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Ξενοκλῆς), a Spartan, was one of those who, under Herippidas, were sent out to supersede Lysander and his colleagues as counsellors to Agesilaus in his Asiatic expedition, B. C. 395. On his arrival, Xenocles with one other officer was appointed by the king to the command of the cavalry. When Agesilaus, having been recalled to Greece, in B. C. 394, was on his march through Thessaly, he sent Xenocles and Scythes to Larissa to propose terms of peace; but the Larissaeans arrested the two envoys, who however were soon restored under a treaty. (Xen. Hell. 3.4.20; Diod. 14.80; Plut. Ages. 16.


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