It was the mission of Zeno to establish the doctrines of his master.
The deposed Nepos also sent a petition to Zeno to restore him.
Zeno laughed rather incredulously, as he quoted the old Italian proverb.
But I must indulge you, as Zeno says that I ought, and we are alone.
That discovery, without which all political science was merely conventional, belongs to the followers of Zeno.
Basiliscus, rebellion against Zeno, 71 et seq.; bad generalship of, 98.
This statement deserves full belief: it probably came from Zeno himself, a voluminous writer.
Tarasicodissa, chief of the Isaurians, changes name to Zeno, 65.
Zeno, Democritus, and other Greek philosophers held that comets were produced by the collection of several stars into clusters.
"You may thank my position and my charity for your admission, Zeno," he said.
U Rochester 1978. Euclid with asynchronous message-passing. "Preliminary ZENO Language Description", J.E. Ball et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(9):17-34 (Sep 1979).