), is name with Tissaphernes and the sons of Pharnaces, as contracting parties to the third treaty between Sparta and Persia, and must therefore have been at that time (B. C. 412) an important person in Asia Minor. (Thuc. 8.58
He is probably the same who is said to have married a sister of Dareius, and whose sons, Autoboesaces and Mitracus, were killed by Cyrus the Younger, for having failed to show to himn a mark of respect usually paid to the king only.
The complaint of the parents to Dareius was in part the reason of the recall of Cyrus, B. C. 406. (Xen. Hell. 2.1.9