[German version] (Οἰνιάδης;
Oiniádēs). Aulos player and dithyrambic poet from Thebes. IG II2 3064 records his victory in the aulos competition at Athens in 384/3. His father, Pronomus, was probably the famous
aulētḗs in Paus. 4,27,7; 9,12,5; Anth. Plan. 16,28,2. Didymus  mentions O. as one of three poets to compose a dithyramb entitled
Cyclops (840 PMG). Robbins, Emmet (Toronto) Bibliography D.A. Campbell, Greek Lyric 5, 1993, 208 H. Reimann, s.v. O., RE Suppl. 8, 369 D.F. Sutton, Dithyrambographi Graeci, 1989, 38F1.