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Thrasy Bu'lus

5. An Athenian, a native of the deme Colyttus, was one of the companions of Thrasybulus the Steirian at Phyle and Peiraeus. In B. C. 388 he was in command of eight ships off the coast of Thrace. We learn that nevertheless he was twice condemned and thrown into prison. (Xen. Hell. 5.1.26; Demosth. ad v. Timocr. p. 742.)

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