Athenades   - in ancient sources @

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  Athenades   - a philosopher, contemporary with Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
DiogLaert_7.190 opositions, addressed to Athenades; three on Positive Prop
DiogLaert_7.195 Reasonings, addressed to Athenades (this again is not genu
DiogLaert_7.198 pparent Argument, addressed to Athenades. The eighth set

  Athenades 2   - an Athenian, defended in a speech attributed to Deinarchus
DionHal:Din_13 mosthenes. 84. For Athenades, a supporting speech against
Philoch_158 translated by S.Usher & For Athenades . . . The second

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