) was an Athenian comic poet of the new comedy, and perhaps partly of the middle.
Two of his plays, entitled Εύντροφοι
and Ἑαυτὸν πενθῶν
, are mentioned by Athenaeus, who quotes a long passage from the former, and a few lines from the latter. Elsewhere he calls him, less correctly, Demoxenus.
The longer fragment was first published, with a Latin version, by Hugo Grotius, in his Excerpta ex Tragoedüs et Comoedüs Graecis, Par. 1626, 4to.
Ath. i. p. 15b., iii. p. 101f., xi. p. 469a.; Suid. s.v. Eudoc. p. 131; Meineke, Hist. Crit. Com. Graec.
i. p. 484, &c., iv. p. 529, &c., p. 843, &c.