), about A. D. 135, praised as a historian by Eusebius, and for his learning by St Jerome (de Viris Illusir.
c. 21), lived in the reign of Hadrian.
He wrote against the twenty-four books of the Alexandrian Gnostic Basilides, on the Gospel. Quotations are made from his work by Eusebius. (Hist. Eccles.
4.7; see Gallandi's Bibliotheca Patrum,
vol. i. p. 330.)