XENOPHANES [21 DK]P Family, City, Chronology (P1–P7)
P1 (< A1) Diog. Laert. 9.18–20
 Ξενοφάνης Δεξίου ἤ, ὡς Ἀπολλόδωρος [FGrHist 244 F68a], Ὀρθομένους, Κολοφώνιος [. . .]. οὗτος ἐκπεσὼν τῆς πατρίδος ἐν Ζάγκλῃ τῆς Σικελίας1 διέτριβε2 καὶ ἐν Κατάνῃ. [. . .] καί, ὡς Σωτίων φησί [Frag. 28 Wehrli], κατ᾽ Ἀναξίμανδρον3 ἦν. [. . .] μακροβιώτατός τε γέγονεν, ὥς που καὶ αὐτός φησιν·  [. . . = D66]. [. . .]  καὶ ἤκμαζε κατὰ τὴν ἑξηκοστὴν Ὀλυμπιάδα.
P2 (< A6) Ps.-Luc. Long. 20
Ξενοφάνης δὲ ὁ Δεξίνου μὲν υἱὸς [. . .] ἐβίωσεν ἔτη ἓν καὶ ἐνενήκοντα.
XENOPHANESP Family, City, Chronology (P1–P7)
P1 (< A1) Diogenes Laertius
 Xenophanes, from Colophon, son of Dexius or, as Apollodorus says, of Orthomenes [. . .]. After he had been exiled from his fatherland, he spent time in Zancle in Sicily and in Catania.1 [. . .] And, as Sotion says, he lived at the time of Anaximander. [. . .] and he lived to a very great age, as he himself says somewhere:  [. . . = D66]. [. . .]  and he reached full maturity in the 60th Olympiad [540/36].
P2 (< A6) Ps.-Lucian, Long-lived Men
Xenophanes, the son of Dexinus [. . .] lived for ninety-one years.