Zeno of Rhodes

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Zeno of Rhodes (Greek: Ζήνων; born not later than 220 BC) was an ancient Greek politician and historian (FGrH 523).[1]

Zeno mainly wrote about the history of Rhodes, and was a contemporary of Polybius.[2] Polybius made extensive use of Zeno's historical work, especially on the dealings Rhodes had with Lycia and ancient Rome.[3]

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  1. ^ Wiemer, Hans-Ulrich (2012). "Zeno of Rhodes". The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. doi:10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah08170. ISBN 9781444338386.
  2. ^ Thomas, Joseph (2009). The Universal Dictionary of Biography and Mythology, Volume IV. New York: Cosimo. p. 2315.
  3. ^ Wiemer, Hans-Ulrich (2013). "Zeno of Rhodes and the Rhodian View of the Past 1". In Gibson, Bruce; Harrison, Thomas (eds.). Polybius and His World: Essays in Memory of F.W. Walbank. New York: Oxford University Press.