Athenian, 4th cent. BC
Son of Cephisodorus from the Anagyrus deme, Athenian, brother of Meidias  (Dem. Or. 21,78; 28,17); in 363 BC he forced Demosthenes  into a costly trierarchia with an antidosis action; he was himself a triḗrarchos, probably as early as 361 (Ps.-Dem. Or. 50,52) yet before 325/4 (IG II2 1629d,753 f.; 1631b,121 f.). A dedication to Amphiaraus 338-330 BC is preserved epigraphically (SEG 15,285); PA 7347; Davies 385 f.