Philonides (Greek: Φιλωνίδης) was the name of two physicians in the time of Ancient Greece and Rome: * A physician of Catana in Sicily, the tutor of , who lived about the beginning of the 1st century. He is probably the physician who is quoted by Dioscorides, and said by him to have been a native of Enna in Sicily; by Erotianus; and also by Galen, who refers to his eighteenth book, Περὶ Ἰατρικῆς, De Medicina. * A physician of Dyrrachium in Illyricum, who was a pupil of Asclepiades of Bithynia in the 1st century BC, practised in his own country with some reputation, and wrote as many as 45 books.

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  • Philonides (Greek: Φιλωνίδης) was the name of two physicians in the time of Ancient Greece and Rome: * A physician of Catana in Sicily, the tutor of , who lived about the beginning of the 1st century. He is probably the physician who is quoted by Dioscorides, and said by him to have been a native of Enna in Sicily; by Erotianus; and also by Galen, who refers to his eighteenth book, Περὶ Ἰατρικῆς, De Medicina. * A physician of Dyrrachium in Illyricum, who was a pupil of Asclepiades of Bithynia in the 1st century BC, practised in his own country with some reputation, and wrote as many as 45 books. One of these physicians wrote a work, Περὶ μύρων καὶ Στεφάνων, De Unguentis et Coronis, which is quoted by Athenaeus, and one on Pharmacy quoted by Andromachus, and by Marcellus Empiricus. (en)
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  • Philonides (Greek: Φιλωνίδης) was the name of two physicians in the time of Ancient Greece and Rome: * A physician of Catana in Sicily, the tutor of , who lived about the beginning of the 1st century. He is probably the physician who is quoted by Dioscorides, and said by him to have been a native of Enna in Sicily; by Erotianus; and also by Galen, who refers to his eighteenth book, Περὶ Ἰατρικῆς, De Medicina. * A physician of Dyrrachium in Illyricum, who was a pupil of Asclepiades of Bithynia in the 1st century BC, practised in his own country with some reputation, and wrote as many as 45 books. (en)
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