), son of HERMEAS, studied with his brother Heliodorus at Athens under Proclus (who died A. D. 484), and was the master of Simplicius, Asclepius Trallianus, John Philoponus, and Damascius.
Commentaries on Plato and Ptolemy
(in Greek) on Plato and Ptolemy are lost, as well as many on Aristotle.
His extant works are:
Commentaries on the Isagoge of Porphyry, or the Five Predicables
First published at Venice in 1500.
On the Categories of Aristotle, and
First published at Venice in 1503.
See too ap. Alexand. Aphrodis. De Fato,
p. 180, 8vo. Lond. 1658.
The above-named Commentaries on Aristotle are also published in the Scholia in Aristot.
In MS. are his Commentaries on Aristotle's Topics and Metaphysics, and his Methodus construendsdi Astrolabium
Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. v. p. 707.