), an officer in the service of Alexander
, who, together with Cleander and Sitalces, succeeded to the command of the army in Media, which had previously been under the orders of Parmenion, when the latter was put to death by order of Alexander
, B. C. 330.
In common with many others of the Macedonian governors, he permitted himself many excesses during the absence of Alexander
in the remote provinces of the East: among others he plundered a temple at Susa, noted for its wealth, on which charge he was put to death by Alexander
after his return from India, B. C. 325. (Arrian, Arr. Anab. 6.27
. §§ 8, 12; Curt. 10.1