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Definition: Academy begun by Aristotle. It was separate from Plato's Academy. At the Lyceum, students engaged in studies of a broader range than at the Academy, such as nature and certain kinds of science.

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Ancient Greece
Learn more about the area as a whole.

Elsewhere on the Web:
A Little About the Lyceum
An overview of Aristotle's famous school.

Aristotle and the Lyceum
The focus here is on math and politics, but the discussion on the Lyceum is helpful, too.

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