Ăristŏnīcus, i, m., = Ἀριστόνικος.
- I. A son of Eumenes II., king of Pergamus, who carried on war with the Romans, but was conquered by the consul M. Perpenna, and slain in prison, Flor. 2, 20; Vell. 2, 4; Just. 36, 4; Eutr. 4, 9.
- II. Tyrant of Methymnœ in Lesbos, Curt. 4, 5 sqq.