Of Athens, 4th cent. BC
Athenian, son of Charidemus of the Oion deme, relative and part heir of the wealthy Hagnias. After S.' death (c. 360 BC), there was a legal dispute between his brother Theopompus and the guardian of his son for half of the Hagnias legacy (Isaeus 11).
Blass 2, 565-570
A. Schäfer, Demosthenes und seine Zeit (Beilagen), 1858, 229-236