Rhetoric teacher of the Augustan period, student of Buteo [1. 156f.], then his successor, who is perhaps identical with the example of lacking hygiene cited in Hor. Sat. 1,2,27 (= 1,4,92). His voice was rough and aggressive (Sen. Controv. 1,7,18). The older Seneca always connects the quotes form G. that illustrate his Colores with harsh reproach (stultitia contr. 10,5,25; cacozelia 9,1,15, insaniens Suas. 2,16).
1 H. Bornecque, Les Déclamations, 1902, 168.