. The author of a collection of a hundred
riddles, each consisting of three hexameters, intended for use during the Saturnalia. The
diction and prosody are correct, though the work is probably as late as the fifth century A.D.
The title of the book is Aenigmata.
The text is to be found in Wernsdorf's
Poetae Latini Minores
, vol. vi., and there is a commentary in the edition by
Heumann (Hanover, 1722)
. See Paul, De Symposii Aenigmatis
; and the translation into French by Corpet (Paris, 1868)