- c360–327 b.c., Greek philosopher: chronicled Alexander the Great's conquests.
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And Alexander was more savage than usual in his behaviour to Callisthenes and Clitus.Plutarch's Morals
Callisthenes is also quoted by Plutarch (Alex., 27) in regard to this prodigy.
There could be if the Government would appoint a Callisthenes of their own and set the eager pen similarly to work.
Among those who thus accompanied him was Callisthenes, a relative and pupil of Aristotle, destined for an evil end.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)
John William Draper
Yet Polybius tries to prove that there was not room even for the 60,000 troops mentioned by Callisthenes.