Panodorus an Egyptian monk who flourished in the reign of the emperor Arcadius, is noted as the author of a Chronography (χρονογράφιον), in which he found great fault with Eusebius, from whom, however, he took many of his statements. Panodorus is frequently mentioned by Syncellus. See Voss, De list. Grec. p. 308; Fabricius, Bibl. Graeca, 7:444.