Pythagoras mentioned in Vedas?
Lars Martin Fosse
lmfosse at ONLINE.NO
Mon Jun 14 11:44:42 UTC 1999
Georg von Simson wrote:
> Dear Lars Martin,
> there is after all a slight difference between the 3rd century B.C. and
> the 3rd century A.D.!
> All the best,
> >> The oldest European reference to a connection between Pythagoreanism and
> >> India is possibly the "Life of Apollonius" written by Philostratus
> >> Flavius(ca. 3rd cent CE). Apollonius of Tyana, the Neo-Pythagorean, who was
> >> considered an incarnation of Pythagoras, is said to have visited India.
Ooooooops! I didn't quite catch on to the CE. Shame on me. Eternal shame.
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