Taxiles   - in ancient sources @

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  Taxiles   - an Indian king at the time of Alexander the Great
Wikipedia entry
Arrian:Fr_9   the river Hydaspes to Taxiles the Indian, for it would
Hieron:Chron_1690   war in India against Porus and Taxiles. 113.3 . [1691] [16
Just_13.4   the rivers Hydaspes and Indus, Taxiles received. 21 To the
Oros_3.23   Alexander, kept their posts. Taxiles received the Seres who
Plut:Mor_181   his reputation. & Taxiles, one of the Indian kings, met
PsCallisth_3.33   long the river Hydaspes, Taxiles, and of the part stretchi

  Taxiles 2   - a general of Mithridates
Wikipedia entry
86/24 Arcathias and Taxiles, the generals of Mithridates, overrun Macedon
86/28 Archelaus joins up with Taxiles' army and faces Sulla near Elateia.
    Within translations:
Memn_22 desperate trouble, if Taxiles had not captured Amphipol
Memn_24 ompanied by the generals Taxiles, Diophantus and Menander,
Memn_29 ious army, with Diophantus and Taxiles as their generals.

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