20. Of MYNDUS, lived at the time of Alexander the Great, and was particularly skilled in explaining nativities.
He professed to have learned his art from the Chaldeans. (Senec. Quaest. Nat.
7.3 and 17.) His statements respecting the comets, which Seneca has proserved, are sufficient to shew that his works were of great importance for astronomy. Whether he is the same as Apollonius, a grammarian of Myndns, who is mentioned by Stephanus Byzantius (s. v. Μύνδος
), is uncertain.