Thibron   - in ancient sources @

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  Thibron   of Sparta - the leader of the Greek forces in Ionia, 400 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Polyaen_2.19.1 disbanded their army. [19] & Thibron. When Thibron was
Polyaen_6.10.1 Then he gave up his command to Thibron, and left the count

  Thibron 2   of Sparta - an officer of Harpalus, who attacked Cyrene in 322 B.C.
324/31 palus is murdered in Crete, and Thibron takes control of his forces.
323/9 Thibron attacks Cyrene and forces the city to come to terms.
322/5 Thibron attacks Cyrene with an army of mercenaries.
322/14 general of Ptolemy, defeats Thibron and gains control of Cyrene
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_9 fled to Athens, was slain by Thibron the Lacedaemonian.

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