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  Epicurus   - son of Neocles; Greek philosopher, early 3rd century B.C.
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323/52 Epicurus goes from Samos to Athens to be trained as an ephebe.
321/10 Epicurus attends the lectures of Xenocrates.
321/11 Epicurus leaves Athens and goes to Colophon.
313/16 Elaea, Zenon, and (possibly) Epicurus are pupils of Xenocrates.
309/5 Epicurus attends lectures by the philosopher Nausiphanes.
309/6 Epicurus starts teaching at Mytilene, and then at Lampsacus.
307/17a & 158, letters written by Epicurus to Polyaenus and others, when
307/29 tocles, defiles the mysteries after becoming a follower of Epicurus.
306/8 Epicurus is associated with the leading men of Lampsacus during his
306/9 Epicurus returns to Athens.
299/3c Epicurus writes the 15th Book of his work "About Nature".
295/14a Epicurus writes the 28th Book of his work "About Nature".
291/3a Epicur:Fr_127, a letter from Epicurus to Themista.
288/10a Epicur:Fr_169, a letter from Epicurus to Phyrson.
287/9a ites a letter to Lamia, complaining about the behaviour of Epicurus.
284/6 :Fr_100, a letter written by Epicurus when Diotimus was Athenian arch
280/24 Epicurus' friend Metrodorus assists Mithres, a former minister of Lys
280/25 Burstein_14, a letter from Epicurus to Herodotus about the ransoming
280/37 The floruit of the philosophers Zenon and Epicurus.
277/4 Epicurus rebukes Timocrates for breaking off his friendship with Metr
277/5 The friendship of Metrodorus and Epicurus.
277/6 The death of Metrodorus, a follower of Epicurus.
270/1 The character of Epicurus and his principal followers.
270/1a cur:Fr_122 & 138, letters from Epicurus to Hermarchus and Idomeneus.
270/1b :Fr_177 & 191, letters written by Epicurus during his final illness.
270/2 The death of the philosopher Epicurus.
249/5 the best-known followers of Epicurus: Colotes, Hermarchus, Idomeneus
240/8 The Epicurean philosophers Polystratus and Hippoclides die on the sam
173/8 The Epicurean philosophers Alcaeus and Philiscus are expelled from
145/14 a banquet, to which he invites the Epicurean philosopher Diogenes.
78/11 tend the lectures of Phaedrus and Zenon, two Epicurean philosophers.
69/8 Patron succeeds Phaedrus as head of the Epicurean school.
44/28 successive leaders of the Epicurean school of philosophy at Athens
Diogenes-   DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Epicurus
Aelian:Fr_10   the atheistic words of Epicurus and cultivating she-male
Aelian:Fr_39   da_E'2405 , & E'2548 & & About Epicurus and his disciples.
Aelian:Fr_61   ing offered sacrifice, he told Epicurus and his opinions
Aelian:Fr_89   ving burned the books of Epicurus, he will soak up the dus
Apollod:Fr_41   gLaert_10'13 & The teachers of Epicurus. [42] & DiogLaert_
Apollod:Fr_42   gnificant dates in the life of Epicurus. [43] [AULUS GELLI
Athen_5.211   hion. Diogenes the Epicurean, having a very tolerable acqu
Athen_5.215   was also at Tarsus an Epicurean philosopher who had bec
Athen_7.279-281 *   *[10.] [279] But the Epicureans are not the only men
Athen_8.354   so, although I know that Epicurus, that most truthful of
Athen_12.511   so much pressed by the Epicureans, that, of the desires, some
Athen_12.513   been the original guide to Epicurus, in the matter of that
