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*Timo/laos), historical.

1. A Corinthian, who was bribed by Timocrates, when the latter was sent to Greece by Tithraustes to gain over as many of the Greeks as he could, to take the side of the Persians against Agesilaus. We find him soon after in a congress, held at Corinth, of the states that were leagued against Sparta. A speech of his on the occasion is reported by Xenophon. (Xen. Hell. 3.5.1, 4.2.11; Paus. 3.9.8.)

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