Ancilla to the Pre-Socratic Philosophers, by Kathleen Freeman, , at sacred-texts.com
Archelâus of Athens was in his prime about 450 B.C.
He is credited with a prose work called Physiologia, and an elegiac poem of condolence for Cimon.
1. (Reference by Plutarch to his Elegies written for Cimon on the death of his wife Isodicê).
1a. The cold is a bond.