). A pupil of Berosus, who flourished B.C. 268.
He wrote in Greek an historical account of the Chaldeans, Babylonians, and Assyrians, some
fragments of which have been preserved to us by Eusebius, Cyril, and Syncellus. An important
fragment, which clears up some difficulties in Assyrian history, has been discovered in the
Armenian translation of the Chronicon
of Eusebius. See the edition of his
fragments by Richter (Leipzig, 1825)