, of Alexandria, surnamed “Bowels of Brass,” from his indefatigable application to study, lived in the reign of Augustus, and is said by Seneca to have written 4000 treatises, not one of which has descended to our times but some scholia on Homer are attributed to him, which Schrevelius has joined to an edition of that poet, | Amsterdam, 1656, 2 vols. 4to, and they occur in some other editions, but they appear to be the work of a later author. 1