4. Of ANTIOCH, a sophist, who seems to have been a Christian, and to be the same person as the one to whom the nineteenth letter of Aeneas of Gaza is addressed.
He himself is the reputed author of 46 letters, which are still extant.
Meursius is inclined to attribute these Epistles to Dionysius of Miletus, without, however, assigning ally reason for it.
A Latin version of them was first printed by G. Cognatus, in his " Epistolae Laconicae," Basel, 1554, 12mo.
, and afterwards in J. Buchler's "Thesaurus Epist. Lacon.," 1606, 12mo.
The Greek original was first edited by H. Stephens, in his Collection of Greek Epistles, Paris, 1577, 8vo.