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Ἀριαπείθης), a king of the Scythians, the father of Scyles, was treacherously killed by Spargapeithes, the king of the Agathyrsi. Ariapeithes was a contemporary of Herodotus, for he tells us that he had from Tinines, the guardian of Ariapeithes, an account of the family of Anacharsis. (Hdt. 4.76, 78.)

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