1. 2. APOLLONIUS ANTIOCHENUS (Ἀντιοχεύς
), the name of two physicians, father and son, who were born at Antioch, and belonged to the sect of the Empirici. They lived after Serapion of Alexandria and before Menodotus [SERAPION
], and therefore probably in the first or second century B. C. (Gal. Introd.
c. 4. vol. xiv. p. 683.) One of them is very likely the person sometimes called "Apollonius Empiricus ;" the other may perhaps be Apollonius Senior.