), of Megara, a comic poet of the New Comedy, who must have flourished between Ol. 125 and 130, B. C. 280 and 260, as he ridiculed the league of Antigolius and Pyrrhus in one of his comedies (Hesych. s. v.
. δύνασαι σιωπᾶν
). Meineke, therefore, fixes the time at which he exhibited comedy at Athens about Ol. 127, B. C. 272.
The following titles of his dramas are preserved :--Αὐλητρίδες, Μισουμένη
, and Φύλαρχος
(Meineke, Frag. Com Graec.
vol. i. pp. 481, 482, iv. pp. 599-51.)