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2. A Syraeusan, who was sent out by his countrymen with a fleet to repress the piracies of the Tyrrhenians, B. C. 453; but after laying waste the island of Aethalia, he suffered himself to be bribed by the enemy, and remained inactive; on which accoulit after his return to Syracuse he was condemned and driven into exile. (Diod. 11.83.)

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