), an Arcadian flute-player (αὐλῳδός
), who gained a prize in the Pythian games about Ol. 48. 3 (B. C. 586), and dedicated a tripod to the Theban Heracles, with an inscription which is preserved in Pausanias (10.7.3
), and from which we learn that he won the prize by his melic poems and elegies, which were sung to the accompaniment of the flute.