), the author of an epigram on the great ship of Hiero, which appears to have been built about 220 B. C. (Athen. 5.209
.) To this epigram Brunck (Analect.
ii. p. 64) added another, on an imitator of Euripides, the title of which, however, in the Vatican MS. is Ἀρχιμήδους
, which there is no good reason for altering, although we have no other mention of a poet named Archimedes.