), a Lacedaemonian of distinction, the son of Eryxidaidas.
He was one of the delegates who ratified the year's truce between the hostile confederacies of the Athenians and Peloponnesians in . 100.423. In B. C. 421 he was again one of the Peloponnesians who took the oaths to the general peace, and was one of the ambassadors sent to the countries on the borders of Thrace, to see after the fulfilment of the terms of the treaty.
A little later he was one of those who took the oaths to the separate treaty between the Lacedaemonians and Athenians, and in B. C. 420 was one of the ambassadors who were sent to Athens to counteract the negotiations of the Argives, and were tricked by Alcibiades. (Thuc. 4.119