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*)Epo/killos), a Macedenian, was commissioned by Alexander, in B. C. 330, to conduct as many of the Thessalian cavalry and of the other allied troops as wished to return home, as far as the sea-coast, where Menes was desired to make arrangements for their passage to Euboea. In B. C. 328, when Alexander was in winter quarters at Nautaca, he sent Epocillus with Sopolis and Menidas to bring reinforcements from Macedonia. (Arr. Anab. 3.19, 4.18.)


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