), a Greek historian, who wrote an account of the Greek philosophers from the time of Pythagoras to the death of Epicurus, whose system he himself adopted. (Clem. Al. Strom. i. p. 133
He seems to be the same as the Antilogus mentioned by Dionysius of Halicarnassus. (De Comp. Verb.
4; comp. Anonym. Descript. Olymp.
xlix.) Theodoret (Therap.
viii. p. 908) quotes an Antilochus as his authority for placing the tomb of Cecrops on the acropolis of Athens, but as Clemens of Alexandria (Protrept.
p. 13) and Arnobius (ad v. Gent.
6.6) refer for the same fact to a writer of the name of Antiochus, there may possibly be an error in Theodoret.