Tisaphernes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(or Tissaphernes) - Persian satrap, killed in 395 B.C.
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Lacedaemonians through Tissaphernes, satrap of Lydia,
had an intrigue, fled to Tissaphernes, the satrap of king
ia, made, in the room of Tissaphernes, his son Cyrus gover
taxerxes, Pharnabazus and Tissaphernes, supported by the
rsia, when he found that Tisaphernes' cavalry were continu
erritory in that region, Tisaphernes proposed a truce of
a pretence to deceive Tisaphernes; for although his exp
with provisions. Tisaphernes sent envoys there, and assu
rxes sent Tithraustes to seize Tisaphernes. He gave him
custom of the Persians.  & Tisaphernes. Tisaphernes
enophon, Anab_2.5'31] & Tisaphernes planned to attack Mil
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