Politician of the Hellenistic period
Son of Leontiscus, from Alexandria, próxenos ( proxenía ) of Siphnus (IG XII Suppl. p. 111) c. 278/270 BC, presumably father of P. . A P. from Samos is honoured in 264 as próxenos of Olus, but this identification is rather improbable [1. 196 note 2]. PP VI 14941.
1 Robert, OMS 1.
R.S. Bagnall, The Administration of the Ptolemaic Possessions outside Egypt, 1976, 146.