1. Of Nysa in Caria, was a son of Menecrates, and a pupil of the celebrated grammarian, Aristarchus. (Schol. ad Pind. Nem.
7.1; Strab. xiv. p.650
He himself was a celebrated grammarian, and Strabo in his youth was a pupil of Aristodemus at Nysa, who was then an old man.
It is not improbable that the Aristodemus whom the Scholiast on Pindar (Pind. I. 1.11
) calls an Alexandrian, is the same as the Nysaean, who must have resided for some time at Alexandria.