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1. Called by Arrian (Arr. Anab. 7.14) Glaucias (Γλαυκίας), the name of the physician who attended on Hephaestion at the time of his death, B. C. 325, and who is said the to have been either crucified or hanged by Alexander, for his ill success in treating him. (Plut. Alex. 100.72.)

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