According to polyhistor, he was a usurper who had been a vine-dresser in the royal gardens.
Groeningius announced a polyhistor bibliothecarius in 1700, which was to deal with law after the fashion of Morhof's "polyhistor."
The Aparanadius of the canon must be the Asordanes of polyhistor.
On the other hand, it may be observed, that the number of the early Chaldaean kings reported by polyhistor is preposterous.
polyhistor, pol-i-his′tor, n. a person of great and varied learning.
He has also pointed out that both Abydenus and polyhistor mention this campaign against Babylon.