Plato founded school named Academy. What was the name of the school founded by Aristotle?

Universition
Gymnasion
Lyceum
Parnassus
The Lyceum was a gym­na­si­um and public meeting place in Clas­si­cal Athens named after the Apollo Lyceus, "wolf-­god" of the grove that housed the Lyceum.

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Lyceum
Parnassus
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flagSpain
11%
11%
74%
3%
27
flagLithuania
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20%
10
flagCanada
10%
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flagNorway
0%
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19%
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flagFrance
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19%
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flagUkraine
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flagItaly
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27
flagthe Netherlands
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flagAustralia
18%
9%
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18%
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flagthe United Kingdom
11%
29%
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6%
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flagGermany
5%
32%
50%
10%
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flagIndia
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18%
50%
18%
22
flagDenmark
8%
33%
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12
flagAustria
16%
16%
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16%
12
flagPoland
7%
34%
49%
7%
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flagRepublic of Ireland
3%
33%
48%
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27
flagthe United States
17%
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flagBelgium
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flagSweden
18%
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11

Gender

men49%
women40%
Universition
7%
8%
Gymnasion
35%
41%
Lyceum
49%
41%
Parnassus
7%
9%

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