Rhetor, et Orator, qui quum ingentes opes a maioribus suis accepisset, ipse et dicendi facultatem, et gloriam addidit, et non solum in patria magnus fuit, sed etiam in Asia primos honores adeptus est. Strab. l. 14. p. 659. It. alius Massilicus Philosophus, Apollonii Tyanaei praeceptor.

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