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  Diogenes   - a writer of tragedies, early 4th century B.C.
Aelian:NA_6.1 compete there. And Diogenes the actor in tragedies eschewe
Athen_14.636 & [636] However, Diogenes the tragic poet represents the

  Diogenes 2   of Sinope - a Cynic philosopher, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
323/40 Sayings of Diogenes, illustrating his Cynic philosophy.
323/41 Other anecdotes about Diogenes.
323/42 The death of Diogenes the Cynic.
323/43 General remarks on the ascetic life of Diogenes.
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Diogenes
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.66   ONESTUS & { Ph 2 } & On Diogenes The staff, and wallet,
AnthPal_9.145   Anonymous & { F 41 } & Diogenes the cynic, on his arriva
Antiphil_16.333   { G-P 45 } & On Diogenes The wallet and cloak and the
Antiphil_16.334   but not all the ages, Diogenes, shall destroy your fame
AntipThes_7.65   { G-P 77 } & On Diogenes This is the tomb of Diogenes,
AntipThes_11.158   eracles club of Sinopian Diogenes and the double coat, foe
Apul:Flor_14   from the lips of Diogenes, together with others which
Apul:Flor_22   the well-known disciple of Diogenes, was honoured at Athens
Archias_7.68   { G-P 14 } & On Diogenes the Cynic O boatman of Hades,
Athen_6.254   gods; concerning which Diogenes said, very elegantly-
Athen_13.565   racter of men. And Diogenes, when he saw some one once who
Athen_13.588   osthenes the orator, and Diogenes the Cynic: and it was
Cic:Tusc_1.104   anything of this kind. [104] Diogenes was rougher, though of the
Cic:Tusc_3.56   instance a Socrates, there a Diogenes, and then again that line
Cic:Tusc_5.92   king's generosity. [92] But Diogenes took a greater liberty,
Demetr:Eloc_260   & So with a saying of Diogenes at Olympia, when (at the
Demetr:Eloc_261   when wrestling with whom Diogenes unawares assumed an unse
DiogLaert_7.91   is that Socrates, and Diogenes, and Antisthenes, made
DiogLaert_7.131   on the Republic, and by Diogenes the Cynic, and by Plato;
LeonTar_7.67   { G-P 59 } & On Diogenes Mournful servant of Hades, who
Plut:Mor_847   talus in derision. Diogenes the Cynic seeing him one day
Teles_12   [12] & Remember what Diogenes did when someone told
Teles_13   expensive." Then Diogenes took him to a cook shop
Teles_41   uld be strange, as Diogenes says, if Manes {his slave} cou
ValMax_4.3e.4   The same Diogenes, when Aristippus, seeing him washing

  Diogenes 3   - Macedonian commander of the Peiraeus, 3rd century B.C.
Plut:Arat_34 other, that he was dead, Diogenes, who commanded in the

  Diogenes 4   of Seleuceia - a Stoic philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
240/26 The birth of Diogenes of Seleuceia, the Stoic philosopher.
160/10b Diogenes is persuaded by Zenon (? of Tarsus) to study philosophy.
155/5 the philosophers Carneades, Diogenes, and Critolaus to appeal agains
152/20 retort of Diogenes the Stoic philosopher, when insulted by one
152/21 Panaetius is a pupil of Diogenes.
152/22 The death of Diogenes, called "the Babylonian".
    Within translations:
Athen_4.168   book. [67.]   But Diogenes the Babylonian, in his treatis
Athen_12.526   with their country." And Diogenes the Babylonian gave the
Cic:Acad_2.98   ; if it is faulty, Diogenes will pay me back a
Cic:Acad_2.137   when Carneades and the Stoic Diogenes ** were on the Capitol
Cic:DeOr_2.155   age, Carneades, Critolaus, and Diogenes; who, during their stay
Cic:DeOr_2.157   came to Rome, one was Diogenes, who professed to teach the
Cic:Tusc_4.5   younger days we find that Diogenes the Stoic, and Carneades the
DiogLaert_7.30   the Stoic, a disciple of Diogenes, wrote another: & You
DiogLaert_7.39   Ethical Elements; and by Diogenes, the Babylonian; and Pos
DiogLaert_7.71   in his Dialectics, and Diogenes, too, in his Dialectic
DiogLaert_7.84   us, and Apollodorus, and Diogenes, and Antipater, and Pose
DiogLaert_7.88   ger of all things. Diogenes, accordingly, says expressly
DiogLaert_7.55-58 *   ssion of the air; or, as Diogenes the Babylonian, defines
Lucian:Macr_20   Chrysippus, eighty-one; Diogenes of Seleuceia on the Tigr
Phld:Phil_53   just as they say by Diogenes the Babylonian . . .
Phld:Sto_48   fully completed His pupils were Diogenes of Seleuceia on the Tigris,

