Adamantius (ca. fourth century C.E.)
A Jewish doctor, who became a Catholic at Constantinople
in the time of Constantine, to whom he dedicated his two volumes
on Physiognomy; or, The Art of Judging People by Their Faces.
This work, full of contradictions and fantasies, was printed in
the Scriptores Physiognomoniae veteres of Johann G. F. Franz at
Attembourg in 1780.

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