), a Syracusan, commanded the body of auxiliaries which Dionysius I. sent, for the second time, to the aid of Sparta. (S. C. 367.)
He assisted Archidamus in his successful attack on Caryae, and in his expedition against Arcadia in the same year.
But during the campaign in Arcadia he left him, as the period fixed for his stay by Dionysius had now expired. On his march towards Laconia he was intercepted by a body of Messenians, and was obliged to send to Archidamus for assistance.
The prince having joined him with his forces, they changed their route, but were again intercepted by the combined troops of the Arcadians and Argives.
The result was, the defeat of the latter in that which has been called the " Tearless Battle." (Xen. Hell. 7.1
. §§ 28-32; see p. 267. b.)