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2. A citizen of Cyzicus, and son of Athenagoras. Having been driven into exile by his political opponents of the democratic party, he took refuge at the court of Pharnabazus, the satrap of the Persian provinces near the Hellespont, by whom he was sent to Lacedaemon, in B. C. 412, to urge that a fleet should be despatched to support the Greek cities in his satrapy in their intended revolt from Athens. (Thuc. 8.6, 39.) [PHARNABAZUS, No. 2.]

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