Pyrrhon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pyrrhon   of Elis - a Sceptic philosopher, late 4th century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
318/26 Anaxarchus falls into a swamp, but Pyrrhon refuses to help him.
269/9 Pyrrhon refuses to be worried when caught in a storm at sea.
269/10 Pyrrhon criticises one of his pupils for providing lavish meals.
269/11 The character and teachings of the philosopher Pyrrhon of Elis.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_39 [39] & DiogLaert_9'61 (Pyrrhon) & Pyrrhon was a painter
Athen_10.419 the present one!" But Pyrrhon of Elis, when on one occa
Diog_Laert_10.8 aten up with envy. Pyrrhon, he said, was ignorant and unle
Poseidon_106 ter 6) & The philosopher Pyrrhon remains calm during a sto

  Pyrrhon   - in documents
THI_17 (217)   da daughter of (?) Pyrrhon was Kanephoros of Ars


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