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Of Babylon (c. 240–152 bc), succeeded Zeno (3) of Tarsus as head of the Stoa (see Stoicism). His visit to Rome in 156–155 stimulated interest in Stoicism. Panaetius was his ...

Subjects: Classical Studies.

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