), an Athenian comic poet of the new comedy (Suid. s. v.
), wrongly called Dexippus in another passage of Suidas, (s. v. Κωρυκαῖος
) and by Eudocia (p. 132). Suidas and Eudocia mention his Ἀντιπορνοβοσκός
, of which a line and a half are preserved by Athenaeus (iii. p. 100e.), Ἱστοριογράφος
), which Vossius conjectures was intended to ridicule the fabulous Greek historians (de Hist. Graec.
pp. 433, 434, ed. Westermann), Διαδικαζόμενοι
, of which nothing remains, and Φιλάργυρος
. (Ath. ix. p. 472b., xi. pp. 496, f., 502, d.) To these must be added, from Suidas and Photius (s. v. Κωρυκαῖος
), the Θησαυρός
. (Meineke, Frag. Com. Graec.
i. p. 485, iv. pp. 541-543.)