), of Delos, surnamed μουδικός
, was a writer on music. (Athen. 1.21
f.) Athenaeus quotes two works by him, one entitled Περὶ Αὐλητῶν
(xiv. p. 634d), and the other Περὶ Μουσικῆς
, which consisted of two books at least (xiv. p. 636b).
He is the same person as Phyllis
) ὁ μουσικύς
, mentioned by the Scholiast on Aristophanes along with Aristoxenus (ad Ran.
1337, ad Vesp.
1231), and as Phylles
) ὁ μουσικός
, as he is called by Suidas. All the manuscripts of Athenaeus however exhibit the reading Phillis. (See Schweighaüser, ad Athen.
xiv. p. 634d.)