), an astrologer at Rome in the reign of Vespasian. (D. C. 66.9
He was retained and consulted by the emperor, though all of his profession were forbidden the city.
He obtained the establishment of the games at Ephesus, which received their name from him, and are mentioned in the Arundelian Marbles, p. 71, and discussed in a note in Reimar's edition of Dio Cass. vol. ii. p. 1084.