a painter mentioned by Pliny. (H. N.
35.11. s. 40.)
He is not spoken of by any other writer, and all that is known about him is, that he painted a picture of Dioxippus, a victor in the pancratium at Olympia. Dioxippus lived in the time of Alexander the Great. (Aelian, Ael. VH 10.22
; Diod. 17.100
; Athen. 6.251
a.) Alcimachus therefore probaby lived about the same time.