), a physician quoted by Stobaeus (Flor.
102.9), who said that he
was a perfect physician who was able to distinguish what was possible from what was not.
He may, perhaps, be the same person who wrote a book entitled Συναγωγὴ Ἀκουσμάτων Θαυμασίων
, which is quoted by Stobaeus (ibid.
100.222-24). Fabriciiis says (Bibl. Graec.
vol. xiii. p. 439, ed. vet.) that Trophilus is also mentioned by Plutarch in his Salataria Praecepta,
and if this be so (for the writer has not been able to find the passage) he must have lived some time in or before the first century after Christ.