Doxi'pater（*Doci/patros), or DOXO'PA TER, JOANNES, a Greek grammarian or rhetorician.
Ὁμιλίαι εἰς Ἀφθόνιον, and is extremely diffuse, so that it occupies upwards of 400 pages. It is full of long quotations from Plato, Thucydides, Diodorus, Plutarch, and from several of the Christian Fathers. The explanations given seem to be derived front earlier commentators of Aphthonius.
EditionsThis was printed for the first time by Aldus, in 1509, and again by Walz in his Rhetores Graeci, vol. ii.
Προλεγόμενα τῆς ῥητορικῆς, and, as its author mentions the emperor Michael Calaphates, he must have lived after the year A. D. 1041.