Pupil of Aristotle. His summary of medical doctrines was known to Plutarch (Quaest. conv. 8. 9. 3) and Galen (15. 25 Kühn). Parts are thought to be preserved in the ‘Anonymus Londinensis’ papyrus, which is one of the most important sources for the early history of Greek medicine.
Realencyclopädie der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft, s.v. “Meno 17.”Find this resource:
Ed. H. Diels, Anonymi Londinensis ex Aristotelis iatricis Menoniis et aliis medicis eclogae (1893).Find this resource:
W. H. S. Jones (trans.), The Medical Writings of Anonymous Lindinensis (1947).Find this resource: