,) a comic poet of Syracuse or Agrigentum, was, according to some, the son, according to others, the disciple, of Epicharimus.
He lived about B. C. 488, and wrote fourteen plays in the Doric dialect, about which we only know, from a few titles, that some of them were on mythological subjects. (Suid. s.v. Fabric. Bibl. Graec.
ii. p. 436; Grysar, de Doriens. Com.
i. p. 81.)