a rhetorician of Carthage, and a contemporary and disciple of St Augustin. (August. de Cur. pro Mort.
Under his name we possess a disputation on Cicero's Somnium Scipionis
, which contains various discussions on points of the Pythagorean doctrine of numbers.
The treatise was first printed by A. Schott at the end of his Quaestiones Tallianae (Antwerp, 1613, 8vo.)
, and afterwards in the edition of Cicero's de Officiis, by Graevius (1688)
, from which it is reprinted with some improvements in Orelli's edition of Cicero, vol. v. part. 1, pp. 397-413