), a son of the above, was one of the ambassadors sent from Greece to Dareius Codomannus.
With his colleagues he fell into the hands of Parmenion, at Damascus, after the battle of Issus (B. C. 333). Alexander
treated him honourably, from a wish to conciliate the Athenians as well as from respect to his father's memory: and on his death (which was a natural one) he sent his bones to his relatives at Athens. (Arr. Anab. 2.15
; Curt. 3.10