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Stoicorum Veterum Fragmenta

Stoicorum Veterum Fragmenta is a collection of fragments and testimonia of the earlier Stoics composed in 1903–1905 by Hans von Arnim. It includes the fragments and testimonia of Zeno of Citium, Chrysippus and their immediate followers. At first the work consisted of three volumes, to which Maximilian Adler in 1924 added a fourth, containing general indices.

Division of the work

  • Volume 1 - Fragments of Zeno and his followers
  • Volume 2 - Logical and physical fragments of Chrysippus
  • Volume 3 - Ethical fragments of Chrysippus and some fragments of his pupils
  • Volume 4 - Indices of words, proper names and sources
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