PHILOSOPHER

David the Invincible

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David the Invincible (or David the Philosopher) was a neoplatonist philosopher of the 6th century.David was a pupil of Olympiodorus in Alexandria. His works, originally written in Greek, survive in medieval Armenian translation, and he was given the byname of "invincible" (Classical Armenian: Անյաղթ; reformed: Անհաղթ, Anhağt) in the Armenian tradition, which considers David himself an Armenian. Due to confusion with other authors called David and due to an abundant body of medieval legend, almost nothing is known with certainty about the historical David. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of David the Invincible has received more than 24,751 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. David the Invincible is the 787th most popular philosopher (down from 695th in 2019).

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  • 64.10

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  • 19

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.90

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.55

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among PHILOSOPHERS

Among philosophers, David the Invincible ranks 787 out of 1,089Before him are Zacharias Rhetor, Robert Anton Wilson, Karl Vogt, Jean Starobinski, Maximus of Ephesus, and Motoori Norinaga. After him are Samuel Clarke, André Glucksmann, Ferenc Dávid, Francesco Algarotti, Melchor Cano, and Lanza del Vasto.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 600, David the Invincible ranks 40Before him are Cunimund, Walthari, Yan Liben, Dervan, Abu Salama, and Amandus. After him are Chram, Æthelfrith, Khosrow III, Ælla of Deira, Gisulf II of Friuli, and Aidan of Lindisfarne. Among people deceased in 600, David the Invincible ranks 12Before him are Sophia, Leander of Seville, Stephanus of Byzantium, Hrólfr Kraki, Eutocius of Ascalon, and Agathangelos. After him are Hesychius of Miletus, Theodorus Lector, and Aneirin.

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