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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.

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