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Τιρίβαζος). A satrap of Armenia in 401, who dogged the retreat of the Ten Thousand Greeks, but without success (Xen. Anab. iv. 4, Xen. Anab. vii. 8; Diod. xiv. 27). He succeeded Tithraustes as satrap of Western Asia, and favoured the views of Antalcidas. In 386 he commanded the expedition against Evagoras. Some time afterwards he conspired against Artaxerxes II., and was put to death (Artax. 29).

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