(Θέρσιππος; Thérsippos). Participant in Alexander  the Great's campaign. Alexander sent him from Marathus to Darius  in 333/2 with a reply to his first offer of peace (Arr. An. 2,14,4; Curt. 4,1,14); perhaps identical with the T. who after Alexander's death is honoured in a decree by the Nesiotae  (OGIS 4) (see [1. vol. 1,369; vol. 2.2,376]).
1 G. A. Droysen, Gesch. des Hellenismus, 3 vols., 21877/8 (reprint of this ed. 1952/3, ed. by E. Bayer, 1980)
2 Berve, No. 368
3 E. Poddighe, Il decreto dell'isola di Nes…