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Σκιρωνίδης), an Athenian, was joined with Phrynichus and Onomacles in the command of an Athenian and Argive force, which was sent out to the coast of Asia Minor in B. C. 412. After a successful engagement with the Milesians, they prepared to besiege Miletus; but, on the arrival of a Peloponnesian and Sicilian fleet, they sailed away to Samos, by the advice of Phrynichus. without risking a battle In the same year Scironides was one of the generals left at Samos, while Strombichides, with two colleagues, proceeded to act against Chios: but, in B. C. 411, Peisander induced the Athenians to recall Phrynichus and Scironides, and to transfer the command at Samos to Leon and Diomedon. (Thuc. 8.25-27, 30, 54.)


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