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date: 12 April 2024

Panaetius 

Source:
Who's Who in the Classical World
Author(s):
Brad InwoodBrad Inwood

(c.185–109bc), son of Nicagoras; a Stoic philosopher from Rhodes. At some point he was made a priest of Poseidon Hippios at Lindus. From a noble family, he studied with Crates of Mallus at Pergamum and with the leaders of the Stoic school at Athens, Diogenes of Babylon and his successor Antipater of Tarsus. He moved to Rome in the 140s and became, like ... ...

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