Samian letter

Samian letter
Pythagorean letter or Samian letter noun
The Greek letter Υ which was, for Pythagoras, a symbol of the parting of the ways for vice and virtue
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Main Entry:Pythagorean
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Samian letter noun
The Pythagorean letter
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Main Entry:Samian

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