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Diony'sius

23. An EPICUREAN philosopher, who succeeded Polystratus as the head of the Epicurean school at Athens. He himself was succeeded by Basilides, and must therefore have lived about B. C. 200. (D. L. 10.25.) Brucker confounds him with the Stoic surnamed μεταθέμενος, who afterwards abandoned the Stoics and went over to the Cyrenaics. (D. L. 7.4.)

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