2. Son of Philip, an officer who commanded the leading squadron of Macedonian cavalry at the passage of the Granicus. (Arr. Anab. 1.14
It is supposed by Gronovius (ad Arr. l.c.
) and by Droysen, that he is the same who was afterwards left by Alexander
with a force of 3000 foot and 200 horse to defend the province of Caria, and who subsequently, together with Asander the governor of Lydia, defeated the Persian general Orontobates, B. C. 332. (Arr. ib. 1.23, 2.5.)