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of Apameia or Rhodes - philosopher and historian, 1st century B.C.
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The birth of Poseidonius of Apameia.
Poseidonius is a pupil of Panaetius.
via Athens and Rhodes, where he listens to a lecture by Poseidonius.
where he honours Theophanes, and Rhodes, where he meets Poseidonius.
The philosopher Poseidonius visits Rome.
comments on the philosopher Poseidonius, who spent most of his life
Jason of Nysa succeeds Poseidonius as head of the school at Rhodes.
the Chalybonian, which Poseidonius says is made in Damas
Athen_* 04.151-154 *
a magadis." [36.] And Poseidonius the Stoic, in the his
ding to the statement of Poseidonius, in the forty-ninth
sweet monaulos." And Poseidonius the Stoic philosopher
tuous entertainments, as Poseidonius himself relates; and
Athens; concerning whom Poseidonius of Apameia gives a
ng-pot, as my countryman Poseidonius says [ Fr_48 ] is don
jesters. [49.] And Poseidonius of Apameia, in the twenty-t
of Carrhae. And Poseidonius of Apameia, who was afterwa
helm. [84.] And Poseidonius, the stoic philosopher, say
aus the Peripatetic, and Poseidonius the Stoic [ Fr_38 ],
Athen_* 06.272-275 *
chains: at all events Poseidonius, whom you are often
to live luxuriously . . . as Poseidonius [ Fr_106 ] tell
I am aware, too, that Poseidonius the Stoic makes this
from the same seed; but Poseidonius the Stoic philosopher
underground."  And Poseidonius the philosopher also
ery fond of drinking; as Poseidonius of Apameia relates
air to see. And Poseidonius, in the twenty-sixth book
the panathenaicum. Poseidonius the philosopher, in the thi
sweetmeats." [35.] But Poseidonius, in the sixteenth boo
fate. [56.] And Poseidonius, in the twenty-eighth book
Agathocles. And Poseidonius, in the eighth book of his
Accordingly, Poseidonius the Stoic, who went with
ngdom. Accordingly Poseidonius, in the forty-seventh book
her out to burial, as Poseidonius tells us in the twent
round numbers. But Poseidonius is ignorant that the magadi
were there. And Poseidonius the Stoic, in the third boo
book of the History of Poseidonius [ Fr_20 ], I observed
Diogenes, the Babylonian; and Poseidonius. Now these divi
this is the opinion of Poseidonius, and is advanced by
etical expression is, as Poseidonius defines it in his int
Dialectics are, as Poseidonius explains them, the science
Diogenes, and Antipater, and Poseidonius. For Zenon of
on Pleasure, and so do Poseidonius and Hecaton in their
or courage. And Poseidonius, in the first book of his
and the ethical. Poseidonius divides virtue into four
lth are not goods. Poseidonius, however, affirms that thes
things from the Gods, as Poseidonius says in the first boo
However, Panaetius and Poseidonius do not admit that vir
work on Elements, and Poseidonius in the second book
but not depth. But Poseidonius, in the third book of his
Diog_* Laert_07.138-149 *
universal substance, as Poseidonius affirms in his Meteor
Diog_* Laert_07.152-154 *
the moist clouds, or, as Poseidonius explains it in his
concerning the Soul, and Poseidonius also, all say that
hrysippus.  And Poseidonius the Stoic, and Nicolaus,
ilosopher, eighty-eight; Poseidonius of Apameia in Syria,
Hieronymus, Polybius, Poseidonius, Claudius Theo and And
men" [ Hom:Od_17'487 ] as Poseidonius says.  [272
& Plut:Mar_45 & Poseidonius visits Marius, when Marius
52.K] & EUNAPIUS & Poseidonius says that after the departu
him with his materials, I mean Poseidonius and Apollonius
Poseidon_* 75-78 *
that is 625 feet. Poseidonius holds that mists and winds
38.K] & STOBAEUS & Poseidonius says that the winds are sti
not? According to Poseidonius, an island arose in the Aeg
but those of Eratosthenes and Poseidonius are better than
A.D.) says that "Poseidonius of Alexandria, Stoic
Poseidon_* 100-103 *
2300 miles broad. Poseidonius gives its measurement from
Dionysius ... [and Poseidonius] in his "Comparison of Arat
of Alexandria - a Stoic philosopher, pupil of Zenon
followers, including Cleanthes, Dionysius, Persaeus and Poseidonius.
Callippus of Corinth; Poseidonius of Alexandria; Atheno
- Athenian archon, 162 B.C.
Athenian archon: Poseidonius
- in documents
(c. 158-138) etrios son of Poseidonios dedicated this on
(163) llistratos son of Kalli... Poseidonios son of Simo.
of Petermouthis son of Poseidonius, aged about 60 ye
(280-240) [A] When Poseidonios sent away to make an
Thrasyboulides son of Poseidonios Alkmeon son of Hi
(266/5) hitrope, the son of Poseidonios; and to praise the
(c. 196-192) :] Apollodoros son of Poseidonios, by birth the so
(c. 180) imos Pythion son of Poseidonios Eirenias son of E
(c. 228) is son of Hephaistios Poseidonios son of Boēth
(early 2nd cent.) s of Ilion the son of Poseidonios, Lysis of Assos t
(302-295) as... son of Poseidonius, of Magnesia, was ever in
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