), of Chios, a Greek historian, mentioned by Dionysius of Halicarnassus along with Hellanicus and Damastes, as writers who lived a little before the Peloponnesian war. (Dionys. de Thuc.
The fragments of his writings, quoted by the grammarians, are of a mythological nature. (Schol. ad Aristoph. Lysistr.
447; Schol. Victor. ad Il.
16.328; Etymol. s. v. Θέλγειν
, where Ξενομηδης
ought probably to be read instead of Ἐνομίδης
; comp. Müller, Fragm. Hist. Grate.
vol. ii. p. 43, Paris, 1848.)