Cleitomachus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Cleitomachus   of Thebes - victor in the pancration contest at the Olympic Games, 216 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
216/18 Cleitomachus of Thebes wins the pancration contest at the Olympic Gam
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_6.1   ntious unions. And Cleitomachus the pancratiast, if ever
Alcaeus_9.588   ge, so Hellas saw the might of Cleitomachus. & For when
Cic:Acad_2.16   were of considerable eminence, Clitomachus being the one among
Cic:Acad_2.17   years gave his attention to Clitomachus ; and while Philon lived

  Cleitomachus 2   of Carthage - an Academic philosopher, who died in 110 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
186/4 The birth of Cleitomachus, the Carthaginian philosopher.
162/5 Cleitomachus leaves Carthage and goes to live in Athens.
158/3 Cleitomachus becomes a pupil of Carneades.
139/12 Cleitomachus opens his own school of philosophy at Athens.
129/34 pupils, including Aeschines, Cleitomachus, Mentor, Metrodorus and Q.M
128/2 Cleitomachus becomes head of the Academy after the death of Crates
109/8 The Academic philosopher Cleitomachus expounds the doctrines of his
109/9 The death of Cleitomachus.
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Cleitomachus
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_55   post for only two years, Cleitomachus, who had his own sch
Apollod:Fr_56   for only two years, and Cleitomachus, who had previously
Cic:Acad_002.   I shall take it from Clitomachus, who was a companion of
Cic:Acad_2.11   a pupil of both Clitomachus and Philon, and was
Cic:Acad_2.78   my own part, trusting Clitomachus more than Philon or
Cic:Acad_2.102   you ?' I quoted from Clitomachus a little earlier an explanation
Cic:Acad_2.108   although I agree with Clitomachus when he writesthat Carneades
Cic:Acad_2.137   [45.] "I have read in Clitomachus that when Carneades and the
Cic:Acad_2.139   actually to accept it (although Clitomachus used to declare that he
Cic:DeOr_1.45   days, for Charmadas, and Clitomachus, and Aeschines were in
Cic:Tusc_3.54   have read a book of Clitomachus, which he sent to his
Cic:Tusc_5.107   Antipater, Carneades, Panaetius, Clitomachus, Philon, Antiochus, Posidonius,
Phld:Acad_33     Philon, the successor of Cleitomachus, was born in the year
Plut:Mor_200   nate sent him thrice, as Cleitomachus says, "to take

  Cleitomachus 3   of Thebes - an athlete, 4th century B.C.
PsCallisth_1.47 birth, whose name was Cleitomachus, who had enrolled

  Cleitomachus 4   of Achaea - a charioteer, 4th century B.C.
PsCallisth_1.19 third Cimon, the fourth Cleitomachus the Achaean, the fif


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