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Title: Three articles
Authors: Busuttil, Joseph
Keywords: Xenophanes, approximately 570 B.C.-approximately 478 B.C.
Polemo, Antonius, approximately 88-145
Grattius, Faliscus -- Criticism and interpretation
Malta -- In literature
Malta -- Antiquities
Issue Date: 1971
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Arts
Citation: Busuttil, J. (1971). Three articles. Journal of the Faculty of Arts, 4(4), 329-333.
Abstract: Xenophanes (c. 570-c. 470 B.C.), poet and philosopher, was born in the Ionian city of Colophon. Driven away from his country he spent many years in. Sicily. He is also reputed, perhaps erroneously, to have been the founder of the Eleatic School of Philosophy. According to the Doxographers Xenophanes believed, perhaps under the influence of Anaximander's cosmogony, that the earth was subject to alternate encroachments of land on sea and of sea on land.
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