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Phano'sthenes

Φανοσθένης) an Andrian, was entrusted by the Athenians, in B. C. 407, with the command of four ships, and was sent to Andros to succeed Conon on that station. On his way, he fell in with two Thurian gallies, under the coinmmand of Dorieus, and captured them with their crews. (Xen. Hell. i. 5. 18, 19 Plat. Ion. p. 5411; Ael. VH 14.5; Ath. xi. p. 506a.; see above, vol. i. pp. 233, b. 1067, a.)

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