3. A Stoic philosopher, a disciple of Panaetius.
He flourished about B. C. 110, and appears to have been one of the most distinguished of his sect.
He taught at Athens. Among his pupils was Antiochus of Ascalon. [ANTIOCHUS.] (Cic. de Fin.
1.2, de Orat.
2.22; Euseb. Praep. Evung.
xiv. p. 739.)