), an ancient physcian, who lived in the latter half of the fourth century after Christ.
He was born in the island of Chios, and settled at Athens, where he appears to have practised with very little success, but acquired great fame by a happy cure of Eunapius Sardianus, who on his voyage to Athens (as he tells us himself, in vita Proaeres.
p. 76, ed. Boisson) had been seized with a fever of a very violent kind, which yielded only to treatment of a peculiar nature. An Athenian physician of this name is quoted by Pliny (Plin. Nat. 28.10
), of whom it is only known, that he must have lived some time before the middle of the first century after Christ.