), a disciple of Platto, who, after being for some time under the instruction of that philosopher, became negligent, and gave himself up to idleness; a change which drew from Demosthenes, who is said to have been his fellow-disciple, a letter of remonstrance.
This letter is noticed in a fragment of the commentary on the Gorgias
of Plato by Olympiodorus, preserved in a MS. collection of Praeannotanenta Miscellanca in Platonem,
in the imperial library at Vienna. (Lambecius, Comment. de Biblioth. Caesarea,
lib. vii. No. 77, vol. vii. p. 271, ed. Kollar; Fabric. Bibl. Gr.
vol. iii. p. 176.)