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Alexander listening to Aristotle, his teacher in Mieza (another teacher was Menaechmus )

Mieza, "shrine of the Nymphs". Village in Ancient Macedon, where Aristotle taught the boy Alexander the Great. Home to Alexander's companion Peucestas.

As a place for the pursuit of their studies and exercises, he assigned the temple of the Nymphs, near Mieza, where, to this very day, they show you Aristotle’s stone seats, and the shady walks which he was wont to frequent. Plutarch, Alexander

Now the site is close in the village of Lefkadia near the modern city of Náousa.


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