13. Of SELEUCEIA, an Epicurean philosopher, who has frequently been confounded with Diogenes the Babylonian, who was likewise a native of Seleuceia.
He lived at the court of Syria, and on terms of intimacy with king Alexander, the supposititious son of Antiochus Epiphanes.
But he was put to death soon after the accession of Antiochus Theus, in B. C. 142. (Athen. 5.211