Hecaton   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hecaton   of Rhodes - a Stoic philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Diog_Laert_07.2 of Polemon. But Hecaton, and Apollonius of Tyre, in the
Diog_Laert_07.26 become sweet." And Hecaton, in the second book of
Diog_Laert_07.87 ure, and so do Poseidonius and Hecaton in their essays on
Diog_Laert_07.90 as prudence. For Hecaton says, in the first book of his
Diog_Laert_07.91 his Exhortations, and Hecaton, all agree that virtue
Diog_* Laert_07.101-103 * ful is the only good, as Hecaton says, in the third book
Diog_Laert_07.110 ass of perturbations, as Hecaton says, in the second book
Diog_* Laert_07.124-127 * treatise on Duties, and Hecaton says the same thing in
Diog_Laert_07.172 blood are sprung. Hecaton tells us in his Apophthegms,
Diog_Laert_07.181 nes every day. And Hecaton says, that he first applied him

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