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  Pharnabazus   - the Persian satrap of Phrygia, late 5th cenutry B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_12.535   when he was staying with Pharnabazus, he put on a Persian
Athen_13.570   ier get access to & The satrap Pharnabazus. But at present
Athen_13.574   verwhelmed by the treachery of Pharnabazus. And we ourselv
Just_5.4   & Mindarus and Pharnabazus, the leaders of the Lacedae
Just_6.1   satraps of Artaxerxes, Pharnabazus and Tissaphernes, supp
Nepos_6.4   mention what was done by Pharnabazus, satrap of the king. **
Nepos_7.9   took refuge in Asia with Pharnabazus, whom he so captivated by
Nepos_7.10   Pharnabazus therefore sent Susamithres and Bagaeus
Nepos_9.2   So he went to Pharnabazus, satrap of Ionia and
Nepos_9.3   sent to the king by Pharnabazus and as soon as he
Nepos_9.4   which he had received from Pharnabazus.
Oros_3.1   would have to fight against Pharnabazus and Tissaphernes, two of the
Philoch_144   armaments provided by Pharnabazus to inflict an overwhe
Philoch_146   sing the armaments provided by Pharnabazus. & [followed
Polyaen_1.40.9   from landing by the army of Pharnabazus. Meanwhile Alci
Polyaen_1.48.3   had been sent to assist Pharnabazus, advised the Persian
Polyaen_2.1.3   been defeated and killed by Pharnabazus. Lest the army
Polyaen_3.9.38   made war against Egypt with Pharnabazus. Because there
Polyaen_7.19.1   ersed outside the city. [19] & Pharnabazus. The Lacedaemon
Polyaen_8.54.1   usband, with the assistance of Pharnabazus. She always wen

  Pharnabazus 2   - a Persian satrap, who fought against Alexander, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Euseb]:Chron_231 Barsine the daughter of Pharnabazus, and Alexander the
Plut:Eum_7 eign horse, commanded by Pharnabazus the son of Artabazus,

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