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But factions arose among the Molossians, and expelling Aeacides they brought into power the sons of Neoptolemus.1 The friends of Aeacides were then seized and put to death, but Pyrrhus, who was still a babe and was sought for by the enemy, was stolen away by Androcleides and Angelus, who took to flight. However, they were obliged to take along with them a few servants, and women for the nursing of the child,

1 A brother of Arybas, and therefore uncle of Aeacides.

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