Philo of Tarsus

Philo Of Tarsus a deacon. He was a companion of Ignatius of Antioch, and accompanied the martyr from the East to Rome, A.D. 107. He is twice mentioned in the epistles of Ignatius (Ad Philadelph. c. 11; Ad Smynaeos, c. 13). He is supposed to have written, along with Rheus Agathopus, the Martyrium Ignatii, for which SEE IGNATIUS. See Cave, Hist. Litt. page 28 (ed. Geneva, 1720).

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