2. Of Colonus, is mentioned by Demosthenes (c. Meid.
p. 535) as the bitterest accuser of Chabrias, in the famous trial about the loss of Oropus, B. C. 366. [CALLISTRATUS, No. 3; CHABRIAS.] He appears to have been the same person who is spoken of in the oration against Neaera (p. 1352) as a friend, when a young unmarried man, of Lysias the sophist, who probably should not be identified with the celebrated orator of the same name, Whether the accuser of Chabrias was also the maternal grandfather and adoptive father of Phaenippus is a doubtful point. (Dem. c. Phaen.
pp. 1045, 1047.)