(Ἀλεξαμενός; Alexamenós). From Calydon, strategos of the Aetolians 197/6 BC, organized at the bidding of Flamininus the murder of Brachylles (Pol. 18,43,11) [1. 56]. He was supposed to topple the regime in Sparta in 192 and murdered Nabis, but, intent on looting, neglected the new political order and was killed (Liv. 35,35,7-35,9), so that Sparta entered the Achaean League [1. 73; 2. 77].
1 J. Deininger, Der polit. Widerstand gegen Rom in Griechenland, 1971
2 P. Cartledge, A. Spawforth, Hellenistic and Roman…