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1. A pupil of Chrysippus of Cnidos, and tutor to Erasistratus, who lived in the fourth and third centuries B. C. He was the third husband of Pythias, the daughter of Aristotle, by whom he had a son named after her celebrated father. (Sext. Empir. Cont. Mathem. 1.12, p. 271. ed. Fabric.)

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