1. [Plut.] vit. X οr. 835 D (Lvsias): διέμεινε παιδευόμενος παρὰ Tισίᾳ καὶ Νικίᾳ τοῖς Συρακοσίοις.

     Niciae nomen suspectum Spengelio (A. S. 38).

2. Sud. lex. s. v. Λυσίας: Λ. Κεφάλου, Συρακούσιος, ῥήτωρ, μαθητὴς Tισίου καὶ Νικίου.

     Inde, quae vocatur Eudocia.

3. Photius Bibl. 489 b 26 Bkk.: διέτριβεν (Lysias) ἀκροώμενος Tισίου τε καὶ Νικία τῶν Συρακουσίων.

Ex Pseudoplutarcho hausta.

4. Philod. rhet. I p. 125, 23 S.: καὶ πάλιν αὗται (αὶ τέχναι?) τῶν [παρ]ὰ τοῖς ἄλ[λ]ο[ις] ἐ[ζ]ηλωμέ[ν]ων Ε[ὐ]φ[ρά]νορος [καὶ] Νικίου [καὶ] Νικομά[χ]ου κα[ὶ Τει]σίου.

Ut in re incerta adscripsi.



1. [Plutarch], Lives of the Ten Orators: He kept being educated by the Syracusans Tisias and Nicias.

Spengel doubted the name “Nicias”.

2. Suda s.v Lysias: Lysias son of Kephalos, of Syracuse, an orator, student of Tisias and Nicias.

After this, the one called Eudocia.

3. Photius, Library: Lysias spent his time listening to the teachings of the Syracusans Nicias and Tisias.

Drawn from Pseudo-Plutarch.

4. Philodemos, On Rhetoric: … And these (treatises?) by authors much emulated by others: Euphranor, Nikias, Nikomachos and Tisias…