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or AMPHI'DAMUS (Ἀμφιδάμας, Ἀμφίδαμος), general of the Eleans in B. C. 218, was taken prisoner by Philip, king of Macedonia, and carried to Olympia, but was set at liberty on his undertaking to bring over his countrymen to Philip's side. But not succeeding in his attempt, he went back to Philip, and is spoken of as defending Aratus against the charges of Apelles. (Plb. 4.75, 84, 86.)

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