1. One of the two sons of Thucydides, whom Plato mentions among the instances of those sons of great men, whom their fathers, though educating them with the utmost care, have been unable to train to excellence (Menon,
p. 94c. d.).
He is mentioned by Athenaeus (vi. p. 234e.) as the scribe of a decree of Alcibiades, engraved on a pillar in the temple of Heracles at Cynosargos.