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*)/Arxippos), an Achaean, who accompanied Andronidas to Diaeus, the commander of the Achaeans, to offer peace from the Romans, B. C. 146. He was seized by Diaeus, but released upon the payment of forty minae. (Plb. 40.5, comp. 100.4, init.) There was another Archippus. an Achaean, who expelled the garrison of Nabis from Argos, B. C. 194. (Liv. 34.40.)

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