Aristocreon   - in ancient sources @

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  Aristocreon   - a Stoic philosopher; the nephew of Chrysippus
183/1 Syll_474, an Athenian decree in honour of Aristocreon of Seleuceia.
    Within translations:
DiogLaert_7.185   the sons of his sister, Aristocreon and Philocrates, and
DiogLaert_7.196   to Fallacy, addressed Aristocreon; an introduction to
DiogLaert_7.197   Fallacy, addressed to Aristocreon; a demonstrative essa
DiogLaert_7.202   four books, addressed to Aristocreon; an answer to the Obj
Phld:Sto_46   Soli, who according to Aristocreon in his 'Sepulchre of
Syll_475   (soon after 229/8)   people, to praise Aristokreon [of Seleukeia],

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