Carneades   - in ancient sources @

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  Carneades   - son of Epicomus; an Academic philosopher, who died in 129 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
213/9 The birth of Carneades.
163/7 Syll_666, the base of a statue of Carneades at Athens.
160/9 Carneades is reprimanded for speaking too loudly in the gymnasium.
160/10 Carneades becomes head of the Academy at Athens.
158/3 Cleitomachus becomes a pupil of Carneades.
155/5 enians send the philosophers Carneades, Diogenes, and Critolaus to
136/4 head of the Academy, when Carneades the son of Epicomus resigns
129/33 Carneades purges his body with "white hellebore".
129/34 Carneades has many pupils, including Aeschines, Cleitomachus, Mentor,
129/35 eral comments on the philosophy and diligent character of Carneades.
129/36 The death of Carneades son of Epicomus.
109/8 sopher Cleitomachus expounds the doctrines of his teacher Carneades.
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Carneades
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_* 51-59 * ronica. [51] & DiogLaert_4'65 (Carneades) & The death of
DiogLaert_7.182 ference to which circumstance, Carneades called him Cryxip
DiogLaert_10.9 niceus, who went over to Carneades, probably because he
DiogLaert_10.26 valled by Chrysippus, as Carneades asserts, who calls him
Lucian:Macr_20 of Plato, eighty-four; Carneades, the head of the New
Syll_666 (before 162)   os dedicated this statue of Karneades of Azenia. &r

  Carneades 2   - son of Polemarchus; an Academic philosopher, late 2nd century B.C.
136/4 Carneades the son of Polemarchus becomes head of the Academy, when
130/6a the Academy, following the death of Carneades son of Polemarchus.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_55 EMUS] After the death of Carneades the son of Polemarchus,

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