Hermodorus (Greek: Ἑρμόδωρος), who lived in the 4th century BC, is said to have circulated the works of Plato, and to have sold them in Sicily. Hermodorus himself appears to have been a philosopher, for we know the titles of two works that were attributed to him: On Plato (Greek: Περὶ πλάτωνος), and On Mathematics (Greek: Περὶ μαθημάτων).
- Suda, Hermodoros; Cicero, ad Atticum, xiii. 20.
- Cf. Diogenes Laertius, Prooem. 8; ii. 106; iii. 6
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