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Eubo'tas

*Eu)bw/tas), a Cyrenaean, who gained a victory in the foot-race in Ol. XCIII. (B. C. 408), and in the chariot-race in 01. CIV. (B. C. 364). There is considerable doubt as to the name. Diodorus calls him Εὔβατος, Xenophon Εὐβότας ; nor is it quite clear whether Pausanias, where he mentions him, speaks of two victories gained at different Olympiads, or of a double victory gained on the second occasion. (Paus. 6.8.3, 4.2; Diod. 13.68; Xen. Hell. 1.2.1.)

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