Tisaphernes   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Tisaphernes   (or Tissaphernes) - Persian satrap, killed in 395 B.C.
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Athen_11.505   staff at the hands of Tissaphernes, and he plainly describes what
Just_5.1   Lacedaemonians through Tissaphernes, satrap of Lydia,
Just_5.2   had an intrigue, fled to Tissaphernes, the satrap of king
Just_5.5   ia, made, in the room of Tissaphernes, his son Cyrus gover
Just_6.1   taxerxes, Pharnabazus and Tissaphernes, supported by the
Nepos_7.5   he took refuge with Tissaphernes, one of the prefects
Nepos_9.2   especially influenced by Tissaphernes, one of Artaxerxes'
Nepos_9.3   [3]   Tissaphernes had revolted from the king,
Nepos_9.4   him that he pronounced Tissaphernes an enemy and commissioned
Nepos_17.2   his arrival became known to Tissaphernes, who then held the chief
Nepos_17.3   he would march upon Sardis, Tissaphernes, as before, thought that it
Oros_2.15   hatred of Athens, employed Tissaphernes, the prefect of Lydia,
Oros_2.16   of Lydia to succeed Tissaphernes, also strengthened the forces
Oros_3.1   fight against Pharnabazus and Tissaphernes, two of the most
Polyaen_1.49.1   rsia, when he found that Tisaphernes' cavalry were continu
Polyaen_2.1.8   erritory in that region, Tisaphernes proposed a truce of
Polyaen_2.1.9   a pretence to deceive Tisaphernes; for although his exp
Polyaen_2.2.2   with provisions. Tisaphernes sent envoys there, and assu
Polyaen_7.16.1   rxes sent Tithraustes to seize Tisaphernes. He gave him
Polyaen_7.18.1   custom of the Persians. [18] & Tisaphernes. Tisaphernes
Polyaen_7.18.2   enophon, Anab_2.5'31] & Tisaphernes planned to attack Mil


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