), Greek, literary.
1. A sophist and rhetorician, who flourished under Hadrian, and wrote a work in four books, entitled Εἰσαγωγὴ καὶ ύποθέσεις μελετητικῆς ὕλης
, and also Commentaries on Thucydides, Acusilaus, and some other authors, as well as other exegetical works. (Suid. s. v.
) He seems to have been a native of Zeugma, as Suidas tells us that Sergius of Zeugma wrote an epitaph for his brother, Sabins the sophist. (Suid. s. v. Σέργιος