), the author of nine verses in the Greek Anthology, the first two of which stand in the Vatican MS. as an epigram on Callimachus and Cynageirus, the well-known leaders of the Athenians at the battle of Marathon (Brunck, Anal.
vol. ii. p. 404, Anth. Pal.
App. No. 58).
There can be no doubt that the lines are a fragment of an heroic poem on the battle of Marathon, or the Persian war in general; but we have no indication of the author's age. (See Jacobs, Comment. in Anth. Graec.
vol. ii. pt. 3, p. 193, vol. iii. pt. 3, p. 929; Vossius, de Hist. Graec.
p. 480, ed. Westermann; Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
vol. iv. p. 486.)