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*Strou/qas), a Persian, was sent by Attaxerxes II. (Mnemon), in B. C. 392, to supersede Tiribazus in the satrapy of Western Asia. Recollecting the successful Asiatic campaigns of Agesilaus, Struthas had a strong conviction of the formidable power of the Spartans, and therefore on his arrival took part warmly with the Athenians. The Lacedaemonian government sent out Thibron to act against him; but this officer suffered himself to be surprised by Struthas, and was slain in an engagement in which his army was defeated by the Persians. Diphridas was then despatched to take the command of the Spartan forces, and was more successful in his operations against Struthas. [DIPHRIDAS.] (Xen. hell. 4.8. §§ 17-21.) By the year 388 B. C. we find Tiribazus again in possession of his satrapy. (Xen. Hell. 5.1.6.)


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