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Pharanda'tes

Φαρανδάτης a Persian, son of Teaspes, commanded the Marians and Colchians in the expedition of Xerxes against Greece. (Her. 7.79.) He is mentioned again by Herodotus (9.76), as having carried off by violence a woman of Cos, and made her his concubine. She was rescued by the Greeks after the battle of Plataea.

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