1. Of Alexandria, an Academic philosopher and a friend of Antiochus.
He was sent by his fellow-citizens as ambassador to Rome, to complain of the conduct of their king, Ptolemy Auletes. On his arrival at Rome he was poisoned by the king's secret agents, and the strongest suspicion of the murder fell upon M. Caelius. (Cic. Ac. 4.4
, pro Cael.
10, 21; Strab. xvii. p.796