didymus

[dĭdə-məs]
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Historical Examples of didymus

  • Assuredly, Didymus of Alexandria is no mediocre philosopher.

  • The only obstacle in the way, the house of the old philosopher Didymus, was destroyed.

  • They are tearing down the house of the old Museum fungus, Didymus.

  • No, the garden of Didymus was not the proper place for his friend's last work.

  • If you can prevent the erection of the statues on Didymus's land, so much the better.