Asclepiodotus Tacticus (Greek: Ἀσκληπιόδοτος; fl. 1st century BC) was a Greek writer and philosopher, and a pupil of Posidonius. According to Seneca, he wrote a work entitled Quaestionum Naturalium Causae.
A short work on military tactics survives. He is one of the earliest military writers whose studies on tactics have come down to us. He was not striped[clarification needed] in the Helian[clarification needed] nor Arrian's lists of tacticians.
- Seneca, Naturales Quaestiones, vi. 17, 22
- Aeneas Tactitus, Asclepiodotus, and Onasander, translated by Illinois Greek Club, Loeb Classical Library, 1923, ISBN 0-674-99172-9.
- Arrianos / Asklepiodotos: Die Kunst der Taktik, Greek and German by Kai Brodersen, De Gruyter, Berlin 2017, ISBN 978-3-11-056216-3.
- Asclepiodotus (complete text of the English translation, from the Loeb edition)
- Asclepiodotus (complete Greek text from the Loeb edition)
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