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  Cleanthes   of Assus - Stoic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
279/8 Cleanthes arrives at Athens and becomes a pupil of Zenon the Stoic.
261/26 to Amoebeus, Antigonus, Ariston, Cleanthes, Dionysius and others.
261/27 and his followers, including Cleanthes, Dionysius, Persaeus and Posei
250/26 Cleanthes accuses Aristarchus of impiety, because of his heliocentric
240/14 Ariston of Chios, addressed to Arcesilaus, Cleanthes, and others.
240/19 Arcesilaus rejects Baton because he has insulted Cleanthes.
240/22 pelles, Aridelus, Charmides, Cleanthes, Ctesibius, Hemon, Telephus,
239/5 Cleanthes gives frank replies to Antigonus' questions.
231/3 Chrysippus attends the lectures of Cleanthes.
231/3a Cleanthes witnesses an ant's funeral during one of his lectures.
231/4 Sayings of Cleanthes, addressed to Sositheus and others.
231/5 The frugal lifestyle of Cleanthes.
231/6 The death of the Stoic philosopher Cleanthes.
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Cleanthes
    Within translations:
Athen_8.354 ysippus in the school of Cleanthes, when he had been summo
Diog_Laert_07.14 this story is told by Cleanthes, in his treatise on Bra
Diog_Laert_07.17 and once, when he and Cleanthes were both sitting by
Diog_Laert_07.37 us, of the Bosporus; and Cleanthes of Assus, the son of
Diog_Laert_07.41 Poseidonius. But Cleanthes says, that there are six divi
Diog_Laert_07.84 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
Diog_Laert_07.127 virtue can be lost, but Cleanthes affirms that it cannot;
Diog_Laert_07.128 virtue in everything, as Cleanthes asserts, for it cannot
Diog_Laert_07.134 on Essence, and so does Cleanthes in his essay on Atoms,
Diog_Laert_07.139 principle of the world; and Cleanthes attributes this
Diog_Laert_07.142 eatise on the World, and Cleanthes, and Antipater, in the
Diog_Laert_07.157 it we are moved. Cleanthes, accordingly, asserts that
Diog_Laert_07.163 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;
Diog_Laert_07.182 ctician pressing hard on Cleanthes, and proposing sophisti
Diog_Laert_07.185 tolemaeus wrote to Cleanthes, begging him either to come
Hieron:Chron_1753 oic died, and was succeeded by Cleanthes. 129.2 . [1754]
Lucian:Macr_19 himself to death. Cleanthes, the pupil and successor of
MArgent_11.28 sdom to be immortal, know that Cleanthes and Zenon went

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