Ancient Philosophy Timeline

IMPORTANT: This timeline is in a beta phase, and has been published online to provide those scholars who might wish to help in its formation with a means to familiarize themselves with its style and purpose. ;xNLx;;xNLx;The focus will first be upon populating the timeline with entries relating to Stoicism, and then Epicureanism. Subsequent philosophical traditions will be added at a later date. Entries listed are either topics that have been submitted, or been assigned.;xNLx;;xNLx;Understanding the Timetable:;xNLx;;xNLx;Please click on the icon of the spanner in the bottom right of the screen to either limit the timeline to display only certain categories, to change the layout of the timeline, or to search its entries.;xNLx;;xNLx;Individuals are assigned an entry in the timeline that best approximates the beginning of their philosophical activity, and not the date of their birth.

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Lucretius (SUBMITTED)

Lucretius (c. 15-55 B.C.)

0050-06-01 21:23:16

Seneca the Younger (SUBMITTED)

Lucius Annaeus Seneca (ca. 4 B.C. – A.D. 65)

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Persius (34-62 A.D.)

0060 BC-06-11 16:28:15

Arius Didymyus

Arius Didymus (fl.1 century B.C.)

0060-06-01 20:37:58

Cornutus (SUBMITTED)

Lucius Annaeus Cornutus (fl. 60 A.D.)

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Musonius Rufus (SUBMITTED)

Musonius Rufus (ca. 1st century A.D.)

0085 BC-06-01 20:37:58

Philodemus of Gadara (SUBMITTED)

Philodemus of Gadara (c. 110- 40 B.C.)

0090 BC-01-25 03:12:01

Herculaneum Papyri (SUBMITTED)

Herculaneum Papyri (inc. 3D video model of the Villa of Papyri)

0090 BC-01-25 03:12:01

The Decentralisation of Ancient Philosophy (SUBMITTED)

The Roman Empire and the Decentralization of Philosophy (ca.88 B.C.)

0100 BC-01-25 03:12:01

Posidonius (SUBMITTED)

Posidonius (c 135 – c 51 B.C.)

Ancient Philosophy Timeline

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