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date: 20 January 2018

Lydiadas, son of Eudamus, of Megalopolis (d. 227bce). Reputedly commanded troops against Sparta (251bce) (but see Pretzler), later (c.244bce) became tyrant of Megalopolis. Under threat from the ... More

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