(Λακεδαιμόνιος; Lakedaimónios). Athenian, son of Cimon  and Isodice (Plut. Cimon 16). He served as hípparchos around 445 BC (IG I3 511; [1. 45-49]). In the summer of 433 L., as stratēgós, was sent to Corcyra with ten ships to assist the allied island in its conflict with Corinth (Thuc. 1,45,2f.; Plut. Pericles 29; ML 61).
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Davies 8429, XIII
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Traill, PAA 600810.