Historical Figure
Nationality: Athens
Date of Birth: 5th century BC
Date of Death: Unknown
Religion: Greek pantheon
Occupation: Politicians
Fictional Appearances:
"The Daimon"
POD: 415 BCE
Type of Appearance: Direct
Androkles was an Athenian politician and opponent of Alcibiades, actively seeking his recall from the Sicilian campaign during the Peloponnesian War. Aside from this, however, his role in history seems generally minor.

Androkles in "The Daimon"Edit

Androkles was an Athenian statesman and opponent of Alkibiades. He arranged for Alkibiades to be charged with heresy. However, after Alkibiades defeated Syracuse and Sparta, he had substantial support from his military for the conquest of Athens. Alkibiades personally captured Androkles and his co-conspirator, Thettalos. They surrendered rather than fight, and Alkibiades spared them.[1]


  1. See e.g.: Atlantis and Other Places, pgs. 193-195, HC.