Autophradates   - in ancient sources @

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  Autophradates   - Persian general, 4th century B.C.
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Nepos_14.2   himself equally valiant when Autophrodates, at the king's command,
Nepos_14.7   acting. Accordingly, he sent Autophrodates to Cappadocia. 2 To
Nepos_14.8   [8]   Although Autophrodates realised the situation, he
Polyaen_7.14.3   fought at Cyme against Autophradates, who advanced again
Polyaen_7.14.4   cut off in an ambush by Autophradates, Orontes spread a
Polyaen_7.21.6   was being closely pursued by Autophradates, he reached
Polyaen_7.26.1   rzanes was blocked up by Autophradates at Adramyttium, by
Polyaen_7.27.1-3 *   men into Adramyttium. [27] & Autophradates. Autophradate
Polyaen_7.27.2   Frontinus, Str_1.4'5] & Autophradates observed that the

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