4. Of Megalopolis, who, at the outbreak of the war of the Romans against Perseus in B. C. 170, advised the Achaeans to join the Romans, and not to remain neutral between the two belligerent parties.
In the year following, he was one of the Achaean ambassadors, who were sent to bring about a peace between Antiochus III. and Ptolemy Philopator. (Plb. 28.6