Persaeus   - in ancient sources @

This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
On each line there is a link to the page where the name can be found.

  Persaeus   of Citium - Stoic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
276/7 Persaeus shares a home with Zenon, and on one occasion brings a flute
276/8 Zenon sends Persaeus as his representative to the court of Antigonus.
261/27 followers, including Cleanthes, Dionysius, Persaeus and Poseidonius.
243/8 Persaeus uses identical twins to play a trick on Ariston of Chios.
243/9 Persaeus insists on following legal formalities when lending money
243/10 Persaeus possesses great influence at the court of Antigonus, which
243/11 nus' garrison, which is commanded by Persaeus, and captures Corinth.
    Within translations:
Athen_4.162   beautiful philosopher Persaeus, compiled out of the Comm
Athen_6.251   tium, was a flatterer of Persaeus the philosopher, because
Athen_13.607   ying girl, may have been Persaeus himself; for Antigonus
DiogLaert_7.1   legs, on which account Persaeus, in his Convivial Remini
DiogLaert_7.6   off himself, and sent Persaeus, one of his intimate fri
DiogLaert_7.9   ss. So he sent him Persaeus and Philonides, the Theban,
DiogLaert_7.13   in the same house with Persaeus; and once, when he broug
DiogLaert_7.28   to the last. But Persaeus, in his Ethical School, states
DiogLaert_7.36   nent were, first of all, Persaeus, of Citium, the son of
DiogLaert_7.120   Ethic Questions, and so say Persaeus and Zenon. For if
DiogLaert_7.162   by opinions. But Persaeus argued against this, and cause
Phld:Sto_3   weakness of his body, as Persaeus writes in his 'reminiscences of
Phld:Sto_4   to them, according to Persaeus and Philonides. And the
Phld:Sto_12   back. So amongst his pupils Persaeus was loved most by Zenon,
Phld:Sto_13   this was also that [ Persaeus ] remained at a distance
Phld:Sto_31   and change his mind. Therefore Persaeus once said to some others,
Plut:Arat_18   ence, and made the philosopher Persaeus governor. Whilst
Plut:Arat_23   to leave Corinth. Persaeus, on the taking of the citadel,
Polyaen_6.5.1   under the command the Persaeus the philosopher and Arche
Vit:Arat_3   ratus stayed, along with Persaeus the Stoic, Antagoras of
Vit:Arat_4   udent of the philosopher Persaeus at Athens, and he accomp

  Persaeus   - in documents
Syll_492 (c. 263)   stoboulos the son of Persaios Apollodoros of Kyzi

  ← Search for another name

This page Andrew Smith, 2021   :   Attalus' home page