- According to Dictys Cretensis, Meges fell at Troy.
- This Asius survives the Iliad, but Dictys Cretensis says he was slain by Ajax.
- Dictys Cretensis ( 4.22 ) added Thymoetes to the list of Laomedon's children.
- Dictys Cretensis mentions three more children of Cycnus : two sons, Cobis and Corianus, and a daughter Glauce.
- Finally there are two pseudo-chronicles written in Latin that passed under the names of Dictys Cretensis and Dares Phrygius.
- Finally, there is one version, by Dictys Cretensis in which Achilles himself dies at Thymbra, ambushed by Paris, who draws him there promising Polyxena as wife in exchange for his defection to the Trojans.
- Together with the similar work of Dictys Cretensis ( with which it is generally printed ), the " De excidio " forms the chief source for the numerous medieval accounts of the Trojan legend, the so-called Matter of Troy.
- In the 4th century AD, a Roman called Q . Septimius published " Dictys Cretensis Ephemeridos belli Trojani ", purporting to be a translation by Lucius Septimius of a chronicle of the Trojan War by Dictys of Crete, the companion of Idomeneus during the Trojan War.
- In the 4th century AD a certain Q . Septimius brought out " Dictys Cretensis Ephemeris belli Trojani ", ( " Dictys of Crete, chronicle of the Trojan War " ) in six books, a work that professed to be a Latin translation of the Romance literature of the Middle Ages.