Heraclides or Heracleides (Greek: Ἡρακλείδης) was a Macedonian painter, who was at first merely a marine painter of sea and ships, but afterwards acquired some distinction as a painter in encaustic. He lived in the time of Perseus, after whose fall he went to Athens (168 BC).
- 4 Heraclides artists Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.
- Pliny the Elder, Natural History xxxv. 11. s. 40. §§ 30, 42.
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