), son of Menippus took post off Leucas, with 27 Athenian galleys, in the year following the Sicilian defeat, B. C. 412, to watch for the return of the squadron of Gylippus.
He had but partial success.
The sixteen Peloponnesian ships escaped with one exception, though all in a shattered state, to Corinth. (Thuc. 8.13