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*Filo/dhmos), an Argive, was sent by Hieronymus, king of Syracuse, to Hannibal in B. C. 215, to propose an alliance. In B. C. 212, when Marcellus was besieging Syracuse, we find Philodemus governor of the fort of Euryalus, on the top of Epipolae, and this he surrendered to the Romans on condition that he and his garrison should be allowed to depart uninjured to join Epicydes in Achradina. (Plb. 7.7; Liv. 24.6, 25.25.)


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