Athen_12.546   consists in motion, but also Epicurus and his followers
Athen_12.547   lcaeus and Philiscus the Epicureans out of their city, whe
Athen_13.588   devoted lover of truth, Epicurus, who, never having been
Athen_13.593   daughter of Leontion the Epicurean,who was also a courtesa
Athen_13.611   wrote the books against Epicurus, was accused by Zenon
Cic:Acad_1.6   I accepted the system of Epicurus, that is of Democritus, I
Cic:Acad_1.7   inseparable from morality, because Epicurus entirely denies that he
Cic:Acad_1.46   and especially from the Epicurean Zenon, ** who though
Cic:Acad_1.fr.20   imaginary dialogue between Zenon, Epicurus and an Academic, which
Cic:Acad_2.19   it appears to be. Let Epicurus see to that, and a
Cic:Acad_2.45   are clear in themselves. For Epicurus who desired to come to
Cic:Acad_2.79   of the cause ! for Epicurus brings the issue to this
Cic:Acad_2.82   about a foot in diameter. Epicurus on the other hand thinks
Cic:Acad_2.83   first is not granted by Epicurus, but you with whom we
Cic:Acad_2.97   as they will not get Epicurus, who despises and laughs at
Cic:Acad_2.101   single first principle of Epicurus combined with another belonging
Cic:Acad_2.106   had accepted the view of Epicurus and come to believe that
Cic:Acad_2.115   and suppose I resist the Epicureans, that crowd of friends of
Cic:Acad_2.123   obscurely. What is your view, Epicurus ? say, do you really
Cic:Acad_2.131   school ; after him came Epicurus, whose doctrine is now more
Cic:Acad_2.139   am slipping into agreeing with Epicurus or else Aristippus : virtue
Cic:Acad_2.142   emotions, another that of Epicurus, who places the standard
Cic:Brut_131   nvert to the doctrine of Epicurus; which, of all others,
Cic:Brut_292   becoming; nor can I agree with Epicurus, who thinks it cen
Cic:Fam_15.16-19 *   Catius the Insubrian, an Epicurean, who died lately, gives
Cic:Rep_6.3   such incredible tales as the Epicureans mock at, but the conjectures
Cic:Tusc_1.77   this; and those not only Epicureans, whom I regard very little,
Cic:Tusc_1.82   indeed, asserts that; though Epicurus charges Democritus with saying
Cic:Tusc_2.8   their own disciples, take Epicurus, or Metrodorus, into their
Cic:Tusc_2.15   all evils. And after him Epicurus easily gave into this effeminate
Cic:Tusc_2.17   [7.] But Epicurus, indeed, says such things that
Cic:Tusc_2.28   a word. Suppose I ask Epicurus the same question. He will
Cic:Tusc_2.44   is ready with her assistance. Epicurus offers himself to you, a
Cic:Tusc_3.28   present sore and oppressing evil. Epicurus is of opinion, that grief
Cic:Tusc_3.32   I have first considered Epicurus's opinion, who thinks that
Cic:Tusc_3.37   with such excessive eagerness. Now, Epicurus, if you call me back
Cic:Tusc_3.38   a happy life according to Epicurus, in the words of Zenon,
Cic:Tusc_3.41   greatest good? [41]   Why, Epicurus, do we use any evasions,
Cic:Tusc_3.44   [19.] [44] Epicurus must admit these arguments; or
Cic:Tusc_3.46   said, What! do you imagine Epicurus really meant this, and that
Cic:Tusc_3.49   of the treasury. [49]   Epicurus denies that anyone can live
Cic:Tusc_3.50   great pains to inveigh against Epicurus. We are rivals, I suppose,
Cic:Tusc_3.76   is not great. Others, with Epicurus, seek to divert your attention
Cic:Tusc_3.78   have already said enough of Epicurus's consolation.
