Early Greek Philosophy by John Burnet, with Burnet's notes
19. Satyros 21. Eratosthenes and Apollodoros

From Burnet's Note on the Sources

20. "Diogenes Laertius"
The work which goes by the name of Laertios Diogenes is, in its biographical parts, a mere patchwork of all earlier learning. It has not been digested or composed by any single mind at all, but is little more than a collection of extracts made at haphazard. But, of course, it contains much that is of the greatest value.

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