A king of Bosporus, son of Spartacus I. He reigned B.C. 407 or 406-393. He maintained
friendly relations with Athens. He was slain at the siege of Theudosia in 393, and was
succeeded by his son Leucon.
A king of Bosporus, who was the eldest of the sons of Paerisades I., whom he succeeded in
B.C. 311, but reigned only nine months.
A distinguished comic actor at Athens, who is said to have given instructions to
Demosthenes in the art of giving full effect to his speeches by appropriate action. (See Demosthenes
A distinguished Peripatetic philosopher and historian, who lived in the time of Ptolemy
Philopator, if not later. He wrote a collection of biographies, among which were lives of
Philip and Demosthenes, and which is frequently cited by ancient writers.