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Greek Transliteration
See here for protocols used in Greek transliteration.
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  • Public domain material available on the internet
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On the epithet "divine"
I have taken the liberty of describing Iamblichus with the epithet "divine" throughout this site. I have done this out of respect for his life, writings and influence and to follow the example of the ancients, to whom Pythagoras, Plato and Iamblichus were the few honoured with this title. It is interesting also to note that the epithet s๔ter (saviour) was also given to Iamblichus, an honour he shares with the god Dionysus and Christ.