), a Persian, was satrap of Egypt under Dareius III., and was slain at the battle of Issus, in B. C. 333 (Arr. Anab. 2.11
; Curt. 3.8
The name is otherwise written Sataces and Sathaces, and it occurs as Tasiaces in Diod. 17.34
, according to the common reading. (Wess. ad loc.;
Freinsh. ad Curt. ll. cc.