was the most celebrated citharoedus of his time, and taught Nero to play and sing to the cithara.
The master was wise enough to let his imperial pupil conquer him in the Grecian games. Terpnus continued to enjoy a great reputation under Vespasian. (Suet. Ner. 20 ; D. C. 63.8
; Suet. Vcsp. 19 ;
Philostr. Vit. Apollon.