2. (Perhaps identical with the preceding.)
A friend of Demetrius Poliorcetes, who was one of the few that still remained with him in his retreat and wanderings after his last defeat by Seleucus, B. C. 286.
He had preserved 400 pieces of gold, which he now offered to Demetrius as a last resource, and with this supply the king endeavoured to reach the coast, but was intercepted by the detachments of Seleucus, and compelled to surrender at discretion. (Plut. Demetr. 49.