3. A Greek MONK, and a disciple of Simeon Stylites, lived about A. D. 460.
Life of Simeon
He wrote a life of his master Simeon, with whom he had lived on intimate terms.
It was written in Greek, and L. Allatius (Diatr. de Script. Sim.
p. 8) attests, that he saw a Greek MS. of it; but the only edition which has been published is a Latin translation in Boland's Act. Sanctor. i. p. 264.
(Cave, Script. Eccles. Hist. Lit.
ii. p. 145.) Vossius (De Hist. Lat.
p. 231), who knew only the Latin translation, was doubtful whether he should consider Antonius as a Latin or a Greek historian.