), one of the witnesses to the will of Theophrastus, who died B. C. 287 (Diog. Laeat. 5.57).
He is perhaps the same with Philomelus, mentioned by Numenius, the Pythagoreo-Platonic philosopher, in connection with Mnaseas and Timon, as belonging to the school of the sceptics. (Euseb. P. E.
xiv. p. 731, ed. 1688).