), a Theban, the son of Satyrus or Dionysius, was a celebrated flute-player, and also a poet.
He lived in the time of Alexander the Great. (Suidas and Harpocrat. s.v. Plut. de Alex. fort.
p. 355a., de Music.
p. 1138a.; Cic. Brut. 50
; Bode, Gesch. d. lyrisch. Dichtkunst d. Hellenen,
ii. p. 321, &c.) His two daughters, Melo and Satyra, who followed the profession of their father, are mentioned in an epigram in the Greek Anthology. (5.206.)