of Pergamus, a pupil of the celebrated Apollodorus of Pergamus, who was also the teacher of Augustus. [APOLLODORUS, No. 22.] He was himself a teacher of rhetoric, and the author of several works, in which he explained the theory of his master.
It would appear from his surname that he resided at Athens. (Strab. xiii. p.625
; Quint. Inst. 3.1.18