Mnesarchus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Stoic philosopher, c. 100 B.C.
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I. : 'But why is Mnesarchus resentful ? Why does Antipater
What, was he dissatisfied with Mnesarchus ? or with Dardanus ?
spirited and copious speaker. Mnesarchus, too, was in great
 Some of them, as Mnesarchus himself, said, that those whom
a disciple of Dardanus and Mnesarchus, . . .
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