), of Metapontum, a Pythagorean philosopher, to whom, as well as to Leon and Bathyllus, Alcmaeon dedicated his works.
According to some accounts, Brontinus married Theano, the daughter of Pythagoras. (D. L. 8.83
; Suidas, s. v. Θεανώ
; Iambl. Vit. Pyth.
§ 267.) Iamblichus (Villoison, Anec. Gr.
vol. ii. p. 198) quotes a work of Brontinus.