burning, a Roman Christian to whom Paul sent salutations (Rom. 16:14).
One must make mention of phlegon of Tralles, though, of whom two works have indeed come down to us.
She had thus attracted the notice of the young slave phlegon, who held this horrible office.
Not guessing the object of the girls errand, but knowing her hapless love for phlegon, she consented to accompany her.
phlegon will be glad to save him, if it can be done undiscovered.
But Pedanius is a wretch, and once he treated phlegon so cruelly that, in a fit of rage, the boy struck him.
Eusebius of Csarea quotes phlegon, but we have none of his works now existing.
phlegon was still technically the slave of Pedanius, but as he was not in the household he had been passed over.
phlegon says, the day was changed into night at the 6th hour (noon), and the stars were seen.
phlegon (Phle′gon) (burning), one of the four chariot horses of Sol.
Christian apologists have cited phlegon who notices an eclipse which occurred about this time.