), a Rhodian author of uncertain date, to whom we find the following works ascribed: 1. Γαλατρικά
, a history of the Gauls, from which Plutarch (Parallel. Min.
15) gives a story, parallel to that of Tarpeia in Livy, of a woman of Ephesus, who betrayed the town to Brennus. 2. Ἰνδικά
, from the tenth book of which Plutarch (de Fluv.
25.3) quotes a medical recipe for the jaundice. 3. Ἰταλικά
. 4. Κτίσεις
, a work on the origin of different cities (Plut. de Fluv.
6.4), from which we obtain one theory on the etymology of Lugdunum. (See Voss. de Hist. Graec.
pp. 418, 419.)