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  Panaetius   of Rhodes - Stoic philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
152/21 Panaetius is a pupil of Diogenes.
139/19 Scipio visits Asia and Rhodes, where he meets Panaetius.
129/16 The philosopher Panaetius is a regular companion of Scipio.
109/20 Panaetius decides not to apply for citizenship at Athens.
109/21 Poseidonius is a pupil of Panaetius.
109/22 The death of the philosopher Panaetius.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.556   have the book. But Panaetius of Rhodes has contradicted
Athen_14.634   grammarian, (a man whom Panaetius the Rhodian philosopher
Cic:Acad_2.5   before his censorship had Panaetius as absolutely the sole
Cic:Acad_2.107   is 'perspicuous.' Seeing that Panaetius, who in my judgement
Cic:Acad_2.135   studied word by word, as Panaetius enjoins upon Tubero. And the
Cic:Brut_101   he attended the lectures of Panaetius. His abilities
Cic:Brut_114   and constant hearer of Panaetius, and a thorough profici
Cic:DeOr_1.45   a hearer of your friend Panaetius, and Diodorus, a pupil of
Cic:DeOr_1.75   what I had learned from Panaetius, Apollonius, as was his manner,
Cic:DeOr_3.78   Marcus Vigellius, who lived with Panaetius, all men of the Stoic
Cic:Rep_1.15   How I wish our friend Panaetius were with us ! For
Cic:Rep_1.34   converse very frequently with Panaetius on this subject in
Cic:Tusc_1.42   been the opinion of Panaetius, and must necessarily mount
Cic:Tusc_1.79   give, therefore, any credit to Panaetius, when he dissents from his
Cic:Tusc_1.81   unlikeness. [81]   I wish Panaetius could be here; he lived
Cic:Tusc_4.4   poem of Appius Caecus, which Panaetius commends so much in a
Cic:Tusc_5.107   Chrysippus, Antipater, Carneades, Panaetius, Clitomachus, Philon, Antiochus,
DiogLaert_7.41   laces ethics second; and Panaetius and Poseidonius begin
DiogLaert_7.92   On this account Panaetius teaches that there are two
DiogLaert_7.128   to it." However, Panaetius and Poseidonius do not
DiogLaert_7.142   on the World. But Panaetius asserts that the world is imp
DiogLaert_7.149   all agree in saying; for Panaetius denies that it has any
DiogLaert_7.163   to Cleanthes. But Panaetius and Sosicrates say, that his
Phld:Sto_17   of Rhodes, the pupil of Panaetius; he says . . .
Phld:Sto_60   [60]   [ Panaetius ] on account of his
Phld:Sto_69   he died of disease; and Panaetius . . . also the
Phld:Sto_73   and died there, while Panaetius was still alive; Asclepiodotus
Phld:Sto_77   talks in the school Panaetius and that Dicaeus of
Phld:Sto_51-55 *   [the son of Mnesarchus]; ... Panaetius of Rhodes, the son of
Plut:Mor_200   ipio whispered softly to Panaetius : The Alexandrians have
Plut:Mor_201   led with him one friend, Panaetius the philosopher, and
Poseidon_30   rus; and Scipio sent for Panaetius when he himself was sen

  Panaetius 2   - a tyrant of Leontini
Polyaen_5.47.1 ion to the accusations. [47] Panaetius. Panaetius was

  Panaetius   - in documents
Syll_619 (after 188)   inos ...sios son of Panaitios ...stos son of Alex


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