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*Timago/ras), historical.

1. A Tegean, was one of the ambassadors who were sent, in B. C. 430, to ask the king of Persia to aid the Peloponnesians against Athens. On their way through Thrace they were seized by SADOCUS at the instigation of the Athenian envoys at the court of Sitalces, and, having been taken to Athens, were there put to death. (Thuc. 2.67.)

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