, an Arabian author, who is supposed to have lived about the fourth century, and is styled the son of Seirim, wrote a book “On the interpretation of Dreams, according to the doctrine of the Indians, the Persians, and the Egyptians,” which, with all its absurdities, has been translated into Greek and Latin, and published, together with “Artemidorus on Dreams and Chiromancy,” by M. Rigault in Paris, 1603, 4to. The original is lost. 2