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Lycome'des

Λυκομήδης).

1. An Athenian, son of Aeschreas, was the first Greek who captured a Persian ship at Artemisium, in B. C. 480, on which occasion he gained the prize of valour. (Her. 8.11.) He was perhaps the same as the father of the Athenian general Archestratus, mentioned by Thucydides (1.57). Lycomedes was also the name of the father of Cleomedes, one oh' the Athenian commanders against Melos in B. C. 416. (Thuc. 5.84.)

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