), a son of Bathippus, who commenced operations against the law of Leptines respecting the abolition of exemptions from liturgies. Bathippus died soon after, and his son Aphepsion resumed the matter.
He was joined by Ctesippus. Phormion, the orator, spoke for Aphepsion, and Demosthenes for Ctesippus. (Argum. ad Dem. Leptin.
p. 453; Dem. c. Lept.
p. 501 ; Wolf, Proleg. in Demosth. Lept.
p. 48, &c., pp. 52-56.)