Archelaus of Athens (also called Archelaus of Miletus), fl. 5th century BC. Ancient Greek philosopher, pupil and successor of Anaxagoras of Clazomenae. Sometimes called "the last of the physicists," he is also said to have been a teacher of Socrates. None of his works survive.

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Life of Archelaus
From the C.D. Yonge translation of Diogenes Laertius, made available by Peitho's Web.
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