), a Greek rhetorician, twice quoted briefly by Seneca, as it seems safe to infer that Puton
in the second passage should be read Plution. (Suas.
i. p. 13, Controvers.
1.3. p. 104, ed. Genev. 1628.)
The commentators on the former passage state, on the authority of Eusebius, that he was a celebrated teacher of rhetoric. Westermann places him in the period between Augustus and Hadrian. (Geschichte der Griech. Beredt.