Lyco of Troas (; Greek: Λύκων Lykon, gen.: Λύκωνος; c. 299 – c. 225 BC), son of Astyanax, was a Peripatetic philosopher and the disciple of Strato, whom he succeeded as the head of the Peripatetic school, c. 269 BC; he held that post for more than forty-four years.

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  • Lyco of Troas (; Greek: Λύκων Lykon, gen.: Λύκωνος; c. 299 – c. 225 BC), son of Astyanax, was a Peripatetic philosopher and the disciple of Strato, whom he succeeded as the head of the Peripatetic school, c. 269 BC; he held that post for more than forty-four years. (en)
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  • Lyco of Troas (; Greek: Λύκων Lykon, gen.: Λύκωνος; c. 299 – c. 225 BC), son of Astyanax, was a Peripatetic philosopher and the disciple of Strato, whom he succeeded as the head of the Peripatetic school, c. 269 BC; he held that post for more than forty-four years. (en)
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