Panaetius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Rhodes - Stoic philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
Panaetius is a pupil of Diogenes.
Scipio visits Asia and Rhodes, where he meets Panaetius.
The philosopher Panaetius is a regular companion of Scipio.
Panaetius decides not to apply for citizenship at Athens.
Poseidonius is a pupil of Panaetius.
The death of the philosopher Panaetius.
have the book. But Panaetius of Rhodes has contradicted
grammarian, (a man whom Panaetius the Rhodian philosopher
before his censorship had Panaetius as absolutely the sole
is 'perspicuous.' Seeing that Panaetius, who in my judgement
studied word by word, as Panaetius enjoins upon Tubero. And the
he attended the lectures of Panaetius. His abilities
and constant hearer of Panaetius, and a thorough profici
a hearer of your friend Panaetius, and Diodorus, a pupil of
what I had learned from Panaetius, Apollonius, as was his manner,
Marcus Vigellius, who lived with Panaetius, all men of the Stoic
How I wish our friend Panaetius were with us ! For
converse very frequently with Panaetius on this subject in
been the opinion of Panaetius, and must necessarily mount
give, therefore, any credit to Panaetius, when he dissents from his
unlikeness.  I wish Panaetius could be here; he lived
poem of Appius Caecus, which Panaetius commends so much in a
Chrysippus, Antipater, Carneades, Panaetius, Clitomachus, Philon, Antiochus,
laces ethics second; and Panaetius and Poseidonius begin
On this account Panaetius teaches that there are two
to it." However, Panaetius and Poseidonius do not
on the World. But Panaetius asserts that the world is imp
all agree in saying; for Panaetius denies that it has any
to Cleanthes. But Panaetius and Sosicrates say, that his
of Rhodes, the pupil of Panaetius; he says . . .
 [ Panaetius ] on account of his
he died of disease; and Panaetius . . . also the
and died there, while Panaetius was still alive; Asclepiodotus
talks in the school Panaetius and that Dicaeus of
[the son of Mnesarchus]; ... Panaetius of Rhodes, the son of
ipio whispered softly to Panaetius : The Alexandrians have
led with him one friend, Panaetius the philosopher, and
rus; and Scipio sent for Panaetius when he himself was sen
- a tyrant of Leontini
ion to the accusations.  Panaetius. Panaetius was
- in documents
(after 188) inos ...sios son of Panaitios ...stos son of Alex
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