Antyllus


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An·tyl·lus

(an-til'ŭs),
Greek physician, ca. CE 150. See: Antyllus method.

Antyllus,

Greek physician, ca. 150 A.D.
Antyllus method - ligation of the artery above and below an aneurysm, followed by incision into and emptying of the sac.
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Similarly, after Actium, when two other boys of their household approached manhood, Cleopatra's son Caesarion was enrolled among the "ephebi" for education in the Greek manner, while Antyllus, Antony's son by Fulvia, received the Roman "toga virilis without the purple hem.
18)To protect his own dynasty, Octavian took care to murder Caesarion and Antyllus, the former of whom threatened his claim to be Julius Caesar's heir.