Anaxandrides, was an Athenian Middle Comic poet. He was victorious ten times, first in 376, according to the Marmor Parium. Inscriptional evidence shows that three of his victories came at the Lenaia, so the other seven must have been at the City Dionysia, including in 375, when he also took third at the Lenaia. A substantial fragment of his complete competitive record survives in IG Urb. Rom. 218. He wrote 65 plays, and his career continued into the early 340s. He was probably from the city of Camirus on Rhodes, although the Suda reports that "according to some authorities" he was from Colophon. The Suda also reports that Anaxandrides was "the first to introduce love-affairs and rapes of girls".