Not far from the city was the temple of Men Karou, with; a great medical school; while Laodicea itself produced some famous Sceptic philosophers, and gave origin to the royal family of Polemon and Zenon, whose curious history has been illustrated in recent times (W.
whom the most notable were Zenon dc Somadevila, marquis of Ensenada, and Richard Wall, an Irish Jacobite, carried on the work of financial and administrative reform.
Another popular movie that spawned two sequels was Zenon:Girl of 21st Century.
In 2001, Zenon: The Zequel premiered with most of the original cast.
The cast returned for Zenon: Z3, which was shown in 2004.
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