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Strabo, Geography, Book 14, chapter 2 (search)
ders and athletes, among whom were the ancestors of Panaetius the philosopher; and, among statesmen and rhetoricians and philosophers, Panaetius himself and Stratocles and Andronicus, one of the Peripatetics, and Leonides the Stoic; and also, before their time, Praxiphanes and Hieronymus and Eudemus. Poseidonius engaged in affairs of state in Rhodes and taught there, although he was a native of Apameia in Syria, as was also the case with Apollonius MalacusHe taught rhetoric at Rhodes about 120 B.C. and Molon,Apollonius Molon (See 14. 2. 3). for they were Alabandians,Natives of Alabanda in Caria. pupils of Menecles the orator. Apollonius Malacus began his sojourn there earlier than Molon, and when, much later, Molon came, the former said to him, "you are a late 'molon,'""Molon" means "comer" (note the word play). instead of saying, "late 'elthon.'""Elthon" is the common word for "comer," whereas the other is poetic and comparatively rare. And Peisander the poet, who wrote the Hera