Crinis   - in ancient sources @

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  Crinis   - a Stoic philosopher
DiogLaert_7.62 reference to place, as Crinis says, for instance, "
DiogLaert_7.68 thenodorus, and Antipater, and Crinis, agree in dividing
DiogLaert_7.71 ich is adjunctive is, as Crinis states in his Dialectic
DiogLaert_7.76 An argument, as Crinis says, is that which is composed

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