), is no other than L. Annaeus Cornutus [CORNUTUS, p. 859].
His mythological treatise was first published under this by Aldus, Venice, 1505, with the alias, however, of Cornutus
He is also called Πολυδεύκης Φουρνούτος
We transcribe the title of the last edition of this work, from Engelmann's Bibliotheca : "Phurnutus (s. Cornutus) L. Annaeus, De Natura Deorum ex schedis J. Bapt. d'Ausse de Villoison recens. commentariisque instr. Freid. Ossannus. Adjecta est J. de Villoison de Theologia Physica Stoicorum commentant. Gottingae." 1844.
Treatise on the Labors of Hercules
Gesner says that a treatise under this name, treating of the labours of Hercules, was extant in his time in one of the Venetian libraries (Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. iii. p. 556).