- I.PROXENUSBoeotus, magnâ apud Thebanos auctoritate et rei bellicae experientiâ; hospes Xenophontis, captus a Tissapherne. Vide Polyaen. l. 7. c. 18. §. 1.II.PROXENUSCommentar. fecit de Republ. Lacedaemon. teste Athenaeô, l. 6. Item de Siculis itineribus, cuius primum citat Steph. in. Γέλα.
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