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  Zenon   of Elea - a Greek philosopher, 5th century B.C.
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Apollod:Fr_30 on) ; DiogLaert_9'29 (Zenon) & Zenon of Elea. [31] & DiogL
Diog_Laert_07.35 fferent persons of the name of Zenon. The first was the
FGrH_252.B us, Anaxagoras, Parmenides and Zenon [were in their prime]

  Zenon 2   of Citium - the founder of the Stoic school of philosophy
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313/16 Menecrates of Elaea, Zenon, and (possibly) Epicurus are pupils of
311/16 Zenon of Citium moves to Athens; he loses his wealth in a shipwreck
301/21 ollower of Crates the cynic, Zenon starts to attend the lectures of
291/3 Zenon of Citium sets himself up as an independent teacher of philos
286/10 A comment by Zenon on the number of Theophrastus' followers.
280/37 The floruit of the philosophers Zenon and Epicurus.
279/8 Cleanthes arrives at Athens and becomes a pupil of Zenon the Stoic
276/6 ratus of Soli is a pupil of Zenon, or possibly of Dionysius of Hera
276/7 Persaeus shares a home with Zenon, and on one occasion brings a flu
276/8 Zenon sends Persaeus as his representative to the court of Antigonu
274/7 Demochares urges Zenon to take advantage of his friendship with Ant
269/6 Sayings of Polemon, addressed to Zenon and others.
261/24 Antigonus visits Zenon and persuades him to go to a party.
261/25 nysius "Metathemenos" leaves Zenon and joins the Cyrenaean sect of
261/26 Sayings of Zenon, addressed to Amoebeus, Antigonus, Ariston, Cleant
261/27 The character of Zenon and his followers, including Cleanthes, Dion
261/28 The death of Zenon, the founder of the stoic school of philosophy.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_45 most of its growth to Zenon, and virtually all of the
Athen_04.162 mentaries of Stilpon and Zenon, in which he inquires, How
Athen_06.233 good order. But Zenon the Stoic, thinking everything
Athen_06.251 cquaintance and pupil of Zenon of Citium, was a flatterer
Athen_08.345 spat upon it. And Zenon of Citium, the founder of the Sto
Athen_13.561 And Pontianus said that Zenon of Citium thought that Eros
Athen_13.565 19.] But that wise Zenon, as Antigonus of Carystus says,
Athen_13.603 Carystus, in his Life of Zenon, writes of him in the follo
Athen_13.607 stus, in his treatise on Zenon, makes the following statem
Diog_* Laert_07.1-16 * ophers (160-202) [1] {1} Zenon was the son of Mnaseas, or
Diog_Laert_07.20 say true," replied Zenon, "and their syllables
Diog_* Laert_07.25-32 * uot;I am not ignorant, O Zenon, that you slip into the gar
Diog_* Laert_07.36-40 * er. [36] {31} The disciples of Zenon were very numerous.
Diog_Laert_07.84 Poseidonius. For Zenon of Citium, and Cleanthes, have,
Diog_Laert_07.87 On which account Zenon was the first writer who, in his
Diog_Laert_07.108 this name given to it by Zenon, in the first instance, its
Diog_* Laert_07.120-122 * tions, and so say Persaeus and Zenon. For if one thing tha
Diog_* Laert_07.127-131 * icient for happiness, as Zenon says, and he is followed
Diog_Laert_07.134 everything. And Zenon, the Citiaean, lays down this doc
Diog_Laert_07.136 ir, and earth. And Zenon speaks of these in his treatise
Diog_* Laert_07.142-145 * nds of things. Now Zenon speaks of the creation, and of
Diog_Laert_07.148 of God is asserted by Zenon to be the universal world,
Diog_Laert_07.150 first book of his Physics; and Zenon says the same. Now
Diog_Laert_07.153 asunder by the wind, as Zenon tells us in his treatise
Diog_Laert_07.157 niverse. [157] But Zenon the Citiaean, and Antipater in
Diog_* Laert_07.161-170 * tues into his scheme, as Zenon did; nor one virtue under
Diog_* Laert_07.173-179 * at, on the principles of Zenon, one could judge of a man's
Diog_Laert_07.189 Dialectics, addressed to Zenon; [190] one called the Art
Diog_Laert_07.195 Reasonings, addressed to Zenon; one on Primary Syllogisms,
Diog_Laert_07.201 two books, addressed to Zenon; [202] a treatise on Dialec
Diog_Laert_10.27 in the works of Aristotle and Zenon. Such then, so numero
Ennius:Ann_7 will ; or, according to Zenon of Citium, that the seed
Hieron:Chron_1753 753] [1748 in Ar.] Zenon the Stoic died, and was succeeded
Julian:Caes_309 have handed him over to Zenon here, I shall transform him
Lucian:Macr_19 hundred years, [19] and Zenon, the head of the Stoic scho
Plut:Arat_23 it, that this maxim of Zenon's once pleased me more than
Plut:Cleom_2 principal disciples of Zenon of Citium; and it seems tha
Plut:Mor_183 rs' valour. & When Zenon of Citium, whom he admired beyond
Plut:Phoc_5 severe. For as Zenon says, that a philosopher should
Teles_46 is open to philosophy? Zenon says that Crates was once
Vit:Arat_3 atus was an associate of Zenon the Stoic, and he wrote a

