Mnaseas   - in ancient sources @

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  Mnaseas   - the father of the philosopher Zenon
DiogLaert_7.1 {1} Zenon was the son of Mnaseas, or Demeas, and a native
DiogLaert_7.10 Zenon the son of Mnaseas, the Cititaean, has passed many
DiogLaert_7.11 praise Zenon, the son of Mnaseas, the Citiaean, and to pre
DiogLaert_7.31 Name, that his father Mnaseas often came to Athens, as

  Mnaseas 2   - the father of the poet Aratus (according to some writers)
Vit:Arat_4 Aratus was the son of Mnaseas, and he was taught by an

  Mnaseas 3   of Patara   - Greek historian, late 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_12.530   elegantly than a woman, as Mnaseas relates, in the third book

  Mnaseas   - in documents
RC_70 (late 2nd cent.)   Demetrios and grandson of Mnaseas, . . . of the A
Syll_585 (197-175)   Lebadeia, the son of Mnaseas When the archon was

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