3. An Athenian, son of one Lycurgus, and father of Lycurgus the orator.
The language of the author of the Lives of the Ten Orators is such as to leave it doubtful whether it was Lycophron or his father Lycurgus who was put to death by the thirty tyrants. (Paus. 1.29
; Pseudo-Plut. Vit. X. Orat. Lyc.
ad init.; Clint. F. H.
sub anno 337.)