11. APOLLONIUS HIPPOCRATICUS (Ἱπποκράτειος
), is said by Galen (De Secta Opt.
100.14. vol. i. p. 144; Comment. III. in Hippocr.
" De Rat. Vict. in Morb. Ac.
" 100.38. vol. xv. p. 703) to have been a pupil of Hippocrates II., and must therefore have lived in the fourth century B. C.
He is blamed by Erasistratus (ap. Gal. l.c.
) for his excessive severity in restricting the quantity of drink allowed to his patients.