(Κηφίσιος; Kēphísios). The Athenian C. was the main accuser of Andocides  in the Trial of the Mysteries in 399 BC; C. levelled harsh reproaches against his political and religious violations, which must in part be ascribed to rhetorical slander (And. 1,92-93; Lys. 6,42).
A. Missiou, The Subversive Oratory of Andokides, 1992, 50.
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Engels, Johannes (Cologne),
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