Antiphanes of Delos

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Antiphanes of Delos (Greek: Ἀντιφάνης) was a Greek physician. He has been quoted by Caelius Aurelianus[1] and Galen,[2] and must therefore have lived some time in or before the 2nd century AD. He is mentioned by Clement of Alexandria[3] as having said "the sole cause of diseases in man was the too great variety of his food."

References[edit]

  1. ^ De Morb. Chron. iv. 8, p. 537
  2. ^ JD& Com pos. Medicam. sec. Locos, v. 5, vol. xii. p. 877
  3. ^ Paedag. ii. 1, p. 140