Eunapius (yōnāˈpēəs) [key], b. c.347, Greek Neoplatonic philosopher, whose Lives of the Philosophers and Sophists is a most valuable primary source. His continuation of Dexippus' history is lost. Like many Neoplatonists he opposed Christianity.
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