  Zenon 3   of Caunus - an Egyptian official, in the middle of the 3rd century B.C.
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258/2 Zenon returns from Syria to Egypt.
257/3a _1.88A, a letter from Antimenes to Zenon, about a winter sea voyage.
257/4 PCZen_59037, a letter to Zenon about the son of Danaus.
257/6 SelPap_1.88, a letter from Hierocles to Zenon.
257/9 l_74, a a letter from Zenon, Protogenes, and Apollonides to Zenon
257/12 Bagnall_73, a letter from Aristeides to Zenon.
257/17 SelPap_1.170, a letter from Cydippus to Zenon.
256/3 SelPap_1.89, a letter from Promethion to Zenon.
256/17a PCZen_59092, a list of Zenon's clothes.
255/1 PCZen_1.59154, a letter from Apollonius to Zenon.
255/4a Austin_307, a letter of complaint to Zenon.
255/23 SelPap_1.92, a letter from Platon to Zenon.
254/2 PCZen_59451, a letter from the "hierodouloi" of Bubastis to Zenon
254/4 Bagnall_114, a complaint about discrimination sent to Zenon.
254/5 Bagnall_135, a letter to Zenon from Epharmostus, asking for releas
254/6 PCZen_59202, a letter from Apollonius to Zenon about a brewery
253/5 PCZen_59823, a letter from Promethion to Zenon.
252/3 PCZen_59251, a letter from Artemidorus to Zenon.
249/4 Bagnall_75, a letter from Pataecion to Zenon.
247/12 Bagnall_106, a letter from Calippus to Zenon.
247/13 Apollonius dismisses Zenon from his post as estate manager.
241/25 PCZen_59832, a petition from Zenon to Ptolemy III.
240/3a SelPap_1.95A, a letter from Philon to Zenon.
237/4 Bagnall_108, a royal decree in response to a petition of Zenon

  Zenon 4   of Sidon - a Stoic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
Diog_Laert_07.38 dria; Athenodorus of Soli; and Zenon, a Sidonian. Followin

  Zenon 5   of Tarsus - a Stoic philosopher, early 2nd century B.C.
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206/6 ppus; his successor as head of the Stoic school is Zenon of Tarsus
155/4 Diogenes is persuaded by Zenon (? of Tarsus) to study philosophy.
    Within translations:
Diog_Laert_07.35 fferent persons of the name of Zenon. The first was the
Diog_Laert_07.41 his is the opinion advanced by Zenon of Tarsus, among othe
Diog_Laert_07.84 pus, and Archedemus, and Zenon of Tarsus, and Apollodorus,

  Zenon 6   Cotylas - tyrant of Philadelphia, late 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_13.235 had so done, he fled to Zenon, who was called Cotylas,
Joseph:AJ_13.356 Theodorus, the son of Zenon, had his chief treasure,
Joseph:AJ_13.393 ere was the best part of Zenon's treasures, and there he
Joseph:BJ_01.60 heir mother, and fled to Zenon, who was also called Cotyla
Joseph:BJ_01.86 sions of Theodorus, the son of Zenon. [87] Whereupon Theod

  Zenon 7   of Sidon - an Epicurean philsopher, 1st century B.C.
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78/11 end the lectures of Phaedrus and Zenon, two Epicurean philosophers
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Athen_13.611 Epicurus, was accused by Zenon the Epicurean, and put to
Diog_Laert_07.35 fferent persons of the name of Zenon. The first was the
Diog_Laert_10.25 aeus the Fair. And Zenon of Sidon, a pupil of Apollodorus,

  Zenon 8   - Byzantine emperor, 474-491 A.D.
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ExcBarb_48B ears Leo the younger and Zenon for 2 years Basiliscus and

  Zenon 9   - an Egyptian officer in Attica, early 3rd century B.C.
286/16a 67, an Athenian decree in honour of Zenon, an officer of Ptolemy.
    Within translations:
OGIS_773 (c. 286)   to the vote; since Zenon, who was left here by Bakc

  Zenon 10   - Athenian archon, 54 B.C.
54/_ Athenian archon: Zenon

  Zenon   - in documents
286/16b OGIS_773, a decree of the island of Ios in honour of Zenon.
    Within translations:
THI_107 (188-186)   xiles Herodes son of Zenon Antigonos son of Hekatai
THI_98 (250-200)   rth Heroides son of Zenon ,   on behalf of Hek
OGIS_59 (163)   son of Pyth... Zenon Menodoros Anaxion Apollonios
Syll_322 thenodoros son of Drymon Zenon son of Demostratos Aisc
Syll_399 (278/7)   tragedies; Ariston son of Zenon, director of trag
Syll_418 (272-270)   money and convicted Zenon of Soloi with a fine of
Syll_657 (155/4)   cted by the people Zenon of Anaphlystos, the son of


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