), a comic poet of unknown age, whose name is only found in a few passages of the grammarians in most of which it has been corrupted into Thucydides.
The remains of his poetry consist of one title. Δικασταί
, one complete line, and a few words (Suid. s. v. τριαχθῆναι
, and perhaps s. v. ὰνέσπακεν
; Phot. Lex. s. vv. μὴ νόμισον
; Pollux, 6.38; Zonar; Lex. s. v. Δειβήθριοι
; Antiatt. p 114. 22; Pierson, ad Mocrin, 334 ;
Porson, ad Eurip. Hecub. 1166 ;
Meineke, Frag. Com. Graec.
vol. i. p. 499. vol. iv. pp. 593, 594; Editio Minor, p. 1183). Fabricius has wrongly made Thugenides a tragic poet. (Bibl. Graec.
vol. ii. p. 325.)