Cleanthes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Assus - Stoic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
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Cleanthes arrives at Athens and becomes a pupil of Zenon the Stoic.
to Amoebeus, Antigonus, Ariston, Cleanthes, Dionysius and others.
and his followers, including Cleanthes, Dionysius, Persaeus and Posei
Cleanthes accuses Aristarchus of impiety, because of his heliocentric
Ariston of Chios, addressed to Arcesilaus, Cleanthes, and others.
Arcesilaus rejects Baton because he has insulted Cleanthes.
pelles, Aridelus, Charmides, Cleanthes, Ctesibius, Hemon, Telephus,
Cleanthes gives frank replies to Antigonus' questions.
Chrysippus attends the lectures of Cleanthes.
Cleanthes witnesses an ant's funeral during one of his lectures.
Sayings of Cleanthes, addressed to Sositheus and others.
The frugal lifestyle of Cleanthes.
The death of the Stoic philosopher Cleanthes.
DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Cleanthes
ysippus in the school of Cleanthes, when he had been summo
this story is told by Cleanthes, in his treatise on Bra
and once, when he and Cleanthes were both sitting by
us, of the Bosporus; and Cleanthes of Assus, the son of
Poseidonius. But Cleanthes says, that there are six divi
non of Citium, and Cleanthes, have, as being more ancient
Diog_* Laert_07.87-92 *
And in like manner Cleanthes speaks in his treatise on Ple
virtue can be lost, but Cleanthes affirms that it cannot;
virtue in everything, as Cleanthes asserts, for it cannot
on Essence, and so does Cleanthes in his essay on Atoms,
principle of the world; and Cleanthes attributes this
eatise on the World, and Cleanthes, and Antipater, in the
it we are moved. Cleanthes, accordingly, asserts that
ians; four books of Letters to Cleanthes. But Panaetius
Diog_* Laert_07.167-173 *
ceeded Zenon in his school was Cleanthes, whom we must now
Diog_* Laert_07.176-179 *
runs thus: & I praise Cleanthes, but praise Hades more;
ctician pressing hard on Cleanthes, and proposing sophisti
tolemaeus wrote to Cleanthes, begging him either to come
oic died, and was succeeded by Cleanthes. 129.2 . 
himself to death. Cleanthes, the pupil and successor of
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