Jason of Nysa

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Jason (, Iason; 1st-century BC) of Nysa, a Stoic philosopher, son of Menecrates, and, on his mother's side, grandson of Posidonius, of whom also he was the disciple and successor at the Stoic school at Rhodes.Suda, Jason ι52 He therefore flourished after the middle of the 1st century BC. The Suda lists four works of his:
  • Βίοι ἐνδόξων - Famous Lives
  • Φιλοσόφων διαδοχαί - Successions of Philosophers
  • Βίος Ἑλλάδος - Life of Greece, in 4 books
  • Περὶ Ῥόδου - On Rhodes

However, the Suda expresses doubt about whether the third book is his, and also credits Jason of Argos as having written a Life of Greece in 4 books.Suda, Jason ι53


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