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1. One of the ten στοατηγοί who were appointed to supersede Alcibiades in the command of the Athenian fleet after the battle of Notium, B. C. 407. Xenophon and Diodorus, who give us his name in this list, say no more of him; but we learn from Lysias that he died at Mytilene, and he appears therefore to have been with Conon when Callicratidas chased the Athenian fleet thither from Ἐκατόννησοι (Xen. Hell. 1.5.16; Diod. 13.74, 77, 78; Lys. Ἀπολ. δωροδ. p. 162; Schn. ad Xen. Hell. 1.6.16; Thirlwall's Greece, vol. iv. p. 119, note 3.)

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    • Diodorus, Historical Library, 13.77
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