Pythagoras the Spartan
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Pythagoras, or Pythagoras the Spartan (Ancient Greek: Πυθαγόρας), was a mercenary Greek Admiral hired to command the first fleet of Cyrus the Younger during his campaign to claim the Persian Throne during 401 BC. Pythagoras led a fleet of 35 triremes as a backup force to Cyrus's Ten Thousand hoplites and Persian troops.
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