Schaff, Philip. History of the Christian Church (The Complete Eight Volumes in One). Amazon Kindle Edition, 2014.
Volume 2, Ante-Nicene Christianity A.D. 100-325, “Chapter 13. Ecclesiastical Literature of the Ante-Nicene Age, and Biographical Sketches of the Church Fathers.” sec. 159-204.
§ 178. Apolinarius of Hierapolis. Militiades.
Apolinarius, “a successor of Papias, was a very active apologetic and polemic writer about A.D. 160-180” (Schaff 2014, loc. 21864). His orthodoxy was noted by Eusebius. Schaff observes that Eusebius referred to “many works” but names only four, lost since his time. These four works are an “Apology” to Marcus Aurelius, “Five books against the Greeks,” “Two books on Truth,” “Two books against the Jews,” and “Against the heresy of the Phrygians” (Schaff 2014, loc. 21872).
Schaff further observes that Militiades was another apologist at about the same time. His writings are also lost, and are not quoted by Eusebius (Schaff 2014, loc. 21872).