Jason of Nysa (Greek: Ἰάσων ὁ Νυσαεύς, Iason o Nysaevs; 1st-century BC) was a Stoic philosopher, the son of Menecrates, and, on his mother's side, grandson of Posidonius, of whom he was also the disciple and successor at the Stoic school at Rhodes.[1] He therefore flourished after the middle of the 1st century BC. The Suda lists four works of his:[1]

However, the Suda expresses doubt about whether the third book is his, and also credits Jason of Argos as having written a Life of Greece in 4 books.[2]


  1. ^ a b Suda, Jason ι 52
  2. ^ Suda, Jason ι 53