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Ξανθικλῆς), an Achaean, was chosen to be one of the generals of the Cyrean Greeks in the place of his countryman Socrates, when the latter, with Clearchus and three other colleagues, had been treacherously arrested by Tissaphernes, B. C. 401. When the army had reached Cotyora, a court was held to inquire into the conduct of the generals, and Xanthicles was one of those who were fined for a deficiency in the cargoes of the ships, which had brought the soldiers from Trapezus, and of which he was a commissioner. (Xen. Anab. 3.1.47, 5.8.1.)


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