(Θεοσέβεια; Theosébeia). Poet, of whose work only one epigram is recorded (Anth. Pal. 7,559): Acestoria (personification of medicine) mourns the death of the physician Ablabius (presumably aptonym: ἀ-βλάβη/a-blábē, 'preventer of harm'). Her identification with the alchemist Zosimus' sister of the same name (3rd cent. AD, cf. ) is chronologically hard to reconcile with her membership of the kýklos of Agathias .
1 Av. and A. Cameron, The Cycle of Agathias, in: JHS 86, 1966, 8
2 R. C. McCail, The 'Cycle' of Ag…