Aeschylus (Gr. ) of Alexandria was an epic poet who must have lived before the end of the 2nd century, and whom Athenaeus calls a well-informed man. One of his poems bore the title "Amphitryon," and another "Messeniaca." A fragment of the former is preserved in Athenaeus.Athenaeus, xiii. p. 599 According to Zenobius,Zenobius, v. 85 he had also written a work on proverbs.