2. The medical writer quoted by Pliny (Plin. Nat. 32.16
), must be a different person, who lived about a century earlier than Galen's tutor, though Fabricius, by an oversight, speaks of him as the same person (Bibl. Gr.
vol. xiii. p. 360, ed vet.) : and this is probably the physician quoted by Asclepiades Pharmacion (ap. Galen, De Antid.
2.11, vol. xiv. p. 172).