  Diogenes 5   of Seleuceia - an Epicurean philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
145/14 a banquet, to which he invites the Epicurean philosopher Diogenes.
    Within translations:
Athen_5.211 in this fashion. Diogenes the Epicurean, having a very

  Diogenes 6   - a Jew, killed by the Pharisees, early 1st century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:AJ_13.410 throat of one of them, Diogenes; and after him they did
Joseph:BJ_01.113 ly, they themselves slew Diogenes, a person of figure, and

  Diogenes 7   of Apollonia - philosopher, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Diogenes of Apollonia

  Diogenes 8   of Ptolemais - a Stoic philosopher
DiogLaert_7.41 Eudromus. [41] For Diogenes of Ptolemais begins with ethic

  Diogenes 9   of Tarsus - an Epicurean philosopher
Wikipedia entry
DiogLaert_10.26 rnamed the Laconian; and Diogenes of Tarsus, who wrote the
DiogLaert_10.97 ame doctrine asserted by Diogenes, the Epicurean, in the
DiogLaert_10.118 whom the laws forbid, as Diogenes says, in his epitome of
DiogLaert_10.119 be subject to grief, as Diogenes says, in the fifth book
DiogLaert_10.136 the same spirit, Diogenes, in the seventeenth book of
DiogLaert_10.138 the sake of health, as Diogenes says, in the twentieth

  Diogenes 10   - a steward of P.Clodius
Schol:Bob_91 reece, or to his steward Diogenes, who was staying on the

  Diogenes   - in documents
AnthPal_6.245 DIODORUS & { Ph 4 } & Diogenes, when he saw his yard-ar
Apollonid_7.631 bour at Miletus, give to Diogenes the mournful message tha
Apollonid_9.422 Philinna, even dead, punished Diogenes for forgetting her
CIL_1.683 freedman of Papia [. . .]us Diogenes, freedman of M
OGIS_335 (150-133)   s son of Athenodoros, Diogenes son of Asklepiades,
OGIS_59 (163)   ed, we have instructed Diogenes the dioiketes to gi
RC_49 (182)   llonios son of Diogenes was stephanephoros, on the
SEG_47.1125 (90/89)   magistrates; since Diogenes of (?) Amastris, the so
SEG_55.855 (78/77)   Mithradates Eupator, Diogenes son of Thyaios, the s
SEG_60.605 (c. 231-229)   ems to have been let out by Diogenes, who neglected
SelPap_1.130 daughter of our teacher Diogenes that he had gone
SelPap_1.136 Serenus to Diogenes his brother gr
SelPap_1.62 Harmiusis . . . to Diogenes son of Sara
SelPap_1.77 Diogenes also called Diony
SelPap_2.241 nce. After a while Diogenes and Dioscorus and their fe
SelPap_2.254 ave sealed. I, Marcus Antonius Diogenes, have sealed
SelPap_2.311 rother Publius Lucretius Diogenes, aged forty-five ye
SelPap_2.313 by me, Apollonius also called Diogenes. To Ammonias,
SelPap_2.317 To Diogenes also called Herma
SelPap_2.326 son of Marcus Aurelius Diogenes also called Heliodo
SelPap_2.362 Oxyrhynchus,to Aurelius Diogenes son of Sarapion, del
SelPap_2.380 Mecheir 13, paid through Diogenes, banker, by Tryphon
SelPap_2.382 of the desert route by Diogenes, exporting one ass-
SelPap_2.407 To Publius Aelius Diogenes and Hatres son of Akoris,
SelPap_2.422 Minicius Italus to Diogenes, Dionysius, and Apollon
Syll_322 son of Mandronaktides Diogenes son of Neomas Molpis
Syll_399 (278/7)   of Demetrias, son of Diogenes; Demetrios of Demetr
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   on Archias of Anakaia Diogenes of Kopros Xenopho
Syll_564 (203/2)   stias Magnesians: (?) Diogenes Athenians: Amyklas S
Syll_657 (155/4)   of Halai, the son of Diogenes Sosigenes of Apollon
THI_124 (c. 216)   fortune. When Diogenes son of Leon was general of t
THI_127 (c. 210)   league { koinon } : Diogenes son of Lamprinidas, Te
THI_34 (189-167)   n son of Aristeas, and Diogenes son of Xenomenes we
THI_43 (202/1)   Damokritos and Diogenes sons of Teiseas, and Damokr
THI_64 (263-236)   of Rhodes the son of Diogenes     ;  

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