), of Sammos, is mentioned by Dionysius of Halicarnassus (A. R.
1.72), together with Agathyllus, as a writer who agreed with Cephalon respecting the date of the foundation of Rome.
But whether Dema(goras was a poet like Agathyllus or not is uncertain.
He is often mentioned by the grammarians. (Bekker, Anecd.
p. 377; Bachmann, Anecd.
i. p. 68; Eustath. ad Il.
9.558; Eudoc. p. 3.5; Apostol. Prov.
2.51; Schol. ad Eurip. Phoen.