11. Surnamed CHYTRAS, a Cynic philosopher at Alexandria, in the reign of Constantius, who, suspecting him guilty of forbidden practices, ordered him to be tortured. The Cynic bore the pain inflicted on him as a true philosopher, and was afterwards set free again. (Ammian. Marc. 19.12.)
He is probably the same as the person mentioned by the emperor Julian (Orat.
vii.) by the name of Chytron. (Vales. ad Ammian. Marc. l.c.