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Πολυάνθης), a Corinthian, who commanded a Peloponnesian fleet, with which he fought an indecisive battle against the Athenian fleet under Diphilus in the gulf of Corinth in B. C. 413. (Thuc. 7.34.) He is again mentioned in B. C. 395, as one of the leading men in Corinth, who received money from Timocrates the Rhodian, whom the satrap Tithraustes sent into Greece in order to bribe the chief men in the different Greek states to make war upon Sparta, and thus necessitate tate the recal of Agesilaus from his victorious career in Asia (Xen. Hell. 3.5.1; Paus. 3.9.8).

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