Poet of the New Comedy, from whom four fragments and two titles (Diamartanon, Thesauros, where a cook speaks) are extant. Worthy of note is his attack on the politician Demochares, nephew of Demosthenes [1 test.2 and fr. 4]. A. could be identical with the anagrapheus of the year 320/19 and may have been politically active as ally of the Macedonian royal administrator Antipater .
2Chr. Habicht, The comic poet A., in: Hesperia 62, 1993, 253-256.
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