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*Sa/molas), an Achaean, was one of the three commissioners who were sent by the Cyrean Greeks from Cotyora to Sinope, in B. C. 400, for ships to convey the army to Heracleia. (Xen. Anab. 5.6.14, 6.1.14.) Not long after, when the Greeks were at Calpe, we find Samolas commanding a division of the reserve in the successful engagement with the allied troops of the Bithynians and Pharnabazus. (Xen. Anab. 6.5.11.)


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