(Ξενομήδης/Xenomḗdēs) of Ceos. Logographer of the 5th cent. BC (Dion. Hal. de Thucydide 5). Author of a history of his home island (title unknown!), from which Callimachus  (Aetia 3, fr. 75 Pfeiffer) took the famous story of Acontius and Cydippe . Other themes treated by X. are mentioned by Callimachus (fr. 75,54-77, also ). X. may also have been used by Aristotle  for his Keíōn politeía (fr. 511 Rose, cf. also 611,26-29).
1 G. Huxley, Xenomedes of Keos, in: GRBS 6, 1965, 235-245.
FGrH 442 with comm.