Peter the Iberian

Philosopher, Deceased Person

0411 – 0491

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Who was Peter the Iberian?

Peter the Iberian was a Georgian royal prince, theologian and philosopher who was a prominent figure in early Christianity and one of the founders of the Christian neoplatonism. Some have claimed that he is the author of the works written under the pen name Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite.

His accomplishments include founding the first Georgian monastery in Bethlehem and becoming the bishop of Gaza near Majuma.

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Born
0411
Caucasian Iberia
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Died
0491
Yavne-Yam

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on July 23, 2013

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