4. There was an officer of the same name in the service of Perseus, who commanded at Thessalonica in the war with the Romans, B. C. 168. (Liv. 44.32
There were several other persons of this name, among whom we may mention a native of Cumae, spoken of by Cicero (pro Flacc.
100.7); a Platonic philosopher, to whom Boethus dedicated his work περὶ τῶν παρὰ Πλάτωνι ἀπορουμένων λέξεων
(Photius, Phot. Bibl. 155
); and a bishop of Byzantium. (Philipp. Cypr. Chron.
p. 4; Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vii. p. 101.)