Cleitomachus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Thebes - victor in the pancration contest at the Olympic Games, 216 B.C.
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Cleitomachus of Thebes wins the pancration contest at the Olympic Gam
ntious unions. And Cleitomachus the pancratiast, if ever
ge, so Hellas saw the might of Cleitomachus. & For when
were of considerable eminence, Clitomachus being the one among
years gave his attention to Clitomachus ; and while Philon lived
of Carthage - an Academic philosopher, who died in 110 B.C.
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The birth of Cleitomachus, the Carthaginian philosopher.
Cleitomachus leaves Carthage and goes to live in Athens.
Cleitomachus becomes a pupil of Carneades.
Cleitomachus opens his own school of philosophy at Athens.
pupils, including Aeschines, Cleitomachus, Mentor, Metrodorus and Q.M
Cleitomachus becomes head of the Academy after the death of Crates
The Academic philosopher Cleitomachus expounds the doctrines of his
The death of Cleitomachus.
DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Cleitomachus
post for only two years, Cleitomachus, who had his own sch
for only two years, and Cleitomachus, who had previously
I shall take it from Clitomachus, who was a companion of
a pupil of both Clitomachus and Philon, and was
my own part, trusting Clitomachus more than Philon or
you ?' I quoted from Clitomachus a little earlier an explanation
although I agree with Clitomachus when he writes that Carneades
[45.] "I have read in Clitomachus that when Carneades and the
actually to accept it (although Clitomachus used to declare that he
days, for Charmadas, and Clitomachus, and Aeschines were in
have read a book of Clitomachus, which he sent to his
Antipater, Carneades, Panaetius, Clitomachus, Philon, Antiochus, Posidonius,
Philon, the successor of Cleitomachus, was born in the year
nate sent him thrice, as Cleitomachus says, "to take
of Thebes - an athlete, 4th century B.C.
birth, whose name was Cleitomachus, who had enrolled
of Achaea - a charioteer, 4th century B.C.
third Cimon, the fourth Cleitomachus the Achaean, the fif
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