Lamăchus in Harpers Dictionary of Classical Antiquities
（Λάμαχος). An Athenian, the colleague of Alcibiades and Nicias in the great Sicilian Expedition, B.C. 415. He fell under the walls of Syracuse, in a sally of the besieged. In Aristophanes he is represented as a brave but blustering soldier (Acharn. 565, etc.).