), a Greek sophist and rhetorician, who lived about the middle of the third century after Christ, before and in the reign of the emperor Philippus.
He was a native of Arabia, and wrote a work, περὶ στάσεων
in thirteen books, of which scarcely a trace has come down to us. (Suid. s. v. Μαΐωρ
; Eudoc. p. 300; Schol. ad Hermog.