1. A physician of Catana in Sicily, the tutor of Paccius Antiochus (Scribon. Larg. De Compos. Medicare.
23.97. p. 209; Marcell. Empir. De Medicam.
100.20, p. 324), who lived about the beginning of the Christian era.
He is probably the physician who is quoted by Dioscorides, and said by him to have been a native of Enna in Sicily (De Mat Med.
4.148, vol. i. p. 629); by Erotianus (Lex. Hrppocr.
p. 144); and also by Galen, who refers to his eighteenth book, Περὶ Ἰατρικῆς
, De Medicina.
(De Differ. Puls.
4.10, vol. viii. p. 748.)