7. An Athenian, the proposer of a law providing that a public debtor should be exempt from imprisonment on his giving security for payment within a certain time. For this, Timocrates was prosecuted by Diodorus and Euctemon, and for them Demosthenes wrote the oration (κατὰ Τιμοκράτους
), which was delivered by Diodorus in B. C. 353 [ANDROTION; MELANOPUS.] It is a question whether this Timocrates should be identified with a person of the same name, who was the first husband of the sister of Onetor, and who surrendered her to Aphobus. (Dem. c. Onet.
i. pp. 865, &c.)