), an Athenian comic poet, who is reckoned among the poets of the new comedy, but it is uncertain whether he really belonged to the middle or the new. About his age we only know for certain, that he lived about or after B. C. 324, but not how long after. Some writers have confounded him with Hegesippus. [HEGESIPPUS.] The following titles of his plays, and a few lines, are extant: Ἀπαγχόμενος
d., 107,e., vi. p. 248b., 258, b. c., viii. p. 364f., ix. p. 384c., x. p. 429d., 443, f.; Meineke, Frag. Common. Graec.
i. pp. 490, 491, iv. pp. 565-569.)