There are two heroes of this name, of whom one is a locrian, while the other belongs to Salamis.
He was a native of Himera in Sicily, but possibly a locrian by descent.
The fact that the Hypo-dorian or locrian species was also called Common is a further argument to the same purpose.
Aias, the son of Telamon, is clearly a 'doublet' of the locrian Aias; and so forth.
The locrian virgins began to be sent there, as was the custom every year, a short time afterwards.
Echecrates seems to have been the locrian philosopher to whom Plato is believed to have gone for some of his early instruction.
The locrian dialect of Greek is little known, but resembles that of Elis: it has στ for σθ; uses α; and has οις in dat.
But the son of Oileus, leading an equal number of locrian ships, came, having left the Thronian city.
The locrian virgins were sent there when the Persians were masters of the country.
The locrian law limited the number of guests, and the Fannian law the expense, at festivals.