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Diony'sius

9. A physician, who was a contemporary of Galen in the second century after Christ, and is mentioned as attending the son of Caecilianus, to whom Galen wrote a letter full of medical advice, which is still extant. (Galen, Pro Puero Epilept. Consil., in Opera, vol. xi. p. 357.)

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