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Adeimantus of Corinth
also called Adeimantos

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  1. was a Greek commander at the Battle of Salamis in 480 BC

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  2. (Gr. Αδείμαντος), son of Ocytus, was the Corinthian commander during the invasion of Greece by Xerxes

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  3. Before the Battle of Artemisium (480 BC) he threatened to sail away, but was bribed by Themistocles to remain

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  4. opposed Themistocles with great insolence in the council which the commanders held before the Battle of Salamis (also 480 BC)

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  5. According to the Athenians he took to flight at the very commencement of the battle, but this was denied by the Corinthians and the other Greeks

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