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Gene'thlius

*Gene/qlios), of Patrae, in Palestine, a Greek rhetorician, who lived between the reigns of the emperors Philippus and Constantine. He was a pupil of Mucianus and Agapetus, and taught rhetoric at Athens, where he died at the early age 'of twenty-eight. He was an enemy and a rival of his countryman Callinicus.


Works

Suidas (s. v. Γενέθλιος), to whom we are indebted for this information, enumerates a variety of works which Genethlius wrote, declamations, panegyrics, and commentaries on Demosthenes; but not a trace of them has come down to us. (Comp. Eudoc. p. 1100; Hesych. Miles. s. v. Γενέθλιος.)

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