Theophrastus (d. 286 B.C.)

Theophrastus, a peripatetic philosopher, born in Lesbos; pupil, heir, and successor of Aristotle, and the great interpreter and expounder of his philosophy; was widely famous in his day; his writings were numerous, but only a few are extant, on plants, stars, and fire; (d. 286 B.C.)

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Theology * Theosophy
Theocrates
Theodicy
Theodora
Theodore
Theodore
Theodoret
Theodoric
Theodosius I., the Great
Theognis
Theology
Theophrastus
Theosophy
Therapeutæ
Thermo-dynamics
Thermopylæ
Thersites
Theseus
Thespis
Thessalonians, Epistle to the
Thessalonica
Thessaly

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Theophrastus in Chalmer’s 1812 Dictionary of Biography