(Δρωπίδης; Drōpídēs). From an aristocratic Athenian family (an ancestor with the same name was an archon in 645/4 BC and related to Solon); according to Curtius 3,13,15, he was one of the three Athenian emissaries to Darius  captured by Parmenion after the battle of Issus (in 333). The account in Arrian An. 3,24,4, needs to be corrected in some details where it deviates from Curtius [1. 1, 233f.] but reports credibly that Alexander  had him arrested. His fate is unknown.
1 Bosworth, Commentary.