Datames   - in ancient sources @

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  Datames   - son of Camissares; Persian general, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Nepos_14.1   [1]   Datames, son of Camisares, a Carian
Nepos_14.3   [3]   Datames took pains to prevent the
Nepos_14.4   [4]   While Datames was busily engaged in organising
Nepos_14.5   an errand, thinking that Datames had not yet started,
Nepos_14.6   deserted to the enemy. When Datames heard of this, he knew
Polyaen_7.21.1-7 *   ity to get rid of them. [21] & Datames. When Datames was
Polyaen_7.29.1   Mithridates. After Datames had revolted, the king order

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