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Ty'deus

2. An Athenian, was one of the three additional generals who were appointed B. C. 405 to share the command of the fleet with Conon, Philocles, and Adeimantus. Tydeus and Menander, one of his colleagues, are particularly mentioned by Xenophon as contemptuously rejecting the advice of Alcibiades before the battle of Aegos-potami in the same year; and we find in Pausanias that he and Adeimantus were suspected by their countrymen of having been bribed by Lysander. He was put to death by the Spartans, as we may conclude, after the battle, together with the other Athenian prisoners. (Xen. Hell. 2.1. ยงยง 16, 26; Paus. 10.9.) [ADEIMANTUS.]

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