A.prose-writer, opp. poet (v. λόγος v), Arist.Rh. 1388b22, D.H.Comp.16.1: applied to the early Greek historians from Cadmus of Miletus to Hdt. by Th.1.21; cf. “λογοποιός” 1: generally, historian, Plb.7.7.1; coupled with συγγραφεύς, D.H.1.73.
II. professional speech-writer, Alex.124.19, Aeschin.1.94; as a term of reproach, “διὰ πάσης τῆς λοιδορίας ἐκάλει λογογράφον” Pl.Phdr.257c, cf. Din.1.111, D.19.246, Aeschin.3.173, Hyp.Ath.3: but without such implication, “Χαιρήμων ἀκριβὴς ὥσπερ λ.” Arist.Rh.1413b13.
III. accountant, POxy.2115 (iv A. D.), etc.
IV. recorder in a court, PAmh.2.82.3 (iii/iv A. D.).