Philodemus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Epicurean philosopher, 1st century B.C.
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by his exhortations, as Philodemus the Epicurean relates
mild and friendly manners, as Philodemus particularly ass
G-P 41 } & -- Attributed to Philodemus, but probably
Tullius like melilot and Philodemus like amaracus, Parmeni
to have christened me Philodemus & ; as I always feel
henagoras little onions, Philodemus a small liver, and Apo
day of Epicurus, to whose sect Philodemus and Piso belonge
- in documents
birth son of Apollonios Philodemos son of Pamphilos -
(240-230) enandros, Nikodemos, Philodemos, Hippias and Pauson
(250-240) azomenai, the son of Philodemos, with a golden crow
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