), an historian of uncertain date.
A work of his on Italy and another on Sybaris are quoted by Plutarch. (Parall. Min.
10, 21.) His Tragica,
also quoted by Plutarch (de Fluv.
3), Vossius supposes to have been a collection of the legends which formed the ordinary subjects of ancient tragedy; but it has been proposed to substitute Θρᾳκικῶν
in the passage in question. (Voss. de Hist. Graec.
p. 418, ed. Westermann.)