(Ἰχθύας; Ichthýas). Pupil of Euclides  of Megara, 4th cent. BC, member of the Megarian School; eponymous character in a dialogue of Diogenes  of Sinope. I. is usually identified with the man called in the MSS Icthydias or Ychtyas, who lost his life in an uprising against his home town (Megara?) (Tert. Apol. 46,16).
1 K. Döring, Die Megariker, 1972, 15, 91-94, 100-101
2 SSR II H.
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Döring, Klaus (Bamberg),
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