7. A native of Delphi, mentioned by Plutarch, and called in one passage ἱερεύς
EI apud Delphos,
100.5, vol. iii. p. 82), and in another Προφήτης
(De Defectu Oracul.
100.51, vol. iii. p. 200), may possibly, as Wyttenbach supposes, be the same individual as the son of Euthydemus mentioned above, No. 4. (Wyttenb. Notes to Plut. De Recta Rat. Aud.