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Μύρτων), and his son NICANOR (Νικάνωρ), were men of weight and influence in Epeirus, and are mentioned by Polybius (who bears testimony at the same time to their previous high character for uprightness) as having lent themselves to abet the cruel and oppressive conduct of CHAROPS [No. 2]. Charops was aaccoipanied by Myrton, when he went to Rome to endeavour to obtain the senate's confirmation of his proceedings. (Plb. 32.21, 22.)


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