Cic:Tusc_4.70   in this they differ from Epicurus, who, I think, is not
Cic:Tusc_5.26   Or would we rather imitate Epicurus ? who is often excellent
Cic:Tusc_5.31   with which glory, up starts Epicurus, who, with submission to the
Cic:Tusc_5.73   Is it allowable even for Epicurus (who only puts on the
Cic:Tusc_5.84   good but pleasure," as Epicurus maintains: "nothing good but
Cic:Tusc_5.87   clear of them; such as Epicurus, Hieronymus, and whoever else thinks
Cic:Tusc_5.89   state anything better than Epicurus, in opposition to these
Cic:Tusc_5.93   You see, I imagine, how Epicurus has divided his kinds of
Cic:Tusc_5.95     And the assertions which Epicurus makes with respect to the
Cic:Tusc_5.108   had obeyed the laws of Epicurus, and lived peaceably in the
Cic:Tusc_5.110   was not without reason that Epicurus presumed to say that a
Cic:Tusc_5.116   did not deserve it. Our Epicureans cannot understand Greek, nor the
Cic:Tusc_5.118   same which is said by Epicurus and Hieronymus. [119]   Now,
DiogLaert_7.5   at first called Zenonians, as Epicurus tells us in his
DiogLaert_7.9   whom are mentioned by Epicurus, in his letter to his
DiogLaert_7.35   nt, a philosopher of the Epicurean school, a deep thinker,
DiogLaert_7.181   hing to assert that what Epicurus had written out of his
DiogLaert_10.16   This was the dying charge of Epicurus. & Then to the bat
DiogLaert_10.19   hall be the guardians of Epicurus, the son of Metrodorus,
DiogLaert_10.39   ange in it. & (And Epicurus establishes the same principle
DiogLaert_10.42   calculation. & (Epicurus adds, a little lower down, tha
DiogLaert_10.66   ents as before. & (Epicurus expresses the same ideas in
DiogLaert_10.73   name of time. & (Epicurus lays down the same principles
DiogLaert_10.97   sserted by Diogenes, the Epicurean, in the first book of
DiogLaert_10.1-11 *   trines (139-154) [1] {1} Epicurus was an Athenian, and the
DiogLaert_10.118-121 *   itome of the Ethical Maxims of Epicurus. He will punish
DiogLaert_10.136   . . ." And Epicurus, in his treatise on Choice,
DiogLaert_10.149   vain opinions. (Epicurus thinks that those are natural
DiogLaert_10.23-27 *   man in every respect, as Epicurus tells us in his Fundamen
DiogLaert_10.31-34 *   Now, in the Canon, Epicurus says that the criteria of trut
Hieron:Chron_1688   [1687 in Ar.] Anaximenes and Epicurus were in their prim
Phld:Epic_8d   [8d]   . . . Epicurus . . . they shall
Phld:Phil_2   accepted the views (?) of Epicurus on this topic concerning the
Phld:Phil_7   the sixth book (?) of Epicurus and on scientific reasoning, and
Phld:Phil_14   of the letters of Epicurus, Metrodorus, Polyaenus, Hermarchus, and
Phld:Phil_66   to collect the books of Epicurus, on account of which .
Plin:HN_35.5   about with them likenesses of Epicurus; they offer sacrifices on his
Plin:HN_35.99   Huntsmen with Quarry, Leontion Epicurus's mistress, and Woman At
Plin:HN_35.144   of Concord, a Leontion Epicurus's mistress in Contemplation, a
Plut:Demetr_34   fought for it. Epicurus the philosopher is said at tha
ValMax_1.8e.17   of the same teacher Epicurus, shared the same property,
ValMax_4.3.6   Fabricius, than the precepts of Epicurus. This was proved true by

  Epicurus 2   - one of the accusers of Phocion, 318 B.C.
AnthPal_11.50 this, be wise, and leave Epicurus to enquire in vain where
AnthPal_6.307 his shop ran prancing off to Epicurus to be a garden-stu
AnthPal_7.72 MENANDER & { F 1 } & On Epicurus and Themistocles Hail,
Lucill_11.103 103] & { F 29 } & Epicurus wrote that all the world consi
Lucill_11.249 his neighbours. If Epicurus had known of Menophanes' field
Lucill_11.93 with his head in one of Epicurus' atoms and went through
Phld:Epigr_11.44 The birthday of Epicurus, to whose sect Philodemus and
Plut:Phoc_38 for that purpose. Epicurus and Demophilus, the other two,

  Epicurus   - in documents
Syll_312 (321)   people, on the proposal of Epikourus the son of Dr
Syll_316 (293/2)   n for the second time, with Epikouros of . . ., so
Syll_322 maratos son of Demaratos Epikouros son of Euandrides E
Syll_412 (c.260)   envoys Pythagoras, Epikouros and Lampon arrived at
Syll_413 (c. 260)   envoys - Pythagoras, Epikouros and Lampon - afte
Syll_679 (190-140)   ides son of Prytanis Epikouros son of Alkinos Artem
Syll_685 (112/1)   ios the son of Minnion Epikouros son of Artemidoros


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