(Chapter 6) Footnote 123:

Marinus is one of a kind of pleiad of pre-Galenic anatomists (others were Eudemus, Herophilus, Andreas, and Lycus) respectfully invoked by Vesalius in his Preface as model figures of an Alexandrian tradition in which human dissection was practiced. None of his works survive, though he is mentioned some three dozen times by Galen (most often in De anatomicis administrationibus and De libris propriis). See Vesalius’ Preface (notes 13-17) and Von Staden 1989, p.236-7.