Origen the Pagan  

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Origen the Pagan (Template:Lang-el; fl. early 3rd century) was a Platonist philosopher who lived in Alexandria. He was a student of Ammonius Saccas and a contemporary of Plotinus in Ammonius's philosophy school in Alexandria. He was also a contemporary of the more famous Christian philosopher Origen of Alexandria, who may also have been educated by Ammonius Saccas.




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