whose other name is sometimes written VMIDIUS (Capitol. Anton. Pius,
100.12), and sometimes VINIDIUS, which different modes of writing have clearly arisen from the confusion between the first stroke of an m
and the letter i.
He is apparently the jurist who is cited by Maecianus, lib. ix. Fideicom. (Dig. 35
. tit. 2. s. 32.4) under the name of " Vindius noster ;" and if he be the same, Vinidius is probably the true name.
He was one of the jurists who were in the consilium of Antoninus Pius, with Ulpius Marcellus, Volusius Maecianus, and others.
He is cited twice by Ulpian, and once by Paulus.
He probably wrote something, but there is no excerpt in the Digest.