A nephew of the preceding ( Suid. s. v.; Böckh, De Trag. Graec.
and xviii.), commonly styled Euripides Junior. He was a dramatic poet, like his uncle, and
exhibited, besides his own compositions, several plays of the latter, then dead; one of these
gained the prize. Böckh and others suspect that he reproduced the Iphigenia in
, and perhaps the Palamedes.
To this Euripides is ascribed, by
Suidas, an edition of Homer.