Diogenes of Oinoanda

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Diogenes of Oinoanda was an Epicurean Greek from the 2nd century CE who commissioned a public display of extensive selections of Epicurean philosophy carved onto a portico wall in the ancient city of Oinoanda in Lycia. The surviving fragments of the wall, which originally extended over more than 40 meters, form an important source of Epicurian philosophy.

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