Praxagoras of Athens
Praxagoras of Athens was a pagan historian in the early 4th century AD.
He was born in Athens and wrote three historical works, which are all lost: a history of the Kings of Athens, a history of Alexander the Great, and a panegyric biography of the emperor Constantine. A few fragments of the biography of Constantine are preserved in the Bibliotheca of Photius (cod. 62).
Dindorf's 1870 Minor Greek Historians Praxagoras's fragments start on page 439