There are two persons of this name; the one is mentioned by Tatian (p. 137, ed. Oxford, 1700) and Eusebins (Praep. Evang.
x. p. 495) as an author who lived before the time of Homer.
But the reading in Tatian is uncertain, and we have no clue for any further investigation about him.
The second Drymon is mentioned by Iamblichus among the celebrated Pythagoreans. (De Vit. Pyth.
36; comp. Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
i. p. 29, &c.)