίος Έλληνας ιατρός από την Λαοδίκεια της Φρυγίας, ο οποίος έζησε ανάμεσα στον 1ο αιώνα π.Χ. και 1ο μ.Χ. καθώς ο γεωγράφος Στράβωνας τον αναφέρει ως σύγχρονο του, και ήταν μαθητής του Ασκληπιάδη του Βιθυνού ο οποίος έζησε κατά τον 1ο αιώνα π.Χ.. Διαδέχτηκε τον Ζεύξι ως επικεφαλής της ιατρικής σχολής που είχε ιδρύσει ο Ηρόφιλος, και ήταν ο δάσκαλος των ιατρών Αριστόξενου και Δημοσθένη Φιλαλήθη. Το έργο του αναφέρεται αρκετές φορές από τον Γαληνό καθώς επίσης και από τον Σορανό τον Εφέσιο, και εμφανίζεται να έχει γράψει πολλά έργα τα οποία δεν διασώζονται πλέον. Ανάμεσα στα έργα του ήταν και ένα με τον τίτλο Ἀρέσκοντα για το οποίο έχει διατυπωθεί η εκτίμηση πως χρησιμοποιήθηκε ως βάση από τους Ανώνυμο του Λονδίνου, Αέτιο (el)
  • Alexander Philalethes (Gr. Ἀλέξανδρος Φιλαλήθης) was an ancient Greek physician, whom Priscian called Alexander Amator Veri (Alexander Truth-Lover), and who was probably the same person quoted by Caelius Aurelianus under the name of Alexander Laodicensis. He lived probably towards the end of the 1st century BC, as Strabo speaks of him as a contemporary. He was a pupil of Asclepiades of Bithynia, succeeded an otherwise unknown Zeuxis as head of a celebrated Herophilean school of medicine, established in Phrygia between Laodicea and Carura, and was tutor to Aristoxenus and Demosthenes Philalethes. He is several times mentioned by Galen and also by Soranus, and appears to have written some medical works, which are no longer extant. The view, once current, that Alexander's Areskonta served as (en)
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