Definition of Timaeus
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Timaeus Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
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defiled, the father of blind bartimaeus (mark 10:46).
Timaeus Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Timaeus (or Timaios) is a Greek name. It may refer to:
- Timaeus (dialogue), a Socratic dialogue by Plato
- Timaeus of Locri, 5th-century BC Pythagorean philosopher, appearing in Plato's dialogue
- Timaeus (historian) (c. 345 BC-c. 250 BC), Greek historian from Tauromenium in Sicily
- Timaeus the Sophist, Greek philosopher who lived sometime between the 1st and 4th centuries, supposed writer of a Lexicon of Platonic words
- Timaeus, mentioned in as the father of Bartimaeus
- Timaeus (crater), a lunar crater named after the philosopher
- Timaeus, one of the Three Legendary Dragons from the Japanese anime series Yu-Gi-Oh!
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Timaeus Definition from Religion & Spirituality Dictionaries & Glossaries
Easton's Bible Dictionary
defiled, the father of blind Bartimaeus (Mark 10:46).
Smith's Bible Dictionary
the father of the blind man, Bartimaus. (Mark 10:46)
Timaeus (Greek) A dialogue of Plato in which the Pythagorean philosopher Timaeus gives an account of aspects of cosmogenesis and anthropogenesis. Timaeus himself is stated to have written what was regarded by Pythagoras as a book of great worth entitled Peri Psyche Kosmou Kai Physeos (On the Soul of the World and of Nature).