1. Of Aphidna, an Attic orator of the time of Demosthenes, who belonged to the anti-Macedonian party.
He was a son of Sophilus, and was sent with other ambassadors to Philip to receive his oath to the treaty with Athens.
He was also one of the ambassadors who accompanied Demosthenes to the Thebans, to conclude a treaty with them against Philip.
As an orator he seems to have been a man of second rate. (Demosth. de Coron.
pp. 235, 291.)
A fragment of one of his orations is preserved in Aristotle. (Rhet.